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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 5 June 1913

Lüivc¡ o/ x0} «vas ®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, JUNE 5, 1913. . ' VOLUME XXIV—NO. 19. A DEPLORABLE ACCIDENT. Little Jim Henry Smith Meets a Tragic Death Between Wheels of a Road Scraper. In the early afternoon of last Fri- day, just at one o'clock, the hour when the men and teams were starting out to work, little Jim Hen- ry Smith, 10 years of age and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smith of this city, met a tragic death be- tween the wheels of a heavy road scraper. A wagon loaded with feed for Smith Brothers' grading camp and pulling three big scrapers behind it left the Smith home. Jim Henry was playing in the yard of a neighbor and ran out to get on one of the scrapers with the view of riding down the road a short dis- tance. In the effort he lost his bal- ance and fell between the scrapers, and before the team could be stop- ped he...

Publication Title: Crockett Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 5 June 1913

I I I ■J- I Come to Crockett on June 21st Big Trades Day 1 Unmatched F*rices ' t*' J. C. MILLAR Tailor and Men's Outfitter Five patterns only of $22.50 suitings, each $18.50 All $1.50 shirts, each. $1.00 For anything new, nobby and up- to-date, come to my store. I have it. f I iHE business league of Crockett has raised a con- siderable fund for this day, which they will ap- ply so as to enable dealers to name extraordinary prices, and we do this to enable trade to come here, spend a day with us, and note our advantages for serving you at all times. Crockett is the best market in East Texas in which to supply your wants, and will always pay top prices for whatever you have to sell. Note the bargains for the day, and please bear in mind that these goods are sold far below value, most of them under wholesale cost, and they can be obtained at quoted prices only at the store quoting, and for this day only. QnPri#|ls We have bought 2000 tickets for the Royal Theatre for Trades Day, and wi...

Publication Title: Crockett Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 5 June 1913

Gome to Crockett on June 21st Big Trades Day Unmatched Prices ■ 'White Crest Flour 48-Pound Sack, $1;40 24-Pound Sack, .75 Any dealer in Crockett will sup- ply "White Crest" at above prices on Trades Day only. This flour is the finest product of pure, soft wheat. Nothing equals it, and it retails regularly at $1.65, and worth it. All dealers have been supplied at a special price of $1.50 per sack, agree to sell at cost, and we will re- fund each 10c on ,every sack sold, enabling them to make the unpre- cedented price of $1.40. Take ad- vantage of this offer and get ac- quainted with this flour and you will use no other. EDMISTON BROS., Distributers. r 11HE business league of Crockett has raised a con- * siderable fund for this day, which they will ap- ply so as to enable dealers to name extraordinary prices, and we do this to induce trade to come here, spend a day with us, and note our advantages for serving you at all times. Crockett is the best market in East Texas in which to sup...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 5 June 1913

The Crockett Courier weekly from tAe Courier Building. Irl tí/* • mk W. W. AIKEN, Editor and Proprietor. PUBLISHER'S NOTICE. Obituaries, resolution , cards of thanks aad other matter not "news" «rill be elarged for at the rate of Sc per line. Parties ordering advertising or printing far societies, churches, committees or or- ganizations of any kind will, in all cases, ba held personally responsible for the payment of the bill. THE REAL QUESTIONS. There are 3,251 mules in Houston county, according to a recent cen- sus bulletin, and their total value is $312,562. Of this number 3,108 are The commissioners' court has mature mules, 104 are yearling been considering the advisability of colts and 39 tie spring colts, erecting a new jail advertise the advantages of Crock- ett as a trading point Trades day will also be advertised on this trip. This issue of the Courier contains the bargains that will be offered on trades day. The business men of Crockett want to meet the people of Houston c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 5 June 1913

Tired Out Bilious, constipated, sallow complex- ion—all are more pronounced in the spring. At no other time does the system require an assisting force to cleanse itself as it does now. There is a long hot summer ahead of you with its slow and typhoid fe- vers. Take Liver-Lax and get ready for the drain on your system incident to hot weather. It cleans out and does away with all accumulations. Sold only by Decuir-Bishop Drug Company The Prompt Service Store Mrs. D. L Tittle and daughter, Miss Emma, formerly of this county, but now of Wichita Falls, are here for the summer months with friends and relatives. Make your children happy and healthy, make them love home and mother. Phone Crockett Bottling Works for a mixed case of their delicious sodas, delivered right at your refrigerator.—Adv. Will Lend Honey on Real Estate or take up your note and give you a lower rate of interest. We will buy your land or find a buyer. See or write Hail & Wilson, Crockett State Bank building, Crocke...

