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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 29 October 1914

-u¡& • • • • • • Bulbs for Fall Planting Doable Dutch Hyacinth • " r """"" Single Roman Hyacinth Paper White Narcissus ' f Single Tulips You Can Get Them All Here The McLean Drug Company The Rexall Store Everything in Drugs and Jewelry f' £>oea\ "Kevos. | — ■ City Marshal Forrest Fifer is at Houston. Oliver Aldrich went to Weldon Tuesday night. R. H. Wootters returned Tuesday night from Dallas. Mrs. Jack Beasley is visiting ¡Mends in Groveton. Old newspapers for sale at this office at 25 cents a hundred. Harry Castleberg has returned from a ¡business trip to Dallas. A complete, up-to-date abstract tf-adv Aldrich & Crook. Residence for rent—conveniently located. Apply to J. D. Friend, tf. L. Wm. M. Patton sells five gallons •cooking oil for $3.25; in bulk, $3.00. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Edmiston and Janie Elizabeth are visiting in Dal- las. Miss Maude McCarty of Grape- land is visiting relatives and friends here. E. M. Callier visited relatives in Dallas last week. He also visi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 29 October 1914

- — GRATITUDE. A Story ® i fttli ? |K|p iSfMi B&SJfc.': ■' ."••• >> at Hi* Own Jacob Riia Uaad to Tall. That The late Jacob A. Riia was a good atory teller, but there was one story that he used to tell to his friends with especial glee, even though he was the "gottf of it. It seems that soon after he took up his residence on Long Island he decided to build a bouse. He went to an Austrian whom he had known in the days when he was poor tind friendless, and who had since pros- pered. Riis asked him for a loan on mortgage. Riis' friend insisted that the money should be regarded as a gift. Riis would not consent, and the matter eventually was left as a loan (of which no written rec- ord was made) which was to be paid back at the borrower's con- venience. 'Tears passed," Riis used to add, "and somehow I never had the money to pay my friend. Then I heard he was ill and went to see him. I found that he had become estranged from his family and had many talks with him regarding his ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 29 October 1914

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 29 October 1914

Gigantic Sale The Bombardment of Prices Commencing Saturday Morning October 31st, and continuing until the close of business Saturday night, November 14th, 1914— 13 big business days—we will offer our entire stock of dependable merchandise at bombarded prices. Remember we have turned our big German seige guns on every department and brought the prices down to within the reach of evéry one. Below is a partial list of the many bargains. Men's Furnishings One lot shirts, each 19c 75c shirts, each 49* $1.00 shirts, each : 79c $3.00 wool shirts, each $2.15 $&50 wool shirts, each $1.98 $2.00 wool shirts, each $1.5$ $1.50 wool shirts, each $1.15 One lot boys' shirts and blouses at..39c $1.50 gauntlet gloves, per pair $1.15 $1.25 gauntlet gloves, per pair 98c $1.00 gauntlet gloves, per pair 76c 50c gloves, per pair 43c Men's $2.50 union suits at $1.98 Men's $1.00 union suits at 79c Men's $1.00 all wool underwear 79c Men's 50c fleeced underwear. 41c Men's 50c ribbed underwear 39c Men's $...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 5 November 1914

A ••Hit, D [) D ®he Crockett Courier. Entered as Second-Class Matter at Crockett Post-Office. <0, Subscription Price $1.00 Per Annum, Payable at Crockett MOTTO: "QUALITY, NOT QUANTITY." * m CROCKETT, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 5, 1914. VOLUME XXV—NO. 40. USE COHONSEED OIL. American Housewives Urged to Become Better Acquainted With the Merits of the American Product. The European war, according to specialists in the United States De- partment of Agriculture, affords the American housewife an excellent opportunity to become better ac- quainted with a very useful native product which has hitherto suffered somewhat from a popular prejudice. By using cottonseed instead of olive oil Americans cannot only save themselves money, but can benefit southern cotton growers suffering from the interruption of their nor- mal export trade. In the year end- ing June 30, 1913, nearly $40,000,- 000 worth of cottonseed products was shipped to Europe. Much of this was in the form of cottonseed meal,4 the stock-f...

