The Clarksville Times. (Clarksville, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 62, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 11, 1908 Page: 3 of 4
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Remember we have
Just received another shipment of Uvalde Honey
strained in buckets. Also a barrel of Cooking Oil
and Mrs. P. W. McCain at Bo-
Harry Nevile of Paris spent
Sunday In Clarksville.
I or I doses “III” will cure any
case of Chills and Fever.
Morris Silberberg of Texark-
ana, was here Sunday visiting
bis parents, after which he went
out to Scrap to spend a few days
with his brother Harry.
and to spend a few days
her and her husband.
Miss'Lucile Early of Paris, is
here visiting Mrs. Ed Rainey.
Wanted to Exchange—Good
sidesaddle for good young hens
Miss John McDougal of Fort
Worth* is visiting Miss Blanche
Miss Domarins Fowler has re-
turned from a visit to Mrs. Sam
Teel at Owasso Oklahoma.
Charley Grant is at Coleman
Springs this week running a cold
drink and ice cream stand.
Mips Maggie Parchman of An-
nona, is visiting friends in this
city this week.
M$ss Annie Polk of San Saba
is ini Clarksville for a visit, the
guest of Miss Mary Park.
S or I doses “III” will cure any
case of Chills and Fever.
Every pastor except Dr. Tem-
pleton was absent from the city
last Sunday. The pulpit at the
Baptist obuipb, however was
filled both morning and evening
- j by Rev.Leland Malone of Deni-
The encampment at Coleman son.
Springs is the biggest thing In -
Red River County this week. Marshal Milt Acree asks the
Many from here have been at- Times to say that all concrete
tending during the week. erasings between the square
- and the depot are now oomplete
Mrs. D. A. Bruton is in Min- and open to tbo travelling pnb-
oral Wells for a couple of weeks.' 11c.
Mrs. W. P. Sullivan, a sister of. -
Mr. Bruton's is staying with I have had theMiesch machine
them during Mrs. Bruton’s ab-
J. E. WUlians
shop dosed for the past few
weeks on account of a rush in
— the hay fields but I am now ai
left Saturday ^ borne and ready to do all kind of
morning for Birmingham and machine work and repairing,
other points in Alabama to tf Robt. Harden,
visit his mother and other re-
Levi Dean the saw mill man,
was in town yesterday, and re-
ported the loss by fire of about
50.00J feet of lumber at his mill
north of town last week.
County Treasurer elect, Miss
Belie Burdette will leave Thors
dag morning for a visit to rels-
tives at Muskogee, Okla.
new bridge over “The Del-
aware” on South Walnut St.,
was completed and thrown open
tojthe public last Saturday.
Wednesday, Thursday and
Friday last were the hottiest
days of the season, and were
followed Saturday and Sunday
bf days delightfully cool.
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Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Street and.
little daughters, spent Saturday
night in Detroit with Mrs.
street's brother, W. E. Wbite-
jThe little Misses Street,
(grace and Cuba, are spending
Ipe week at the home of Mr.
The Times is glad to know that r
the course of study at the
Clarksville high school ia being
extended, and that graduates of
former years, can still find some-
thing to do at our public school
Mrs. Rannie Bagby and her "
three grand-sons, David and an<* Mrs, Jim Watts and
Bagby Lennox, and John Bagby, children, and Miss Dessie Gibson
returned Sunday from a ten days
visit to G. B. Bagby at Claren-
don^/' '*■ ■/'■ 1 /'
begun on five boeta^of cooc
walks on the
Lafayette street. Those vf ho
are having work done tire AVm.
Gough, Dr. G.T. Clark, Judge
E. 8. Chambers, Gus Shaw,’Col
lie MoorO, Mayftty*ifkt P. Deal*
■ Fotty or fifty people drove
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wanted—Salesman with- own
team to call on country gin- and
saw mill trade with our celeb rat-1
ed line of oils and grasses in
Red River and adjoining coun-
ties. Salary or commission.
The Fairfax Refiofpg Co.
It Cleveland, Ohio.
Convention. As far as we have
been able to learn these four
Will. be the only ones at San
Antonio to oast the six votes of
Red River County in the oonvwn
Prof. W. J. Gaydenand family
have gone to housekeeping in the
Murrle residence immediately
south of the public school build-
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Sam Frysr ia in town today
from Texarkana and as he has
only a half day he will not get
to shake hands with half the
friends be has in town.
W. M. McElroy brought seve-
ral open cotton bolls to the
Times ofBoe last Friday—the
first we have seen. A Colored
man on Mr.. McElraya farm hr
figuring on the first hale.
