The Conroe Courier. (Conroe, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 48, Ed. 1 Friday, November 3, 1911 Page: 1 of 8
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CONROE. (^MONTGOMERY COUNTY. TEXAS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER^ 3. 1911.
Reiyieiriber, the Third Satvirday bf Each Month is Trades Day at Conroe
NEW TEXAS PECANS.
- PEANUT BUTTER
TABASCO FIG JAM
D O D S ON-BRAUN PICKLES
* SLICED PINEAPPLE
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HUNT’S DESERT PEACHES
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HUNT'S DESERT APRICOTS
EVERETT & SON
The Wideawake Grocers
PRICE OF COTTON
Governors and Representative* From
Southern States are in Confer-
ence at New Orleans
New Orleans, La., Oct. 30.—The
conference off Southern governors
called by Governor Colquitt of
Texas met today, but did not
agree upou any plan to bribg
about an insrease in the price of
cotton. A special committee wae
appointed, and it delibrated until
late in the evening and then ad.
journed until morning. Its sess-
ions were secret and it was later
learned that nothing has been
final 1 v adopted, though a tentative
prog rain is about to be accepted.
In the first pljee, to relieve the
present situation it is proposed
that that the confence issue a
strong address to the cotton raisers
of the South to hold their cotton,
and a most urgent appeal to
Sourthern bankers to assist the
farmers by giving them 6 per
cent money and down to 4 per
cent in the future, if possible.
• The rate is now nearer 16 per
cent,” remarked one of the Texas
Lamp globsa, lamp wicks and lamp
burners all sixes at Bob Curd's.
Rev. C. P. Welch Married
Thursday evening at 8 o’clock Rev.
C. P. Welch and Miss Esther Weisinger
were united in marriage. Rev. M.
Welch, at whose whose home the cere-
mony was perfromed officiating.
Rev. C. P. Welch is pastor of the
Baptist church here, is well known and
liked throughout the county. The
bride is a lady of high starding, of
many accomplishments and of much
beauty. She will be a noble wife for a
The Chronicle joins the • innumerable
friends in extending to the happy
young couple best wishes for a long
happy and prosperous married life.—
We are prepared to fill your wants
out of the most complete stock of
goods ever in Montgomery County.
The J. Wahrenbeager Co.
Young Men's Business League.
Waco, Texas, Nov, 2.—A movement
for the co-operative upbuilding of Tex-
as by the younger men of the state is
being inaugurated by the Young Men’s
Business League of this city.
The purpose is to organize the young
men over the state into a central league
of commercial clubs, and a call has
been issued inviting them to meet here
gn November 16th.
interesting subjects will be handled
at the business sessions regarding the
development of Texas.
November 15th has been designated
as Young Men’s Business League Day
at the Cotton Palace and special rates
will be made to Weco for the occasion.
A torch light parade and masque ball
will be the features of the night pro-
Watch For Our Ad
For Next Trades Day, Saturday, Nov. 18, 1911,
We will have on sale at extremely low prices
All kinds of leather goods, such as
Harness, Saddles, Collars, Pads, Bridles,
Halters, Hanes, Saddle Blankets, Back
Bands, Boggy Harms*, Hame Straps, Etc.
to bet, our ontiro clock of toother food* will bo
CUT TO ROCK BOTTOM PRICKS.
Hopper <& Company
COUNTY FAIR IN
The Display This Year Surpasses Al
Future Displays. Attendance
Large, Attractions Good
Wednesday morning dawned
clear and cool, and the officials of
the Montgomery Fair Association
and the people of Wi lis were
astir earlv, completing the uufin
ished details necessary to take
care of the visitors and various
displays that began to arrive on
trains, in wagons and in various
The forenoon of the first day
was taken op receiving and ar-
ranging displays, and it was 12
o’clock before all exhibitors had
arrived with their displays.
The poultry di-play is revala-
tion to those who thought there
was no good poultry in Mont-
gomery county. The display is
large and includos some very
handsome fowls, especially several
coops of White Orpingtons, the
property of Mr. Smith of Fostoria.
The display of fancy work is
very extensive and and contains
many handsome pieces of work.
There is a good showing of corn
and other field products.
The live stock exhibit, is large,
and contains some good ani-
mals, showing that the people of
this county are paying some atten*
tion to raising good stock.
The program as previously pub-
lished is being carried out, with
perhaps a few changes, one of
which was the address by Col.
Ball, which had been announced
for 10 o’clock Wednesday morn-
ing, but the program committee
decided that it would be better to
rxmtpone the address until after-
noon. owing to the fact that so
many were interested in taking
care of the exhibits and could not
listen to the address. However,
had Col. Ball spoken he would not
have been without hearers, for
there was a big crowd on the
grounds at the appointed hour.
Col. Ball spoke Wednesday af-
ternooon to a large and apprecia-
The prizes will be awarded on
Saturday and the list will be pub-
lished in the Courier next week.
I The Marion Cars.!
I Model 35, 1912 Cars $
Are^ Ready For Immediate Delivery |
^ 30 horsepower silent motor.
& 40 horsepower transmission.
? 112 in. wheel base. *£
* 32" x 4" tires. $
|* Easy riding springs. *
JF Fully Equipped With g
£ Top, Boots, Gas Tank and Speedometer. £
i $1450 I
J F. O. B. CONROE 5
Jf Ask For Demonstration If Interested.