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

m Crockett Courier &■ Wiir ===== weekly from the 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 •or societies, churches, committees or or- rzations of any kind will, in all cases, held personally responsible for the payment of the bill. fHE OBJECTION TO THE ONE CROP SYSTEM. OLD CHARTER OAK. above plan is good for tenant or landlord. i Quite a few farmers of thi8 coun- Bails Were Tolled and Funeral Dirges ty have been following the above Played when it Fell. plan for years, and to my certain charter oak of Hartford was are out of deb, and not &£%&££ worried as to how they will retire e(j the throne of England and sent their 1914 accounts, which is the Andros to take away all colonial reward for intelligent diversified charters Connecticut alone refused farming—in growing a living at to surre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 5 November 1914

Annual Unloading Sale to Last a Week Longer, Closing Saturday, November 14 There is only one reason why we can account for the crowds that have been attending this sale and that is the attractive prices that we make all over the house, and for the next ten days we are going to add lots of extra specials and it will be worth your time to read this advertise- ment and keep it in mind. Calicoes, all colors, OO 25 yards for - Men's regular $25.00 Suits, ^98 sale price - - - CPlA Men's 50c blue work Shirts, sale price - - - OOw All 10 and 12He Ginghams, per yard - - One lot men's Hose in all colors, per pair - t \ Men's work Pants, 421OO extra special for - - M** 36-inch Brown Domestic, per yard - Men's plain white Handkerchiefs, two for - - Ladies' 10c Hose, all colors, per pair - wC 6 H and 7c Cotton Checks, per yard - "C Men's Underwear, per garment - - - mWC Ladies' 15c Hose, all colors, per pair - - - - One lot ladies' $2.00 r D A'D A lUTVTATVT One lot Gingham Button Shoes r_ () KAN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 5 November 1914

mS:: mm m.ir Issued weekly from tbe Courier Building. W. W. AIKEN, Editor and Proprietor. The Crockett Courier at least a portion of the year. In this ground. The ground was fiat- addition to furnishing feed grain at broke early and after vegetation be- less cost than it can be purchased, gan to grow well had it flat-broke fall-sown oats prevent the washing again. Then about the first of May of the soil by which much fertility a 60-tooth section harrow was run Is frequently lost. There is still over this, thoroughly pulverizing it. PUBLISHER'S NOTICE. time to sow winter oats in the Gulf Rows were then laid off with a Obituaries, resolutions, cards of thanks State8' though this work should be small shovel plow about 2V¿ feet and other matter not "news" will be done at once if good results are to apart, peanuts planted and covered ^Parries «dining advertising^ 1 'printing be obtained. According to special- with two teeth of a side-harrow, for societies, churches, committees or or- ist...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 5 November 1914

o ¡■bbhh The McLean Drug Company 77k* 3**cdUL stn~ Announces that Boston's Noted Beauty Specialist, Mrs. M. Eldredge,*will spend the week commencing November 9th at the Rexall Store. Free.Facial Massages, Free Personal Beauty Advice, Free Samples of Har- mony Toilet Aids. It's your opportunity to obtain valuable advice on the care of the skin, free of all charges. Appointments made in your own home by telephone. Don't fail to take advantage of this much talked of beauty specialist's Free Beauty Lectures. Remember the dates, week commencing November 9th. The McLean Drug Company ~ Sole Distributers Harmony Toilet Aids The Rexall Store i £>oc&\ Old newspapers for sale at office at 25 cents a hundred. m t this W. P. Harris returned Tuesday night from a visit to Lufkin. A complete, tf-adv up-to-date abstract. Aldrich &. Crook. Read the special announcement of the Rexall Store on this page. It. John Newman of Route 2 is a new colored subscriber of the Cou- rier. Mrs. R. D. Nels...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 5 November 1914

= THE LOAFER. ft* ifiSííí'. m í m ■■ • <- ' M fTv'C ;. ■_-. ,0 ■■$■.: &*k'"7*'" iii0 v African Hospital it y That Often Abusad. In South Africa, among the na- tives, there it a custom which ha* never been mentioned by any trav- eler in his tales. In the Transkei, Basutoland and Bechuanaland, near- ly every fair sized village has a field set apart for strangers. In u village where the king resides usual- ly his chief wife is told off to culti- vate this field and to store away all the product in the upper part of her hut, and if in any adjacent village some chief woman is sad- dled with the work. No man of the tribe is permitted to touch any food thus stored. The king's wife, or whoever culti- vates the land, takes her share of the product and makes her living out of it, but all over and above the amount actually consumed must be set aside and preserved. She may not trade with any other wife of the king. This field is known as the "stran- ger's field." Whenever a stranger come...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 5 November 1914

?Mm Professional Cards W. C. LIPSCOMB, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Crockett, Texas Office With Decuir-Bi8hop Drug Company J. H. PAINTER LAND LAWYER Crockett, Texas E. B. stokes. M. d. j. s. wootters. m. D gTOKES &. WOOTTERS PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS Crockett, Texas Office With Decuir-Bishop Drug Company E. WINFREE Real Estate and Insurance E. J. E. WINFREE Will Practice in AU the Courts & J. E. WINFREE INSURANCE AND LAW Office Over Swan Furniture Co. j. w. madden s. a. denny jyjADDEN & DENNY LAWYERS Practice in all the State and Federal Courts. Complete Abstract tf Land Titles of Houston Coun ty. Offices in FirU National Bank Building. CROCKETT, TEXAS J. L. LIPSCOMB ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in First National Bank Bldg. CROCKETT. TEXAS Foley Cathartic Tablets. Are wholesome, thoroughly cleans- ing, and have a stimulating effect on the stomach, liver and bowels. Regulate you with no griping and no unpleasant after effects. Stout people find they give immense re- lief and com...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 5 November 1914