Publication Title: Crockett Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 5 June 1913

mSSSSSSSSSSSSBSSS^BSSSí PROPOSED BOND ACT DEFECTIVE ipis iV* - Writers Says Omission i( Wtris ' "Dniatfe or Navifatioa" Is Serian* It Pit to Ami Coastitttion. Houston, May 25.—The following Is a statement in part given to the press today by J. F. Wolters: "The Thirty-third legislature has submitted an amendment to the constitution of this state authorizing the issuance of bonds for improve- ment districts, and also for the op- eration of public warehouses for storing, handling, classing, measur- ing, weighing, elevating and loading agricultural products. This amend- . ment will be voted on July 19,1913. HIn the pending amendment the words 'drainage or navigation1 are omitted with the result that if this amendment is adopted the taxpay- ers in various sections of Texas cannot, as now, create drainage districts, vote drainage bonds and drain their lands. "If we adopt the amendment sub- mitted by the legislature we shall have the power to build warehouses, but we shall lose the power t...

Publication Title: Crockett Courier, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 5 June 1913

í m SruoeBAK "Studebaker wagons certainly last a long time" "I have had this wagon twenty-two years, and during that time it cost me only $6.00 (or repairs, and that was for setting two tires." "And after twenty-two years of daily use in good and bad weather and over all kinds of roads, I will put this wagon against any new wagon of another make that you can buy today." "Studebaker wagons are built of air-dried lumber and tested iron and steeh Even the punt and varnish are subjected to & laboratory test to insure wearing qualities." "No wagon made ia subjected to as many tests or is more carefully made than a Studebaker. You can buy them of Stude- baker dealers everywhere." "Don't listen to the dealer who wants to sell you a cheap wagon, represented to be 'just as good* as a Studebaker." Farm wagons, trucks, dump wagons and carts, delivery wagons, buggies, surreys, depot wagons—and harness of all kinds of the samo high standard as the Studebaker vehicles. See our Dealer or writ*...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 5 June 1913

t."' \ ill I ,í MM ?&&■ ■ 1P¡S"' OSH í" * ^ ÍS& mm- 'v & You don't have to dig for it here. We are prepared to serve you with the very best jce cream in a most satis- factory manner. Our cream parlor is cool, cozy and com- fortable. Come here next time and let us show you. Palace of Sweets A DAY IN JOKE. Written for the Courier. 'Do I forget the tangled wood? The wild thyme by the way? A cure for hearts that ache in vain. We gathered some that day. The robins sang in monotone Its notes the whole day long. The plowman's weary homeward way Just as the sun went down. The mawking thrush that lingered near With pretended "fare you well" The hollow sound for miles around Save the tinkling of a bell. The friendly herd of the measured tread As up the slope they'd climb We watched the dying of the day And heard the tinkling chime. Expression on each face we saw, A peaceful.day in June. Their path of duty o'er and o'er With' fragrant flowers strewn. The dimming rays of fading ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 12 June 1913

