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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 16 June 1925

r; JUSTIN, TEXAS ASS UnUctaUy. ot 'IS*** 9 2Rrfi Ktu^r ®0unty Wimitni VOLUME V—NUMBER 6. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1925. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Trades Day Specials Plain White Plates— Per set of six 65c Plain White Cups and Saucers— Per set of six ^ 85c 9-ounce Glass Goblets— Per set of six 65c Glass Mixing Bowls in nests of _ four assorted sizes, per nest ..75c Quantity limited. Cj/>c <7flarabfe$Sardu)are , - ciMMSwur rtjocs -/aw- F/BSr WITH TH£N[W-JUSrP#OXt MP / Baptists Take Game From Christian Team Costumes Are Feature of Children's Parade About 50 children in costume were in the parade advertising the Chau- tauqua Friday night, and the judges had a difficult task selecting the win- ners of the prises offered by the Chautauqua management. The parade formed in line at the Chautauqua grounds near the gram- mar school building and marched to the business district and lined up on the square, where the judging took ■place. Honors for the best girl's costume ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 16 June 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, JUNE ]0, lor,, HBO RIVER COUNTY REVIEW III VIEW PUSU8HING CO., INC.. Publlahars Altered a* second claw Matttr March S, 1879. A. T. BRYCE. Editor and Manager Worse Than Useless Another church congregation gets Into the papers with a Bible-reading atunt. One hundred and thirty people working in relays read the Scriptures through In 89 houm and 15 minutes. We are told that the members were bo pleased with their accomplishment that they voted unanimously to make the "Bible Marathon" an annual event. One may search long without find- ing anything to praise in this accom- plishment. At best it is a useless feat, in the class with the stunt of the man who paddled a canoe from Paris to Rome, or the "marathon dancers" of a few years ago, or the man who wen over Niagara in a barrel. At its ■worst it is an extreme irreverent treatment of the scriptures in a place where they should recieve only the utmost of respect. Such performances are not calcu- lated to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 16 June 1925

TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1925. THE RED "RIVER COUNTY REVIEW 'Chigger' Season Here; Doctor Gives Advice 'The chigger season 1b here. And about the best remedy for 'them, according to Dr. A. ,\V. Mon- tague Jr., city physician, is to keep from getting them. If you do con- tract a few while trimming the lawn or wandering through the high grass or brush, don't scratch them, the doc- tor, advises, according to an article In the Port Worth Star-Telegram. Scratching does not ease the pain caused by the little red pests; it mere- ly irritates it. In referring to cblggers, If the word does not sound polite enough, say "harvest mites." The other person may not know what you are talking about, but that la correct and a more polite designation. Intimate acqualn lances know them only as "chiggers." Scientists have determined that the "mites" that attack us and gorge themselves to death on our blood are "baby chiggers." The "pupa" and "mama" chiggers have got beyond the foolish stage of killing themselv...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 16 June 1925

C j* r THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, JUNE 16, 1925. Unci* Same Is Vary * Reasonable Creditor la approaching the aubje.it of the forelfn debts the United States mist continue to be both patlupt ai d lea forable. It would be nnfortuna i if public opinion should be irritated by foolish remarks from official sources in France, for instance, so long as the French government shows a dis position to meet the situation. It would be unfortunate, too, if opinion should bo exasperated into insisting on conditions impossible for foreign gov- ernments to meet. All the foreign debts are valid. But that does not mean they can be col lected in full. The nation must face the facts of what can be reasonably collected, just as a bank recognizes them In settling with an insolvent creditor. Take the case of France. It owes us 3,340 million dollars of principal besides 800 million of accrued interest Not all of this loan Is on the same basis. Something less than 2 billions of it was arranged durin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 16 June 1925

