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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 26 March 1914

Take a Kodak WitH You Remember the home scenes, the fishing trips and outing days with a Kodak. We are agents for Eastman and Ansco Kodaks, Cameras and Supplies in reach of every man, woman and child and simple enough for a child to operate. Ask Harvey about them. j The McLean Drug Company The Rexall Store Everything in Drugs Jewelry* as Well ' Miss Kathryne Eggbom of Vir- ginia arrived last week with Mrs. Smith and Miss Smith of Culpeper and is an additional guest of Mrs. R. H. Wootters and Mrs. F. G. Ed- miston. Notice. From April 1st to September 1st the banks of Crockett will close promply at four o'clock each day, except Saturdays. Customers hav-! ing business with the banks will please take notice and get around before the closing hour. Crockett State Bank. It. First National Bank. Money- to Loan. We make a specialty of loans on land and to farmers. We buy vendors lien notes and any other good paper. If you want to borrow money you will DO WELL to call and get our terms before...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 26 March 1914

m $ : ♦ . . , p§ mi it ü$ I g£;';-v.V Ü ¡¡Si'' :- ;v1" / ¿ff"? ' v" ■mm \ TERRELL QUITS RACE FOR GOVERNORSHIP Fomer Candidate Says He WU1 Not Enter the Constructive Primaries. San Antonio, Tex., March 21.— Chester H. Terrell tonight announc- ed his withdrawal from the race for the governorship of Texas, intimat- ing that his reasons for this not un- looked for action was b conviction that the leaders among the "con- structionists" already had decided upon a candidate and that the pop- ular will would not be expressed at the convention to be held at Fort Worth on April 14. Both Mr. Terrell and his cam- paign manager, A. M. Kennedy, said that they wduld not go into «the "construction" primaries, because they desire to exercise the right of personal choice in the July pri- maries. Mr. Terrell told the News corres- pondent tonight that he will not offer for re-election to the legis- lature upon the expiration of his present term, or run for political office. Following is a signed statem...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 26 March 1914

i H Merry Moments i i * * i * • > As We Journey Through J Life Let Us Laugh ]\ by the W ay. « * 'I' 'I********* * * ■!< >1 ■' CHAIN LETTERS. 8trictly Modern. Professor Beanbrough was jubi- lant. "Ah, ha!" he cried, as he rested on his shovel. "Look what we have unearthed! I believe we have dis- covered the remains of some her- bivorous amphibian of the order plesiosauri!" Farmer Sodbuster took a good look. "Nope, you're wrong, professor," he said. "Them bones belonged to a hog I buried here two years ago last fall."—Judge. Hustle, Doc, Hustle. "Say, doc, they want you over at Frog's right away." "What's the matter now?" "They're afraid the old man's go- ing to croak."—Pittsburgh Press. Lack of Realism. Exe—What ridiculous, impossible things these fashion plates are. Mrs? Exe—I know they used to be, but today many of them are en- graved from photographs. Exe—Well, this one can't be. Here are two women going in oppo- site directions, both with brand new gowns on, and neither ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 26 March 1914

HttsS ■fcpay The Unseen Worth of Queen Quality Shoes I i V.1 ii I i ' 1 ■ T One sees at a glance the style and beauty of Queen Quality shoes, but the more important details one does not see. For example, one doesn't see the care that is used to select only the finest leather and other materials; one does not see the special process that results in the wonderful flexibility of the sole which makes "breaking in" unknown to Queen Quality wear- ers; one does not realize the amount of thought necessary in designing new and exclusive models. It is things you don't see that ac- count for the wonderful popularity of Queen Quality shoes. Jas. S. Shivers & Company Has the Sole Agency The above is a picture of the factory where is made the shoe without a peer, the shoe that eliminates all embarrassment of slouchy footwear—the celebrated &//OBS "I Should Worry!" A Delight to the Eye and Foot Women are splendid judges of quality and style. No amount of talk could build up the immense Que...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 2 April 1914