tr/lj v°rsity Lib raiy ®he Crockett Courier Entered as Second-Class Matter at Crockett Post-Office. Subscription Price $1.00 Per Annum, Payable at Crockett MOTTO: "QUAJJTY, NOT QUANTITY." CROCKETT, TEXAS, JUNE 12, 1913. VOLUME XXIV—NO. 20. OFFICIAL STATEMENT OF THE FINAN- CIAL CONDITION OF THE Crockett State Bank AT CROCKETT. State of Texas, at the close of business on the 4th day of June, 1913, published in the Crockett Courier, a newspaper printed and published at Crockett, State of Texas, on the 12th day of June, 1913: RESOURCES. Loans and Discounts, personal or col- lateral $148,627 72 Loans, real estate 57,265 84 Overdrafts 974 82 Real Estate (banking house) 9.500 00 Furniture and Fixtures 3,000 00 Due from Approved Reserve Agenté, net $30,020 39- 30,020 39 Cash Items $ 2,382 90 Currency. 9,240 00 Specie 7,694 95- 19,317 85 Interest in Depositors Guaranty Fund.. 1,624 84 Other Resources as follows: Assessment in State Guaranty Fund 127 51 Total $270,458 97 LIABILITIES. Capital ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 12 June 1913

ÉS;r ¡7 mi #■ -j: - ti, ' Come to Crockett on June 21st Big Trades Day Unmatched Prices J. C. MILLAR Tailor and Men's Outfitter Five patterns only of $22.50 suitings, each $18.50 All $1.50 shirts, each $1.00 For anything new, nobby and up- to-date, come to my store. I have it. ' 11HE business league of Crockett has raised a con- siderable fund for this day, which they will ap- ply so as to enable dealers to name extraordinary prices, and we do this to enable trade to come here, spend a day with us, and note our advantages for serving you at all times. Crockett is the best market in East Texas in which to supply your wants, and will always pay top prices for whatever you have to sell. Note the bargains for the day, and please bear in mind that these goods are sold far below value, most of them under wholesale cost, and they can be obtained at quoted prices only at the store quoting, and for this day only. We have bought 2000 tickets for the Royal Theatre for Trades Day, and will hand...

Publication Title: Crockett Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 12 June 1913

Come to Crockett on June 21st Big Trades Unmatched White Crest Flour 48-Pound Sack, $1.40 24-Pound Sack, .75 Any dealer in Crockett will sup- ply "White Crest" at above prices on Trades Day only. This flour is the finest product of pure, soft wheat. Nothing equals it, and it retails regularly at $1.65, and worth it. All dealers have been supplied at a special price of $1.50 per sack, agree to sell at cost, and we will re- fund each 10c on every sack sold, enabling them to make the unpre- cedented price of $1.40. Take ad- vantage of this offer and get ac- quainted with this flour and you will use no other. EDMISTON BROS., Distributers. N. E. Allbrigbt Fancy Groceries, Feed, Etc. Call and see me when in town. WE OFFER 25-pound cloth sack cane I 1A granulated Sugar |* Brown Mule tobacco, per 015 10-pound caddy . .0" Only one sack of sugar and one caddy of tobacco to a person. We are headquarters for Meridian fertilizers and John Deere farm im- plements. Sold 30 cars of fertilizer this ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 12 June 1913

The Crockett Courier t#. v •. 34®,' 1© I !; 'r'/crr' weekly from tbe Courier Building. W. W. AIKEN. Editor and Proprietor. PUBLISHER'S NOTICE Obituaries, resolution , cards of thanks and other matter not "news" will be •fearged for at the rate of Sc per line. Parties ordering advertising or printing far societies, churches, committees or sr- jflrirntlons of any kind will, in all cases, M held personally responsible for the payment of the bill. The way to build a city is to lluild it When sidewalks go down property values go up. living rose too high, Unity Church organized a co-operative store. It fought the wrong sort of moving pictures by giving the right sort of moving pictures in the church building, even reconstructing it to comply with the fire laws. Some of its members are troubled with expansion of the waistline, and so they organized a strollers' club and walked off the surplus. A sight- seers' club visits places of interest every now and then. The church encourages lectures...