W. L. Turner of Pittsburg,
a brother of Mrs. J. D. Seale
came over Sunday to bring hie
sisters horse and buggy .to her.
cousins to Mrs. Clarence Denver
left yesterday for their home at
Naples after s pleasant visit to
Contract has been let and work
0. H. Church doe of oar very
best citizens, and family left Sat-
urday for Frederick Oklahoma,
where they will make their ftu
ture home. ' AH' Clarksville re-
gret to lose them, but &h them
wjeil in their new home.'
The Junior,l4'Plmes man has
been “batching” for the last
month or so wbQe his wife has
been visiting at^rlington. Sun-
day he went to the big attrac-
tion at Cotetinth SpfTngsKr^jtll'fl'-l^ an ®lQ 0
mg late at nighT and^Sf^ ^
great astonishment found a lady
in his room; His wjfo.hsd rc
turned. r,> *
from here to Coleman Springs
Sunday to the B. Y. P. D. En-
campment,' and all were repaid
fpr the long drive. Among the
Clarksville folks camped on the
round are Jim Dickson and
'amily, Mrs. Jap Dinwiddie,sons
and daughters, Tobe and Tony
Latimer and families, Charlie
Grant and family and possibly
others. There is a large num-
ber of people camped thefe and
some of the best Baptist talent
In the state is on the program.
The-Encampment will last until
that he never looked back, and
perhaps never knew that old
Maud was hot on his track.
Wq want a representative to
handle Ford automobiles in
Clarksville and vicinity. Live
hastier,with or withoat previous
experience, can easily dear
$2000.00 in season. Write with
references at once.
Ford Motor Company,
It Detroit, Michigan.
^ LEVI DEAN ^
Has at the Mi turns saw mill plant, ten miles north of
Clarksville, all dimensions of rough and dressed pine lum-
ber, and Is prepared to fill orders for wliito oak, red oak,-
post oak, shellbark hickory or gum of Star Grade. Also
b^tve m stock $00 wagon tongues. I respectfully settcitssy
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, SHARE OF TRADE
Oapt. F. M. Smith, Judge
8. W. Harman, Q. M. Portwood
of Clarksville said Hon. W. W.
Lawson of Atonona left yester-
day for San Antonio as dele-
gates to the State Democratic
n~ "u-gW*. -
One of the most comical races
ever pulled off in this city was
R race last Friday out East
Broadway, between Dr. Hearn's
Motor cycle and a mile attached
to an old buggy. Dr. Hearn was
from Acworth on a
motor cycle, and as be was leav-
ing town an old mule attached
to an old buggy became frighten-
ed and broke loose and took
down the same street lickety
brindle right behind the doctor,
while the crowd cheered lustily.
At Bettis’ comer the mule flew
the track, u pset the boggy, broke
loose and declared the race off.
The Docto.i was going so fast
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'Stend for a sample, pot up in i&all'S pounfi Wc^ jfrge. for the aaking. The
American beauty flour jtieases every body and* we believe it the equal of
any flour ever sold i\01aritsvi)le-**and that's saying a good deal. We ap-
preciate the confidence and the big trade from the pi&Ho generally and
we want you tofeeldihoine with us altthq „ time.
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Grain, Grocer Sundries,’ Pies, Cakes, and bread.
. mi., 1 —j.....,! * j "j
Big Bargain for
40 acres good sandy land, good house, extra good barn.
acres In cultivation, 20 acres in good timber. Fairly
good orchard. QflICI SALE CHEAP PINE. 2 miles of good
church and school. Price $800. Terms very reasonable
:,v„ -- Talk1' :^ / 'Jf • --#f* rr& y .
Honest, industrious woman
wanted to-introdnoe onr large
line of foreign end domestic
dross goods, waistingn, trim-
mings. etc.,among friends, neigh-
bors and townspeople. We pre-
fers wonMNt who hss s trade sl-
wgrked up. Should be
able so earn $25.Oo or mors week-
ly. Dealing direct from the mills
our prioae are low and patterns
exclusive. No money required.
Write us for full particulars,
kaadard Dross Goods do.,
100 7th St. Binghamton, N. Y
J.A. Dickson ^ Brother
Hers is a little story of a
young woman who fonnd employ-
ment at the tolephoue exchange,
though she knew little about
the work, her previous experi-
ence having been mainly gained
behind the counter of a dry
Over her face, however, were
written amiability and willing
MSS to do all that could be dons,
sad she rapidly learned her new
She had adopted, as her!
m sentence: “we strive
' and honestly triad to
isp to it. On
days there was a ring at the bell
and she asked sweetly: “What
|“L« me ha va 474.”