University Library Austin ; # j-$| t ' She 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, APRIL 2, 1914. VOLUME XXV—NO. 10 IN THE DISTRICT COURT. Commissioners1 Court Paid Finance Com- mittee Claim—Cases Against County Commissioners Dismissed. The claim of the finance commit- tee for serving overtime was finally paid by the commissioners' court. The commissioners, through the county judge, presented their side of the case to the district judge, holding in effect that they were without legal authority to allow the claim. District Judge Prince ruled that the expense was a legal one against Houston county and insisted that the claim be paid. The commissioners' court then de- cided to accept Judge Prince's ruling as their authority for allowing pay- ment of the claim and authorized the county treasurer to issue the necessary warrants, amounting to $171. The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 2 April 1914

:ií? -í" ■ 42 $SsÍm& \ EASTER SALE Starts Saturday, April 4, 1914 - And Will Last EigHt Days mggg* Closing Saturday, April 11, 1914 In order to make your Easter shopping easy we are going to have a special sale so you can buy your Easter frock for much less than you could any other time. It will be worth your time to visit our millinery department—special prices on all millinery—all ladies' hats (DO *7C worth $5.00, Easter sale price One lot of wide embroidery edging,,worth 20c per yard, to be placed on sale for, per yard v. 10c One lot of embroidery and insertion to match, worth QVz and 7c r. per yard, to be placed on sale for, per yard Qv Wide embroidery voile, nice for skirts and dresses, worth 35c per AA. yard, Easter Sale price, per yard J tOv One-pound can talcum powder, worth 25c, Easter Sale price " _ One-pound can talcum powder, Easter Sale price Peroxide of Hydrogen, worth 35c, Easter Sale price m¡nS Pearl buttons, Easter Sale price, 2 cards for... Safety pins, Easter ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 2 April 1914

Spring Clothes Shoes Kirsch&Vmbothes ALL WOOL WAND tul LOO ED There is Real Class and Value to Our $15 Suit because it is a and we sell Kirschbaum clothes because the A. B. Kirschbaum Co. guarantees them to you and to us as all wool, London- shrunk, hand-tailored and sewed at all points of strain with silk thread. This guarantee in printed form accompanies your Kirschbaum suit—mighty good picking for the mán who wants _ to look his best this spring and summer. Copyrighted 1911 A. B. KIRSCHBAUM & CO. Quality Paramount In Shoes There is a price limit in shoes below which one cannot safely go. We believe you can buy shoes here for as low a price as will insure satisfactory quality. We endeavor to make our shoes a sound in- vestment. We never care to deal in merchandise in which there is an element of doubt as to quality. We cannot afford to speculate. Your confidence is worth too much to us. Furthermore, we must make good any purchase that doesn't give satisfaction—so we must b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 2 April 1914

The Crockett Courier ys 11 from tüe Courier Building. W. W. AIKEN, Editor and Proprietor. PUBLISHER'S NOTICE. Obituaries, resolutions, cards of thanks and 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- Knizations of any kind will, in all cases, held personally responsible for the payment of the bill. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The Courier is authorized to make the following announcements for ' office, subject to the action of a democratic primary: For District Attorney J. J. Bishop of Henderson County For Representative Nat Patton J. R. Hairston For County Judge C. M. Ellis E. Winfree G. B. Wilson For County Attorney B. F. Dent For District Clerk John D. Morgan For County Clerk O. C. Goodwin A. S. Moore For Tax Assessor John R. Beeson John H. Ellis H. P. English For Tax Collector Geo. H. Denny For County Treasurer Ney Sheridan For SherifF R. J. (Bob) Spence 0. B. (Deb) Hale A. W. Phillip...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 2 April 1914