TUESDAY. JUNE 16, 1925. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW I I > > ► )«• —With Machine-Like Precision— That's the way our fountain men serve you the best drinks in town. A drink you like so well at our fountain will taste the same way next time, because experience has made our men ar tisians in their line. Come in and treat a dry, parched throat to a real thirst-quenching drink. B UTCHER DRUG COMPAN That Good Drug Store Y LOCALS ® 1 McCnlloch Grocery Company ———T" 9 X JL QUALITY GROCERIES CLARK8VILLE, TEXAS JL Buddy Walters, Hill Snow phU llu bert Baughn of Paris were Clarksville visitors Saturday night. Cash paid for used Fords. Price must be right.—Conerly's Garage. 3t Miss Russell Moore of Palis visited relatives in Clarksvllle Sunday night. DON'T SWEAR. Young man, don't swear, preaches the Altoona (Kan.J Tribune. Swear- ing was never good for a sore finger. It never cured rheumatism nor helped to buy the necessities of life. It isn't recommended for liver complaint. It won't insu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 16 June 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, JUNE 16, i«.- Chautauqua and Kelly's Sale These two memorable events are happening in our city this week. And you can find just what you need to complete your Chautauqua costume at Kelly's Anniversary Sale. Here are a few of our bargains Lovely White Shoes la canvas, Nile cloth and kid that go well with the airy mid- summer frocks, at $2.39 to $6.59 Men's Oxfords In black, brown and tan that will help list you among the well dressed of Clarksville, at $2.59 to $13.50 You can't resist these latest Styles made with full comfortable lines and at such bar- gains, too. In Clarksville Society Voice and Piano Recital I Birthday Celebration s B<o>@tay 'The Family Shoe Store" Charles Antone Died ;v . in Paris Saturday Charles Antone, a farmer, who was 38 years old, died at 4 o'clock Satur- day morning at his home at 433 Cleve- land street. The cause of his death was pneumonia. He was a son of 'Mr. and Mrs. George Antone, was born and reared in Lamar...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 19 June 1925

A y uiv „v.M. ot ^ AUSTIN, TEXAS IJJ3 W «y t Ef § wizb Wixxtvt Cminfy 3&puteut VOLUME V—NUMBER 7. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1925. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS For Those Who Love Outdoors -An AlUidin Thom".lv/aro Jar is a companion of merit. -Each A11 a ct 1 n is stand hard use, bum [is and jars. built * to knocks, —Alladiii liquids hours. —Take trip. keeps hot oi foods cold or for one on your next -See them at our store. <7ftara6fe&/ardware ffi - f - ClAAMSWUf FSXJBS -Z493 - f/fisr W.'TN THf NfW -jvsr Pf/PVt +>' / FIRE WEDNESDAY NIGHT DOES ROLLMAN RROTHERS -■-'THE FARMERS' 8TORE JL#QN THE MARKET SQUARE The buildings on East Broadway street belong- ing to the W. R. Moore estate and occupied by Hocker Hardware, the Mission theater, the Red River County Rest Room and the Moore and Van Burkleo cotton offices and all contents are almost a total loss as a result of a fire of unknown origin, which started in the Hockejr Hardware warehouse behind the buildings Wed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 19 June 1925

i f t I i: I / I to> , THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, JUNE i<\ !0jr> 1D RIVER COUNTY RBVItW Creek NeW JkCVICW PUBLISHING Publishers CO., INC., InHltd at second class March 3. 1879. Matter i ! A Mother's Legacy Services were held by Bro. Garri-i ; son Sunday. i I Mrs. Fred Jenkins and babies and i little Edna Jenkins of Cuthand are 1 visiting their uncle and family. H. M A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager Jenkins. Miss Alma Ogburn of Prairie Grove visited Miss Rosa Stubblefleld Sun- day. ! Mr. and Mrs. Charley Stephens have Aa American woman leaves a will i moved back here from Boxelder. bequeathing all her property to her i Clarence Jenkins of Cuthand spent children. The property is not much Saturday night here with relatives, —only a few hundred dollars, and | dome personal articles. But the will Jtself is valuable. It might be called j a legacy to all bereaved persons. "Don't keep any of my personal be- J longings just because they were mine." j she wrote. "They are jus...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 19 June 1925

