The Clarksville Times. (Clarksville, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, May 8, 1908 Page: 3 of 4
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Miss Bffle E
visiting Mrs. J.
Shields flie Food irom Alum
Mr. snd Mrs. Jim Keel
Sunday in Paris with
Sara Ferguson and fatally °*
Wichita Falls have been visiting
Tp mV and Mm: 8am 'Harris of
of Detroit were guests at the
vening at B1 Paso.
Miss Hattie Burrus of Boasrell
OMa., is visiting relatives in the
Joe Gaines of Texarkana is
visiting relatives and old friends.
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I Methodist chnrch since a child.
A CL BHcktdonhfld wife ahd
Jas. B. Blackmon and wife from
Shayrqa^ Gala., bpucht proper-
ty here and moved into their new
Our school will dose next
wcwJjwitb tvsd nights entertain
The graduating exercises will
be Friday morning.
_ . Miaa Kate Dgiigy.ijLyisitiqglp
Mg. Tp« Guest is visiting in
t. Vdffl&nt, Cftla.
aid’s baby -is very
We chronical the sad death of
Mm. Lucile Braden, this week,
which occured Sunday May 8.
She leaves a young husband,
parents and a large circle of
f riends to moum her death, be*
aides a sweet tt^ie babe just two
months odt,- Shewed. only .been
married a year and it seemed so
hard to see bfii* ^6, • when she
and her basband had suoh bright
prospectt for a.-iffer^f love and
a pure conseemtfd Christian life,
having been a meinber of the
Mrs. Hattie Howard of Texar-
kana is here visiting' Mm. Elisa-
Henry Latimer of Idabel.Okla.
visited his mother and other ml*,
atives from Sunday to Wednes
The Misses Seek el of . Paris
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Her dying words “do not grieve are gnests of Mm. J. W. O’Neill - •
for me mamma ahd husband, but daring the Commencement Ex-
meet me in Heaven where there efoises of the High School,
is no pain,” should be a great
consolation to all, for if we live
right, which is a duty we owe to
God ajpd ourselves we can see
dear Lucile again and all par
loved ones gone on just before.
We extend our heartfelt sympa-
thy to all bereaved friends and
One extra good Jersey cow
with yoang beifer calf.
5-8-4 t* Lin Sivley. .
Mr. ahd Mrs.Snell of Blakeney
attended quarterly meeting here
StaiHay. Also Mr. Hemming way
Mrs. J. H. Qaton of Detroit
was here Sunday ein|| organized
A Woman's Home Mission So-
Misses Emma Brandon and Ida
Chambliss visited Blanton Creek
Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mm. Chandler of De-
troit attended the funeral of
Mrs. Braden Monday.
Kid Ward went to Paris on
business last week.
Mrs. Maud Faught of Paris
was called to Woodland on ac-
count of the illness and death of
her niece, Mrs. Braden.
Mm. J. M. Willis and little aon
of Plano spent several days
here this week visiting the fatal
ly of Tony Latimer.'
Alva Anderson la down at De-
Kalb doing some brick work. At
the present he is htid up in his
work on the annex to the aourt
g. Rhaumaitista Muses more pain
And suffering1 than any other
.disease, for the reason that is
the most common of all ills, and
it is certainly gratifying to suf-
ferers to know that Chamber
Iain’s Pain Balm will afford re-
lief, and make rest and sleep
possible- In many, cases the
relief from pain, which is at first
temporary, -has become perman-
ent; while in old people subject
of chronic rheumatism often
broighi on by dampness 6r
changes in the weather, a per-
manent cure cannot be expected
the relief from pain which this
liniment affords is alone worth
many times its cost. 25 and 50
cent sizes for sale by all d rug-
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Nicely furnished room one
block from square. Good for one
or two gentleman. Apply at this
We have opened a pantitorioum
in this c\ty. Call and see us.
Guthrie & Parks.
is * till headquarters for high grade cleaning, pressing
and dyeing I also clean and re-block hats.
New Steam Process
nothing like R in the city. We meet competition in all
lines. Seoond hand clothing bought and sold. Don’t
forget the place; Frank Parker’s, rear end Donoho hotel.
.D PHONE NUMBER 15
NEW PHONE NUMBER a 14.
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Poultr y W anted
Carlin O’Neill is attending the
Electrical ConvwUnn, now eon home of Mhand Mrs. Ed Nichols
Saturday and Sunday.
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- Miss Dot Patton has been the
guest of Migy hfohel Gray Dur-
rum for tho social functions of
Mrs. John Dowell of Rosalie,
who has been visiting her daugh-
ter. Mrs. Jay Hall, left Sunday
for a visit to Paris.
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Join the pantitorium. $1:50
per month. North side square.
