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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 30 January 1913

Soliciting Your for the coming year is our aim just now. The past year has been a ban- ner one for us, and we owe it to our many customers who have helped us to make it profitable. We are looking forward to the future. We want to be your druggists again this year, and to have the pleasure of filling your many wants in our line. Our prompt delivery and courteous treatment awaits your command. Decuir-Bishop Drug Company Phone 47 or 140 Free Delivery to Any Part of the City A. F. English of Lovelady, M. D. Driskill of Palacios and J. D. By- num of Grapeland are among the number remembering the Courier since last issue. t** *£ ****** KtW t s- tfrfr | £ ocaV "Ke,\ s. § .ji Alvin Waller of Wootters spent Sunday here. All kinds of farm implements at Daniel & Burton's.—Adv. W. C. Dupuy was in Palestine Sunday and Monday. Moore & Shivers for nails, barbed wire, hog wire, staples, etc.—Adv. All kinds of wagon and plow har- ness at Daniel & Burton's.—Adv. For rent—residence street....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 30 January 1913

■ v ;w''v. ■ ' ' ■' ' 1 f'- "" " " m i!;; THE SCARRED WRIST. Qumr Drum Story Connected With the Birntord Family. For three generations the Berea- for<l family has handed down as substantially true a remarkable árcHin story which in connected with a small pocket book «nd a piece of "black ribbon in powiewtion of a mem- ber of the family. So well known and ho well authenticated was the •torv that a member of the Beroa- ford family printed for private cir- •uInt ion a short account of the facts, of which, without impugning the unccrity of his relatives, he endeav- ored to give a simple explanation. The narrative is a love story as well as a dream story. The heroine of it is Nicola Hamilton, the young wife of Sir Tristram Beresford. This young lady appeared at the breakfast table one morning very agitated and pale and with her left wrist bound with a piece of black ribbon. She replied to her hus- band's inquiries by entreating him to ask her no questions. She then «aid that her broth...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 30 January 1913

A GLIMPSE OF MONTENEGRO. Where the King May Goaaip From a Window With Hia Subjects. Once over the mountain and across the Montenegrin frontier, the first impression is that of the absolute desolation of the country. Nothing but bleak, gray, stony mountain ranges, one after the oth- er, as far as the eye can reach, into the misty distance. Not a habita- tion, not a troe of any size, not a tign of life. The outlook suggests an imaginative lithograph of the beginning of the world. Only one evidence of human ex- I istence is seen. Along the road side ' are numerous fcit bottomed pockets of land, where a little cultivable soil has washed down the rocky slopes, and in each of these pockets a few potato plants have been care- fully set out. Often the pocket is go small as to contain only a dozen plants, but in a land so sterile and ■tony every square foot of soil is thriftily utilized. No houses are visible, and people must come miles to cultivate these struggling patches. Cetinje lies in ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 30 January 1913

m -*. - ■n > HI a SURGICAL PROBLEM. ''•y tha Aid of WirtUd Ttligriphy It Was Happily Salvad. A perplexing medical problem vis picked up one day by the wire- toss man of the steamship Paris- mina while crossing the gulf of Mexico. A bad accident had be- fallen tha patient and only a sur- gical operation could save his life. The wireless call came from tha island of Suma, well out of the path of regular ships and hopelessly far from any shore station. Here lived a small colony, Crusoe fashion, en- gaged in mining phosphates. An oc- casional tramp steamer waB their •nly means of traveling to and from the mainland, and there was no doctor in less than a week's sail. J A narrow gauge railway carried the phosphates from the mineB to the coast, and one of the workmen, the j wireless message ran, had been run | over and his foot almost severed j from his leg. Suma, luckily, had one modern convenience—a power- ful wireless station—and this had flung the call for help far and wide across t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 6 February 1913

LT«irer lty Ltbrt¡y Am¡n Crockett €crttrier. r' j Entered as Second-ClaBS Matter at Crockett Post-Office. Subscription Price $1.00 Per Annum, Payable at Crockett MOTTO: "QUALITY, NOT QUANTITY." CROCKETT, TEXAS, FEBRUARY 6, 1912. VOLUME XXIV—NO. 2. SPECIAL AGRICULTURAL DEMONSTRATION TRAIN. Crockett to fie Visited from Seven Eleven A. M. on February 25 by This SpeciaL to The International and Great Northern Railway Company is ad- vertising a special train that is to pass over its system between the , # dates of February 10 and March 8. j This train will start at Hearne on o'clock on the morning of February 25. No admission will be charged and an invitation is extended to all the people to come and bring the family. The train will consist of seven cars, each containing an exhibit of educational value to the farmer and citizen. Letter from Representative Patton. Austin, January 29, 1913. Editor Courier: The election of a U. S. Senator has transpired. By a large majori- ty, the Hon. Morr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 6 February 1913

