B.E. Goodrum of Weldon
was here Tuesday.
Wanted-Janitor for Methodist Church. See pastor.
R.C. Spinks is among the
Courier subscription renewals since last issue.
N.E. Allbright has moved
his stock of goods to his house on Main street.
M.B. Matchett of Kennard
was among the Courier's friends in town Tuesday.
The Courier is glad to note the return of
A.M. Brewer to Crockett
from Altos, Okla.
County Judge E. Winfree
was confined to his room a few days last week with
The Courier regrets to learn of the removal of
W.H. Hall from Kennard to
J.A. Wedemeyer of Creek
Route 1 was among the Courier's friends in town Tuesday.
E.E. Barlow, a Courier
subscriber from the first number, was in to see us
Put your stalks back on the land by using a
J.L. Case stalk cutter, the
best made. Sold only by Moore &
One hundred and thirty four hogs were shipped last
week from D.A. Nunn's Trinity river ranch to the Fort
T.S. Tunstall of Kennard
and J.W. Goodwin of Creek
were among the Courier's friends in town Wednesday
The Smith Hardware Company has leased the Moore
building opposite the Airdome theatre, which they will
use as a warehouse.
Walter Patterson, R.
Cunningham, Mrs. E.L. Simpson and M.A. Milliff
are among Courier subscription renewals since last
H.R. LeMay, field
secretary for the Texas State Realty Association and a
cousin of Tom LeMay was in
M.D. Driskill of
Palacios, C.W. Newberry of
Burke and J.E. Downes of
Dallas are among Courier subscription renewals since
County Commissioner Creasy
was conveyed home last week suffering from an attack of
pneumonia. He was attending court at the time.
E.L. Brown of Kennard
Route 1, besides renewing his own subscription, is
sending the Courier to C.L.
Grounds at Valley Mills, Bosque County.
Outside parties have bought the old Enterprise wooden
building from J.E. Downes
of Dallas and are having it torn away to make room for a
new building, which will be used for a shop.
Louis Bond has resigned
his position as head salesman at
Dan McLean's and associated himself with the
Crockett Dry Goods Company at which latter place he will
be glad to see all of his friends.
Miss McVey, manager of
the sewing department of the Seminary, graduate of Miami
University, domestic science department, will be pleased
to take orders for dressmaking for the present at the
Craddock & Morgan's
store at Kennard was destroyed by fire on Sunday of last
week. The origin of the fire is unknown to the Courier.
The books and valuable papers were saved. The store will
Dissolution Notice. Notice is hereby given of the
dissolution of the Farmers' Union Gin Company of Holly,
Houston County, Texas, this 17th day of January 1912.
W.L. Driskill, Pres.
Notice of extension of corporate existence of the
First National Bank of Crockett will be found in another
place in the Courier. This bank was chartered twenty
years ago and the comptroller of the currency authorized
succession until January 7th, 1932, twenty years more.
The congregation of the First Presbyterian church of
this city last Sunday refused to accept the resignation
S. F. Tenney, which was
tendered on account of long service and advanced years.
He is now entering his forty-second year as pastor of
that church and is active in his duties.
Removal Notice. I have moved my stock of staples and
fancy groceries to my building on Main street opposite
the airdome and extend to the public an invitation to
call on me when in need of anything in my line. I wish
to thank my friends and patrons for past patronage and
solicit a continuance of the same.
Nat E. Allbright.
The Courier this week presents the announcement of
A.W. Phillips for sheriff
of Houston County. Everybody knows
Ab Phillips. He assumed the duties of Sheriff a
little over a year ago and is making a good officer. His
announcement is, of course, subject to the democratic
primary to be held in July. He solicits your support and
promises faithful service.
Bank Officers and Directors. At the annual meeting of
the stockholders of the First National Bank of Crockett
held last week, the following board of directors was
elected: H.F. Moore, Arch Baker,
M.P. Jenson, James S. Shivers, John LeGory, D.G. Moore
and W.C. Teter. The directors elected the
following officers for the ensuing year:
H.F. Moore, president; Arch Baker,
vice-president; M.P. Jenson, cashier.
In the proper column this week appears the
announcement of Ney Sheridan as a candidate for the
office of county treasurer. Mr.
Sheridan's home is at Grapeland, where he stands
high in the estimation of his neighbors. He has never
before run for office. He is well qualified for, the
office to which he aspires and if elected promises
faithful and impartial service.