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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 10 July 1925

FRIDAY. JULY 10. 1925. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW ■ Foir A© §Tsmam®ir Days 4 will be found in abundance at your drug store, Butchers. Your favorite kind is here. PRESCRIPTIONS compounded by competent men. B UTCHER DRUG COMPAN "That Good Drug Store" Y Itev. W. L. Lightfoot of Dalian, for merly a resident of Clarlisvllle, has beien In the city the past few days. LOCALS a Cool as Airdome. Pike's Peak. Rainey's Mrs. Lee Pinson and daughter. Opal ai d Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Counts of Tyler, were Clarksville visitors this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ben M irablo and daugh- ter, Claire Payne, and Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Din wide ic, Jr., left Thursday Hear Rainey's Airdome Orchestra at Rainey's Airdome.—Adv. morning on an extewdod tour of the South Texas coast. Cool, clean, comfortable, everything new at Rainey's Airdome.—Adv. Paid guides may become a thing of the past in the United States capitol | hh there have been charges that tour- \ ists who did not hire them wer£ un-1 duly importuned. l LET US Treat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 10 July 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1925. I The Quality Of our Drinks ie clearly shown by tlietr 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. Christian Endeavor Consecration Meeting The Christian Endeavor held its regular consecration meeting last Sun- day evening. The topic was "What Makes a Nation Great." Miss Lura Stone led the lesson in a unique and patriotic way. In answer to the Roll Call each member was glveu a fire cracker and on the Inside was a ques- tion which was answered. The Paris District has for the past two years won the shield for having the most publicity and is working to win it the third time. The Christian Endeavor had a lake supper at the North Lake Friday week. Every member is urged to attend the meeting Sunday evening. The topic will be "The Beautitudes and the New Testament." What Is a Business? CLAPKSVILLE. TE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 14 July 1925

UttVvc ot I^USTlNi TEXA# „jIJ1 Itei* Wixmt fflounfu Steufem VOLUME V—NUMBER 14. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY. JULY 14, 1925. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Leonard Cleanable Refrigerator MOVE FOR HOSPITAL GIVEN IMPETUS Af ROTARY MEET FRIDAY ROLLMAN BROTHERS -■-'THE FARMERS' STORE -JLFQN THE MARKET SQUARE ON THE MARKET8QUARE Many Guests From Various Parts of County in Attendance. *like> a Chan China Dish' Safe: —Day in and day out for many years, refrigeration ■will be safe with the same LEONARD Cleanuble! —'Lined with snow-white porcelain; ten wall cabinet construction; brass drain pipe and trap; solid brass hardware, heavily nickled, and many other points of merit. Investigate the qualities of this SAKE Refrigerator. cj/>e ItlarabfcJ/ardware - ciAAMswur rexAs - F/0ST W/TH TNC NCW-JL/ST PHONt so / Over Thousand Sign - Grant Family Reunion Petition for Hospital; At Deport Thursday Altho working but a part of Satur- day-, a number of business and prof- essional men from various p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 14 July 1925

• • THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, JULY 14, 102.". AID RIVER COUNTY RBVIEW REVIEW PUBLISHING CO., INC., Publisher* ffntered as second class Matter March S, 1879. A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager The Thrill Lure Whether it la a laudable trait or a bad habit, it is still a (act that every normal human being craves excite- ment in more or less degree. A large part of life is spent In search of ex* citement—for a thrill. Every com- munity, whether cross roads village or metropolis, is the Saturday night tendevouz for somebody, and people don't go down town on Saturday night just to see the town. They go to gratify the human thirst for excite- ment. Home and the home commun- ity become monotonous but a thrill can always be found in going to the neighboring town or city with its little larger population. Americans have the reputation of always being in a terrific hurry, but that does not explain the large num- ber ot fast drivers on American high- ways. In spite of their inherent fea...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 14 July 1925

• • li/ESDAY. JULY 14, 1025. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW • • Conscientious Merchandise GOODS and service with a conscience. That's the kind we have and if you find fault with anything bought from us let us know. Your satisfaction is guaranteed at B UTCHER DRUG COMPAN "That Good Drug Store" Y Mr. and Mrs. A. Wylie Tillman of j Don't forget the date, Thursday, j Ozono, Texus are the guests of Mr. j juiy i<; a big Masquerade Skate at and Mrs. John T. Pelts for a few days. Mrs. Tillman will be remembered as Miss Margaret Clark of Broken Bow, Okla., who has visited here many times. Cool as Alrdome. Pike's Peak. Rainey's Mrs. T. R. Corley and children of Gilmer are guests in the home of Mrs. M. D. Vaughn. Mr. and Mrs. H. C . Bailey and daughter of Detroit were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bailey, Jr., Sunday. Don't forget the MASQUERADE SKATE, Thursday night. The H. * C. Amusement Co.'s Skating Rink. the Skutiug Rink. Ramey Price spent the week-end with lriends in Athens, Texas. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 14 July 1925

