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

wSB?' " ■. • Quality A little difference in the quality of drugs used, or in the way the drugs are comr poundéd, often makes a big difference in the results. Any one who needs medicines or who has a prescription to be filled should, as a matter of pure self-interest, insist upon the best drugs and best ser- vice. (_ WE OFFER HIGHEST QUALITY AND BEST SERVICE. You will find^ur stpre a particularly satisfactory place to trade, as we provide exceptionally fine service and our prices are right, quality con- sidered. We will appreciate your trade in drugs and other things. Decuir-Bishop Drug Company Phone 47 or 140 Free Delivery to AnyTart of the City his fifth, of sugar Wm. M. Patton has in brick store one car each and syrup, bacon and lard, oils, ce- ment, lime, oats, hay, meal, flour, bran and chops. It. R. T. Kent of Route 1 called Tues- day and authorized the Courier to say that he had entered the four- acre crop contest for $1000. He lives on the Rusk road. ' For Sale. Three sawmill...

Publication Title: Crockett Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 6 March 1913

i m SK tÍ88. to the sherdi or q county, d^Velopi g^rnf^niwy Ballard's Horehound Syrup The Remedy That Doe* ike Work. It relieve* coughing tmir.edl* ately, eases soreness In the lungs, loosens phlegm and clears the bronchial tubes. It Is a fine family remedy, plea - ant to take and good for chU* dren and adults. Price SSeb We aad SL.OO. deceased, this cita- for eight Buy the 91-00 sise. It contains Ave times as much as the 260 sise, and you get with each bot- tle a Dr. Herrlck's Bed Pepper Porous Plaster for the chest. JamesF. Ballard,Prop Eye Salve Eyes. Cures Sere P?.P: iiiC. ■ M' I !; IS / ■ < * 1-fcV Í-. íM'hi , ■ ¡¿HW5 V > " fu fe^V V if f # - \ «V- V. • : Mi láfc , M \ You are hereby commanded to summon the unknown heirs of Bar- ton Clark, deceased, the unknown heirs of Hannah Robinson, deceased, the unknown heirs of Charlie RoK inson, deceased, and the unknown heirs of D. W. Faulkner, by making publication of tion once in each week successive weeks previous to the return...

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

Home Enterprise Home People Planters' Cotton Chopper Co. Successors to Parsley-Paine Machine & Mfg. Co. MANUFACTURERS OF Cotton Chopper A practical, mechanical device, easily attached to the beams of a riding or walking cultivator,) and so simple that a boy driver can operate it. The saving over the old way will pay for the machine in three days. In one operation the cotton is chopped to a desired stand and properly dirted. We will be able to have ready for use this season a limited number only of these machines, and the cotton planters of Houston county are going to be given the first opportunity to purchase them. Every one engaged in the production of cotton is cordially invited to visit our new and commodious factory building, located just opposite the city water plant, which we are equipping with modern machinery for the manufacture of our COTTON CHOPPER, and inspect the ma- chine and testimonials on file from reliable and well known cotton planters of Houston county who las...

Publication Title: Crockett Courier, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 6 March 1913

. . .. W MBk- ft ÍM.' 9$ mm. UÜ> Tve been selling Studebaker Wagons and Buggies for over 30 years. "I've «old diem because my reputation as a dealer was at stake and from experience 1 have found that Studebaker means the best." That tells thp Story. ' Farmers bought Studebaker wagons before the Civil war and they have been buying them ever since. Because they had confidence in the name Studebaker and in the sturdy, dependable wagons and buggies they build. And that confidence has been upheld. Studebaker wagons sure built on honor and the Studebaker guarantee goes with every one There's a Studebaker (or your needs—whether you liva in city, town or country. y Fawn W Pony C* Bodnaas Wai Bessie* Dump Carts Tracks Ranalxmts Coo tractor*' WaioM i-'; |p IS % I 1 «ft WtfOM ' Carriaass —And Studebaker harness also—aawe3 and carefully mad* mm Studebaker vehicles. 5m our Dealer or Wiito tu. s STUDEBAKER South Bend. Ind. MEW YORK CHICAGO DALLAS KANSAS CITY DENVER MIX NKA POLIS SALT LAK8 CITY...

