The Clarksville Times. (Clarksville, Tex.), Vol. 36, No. 37, Ed. 1 Friday, May 8, 1908 Page: 4 of 4
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graduate of the Bali
•t U H. Goldber
Om> to fMM st
«•••• of women apeeUltlee.
k Office hour* 2 to 4 p. m.
N Dr.P E 8 f>£ NT
• SkSt•• ’ 1 81..- " - '• ■ . ", ;
CnmSriot hid JaCneT Finiahe^Domestic
loc quality we will tel) at 8 I sc. 15c quality we will sell at 11 l*c.
' 18 and 20c quality at 14 v
Also all our White Press Linens
25c plain white dress lineo — .............
plain wmte uresa linen...................
40c plain wnivc areas iiucu-----------........
45c plain white dress linen...................
50c fancy stripe and check dress linens----
3OC plain wniic urea® hhvm......
1.00 quality *J2 inch linen sheeting........ .
1.25 Quality 90 inch linen sheeting.........
teeing the - Old Oow
fun of areas
I could’nt sing the
Crossed the road” Nor I sever Nr NihM Mg
knew a man named Optimist
that oould sing a line, so it must
be just as I say, either that or
he has taken the fellow that
looks like me to be me.
There has been so much poli-
tical noise that there haa’nt teen
a word said about the women’s
Easter hats vet: Well tbey’er Fi
done got ’em.
M. O. BUS OK OF TITUS
O. ■? TB&XY OF RED RIVER
With Joe off to the Convention
and Coon back to east Texas—
I am yours lor pesos.
We will continue our Embroidery and
Gingham Sale ton days longer.
WILL TEST \M.
■tpefisleootteCsapty *ith •UsInm
Jia Crew Moaasro.
Muskogee, Okla., May 5. On
complaint of Mayor J. W. Steen
of Checotab, and A. L. Haosam,
oounty commissioner of Wagon-
er county, a negro who refused
to comply with the Jim Crow
law arretted by a sheriff and
yected from a Missouri, Kansas A
Texas train at Cleveland, Okla.,
today .The negro got on the train
at Oklahoma City. He refused
to obey on the grounds that he
had an interstate ticket and the
law did not apply to him.Because
conductor declined to act,
the county officials took the law
in their own hands. They will
file complaint against the road
with the Interstate Commerce
Frwn a Pai
Ring, Collinsworth Co., Tex.
May 3rd, 1008.
Clarksville Times Co.
Your favor of April the 3rd is
at hand. I have neglected to
renew my subecription for this
year. I live a long way from
a money order post office, and
when I would be there I would
I was paid up till last fall,
want The Times; I have been a
reader of it from the beginning
of ita publication, and it is like
ociacy as taught by Jefferson
and Jackson and as it is being
taught today by William Jen-
nings Bryan and Joseph Weldon
2nd. We endorse for presi-
dent William Jennings Bryan of
Nebraska, and festruct our dele-
gates to Ft. Worth to vote for
him first last and all the time.
8rd. We recognise in J. W.
Bailey the greatest democrat of
the age, the most outspoken and
aggressive enemy of the trusts
and combines in congress, the
truest friend of all the people of
Texas has today, as honest as
the most honest, as pure as the
purest, as brave aa the bravest
and with ability second to note.
4th. We pledge J. W. Bailey
our support in the future as we
have given it to him in the past,
in every fight that he undertakes
in oar interest.
5th. We denounce the fight
which has been made upon him
as unjust, undemocratic and un-
christian. We declare to the
world that we have investigated
all charges made against him,
fairly, and that we have found
nothing to sustain one single
6th. We cordially invite all
those who have in the past been
fighting our matchless senator
getting letters from kinfolks to
get The Times, as I was
In that oounty.
I will send you $1.55, which
will pay me up a year in advance
aooording to my account.
I had a receipt from Mr. Fryar
but it has got misplaced aa I was
not as careful with it as I am
with my tax receipts. I have
one tax receipt which my father
paid in Clarksville in 1828, and
one of my own for each year
slnoe I was 21 years old. I am
now nearly 68 years old.