Take a. Kodak WitH You Remember the home scenes, the fishing trips and outing days with a Kodak. We are agents for Eastman and Ansco Kodaks, Cameras and Supplies in reach of every man, woman and child and simple enough for a child to operate. Ask Harvey about them. The McLean Drug Company The Rexall Store The pastors and members of the churches of Crockett invite every- body to attend some church on "Go-to-Church Sunday," next Sun- day, April 5. A Tom Ball Club was organized at Crockett Saturday with a signed- up membership of 206. J. W. Hail was elected chairman and Geo. W. Crook secretary. Clubs were or- ganized in other precincts over the county. * The automobile register shows two new numbers. The last num- ber is 60 and is owned by Rev. M. L. Sheppard of this city. No. 59 is owned at Ratcliff and is a Ford touring car. No. 60 is a Ford roadster. Mebane Cotton Seed. 200 bushels Mebane cotton seed, picked before bad weather, for sale by J. G. Webb at Porter Springs, Crockett Rout...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 2 April 1914

& V ' \ I;, H sW- iff fe'-wf MUTUAL MOVIE STAR MEETS PROMINENT SUFFRAGETTES \ wx'mssm Gearless Lulu \ / IAIEZ /*\l LHOLLAND I^troduci/SG "OURL. fAUTUAL GIRL"is HARRIET 5TANTON BLATCH ACTIVE work with the leading celebrities identified with the suffrage move- ment in New York City added another valuable chapter to the many and varied experiences which ha\Vs come to Norma Phillips, the talented young ' moving picture actress appearing in the unique film, entitled "Our Mutual Girl." Few American girls in the history of our country have been placed in a position where they could enjoy the society of so many well known public characters in the short space of time that this young actress has taken t® add to her list of acquaintances the most talked of men and women in the world. Her latest interesting experience be^an with her introduction to tlie noted suffragettes, Mrs. Harriet Stanton Blatch, Mrs. James Cooley, and Mrs. Snyder. "Our Mutual Girl" became a warm friend of the prominen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 2 April 1914

/ : Mules! We have a car load of small, gentle, broke mules. They are cheap and just the kind to farm with. We also have some large brood mares (the mortgage lifters). Remember, too, we can save you money on feed. HAIL & McLEAN Crockett Lumber Co. 44' The F laning Mill" v i $75 In Gold > will be given to the Church or So- ciety saving and turning in the most wrappers taken from CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP and Cartons of SEA FOAM NAPTHA WASHING POWDER to The First National Bank by 4 p. m. Saturday, June 20,1914. HERE IS THE PLAN Save your wrappers and cartons taken from Crystal White Laundry Soap and Sea Foam Naptha Washing Pow- der until you have them in lots of fifty or more; take them to the First National Bank and they will give you a coupon good for one vo^e for every wrapper or carton turned in. Now is the time to help your Church or Society, and not cost you a cent, as Crystal White is as good a laundry soap as money can buy, and Sea Foam Naptha Powder is one of the best full-po...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 2 April 1914

i -?- m m Sí': fe M ■■ %. ü For Men—Above All Wear the Barry Shoe The shoe for men that is in a class to itself for snap, comfort and durability—in all the new lasts, na mely: The Tango, Plaza, Summet, Wasp, Stiand and K. D. in white canvas, white buck, patent, gun metal, vici kid and glazed kangaroo, and the prices run as follows: $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00. These are the latest creations in men's low quarter shoes, and for wear, style and comfort they are, as named, ABOVE ALL. Come in and try a pair on and be convinced. Yours for better shoes, Jas. S. Shivers & Company Sole Agency The above is a picture of the factory where is made the shoe without a peer, the shoe that eliminates all embarrassment of slouchy footwear—the celebrated &//OBS "I Should Worry!" A Delight to the Eye and Foot Women are splendid judges of quality and style. No amount of talk could build up the immense Queen Quality business unless the shoe gave the best in style, fit, comfort and wearing quali...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 9 April 1914

