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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 8 November 1901

; m mm % THE CONROE COURIER LEE H. FRAZER, ) D t, WILL, F. BOOKMAN, f Publishers. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year $1 00 Six Months _ / SO Three Months 25 railroad time card: I. & G. N.—XOKTH BOUND. No. 12 8:33 a. m. No. 6 (The Flyer) 4:41 p. nj. south bound. No. 5 2:54 a. m. No. 11. - 5:51 p. m. G. C. & 3. F.—WEST BorxDi No. 86 8:50 a. m east bound. No. 85 7:24 p. ill TO ADVERTISERS: Copv for advertisements must be in this office not later than "Wednesday noon to insure insertion. Cards are out announcing the approaching marriage of Mr. Richard Knight to Miss Clara Anderson, which happy event will ^ occur at the Methodist church in this city at half past five o'clock, Wednesday after- noon, November 20. They will be at home to their manjr friends, in Conroe, after November 30. LOCAL ITEMS. ; An addition is being built to the Sellers building. Never try to coax a cold or (cough, use the remedy that un- failingly conquers both. Bal- • lards Horehound Syrup ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 8 November 1901

=Contoe (Courier = Feazee & Bookman, Eds. and Prop's CONROE, : : : TEXAS. tVc.f>iT=> OF &VEr< Greece may annex Crete. Minneapolis had her first appreciable enow on Oct. 28. Oil was found at a depth of 210 feet near Canton, Ills. Castro was elected provisional presi- dent of Venezuela. Nearly 22,000,000 cob pipes were made In Missouri last year. Indignities have been perpetrated ca Americans by Cossacks. Heidelburg university, Onio, has been presented with an |8000 farm. A keg of sacramental wine was stolen from a church at Russell.. Kan. Wolves are raiding chicken houses and hog pens near Ford City, Mo. Washburn college, Topeka, Kan., has received $50,000 trom a citizen of Bos- ton. During a fight at Flagstaff, Ariz., Theodore Gatlin was killed by Andrew L. Sims. George Binkley of Potter, Kai ., cfitfms to have picked fifty barrels of apples in a day. Arizona has had heavy snows. Ten inches fell at Williams, and in the ex- treme north it was deeper. Gen. Chaffee, in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 8 November 1901

Tobacco cultivation and manufac- turing in the Atlantic States is great- ly hampered for wan tof workers. Cables in the Philippines. Our government has concluded that ifiurety and secrecy can only be obtained by a cable ship owned and worked by Its own officers. To this end the first official cable vessel will be put in readiness As necessary as the cable is in times of war J-IOMietter's Stomach Bitters is. of far more importance, for it makes people well It cures indigestion, 'dyspepsia, flatulency, constipation, biliousness and nervousness also prevents malaria, fever and ague! We urge you to try it. r.ecent investigations enable New Yoik city to point to her asphalt pav- ing as the costliest, -on earth. Ladles Can Wear Shoes. One. size smaller after using1 Allen's Foot- Kaxe, a powder. It makes tight or new .Blu.ts easy. Cures swollen, hot, sweat- ing-, aching feet, ingrowing- nails, corns and bunions. All druggists and shoe stores 25c. Trial package FREE by maiL Address Allen S....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 8 November 1901

gj||Jg Education in Agriculture. The very essence of the world's wealth is found in agriculture. No matter h >capitalists may amass (arge fortunes; manufacturing' institu- ions create conditions which involve great movements of money, or busi- ness concerns make it possible for the aggregation of millions, the primary source of it all is found in the inter- minable plow-rows which check and recheck, the black, ted, and yellow loams of fertile areas everyvrjure. .Agriculture is the base of ®%human existence. It is a noble occupation and the importance of intelligent at- tention has been recognized by the thinking people of all classes. All other things are taught, and yet agri- culture exept 111 its higher branches, is a science "too simple for considera- tion." The application of scientific methods in the past few years, how- ever, has worked material changes and elevated the standard of its labor. Chemistry, analysis, and experiment "has guided effort and taught how to grow two ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 8 November 1901