. Yours truly,
G. W. Stallings.
Tuesday at one o’olock the
oounty democratic convention
met at the oourt bouse
J. K. P. Jamison was elected
tad A. J. Street sec-
retary, B. O. Moore Asst, sec re
Between 150 and 200 delegatee
were elected to attend the Fort
The committee on resolutions
reported and the following reso-
lutions were adopted with one
Resolved first: That we the
democrats of Red River oodnty
In eonvsntion assembled hereby
our aliegianoe to the
time honored principals of Deto triumph.—New York
and sustaining him.
7th. We endorse the great
and unconquered confederate,
Col. R. M. Wynne of Ft. Worth,
for Attorney General of Texas.
J. B. White field.
C. M. Portwood.
R. M. Weaver.
Jno. K. Ford.
J. W. Ballentine.
W. G. Bryan.
G. L. Hemmtogway.
Geo. C. Blizzard.
Red River county is entitled
to six votes in the state conven-
tion that meets the 26 of May in
Sam Stanley and Jim Lynn
ont east of town have the split
log drag habit They' agreed to
keep their part of the road drag
ged if they were furnished a
drag. The drag was furnished
and last Tuesday they bad their
first opportunity to use it. They
started in at 2:30 and worked
until 5 and dragged one and one-
half miles of road as smooth as
you please. This will' be the
best illustration to the people In
the east end of the county as to
the possibilities of the drag, and
as the people beoome more fa-
miliar with the benefits to be de
rived from their use, the more
they will be need.
Dr. H. L. Pearson has gone to
attend lectures in Haskell Post
Graduate Dental College in
Chicago. Be back by June 1st.
5 8-2 F
We understand that there is a
judgment, or a rebuke, sent up-
on the people of Bogata and Pat-
tonville for not voting right.
Pattonville was so cruel—she
gave Coon Johnson two of her
votes while the U. 8. Senator
just Sot one—that is for two be
got one, and Bogata wpa so par-
tial that she gave Coon three
more votes than she did Sena-
tor Joe. And for this bit of in-
gratitude they say our trolley
line will not be built for a long
time yet, so we will have to con-
tinue to put up with swimming
“Panter” branch and a weekly
mail, a great deal of the time for
years to comer"
I say we. Of course, I have
to say we—because I live in Bo-
gata and I am with Bogata in
whatever she does, and you
know she always does about
right. Well I’ll modify that a
little and say that Bogata is al-
ways on the right side and I’ll
to join with us now in npholding prove it. About twenty-five
The greatest, single consump-
tion of brass Is. for rnnikrnni
tubes, a battleship alone having
from 80,000>to 40,000 pounds of
condenser tubing in it;: sad ow-
ing to. the oorrosive effect of sea
water this tubing must bo con-
tinually replaced. The Material
used is usually either Manta
metal—00 percent, copper. 40
per cent sine—or else a mixture
of copper, 70; sine, 29-,and tin, 1.
The popinjay was a figure of
a bird shot at for practice. The
ay was decked with parti-color-
ed feathers so as to resemble a
parrot, and, being suspended on
h pole, served aa a target. He
ball or arrow brought
down the bird hr cutting the
years ago Bogata people put the
saloons out of business here;
two years ago they elected the
great governor of Texas, and
last Saturday we elected Joe
Bailey--No I meant Coon Johnson
to go to the Convention, but I
am not saying how I voted in
that election because I am in
public business and can’t afford
to, but If I was not in public
business I would just own up
that I voted for the Waco ticket.
There is not much telling1
about a man that will refuse 121
cents for cotton and hold on to I
It tell it goes down to 7 cents
them sell it.
The folks_jip here never did
know when it faired off they
were so interested in the elec-
ion, but they realized this morn-
ing that it was fair and nearly
all went to the farms. Cotton
is about all planted and the
most people have plowed tber
oorn. In a few days, conditions
will be normal and everybody
enjoying their usual amount of
sun shine and happiness.
I couldn’t attempt to make a
personal mention of all who
have been seen upon our streets
in the past few days as every-
body was hero Saturday to vote.
