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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 16 May 1902

,-V ,THE HUMOR OP LIFE. JOKES AMD JESTS GROUND OUT BY THE OFFICIAL HUMORISTS. M Captain Baa EH« Own Idn of Pirate*—Put Explains His Seeming Dhcoortw;—Professional Men Tell of ® Troublesome Trio. Had a Tse for Him. The photographer labored indus- triously. He got out a jumping-jack and various other toys, and in the course of half an hour or so he had the baby crowing and laughing. Then he took the picture. "You're a wonder," said the father. "I flatter myself," returned the pho- tographer, "that I am pretty good at my business." "The best ever," asserted the father. "If you can do that with the baby as a regular thing, I'd give you board and lodging free just to have you in my house nights." Katnrally lie Was Interested, "You talk mighty glib about the cor- ruption in this ward," interrupted a sallow faced man in the audience. "What business is it of yours? Have you got any permanent investments in this ward?" "Yes, I have," thundered the orator. "Fellow citizens, I once lent that m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 16 May 1902

% l,and on 'starve, as boor. else to live ~W. News The Cley jlood, rid 'Sj is food. When Emulsion Cleveland, TexSXST MSy 13.— A. V. Pollan spent last Saturday at Livingston. # Gus-Garvey, Prof. C. N. Smith, J. W,Griffin, Prof. Stegall and several other of our citizens spent several days this week at Lib- erty. Wm. Pitts, Misses. Aim a Pollan and Dora Korick spent' Saturday and S mday ai Cold Springs. One of our fellow-townsmen has a case against him in the l an Jacinto county court for sell- ing Peruna without licence to sell intoxicating drinks. The Elnore B HoteK opened [ for free sample, s you. F Chemists New York. Iruggiste. 'illis. May 13.—Elec- 'not yet over, and lifferent sides still, fs are being made 3ge hotel by the galleries, etc., Ist'ess still fere finds il patron- Jd for the lict of the [is that no Foduces better in' Willis- fising teachers, and McDonald, work since the illpox hostilities, rood ^attendance. ?nt" exercises id to with srs ool iX at ming sets the [last Su...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 8 August 1902

V I jjXrom April, I& ^ (entitled under laTfOtlii 'Excess drawn . . ■ \ ' .... The Conroe Courier. • .'orld have ^ You^ves arp and clea«- as a lake of ice arid teeth lik—2! usual, my darling;, unless it getfcng- from Rabb & PUBLJSMED IN THE INTEREST OF COWKMT AND MONTOOMSftY COUNTY ONE DOLLAR. A YEAR. IN CONROE, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 8„ 1902- r-' / numbI. PJEAC^l S | , DACUS DOINGS. | Wilburton Items. (1 v by richilieu. r^mber SuXliay— Special Correspondenee to The Coirier. Dacus, Tesxas, August 2.— C. P. Welch, w&o has beei at- tending the Nominal at fosen- burg, arrived at home- Saturday. There were a goodly • of visitors at Bethel too numerous to mention. The singing at W. L. Goo&n s last Sunday afternoon was a?,- ; joyed very much by the young people. Mrs. Atterberry and Miss Belle Poole were baptized Sunday, M- M. Welch officiating. Rains of last week started Mr. Boll Weevil on his tour of de- struction. Never-the-less, the rain did a gretdea &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 8 August 1902

>OME STARTLJRG FACTS. -—CRAMP JURY'S REPORT, ^ith a Minority Report and the Findings of tHe Investigating Com- mittee. THE STATE OF TEXAS, County o Montgomery. In the Dstrict Court of Montgomery County, Texas, July Term, 1902. To the Honorable L. B. Hightower, Judge of said Court: We, the Grand Jury, beg to report that we have made a careful examination into all violations of the law committed in Montgomery County that have come to our knowledge and have returned into Court 11 bills of indictment of the of- fenses of the grade of felony and 55 bills jf indictment of the offenses of the grade of misdemeanor, total 66. We are gratified to state that with the exception of three or four homicides there have been very few offenses com- mitted in this County since the last term of this Court of the grade of felony and we have found that crime on the whole is on the decrease in this County. We have made examinations of the County Jail and find the same in good sanitary condition and we ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 8 August 1902