IB-4KlLv 7 - f. ' , CAUTJON f The Spring- is how opened up and I wish tp call your attention to the trouble we i'lad last year with hot chops, corn meal and also w. rmy flour, orfcsed by the germinating- seas -n and hot i.eather. Look cut for a repetition of same. You are not only liable to kill one of your customers but accidentally lose one of your own fam- ily, to sav nothing of your horses and cows- ours truly, ESWiS- > \J. KcDADE. (&3£S8B Q03ffB.0]El, — — g- ■ \ monQy Another Object Lesson. It i\very singular that men in Motitgmery county who own Ian3s ad have access to almost unlimik frse pasturage, abun- dant \^tcr and good range, do not deite more attention to stock rating. It has been dem onstratea that twenty-five head of "oeeen cattle will net more Acti sold in either the 5"" K* >*-:: a.v c. tei m g! ♦ IS% r"*"' -KS Pi p M ll i U ckiu of I '"jp | HE best, of course, is the cheap- jj ! 'est. Our Drugs are always^- KM-j fresh arid pure .*. .-. jf. Houston or Fort ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 8 November 1901

\ / /v CONROE COURIER. LEE H. FRAZER, Ed. *nd Pub.. CO I>1 ROE, . . TEXAS EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. A Russian peasant became a great admirer of Japan and things; Japan- esque, grew tired of life and suicided like a Japanese. The press commission at St. Peters- burg has recommended the removal of the censorship from cartoons and de- pates of Zemstovs and other legal or- ganizations. F. M. Dunn of San Bernardino, Cal. Will bein at once to sink oil wells at Ardmore.. He regards the Ardmore oil fields as among the richest in the Southwest. It is proposed that Illinois build a replica of the Lincoln home as a State building at the Lewis and Clark Expo- sition and use some of the original Lincoln furniture. The greater portion of the business section of Springvale, Maine, together •with many dwellings, was destroyed re Friday, entailing a loss esti- mated at $300,000. Edwin J. O'Bierne and associates of Memphis, Tenn., have been granted franchise for an electric street car system in Gaines...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 9 May 1902

The Lifht That They sat on thefcou£l . her with love beaming from hi#"•yes, while her orbs flashed back an * snce that rivaled the electric "You are—you are he brea .. a x-'ss for words of affec^^ chairman o f ^^^kreth t 'gut'of my life." :ysnn;r call a and —' 01 ** ^ pftly in his EFGRl VBLir Moltr --And son Howard £ay Sunday—T^ITE V "V 'NO. 101 I By the a nth SAVAGERY IN How a Mor/" T.-6r does tot put you 'late vene out!" .he Ot£ There am<- call Tint the Place to Livi "Gracious! You don to th silent alarm that young ker, the most bashful boy noted the steady progress ">^1 pang. - nat he could mail MAY 9, 1902- no longer and he PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF ONE DOLLAR. A YEAR. Hf_ ADVANCE OONROE, MONTGOMERY COU NUMBS/ £2 Guyler Thoughts. With r. Crowl 'door k to the f'You will fir Of us all.lEE H. FRAZER.. Publisher Bu really ws, bund, open t [He did so.ijiGHTH YEAR. nd through nough the *- >-Jow KEENAN NOTES. BY SOME BOD V*. Kebnan, Texas, May 4.—Here we come with If little...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 9 May 1902

H fsini, Editor tad FARM AND FLOCK. Witn Prisoners FamitS Used of Officers URN1NQ •HOUSE IN ley and Cum* YTI REVOLUTION OVERTHROWN GOVERNMENT OF JIMENEZ. OVERNMENT WAS WEAK. Radishes are numerous. Bran is in good demand. Blackbe rates find ready sale. Jes are in abundance. □tips many-vegetables, fwberries are numerous now. There is little old corn on hand. Cabbage continues to find ready sale. Scurry and Fisher counties have he' fine rains. Johnson county crops are in fine condition. Kaffir corn will be largely planted this season in Oklahoma. QO^cres are planted in melons near Tl^BKton and Nursery, Tex. Some Collin county farmers report wheat suffering from wind and sun. I. A. Wycob sold at Llano 329 hogs. They were raised in Kimble county. S. P. Jones of Gonzales shipped eigii- ten carloads of cattle to the Territory. Twenty-two sections of rice land have ben sold around Katy, near Hous- ton. J. A. Miller of Handera sold a bunch of steers at San Antonio at 4% cents a pound. Hailst...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 9 May 1902

