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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 26 June 1925

FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1925. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW fr 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 LOCALS® ' I1 Ou your vacation, let u Kodak tell the story.—Stiles Drug Company. Cool, clean, comfortable, everything new at Rainey's Airdome.—Adv. Trade your used furniture or stoves for new—just the kind you would like to own.—Dryden Furniture Company. Misses Dorothy Dowling of Houston und Mac and Laura Reed of Trenton are the guests of Mrs. Laura Doak. Longview News Earl Jones and Miss Evie James ■were united in marriage Saturday.We wish them a long and happy life to- gether. Miss Myrtle Bittles spent Saturday night with Miss Eva Lindsay. Truman and Ernie Hughes of near Clarksville were the guests of Bill ,'ind Joe Bittles Sunday. Mrs. Clarence Gllmore ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 26 June 1925

/••r o THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, JUNE 26, 1925. Ana Himvnftaftiona Mr. and Mrs. Good Citizen Public invite you to be present at the marriage of their daughter Miss General Public to Mr. Health Happiness Thursday evening, July second nineteen hundred'twenty-five at eight o'clock. At home after July third, County Hospital This wedding will be held, preceded by a musical program, on the W. C. Hamilton lawn, for the benefit of the county hospital. The price of admission will be a wed- ding present for the bride suitable for her future home, the County Hospital. i i These gifts will be well displayed, so be sure and put your card on yours. Be sure and come, as you will be well entertained and will find pleasure in see- ing the bride's many gifts on display. * Refreshments will be served and the bride's- cake will be cut at a reception at the close of the marriage service. If you can't come, send a nice wedding gift anyway, and help a good cause. The hospital has been a great bl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 30 June 1925

") '! "' AUSTIN, TEXAS jjfj U0l,« «s «« 'rM« 210 JRhrer Ctamfy IRmifetu VOLUME V—NUMBER 10. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1925. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS I Outing and Vacation —days call for equipment for the camp and tlie road. —Complete lines of such items as you will need are in stock at our store. —Camp Cots, Chairs, Stools and Tables, Vacuum Bottles, Therinulwure •Jars. Lunch Baskets, Paper Picnic Plates, Cups, Napkins, etc. in bandy packages, Camp Stoves In tselect sizes, Camp Axes, Fishing Tackle, etc. —Regardless of the nature of the out- ing, you'll find your needed item here. rj/w <7ftarabfe&/ardware Wi - - ciAAMSv+ue rtxxs -ti s - rms~r w/7H Ttu Nfw - wsr phohi mo. t Manchester People Vote to Build Road Into Bagwell ROLLMAN BROTHERS JLJTHE FARMERS* STORE J-^ON THE MARKET 8QUARE Hundreds Expected at Big Society Wedding Hocker Hardware to Occupy Anderson Bldg. The Hocker Hardware store which ■was visited by the disastrous fire of ten daya ago Is moving m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 30 June 1925

mm i i i "i THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, JUNK :>.o, i;)ir ftED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW REVIEW PUBLISHING CO., INC., Publishers ^Entered at second class Matter March S, 1879. *. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager Man works Ills hardest Inventing something that will make bis work not BO bard. We trust that national eeonomy .does not involve a cheaper grade of (•Metals. We always suspect that the person fsrho jeers at cross-word puzzles tried and failed. Even longer days are none too long for persons who keep busy and have •work to do. Treaties are read In three ways: *«rd by word, between the lines, and «n the back. How a wouian loves to go Into a jstore and pick out things she knows ffhe cun't have. A scientist says the span of life soon (Will reach 100 years. At that nobody •wants to hurry it up. What the world needs Is nn anes- jthetlc that won't wear off entirely un- it! 1 the surgeon Is paid. It Is easy to believe cigarettes ruin *• woman's complexion. Smoke al- ways was hard on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 30 June 1925