“I am sorry that number is
busv now,’* she replied. “You
Tbs psreoa at the other end
of thh line huQg uh, the receiver
in silent astonishment, but it is
probable that he liked thp re-
sponse better than be Would have,
liked a surly:
“474 busy.' Hsqg np.*Vr-Ex
"kmm AT A RMlifol Prim.
2 Cbicsgq’4 largest ntasic bouse,
tfroo AHealy, announces A triple
Clearing sale of Ptfoios- Nearly
one thousand splendid instru-
i art offered without reserve
until all are sold. In this stock
are all tliq, .fine saw Mehlin.
Harman, Ivors A Pond, Smith &
Nixon sfiA other noted Pianos
formerly owned by the Thomp-
Music Co. and the Healy
Music Gs^aad the big F. Q.
Thesrle Pfon» Co. All tbeee
er Pianos. In upright pianos
neat instruments at $100, $120,
$140, $150, $165, $190, $200 and
upwards. This is an unprece-
dented opportunity that will not
appear again. Any piano not
Droying . entirely satisfactory
may be returned at their expense
Address Lyon AHetly, 77 Adams
street, Chicago. Distance is no
obstacls, for in proportion to
the saving to be made the freight
charges are insignificant. Any
.hanker will assure ' you of the
entire responsibility of Lyon A
Healy, and their record of 44
years for honorable dealing.
Write today so as to avoid dis-
“One time,” said Secretary
Taft' to some newspaper men
not long ago, “three ministers
wanted to cross the Mississippi
river to attend a revival at a
place wbioh boasted of no reg-
ular ferry. Brother Syles and
brother Beamish were fine spec-
imens of humanity—at least two
hundred pfounds apiece—but
their companion was s mite of a
man weighing scarcely one hun-
dred and twenty-five. They got
a boatman to take them over,
but in midstream a severe thun-
der shower came np and threat-
ened to capsize the boat.
“Brother Syles,” said brother
Beamish, 'I think we had better
join in prayer.'
“ 'Do you though?’ shouted
the boatman. ‘Wall, I say you
don’t! You two big ones come
here an' lend a band at the oars
—an’ let that skinny fellow
pray.’ ’’—Saturday Evening Post
FIMEI TEXAS RESUEHT SflflT.
■H L least, Ftnaariy oi Clartaills,
Eltlef by IsMbst Wsssfo at iar-
via, 0k. ‘ ■ sv.
Paris, Tex., Aug„ 9.—Will E
Reams, about 85 years old, was
shot, and killed at Garvin, Ok.,
Thursday. It is stated that
Francis Taafe, acting deputy for
Constable Jim Chapman, who
bad gone up in the mountains,
approached Reams to arrest him.
Reams opened fire on him with
a shotgun, which Taafe return-
ed with a pistol. While, they
were exchanging shots Deputy
Sheriff Steve Buchanancame up
and called to Reams tp spren-
der. It is claimed I teams turned
his shotgun toward the Deputy
Sheriff, but was killed before he
could use it. A bullet from a
88 caliber revolver entered his
body on the left side and passed
entirely through, killing him
Instantly. Neither of the officei s
was hurt. A Coroner’s jury was
impaneled and returned a ver-
dict that “Deceased came to bis
death from a pisjol wound in-
flicted by Deputy Sheriff Buchan-
an in the discharge of his duty.”
No arrests were made.
The deceased formerly lived
at Clarksville, Tex., and moved
to Garviu about two years ago.
He was a blacksmith and odd
jobber, and leaves a widow and
Go to The Times office-for job
work. ' .
WE ARE SHIPPERS OF
Poultry, Eggs <vrvd
Will pay the highest cash prices for chickens, turkeys,
ducks, guineas and eggs.Also country butter, fresh, or ol<J^
bought for shipping trade, also highest prices paid- for
Hides, Wools and roeawax. We carry a full line of/gro-
ceries and feed. When in town come and give us a chance
at your bill, large or small, which will be appreciated.
“WHERE THERE’S A WILL
THERE’S A WAY”
Miss Nanie Dulse of Paris, is
spending a few 'days visiting her
aunt, Mrs. James Alsobrook.
The man who found a black
Stetson Hat, No. 21288,xxx Beav-
er, at the late fa-union will
please return to this office and
get reward. , 8 ll-2t
is an old and a "very
true saying, and in
nothing does it apply
with more force than
in the matter of sav-
ing money. Every-
one should savejsome
part of his earnings,
as it is not What one
earns but what he
saves that makes
wealth. Start an ac-
count this month with-
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Stanberry, W. M. The Clarksville Times. (Clarksville, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 62, Ed. 1 Tuesday, August 11, 1908, newspaper, August 11, 1908; Clarksville, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth973921/m1/3/: accessed October 20, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Red River County Public Library.