/ We are^glad to state that Jay
Hal), who was so seriously in
jured a few weeks ago, is resting
The Cemetery Society will
meet with Mrs. J. R. Kennedy
next Tuesday afternoon at three
o’clock. < V
- Mias Alma McCallum of Wood-
land has recently been Installed
night operator for the Home
W. H. -Wolf of Annona was
here Wednesday in the interest
of the Annona Independent
Bchool District bond issue.
Lamar comity was swept by
another cyclone Tuesday in
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Mrs. Diokaon returned
dqy from a visit of several
ia Paris with her daughter
Mrs. J. P. Miller and ,li*tte
daughter, Effie,have gone to Ft.
Worth for a two weeks visit
their aon and brother, Perry
Miss Ms belle Caldwell of Ft.
Worth who has been Miss Louifie
Cheathams guest for several
weeks left Thursday for her
' The Southwestern Telephone
Co. is having its new directory
printed. _ It will be out between
this and the first of the month.
J&Prof. Sam Houston of Detroit,
.one of the county's most succeas-
ul teach era spent several days
in Clarksville this week.
Dr. and Mrs. W. O. Hearn of
Aokworth spent Yesterday in
Clarksville, shopping, meeting
friends and transacting business
Hudson Edwards was down at
New Boston from Monday until
Wednesday. On Tuesday night
helped to initiate 20 members in-
to the Macabee lodge at that
Rev. F. O. Miller was up at
Fort Worth Monday and Tues-
day, and on his return home was
accompanied by his two little
grandsons, Ray Albert Miller.
Their mother 4rill arrive in a
few days for a visit at Rev. Mil-
lers heme. ** *
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Our stock of Poultry feed is large and fresh. Try
some for your young chickens If you have
trouble with your poultry phone us and we will
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give you all the information we have, and assist
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you all we can. Two cars ear corn to arrive this
week- Phone your wants now and when the corn
arrives we will phone you-
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PATRICK J. GRAVES
•wain and enoocn nuNDRina
Will Hamilton played the wod<
’ Dr. Pearson is a practicing
dentist and a leading business
man of the city, having acquired
considerable property here.
The bride comes from one of
out oldest and best families, and
is herself possessed of many gra-
cious accomplishments of head
and heart, fvhich have always
given her a passport to the in-
ner circle of society and to the
hearts of her associates.
Mr. and Mrs. Pearson werq
accompanied to the noon
bytfthe guests who wished
a “bdn voyage.”
They will visit Chicago and
other cities north and east.
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W« p*y the highest Otsh ffece Itrr Pqultry, Eggs, Snakeroot,
Hidei and Woof. We carry a fall line of Staple and Fanoy
Groceries. Also <
and other Feed Staff.
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The Times is in receipt of an
invitation to attend the graduat-
ing exercises of the class in den-
tistry of Vanderbullt University.
Clifford McCain of Bogata is one
of the graduating class.
The Home talent performance
tonight, given by pupils at
high, school, should be 'well
rontsed. The opera house should,
be full with ‘standing room only’
signs out Attractive drills wiH
be put on between acts.
Mrs. W. M. Parks entertained
the Ladies Aid Society of the
American Presbyterian church
Thursday afternoon. After the
regular business, several matters
of importance were discussed.
The hostess was ably assisted by
her daughter, Miss Mary, in
serving delicious refreshments.
For fishing tackle, base ball
goods, sad oil kind of sporting
goods there hi no place like the
“ In February our daughter
' had the whooping cough. Mr.-
jLane, of Hrtland, recommended
Chamberlain's Gpugh Remedy
I and said it gave his customers
<tiie beet of sa!tlsfaoiioh:*:Ww
found it so he said, and can re
commend it to anyone having
children troubled wMbr-w! _
cough,"says Mm.A. GasUaf Du*
rand. Miob.. Vor sals by ail
of the primary
>ct No. 2 on
tions wes£idopted endorsing
W^ii^ityan for president, R.
M. Wrynne tbr Attorney General
and endorsing the record of
Senator Ballsy, and instructed
for Belle* delegates. The follow
log resolution introduced by Pat
Clark, Jr., was voted down by a
vote of 49 tt> 9.
Resolved. that we the dem-
ocrats Of Precinct no 2 in com
vention assembled do declare
that all public officials are the
servante/of the people and we
condemn as unwarranted, the ac-
ceptance by our office holders,
of' employment, loans, fans or
gtfta from public service corpora
tiOna or any agent or represen-
tative of the aggregations of
wealth other than those regular-
ly employed in lending money.
Benefield has been holding for
higher prices. The price paid
Monday was nine cents.
The fish are biting good now,
and there is no tackle on earth
that they will tackle as quick as
they will that yon get at the
Read the Times and see if you <MWt of 1
oat get 1
Trj, e box of the fancy atatioo-
y that 700 get at the News
A quiet home wedding was
celebrated Wednesday morning,
the contracting parties being Dr.
