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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 20 May 1909

Jammad V. Said to Be Broad in His Views. * Experience in Government, Says Consul-General at New ^k, But His Sound Sense Will Guide Him. York.—Pretty nearly every- New York that knows any- about Mehemraed-Reschad Ef- the prisoner of the Ylldiz Kiosk, as suddenly found himself ele- to the position of sultan of the an empire, were assembled the afternoon in the editorial rooms Syrian newspaper A1 Hoda. rere were Reouf Ahmed, the first 'retary of the Turkish legation in ashlngton, who has been acting con- sui-geoeral in New York since Mundji Bpv departed under a cloud some r iggo; M. A Mokarzen, the editor Jr'$PL> himself a Syrian; two rep- ^^pVes of the Syrian society of and two of the most vigor- Bents of the Young Turks in y The consul-general gave a 5C'fc ^JT little for publication. j sultan has of course b,id <4ence in diplomacy or the government," said the acting consul-general. "He has been prisoner in the Yildiz Kiosk Abdul llamid succeeded to the Obtained Through Proper A...

Publication Title: Conroe Courier
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 20 May 1909

. v..' 4V ' Tz Personals and Matters of Interest In Town and Country • J. M. Musgrove of Timber, fiaturday evening in the city. suent f J. Llewellyn and Banks Griffith spent> On account of a freight wreck at " i _ • t. 4 Tiioeil'iu innminor Friday in Montgomery on business, Uncle Pete West has some very fine ] Gee! but its warm! Lets go to The Jbt^nd bUckberryw.no tor * $2.00 per gallon. Leave orders at the saloon. Hotae grown Bermuda onions for sale at Hopper ft Co's Miss Oi'a Ford of Willis, spent a few days wtih Mrs. Hulon N. Anderson last week, S or 6 doses" '-666" will cure any case of Chills and Fever. 25c. X Miss Maud Talley of Keenan, spent Thursday in the city with friends. cream soda for ten cents, they are so refreshing and their's are big ones too. Hon. A. L. Kayser was a business visitor to Keenan Friday. X-Ray Mineral Water, Natures reme- dy for bad stomach, 35c per half gal- on battle, at The Corner Drug Store. W. C. Whitehead, the hustling real estate dealer of Mo...

Publication Title: Conroe Courier
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 7 October 1909

/I |r Wc bought 500 VOL. 16 MARY rken Rice, while it lasts, 40 pounds for 511.00 McKibbin f Cbe Conroc C0NR0E. TEXAS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 7. W09 mm DNT^AND VALUATIONS TAXES IN THE COUNTY \List of 1£ Ta* Payers of Montgomery County Who Pay Taxes on Property Valued at S 2,ooo.oO and flore. AcWs Ir tendered 68"),5!!' Value y ' Jvntte-iwf $4,300,575 V-jluo > i property 867,550 N'um(/ horses rendered 4,697 Va|u/">raes rendered 260,755 Nm**' ca.tle rendered 20,524 V'ali oattle rendered 162,850 Nu/ber jacks rendered 12 Vjde jacks rendered 625 N#jber shut p rendered 610 Vfie *heep rendered i>pnber jtoata rendered 2,260 ylue goats endered Amber hogs rendered 9,705, iilue hogs rendered /umber dogs rendered 1,197 /alue dogs rendered SUr^tir wagons rendered 1.K43 /alue wagons rendered {Value merchandise rendereil.... 162.490 Value inanufaetnrinp articles... 98,600 Value tools, implements, etc 172,055 Value steam engine*, etc,... . 105,380 Value money rendered as banks 63,800 Value broker...

Publication Title: Conroe Courier
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 7 October 1909

UEN .lohn d : worth i Whj twang oauk: only -Dd the 'k, , who brought n« how to 4o It—I ^ if a foreigner catch on efore. I gave bli — ttle quarters they ha' ( so pleased that he i say 'Joan of Are' I Shondark- -Shon n no. time. Well. 1're been i, oh? And bottom to t balmy. by Isn't It big, and Isn't It _ lu look up in that roof? an -?n spite of myself; but, g solemn is no use: what ;o do Is to find some oae to big Iron gates, for the most to see Is In bark there. Ed- ik that man how we can gut me other man- Well, what Said to ask the Swiss, did t does lie mean by that? Is It can't they trust a French- thelr old relics? I've been In Japanese banks they al- ve to have a Chinaman to lian- money, and maybe It's equally lng In a French cathedral to have 8i4lss look alter the relics. But the guldAbook never said a word about a 8wlss\lt said "fee,' and I've got my pocket \tll of them. "Well, where can we get a Swiss? should thlt,'- he'd be more handy than he appears,'to be. There's another ...

Publication Title: Conroe Courier
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 7 October 1909

V TOS1Y Of A MOSQUITO A NURSE'S EXPERIENCE. Backache, Pains in the Kidneys, Bloat- ing, Etc., Overcome. A nurse is expected to know what to do for common ailments, and wom- en who suffer back- ache, constant lan- guor, and other com- mon symptoms of kidney complaint, should be grnteful to Mrs. Minnie Turner, of E. B. St.; Ana- darko, Okla., for pointing out the way to find quick relief. Mrs. Turner used Doan's Kidney Pills for a run down con- dition, backache, pains in the sides and kidneys, bloated limbs, etc. "The way they have built me up is simply mar- velous," says Mrs. Turner, who is a nurse. "My health improved rapidly. Five boxes did so much for me I am telling everybody about it." Remember the name—Doan's. Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foster- Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. HAVING FUN WITH A L. Practical More Appreciated'toy ' Than the Victim. ^ UlE scientists in the service ■ of the United States and the I states which are waging war I on the mosquito have discov- ered...