University Library Anahn She Crockett Cornier. Entered as Second-Class Matter at Crockett Post-Office. Subscription Price $1.00 Per Annum. Payable at Crockett MOTTO: "QUALITY, NOT QUANTITY." CROCKETT, TEXAS, \PRIL 9, 1914. VOLUME XXV—NO. 11. OF THE Airdome Theatre Thursday, 4 j. APRIL ID 111 General VILLA in Mutual Movies BIG SIX-REEL FEATURE "BETWEEN SAVAGE AND TIGER" Friday, April 17 THE WAR IN MEXICO General Villa in Active Battle Don't Miss These Big Features County Convention Proceedings. Crockett, Texas, April 6, 1914. The democratic county conven- tion held in Crockett, Houston coun- ty, Texas, at 1:30 o'clpck p. m., April 6, 1914, was called to order by W. B. Collins, county chairman, who stated the purpose of the con- vention. C. C. Allen was put in nomination and duly seconded for secretary of this convention and was elected by a unanimous vote. On motion duly seconded the chair- man appointed the following com- mittee: D. A. Nunn, Crockett; I. J. Hartt, Lovelady; T. S. Co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 9 April 1914

PffSP w* %*-■*< • '• v ; I ' Watch Ds-It Will Pay You Every week we put out some special low price bargains for just a few days, prices that we could not make regularly. Not only that, but we are in a position to show you the finest and latest merchandise that can be found. 1 Easter1 Is Right at Hand Shop early. You will find assortments are better now than they will be later, and you have a standing welcome to visit this store. Specials for Saturday and Next Week This week we have just received a shipment of ladies' skirts and dresses. These are just from the manufacturer and consist of all the latest styles and prices will start at - Checked Nainsook, 36 inches wide, Saturday and next week special, 12 yards for $1.50 $1.00 English Long Cloth, hice and soft, 36 inches wide, Saturday and next week, 12 yards for $1.00 Bleached domestic, regular 10c quality, Satur- <TM rvrj day and next week, 14 yards to each customer «Pl.UU Specials for Saturday and Next Week Turkish Bath Towel...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 9 April 1914

Spring Clothes and Shoes \ KirschbaTmbothes AU. wool Copyrighted 1911 A. B. KIRSCHBAUM & CO. There is Real Class and Value to Our $15 Suit because it is a r Kirschbaum I and we sell Kirschbaum clothes because the A. B. Kirschbaum Co. guarantees them to you and to us as all wool, London- shrunk, hand-tailored and sewed at all points of strain with silk thread. This guarantee in printed "form accompanies your Kirschbaum suit—mighty good picking for the man who wants to look his best this spring and summer. Quality Paramount In Shoes There is a price limit in shoes below which one cannot safely go. We believe you can buy shoes here for as low a price as will insure satisfactory quality. We endeavor to make our shoes a sound in- vestment. We never care to deal in merchandise in which there is an element of doubt as to quality. We cannot afford to speculate. Your confidence is worth too much to us. Furthermore, we must make good any purchase that doesn't give satisfaction—so we must ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 9 April 1914

A* fa®-® S«$fe, •' ■ _~t Ilt^: Í fill ■,, •4 t?kx'-.'! ■ i! ■• ■ MVr Wmm m III *., lP^k-7' -'-y The Crockett courier |Mued weekly from the Courier Building. : W. W. AIKEN. Editor and Proprietor. l^auk in the next democratic state platform, for did they not get the Tennessee governorship as a result oc prohibition and republican fu- s on? The thing to do is to vote for a governor this year and then PUBLISHER'S NOTICE. ;vote on the prohibition question ihituaries. resolutions, cards of thanks whenever it presents itself, sepa- ani other matter not "news" will be I rately and distinct from any can- didate's race for office. Jo vote on for at the rate of 5c per line, Parties ordering advertising or printing 4 r societies, churches, committees or or- ganizations of any kind will. in all cases, be held personally responsible for the payment of the bill. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The Courier is authorized to make the following announcements for effice, subject to the action of a democratic primary: F...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 9 April 1914