I never did know about it till
a short time ago, but our mil-
liners will take your measure and
build yon a hat to order, Insure
a perfect fit, an easy arefiror,
one that wont blow off, apr get
REM H. DENTON
R. Li. UTTliOKB
Nr Mtiriti Mark.
M. T. AWHREY
SPILL BROWNE OF TITUS CO
Count* (but If not,
County wtera a i
ed>, for night v
turn day harm
Bowman, and th* an I
J. B. Bowman deo’d '
unknown, to to and appear 1
Honorable DUtriot Oourt, at the
W. W. LAWSON
a. >E. TOMLINSON
R. J. (BOB) WILLIAMS
B. F. (FRANK) DICKSON.
J. L. (LEE) KENNEDY
Nr Tax i
We press your clothes and
shine yonr shoes for $1.50 per
I make a specialty of cleaning1
and pressing ladles skirts, white
A. J. Blinooe, 4-7-8t
O. O. Park, of the Clarksville
Pantitorum, was a Paris vtsito
FERD A. HOOKER.
GEO. A. WINN.
L O. (LEE) RIKBTT3
H. WALK DUGGAN. _
regular term thereof, to to
the County of Rad River at the C
House thereof, la «3|ar avlUe <*»
26th day tf May. A. D. 1S68. ”
NumIMr being 1*26, Rum sod
to answer the Petition of W. 1
honey filed in said Court, aa the
day of March A- D. WOA ag^st .tto
said J. H. Bowman, G. M ltdwmao aafi
the unknown heir* of J. B. Bowman
deceased, and alleging in satotsan
follows, to wit:
That plaintiff and dsfoadants
joint owners of 87 70-100 seres of
patented to the heirs of J. B. Bowman
on the 14th day Of Fab. UN. by pats#
No. 264 Vol. 23; that planlntlff aad
those under whom he claims ha1
pfi^ §1] thereon ilooe
praying for a decree
title to one half of said
titlon and that he to reeml
one half of the amount of said taxes
which is alleged to be the sum of 660.-
00, and for general relief, etc.
HEREIN FAIL NOT, but have you
then and there before said Court this
Writ, with your return thereon, show
ing how you executed the same.
Gi ven under my hand and the seal of
Court In Claraville this 13th, day of
March A. D. 1908.
Attest. M. T. Awbrey Clerk District
Ooqrt Red River County, Texas.
Far Costly Trtsasrer
W. I. (will) ELLETT
W. H. HILL.
CoMtatiM SaUReal Estate.
THE STATE OF TEXAS.
County of Rbd River.
I AM PREPARED
as trut sick
Oalls answered i
Dr. Morgan Latimer
W. A. DEAN.
Far Canty CsamittioMr,
G. W. WADDELL.
In the Justice of the Peace Court of
Precint No. 1 of Red River oounty, :
. Texas, J. A. Parker, Plaintiff, va S.
M. Teel, J. R. Cook and J. W. Criner.1
| Whereas, by virtue of an alias exe-
1 cutlon issued out of the Justice of the1
I Peace Oourt of Precinct No. 1 of said
M. C. HASTINGS.
Fir JmUm el tto Plies, Precinct Ro.1 Februar
State and county, on a judgment ren-
dered in said oourt on the 24th d
C. B. CRAIG.
A. M. (ARCH) GRANT
Fir Cmtifck Predict la. 1.
Service Is the Thing
A. D. 1908, in favor of the ‘
; said J. A. Parker and against 3. M ,
| Teel J. R. Cook and J. W- Criner No.)
4190 on the docket of said court, I did
1 on the 13th day of April, A. D. 1908 at
! 10 o’clock a. m. levy upon the follow-
ing described tract or parcel of land, .
situated in the oounty of Red River
and State of Texas and belonging to*
the said J. R. Cook, to wit: Being 61 j
acres more or less, being a part of 616
acres of land granted and patented to i
John 'Butler October 2nd, 1857, by
Patent No. 968, Vol. 3, abstract No. 66;
and is situated about 2 miles south of '
Clarksville and is known as the Bobi
‘ ,y Ul
Dr. O. T. ('LARK
does a general office And con-
sultation practice, making a
1 of the ey
specialty of U>e eye test for
Olsases free. Only the best
lenses used and charges rea-
NT BARTON'S DRtiO STORE.
