The Clarksville Times. (Clarksville, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 38, Ed. 1 Friday, May 13, 1910 Page: 1 of 4
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The Peering ideal Mower
Will oome NT tin and u; that
we are having fine weather for
making crope, only a little too
eooL Haro had no packing or
waahing rains jet.
Health of the oonntrjrte good.
We learn that J. H. Howard is
right tick at bis home at Savan-
Rev. G. B. Ferguson will
preach at Coleman Springe next
Saturday *and Sunday. The
church at the 8prtnga Is In a
The Baptist Church and W.
O. W. Forest here are so far
completed that the Woodmen
have moved Into the nppor story.
The chueeb ie not so neer com-
pleted as the flooring gave out
end loft a strip of 6 feet Fall
length SO feet end doom end
windows ere needed for both
There will be a grave ysrd
working here the 4tb Friday
May 20th.. Hope to have a full
turnout of goodsWorkera.
Decoration day will be oboerv
ed here at Boxelder on Sunday
the 5th day of June when five
monuments will be decorated
Dallam Texas, will nive a cash
prise of 160.00 tor the beet essay
te answer to the query. ‘‘.Why
Should n Father Insure Hie
Lifer written hy a girl or boy
under the age of fifteen, who la
an enrolled pupil in may public
or private aehool. A cash prise
of fiflO OO end $20.00 respectively
will also be given tor the sec-
ond and third heat essays. None
bat enrolled pupils, under fifteen
yean of age, admitted as con-
testants. Bash ooo tee taut mast
prepare his or her essay unaided
by say older person, though in-
formation on the subject may be
aoagbt from parents, ministers,
merchants,Ilfs insurance agents,
and others. Sanya mast be
limited to two bandied words.
To give every girl end boy an
opportunity to study the anb
ject, and to writs and mwrlte
their essays before submitting
them, the time of submitting
papers will be from the tenth to
the twentieth of Jely. No paper
need be aeat in nntil after July
tenth. A committee will peas
upon the papers submitted and
the award will be announced oo
the first of August. ■
Write the essay in ink, on one
aide of the paper only. Write
your name In full and give birth
date,school district In which yon
are enrolled, with uame of prin-
cipal of school, together with
pdstofflce address on a separate
slip; seel the slip separately,
H It covers from 10 tn S9 aoree to Uke earn of them than any
of ground and an* of* la IS druggists in Clarksville We Are
tost deep with a constant AM Telling the Truth,
of pom spring wet* going out When we any we offer yon se
all the time. large and carefully selected Une
at it - - u, w-M—n cOammlemlm end patent
en? rnanv wW hmkfim to eelnot front - can-
and many otbera Mmr Hon. ^ tomaA tn North Texas. We
vUtethTflOtT Cone is airotur Are Telling the Truth
vum m ms. ujm worn Whan wa ask year attention
h.„ “d- h— ;.«*» „ oar Use. Of Njal and A. D. 8.
stronger p Remedies because we know the
■apnrwr. with which they are pre-
Monday eootointor to Truth. /
rency and n tow piece* 4$ Mlver When we nay to yds that to
is known. If ha will idpm or Ukag Store oa earth or under
mall the seme to J.' K. P. lemlseo She earth or above the earth can
there will be nothing mom to it. vopply itself end offer to tne
She demitot, treble hMstore «*timn. of Clarkeville and Red
for him. River County e higher grade of
Convert- that pasture into a
hog heaven by fencing it with the
American .Pittsburg or Elwood Hog
Fence. These are . standard
makes ot wire and will give satisfac-
tion. We ha ve on hand three cars
of these goods and can furnish the
height and weight desired at a live
and let live price.
fl Few Important Features
Working parte made of steel, malable and wrought iron.
Wheel* are high and powerful.
The main axle and gear shaft are fitted with the famous
Deering roller hearings which minimize friction. ■*
The Ideal is well balanced and prevents side draft.
(Jut equally well on level, on a ridge, or in a furrow.
No sagging of cutter bar.
Starts without hacking.
The foot lift can he operated hy a boy, and it picks up
the bar instantly..
And many other very important points whicli we will not
gi jo in this space.
If you want a mower made correctly and that
will cut, you will find it in the Deering Ideal.
Let us show you why.
Grove bud e neighborhood picnic
Of their own Into Sat untoy. A
press of business prevented our
picnic editor* from befog pre-
sent, but we learn that it wee »
most enjoyable occseiOfi, end
that everybody bed egeed time.
Some of the young m*n who
went out from here no fell tn
love with the cooking as evidenc-
ed by the dinner, thatflbpy have
deolercd their intentions of go-
ing will be unveiled. The ad-
dress on Woodcraft will be de-
livered by Horn Eugene Black
of Clarksville. 'There will be
dinner on the ground end ell
nearby or far away Woodmen
and friends are Invited to come
be with us, and the Editor of
The Times is specially invited.