TUESDAY, JUNE 30, THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW o > • i • • • • • • • Gobkl® to tin© Ibns We have a large array of gifts suitable for the bride. Remember, we are giving a SPECIAL DISCOUNT OF 10 PER CENT on all gifts bought for the hospital. We'll attach your card and sent it out. B UTCHER DRUG COMPAQ "That Good Drug Store" Y LOCALS Gp I McCunoch Grocery Company | J | A Jl QUALITY GROCERIES CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS JL On your vacation, let a Kodak toll j I,lie story,—StiloB Drug Company. i Cool, clean, comfortable, Everything j n<'w at Rainey's Airdome.—Adv. Trade your used furniture or stoves for new just the kind you would like to own.—Dryden Furniture Company. Mrs. Walter Richmond and daugh ter, Virginia, returned Saturday from Tennessee, where they spent several weeks with relatives. Mrs. Mary uiedsoe returned Sunday from points in Oklahoma where she visited with relatives for several days. Miss Thelma Barber of Bonham was i lie week-end guest of Mrs. Sam Pat- terson here. lli.UlV)...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 30 June 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1925. W% Dnsemmft W% ON ALL PURCHASES OF GIFTS FOR THE COUNTY HOSPITAL WED- DING NEXT THURSDAY We carry a large stock of gifts such as those needed by the hospital. Hot Water Bottles, Fountain Syringes, Ice Bags, Talcum Powder, Ether, Chloroform, and many other items. * * CLARKSVILLE. TEXAS Geary in Fine Form, Baptists Win 7 to 2 Raymond Geary, Baptist ace, was iu fine form Thursday and hud no trouble In disposing of the Methoilislw in a well played sraae at League Park, the Baptists winning by the score of 7 to 2. Not a single Methodist runner got beyond first base until the sixth in- fling, when Tucker after singling to center, got as far as third on two passed balls, and there he died while Xleary was fanning Dysart and Wil- liams. Only 27 men faced Geary in the first eight Innings, the two Meth odist runs coming In the ninth when Geary, with the game on ice, eased up a bit. After Dysart got a life on Grant's error, the only miscue of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 3 July 1925

<. t .* ulvtvyio. of Tesa# sr.. AUSTIN, TEXAS .23 JRrfi iRiuer County Steutetu /OI.UME V—NUMBER 11. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JULY 3, 1925. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS When the Fever Gets You And you begin making prepara- tions for a trip to your favorite fish- ing grounds', you'll find just the right Jines, Hooks, Artificial Uaits, Reels, Rods and miscellaneous equipment at our store. Everything needed to make tilings favorable for a successful catch and a big day Is here for you! Don't overlook the necessity of a good assortment of tackles when you make ready for u day away from your work. ■ Let lis help! Call in! V/u- TttarabfeJ/ardware - - (lAMSwue rrxAS - f/ifST HH7H THf HCW -Jt/Sr PfON! NO. / Good Roads Boosters To Picnic At Albion Commissioner Lee Bailey and oth- ers are sponsoring a "Two States Many Will Sign Muster Roll For Defense Day While signing the muster roll for the second Defense Day test does not entail any obligation to serve in any Clem Gray Goes To Chair...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 3 July 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, JULY 3, 192S JtED RIVER flBVIEW PUBLISHING CO Publlahera COUNTY REVIEW Home pay8 Prompt, As Usual INC., finUrwd a* second class Matter March 3, 1879. jA. T. BRYCE, Editor and Mana|er (Earthauake Losses Will Amount to 30 Millions The earthquake which occured In Santa Barbara, California Monday took a toll of some fifteen lives and (canaed a property damage of upward <of thirty million dollars according to reports received from the stricken dty. Three distinct tremors, were tfelt, the first of which came at 5:32 4n the morning and aroused most of the Inhabitants. The second and more severe quake came at 6:44 and it was one that did the greatest damage JL third tremor was felt at 7:12. I The Santa Barara catastrophe IS Dm second to visit the Pacific coast 4n twenty years. In 1906 Snn Fran- cisco was almost totally destroyed by ten earthquake, and fire that followed 0n It's wake. 452 lives were lost in the San Krancisca earthquake, 265,000 }were ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 3 July 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1925. Unexplored Region in South America Lergest Different Periods in a Man's Life U o world today lit* ;ii our own hem- inph(*re—011 the continent of South Ainorica—Mio interior of Brazil. KV uicia Cow Smith, ( ce of the most active llvirn; American explorers, has jusf returned from an expedition to thn' 'inuxploreil country, with a wealth i wh> n a man finds himself, linislie.s his of ItaJ information i.bont It. Mr. j castles In thn air and knows the value HntfMi Huoct>eded in advancing farther into this territory than any white mnn has >ver done before. While studying the life i>f the native Indians there he •: illected dozens of excellent speci- mens that will enable scientists here to furfhor study the people and the country. The tribes visited by Mr. Smith have hitherto been unknown to our civilization. Herbert P. Whltlock, head of the department of mineralogy prove that the land Is rich in diamond, gold ind lead treasure...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 3 July 1925