THAT'S WHERE WE SHINE
ASK ANY CUSTOMER OF OURS
oook place; and on the first Tussda., ...,
June, A. D. 1908, the same being the
2nd day of said' month, between the
hours of 10 o’clock a. m. and 4 o’clock,
uvuib ui viwa m. aaa* auu w w uiuust,
p. m. cm said day, at the courthouse
door of said oounty, I will offer for sale
at public auetlon, for cash,all the right,
title and internet of the said J. R
Eye. Ear, Nose
0*66 to Itte tt a a
-I to fa a
cook in and to said property. Said sale
will be made subject to deed of trust
executed by J. R. oook and wife Katie
cook to W. T. Humble, Trustee secur-
ing the payment of a note for 6500.00
due January 1st 1911 payable to the
Land Mortgage Bank of Texas Limited
at First National Bank of Fort Worth
Texas and also subject to the levy on
said premises made under alias execu-
tion issued in cause No. 4187 cause en-
titled J. A. Parker vs. S. M.Teel et si,
said alias execution issued in said
cause No. 4187 being the first received
by me against the said S. M. Teel J. R.
cook and J. W. Criner on the 11th day
Home Phone Co,
string by which It ggs Bang re-
ceived the proud $ltle of “Capt. out of 6tyle,a regular tailor made
’oplnjay” for the roet
day, and wee eeoorted 1
Bro. Day preached
»rtnon leet Sunday to
Have You Formed the Habit of
Getting the Best?
....... .-- .........TIPI M ......... ■■
If you have, not then we invite you to give
store a trial. In this matter we are willing to abide
by your judgment. Examine goods elsewhere, get
prices etc., butbefort buying inspect our line.
This Will Mean mat We Will Sell
You the Goods.
In oar Stationery Deportment you will find .11 the
latest Cadi and fancies ofthe day. We carry by far
' the largest line in the city. We have the most com-
plete line of baseball supplies in the county. Our
- Mine of high grade toilet articles cannot be surpassed
in this section of the State. Our prescription de-
psrtment isso well knopn and so thoroughly estab-
lished that it needs no advertising.
The Corley Drug Go.
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE TIMES
of April, 1909 and alia* execution under
which the sale herein mentioned is to
be made is the seoond alias execution
received by me on said April 11th,
Dated at darsville, Texas, this the
13th day of April 1908.
Constable Preolnct No. 1, of Red
River oounty Texas.
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In the Justice of the Peace
Court of Precinet No. 1 of Red
River County, Texai, J. A. Par-
ker, Plaintiff, va. J. W. Criner,
S. M. Teel and J. R. Cook, De-
Whereas, by virtue of an alias
execution issued out of the Jus-
tice of the Peace-Court of Pre-
cinct No. 1 of laid State and
County, on a judgment rendered
in said Court on the 24th day of
February, A. D. 1908, in favor
of the said J. A. Parker and
against J. W. Criner, 8. M. Teel
and J. R. Cook No. 4187 cm the
docket of said Court, I did on
the 18th day of April,A. D. 1908,
at 10 o’clock a. m. levy upon the
following described tract or par-
cel of land, situated in the coun-
ty of Red River and State of
Texas and belonging to the said
J. R. Cook, to wit: Being 61
acres more or less, being a part
616 acres of land granted and
patented to John Butler October
2nd, 1867. by Patent No, 958,
y<4. 8, abstract No. 66 and is
started about 2 mile* south of
Otarksville and to known to the
Bob Oook place; and on the first
Tuesday in June, A. D. 1906,
same being the 2nd day
month, between tb
o’clock a. m. and 4.
on said day, at the
door of said Cpuntyi
for sale at public suctiah,
cash, all the right, title
terost of the said J. R.
and to said proparty
will be made subject to
ue Jan. 1st, 1911
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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. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth974074/m1/4/: accessed March 25, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Red River County Public Library.