Y V X. 'W FRIDAY. JUNE 19, 1925. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Of Interest to All Ford Owners As you well know we are constantly striving to Increase the efficiency and life of Ford automobiles, so we are now using In our service department and furnishing to jur customers Amalie Motor Oil Special for Fords This oil is made from pure Pennsylvania AMALIH Motor Oil Medium blended with a small per cent of th9 moat expensive animal oil. AMALIE Medium Oil results in a perfectly lubricated motor, at the same time the action of the animal oil soft* •tis the bands and gives you smoothly operating brako and transmission bands. Marable Motor Co. FORD Authorized Dealers FORDSON Clarksville, Texas LINCOLN might weaken the firm. thoughtfully, "and I woubl like to join i hut 1 don't see how it is possible." Two brrn Ti once ran a general ,, ,,, "Whv not?" persisted the first; store in ;i small western town. One1 , , , „, „ ! what Is to prevent you?" of them be-vime converted a' a , , , ,, , ,. .. "\...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 19 June 1925

7 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, JUNE 19, 1925. Defining the Bone in the Beefsteak There Is a phase of automobile build log which will be talked of more this summer than almost any mechanical detail of the car. Buyers of motor cars are being per- mitted to look farther and farther into the manufacture of the machine, aa years go by, Increasing their know- ledge of car building and becoming, thereby, more careful and competent buyers. As a result, more than 560 makes of automobiles, each announced to the public in the beginning with a flourish and many adjectives, have been dis- carded by competent buyers and no longer are on y e market. The phase of building which Is the '—WW*- BULLSJEYE "Editor and] ^■wi a Durham advertise* Will Rogers . and leading More coming ahumorii Watch fo A Miracle, " ATruthfulAd Did you ever read a truthful Ad. I mean* one when you read it you would say, "That fellow really means what he says" ? Noyou never did. You read where some Guy endorses an Over...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 19 June 1925

FRIDAY. JUNE 19, 102: . THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW I] —With Machine-Like Precision— That's ihe way our fountain men serve you the best drinks in town. A drink you like bo well at our fountain will taste the same way next time, because experience has made our men ar- tisians in their line. Come In and treat a dry, parched throat to a real thirst-quenching drink. B UTCHER DRUG COMPAN "That Good Drug Store" Y LOCALS^ Cash paid for used Fords. Price On your vacation, let a Kodak tell must be right.—Conerly's Garage. 3t the story.— Stiles Drug Company. Mrs. R, L. Terry and children. Ruth and Leroy, are visiting friends and relatives in Denton and Dallas for a few days. Mrs. Edna Taggert of Commerce was a Clarksville visitor Tuesday. Rooms for rent, furnished or un furnished; bed rooms or for light housekeeping. Phone 584. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Feezer and children of Dallas are visiting his sis- ter, Mrs. Rufus Farrier, for several days. Mrs. t'urte and daughter of Beeville are visiting h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 19 June 1925

y ■ THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, JUKE 13, 13:5. «• 1 Its Worth Coming Miles to See Yes, and it's worth coming even farther than that just to see the bargains we are showing in many lines. It will take the place of "Ain't it hot," in the neighborhood conversation. Come in and let us show you. HERE'S A BARGAIN—Beautiful Percales for, the yard 17 1 -2c J. E. DORSEY -QUALITY MERCHANDISE— Summer Arrives SLAP TO set yoo Boosters Ready for Oklahoma Indians New White Hats Arriving Duilv Sends Out Warning of Danger of Leaf Worms i] A Teacher Increased Her Earning Power She was earning >720. Now her In- come Ih dOHe to |2,500. Mm. Eva McDonald has been a pub- lic school teacher for more than 15 years. And, with all her years of schooling and experience behind her, one winter found her working under a contract that called for a monthly pay check of >90 for only eight months out of the 12. That, If you will remember, was th? year In which wages paid common and skilled labor soared ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 23 June 1925