When In Doubt Go to the McLean Drug Company, the Rexall Store, for you can buy the best of any line of them. REXALL REMEDIES AND SUNDRIES EASTMAN KODAKS ANSCO CAMERAS HARRISON BROTHERS' PAINTS SHERWIN-WILLIAMS' PAINTS and everything else we carry equally as good. The McLean Drug Company The Rexall Store Everything in Drugs Jewelry as Well j "Go to church" Sunday was a success at all the churches. The i thing to do now is to make every Sunday a "Go to church" day. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Rogers of Pat- terson Lake were shopping in Crockett this week. Mr. Rogers ! did not forget the Courier while here. Money to Loan. We make a specialty of loans on land and to farmers. We buy vendors lien notes and any other good paper. If you want to borrow money you wUl DO WEILL to call and get our terms before placing your loan. We buy and sell real estate. Warfield Oros. Mrs. S. E. Marshall and grand- daughter, Miss Mary Lee Benedict, ¡have returned from Whitewright | and are again with Mrs. Thomas Sel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 9 April 1914

t&ky tV-' \á i Í ptíi1'. 5 mk Bpjf ' \ ffiwl pif 1 lií ssplir V '/■' siü?SI £1$ <•«$>* ? f j SeW i '• ^í.í'^>T íí.' S%;¿ - MÉI : I HEkí k®0;: wé'Wi i"0Mt k ^:M0- iPt^ ¡V>'V''..' - ;. . . g pl( . • Sy. V .: '•' ,.. ífi vV v;:>l'.. .'fft . CHAIRMAN OF ANTIS RESIGNS HIS PLACE. B. T. Barry of Dallas Refuses to Act ft Arranging Meeting at Fort Worth. Dallas, Tex., April 1.—Bryan T. Barry of Dallas, chairman of the committee appointed to arrange for holding the convention of "construc- tive" democrats in Fort Worth, to- night resigned from his position as chairman of this committee and gave notice that he will proceed no further in connection with the fort Worth meeting. Mr. Barry's formal statement of withdrawal from the convention was given out after a lengthy con- ference with Senator Quintus U. Watson of Giddings. Senator Wat- son declined to discuss the matter further than to say that he thought "Mr. Barry's statement tells enough, don't it?" "Dallas, Tex., April 1...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 9 April 1914

1 - Our Mutual Girl" Chummy with Famous Star of the Stage CURIOUS JAPANESE LAMP. 1 1 ■ lllllpl • UACtC PlCKFORP-JPOROTriY <3-l<3Hr^- /1E7SKY W/^LTHALL IN "THE-MYSTERIOUS SHOT* A RELIANCE: MUTUAL MOVIE"* NEW MUTUAL MOVIE DRAMA W: H • § «marrar* TTU7VJ1L <f/Jr£ CHfiT /ft ce/vr/eac mre/C o. C€DTIZf)C Margaret, "Our Mutual Girl," stepped with her aunt into the big auto- mobile on a bright sunny morning on their way down Madison Avenue, the party halted for an inspection of the home of the late J. Pierpont Morgan. Here, too, was the art gallery where the great financier had collected famous paintings and art objects valued at millions of dollars. From there the party went for a little spin through Central Park, when Margaret's aunt spied Blanche Ring, the famous musical comedy actress, now starring in "When Claudia Smiles." Our Mutual Girl was quickly In- troduced to Miss Ring and the little country lass promised to see the star that evaping at the theatre. From there Margaret a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 9 April 1914

|||i • mi- • ■ !£>.'.' w Á PI ijfc ^¿aSSs mm For Men—Above All Wear the Barry Shoe The shoe for men that is in a class to itself for snap, comfort and durability—in all the new lasts, namely: The Tango, Plaza, Summet, Wasp, Strand and K. D. in white canvas, white buck, patent, gun metal, vici kid and glazed kangaroo, and the prices run as follows: $3.50, $4.00, $4.50 and $5.00. These are the latest creations in men's low quarter shoes, and for wear, style and comfort they are, as named, ABOVE ALL. Come in and try a pair on and be convinced. Yours for better shoes, Jas. S. Shivers & Company Sole Agenoy The above is a picture of the factory where is made the shoe without a peer, the shoe that eliminates all embarrassment of slouchy footwear—the celebrated *S//OJ£S "I. Should Worry!" A Delight to the Eye and Foot Women are splendid judges cf* quality and style. No amount of talk could build up the immense Queen Quality business unless the shoe gave the best in style, fit, comfor...

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