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

w University Library !) Aüütit? í> D wtt Crockett Entered as Second-Class Matter at Crockett Post-Office. "" ' V . < r \ \ ■ * Subscription Price $1.00 Per Annum, Payable at Crockett - MOTTO: "QUALITY, NOT QUANTITY." CROCKETT, TEXAS, MARCH 13, 1913. VOLUME XXIV—NO. 7. - —t ■ ... ... cotton belt bill discussed. Townsend's Amendment Was Tabled by Vote of 15 to 9. , Austin, Texas, March 6.—Very soon after the conclusion of the chaplain's prayer—wfyich was offer- ed nof by the chaplain but by Dr. V. A. God bey¡ Methodist presiding elder of the Austin district, the Senate this morning resumed con- sideration of the Cotton Belt merger bin. % Townsend made an extended speech in support of his amend- ment, making the consolidation of the Stephenville, North and South Texas with the Cotton Belt condi- tional on the completion of the , Eastern Texas road from Ken- nard to Crockett, a distance of 17 miles. He charged that the build- ers of tl^e Eastern Texas ha4 made promises to the peop...

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

í ' I jaSjfj? ml -"''i : v'" Mm£m 4 , • i 10 ¿ja KfeK- ■" -f. >' "' Jk* sSflí* w iül >1 m m m McL«ean Opportunities Once Lost Fly Forever More An adage so often forgotten. The days are flying by.- Only 7 days more for you ^o get the chance to buy up spring and summer goods for prices less than cost of the manufacture. * Don't let this opportunity pass away firom you without you sharing in the pur- chase of the goods you need for (his season. CYNOSURE Don't Take Our Word For It. Come See For Yourself Enough has been said about the thou- sands of people who beleagured our build- ing, crowding our entire two floors the past few days of this Public Sale. Come here yourself and join the crowds in sharing the purchasing of this spring stock for the low prices these goods are now on sale for. Enthusiastically and Eagerly the Crowds Thronged Our Building Every Day making this retail dry goods and ladies' ready-to-wear apparel store the cosmopolitan point in the shopping center. Only 7...

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

X ► M Call of Spring The Spirit of Spring is not visible to the mortal eye, but the dainty touch of her hand is apparent everywhere in the fresh .green dress on field and hedge; the sweet lingering charm of the early flowers that peep out from the roadside and in the garden. • . The Spirit of Spring now permeates our entire store. It has discarded the dull, somber garb of Winter and emerged in glad, bright, glorious Spring colors. Ship- ments of Spring goods are being received almost daily and never before have we presented such a beautiful assemblage of fashionable fabrics. Never before have we offered such a diversified assortment, and never has the superiority of our values been so forcibly demonstrated. . Our stock of dress goods is especially strong this season. We are now showing a beautiful line of Linen Crashes, Ratines, Voiles, Embroidered Batiste, genuine Belfast Linen in all the popular shades and white, and everything that's worth while in Ginghams and Percales. We also ...

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

v ■.:# : V •V ■ -J Crockett Courier cards of thanks matter not "news" will be at the rate of 5c per line. advertising or printing committees or er- ons of any kind will, in all cases, responsible for the bill. ANNOUNCEMENTS it! Fot City Marshal J. D. $exton Wmá !¡kS¿3$ >> 1 ¡¡éSSEi Resideaoe Property Chantes Hub. Will McLean has bought a resi- dence lot from John Ellis on which he will build a new home. The lo- cation is between the Ellis and A. W. Phillips houses and is ideal for a home. John LeGory has purchased from the Cooper estate the lot on the east of the Langston place. Mr. Le- Gory expects to improve the proper- ty at an early date. Calif for Ordiaaace Enforcement. The running away of a team on Public square Saturday morning was an incident that calls for the enforcement, of the city ordinance against leaving teams in a manner permitting such occurrences. The , breaking up of one wagon or the maiming of one team is of small consequence when compared to the loss of a ...

