The Clarksville Times. (Clarksville, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 83, Ed. 1 Friday, October 21, 1910 Page: 1 of 6
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CLARKSVILLH TBXAS FRIDAY,
Oar Lamp Stock It
CtmpUte u4 Price*
LONG STAPLE COTTOA
These are prosperous day* in Red Hirer
ooauty— tbe moat prosperous in OUT yean,
and now ia the time for the farmer, Wane
earner, and people of all other daaaaa to lay
eeide a fond against need
El PeigHM sells One Bale of R*4 River ceutty Cotton at Recoil Price
-€be Totten, Ray* Tenant I* Pali 9412 far Three Bake.
-Receives 27c for Best Bile.
Gotten at flOcjger ponnd might
bo worse, oven in Olarkavllla,
Whir* the lone etaple of Rad
River ooanty, a grade which
maaaaraa decided'? batter than
the prod action of Other sections
of the country, to aold at prtoea
bi«bar than ia paid by all other
marbeta. Tbla price waa real
farndWadaeadasr morning wban Ed
Ferguson aold a lilt of fifty bales
of mixed staple at prlcee rang-
ing from 16c for abort ataplee to
80c for probably the bast single
bale 1 8-4 lach staple, that baa
ever been placed on the local
market. Twenty-four cents waa
paid for the second beat bale In
Iroommon occurrence* lu Clark*
tjvllle, with the exception of the
Ip7c bales which ia one of two
Kwhich had been aold at that
Npriee Ip the stave up to Tueeday
Knight, bat the totals segregate
Has amount not common In any
fj-market outside of Clarksville
Hand are not duplicated every
I day even in this oity. The cot-
I ton waa purchased by Dave
I Hooka of the firm of Nichola &
■as Fiat Crap.
- Mr. Rheubell reports that
Totton haa twenty acres in long
staple cotton and will gather
sixteen, and possibly eighteen,
balsa from* the farm. Several
bales have been sold already,
none lower than 22c per pound.
There a number of other tracts
of land which will yield as prof-
itably in Red River county, but
suoh remuneration is somewhat
out of tbe ordinary for farmers
who are working on “halves.”
Cpara Ream lights.
A dynamo for use at the in-
dividual light plant of the opera
Thirty oentt per pound, I
price paid Ed Ferguson foi
bale of cotton in this city
Wednesday morning la prd
bly the highest price paid
south for many years. Insol
as newspaper reports ha
gone no sale in the south di
ing the season has been I
more than 27c, and onljr ’o
bale haa sold outside of derl
villa at that price.
Deposit your surplus funds, whether the
emoaat be $640 or $6,000.00, with this Beak
tor future needs.
A bank account ia your best frlesfo and
your account will be appreciated at this bank
whether tbe amount be large or small. "
The Red River National Bank
Roaooe Johnson was
the purchaser of the list.
Tbe cotton waa raised In the
Red River bottom section, near
Davenport, sixteen or eighteen
miles north of Clarksville, and
while tbe beat bale in the list
has sold at the highest price paid
in the sooth for perhaps many
years, it is not ibe first high
priced cotton sold by Mr. Fergu-
son daring the present season,
one er two bales Included in a
recant list of seventy-two bales
bringing aa high aa 25e. / ■*,
What makes more happiness than sitting around the
glowing coals, especially If they be burning in a handsome
Our heaters will tone up that room and be an ornament
as well as a comtort.
When you buy your atove or ranee from us you will buy
the best made.
TN CAN'T KAT IT
In our Mtimat* for euperior
building lumber we always Rg-
ur* on tbe highest grade that is
•perilled. You might possibly
get a lower estimate elsewhere
but we’ll guarantee that it will
not be the Mate grade of lumber.