Come down,look around, get ac
quainted with the beat comma
nity and best people in the
end enclose with tbo
address the package to South-
land Life Insurance Company,
284 Commerce St., Dalles, Tex
as. Write across the end of the
envelope, “Prise Coolest Es-
The Southland Life Inenranoe
Company is to be commended
JOHN M. BUTCHER DRUG
lag out there to ^pe if they enn
not fool some of Ihn yonafc Indies
Into taking the Job o( eooking
for them ell the time. The
orators of the day warn B. C.
Jones, Hurvey Miller of New
Boston, Rev. J. 8. Hfibberd,
end Will H. LeMaater. 1
The Big Store
On West Half Red River National Bank Block
for the forgoing prise offer to
1 nlnla a n/1 k/tna QinMA < t fix A MBaI
All stockholders in the Crystal
Lake at Coleman Springs ere
called to meet at Annona on the
ISth inst. at 2 p. m. Business of
importance, so come along.
To the People of Roulie and
Surrounding Country a
girls end boys. 8ince the wel
fere of a nation consists of the
character of its men and women,
and aioce poverty and ignorance
have been the parents of ci ime
in all ages, the practical effect
of this effort to educate the ris-
ing generation can be readily
With low prices and quality
and ride right over it. Our
bargains are as hot as the
weather in high grado
I have opened a stock oj
at Rosalie TuJtU^QQ ,
closed two years. The little
branch was full of native fish;
besides the shipments of govern-
ment fish put in there. About
paying 50c per half day tf-dot
Life insurance im
p ials to the nobler instincts ■
men. It makes for thrift, ly|
dustry end morality. Its patrons
and advocates constitute the
’vanguard of e higher end better
When the subject of life in-
’ surence shell have fuller and
! freer discussion in the home,
\ home life end its surroundings
1 will be improved thereby. Three
prises are to be awarded under
this offer. Will one of them
oome to Clarksville.
Those who intend.
building should secure their
lathe, shingles, etc..from
our well seasoned stock.
arouse more pleasing mem-
oriae of a refreshing end
healthful draught, then a
bottle of cold sparkling
Lemon 8ode Pop,Coen Cole
or Dr Paper, will after
partaking. It is made from
The Parent Syrup end flit
ered Artesian Water.
Also we are Jobbers of
fine Candies, Ex tracta.Grape
its normal enedltlos, tearing will te
destroyed forever; nine oases out of
ten are caused by Catarrh, which Is
nothing but an Inflamed condition of
We will give One Hundred Dollars
for any oaaa of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) that eannot be cured hy
Hall’s Catarrh Cura. Sand for cir-
P. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, a
Sold by Druggists, 75c.
Taka Hall’s family Pills for
I will hdyTl
ter and give
Then the fishing
began and now it would require
a mathematician of some noto-
riety to solve the problem as to
how many fish was taken from
the Lake, and what would they
Some say the most correct or
satisfactory estimate would be
Barry Lumber & Tie Go
800 fish per day for 15 days.
II (J M>>or<* Is ‘n Pine Bluff,
A Special Purchase of Remnants and Short Lengths enables
us to offer these remarkable bargains. Th«s sale of remnants
and odds and ends begins Saturday May 14th and closes the
next Saturday Mav 21st. NEW YORK RACKET* . . ♦
Mr*. Z-1U Teel
week in Tyrrell.
FOUND-Child* bead brace
I let. call at this
J. D. Nance, a traveling man
on* of Hugo, but well kbown
here wa* in the city on business
I adiea vicl kid pump, coban heel, strap and
fancy bow. This pump is worth $1.75 I CQ
Our price per pair only------------------------------B
Ladies vici kid blucher oxford, four large evo-
lete, high stylish heel, new pointed toe,
worth $2.00. Special sale price per | "Jg
ODDS AND ENDS OF ENAMEL-
These are regular remnant prices.
Handled sauce pan 2 1-2 quart, sale price fi.
only................................... ..............— ............••
2 quart enamel milk pan, aaie price each fig
4 quart handled sauce pan, regular 20c |f>
value. 8ale price only —------------------- .....
4 quart enamel milk pan. 8ale price Ha
REMNANT LACES IN io YARD
10 yard remnants of 5 and 7 l-2c laces. These
are all new patterns, but put up in 10 yard
remnant lengths. Special price per card SRm
of 10 yards only.............................................. .._mAM
1000 yard* apron check ginghams that are real
lv worth 7 1 2c per yard. Remnant sale J-
per yard only .......................................:.............
A D. (Boog) Linnox has gone
to Mineral Wells to spend a few
050 yards of fancy pattern ginghams, rem
nante of 3 to 12 yards, real value 7c per Q|
\ aid Special for this remnant sale only
Fancy patterns in lawns, 8 to 7 yard lengths
worth 7c per yard. Remnant price per JL
yard only _ ...............................'