jm 'rom April, i& • m ?rititled under la'lOllSf • f Excess drawn ..ountv Permanent 4,812.93 At ;orld have yot^ $45,720.88 Youdtyes -u ... -arp and clear, and'"5^<^^re is 110 bond or any other evj- ij ;AVl Mo„.gorry County bor- getting from RaW? & Sterrett's,', nenit School Fund this loan of $4,812.93. __L _ rin.rnr TC*"~ 0 ' " cou^ aljout this loan is as follows: F£Ai}l/VA Ii 1889. Book "B/f ^age 527, Commissioners Min- ^ - '*>- ' It appearing to the Court tha., the County of Montgomery is indebted to the Permanent School Fund of the County in lrf the sum of $3768. heretofeo'e borrowed by the Court and ordered to be expended in tlhe general indebtedness of the County, the County Judge is authorized to execute a bond to the said Permanent School Ljpnd for the said amount, payable 'i^ears after date with interest at the rate of 6 per cent per , until paid. Said interest to be ^ , i Si & tates that he carries no "Privilege created.': ii the Commissioners Court is to a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 8 August 1902

1 rietor. is entered at She Conroe second-class mail matter. il Every Friday. T : SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: One year in advance. . . Six months Three months FRIDAY, AUGUST 8, 1902 PUBLISHERS' NOTICE. Obituaries, resolutions, cards of thanks or other matter not "news" •will be charged for at the rate of 5 cents per line. Notices of marriages, births and deaths and all other matter of general k interest will be published free. for representative HON. HAYNE NELMS of groveion rohibition Mass Meeting. \ „ public mass meeting is here- called for all people in Mont- amery county interested in the -ohibition movement to meet at court house in Conroe at 2 ock p. m., August 16, 1902, |the purpose of^completingthe ipization of the prohibition and for the transaction Tch other business as may be .ecessary in the interest of said k movement. W. Lewis, Ben T. Laws, n Secretary. Chairman. During Governor Sayers' terms charters for corporations 7e been filed. kthe local option election for Jy county Satu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 8 August 1902

J* Mag <*m ^ ...... \ 'T:- ■ v-':] TT rn?F*m :t i^ious,?" Kitty Dear, from April. i{ fntitled under 1#' f Excess drawn WJ s - . rorld have you been doing to yourself? You^ves i arp and clear, and your s'tin is as smooth as a l ke of ice arpd teeth like pearls." "Nothing at all un- usual, ;Biy darling! unless it is the new Flpur we have been getting from Rabr> & Sterrett's." PEACOCK IS THE BRAND ., id s. I THE CONROE COURIER U£i£ H. 8PRAZER, Publisher. - PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY subscription RATES DNE YBAR Six Months.— jj Tkrkk Months — ..$1 00 SO .. 25 RAILROAD TIME CARD: I. & G. N.—north bound. No. 12 • •• 9:33 a- m- No. 6(®fee'^ly«")-- 4:46 P* m- 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'm east bound. No. 7:24 P- m Aimou ncements. For County Judge—C. W. Nugent. For Couwty Attorney—J. E.Wells. For Commrsr Clerk—W. F. Griffin. For District Cierk—Alf Morris, jr. For Tax Assessor—J. W. Simonton. For TaxCoiabctor- H.W....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 8 August 1902

y (Continued from page 3.) Judge Nugent stated to this committee that this amount was in the bank of Tharp & Griffith to the credit of C. W. Nugent as County fudge. THARP & GRIFFITH, BANKERS. Conroe, Texas, July 25, 1902. To the Honorables S. S. Griffith, W. M. Poole, J. L. M. Pirtle. Dear Sirs: This certifies that C. W. Nugent, County Judge, has on deposit in this bank fourteen hundred, eight 33-100 dollars ($1408.33). Yours truly, THARP & GRIFFITH, Laws. Judge Nugent, again appearing l>efore this committee, stated he had overlooked the most important collection made by him, viz: Mrs. S. E. Gibbs, April 14, 1899, $803. Mr. W. P. Terrell, County Treasurer informed us no collec- tions on these notes had ever been paid over to him as treasurer by C. W. Nugent County Judge. The folowing receipts were handed to your committee 011 Monday, 28th of July. 1902. by Judge C. W. Nugent: Conroe, Texas, July 28, 1902. Received of C. W. Nugent, County Judge, the sum of one hundred,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 8 August 1902