H. L. Pearson and Miss Mary
Donobo, daughter of Capt. J. B,
Rev. F. O. Miller, pastor of
the Methodist chnrch, performed
the impressive ceremony which
was witnessed by a few inti
mate friends sad relative a.
The bride, who was gowned in
white, carried a cluster bouquet
of easier lillies. Her slater Mrs.
INSURE YOUR HEALTH
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This hank values the business it receives iron its
customers and takes every opportunity of telling them so.
Our customers on the other band appreciate the fact that
the service extended to them is coupled with security.
Any business arrangement tu be permanent must be mu-
tually satisfactory and profitable. Therefore in the select,
ing ef your bank, have*permanency in view and
for joqr present snd future wallbeing with a
GOOD, SOUND DANK
afternoon when a car load of
South Texas grass steers ship-
ped by Ed Lasater of Falfurias,
Texas, sold on the Fort Worth
market t# Armour A Co. for
$6.50. The steers averaged 1.270
and were cake and grass fed.
This is the highest price ever
paid for South Texas cattle at
For base ball goods go to the
News Stand. They have the
best at the lowe$b prices.
At .The Spear
W. A. Blackwell, Paris; H.
Tobalowsky, Dallas; Wm. It.
McFarland, Beston; J. P. Hill
Hill, Idabel; Geo. W. Pierce,
Dallas; Wm. Sabey, Dallas; H.
E. Marcomct, Cincii.nattie; W.
E. King, Paris; A. C. Pepper,
>allas; J. H. Carnes Paris; O. R.
Duchman, Paris; Tom Slaton,
Paris; W. C. Hamilton, City;
M. G. Jarrean, Dallas; O. L
Garner, Texarkana; R. R. Ben-
nett, Dallas; E. G. Atkinson, St.
Louis; Ohas. A.Morror, Chicago;
8. L. Dale, Dallas;Geo.D.Hamil-
ton, Commerce^ Wm. Sizemore,
Okla. City; L C Stiles and wife
English; Lee Tayloe, City; Robt
Hurt, Paris; II. L. Simpson,
Paris; W. E. Easterwod, Hous-
ton E. E. Lukenbill, Dallas; \y.
E. Alexander, Dallas; H. C.
Robinson, Paris;-B. L- Bruce,
Dallas Geo. W. Pharr, Louis
ville; P. M. Miller .Chicago; D
K. Tolson, Ft. Smith; G. W.
Martin, Chicago; R. L. Thornton
St. Louis; W. H. Altman, Sher-
man; J. H. James Paris; C. D-
Marsh, Dallas; J. N. Maxwell,
Fort Worth or any other mark-
Mr. Lasater had also six cars
of steers on the market, averag-
ing 1,120, which sold at $5.60,arid-
seven cars of steers, averaging
1,079, which s)ld at $5 35. These
fn themselves are record prices.
Heretofore Mr. Lasater has
been an exclusive shipper to
northern markets, and this was
his first shipment to Fort Worth.
Naturally he declares that be
will come agaiu. The sales were
made by the Georgo R. Barse
Fis* Turkey Eggs Far Sals.
Giant Bronze, Mickle strain,
eggs $8.00 per fifteen. S. C.
Rhode Island Reds, $1'50 per 15
Barred Rocks 75c per 15.
Mrs. W. J. Dinwiddie.
8-14-2 m Clarksville, Texas.
The News Stand has a line
of fancy stationery. Take a
look at It. tf
lias; F. McDearman,St.Louie;
"’R. Brownlee St. Louis.
In our issue of last week we
stated that Prof. Greenwood
would teach the Fulbright school
again This may b3 so and it
may not, but the trustees of
the school have yet made no
contract for the coining year.
Dr. Shrygley who lives in
Dinwiddie addition, suffered a
rtroke of paralysis this week and
is still in a serious condition.
Young Jersey cow with first
heifer calf. 5 8-4t
Mrs. J. C. Deaver.
Miss Settle Miller who has
been teaching school at Albion
has'closed her school and return-
ed home for the summer. .
Mrs. Fannie Smith of BlAssom
is visiting her sister Mrs. A. L.
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« * . ■—v > I N. M. Howison of Bogata was
AD Isssrfs hr AD Hartals Irakis Had in Clarksville Tuesday, -a'.
All recordsTTl’l markets J -,**»■ °}d
the history ofTexae cattle in- ^ldentof C^ksville, Is quite
dustry were smashed Wednesday | “** _ * '
GRANT Sc THOMAS*
RESTAURANT AND SHORT ORDERS.
Regular Meal 260. Lodalng 26c
Nice dean and eoel Seda. We are Itere ear!||
and la$e. Fruits, cigar* and cold drlnkc.
YOUR BUGINE8G APPRECIATED
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Stanberry, W. M. The Clarksville Times. (Clarksville, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, May 8, 1908, newspaper, May 8, 1908; Clarksville, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth974074/m1/3/: accessed November 21, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Red River County Public Library.