Hollokv Ash., Mali J^> I o o BY MARGARET BLOVNT. i/ / irrible to have to live in the with it?" Indeed it is; and I question if it U ight for you to do so. You must lake my uncle go as soon as you can." "I am sure that it is easier said than lone," sighed Mrs. Cowley. "I know what I would do," observed ^arjorie. "What, my love?" "Frighten him." "But the cradle has failed to do that" "Then I would give him something worse than a cradle. If hearing things would not scare him, I should be in- clined to try what seeing things would do." Rose clasped her hands delightedly. "I have it, Cousin Charles.. If you and Marjorie will help me, we can manag^t f;asily." fow "You ifiust be ghosts." "Tv'hat nonsense you do talk, Rose!" said Catharine. "It is not nonsense. If you or T undertake to play the part, papa would see through it at once, because ne would miss us. But he knows noth- ing of Charles' return, and he has /never seen Marjorie. They would both make capital ghosts." "There is somet...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 9 May 1902

\V r ' - • - '4 : H: FrazSR S^StosMiEd ic fifrimg/rtes.' • The Courier^* entered at the Postoffice asfseeond-class mail matter, i {fey jn MoiltgOffier . * The?folTowing table sfcows the otal t result of the d/emocratic ins . hel^I last Sa county: >ued^Every Friday. iCSIPTION PRICE: s year-i® advance, $ 1.00 rwn-xV months 50 Thr&e months 25 FRIDAY, MAY 9, 1902 CANDIDATES PLB11SHERS' NOTtCt. Obituari®, resolutions, cards of thanks or other matter not "news" will be ciiartred for at the rate of 5 cents per.line. Notices o* marriages, births and jths 4jfd all other matter of general ~ fill be published free. For Representative. We are authorized to announce HON. HAYNE NELMS of Groveton, as a candidate for Repre- sentative to the Legislature from this the Thirty-eighth Floatorial District, subject to the action of the Democratic priiB&iss. "We are authorized toannounce W. M. WILLIAMS as a candidate for Floater Representa- tive from this Floatorial District, com- j posed of the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 9 May 1902

m Hli l H Merchants and Saw THE CONROE COURIER LEK H. FRAZKR, Publisher. , PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES: One Year ... f: 00 Six Months 50 Three Months 25 RAILROAD TIME CARD: I. & G. If.—north bound. No. 12 . 9:33 a. ra. V- south bound. No. 5 . 2:55 a. m No. 11 7:05 p. m G. C. & S. F.—WEST bound. No. 86. 8:50 a east bound No. 85 7:24 p. m TO ADVERTISERS: Copy for advertisements must be in this office not later than TUESDAY noon to insure insertion. LOCAL ITEMS. The convention for NdwJLmeets to-morrow Several cars of flour were un- loaded here this week. Paints. Oils. Varnishes, etc.v at Saunders' Drug Store. Incorporate the town, and watch her grow. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. f. M. .Cabiness, a fine girl, Tuesday Quite- a crowd from Conroe spent Tuesday in the Bayou city. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. F. S Christie last Saturday, a fine girl Precinct stephenso Salt, Soap and Brooms are going this week at greatly reduced prices, because we must have room for our Packing House ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 9 May 1902

rH' FRA^er Ed" The Courier^ I*OStoffice as^gg^m kl& Bints About Cnltl- Soil and Yields jtare, Viticulture and ( for FcnlU , rte outlook for trees"vent through ""flEKi nois: The good, This uead. The prospect le general crop per csef^oJ-^ao^ are entirely gone, plums and cherries of apples. ►iTice, Iowa: From pres- rms the prospect for fruit [.season Is very good. The ind cherry blossoms are iditioii. Peach blossoms jd some of the more tender cherry, but on "--the prospects are . — Illinois: i' M^^sOts I..— .. . Vail tree *ches. • rh?'peach crop will % few buds are ready to ► into blossoms, but not • a crop. Pears and apples «1L Trees are leaving out ...as during the past two days |rch 26, 27) are bringing out the e into hay. Plowing under n poor soil is consider#^ profitable. • -V>' ^SHBS|ffiy1 Fruit I n ves tiff ft t ion* In UMsoori. The government sumlnary of the work of the Missouri- Fruit Experi- ment station,' under, the direction1 of Prof. John T. Syn*Cto, says: During th...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 9 May 1902

