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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Radium Record — 15 October 1911
© a <±j ° S> © o © © o THE RADIUM RECORD Vol.1. No. I. RADIUM, JONES COUNTY, TEXAS, October 15, 1911. ' Subscription, $1.00 Per Year • _____ RADIUM—The Newest Town in Texas, is Located in the "Jersey Cream Section" oí the Great County of Jones "Y /"'■ K . ■ • "V r, f:k^ . • * •• • « V , , f . . -,r 1 i •/ • J ,/ '<?. • " . < • 3. ... f■ ■ ar ■ : * «• i ■* W RADIUM IS THE IDEAL LOCATION FOR A CITY Water la Plenty and It It Pure and Unadulterated LAND VALUES WILL SOAR And the Man on the Ground Floor Will Get the Benefits COUNTRY now accessible by the Abilene Southern Railroad was but recently devoted ex- clusively to the cattle industry. The cowboy with his "chaps" and spurs, the longhorn and the prairie clog reigned supreme. As far as the eye of man could perceive there was but a wide vista of prairie, with here lint] there the monotony broken with the relieving outline of a postoak or mesqititc. Observe the change here now. Farms have yielded a fertile production, houses...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Radium Record — 15 October 1911
© The Radium Record So Good it is Published at RADIUM, JONES COUNToY, TEX. G. W. POWER.® o.Editor i— =^~ The arrow that leaveth the bo\% un- aimed is calculated to break the win- dow of the innocent neighbor—some- o times. Not caring to take the chance of demolishing the property of the innocent we shall aim every arrow that leaves the Record bow. That "aim" shall be to help the newest and best town in Texas grow. Recognize Radium? ° Subscription Price $1.00 Payable in Advance. WILL RADIUM SECTION BE- COME ALFALFA DISTRICT? Homes of Substantial Farmers Around Radium The truth of any rumor that ha gained wide credence can only be reached by careful and painstaking investigation. From a number of sources comet the op.nion that alt this rich and fertile section oí which the Radium trade ta composed is sub- irrigated. The truth or falsity of these assertions can only be deter- mined finally by a succession of tests, the efficacy of which u worldly wide as successful—the questioe, will t...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Radium Record — 15 October 1911
£ o © v.. © © \ © BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES AWAITING YOU. There is no doubt but if everyone could see the location of Radium, ob- serve the country adjacent and have the pleasure of a few days' hunting and fishing in the Clear Fork and other streams near here, all who were able would have a turainer home here, at least. All this merely from the standpoint of the pleasure seeker. These things are true. No one can or would attempt to dispute it. <> However, we of the Record do not want people to come lucre for that reason alone. Combined with that asset, however, O thi% is a town where money can be made. Not only can you make money buying Radium real estate and secur- ing the advantage of an increase in price, but in eevry department of the trade, merchandising, efc., there is a cOlnfortable financial benefit awaiting he who would grasp opportunity by the forelock and comeu now to Radium. TOWNS DEPEND ON TRADE TERRITORY. Train at Radium Stop—Homes of Nearby Farmers IMMIGRATION TO T...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Radium Record — 15 October 1911
'£> ® ® • 0 1P ® 'AOtU/1 TOVHSnZ CO. Wheat Field This Spring—Church and School Scene, 2 miles of Radium, in Abbey Community Cotton Gin Being Elected—Now Completed—Other Homes of Nearby Farmers "N Rir. A l ICTION SALE November 2,1911 ..RADIUM.. JONES COUNTY, TEXAS EXCURSION RATES ON AOILENE SOUTHERN RAILWAY FROM BALLINGER ANO HAMLIN AND ALL INTERMEDIATE POINTS tia day will mark the opening of the sale of lots in Radium, and wonderful opportunities will be given to pur- chase lots either for an investment or a home. COL RUFUS J. LACKLAND Will Conduct This Sale (¡Come and buy yourself an investment in a Town Where the Taxes and Bonded Indebtedness are not Oppressive. (¡Come where pure, cool well water can be obtained in abundance at a depth of from 25 to 40 feet. QCome where wood for fuel can be obtained at from 75 . cents to $1.25 per cord. QCome where your milk cows can be turned into a large . pasture abundantly supplied by nature with plenty of grass and water. (¡Come where you ...