f I FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1925. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW T For real old-fashioned goodness— Mrs. Tucker's You can get the wonderful goodness that butter gives to cooking and baking by using Mrs. Tucker's Shortening. And at the same time you will be taking no chances with the greasiness and indigestibility of lard. Your grocer has Mrs. Tuck- er's. Get a pail today. Use it in cakes and pastries, for frying meats ana vegetables —wherever you use shorten- ing. You will find your favorite dishes surprisingly better. And you will be de- lighted at its economy. Mrs. Tucker's is a pure, wholesome shortening, made exclusively of choice cotton- seed-oil. It costs no more than ordinary shortening. And it comes to you in a container that warrants absolute fresh- ness. Air-tight and sanitary, this pail is easy to open and when empty makes a handy household bucket or dinner ail. Interstate Cotton Oil efining Co., Sherman, Texas. g Boston's New School of Matrimony Modest hope Is expressed by those wh...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 3 July 1925

f I , ifi FRIDAY, JULY 3, 192.'. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW t< 'I Toilet Rspisita F©ir fcla® Summer Days will be found in abundance at your drug store, Butchers. Your favorite kind is here. PRESCRIPTIONS compounded by competent men. • Mr * * B UTCHER DRUG COMPAN "That Good Drug Store" Y m im !• There arc many ways of wasting time, but the most foolish way we know of Is to try to Ml something to the man who knows it all. This Is the year when even our ritfi men have to go down into tb« cellar and wonder if they have coat enough to last until next Monday. A woman doesn't worry much about mutters of finance; all she Is concerned about is that her husJiand shall liuve the money when she wants It, The old-fashioned man who wsed to shovel off the snow himself now has a son who comes nome and complains because the hired man neglected to Clean off the automobile drive. Methodist W. M. S. Tli" society mwi with Mrs. H. Chain on "Monday aftanioon at 4 o'clock. Mrs. Minor Iiomals led the de...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 3 July 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1925. The Shadv Grove Newt. Quality Of our Drinks is clearly shown by their almost unbelievable popularity. Our drinks represent the utmost in quality, and have that perfection of taste that comes only after years of practice. One trial and you're con vinced. Cotton is looking fine in our com munlty but the corn Is neudiug more rail. Bro. Homer Ritchson preached at Shady Grove Saturday night and Sun (lay ■" Mrs Gladys Wilson of Okla., is visit lug her slstr, Mrs H. J. Hasting Paul Johnson, of Hughes Spring* has come back to the mill aguln. Rev. Louis will praach at the mill Saturday night and Sunday, every- body is invite Mr. and Mrs. Bert Veazlo were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Dyke Sun- day. Willie Anderson was a visitor at Mr. Joe Halberts Sunday. Russell Yarber and Henry Hasting made a business trip to Silver City Sunday. Several from this place were Clarks vlUe shoppers Saturday. Whiteman* Chanel New* 1 CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS fe"5raia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 7 July 1925