gift tÉgmé'i ] £S:¡:' m E& • pssy n i^V '" ^ BBfeSató i*¡Á: < I L£ ; A New = We have opened up a first-class drug store in the old Chamberlain corner. For 30 years this corner has been occupied by a drug business, and we propose to put in one of the best and most up-to-date drug stores in East Texas. Our business will be handled by Mr. B. F. Chamberlain and Mr. A. B. Woodall, both of whom are registered men with many years' experience in the drug business, and you can feel safe when your doctor's pre^ scriptions are filled by us. Cleanliness and accuracy is our hobby. We will have in stock all the time such things as you will find in any first-class drug store, including school supplies, toilet articles, King's chocolate candies, cigars, smoking and chewing tobacco, Masury's paints (the best), turpentine and colors. Wall paper a specialty—big stock on hand. We earnestly solicit your patronage and good will. Give us a call and be convinced our prices are right. Chamberlain &am...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 6 February 1913

jr We Feed Our Beeves Before Killing Them Our cattle are fed on hulls and meal until they are beef-fat. We feed all the time and only the fat- test are killed, therefore you will get only the juiciest and tenderest steaks from us. We buy hides. BYNÜM & BENNETT faculty did not dismiss them at once, but after a statement of the facts gave them ample opportunity to reconsider. They declined to re- consider and they were dismissed today for insubordination. "R. T. Milner, President." FACULTY DISMISSES 466 A. & M. CADETS. • I • Students Signed Petition Demanding Re- instatement of 22 Others, and Threatened to Strike. Bryan, Texas, Feb. 1.—An order striking the names of 466 students from the rolls of the A. & M. College was entered on the faculty minutes of the institution tonight. The 466 students are charged1 with insubordination as defined in1 the blue book—the college rule book. Wednesday twenty-two stu- dents were dismissed for hazing. They strapped freshmen, it is charge...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 6 February 1913

I® * v. ■raí Crockett Courier weekly from the Courier Building. , W. AIKEN, Editor and Proprietor. 9*53« : ri' mfin ■ "fív í i.,' fill P&Í! Mr- 11 it w, Él!!1 gf? - PÉ^'liiíí ?HÍp$N ||?' P gr&! 1 P} ?v fe| WHERE IS HIS LEGAL HONE? In its issue of January 16 and tinder the above heading, the Cou- rier asked the following questions: 'to Commissioner Lively, holding ity office, a legal citizen of >ton county? Having moved his family to another county, is he not disqualified to hold office in this county?" These questions were Üased on the following information: "That Commissioner Lively had moved his wife, children and house- hold effects to Dodge, Walker coun- ty; that he had no intention of cemgning his office, even though fejs legal home is where his wife and children live." After reciting the fact that the commissioner had moved his family and household effects to Dodge, the Courier asked another question in the following language: "Is it not also a fact, as the Courier ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 6 February 1913

Your for the coming year is our aim just now. The past year has been a ban- ner one for us, and we owe it to our many customers who have helped us to make it profitable. We are looking forward to the future. We want to be your druggists again this year, and to have the pleasure of filling your many wants in our line. Our prompt delivery and courteous treatment awaits your command. Decuir-Bishop Drug Company Phone 47 or 140 Free Delivery to Any Part of the* City J. D. Caskey of Grapeland, L. S. Alfred of Kennard and H. M. Brad- ley of Pennington are among our friends remembering the Courier since last issue. Salesmen Wanted to look after our interest in Houston and ad- jacent counties. Salary or commis- sion. Address The Harvey Oil' Co., Cleveland, 0.—Adv. It.* W. L. Driskill of Lovelady, J. M. Walker of Route 1, J. E. Bean of Grapeland and S. L. Conner of Rat- cliff were among our friends calling at the Courier office Thursday. I am selling five lines of high grade pianos, uprights,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 6 February 1913

H&V. :/ii M W fe- ill;. HI OT" • "• m I#;r 3C' ®| * p- tUf &£*■ SsS JUICE OF THE CACTUS. And a Dual/ Satt. and a I« • f o ad In midsumuiei '(!«• aii.it wit- nesticd a combat in < ii«* ii-xa# I'un- hand le district Im'I wwii >1 Horned toad and a large uu intula. The toati made rapid drive# hi the taran- tula, crippling it by tin* los* of one leg. Soon the tarantu.a fastened itself by its mouth to an eyelid of the toad and heroically endeavored to do as much harm as possible. As toon as the toad was free of its foe it ran to a nearby cactus, cut through the thin greenish skin, tucked vigorously at the scant juice and then rubbed the wounded eye- Md against the damp tiber of the cactus. Now was the battle renewed. Part of another leg was lost by the taran- tula, and again was an eyelid of the toad attacked. Again was the cactus sought, and the same ac- tions resulted as when the first eye- lid was wounded. The toad was readily rejuvenated by the cactus fluid and soon retu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 6 February 1913

