The Conroe Courier. (Conroe, Tex.), Vol. , No. , Ed. 1 Friday, March 3, 1911 Page: 4 of 8
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THE CONROE COURIER
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY
Thb CoNRoe Courier Publishing Co.
P. H ROBERTS. Jr . .. .. Editor Bnd MRIMkfer
every day a number of our ener-
getic farmers are in town buying
seed potattoes. Quite a large
acreage has already been planted
in this vicinity and reports from
other parts of the county suitable
to this vepatable show that iar-
mers there are doing likewise.
IN ADVANCE , , .
On« Year .......................$1.00 1 And now the Big noise has
Six Month....................... 50 declared in favor of Woman Suf-
frage. Now. we suppose, the
THE STATE OFT^XAS
Entered Ht the poetofftce ut Conroe. Texan. a*
Mcond-claKH mail mutter.
“pack1' will again begin to yelp
They generally do every time the
one-time leader strikes a new
County of Montgomery \
By virtue of un order of sale, iaaued
out of the Honorable District Court of
Bell County, on 4th day of February,
A. D. 1911, by the Clerk thereof, -in
the case of A. C. Buchanan versus T,
W. Culp, et al. No. 7911, and to me.
aa Sheriff, directed and delivered,.I
will proceed to sell for cash, idihinjhe
hours prescribed by law foF Sheriff 8
2m"."‘.r* ,™\u: tr.il. Itisjust anything for no-
toriety with Teddy.
Sales, on the First Tuesday in March,
A. D. 1911, it being the 7th day of said
month, before the Court House dour of
said Montgomery County, in the Town
of Conroe, the following described
Eighty acres out of the John Overby
The Ordinance passed by the j ^ ^ ij Dame f.„h. survey patented by- E. Stewart and wa.
Conroe -City Council establishing • . -conveyed to J. H. Buchanan, C. B,
and providing for the maintenance |lon s latc6t ed,ct- ,Bu'’ W* bC‘ | Stewart. E A. Manford et al. by deed
P R lieve. the majority of the women j tlated juiy i8t, 1879, plaintiff being
one of the heirs of said J. H. Buchanan
and received by inheritance 1-6 inter-
est and by deeds 5-6 interest in and to j
S4 acres of land out of said survey, j
. l . , . !*DOSitive none will appear in con-
of a Fire Limit is one of the best
moves ever made for the better
ment of the city. Though it may j and
appear to some that this Ordin- i . ■ r
, . .. positive none will appeal in Con-
once will work a great nard-ship .
of the United States have too
much modesty to trv these ultra
said land is located in Montgomery
upon some, in the long-run it will
enhance property values ih Conroe
to such an extent that the differ-
County, Texas, and is the same land
conveyed to tlxe defendant I. W. Culp
• * • i : if A l ^ (J ,s U n is ti r> 111)
YOU LOOK FOR
!i THAN THIS
Start A BANK ACCOUNT
For Tkcm NOW
ence will more than meet the extra ene£j everv day. This fact is at-
expencc of putting up and main- tested to bv the great concourse
taining a fire proof building. This Lf pe0plc who are now turning to
ordinance, coming when it does Montgomery county in search of
will do more for Conroe than * a ^ome jn the greatest county in
years of toil bv the City Council, TCXas.
Civic Club and Commercial Club * —
Scientists claim that the world 1 byplaintitfr A7 C. Buchanan, by deed I &&
is getting better and more enlight- | dated May 16th IW which -id deed I ^
i a M /a f |l/h/ll\Y*l I 1 IT 1
is cf record in the offee of the Comity |
Clerk, in Montgomery-County, Texas, j gjgj
in Volume 50, page 227, of the Deed I
Records of said County, to which said
deed reference is hereby made in aid
of the description and identification of
along other lines. Within two
years, now, Conroe will be com-
posed of business houses and
merchants second to no town in
Texas this size.
Montgomery county, the home
of contentment and prosperity.
And Conro” is the Conitol.
With the building of Conroe s
new $25,000.00 school house an-
other item will be scratched from
the “want list.'’ When the citi-
zens of a town awake to the re-
alization that money spent in this
way is well spent, it is a sure
sign that thev are realizing just
! what it takes o build a town.
the land, levied on as the property of
I. W. Culp et al tosatisfy a judgment
amounting to $458.00 in favor A. C.
Buchanan, and costs of suit.
Given under my hand, this 7th day ox
February, A. D. 1911.
M. A. ANDERSON, Sheriff.
\Y/T: HOPE for better things
w for our children than we
had for ourselves. We hope to
protect them from adversity.