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

i \. V • * Well The condition of your blood has much to do with your enjoyment of life. If it is thin * and impure, everything you do is a hard- ship, and pleasures are few. Rich, rfed blood is necessary to perfect health. Hot Springs Blood Remedy will restore your vital forces by enriching and purifying your blood. You'll begin to feel better after the first few doses and soon your old strength will return. Price, 50 cents. Guaranteed. Decuir-Bishop Drug Company The Prompt Service Store Money to Loan. We make a specialty of loans on land and tc- farmers. We buy vendors lien notes and any other good paper. If you want to borrow money you Will DO WELL to caU and get our terms before placing your loan. We buy and sell real estate. Wairfield Bros. Office North Side Public Square. i 4* £>ocaV "Keros. | Ask Harvey about it at Drug Co's. House for rent. Friend. McLean 4t. Apply to J. D. tf. A car of good Missouri corn for sale by Will McLean. It. Miss Willie Belle Neal of Elkhart is vi...

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

■ . *-• Mr' "H? É¿:; i Sí;'' SP Is | ' Hjl Hi •t That Was What th« Old Tim* Highwayman Callad It. ' The fourth Ear] Stanhope when on his way homeward late one dark night "waa held up by the most gen- tlemanly of highwaymen, who pre- ferred his request for money or the nobleman's life in quite the nicest way. It happened that Lord Stan- hope had not any money with him and waa disinclined to yield the al- ternative. "Your watch, then," suggested the gentleman at the opposite end •f the pistol The watch, the earl explained, waa dear to him. He valued it at 100 guineas and would not surrender it. "What I will do," he said* "is to bring and deposit in this tree the worth of the watch in money, and you can call and get it tomorrow night." "Done, m' lord," said the high- wayman. The law knew nothing about this arrangement, and the earl did as he had promised. He placed the 100 guineas where the highwayman might at his leisure collect it. And there, so far as he knew, the mat- ter ended. Ye...

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

Citation by Publication. The State of Texas, to the sheriff or any constable of Houston county, Greeting: You are hereby commanded to summon the heirs unknown of A. E. Gossett deceased, the unknown Beginning at the S. W. corner of said Jordán tract sanje being the corner of the fair grounds tract, on the east side of the street. Thence N. 22% with said street 86 8-10 feet to corner. Thence east 498 feet to corner on the Wootters Jordan line. heirs df M. M. Gossett deceased, the I Thence south with said line §0 feet unknown heirs of K. L Gossett de-! to the corner of said Jordan and ceased, the unknown heirs of G. M. ¡ fair grounds. Thence west with Gossett deceased, the unknown j said line 464 6-1-0 vrs to, place of heirs of A. K. Gossett deceased, the: beginning, containing 83-100 acres unknown heirs of Evaline S. Mur- °f land. Holding and claiming said chison deceased, the unknown heirs of W. ÍL Cundiff deceased, the un- known heirs of John T. Cook de- ceased, the unknown heirs of...

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

, r ?' ^ —— ' ■ \ & i; Í V " , f ' £ f ^ s jjrgt :: ;v'' ■■; ■ * /" % VfV'3 " m': &\? <m "• - CROCKETT'S BIG STORE i {;:■ CROCKETT'S BIG STORE J iJas. S. Commencing Saturday Morning, March 15, and Continuing Until the Close of Business Saturday Night, March 29,19Í3. Silk in boys and girls. Everything ^These goods are not second- That is ^hy our prices are Regular 10c Utility Gingham, per yard ■ 4v Regular \2Y¿c Red Seal Ging- A3, ham, per yard 94v Regular 10c Percal, per yard.... Regular 10c Domestic, "I3 per yard.... Regular 8lAc Domestic, per yard _ Regular 7Kc Domestic per yard... 25c and 35c flowered Curtain Scrim, opening prices, per yard, AA. 10c, 12He, 15c and.i £vv Ribbon striped Voile, per yard...: Cordette, all shades, per yard., 8c He 7c 5ic Scrim, 20c 40c 24c An elaborate showing of all the newest creations of Spring and Summer Merchandise—Laces, Embroideries^ Bulgarian Trimmings, S Meselines, Ratines, Silk-Corded Piques, Flaxons, Lawns, Batiste, and everythin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 20 March 1913