Publication Title: Crockett Courier, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 12 June 1913

■% • I Tired Out Bilious, constipated, sallow complex- ion—all are more pronounced in the spring. At no other time does the system require an assisting force to cleanse itself as it does now. There is a long hot summer ahead of you with its slow and typhoid fe- vers. Take Liver-Lax and get ready for the drain on your system incident to hot weather. It cleans out and does away With all accumulations. Sold only by Decuir-Bishop Drug Company The Prompt Service Store Mrs. A. L. Swancoat and little daughter of San Marcos are expect- ed to arrive the first of next week to visit Mrs. Dan. J. Kennedy and Mrs. D. 0. Kiessling. Mrs. Charlotte A. Clinton of Chi- cago and son, James Clinton of Detroit, arrived last week and will spend the summer at the Clinton home near this city. Miss Verne Monday of Lovelady is visiting Miss Emory Sweetman in Palestine. From there she will go to Houston to be maid of honor in Miss Robbie May Burt's wedding. The dog lost by J. W. Woolley was a black and tan in...

Publication Title: Crockett Courier, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 12 June 1913

m i I £®';É fflSÉT *■ 'Sí ■ mm sí*" ÍH m .... r 1:1- i Si IWví" m i T¿¥ •f#,. fií ■ ÉÉÉII • JS^l- m c>t> - ; 1 If- i; * \ ' y/ fc ; * tó arVí? , áfci s ■ *> ** ,^V W "■; r '• 1 - % \Vy 1 111 -■á&V <• % S I '- * * y l'V mk mt KJM1**V « 53S#iÍÍH W. W. AIKEN, Editor and Proprietor. Thp Prnrkptt fmiripr day are over and you reP°fle at ^ ^ i night on your soldier couch our - ==_ __ j ™yere Yrijj mingle with yours and M Caai" Bulk"B|i ascend to the "God of our Father*" | imploring your preservation, and i the success of your arms in defense PUBLISHER'S NOTICE j °f th*8 88 the emblem of Con- Oblwrt . evolution.. c«d. of .h. k. Ube"y- t When victory «ad other nutter not "news" will bej shall have perched upon your *^p2^ adM^5«3«rtLtog>or'píuitío< | standard and peace and ihdepend- for societies, churches, committees or er-ence shall have crowned your beB^M°Ipm<m^y'Ira^ratsiblea'forathe efforts, how gladly will we hail your payment of the bill. Fhi This paper was rea...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 12 June 1913

For That Picnic —to insure complete success take along a case of iW/t - -D* The satisfying beverage—in field or forest; at home or in town. As pure and wholesome as it is temptingly good. Delicious—Refreshing Thirst-Quenching Demand the Genuine- Refuse substitutes. Send for Free Booklet. 2-A At Soda Fountains or Carbon- ated in Bottles. THE COCA-COLA COMPANY, ATLANTA, GA. City Ordinance. An ordinance to provide for the levying and collecting of an annual occupation tax from every firm, company or association of persons pursuing certain occupations. Section 1. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Crockett, Texas, that there shall be levied on and collected from every person, firm, company or associa- tion of persons pursuing any of the occupations named in the following subdivisions of this ordinance, an annual occupation tax which shall be paid annually in advance, except where herein otherwise provided, on every such occupation or sep- erate establishment as follows: S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 12 June 1913

Give Your Neighbor an Equal Chance By HOLLAND. ryou have been baying goods of • mall order bous* yon doubtless think It baa been to your advantage to do so Yon have believed ' that yon were saving money or were getting better goods- Let ns see If this Is true. Have yon tried to do busi- ness with your local mer- chant—your nelghbop-on the terma that the mail order house exacts? No? Then suppoee you try it Just go Into the store, plank down your cash and tell what you want Ton might even tell the merchant that you will wait a few days for the goods. See If your local merchant can't serve yon better and as cheaply as the mall order bouse. The local merchant usually extends credit for two. four or six months. The mall or- der house demands cash in advance. It uses your mon- ey as working capital. It loses nothing in Interest nothing in bed debts or on slow paying customers. Try this cash in advance plan on tbf local merchant—the man you know—and see If he can't make it to your advantag...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 19 June 1913

