The Clarksville Times. (Clarksville, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 70, Ed. 1 Friday, September 3, 1909 Page: 1 of 4
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More Water Coolers
at« price you cannot afford to paaa up. Why
not buy now and use it the reet of the aummer
and have it for the next? You will need a
Refrigerator to keep your, food from spoiling
and to keep it cool for the Reunion.
Im: Cream : Freezers
We have only a few left and you must come at
once if you get the sire wanted.
Don’t forget us when you need a wagon.
We have them and they are good ones too.
THE BIG STORE.
West Half Red River National Bank Block
Drummer Driving and
Always Os TiaM. Nam Miss a Traia
In The Future
As tn the past I Will appreciate the trade of the pub-
1 ' . j
ll'Hc tn general and will strive to merit your trade. Any
ibusiness, large or small, will receive my most careful at
tention and will be thoroughly appreciated.
Lg Hg GOLDBERG
A. F. BETTES
fw Furniture, House
0. V. Parkis tWseity ieno*»
thing of history. For two
and nights the old
again livid ovir the days tifctf
triad man’s eooto. TMg mat,
they talked, they sang the <4d
Dixie songs, they and their
ohildran again dispensed old
time Southern hospitality, the
finest the world hgeevar kaown
The veassebls Georgs B. Deem
of Detroit, flamgaaferd John
0. Barks Osap If. 0. V. preaided
over tbs iaawlaaa of the two
Politics were not permitted to
mar the pleeaareaof the eooaaioo;
never Is at the reunions of John
0. Barks Oamp U. C. V. On
the first day only looal speakers
ware present some ofwhom,
notably Uncle Henry Stftley of
Bogata. mada splendid apeeohee.
Only aee.regretable feature of
the whole occasion might be
mentioned, and that was that on
the first day the vast crowd see-
ing some of the old veterans
eating supposed dinner was
reedy and made a premature
rush on the tables before the
meats were distribstsdv and the
uaagement last control of tbs
situation and never regained it,
and though there wee a thousand
pounds of meat left over, soma
people got impatient waiting
and went away without getting
anything to eat. This was to be
regretted, bnt is one of the mis-
takes that often occur in trying
to handle ao large g.orowd as
was here on the first day of the
On the second day the at-
tractions at the ground were
continued. Band music was
furnlslgdby the Mentor band
and voon* music by a looal
aggregation of singers, and by
the old veterans, many of them
singing like boys and girls, not-
withstanding the fact that they
seldom sing any more.
At eleven o’clock Commander
Dean introduced Hon. Eugene
Black a son of the Confederacy
who formally Introduced Con-
gressman R. L. Henry of Waco
as the chief speaker of the day.
Mr. Henry spoke for more than
an hour, and was given a close
hearing. He entirelv out out
politics and spoke in favor, and
in eulogistic terms of the doc
trines, traditions, and history of
the south and her brave sons and
fair daughters. Mr. Henry's
speech was well received, and if
there was a single criticism,
this writer failed to hear it.
After dinner Judge Levy of
Texarkana spoke, and he too
delivered a fine address which
was well received. After
Judge Levy spoke the crowd
began leaving the grounds, but
it was near sundown before all
got away from beautiful U. C. V.
Thus came and thus went
another reunion of the old settlers
and old Confederate Veterans
who have made Texas what she
is a great and glorious state,
one of which to be a citiien is
the proud boast of her native and
adopted sons and daughters.^
tar Oeterrii that
1 wknt a good man to take
charge of a ranch of 450 acres of
fine pasture all under fence 7 1-2
miles south of Clarksville; fine
water and grass, four houses
plenty of good land to cultivate;
will lease or let a man have
ranch on shares. Apply to N.
I forbid any one hauling John-
son grass through my premises.
A. B. Baker.
We would like to buy your
dry and green Hides. Bring
them to us.
Clarksville Bottling Works.
All Upset-Stomach and Bowels Bad
4 LOOK OUT
It may go into fliix—there’s the danger
WIRE'S BLACK. POWDER
Will cure every case. Ask
JOHN M. BUTCHER DRUQ CO.
SEPT., 3. »*>9.
Far this Fall s busi-
ness, the New York
Racket wUl be better
equipped than ever to ;
sell these who want
late styles in 4ress
goods and millinery,
and correct shapes in
t we ni
We 'have tak en
care in select- j
fancy caps. These are
eaactly the same
goods and same styles j
sold by milliners.
But there is a differ-
ence in price. We i
don’t want the earth.
’J u at .a reasonable j
Our new lasts and |
styles in shoes were
selected from the best
factories in St. Louis
I . *
is. Smith wn born In Pitta-
burg, Penn., Sept. 18tb, 1880.
She came to Texes with her
father, Mr. Jessie Adams, when
shout seven years of age, stop-
ping first at Bastrop Tex., then
coming to Red River county set-
tling near Old Shiloh.
‘Mrs. Smith vu married Sept.
9, 1847 to Mr. A. R. Dickson to
this union were born four child-
ren, one boy and three girla vis.
Jim W„ M. A., C. W. and E. J.
Dickson: Mr. Jim Dickson, the
only one now living, remains to
mourn the loss of a kind and
Mr. A. R. Dickson died the
24th day of March, 1868, leaving
onr beloved friend and her child-
ren to fight the battle of life
alone nntil in Jan., 1872 she was
married to Mr. S; C. Smith, who
died in 1889 leaving the subject
o(.our sketch a widow until her
death, which took place the 2nd
day of Aug. 1909.
At this distance we cannsS
make any likely guesses or co-
jectures as to the glory of our
Men make very imperfect de-
scriptions of countries or cities
that never were there them-
selves nor saw the places with
their own eyes. It is not^ for
any mortal man to make a map
“Canaan” that Ilea
Iti8tous all on
Farmers Wsrk By Light #1 Harvest
Mesa and Lesters*.