■ • / * PP" \ / • i '•/ * ' •- -.• 'J IE; v*- \ • ^ 259- 288. 289. 8 10 •/ 24 00 30 00 18 00 Total From April, 1898, to April, 1900: Entitled under law, art. 4390a, R. C. S.. Excess drawn I • 4 • 4 • 3 . 2 • 9 ■ 4 .11 . 10 9 4 $12 00 12 OO 9 00 6 00 27 00 12 00 33 00 30 00 27 00 12 00 '$129 00 $30 00 99 00 $190.00 $30 00 From April, 1900, to April, 1901: Entitled under law, art. 4390a, R. C. S Excess drawn • • *6° 00 Page. No. of Days. " Amount of Warrant Issued. $18 00 " 3 00 6 00 6 00 15 00 18 00 $66 00 Total From April, 1901, to November, 1901: ► This was drawn under the "old law" governing supervisors of roads and bridges, which would make an excess under the law of the sum of $51. Commissioner of Supervisors of roads and bridges begun under the new law in November, 190L February term, 1902—No number of days . Special term—5 days - May term—2 1-2 days Special term—7 days $15 00 10 00 5 00 14 00 Total ' $4400 This new law began in , 1901^ (See acts of Legislature.) Total excess a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 8 August 1902

w Montgomery News. S. M. SMITH. Local Editor Office, Main Street. Montgomery, Texas, August 5, 1903. $t.Wa Year. New Cotton. The first two bales of cotton of this season came in to-day (Tuesday). They were brought in by colored farmers. Granted Licenses. At the Baptist prayer meeting and Conference last Thursday night H. A. (Pig) Peynghaus was granted license to preach His friends expect him to make his mark in this world and do great good. Protracted Meeting. A protracted meeting, conduct- ed by O. P. Stark, the pastor, and assisted by Rev. T. W. Boyn- ton of Conroe, will begin at Mt. Pleasant, Saturday night, Au- gust 9. A good meeting is expected. Fine Apples. J. W. Simonton brought to town this week fine specimens of apples grown on his farm south of town. The largest apples were the size of an ordi- nary teacup. This proves that apples will grow as well here as anywhere if they are only culti- vated. The Rock Island. Messrs. T. P. Priddie and R. -J. Sullivan left last Saturday ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 15 August 1902

t • ~ ; . ii&c >ju.,£ h&Z'Ji : / The Con roe Courier. mm LEE H. F8AZER-, Publisher PUBLISHED IN THE INTEREST OF CONROE AND MONTGOMERY COUNTY ONE DOLLAR. A TEAR. IK ADVANCE EIGHTH YEAR. CONROE, MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 15, 1902. m NUMBER 46 The Cleveland News. Special Correspondence to The Courier. Cleveland, Tex.. Aug. 11.— Mrs. W. B. Everett of Livingston passed through our town last Monday morning en route to Tarkington to visit her sister. She was accompanied by her two toys. J. T. Bryan, a prosperous mer- chantof New Caney, was in town ene day last week. A number of our citizens spent several days last week at Galves- ton. The H. E. & W. T. rail- road ran an excursion for the oc- casion and all who went had a very pleasant trip. Last Friday night a drunken man boarded the Santa Fe near Waukegan and proceeded to try to run the train to suit his own convenience and to the terror of passengers. But the way of the transgressor is hard. He was reproved ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 15 August 1902

\Conroe Courier TERRIBLE BATTLE. un H. FBAXxm, Editor ud Propria tor. 'OONROE, : t TEXAS. EVENTS OP EVERYWHERE. Tucany had earthquake shocks. Indiana has an immense grain crop. Prime Minister Sagasta of Spain Irishes to retira. New Jersey Is to build a home for ln- httlgent consumptives. pwata, I. T., has a new bank with a stock of $25,000. yf. W>iM. Brashear, president of the ^ wa Stat^college at Ames, is dead. George wX^ohnson was shot and killed by chickenxthieves at Lexington, Ho. Roman Catholic Sisters Loretto will erect a $200,000 school at Kansas City. Charles W. Campbell, a leading busi- ness man of Ocala. Fla., died in that city. Over 600 court cases were disposed of • In the Indian Territory during the last fiscal year. Sixteen convicts blew a hole in the Tennessee penitentiary at Nashville and escaped. W. M. Hartes, a well known Little Rock contractor and builder, suicided by shooting himself. One of the public play grounds at Kansas City for children is to be fitted w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 15 August 1902