S McKibbin 6fc MckibbinS
Distributors for Hontgomery County.
Thinks this a Good Track Country.
S. W. Hodges of Hems^ead who last
week bought the residence property
north of the Capitol Hotel is this week
having the house repaired preparatory
to moving into it.
Mr. Hodges left Conroe Mondsy for
Hempstead to bring hi* family to Con-
roe, Mr. Hodgea has been engaged in
truck growing for a number of years
and ia of the openion that this soil a-
round Conroe ia admerably wall adapt-
ed to trucking, and it is his intention to
buy a small farm near Conroe and en-
gage in that business.- He is coming
here because he believes he can put
melons and vegetables on the market
several weeks earlier here than he can
at Hempstead, owing to the fact that
the timber here protects the earl?
planted vegetables from the cold winds.
He says that there are several other
families at Hempstead contemplating
county here to engage in truck grow-
Dr. Kay’s Kentucky Poultry food
makes eggs in winter. For sale at
the Golden Rule Drug Store.
The following marriage license have
been issued in the office of the county
clerk during the past week:
C. P. Welch and Mias Heater Wei-
senger. Jease Weisenger and Mias
Laura Pitta. Jim Jefferson and Mias
Real Estate Transfers.
The following are the principal real
estate transfers recorded in the office
of the county clerk during the freak,
Samuel Amsler to John C. Amsler,
20 acres in Hillhouee league, consider-
• J. W. Beasley to Jeaae Youens, 820
scree, consideration, court judgement.
W. Dillon and wife to P. 0. Hodges,
100 acres, consideration, 88600.
Wm. Coebv and wife U Mrs. C. H.
Pratt, 8 late, Security. Consideration,
Dean Hm. A Cu. to W. H. Lea two
uin Hegwii rearidwalfta, 8888,
C. H Pratt, In W,, W, Anthony,
#ne lot, Hmmity, f’anridaraitnw 86S,
Sen W, SdMMum In Jura*
Aftacrae. i'mm toratinn, !**»/
Attention, Land Owners.
Through extensive advertising
and our numerous connections
throughout the north we are get-
ting in touch with a multudc of
homeseekers and investors and
every one having land for sale or
exchange will do well to list it
with us. We will devote our en-
tire time and enjoy to bringing
into this country actual settlers
who will build homes and be one
of us. Let us have your co. op
eration by listing your land with
us. There is no tract too small or
too large to get our best attention.
Conroe Land Gh Development Co.
The Major at the Fair.
Naj. C. R. Scott of Montgomery
spent Tuesday in Conroe en route to
Willie to attend the fair. The Major
has charge of the Courier’s booth at
the fair and will look after the inter-
ests of the paper He ia also assisting
other veterans in organising a U. C.
V. association for Montgomery county.
Mew Goods at Waif’s.
We have received the prettiest
line of ladies cloaks and capes that
ever was shown in Conroe, we sell
capes for ML other merchants charge
lit. Come and see for your self. Wo
bars etleo received a line of mono
craveneta. Prises to suit your pocket
book, wo era eOso prepairad to M
any feet la the county with those
Mens, Ledtos, Mtae» children and
hahya. No wonder they era
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To Locate Here.
Cspt. F. B. Chilton, who has prac-
ticed law in Houston for years is to
locate in Conroe and ’’grow up with
the town. Cspt. Chilton was an officer
in the Confederate army, and, though
past the mile stone set up at the end of
three score and tan years, is just as
young as he ever was. and we wish him
success in Conroe and Moetgomery
Capt. Chilton has purchased the
Harmlbpkoh in the southwest part of
town, which is one of the choice resi-
dences in the city,.
We are prepared to fill your wants
out of the most complete stock of
goods ever in Montgomery County.
TheJ. Wahrenberger Co.
Lou Edwards Pasted Away.
Lon Edwards, formerly of Willis,
and well known here, died at his home
in Bazoria county one day last week.
Hie remains were laid to rest ia the
He leaves a wife and two little child-
ren and three brothers and an aged
father at Willis. The family has the
sympathy of the entire county. Mr.
Edwards has been foreman of Judge
C. W. Nugent’s farm in Brasoria
county for a year or more and died
there after a short illness of black
Not how cheap, but how good, ia our
idea of merchandise. The J. Wahren-
berger Co. ■■■■
Fur Sale Cheap.
Full blood Poland China sow, can not
register account missing link before I
purchased. Fifty bead of goats, mixed
with Angora, yoke of cattle, two old
mules, first class spring wagon and
harass; bargain for someone, also one
good farm wagon, dandy horse, boggy
and harness. J. McDade, Conroe Tex.
Stove time is here. Dont for get us
on stoves, we have the largest stock in
tbs city and can sail you for lees, as
ws buy in car loads and will divide the
savings with you.
McKibbin it McKibbin.
Following if the score made at the
Gun Club shoot last Friday afternoon: >
Mr. Clem.......... U
W. McMahon.......... n
J. L. Griffith......................
G. W. Wagers......................lS
8. N. Beard, Jr.....................g
M. E. Griffith.......................
W. M. Conroe .......... „,u
i, W. Sloan mimi .......... II
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The Conroe Courier. (Conroe, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 48, Ed. 1 Friday, November 3, 1911, newspaper, November 3, 1911; Conroe, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth843870/m1/1/: accessed December 15, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Montgomery County Memorial Library.