DEAD I MES. The Making of Skeletons Is Really a Work of Art. The skeleton of man or beast is * much more useful and salable ob- ject than one would be inclined to suppose. Proof of this is the fre- quency with which we find these ob- jects mounted in museums, schools of medicine, anatomical cabinets and even in the classrooms for child physiology and in the studios of painters and sculptors. Much labor is employed in separating the skele- tons from the tissues and bones that cover them, whitening them and mounting them. Some of them, it is true, are prepared and sold by the medical profession, persons oc- casionally (in the interests of sci- ence) leaving their bodies to the care of this or that medical fra- ternity for whatever use they may tend to serve. This, however, ex- plains very inadequately the supply available in response to the ever growing demand. As a matter of fact, the greater part of the skeleton trade is car- ried on in France, nearly all of it originating there. Pa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 6 February 1913

K3 Jas. S. Shivers & Company's ANNOUNCEMENT •S/YOjE For ladies—the neatest, snappiest and most stylish shoe on the market for ladies. As every lady well knows, the shoe is the most essential part of the dress. It matters not what kind of a dress, even the most gorgeous, if you have an ill-fitting pair of shoes the whole make-up is spoiled. On the other hand, if the shoe is neat and well fitted it matters not how plain the dress—the make-up is complete. ' We have a complete line of this kind of shoes, the Queen Quality, and will fit any foot in any style shoe you desire. Come in and have your foot fitted. We also have a complete line of men's dress shoes— The T. D. Barry Line For the Man Who Cares to Dress Well This is one of the best shoes for men on the market today and are stronger in the North and East than any other man's shoe made, and are building a reputation in the South that no other shoe has done. A trial will convince you. In these we have a complete line in all the n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 13 February 1913

Univer&ity Library Austin y31! ft'l • " iíUt^ V ' f; ' " *■ :H II J- v,v^ \ Che Crockett Conner. 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 13, 1913. VOLUME XXIV—NO. 3. No. 4684 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE First National Bank AT CROCKETT. (n the State of Texas, at the close of business, February 4. 1913. RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts $537,688 79 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 5,295 71 U. S. Bonds to secure circulation 100,000 00 Other Bonds to secure Postal Savings... 2,000 00 Bonds, Securities, etc. 49,968 50 Banking house, Furniture and Fixtures.. 10,000 00 Due from National Banks (not reserve agents) 37,668 79 Due from State and Private Banks and Bankers, Trust Companies and Sav- ings Banks 1,332 88 Due from approved Reserve Agents 130,265 57 Checks and other Cash Items 781 51 Notes of other National Banks ' 800 00 Fractional Paper Currency, Ni...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 13 February 1913

Í'K: B Crockett Courier weekly (rom the Courier Building. W. W. AIKEN, Editor and Proprietor. i-1- - 1 ■ PUBLISHER S NOTICE. < Obituaries, resolutions, cards of thanks cart other matter not "news" will be otM'rfted for at the rate of 5c per line. | Parties ordering advertising or printing for societies, churches, committees or or- gutizations of any kind will, in all cases, be held personally responsible for the payment of the bill. In a recent survey of a commu- nity in New Hampshire, the average annual income of 154 farmers who had a common school education was $229, while the average net in- come of the 112 farmers of the same locality who had a high school education was $482 annually. This was worth to each farmer who possessed it $253 a year. The work of the Texas Farm Life Commission which is seeking to better farming conditions and make farm life more attractive, as well as the business of farming more re- munerative, has attracted quite a bit of attention in Philadelphia....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 13 February 1913

••Tf'TlBfs SUCCESSFUL FARMING The Meridian Fertilizer Factory offers in each of several states a premium for the crops of 1913 as follows: $250.00 For Best Acre of Cotton $250.00 For Best Two Acres of Corn There are no conditions to this except enroll- ment in "The Bale per Acre Club" and "The Hundred Bushel Club." The premium is offered for largest yield produced with a brand of Meridian Fertilizers. Apply for membership—Do it now. Lies in the proper cultivation of the soil, and in order to properly cultivate the soil it is necessary to secure the best implements to be had. In this connection it is only necessary for us to call your attention to the fact that we carry a complete stock of the famous t John Deere Riding and walking cultivators, disc harrows, section harrows, middle bursters, breaking plows, etc. The supremacy of these implements is recognized every- where, and we do not hesitate to recommend them to our customers. In addition to these, we have a com- plete stock of a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 13 February 1913