-"to* Uulv ,-eralty. • ■*Mjjlifii «•' ;«y Austin,TiXAS.iCl I D 3Rril Etu^r Cfounfu Slruirw VOLUME V—NUMBER 12. When the Fever Gets You • And you begin making prepara- tions for a trip to your favorite fish- ing grounds', you'll find just the right lines, Hooks, Artificial Baits, Reels, Rods and miscellaneous equipment at our store. Everything needed to make things favorable for a successful catch uud a big day is here for you! Don't overlook the necessity of a good assortment of tackles when you make ready for a day away from your work. Let us help! ■ Call in! Dttc Tttatxtb/eJ/ardware • - ciAA*$v*ue rnus -/*as • r/ftsr w/th r//f *£w-ji/sr p//oht ho z Fine Rain Saturday; Everybody I* Happy Dark clouds gathered over the heavens Saturday, and rain fell copiously over most all of Red River County, as a result of which farmers and merchants are wearing a broad amile, that at times break into a gentle chuckle, as they contemplate the bumper crops that will be harvested in this county this...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 7 July 1925

I THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY. JULY 7, i o, W' I JRKD RIVER COUNTY REVIEMf REVIEW PUBLISHING CO., INC., Publishers JEntersd m second class Msttsr March S, 1879. JL T. BRYCE, Editor and Mana«ar Vocational Agriculture j Teachers Are Secured ^Thirteen Is Unlucky For Baptists Thursday Nine young gentlemen, exponents «f the great American past-time, to- geQier with jsome hundred si^enti Sbase ball fans, backers of these same jnine young gentlemen, will have vis- Ions of unlucky "13", black-cats and other omens of ill luck for some time to come, due to a drubbing given them at League Park Thursday after- noon when the Christians took the Baptists into camp in a one sided game that ended with the later on tbe small end on a 13 to 0 score. The Christians had their batting clothes on and this fact, coupled with loose playing by the losers, had jnnch to do with the top-heavy score. The crash of willow against horse- bide resounded with unceasing regu- larity when the Christians were "...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 7 July 1925

• • t • • • •m # • TUESDAY. JULY 7, 1925. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW T®nl®ih K®qwsift@s F®ir ftlhe Swaameir will be found in abundance at your drug store, Butchers. Your favorite kind is here. PRESCRIPTIONS compounded by competent men. B UTCHER DRUG COMPAN n That Good Drug Store" Y On your vacation, let a Kodak tell On your vacation, lei u rvuuun the story— Stiles Drug Company. Mr. and Mrs. John Dick, of De- troit, were the guests of friends here Friday and Saturday. Cool as Pike's Peak. Airdome. Rainey's Miss Helen Spear of Dallas is spending a few days with relatives here. Mrs. Eugene Black was a Paris vis- itor Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Hogan and children are spending the week In Sulphur, Oklahoma. Mrs. Laura Doak left Saturday for UU CAitfuueu btuy ill ifuliti'Ui i cauiS. Mr. and Mrs. Wylie Black, who have tives here, for the week-end both here and in Annona, return* d , Sunday to their home in Memphis Tenn. George Sloan of Wichita joined his wife who is visiting rela- j seve...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 7 July 1925

sr. o THE BED RTVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, JULY 7, W55. The Quality Of our Drinks is clearly shown by their almost unbelievable popularity Our drinkB represent the utmost in quality, and have that perfection of taste that comes only after years of practice. One trial and you're con vinced. CLAPKSVILLC, TEXAS H«jSia®5IBJBJ3fS/3I3®EISJS®aEEMS®aiaJS/S Rotarians Endorse Hospital Movement —j— The Clarksville Rotary £lub, at its regular luncheon meeting at Hotel Main Friday, unanimously endorsed the proposition cf s«curing a county hospital for Red River County and to that end every Rotarian present pledged his whole hearted support In the movement that, It Is hoped, will bring about tho desired action. The meeting Friday was a further indorsement of the proposition, since the club went on record as favoring the rectian of a county hospital at a meeting in April, which was attend- ed by many members of the Red River County Medical Society. At that time practicing physicians and surgeons o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 10 July 1925