>xr AUSTIN, TEXAS \3uVN ctaUJ. ot 'C«*a#- Stefl Blhtgr (Konnfy jRgufem VOLUME V—NUMBER 8. CLARKSVILLE, T^XAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1925. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS For Those Who Love Outdoors —Ail Allidiu Thorrnlware Jar Is a companion of merit. •—Each Alladiu is built to stand liuril use, knocks, bumps anil jars. —Alladiu keeps foods or liquids hot or cold for hours. —Take one on your next trip. — See them at our store. 0/<• Cftlarab/c$/ardware * - civfxswur rums -/*w- F/RST W/TH TH£H€W -Jl/STP/ZOMt AP / HUSKY REDSKINS BIT DUST FRIDAY MANCHESTER ROAD MEETING FRIDAY MRS. ISAAC GUEST PURSE GIVEN EIRE BURIED MONDAY Many hearts in Detroit were made sad Sunday afternoon when It was , made known that another good wom- an and a pioneer citizen of the town and county. Mrs. Isaac Guest, had passed away at her home here. Mrs. Guest had lingered for about three weeks and at times it would seem that she would possibly survive, lint. ow!Vs to her advanced age she could not withstand the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 23 June 1925

' (I THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW . ftto RIVER COUNTY REVIEW REVIEW PUBLISHING CO., INC., Publisher* Cntertd aa second elaaa Matter March 3, 1879. A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager The Child's Spending Money and Thirft It will be interesting to watch H tbe principles of thrift, as imparted by the elder Rockefeller to his son and by the son to his children, among them his daughter, Abby, now Mrs Milton, will extend to the third gen- eration. If it does, the former Miss Rockefeller will not find the raising of a family any great financial bur- den. John D. Rockefeller Jr. recently gave aa his recipe for the inculcation of caving: "When my children reached the age of seven I gave them an allowance of cents a week. They were to spend 10 cents out of this, they were to save 10 cents and were to give 10 cents to the church. I audited these ac- counts every week. These accounts were never more than a dollar or two each week until the age of 15 Wealth hurts children when they get too much of i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 23 June 1925

TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1025. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW M For The Summer -Days- These sweltering days are fraught with chiggers and heat and, of course, you want to rid yourself of them. We have count- less remedies guaranteed to soothe the itch- ing chigger bite or the ravages of heat. B UTCHER DRUG COMPAN << That Good Drug Store" Y Rotarian Hold Regular Meeting Friday The members of the Rotary Chit) ■were delighfully entertained at their regular weekly luncheon at the Hotel Main last Friday by the lengthy "thank you's" of their various guests. 1 have just returned from market, •where 1 made a special purchase of Very New and Typically Sport Kid Hats They add much in smartness to one's sport costume. Also in the black and white, so good this season. $3.50 to $5.00 In the lot 1 bought is also included a new lot of TAFFETA HATS and still more of the ever popular Felts. SEE THEM WHILE THERE IS A VARIETY TO SELECT FROM. Mrs. Goodings Parlor Millinery —Opposite Presbyterian Church— PH...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 23 June 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1025. i I'D CATHEB BE TULLIN' YOU TMAN J5QIN' ANY- THING ELSE IN T^E MA(3Y I I MAOY I IS ■Dan ZeTm^^H MEN You Should Confine or Vaccinate Your Dog I Drastic steps are going to he neces- sary to curb the scourge of rabies that In sweeping Lamar and Red River counties. During such weather as we are now having every dog should either be muzzled, kept tied up or vac- cinated. Animals that were bitten by mad dogs last winter of which there ■were a great number, are just now going made with the arrival of sum- mer heat. In scfuthw^st Lamar county several head of stock have gone mad from the bites of dogs, and there is scarce- ly a community in either county that has not had from one to half a dozen raids made by mad dogs, and there is no way of learning Just how many ani- mals these dogs have bitten. One man living near Bogata and a Deport family are now taking the , serum treatment for protection against rubies after having been bitten by (lo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 26 June 1925