Our mode to out from the beat
tbe forest* yield and to well tea-
kIm hut yw buy
anywhere whan you by at the
Barry Lumber Co.'a.
up to that date of the season on
the local market. Totton sold
at the same time one bale at $8e
and one at ?5c. Fcr the three
bales he received a cneck for
The seed from the three hgles
are valuea at about two dofiers
par bushel and at thlrtyltwe
J. K. P. Jamison, who has
-aolleed farming in tbe vleinl
headquarters in Liverpool, Eng
bushels to the bale, may be rig-
ured at $192, making a . total
value for the three bales of
$604.90. Tlie price paid in this
instance is by no means exces-
sive, 28c and 25c sales being
sutaa that 80c phr pound ia tbe
highest price paid tor cotton in
Olarkavllla, or in tbe south, dur-
ing the time he haa been in this
section and he feels certain that
"That’s the best ptoture I aver
had made in my life." Tbat’a
what they all say when they
have pictures msde at Crockett’s
Barry Lumber Tie Go.
^ LEST YE FORGET ^
Tin dev M BacM M rail to san in nier. Oir pds ire all ahsolntilf
kt at in-Male ail iini sriici
A neat white shirt made of Sea Island Mohair, one CA*
pocket, four pearl buttons on front, only............ OU»
Man’s neat blue shirts, made of plats'bias Amosbeag Madras
attached collar and cnfTa, also haa pooket and pearl Cfi.
buttons, each only........ Dlls
fr ’ ” ”
Extra quality Khaki drill, full sise, Attached collar and 11.
cuffa, each................ IOC
Men's medinm weight wool abirto, fall finished, lined collar
and cuffs doable stitched throughout, each | QQ
Men’s Shirts and
Men’s Jersey ribbed undershirts, form fitting with silk fronts,
collarette necka. Drawers to match with double EA
seats, each only...................................... ••
Men’s heavy fleeced underwear, Hygienic fleece lined, superi-
or quality, three thread doable cuff. Shirt and CA.
drawers to match, each... OUv
Men’a high grade heavy, underwear. All hea/y fleece, a
strictly high grade garment, worth $1.00 each. Onr 1 CA
price, piece suit, only ......... 1 OU
Child’s high grade sweater in red, gray and white. A 9C.
Young ladiea high grade sweaters, double row of pearl 1 A A
buttons. A special, only..... ■
Ladies full weight sweaters, large pearl buttons with AC.
two pockets each, only___________ UUC
Men’s full weight sweaters, worth $1.00. Our price
Men’s fancy sweaters, well worth $1-50. Our price 1C.
only ................... . IW*
Domestic & Outing
Knight Cambric, none better fall yard wide. Per yard
V W- mw mm m
Hope Bleaching, everyone knows what Hope Bleaching IS.
is, per yard only______ _____ . IW
Crystal spray finished, soft for the needle. A special K.
only. ............................. 00
^™ard e«hl°U*inK* in *** “Bw ud stripes par |Qg
Saltans high grade outing, the beat opting mads, good IS.
assortment, par yard only.........................
Bargains tor Men
Remember wa carry one of the largest stocks of well selected
Ladiee and Misses hats in Clarksville. Quick sales and small
Ladles latest style hat in new Turban, trimmed in satin | CA
velvet band and fancy buckle, only.......... ■
Ladiee latest Turban, satin h%t trimmed with fancy Q AA
plumes, a regular $4.00 hat' Oar price only...... •
Ladies all velvet hats with extra large buokle worth J AA
$5.00. Onr price only............... ..... ^
Man’s work panto, a lot of panto, asserted patterns AO.
worth $1.60. 8pecial price VOC
- . J • 1 ... 1
Man’s medium weight dress panto, all good patterns fl JO
worth $8.00 and $2.66. Specil price only.... ■
Boys long panto, these are all good patterns, a big bar CA.
gain, worth regularly $1 25 and $1.60. Special wUQ
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The Clarksville Times. (Clarksville, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 83, Ed. 1 Friday, October 21, 1910, newspaper, October 21, 1910; Clarksville, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth973718/m1/1/: accessed January 21, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Red River County Public Library.