o UuivcrHlty Of TOXM Ifi AUSTIN, TEXAS ' XT5 ?Rrii Stuer ffimwft} iRmtteiu VOLUME V—NUMBER 13. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1925. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS KEEP THE LAWN —Fresh and green thru the sultry Bummer duys with a RAIN KING. —RAIN KINO Sprinklers water the largest lawns or the smallest cor- ners, strips and odd-shaped places. They sprinkle til two directions at once or concentrate wherever water is wanted, Any spray; they give a gentle mist, a soaking down-pour or a light shower—all at an instant command! —Attach a RAIN KINO Sprinkler to the end of a section of hose, set it out on the lawn and let it freshen things up this late afternoon! —Phone your order! t>/<- TtlarabfeJ/ardware ^ • - CtARMSrtUf rrxxs -/*« - F/QSr WJTrt THf NfW -JUST P/VOSt HO / RETAIL MERCHANTS CAMPAIGN TO SELL CLARKSVILLE I BOWMAN BROTHERS Members of Association Will Meet Friday Night. Small Blaze Monday At Marable Motor Co. A small blow torch, used In the bat- tery department of the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 10 July 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, JULY 10, |92n t ■ t fe; m m P';;i h ¥ M:r • H JkCO RIVER COUNTY REVIEW REVIEW PUBLISHING CO., INC., Publisher* ■ntermi m second data Matter March 3. 187 . A. T. BRYCE. Editor and Manager ALONG THE TRAIL Rofleetlons on Pasting the Blxtletn Milestone By William A. Watts In the Rotarlan. Somehow this one looks a little different from those farther back. I wonder why. Perhaps it is because back in the earl? part of the journey the sixtieth milestone was away out In the mists of the futune and seemed a long way off. The early ones do not seem so very far back now. and I can see the markers very plainly except a few of the rery first. Some of them are set where the road was rough and steep and the climbing hard, but there was always ^strength to make the ascent and joy in getting to the top. Others were set in very pleasant places and 1 would like to have ling- ered there but the road would have ■Ho laggards and the milestones would not wait. At first t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 10 July 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, JULY 10, 192R >nt i < > n f«| |" Hi I 'lis-1 I'Ul.l • lie Bv HECK Boon In town four days and heard four fire alarms. Iu addition to the hot weather indications are that Clarksvllle is some "hot shot." That County Hospital Bond Issue, if the election is called, should go iwor with a 1)1 utter victory than whs rogistored when th^ Yanks went over (Jio (.op—especially for Red River County. Snfferlng humanity needs a hospi- tal, if suffering from an accident or affliction, hut from the heat, oh well, why not—no heat no cotton, no cot- ton, 110 cash, no cash no eat. Weather clerk got his wires crossed Saturday. Sent Clurksville a rain when there was no Fourth of July c.olohratlon at all. But we are glad hn had his mind on other things— IHiualbly base ball, for that day. We needed th« moisture. Lady out In New Mexico was killed by the hoofs of a dead cow. The cow was loaded on a truck and the pro- trudlug hoofs struck the lady while she was pass...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 10 July 1925

FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1925. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Your Success is Our Success —With this thought of mutual pros- perity in mind, we invite our depositors to talk over every business problem; with us. If we can assist with our ex- perience, we shall be most happy to have rendered a worth-while service. Make Yourself at Home at This Bank. First National Bank of Clarksville "The Bank of Better Service" City Life Is Alright, But Country Life ' Is Much Happier By HECK There was never a truer saying than "You can take the hoy out of the country, but you can't' take the country out of the boy." We speak from experience. It is nice to live in the city, where you have all the modern conveniences —gas, lights, hot and cold water, paved Streets, bright lightB, street cars, high price*, style all the while, big league base ball teams, dally pa- pers for breakfast dinner and supper, -Grand Opera in the winter, foot ball In the i fall and the vaudeville every day, Sunday, too. But out in the sma...

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