,|£ JUSTIN, TEXA8 %ZTl UUi |Vev ^- 0t 's?w tSJL& if "V With WLxxttt (Kounttj Witmvm VOLUME V—NUMBER 9. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1925. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS For Those Who Love Outdoors —Ail Alladin Then i-.lwaro Jar Is a comoanio-1 of merit. •—R'.icb AUsdlo ts built to stand hard use, knocks, bumps and jars. —Alladin keeps foods or •liquids hot or cold for hours. —Take one on your next trip. —See them at our store. Ott? TftarabfeJ/ardwqre Wl • • ciaaksnur rums -**$3 • f/fisr w/rn th£ s/rw -ji/sr phohi av / WAR ON LEAF WORM STARTED By R. R. REPPERT Entomologist, Extension Service The cotton leafworm has already been reported from several parts of south Texas, and it may be assumed that it Is generally distributed in small numbers over practically all counties of the coast section. The unusually early appearance of the leaf worm this season creates a serious menace. Cotton is late and oven with favorable weather condi- tions the cotton plant must remain free fr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 26 June 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, JUNK lo. i;,,- HKD RIVER COUNTY REVIEW REVIEW PUBLISHING CO., INC. Publishers Entered second class Matter March S, 1879. A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager Neff Hurls Broadside at Governor Ferguson Austin. June 22.—"The Ferguson administration in TexaB is doomed to an untimely end," Pat M. Neff de- clared yesterday in Chicago, accord- ing to a dispatch to the Austin Ameri- can from its ChJcago correspondent. Neff is in Chicago attending the in- ternational convention of Modern Woodmen of America. The special dispatch to the Ameri- can says that Neff broke a long post- election silence to scourge tlyp mis- rule and vagaries of a family that has afrea!dy cost my i state too dearly. Governor Miriam Ferguson has little or no chance for re-election," Neff continued, "and her husband will never be seriously considered for thf; United States senatorship. "The Ferguson rule," Neff alleged, "was such that the worst mistakes of the Harding regime in our nation...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 26 June 1925

FRIDAY, JUNB 26, 1925. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW f • Of Interest to All Ford Owners As you well know we are constantly striving to Increase the efficiency and life of Ford automobiles, so we are now usiiiK in our service department ^.and furnishing to our customers Amalie Notor Oil Special for Fords This oil i3 made from pure Pennsylvania AMALIS Motor Oil Medium blended with a small per cent of tin most expensive animal oil. AMALIE Medium Oil results in a perfectly lubricated motor, at the same time the action of the animal oil soft- ens the bands and gives you smoothly operating braka and transmission bands. Marable Motor Co. FORD Authorized Dealers FORDSON Cliirksville, Texas LINCOLN Free Barbecue THERE WILL BE A FREE BARBECUE AT Courtney's Store 10 MILES NORTH OF CLARKSVILLE ON THE ALBION ROAD Friday, July 3 FOR GROUND PRIVLIGES SEE A. R. COURT- NEY AT COURTNEY'S STORE. THERE WILL BE A DANCING PLATFORM, AND GOOD MUSIC DAY AND NIGHT This barbecue will be given to help raise mone...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 26 June 1925

0 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1925. How World's Demand . for Cotton Has Grown How the demand (or cotton ha* ex- panded In the last 125 years la shown by the National City Bank of New York. In 1800 the world found a use for 1 million bales of cotton. Fifty years later the amount had Increased to throe million bales, and by 1900 It had grown to 15 million. The depart- ment of agriculture estimates the world's cotton crop last year was 24,- 700,000 bales. Of that amount the United States furnlsed slightly more than 55 per cent. In the last year of the World War this country pro- duced 70 per cent of the world's cot- ton, the showing being due chiefly to a falling off In production In other countries, more directly affected by the conflict. For sevoral years recent- ly America has contributed from 53 to CO per cent of the world's cotton supply, while in earlier periods, espec- ially prior to the Civil War, the con- tribution ranged from 60 to 80 per ccnt. English busine...

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