LTn ivmity of Xcx as Crockett Courier. > 0 I m R-. I Entered as Second-Class Matter at Crockett Poet-Office. Subscription Price 91.00 Per Annum, Payable at Crockett MOTTO: "QUALITY, NOT QUANTITY." CROCKETT, TEXAS, JUNE 19, 1913. VOLUME XXIV—NO. 21. FIRST DAY OUT WITH THE BOOSTER BUNCH. A Wonderful Trip Through a Wonderful Country—First Day Without An Accident The Crockett Booster bunch—the men who made famous the first automobile excursion over Houston county—left Crockett on time Tues- day morning. Fifteen automobiles made up the excursion train and each automobile carried from two to five men according to capacity. The excursionists were from among the city's representative business men, nearly all %of them wearing white cloth hats and linen dusters I. A. Daniel rode in the pilot car, acting in the capacity of pathfinder and guide. Latexo was the first town reached, which was on sched- ule time, and advertising was dis- tributed with great enthusiasm. From an automobile Mayor J...

Publication Title: Crockett Courier, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 19 June 1913

Trades Unmatched Prices P&f!'- Iff? IP ©1 m t?.mm i J. CL MILLAR Tailor and Men's Outfitter Five patterns only of $22.50 suitings, each $18.50 $1.50 shirts, each $1.00 For anything new, nobby and up- to-date, come to my store. I have it. €. G. Lansford Store at the Depot 25c size K. C. baking powder... 15c 10c size K. C. baking powder... .5c 50c size Capital stock or poultry food _25c 25c size Capital stock or poultry food ...15c "White Dove" flour, best on earth, AT COST. w Arledge Tailor'g Company Ujhto-Date Tailoring Cleaning and Pressing Agency here for Ineeda Laundry. Royal Theatre Will open at 10 a. m. and close at 11 p. m., and will have some es- pecially attractive pictures and fine music on their new $1000 electric piano. Admission 10c. Children under five years free. XHE business league of Crockett has raised a con- siderable fund for this day, which they will ap- ply so as to enable dealers to name extraordinary prices, and we do this to enable trade to come here, spe...

Publication Title: Crockett Courier, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 19 June 1913

I — -- - 1 Come to Crockett on June 21st Big Trades Day ^ \ Unmatched Prices White Crest Flour 48-Pound Sack, $1.40 24-Pound Sack, .75 Any dealer in Crockett will sup- ply "White Crest" at above prices on Trades Day only. This flour is the finest product of pure, soft wheat. Nothing equals it, and it retails regularly at $1.65, and worth it. All dealers have been supplied at a special price of $1.50 per sack, agree to sell at cost, and we will re- fund each 10c on every sack sold, enabling them tofaiake the unpre- cedented price of $1.40. Take ad- vantage of this offer and get ac- quainted with this flour and you will use no other. EDMISTON BROS., Distributers. rr^HE business league of Crockett has raised a con- siderable fund for this day, which they will ap- ply so as to enable dealers to name extraordinary prices, and we do this to induce trade to come here, spend a day with us, and note our advantages for serving you at all times. Crockett is the best market in East Texas in whi...

Publication Title: Crockett Courier, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 19 June 1913

- ; • ■ W&i ra: III Mmm . ¥' £<" -' !■■■■ ■P£jp&r -¿V Mk *> ^;vv:. . 1M resolutions, cards of thanks matter not "now " will be eharged for at the rate of Sc per line. i ordering advertising ur printing of any kind will, in^l ™ " _ ilble for the payment 9S99B THE THIRD Lovelady, WeMoa ul Other Towai Vis- ited—Matic, Fkwer Preseatatloa at Lovelodv tad j " One car was added to the fifteen that made the first day's trip and that made the full second day's trip for die trip on the third day, Thurs- day. The start with sixteen cars for Lovelady was on time, and Lovelady was reached ahead of time, where a hearty welcome was in store. The Lovelady band, nbted for its good music, led in the wel- coming. Mayor Young, from an automobile, made a speech along the lines as at other places. When he had finished, Miss Verne Monday, in that charming and graceful manner that is always hers, mounted the speaker's automobile and presented Mayor Young, in be- half of the people of Ijpvelad...

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