Chat on M«n and Affairs of Prominence at the National Capital. (Special Letter.) r ECRETARY SHAW will Jbe the story-teller of the administration as soon as he gets into harness. He [illustrates most of his prop- "ositions by anecdotes. A visitor was complaining of a man out west who had made a lot of money by accident and at the expense of worthier men. "It seems a shame that such an ass should get rich," said the visitor.^ "That reminds me," said the secre- tary, "of a man I heard of out in Iowa. He was playing seven-up one night with some friends, and although iie was a good seven-up player he could not win a game. He sat for two hours and stewed and fumed and lost stead- ily. Finally he threw down his cards in disgust and said: "The most alarm- ing tendency of the signs of the times is the enormous prosperity of dog- gone fools,' and walked out of the • room." 'JwtStig-man ~conne^£e<l witft affairs at the capitol at Washington is a de- voted believer in the germ theory of dise...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 9 May 1902

V rer. name for ision. Children plants. Some Tin ordinary soil, hfer-tilizers. re of soHje children lem from thriving food Suifo ctiil- &v nllkiflfiikatedr^ littieler- News ndent ie things grow. tptt'$ Emul- children 'strength, nv in mind, lats what we Ci.EVKLAKBDs. Tj'jExAS. May 7""— John Stubbleoldest son of j'W. H. St&bblefield. accidentally ! shot himself in his foot while on a hunt one day last week. Dr. Overton was called and succeeded -extracting' the ball- The *^?ound was very painful, but John is now up and about. Last Suunday Rev. O. P- Chambers preached at the church, and wasTl^eted by a fair au- dience at botai^holirs. Esau Baxter; the Australian snake charmer, Va-s in town one day last week, aid-grave a number of exhibitions. : The 1st of May was celebrated by a number of the young people having a dance in the hall over ^Ir. Wright's store. A aumber- ;om a distance'a'ttended and re- ^1 that they thoroughly en- ding. Poe A. V. Pollan and daughter spent Tuesday in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 16 May 1902

showen heat of s AN NOTES. SOMEBODY. * sxas. May 12.—Cloudy, xther is on us now, and the ner is felt in day time while, the nights are cool and pleasant. There was a large congregation out Sunday to hear the sermon of Rev. Herne at the Rabun school house. The | was out to hear the house was filled to ita.utmost capacity, and a great many could not -find" room. His text was on the "Identified Body of Christ, the Church of God," and it was indeed appreciated by all who heard it, and we hope to have him with us once every month this year, as he does so carefully and masterly handle the word of God in his teachings. Mr. Will Ethridge of Keenan was called by a telephone message this morning to go to see his mother, who is very sick with no hopes of recovery. Miss Mamie White of Navasota was visiting relatives at Keenan last week, and attended the ball Friday night at ^on the 9th was up-to-date, down be .ff0m everywhere was in in wjf- fl"t mtiiilcTjy Charley with plenty c'f ice cream and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 16 May 1902

nroe **. i pn . ■ - -11" &*%' FAftJW AfJD FLOCKS* are steady. Vegetables* are abundant. Timely showers revived crops. Williamson county crop prospects are fine. Strawberries continue to bring prof- itable prices. Brown county reports corn and cot- doing well. rass and water are plentiful in .Hemphill county. City 4s receiving splendid for dewberries. Coin and cotton look well around Grandview, Johnson county. Corn was never more promising around Farmersville than now. Chickasaw nation farmers and stockmen rejoice over fine rains. The recent rains in Archer county were of great benefit to the crops. An effort is being made in some lo- calities to hybridize wheat and rice. One Wjlbarger county farmer ex- to- hive 600 acres in cotton this season. aRin fell in the nick of time to save oats in vicinity of Howe, Grayson cq^aty; Mr. Borroum of Kinney cou^ijLgJpp* ped 1000 jwaart a? rgfTTe tirthe Indian tory. Grass is growing nicely in Donley county, and all crops are in excellent condi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 16 May 1902