m ' - a-%.- mt " v f: I 'O ' life . 5 M Í ■ ~ I *■ J >■ j- | if§t^ g§F$<? • • I K: The Bombardment of Prices Commencing Saturday Morning October 31st, and continuing until the close of business Saturday night, November 14th, 1914 13 big business days—we will offer our entire stock of dependable merchandise at bombarded prices. Remember we have turned our big German seige guns on every department and brought the prices down to within the reach of every one. Below is a partial list of the many bargains. Men's Furnishings • One lot shirts, each.. 39c 75c shirts, eadh 49c $1.00 shirts, each --79c $3.00 wool shirts, each $2.15 $2.50 wool shirts, each $1.98 $2.00 wool shirts, each $1.55 $1.50 wool shirts, each $1.15 One lot boys' shirts and blouses at*... 39c $1.50 gauntlet gloves, per pair $1.15 $1.25 gauntlet gloves, per pair 98c $1.00 gauntlet gloves, per pair 76c 50c gloves, per pair . 43c Men's $2.50 union suits at. $1.98 Men's $1.00 union uuits at 79c Men's $1.00 all wool unde...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 12 November 1914

Üi aiV*Wty Lib nly ®he Crockett Co tut te. Entered as Second-Class Matter at Crockett Post-Office. Subscription Price $1.00 Per Annum, Payable at Crockett MOTTO: "QUALITY, NOT QUANTITY." CROCKETT, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 12, 1914. VOLUME XXV—NO. 41- GENERAL ELECTION RETURNS. Vote in Houston Connty for Governor, Representative and County Judge— Democrats Elected. The general election vote in Houston county was light. The re- publicans and the socialists develop- ed some strength in every voting box except one, Tyer's Store, which was the only box in the county giving a solid democratic vote. All democratic nominees were elected. Following is the vote at each box in Houston county for the three leading candidates for governor, the two candidates for representative and the two candidates for county judge. The vote for these candidates is representative of the vote for all other candidates on the ticket: Augusta—Governor, J. E. Fergu- gon, democrat, 61; John W. Philp, republican, none; E. R. Me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 12 November 1914

ill? m im m* Tne Crockett Courier Issued weekly from tne Courier Building, w. W. AIKEN,' Editor and Proprietor. JL -1 1 —U 'J...!1 J-i- PUBLISHER'S NOTICE *)f>ituaries. resolution , cards of thanks and other matter not "news" *rill be charged for at the rate of Sc per line. Parties ordering advertising or printing for societies, churches, committees or er- Snidations of any kind will, in all cases, held personally responsible for the payment of the bill. DEATH OF ADMIRAL CRADOCK. Rear Admiral'* Flagship Good Hope Flfandered Following Battle in Chilean Waters. London, Nov. 6.—It was the British cruiser Good Hope, Rear Admiral Sir Christopher Cradock's flagship, which floundered after be- ing set on fire by shells from Ger- man warships in the naval battle that took place off the Chilean coast last Sunday. The British cruiser Monmouth, which the Germans said they had sunk, was badly damaged, and it is possible that she is the warship which was reported today to be ashore on the coa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 12 November 1914

Professional Cards C. LIPSCOMB, M. D. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Crockett, Texas Office With Decuir-Bishop Drug Company J.H . PAINTER LAND LAWYER «Crockett, Texas e. b. stokes. m. d. j. s. wootters. m. d. gTOKES & WOOTTERS PHYSICIANS &. SURGEONS Crockett, Texas • Office With Decuir-Bishop Drug Company E. WINFREE Real Estate and Insurance E. J. E. WINFREE Lawyer Will Practice In AU the Courts & J. E. WINFREE INSURANCE AND LAW Office Over Swan Furniture Co. «•J. W. MADDEN S. A. DENNY ]y(ADDEN & DENNY LAWYERS Practice in all the State and Federal Courts. Complete Abstract of Land Titles of Houston Coun ty. Offices in First National Bank Building. CROCKETT, TEXAS J. L. LIPSCOMB ATTORNEY AT LAW Office in First National Bank Bldg. CROCKETT. TEXAS Foley Cathartic Tablets. Are wholesome, thoroughly cleans- ing, and have a stimulating effect on the stomach, liver and bowels. Regulate you with no griping and no unpleasant after effects. Stout people nnd they give immense re- lief a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 12 November 1914