m: w f ■ a : club. . ng msn ailed to ustln. ik, cap. anlzed. ale AI- drown- , wa al ail he Pe- i hare d. was three ir the y the show •reaae ounty that i por- :e of all. 9how >153,- 05. osen ' and lton, oany nger June light west wat- >red last Ues Isle Jar- md ItaJ at rill / 1 V ; f\ t -ill — I \ I I Scourge <^Da.ma.scus v A Story of the Ea.st... By SYLVANUS COBB. JR. Copyrighted 1891 by Robert Bonner's Sons. INTRODUCTION. Horam, King of Damascus, then at Its glory as the zenith city of the east, bemoaned the coming of old age without prospective heir to the throne. In his younger days he had loved Helen, his queen, but fearing that she was disloyal to him had her cast into the black, swift flowing Phorpar. At the time the story opens Ulin. the daughter of Aboul Cassem. the king's prime minister, three times dreams that she has become the wife of the king and that a son being born to them is heir to the throne. Cassein tells the story to the king. The latter having long admi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 15 August 1902

THE CONROE COURIER the Voters of Mont gomery County. Put the Burden—Mfhere it Belongs. Trial Fees Refunded. I<8s H. Fkazer Editor ■and Proprietor. The Courier is entered at the Conroe Postoffice as second-class mail matter issued Every Friday. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE One year in advance $ 1.00 Six months •... 50 Three months ' 25 FRIDAY, AUGUST IS, 1902 PUBLISHERS' NOTICE. Obituaries, resolutions, cards of \thjyiks or other matter not "news" will be charg-ed for at the rate of 5 cents per linfe. , Notices of marriages, births and deaths and all other matter of general interest will be published free. for representative HON. HAYNE NELMS of groveton Prohibition Mass Meeting. f A public mass meeling is here- by called for all people in Mont- gomery county interested in the prohibition movement to meet at the court house in Conroe at 2 o'clock p. m., August 16, 1902, for the purpose of completing the organization of the prohibition campaign and for the transaction of such other business a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 15 August 1902

• •- ;*r' -- My Gracious, Kitty Dear, What in this wide-world have you been doing to yourself? You eyes are so sharp and clear, and your s':in is as smooth as a lake of ice and teeth like pearls." "Nothing- at all un- usual, my darling, unless it is the new Flour we have been getting from Rabb & Sterrett's." PEACOCK IS THE BRAND • • • • T THE CONROE COURIER LEE H. FRAZER, Publisher. PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Owe Year 00 Six Months - 50 t i ree Months - 25 RAILROAD TIME CARD: I. & G. N.—north bound. No. 12 9:^3 a- m- No. 6 (The Flyer) 4:46 P- m- south bound. No. 2:55 a" m" No. 7:05 p- m- <£. C. & S. F.—west bot7nd. No. 86 8:50 a- m east bound. No. 35 7:24 P"m Announcements. For County Judge—C. W. Nugent. For County Attorney—J. E.Wells. For County Clerk—W^-Griffin. For District Clerk—Alt Morris, jr. vOH Tax Assessor—J • W. Simon ton. ■?-oe Tax Collector- H. W.t-arr. For County Treas.—w. p; For County Commis.—C. 1. uardy. For Sheriff—Mabin A. Anderson. C...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 15 August 1902

irte Famous Hot Springs o f Arkansas. Br act of congress in 1832. the gov- ernment became owner of seventy- two of the hot springs 01 Arkansas and dedicated them to the people of the United States, as a national sai-.- tariuni to be forever free from sale or aliecation. Hot Springs is a case of Uncle Sam. Wherever yon nirn government proprietorship aiid government regu- lations confront you. If is Uncle Sam all around until you begin to feel that at the next turn you will meet the benevolent old gentleman himself, with his high hat. spike-tail coat and spangled banner trousers. He l as done more for Hot Springs than t'or any other spot in the coun- try. except Washington. He has filled It with beautiful parks, planted trees, shrubs and gardens, erected marble fountains and pavilions, constructed fifteen m'las of drives, splendidly graded and wir ding to the tops of the mountains, affording charming: views of the surrounding country. To the south of the Springs is the great Ouachita ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 15 August 1902