Hig ' at Ms wsSM afls resting upon fell mm wtw# the thing at -s£3 I * watched their move- aged to spealF, bat the Upon |fl lips, and his )arch«landhoi. - they advanced towards his e nan's sad eye* fixed silently m his £aeftr-the 6&tstretched hand of black man pointing towards his Ing *h*n fhe m^b _ .. cue. It thai eiren- tliehandaimoBttoijchedhisshoqlde}-! It was too much for poor flesh and - to bear. '■ ... ~ - He gave a sort of Stifled I back in his < y -erfyp, and dashed jwrtg.thi m tec . of the hoase. at flrtt. Mrs. Cowley had somewhat to;iay. «P asa' afternoon wir' JL-* with noiseless steps, I w as in* •The glass door ■ m ing his own door, rather by instinct ttan by sight, he blundered in, upset- ting two chairs, and startling Mr3. Q^wley Jrom what was apparently her nr$t and sweetest nap, <>Whatl is the matter,' my dear?" she said, slttfcg up m bed and rubbing her •rag. "Hpve you hurt yourself?" groaned Mr. - on® ghost have X seen, we'll*, get out of this in- a.. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 16 May 1902

«*> ©f- is ente ,-*X . M FP ION, PRICE; t advance.. $ 1.00 50 25 r-r- JAY, MAY 16, 1902 jobs, ' cards of other natter not "news'' for at the rate of S Notices of marriages, "births and i and all other matter of general be published free. Representative. i to announce )N. BATKE NELMS 3n, '-as a candidate for Repre- the Legislature ftfomthis ghth Fleatorial District, f the action of the Democratic > authorized to annonnce v W. M. WILLIAMS date for Floater Representa- this t>i«tTict. com-, the con tig^f Montgomtry, in the State Leg- to the action of the . ; convention. Your support [ be most highly appreciated. ' ■ jlish writer calculates icaos are investing an d of $450,000,000 in , mostly in English secur- ' ' , may be incorporated in intnre if work continues The limits will be soon and an election ; pauper roll of Montgomery 1 *230.88 Tues- of, the Own- County Judge Nftgent y McDonald . Codnty Afty. Sullivan... Wells ..... County Clerk Griffin > Berkley District Clerk Mo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 16 May 1902

- , -A , ^Nfe^gaswMwgiBBesiaiwiMiBLJiLS&y^ags*^- - ^ . - - -... -., . .. • ; - . ' . - mmM or o ttf now on ; •- — —...*«.....Ji flO ***&& Qrrit i G. N.—SpRTE BOCHD. £*£■>'■■v." \£. ;.*>£' ?.* 4:46 p.' m. ,. y". ........2:55 a. nj. '..,. .7:05 p. m. ' «OUN . • • *. j8j5^4. n . *i * * .*>• & ■ ■■. 1 ■ ..— Of Gay Hill herBister, Mrs. 8. J. Harris. Misses Pearl Gillian left for tbeir fa. day nfTyler and Huntsvilli __ Basil Baier of Baurs subscribed for the Courier if* E- Ball andfamily of visited Mrs H W Earthman * Stewart Stowe of subscribed for ;ibe while in town. Mrs. L. B. McCoaSbs o the guest tf^Mrs. D. C. tfbarp. Dr. L,. L.L<oggins Of Willis wis in te city this week, and paid the Courier si pleasant call. _ •' *• ;;fv ' IPPPPW : -and Lucy. Farmer and Edna McDonald of ponton visited ^*sa > ♦ «♦♦ ♦« *♦f • ~ T^i rraais. •: Oils, Varm af Saunders' ng Store IP-At ft Spring .medicine Dr. Thamond's is thfe best. Sold by -c. u Saunders. SeVeral bill boards h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 16 May 1902

id grass lor sandy' «ties A soil. *** Mg 20 catalogues pound in lots, tensively con- It isj e- will to "well binding even the country where 1 the ground. It % the bushel, ^rassj (Agrostis for iawnsf t weighs 14 Red RupMrtlti. Prof. It. R. Taft, of the'Mlchigan Experiment Station, reports on four of the leading varieties of red rasp- particular, b follows: ^ - content of his if one of the first ties ta ripen and for some localities la Michigan Iz afr, the best of the earl£ kinds. The plants axe vigorous and. quite 1S" " and of good quality. Marlboro—Thebest aaaai^JHP P^-m / Cuthbert—An old, well-known vari- ety and ordinarily the mest reliable and profitable red raspberry grown. The fruit has a vinous flavor. The plants are vigorous and very produc- tive. No other red raspberry in the station collection has made sp good a showing year after year aa the Cuth- bert. . \ Golden Queen—A goldeh yellow var- '°ty belonging to the saine species as " sorjs. Very similar to Cuth- " tf plant an...

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