Publication Title: Conroe Courier
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 7 October 1909

H' K las fi.aut el sew HI Buster Brown Blue Ribbon School Shoes for Boys and Girls, the kind that wear and last. Cadet Hose A Stocking with a genu- ine linen heel and' toe. Merely a hint of the ex- cellent Hosiery await- ing you at this store. in Fashioiv's a place where shoppers love to linger. The more you know about the kiore certain you are to come here when you make up your mind to buy. That Nev/ Hat We sell you will look like it was made for you and not some one else. We show such an array of New Styles that every man can be fitted here. No-Name Hats $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 ; the best hat on earth for the money. John B. Stetson the hat that is known and worn the world o'er Bet in the "Well-dressed Circle Wear c-cViwab Clothes A GOOD many men prefer clothes that are distinctly different in style. We are prepared to please such men. We illustrate above the front and back view of one of these distinctive Schwab models for this Fall. They're mighty pretty suits—the newest out. $15, $2...

Publication Title: Conroe Courier
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 7 October 1909

M RAILROAD TIME CARD NORTH I. & G. N. FOl'TH No. 2, m. No. 3,12:53 p.ra No. 4, 5..i6 p. m. No. 5, 3.25 h. m BAST 6. C. & S. F. WEST No. 217, 7.00 a. m. No. 218, 9.12 p m No. 205, 11 p. m. No. 206. 6.00 a. in News Happenings We defy competition. Wolf. Do you need u nice hair brush? K° to Sam Hailey. | We are still paying 25c! ®®®®®®®®® ®®®®®®®® ®®®®®®®® ®®&®® ®®®®®®®®®®®®®&®®® ®®®®®®Wm per dozen for fresh eggs ! and 35c for chickens. The © spot cash money every *** time. Everett. Cash Qroc. Co. Evei^tVjng the painter needs at S. K. Haileys. Commissioners Court meets next Monday. Oct. 11. ; © Foley's Cream is excellent for j @ happed hands and face. '25o at. ® ® Your patronage is always apprecia- ted. Wolf. Do you need a nice clothes brush? (Jo to S. K. Hail ay'a. Quality always at my store. 11. Colin. llube Simonton is able to ! _• np once more, after a spell 0' i<• U- ness (fesl'.i'g several days. The Corner Drug Store The protracted meeting closed at tlio Baptist...

Publication Title: Conroe Courier
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 7 October 1909

W CO. AND COST Of. LIVING. of cheaper living, based cropa, must be taken with n. We are not confronted - problem of two-dollar wheat, i Mr. Patten probably did not ex- en ho waa predicting It last ■ prediction served his Qirably. Instead of ship- ato Chicago a«J breaking cat—the sort of thing that i nearly every predecessor B's "bull'" operations—the on to raelr wheat and at two-dollar quotation, ladelphla Record. The i less than a month after closed, and we now ance that the wheat 700,000,000 bushels, 736,000,000 bushels. : in Chicago for less ought to be, and aper than it has i and wool are show no dis- tort of the prices ral ateel is not a average citizen affected by ita prices are up. list, but the are atocked before the i prices are . The moat lm- ii rent, and ation that live bulld- ! belongs ovement it quarter say. But loat of and that to a cu- preaent more in n aim e diges- ts put for the ■re now postpone- of the day WWW w #<} age, who had e, baa been par- i the New Jer- n...

Publication Title: Conroe Courier
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 7 October 1909

GOOD ITEMS OF NEWS ENTIRE WEEK'S HAPPENINGS THAT ARE WORTH PASSING NOTICE. WHOLE WORLD THE FIELD Current Domestic and Foreign Newt Boiled Down to Readable and 8mal| Space. About 12:30 Friday the Progressive Lumber Company's planer, in Gilmer, burned. Cause of the fire unknown. Loss estimated at about $25,000. C. L. NVitherspoon has brought^in an excellent gas well on the Stone lease .1- Corsicana. the pressure being so strong that water is forced 100 feet above the derrick. While at work in the Drozda Gin near Hire's Crossing, Thursday, 'Cliar- ley Bryan, a young workman, nephew of \\\ B. Norman, was caught in the machinery and horribly mangled. Of the 100 carloads of piping to be distributed to the Henrietta pipe line from Decatur, fifty cars have been un- loaded and the others are arriving dally. The line crosses Sandy Creek eight times in Wise County. M. B. Laughlin, a switchman em- ployed. on the Texas and New Orleans local yard engine, fell between the cars Saturday night in Be...

Publication Title: Conroe Courier
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 7 October 1909

J was in Montgom- I'of Teddy was in the £eek on business. •V/VS. j^Reeves and wifp of Teddy, 1 were in the city WednAday. W. M. Conroe spent a few day? ru Houston this week on business. W. F. Griffin wa^Ht^Calveston Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Morrison Griffith spent several days in Houston this week. Mrs. C. M. Ljiw spent a few davs in Houston last week with friends'. ^ Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wood of Willis, were in Conroe Monday shopping. J. H. Teal, a prosperous farmer njfnear Willis, was in the city Monday on business. J. Wolfe, the popular merchant, ■was in Houston Wednesday and Thursday, Miss Mary Otie Sterrett spent several days in Houston this week. •Miss Lillie Lightsey of Bronson, spent a few days in the city this week with her uncle and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Sloan. J. B. Huddlestone, one of the (county's most successful farmers -s.tock men, was in the city \Wednesday on business. Miss Mabel Woodward lift "Wednesday for Houston where she will re-enter school. We v^Jsh Tiei '...

Publication Title: Conroe Courier
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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