• •. Lá3R :: ?:*£ñ*Á&Á 4ft I hi- m Sv fir • ■■ . ■ tfe: Courier =f f ■ "T .W. W. AIKEN, Editor and Proprietor. ... — ' J"—" PUBLISHER'S NOTICE. Obituaries, resolution , cards of thanks •ad other matter not "news" will be charged 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, to held personally responsible for the payment of the bill. ANNOUNCEMENTS For City Marshal J. D. Sexton is said to be the cheapest. Creoeoted blocks with concrete foundation is said to be the best, but at the same time the most expensive. In view of the extremely muddy condition of that block and the fact that it isi one of the city's busiest thorough- fares, it seems that the benefits to accrue would justify the outlay. With that block paved, the next step would be to devise a plan for i paving the court house square. - The city council of Jacksonville Has passed an ordinance dispensing with swin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 13 February 1913

1 T Your for the coming year is our aim just now. The past year has been a ban- ner one for us, and we owe it to our many customers who have helped us to make it profitable. We are looking forward to the future. We want to be your druggists again this year, and to have the pleasure of filling your many wants in our line. Our prompt delivery and courteous treatment awaits your command. Decuir-Bishop Drug Company Phone 47 or 140 Free Delivery to Any Part of the City £«c«ttec*c<c«ec« «etc*. I 2>oc&V § . * Jfe Call N. E. Allbright for seed Irish potatoes. Adv. B. F. Chamberlain has returned from a trip to Dallas. A complete, tf-adv up-to-date abstract. Aldrich & Crook. Miss Gladys Walling of Houston is a guest of* Mrs. H. F. Moore. W. V. McConnell is paying $15.00 for 1909 Lincoln pennies.—Adv. For Sale—A thoroughbred jack on easy terms. See W. B. Wall. Judge A. A. Aldrich is making a professional visit to Sherman. Moore &. Shivers for nails, barbed wire, hog wire, sta...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 13 February 1913

fffiS ISI' f \ ■ ;í i P:,V •' ' * > * ttv* £.. .-.,• .'k' .. . ,• r'^: •^•jjll of (Real Estate) The State of Texas , County Houston. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a certain alias execution issued out of the Honorable District Court of Galveston County, on the House door, of Houston County, in the City of Crockett, Texas, be- tween the hours of 10 a. m. and 4 p. m., by virtue of said levy and said alias execution, I will sell said above described Real Estate at pub- lic vendue, for cash, to the highest bidder, as the property of said J. D. Freeman. And in compliance with law, I '■ííí:. . > lÉIÉ: is® m ñ m¡&" má fe® ffíí iík:Kí' m H4t ' mMm m, 24th day of December 1912, by J. give this notice by publication, in C. Gengler, Clerk of said District the English language, once a week Court for the sum of Sixteen Hun- 5?r t^ree co^?c"t^v? weeks imme- r „°ewte: í g j'nV fAft per published in Houston County, meat, m favor of H. E. Minims in a witness my hand, this 3rd day...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 13 February 1913

¥ -- r When yon feel La«s Stretchy, Bali Sick. Blue and Out of Sort*. look to the Liver; It la Torpid. HERBINE la the Remedy You Need. It is an invigorating tonic fori a torpid liver. The first dose brings improvement, a few Maya use puts the liver in fine vigor- ous condition. Herbine also ex- tends Its restorative Influence to the stomach and bowels. It I helps digestion and food assimi- lation, purifies the bowels and brings back the habit of regu- lar dally bowel movements. When the stomach, liver and bowels are active, bilious im- purities no longer obstruct functional processes, the result I I of which is renewed energy, mental activity and cheerful I ¡ spirits. Price Bte per Bottle. | JameaF.Ballard.Prop. 8t.Loula,Mo. I Use Stephens Eye Salve for Sore Eyes. It Cures. > tugo—«watt Bar! I. W. Sweet TOWNSEND WON A VICTORY. Had Cotton Belt Consolidation Measure Merged in Committee. builders of the Eastern Texas had not lived up to their bargain with his constituents and in ord...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 13 February 1913

mm m I h-:Wir.?, ■ .. • . ■ l'h¿> w ® p'l t%r v ¿yj,. ft®' y.■(■':■, .., islpl J,.. "' y •.- ■, pn¿i ■* ffll Jas. S. Shivers & Company's ANNOUNCEMENT é ^S/Zc. For ladies—the neatest, snappiest and most stylish shoe on the market for ladies. As every lady well knows, the shoe is the most essential part of the dress. It matters not what kind of a dress, even the most gorgeous, if you have an ill-fitting pair of shoes the whole make-up is spoiled. On the other hand, if the shoe is neat and well fitted it matters not how plain the dress—the make-up is complete. t We have a complete line of this kind of shoes, the Queen Quality, and will fit any foot in any style shoe you desire. Come in and have your foot fitted. We also have a complete line of men's dress shoes— The T. D. Barry Line For the Man Who Cares to Dress Well This is one of the best shoes for men on the market today and are stronger in the North and East than any other man's shoe made, and are building a reputation in t...

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