Cm re r&ity Libi ary Austin «Sl)c Crockett Entered as Second-Class Matter at Crockett Post-Office. — ' ' '• &f. Subscription Price $1.00 Per Annum, Payable at Crockett MOTTO: "QUALITY, NOT QUANTITY." ■ v 1 ' CROCKETT, TEXAS, MARCH 20, *013. S • VOLUME XXIV—NO. 8. ■ COUNTY SCHOOLS IN CONTEST. Declaiming, Debating and Athletics Con- stituted Program of Friday and Saturday. . Friday and Saturday were the days set aside by the teachers of Houston county for contests in de- claiming, debating and athletics. Friday night the county decla- mation contest was held at the court house. Before beginning the contest, arí address of welcome was delivered by Mayor J. W. Young. In behalf of the students and the occasion, response was made by Attorney J. E. Winfree. Each school in the county was allowed two students in this con- test, but only two schools were rep- resented—those of Crockett and Lovelady, the former by Leon Brom- berg and Mark King Winfree and the lattef by Layman Newton an...

Publication Title: Crockett Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 20 March 1913

' % y, 4 UP ii f t ®Jg-K*rX*' I • .'ÍVÍ"' ^ wK'*' ■". -> '•/ WV'1 v - : .. '■'■ ' W. W. ■ t of the bill. " w«£ vS; #■7 «I ■ *" ' ifflllll , ' '• ■ ■ B not rate of Sc advertising or printing L committees or or- of any kind will, in all caaes, y responsible for the hi Securing Sites for Federal Buildings. Upon the enactment of a law authorizing the acquisition of a site for a Federal building the Treasury Department invites, through a local newspaper, proposals for the sale or donation of land suitable for the purpose. The offers are opened in Wash- ington at the time stated in the ad- vertisement, and as soon thereafter as practicable an agent of the de- partment is sent to make a person- al examination of the proposed lo- cations and such others as he deems desirable, and to investigate the feasonableness of the prices placed on the properties as compared with recent sales of real estate in that vicinity. It should be noted that the de- partment is not provided with a regular for...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 20 March 1913

7■' '• ' , ■ - / ' ^ I < u,.,^ ^íS?.. I .VT. ^ .".WIWPVVV "" * " ^y M', , V¿ ^ Ik Call of Spring ;lw The Spirit of Spring is not visible to the mortal eye, but the dainty touch of her hand is apparent everywhere in the fresh grefen dress on field and hedge; the sweet lingering charm of the early flowers that peep out from the roadside and in the garden: The Spirit of Spring now permeates our entire store. It has discarded the dull, somber garb of Winter and emerged in glad, bright, glorious Spring colors. Ship- ments of Spring goods are being received almost daily and never before have we presented such a beautiful assemblage of fashionable fabrics. Never before have we offered such a diversified assortment, and never has the superiority of our values been so forcibly demonstrated. / , Our stock of dress goods is especially strong this season. We are now showing a beautiful line Of Linen Crashes, Ratines, Voiles, Embroidered Batiste, genuine Belfast Linen in all the popular shade...

Publication Title: Crockett Courier, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 20 March 1913

Homer Wright, a young from Percilia, was badly kicked and wed about the head by a wild | mule he was attempting to ride last ' Saturday. His wounds were dress- ed and he was carried to his home, of 1 At last accounts he was doing well, not "n«w«" win be! The Farmers' Union Telephone j "¿toting Co. have received switch board and , churches, committees or or- telephones and are now putting „ÍauíÍIl^n8ibIealfoCraS them in. They will be ready for fsyment of the MB. , ¡business in a few days. J. F. M: School Board Meeting. , and requiiing young ta- llies to be attired in a white dress of any suitable material, the cost of same not to exceed ten dollars. PVH Dinner Party aid Daace. _ . „ , . , , ,, Naming Miss Laura Painter of Monday night the school Qaivegton a8 the honoree, Mr. and 1, after disposing of the usual Mre R „ Wootten> entertained Wtoe buatoeas, passed a ««oí"- ; w¡th a 6 tfclock dinner party Fri- ra or !i ding presents, flowers and ¿yy evenj0gi at which the person- le wea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 20 March 1913