High grade lawns, late patterns of new mill
lengths, Stoll yards. Real valne 10 and Q^
12 1 2c, remnant price per yard only-----------
Mr*.’.I. 8. Kerbow of Detroit
smut the first of the week here
high Grade dressginghams
Remnants of tine dross ginghams wortli 15 and
20c per yard regular. These remnant, are from
3 to 0 yard length* and just direct from IIm
the mil s Per yard only ...........................
Mesdaines Eitello Cheatham,
M iry Sim* Corley. H. C Moore
and Miss Lucy 8wain are in
per pair only —...........-i.------------------------- * w
Ladles strap oxfords, very soft flexible scle,
plain pointed toe. Our special price per I 1C
pair only-----------------*s— -----------------------------
6 quart gray enamel milk pan, value 25c. I Cm
Remnant sale price only..........-.....—.........
Deep bine enamel 14 quart deep dish pan, 4C«
worth 40c. Sate price only —.-----------mww
ODD LOTS AND OTHER BAR
About 1200 yards of brown domestic in 8 to 17
yard remnants. These are mill remnants and
worth in the bolt 7c per yard, our sale price
in short length* 3 to 17 yards, per yard 4.
only ...................... .........- ........................
You can find fresh barbecued
meat every Wednesday and Sat-
urday at the meat market of
Baal and Thompson, Northeast
Nate Peterson of Loda Illinois
was in the city on business last
week. My Peterson spent a
couple of yeara here and at Bag-
well, hand ling. land. Umber, and
lumber, and aUll owns some
timber land in the north part of
Ladies white handkerchiefs, remnant sale
Remnants of ladies collars worth 15 and
25c. Sale price each.only.................. ..............
Ladies belts, 20 and 25c value, special I
sale price only_________________________... .....----
Flower* for trimming ladies hate worth 10c
bunch. Remnant sale price only.—
Hand bogs and purses, regular 85c valne. |
Sale price each only ——~—..'
LADIES PATENT LEATHERS.
Ladies patent leather strap oxford, has the
dressy high heel and patent bow. Our | 1C
price per pair only ............ ......................- - ■ *w
Ladies all patent leather strap oxford. This is
a very high grade stylish oxford with the
latest correct last and toe. Our price O KjQ
per pair only ..... ... .....------------- —• - 'm*m.
TmAI— patent leather blucher exford, medium
heel, large eyelets, absolutely correct in « CQ
shape. Price per pair only —...................™ ww
Miasm vici strap oxford with leather bow,
school heal and late style awing last, a neat
dreaaj oxford, sixes 9 to 12. Sale price fl IQ
par pair only..—--------------lu-S----------1 ■*
Miasm patent leather oxford with strap and
buckle. Tills is a stylish patent oxford. | CA
Sines 9 to 2, per pair only......................-■ ••
Tlii'so mill lengths are all new patterns, in
3 1-2 to 6 yard remnants.
These remnants are all two to four inches wide,
in 3 to ti yard longths and worth regular 7 12
and H I 3 per \ aid. Our remnant sale ^1^
price per yard only............................
Remnant* extra wiAe, worth 15 and 20c regular
ail in 3 to 0 yard remnants. These are spec Q«
ial bargain*. Sale price per yard only.,.....
Job lot of men’s shoes, our regular $2 00 and
$2.60 stuck, throe or four pair of a kind. To
close out them odd lots quick, and give
our customers n bargain, price will be I QQ
MENS PANTS, JOB LOT.
Odds and end* and different styles of men’s
pants all worth $1 50 and $1.76 per pair. To
W. T. Ferguson and son J. 8.
Ferguson, of Deport were In the
oity Monday nlgnt, and on Turn
day went ou to Hot Spring*
Ark., where they go to try the
efficacy of the water oo the
younger Ferguaoo, who la suf-
fering with rbesmotlem.
OXFORDS FOR MEN AND BOYS.
Men’s Romeo plain toe oxford, rubber sides,
made for comfort. Price per pair | Jg
close out this lot quid, per pair for this
Men’s viol blucher oxford with the awing
last that flto the foot. Prioe pair | Jg
A Remnant Sale means a Saving to you. Save that Dollar
FirstDay of Sale C« «*/! May the 14th
Last day of Sale OA.lVirilOy May the 21st
SHORT REMNANT LACES.
Short lengths of laces, val and torchons, all
worth 5 and 7c per yard regular. These lengths
are 8 to 7 yard*. Special remnant price Q1A
Boys kid blucher oxford, shaped Juat like
a man’s oxford. 81ms 1 to 5 1-2. per I CQ
H. P. Stubblefield a good
farmer from the Bogota ejentrj
Iras in the city Toeeday, and
came around and subscribed for
The Timm, in order, sa he eaM,
u> k»ep up with the political sit
nation, snd the affaire of the
per yard only
T5he New York
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Stanberry, W. M. The Clarksville Times. (Clarksville, Tex.), Vol. 38, No. 38, Ed. 1 Friday, May 13, 1910, newspaper, May 13, 1910; Clarksville, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth974044/m1/1/: accessed August 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Red River County Public Library.