. %■" Mi ■i'.- r ¿; liÍ^; JiiW; m ftSfr Ule Crockett Courier* weekly from tüe Courier Building. r. W. AIKEN, Editor and Proprietor. on the local yard n.ring Octo- ber, while only 84,637 head of the same class were recorded during the same, period of last year. Calves, horses and mules also made big gains over the October 1913 re- ceipts. The sheep receipts were the PUBLISHER'S NOTICE. Obituaries, resolution*, cards of thanks! ^ cla8S of > vestock which showed id other matter not "news" will be a decrease during October compared 'tSnmgwtth the ame moi"|>fot 1913'«*• i, churches, committees or or- , this falling off was largely due to «MU p¿LZu",íiíL!Sle "(<rs ^ sheepmen holding their stuff t of the bill. | until later in the fall when better ! prices prevail. The remainder of ' the receipts is divided as follows: Calves 25,244 head, horses and mules 8,838 head. From January 1, 1914, to November 1 there have been received on the Fort Worth yards 781,364 head of livestock. "We...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 12 November 1914

c Bulbs for Fall Planting Double Dutch Hyacinth Single Roman Hyacinth Paper White Narcissus Single Tulips You Can Get Them All Here The McLean Drug Company The Rexnll Store Everything in Drugs and Jewelry s £ OC&\. I V Mr. and Mrs. W. B. 'Page have returned from Virginia. See Moore & Shivers for nails, barb wire and staples. tf. Old newspapers for sale at this office at 25 cents a hundred. John Morgan found his cow, ad- vertised in the Courier last week. A complete, up-to-date abstract tf-adv Aldrich &. Crook. Mr. and Mrs. Billie Barbee of San Antonio are visiting relatives here. Miss Bella Lipscomb is spending carnival week with friends in Hous- ton. Just a few more days of the gigantic sale. Take notice. It. Jas. S. Shivers &. Co. Weeks Hamlin has gone to Flor- ida, where he expects to engage in ^ farming. ^ The big bombardment sale is fast drawing to a close. Buy now. It Jas. S. Shivers & Co. The county finance committee met Monday according to announce- ment ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 12 November 1914

ss ? j| * - ■ m cV Sfel • ifWi1*"- «3-v JAPANESE WOMEN WORKERS. SHOEMAKERS* WAX. | IMS ; '$5¥' m' Thoy Help Coal ths Ocean Liner* That Call at Nagasaki. There is at least one place in the world where a woman may earn as much as a man for the same labor and where the two sexes work side by side. This is at Nagasaki, Ja- pan. When a liner comes into port ihe passengers who have been view- ing the beautiful harbor observe a fleet of barges laden with coal which are lying in wait near the anchorage. On most of them are twenty to thirty men and women, the latter predominating. These wear short skirts with cloth stockings, and their heads are covered with thin cotton cloth bear- ing a peculiar Japanese design in blue print. Some of them have ba- bies with them, and as the ship draws near they hastily bind them on the backs of little girls and boys and make ready for work. In a trice, it seems, at each of the coal ports a pyramidal series of platforms are rigged up, the lowest level being ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 12 November 1914

STRONG ARMED RAOBOURNE. , Hi Never Got Tired ana Never Pitched a Poor Game of Ball. it it buid of Charlie Hud bourne, the fumou.x old time Providence pitcher, . that he uever pitched a poor game in his life; that he had the speed of a Rusie, the craftiness of a Clarkson, the intelligence of a Mathewson and the tantalising ways of a Cuppy. , One day in 1884, the year the Providence club won the National league pennant, Frank Bancroft brought that famous team to Cleve- land I'or the windup series of the season. ^ There were exactly eleven men on the payroll—Rad bourne and Sweeney, pitchers; Gilligan and Nava, catchers; Joe Start, first base; -John Farrell, second base; Jerry Denny, third base; Arthur Irwin, shortstop; Cliff Carroll, left field; Paul Hines, center field; Paul Bad- ford, right field. The Providence team was out for the pennant at that time, and Rad- bourne was pitching every day. Aft- er the third game and the third suc- cessive victory for "Old Rad" a number of the fan...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Crockett Courier — 12 November 1914

<í s *'■> J* ¿y p ■ - m*?. wmmm BE / #¿1 RCNi &ty mM), Sffófó VMM In memory of our precious father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Payne, who lately departed this life and went home to their final re- ward to be crowned with glory and eternal life, whose presence was ever a benediction to us while they were with us. These words written by Louisa Mae Alcott: Myterious deatbl Who in a single hour Life's gold can so refine And by thy art divine Change mortal weakness into immortal power. Bending beneath the weight of many years. Spent with the noble strife Of a victorious life— We watched them fading heavenward through our tears. But eat/ the sense of loss our hearts had Wrung, A miracle had wrought And swift as happy thought They lived again, brave, beautiful and young. Age, pain and sorrow dropped the veils they wore, And showed the tender eyes Of angels in disguise Whose discipline so patiently they bore. The past years brought their harvest rich and fair. While memory and ...

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