wm \ D Well The condition of your bloodTias much to do with your enjoyment of life. If it is thin and impure, everything "you do is a hard- ship, and pleasures are few. Rich, red blood is necessary to perfect iiealth. Hot Springs Blood Remedy ^ 1 will restore your vital forces by enriching ■ and purifying your bloody You'll begin to feel better after the first few doses and soon your old strength will return. Price, $1.00. Guaranteed. Decuir-Bishop Drug Company The Prompt Service Store —J5Ü N. E. Alibright asks all in need of groceries to call on him in his new location next door to Nunn's law office. His prices are low and his stock fresh and large.—Adv. .. When hungry or thirsty visit the Palace of Sweets. Our goods are fresh, clean and palatable, our ser- vice par excellence. Try us once and you will come again.—Adv. ■ ili Lost—Ladies' white serge skirt with stripes. Finder will please leave same at the Courier office and receive liberal reward. It.* Mrs. C. C. Pearson. China Sal...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 20 March 1913

¡ WM Othera if as oth- have looked in a and have seen an to lie an exact j , and you have| to you ex-1 you appeared to any one it is this so? If you are in* ined to persist in believing it, try losing your right eye next time you look in a mirror and see which •ne your reflection clones. Also if your hair appear to be parted the aide you have always sup- it to be. Extend your right ind and see if your image doe not you with the left. But if this iilt« to convince tou, bold a printed page before the glass and see what progress you can make in decipher- ing the unfamiliar looking lines of "mirror writing" you see in the re- flection. As is well known, an object and its reflection in a plane mi/ror are ■ot facsimiles of each other, but bear the same relation as the right Hand to the left; so with a single mirror it is impossible to see your- self just as the world sees you, for your right side will appear as the left and vice versa With a double reflection at two miiVors, however, the ...

Publication Title: Crockett Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 20 March 1913

r « i I It y II Citation by Publica) ion. Beginning at the S. W. corner of The State of Texas, to the sheriff or said Jordan tract same being the any constable of Houston county, corner of the fair grounds tract, on Greeting: the east side of the street. Thence You are hereby commanded to N. 22% with said street 86 8-10 feet summon the heirs unknown of A. E. t0 corner. Thence east 498 feet to Gossett deceased, the unknown corner on the Wootters Jordan line, heirs of M. M. Gossett deceased, the Thence south with said line 80 feet unknown heirs of K. L Gossett de- to the corner of said Jordan and ceased, the unknown heirs of G. M. fair grounds. Thence west with Gossett deceased, the unknown sa*d ^ne 464 6-10 vrs to place of heirs of A. K. Gossett deceased, the beginning, containing 83-100 acres unknown heirs of Evaline S. Mur- of land- Holding and claiming said chison deceased, the unknown heirs by and through instruments of W. H. Cundiff deceased, the un- duly executed and registered...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 20 March 1913

Eg™3a * 50? ' r^r $' MPHtU^E 7- '-\l ' lmw-r mmm^ rand Opening " « AX | CROCKETT'S BIG STORE | J&S. S. ShiVCFS file CO^S. I CROCKETTS BIG STORE | Commencing: Saturday Morning:, March 15, and Continuing: Until the Close of Business Saturday Night, March 29,1913. An elaborate showing of all the newest creations of Spring and Summer Merchandise—Laces, Embroideries, Bulgarian Trimmings, Silk Meselines, Rajtines, Silk-Corded Piques, Flaxons, Lawns, Batiste, and everything in the dress goods line. Also ladies' ready-to-wear in all the newest designs, as well as gents' furnishing goods, clothing, hats and caps, shoes for ladies, men, boys and girls. Everything will be on display during this Grand Opening, not for a half hour at a time, but during the entire opening. These goods are not second- hand, sent here from some other fetail store, but direct from the manufacturer to the ONE BIG STORE. That is why our prices are regular at what others call "special sale prices." 0 Regular 10c Ut...

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