m. KING EDWARD'S HOME (Special Letter.) UCKINGHAM PALACE is to- day one of London's most comfortable mansions. Ex- tensive alterations were car- ried out at the beginning of the year, and the private apartments ★ere completely modernized. His majesty's suite of rooms is sit- oated in the right wing, looking on to the gardens, which run up Constl tution Hill. They are forty acres in extent; a particular feature of them is the lake, covering no less than five acres. There are boats on it, and at royal garden parties they are man- ned by the royal watermen in their The ballroom, which is 100 feet by GO feet, by 45 feet in height, is a magnificent apartment. It was com- pleted in 1856, and is said to hava cost £300,000. The ceiling is mag- nificently painted, and running around beneath the frieze are copies of Raphael's "Twelve Hours." At one end. stas.<is the organ, which was for- merly in the Brighton pavilion, and beneath It is a hanging of crimson and gold, once the tent of Tippo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 15 August 1902

\ * • j gomery i i ft '• i H*L t' • ¥ i '}. . /> . S. M. SMITH. Local Editor € ice. Main Street. Montgomery, Texas, August 5, 1902. Sbl. 00 a>xear. The Barbecue. The various committees for the barbecue, which is to occur on August 20, are earnestly at work to have everything on time. The lumber is being put on the & ?>eind for the tables and seats. Men of experience have been e ployed to barbecue the meats. Low rates have been secured oror the Santa Fe from all sta- ir an s on 'he Navasota branch, ami tickets will be on sale at the various stations on August 19 a 20. ChII on your local ticket agent for rates. Winston H. Vance of the Tyler, deputy W. of W., will deliver an a.f<iress on Woodcraft. A large crowd of Sovereigns are expected. Navasota, Anderson, Conroe and Will is camps are invited, and all ether Sovereigns will be welcome. The reception committee is composed of the following Sov- ereigns: W. H. Bailey, jr., Sov. Com.; W. H. Bailey, Sr., clerk; I>r- Yov...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 29 August 1902

The Con roe Courier. LEE H. F8AZER., Publisher PUBLISHED? If*! ThHE INTEREST OF CGMffOB AMD MONTGOMERY COtfMTT ONE B0UAR. A YEAR. I3KADVANCE 1IGHTH YEAR. CONROE,. Mj©£ETGOMERY COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 1902. NUMBER 48 NEW CANEY NEWS jj Special Correspondence to The Courier. New Casey, Tex-, August 25.— A nice shower of rain fell here last Tuesday. If we could have more it would be a great benefit to the health of the community. H- C. Duplicy of Splendora was here Tuesday on business. Mrs. R. E-Herndon and daugh- ter Minnie, of East River, were ■over last Saturday visiting rela- tives at this place. Jas. Casey spent Tuesday of last week in Houston. John McFadin of San Jacinto, who lived here several vears ago, is visiting his old friends and neighbors. He says he is going to move back some time soon. Grandma Brown was on the sick list last week. Mr. Harris and family and Mr. Rhodes and family moved to Splendoria last week. It is with much regret that we have to give up such e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Conroe Courier — 29 August 1902

15he Scovirge ofDamascus v A Story of the E&st... By SYLVANUS COBB. JR. Copyrighted 1891 by Robert Bonner's Sons. CHAPTER III. Love in Danger. A bright, beautiful morning, with a gentle breeze sweeping down the frag- rance of flower and shrub from the mountain slope. Ulin had eaten her breakfast, and, with Albia by her side, eat upon an open window, gazing out upon the park of fountains. As she thus sat, the slave woman Calypso en- tered the apartment and announced that the robber wished to see the Lady Ulin. "What robber?" asked the princess. "The same one that came yester- day." Ulin did not stop to think whether the visit would be pleasant or other- wise. The man had signified his pur- pose, and as he was master in the pal- ace, she had no idea of opposing him. Calypso withdrew, and presently af- terwards the robber entered. He came in with the same noble step and bear- ing; the same pleasant, genial face; and with the same look and salute of reverence and respect. "I trust t...

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