We hope to shield them from
the vicissitudes of the world.
Can we do better than to start
a bank account- for them now?
The jury that tried the McFar- i Much good rth is being torn
lane-Murphy murder case in Gal- j in this State , present
veston this week was corrrposod j the an(j *pro ’
of six white men and six negroes, ; and it 1S amusir.g to a disinterested
Banks Griffith Son
yet it didn't take them long
come to a sensible conclusion.
My, but these are pretty days
for fishing; but as we allow our
eyes to roam over our office they
encounter numerous un-finished
jobs and we sadly shake our head
and take a new grip.
A business built on honest
Weights, good measures fair prices
and honest competition irlike *he
house that was built on the rock.
Conroe has many such and you
will find their advertisements in
Attention is called to the adver-
tisement of H D. Radley, Conroe’s
popular plumber, in this issue of
the Courier. Why buy away
from home when your wants can
be supplied here?
spectator to see some of the
‘‘shows” put on. Hasn’t the
grand old State of Texas gotten
along alright so far? Then why
not cease this inner turbulence and
all ride in the same boat to a
greater prosperity. “A house
divided against itself cannot
ISll«htly Hi.hrr from Some Points ]
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We acknowledge receipt of the
"Texas Almanac and Industrial
^ Guide.” published by The Galves-
ton-Dallas News. This little book
is filled with information of all
kinds pertaining to Texas and the
resources of Texas. ,w
We do not hear so much '.hese
days about the increased cost of
living. Evidently the pessimists
who have advanced such theories
have Iviated Montgomery county
and experienced the unexpress-
ionable bliss caused from partak-
ing of our peerless all-year-round
Vegetables, fat home-raised pork
ribs and sausage. If that will not
turn any grouchy pessimist into
a full-blown optimist, then he
should be a full-fledged candidate
for a trip to Austin.
“All the Way”
on sale daily
March 10th to
April 10th, Inc.
Tourist Sleeper thru to Los Angeles
on train 6 every Tuesday
Ask lor California Booklets
They are Jree
For detail information see Santa Fe
Agent or Addres:
W. S. KEENAN, G. P. A..
We Keep Up With the Times.
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nR. VINCENT wishes to notify his friends |I
and patrons that he can be found at the Corner
Drug Store, where he is now ready to do any |
and all repair work in the Jewelry line.
Indications now are far a bump-
er potatoe crop in this county in
1511. So far the season has been
as good as could be expected, and
RATES FOR DISPLAY ADS.
One Ifage - - - - - $1*1.00
One-half Page - - - * 5.00
I^ess than one-half pages, at the
rate of 10 cents |>er inch.
Local readers, 7 1-2 cents per
line. . These prices take effect
January 1st. No exceptions to
One two horse wagon. Apply
M. E. Stevens Conroe Texas.
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WE CORDIALLY ,
our Customers, one and all,
■to call on us in our new place
tj Our motto is ftill “Treat ev-
1 erybody right.
Home Inter-Insurance Ex
change Pays Policy
M. C. Kelley.
And do REAL CLEANING,
and Laundry Work, .promptly and
properly. TltE MODEL LAUNDRY,
SAM HAILY, Agent.
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SC. S. FAIR-FIELD *
WRITE FOR PRICES.
Send Us Your Repairs.
Tk- World’ll Be« BuycU
Thi* represents the paper pail
used by Uncle Nick’*» oafe for de-
livery of Seal abiped oysters kept
in porcelain caua free from ice
and other impurities.
NUTTER & TERRY
LOCATtD IN Bill DIM! NtXI
Door ^ Window frame
Screen and Screen Doors, Windows, *
RuJbjer Roofing and Tables. __^
aodnch'lRr^nch Burr Grist even
day, from 1 m.
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FIG and OR-ANGE TREES
County 8eat Saloop
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♦ Genuine Seedless Sau-ma g« I rees;Tex*LS Grown*
* recently Imported and Acclima.ted (the Acclimated
. having been fnported previgie f#ai» Iron) their native l^nd in
» japan, and now growing on Texas soilh ua Citrus *Trifolsaie
rooil. Shade, Ornamental and other fruit Ifaes. Descriptive
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Roberts, P. H., Jr. The Conroe Courier. (Conroe, Tex.), Vol. , No. , Ed. 1 Friday, March 3, 1911, newspaper, March 3, 1911; Conroe, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth843785/m1/4/: accessed February 19, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Montgomery County Memorial Library.