Galveston,Aug. 26.—In Cham-
bers oounty the harvest moon
has practical as well as roman-
tic utility. Farmers are saving
the rice crop by running their
reapers all night.
In the early part of the night
the moon furnishes plenty of
light and when it goes down lan-
terns are substituted.
The cropjs splendid except
very near the coast, where it is
damaged by salt water. In many
places the grain is over four
feet high and heavily laden with
Large imoequitoes still infest
the fields and interfere in some
degree with the harvesting.
as mercury will surely destroy
the sense of smell and com
pletaly derange the whole system
when entering It through the
mucous surfaces. Such articles
should never he used except en
prescriptions from repots Me
physicians, as the damage they
will do is ten fold to the geSd
you can possibly derive frofen
them. Hall’s Catarrh Cure,
manufactured by F. J. Cheney
A do., Toledo, O., contains no
mercury, and taken Internally,
acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the
system. In buying Hall’s Catarrh
Cure be sure yon get the genuine.
It is taken Internally and made
in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney
A Co. Testimonial free.
Sold by Druggists. Price, 7ftc
Take Hall’s Family Pills tor
The Times nod Dallas Mews l.ffi
Are attracting wide attention.
We ere selling more Nyal rem
edies than all other patent
medicines put together. Every
bottle and paokage is giving sat
lsfaction to the purchaser. We
guarantee these remedies to do
all that is claimed for them or
You make no mistake in ask-
ing us about these goods and
trying any one of the Nyal
medicines recommended for your
JOHN M. BUTCHER DRUG
Irish Sons thing Far Yss Hsaltb.
We handle all kindo of
Mineral Water, and we have
many customers who are avoid
inrg taking any strong medicine
this hot weather, by using some
one of these Mineral Waters.
Clarksville Bottling Works.
St. Joseph’s Academy, con-
ducted by the Sisters of Divine
Providence, will open Septem-
ber the sixth, 1909. All grades
will be taught, and In connec-
tion with them, stenography,
typewriting, music (vocal and
instrumental:) Also a kinder-
garten will be organized by
which special attention will be
given to little ones from the age
of four years.
above. Itistous all on the "
hither side of death an unknown [
country, an undiscovernd land.
It may be some heavenly pil- :!
grim that, with his holy thoughts
and ardent desires, is continally
traveling thitherward, arrives't
sometimes near the borders of
the promised land and the sub
urbs of the New Jerusalem, and
gets upon the top of Pisgah
and there he has an imperfect
prospect of a country that lies
far away but lie can not tall how
to describe it; and all that he
has to say to satisfy the curious
is only this: “If he would knovr
the glories of it he must go and
Indeed, it requires some saint
or angel from heaven to dis-
course upon the subject; and
yet that would notdo;for though
they might be able to speak
something of it. yet we should
want ears to hear it.
St. Paul, when he had been
wrapt up into the third heaven,
saw things unlawful or impossi-
ble to bo uttered” and ej e hath
not seen, nor ear heard, nor can
it enter into the heart of man to
conceive, what God has prepar-
ed for them that - love him.
From girl hood Mrs. Smith lived
a noble Christian life and agnos-
ticism and unbelief fled from her
as an evil spirit from the pres
ence of the Holy Spirit.
It was the pleasure of the
writer to have known Mrs.
Smith, we may say, during the
crowning years of her life and
never have we met or been priv-
ileged to know a more noble
Christian character. Her smile
was like a ripple of light from
heaven and spoke peace and
comfort to our very souls.
Wei now have on hand a. complete as-
sortment of Columbus, Cole, Velie and
John Deere buggies. These are all
standard makes and are guaranteed to
Our line of Harness. Saddles, Wagons
and Hardware is complete. See as
before you buy.
F F. MARABLE k BED.
J. L. Kkkd, Preuldsm
O. I>. L1KNN0X, V. PrttaiiluQt
K. M. ilnVMtH, Cashier
J. K Liatuuk, Aset. Cashier
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
CAP1 I*AL and SURPLUS -
W. M. MeEuuov
H. H. LBNNOX
C. D. Lennox
W. J. MoI>onAtm
K.M . BOWKKS
J. L. Rkkd
O. B. Dum
The Hotter It Gets the Colder Mfe
Visit us, we will serve you the very beet of Ice Cream and
cold drinks. A few packages of Greek Lucoomi just n*ceiv
ed. Blanke-Wenneker’s packages and hulk Chocolates
Smoke Littleton, the Great 5c Cigar' ’ ~
Parisian 6andy Kitchen.
J. N. ATHAS, Proprietor
Fire, Tornado and Live Stock
We represent some of the strongest companies doing busi-
ness iu the state and solicit a share of your business.
BARRY & AWBREY
The best Horse Shoer is to be found at Adams
Livery Stable. Bring your Horses here to l>e shod
Good single and double rigs, Drummer driv-
ing. Give us a trtal. „
Adams Livery Stable
Lost during the reunion, a
a watch fob made of Mexloan
| silver coin, one twentyfive cent
1 and four 6 cent pieces. Return'
1 to this office and receive reward.
S6E T. H. DOOLING
For livery 1 lge, light or heavy hauling. Prompt ser-
vice1 at reasonable pricee. One block east of the spuare.
The Times $1.00
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Stanberry, W. M. The Clarksville Times. (Clarksville, Tex.), Vol. 37, No. 70, Ed. 1 Friday, September 3, 1909, newspaper, September 3, 1909; Clarksville, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth973526/m1/1/: accessed November 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Red River County Public Library.