• fl p THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW -Mk (5-138 VET US Treat your dry THROA1 with an ice cold ATHAS MADE fountain drink. Get hot and thirsty and you can't help thinking OF Move For Hospital Given | vvoouey hostess . _ r _ _ T° FRIENDSHIP CLUB Impetus at Rotary Feed (CONTINUED PROM PAGE 1) TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1925. Athas Confectionery Co. WHY AN EDITOR LEFT TOWN Somebody sent the editor of the Poketown Gazette a few bottles of hoir.e-brew. The same day he receiv- ed for publication a wedding nnnoun- conunt and a notice of an auction aule. Here are the results: Wm. Smith and Miss Lucy Anderson were dirposed of at public auction at my farm, one mile east of a beautiful cluster of roses on her breast and two white calves, before a background of farm implements too numerous to mention, la the presence of seventy- two guests, Including two milch cows, mix mules and one bob-sled. Reverand 'Jackson tied the knot with two hun- dred feet of hay rope and the bridal couple left on one good Jo>hn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 17 July 1925

UnlvctsWY. 0t Te^ nff| AUSTIN, TEXAS m With WUvvv dnunfu iRpufetu VOLUME V—NUMBER 15. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1925. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS • { • -wiNcmsn Ml Oim Y@w Owim —own a pair of good Winchester Roller Skateal —strongly constructed of high grade steel throughout; Equipped with new improved double ball bear <ng military disc rolls; cushion action. \ —Models for boys and girls Of ail agesl ^ - —Also, 8eooters, Velocipedes, Coaster Wagons, Scooter Skates, Kiddie Kars, Etc. Vte <7ftara6/e$/ardware • - ClAAXSWUf rtJUS -/##J- f/psr w/r/y rur New-ji/sr PHOHt / Member Retail Merchant Association Medical Society Has Good Meeting Monday Tire members of the Red River County Medical Society held their n Kular monthly luncheon meeting in Clarksville Monday, with good at- tendance. Matter"? of particular interest to the profession was discussed, after which the meeting was given over to a discussion of the proposed new county hospital. The members of the society a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 17 July 1925

THE RED RiVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, JULY 17, 192.1 LAST OF LEE'S STAFF THE LITTLE BROWN CHURCH IN THE VALE Above Is pictured MuJ. Giles 1$ Cooke, eighty-seven yeurs old, of Mat- ■thews, Vu., who is the only surviving member of Gen. Robert E. Lee's stuff. Be served as Lee's assistant adjutant general. •v .. Wtmtorn NewHpHijer Union.) But words re things And a kiii.'iII drop of Ink. KaIliriK like dew upon a thought, Produces iliul which mulct-* tiiou- rn ml a, Perhaps millions, think. —Byron. SEASONABLE FOODS A monotonous diet spoils one's tip. petite for the common foods. "Variety Is the spice of life," and every housewife knows how essential It Is In ■BKf BKS serving the daily food. Simple Cabbage Salad —Shred a small cab- huge, add a stalk or two of celery cut fine and a slice or two of chopped onion. I'our over tne cabbage the following dressing hot: Beat two ej|g yolks, add two table- spoonfuls of water, a tablespoonful of melted butter, a dash of salt and cayenne and one-quarter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 17 July 1925

rRIDAY, JULY 17 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Conscientious Merchandise GOODS and service with a conscience. That's the kind we have and if you find fault with anything bought from us let us know. Your satisfaction is guaranteed at B UTCHER DRUG COMPAN <« That Good Drug Store" Y Unveiling Twain and Irving Tablet Mrs. i ;:i!>rilowit<'h, daughter nf Murk in. unveiling a Ito tin* mom-j <>i\\ of Twain and Washington Irving (if tin' house at ^1 Fifth avenue, New Ynr , where the two writers lived for a tin«' The (I'reenwlch Village Hls- torl> i society hail charge of the cere- mony. Whiteman's Chapel Mr. W. Latimer has been busy for the past two weeks putting up his meadow. Miss Cornelia Klmbrougi spent the week-end with Miss Pettie Russell, of Madras. Our meeting starts here July 17. Let's every body come and make it a successful meeting. Mrs. Annie Ladyman of near De- troit, is spending a few days with her daughter, Mrs. E. O. Smith. They will leave Tuesday for Arka...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 17 July 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, JULY 17 1181 T RIVIR COUNTY MVIBW tJ qPCVIKW PUBLISHING CO, INC.. I Puhlldior* Jiwterod ■a second class Matter March S, 1S7f. J0L T. BRYCB, Editor and Manager J(J. C.V. Legion Reunion Dale Set Veterans off all Wars Will Celebrate August 13, 14 and 16. At a meeting of Red River County post 45, American Legion, plaris ■were gnade for the celebration of the annua' V. C. V.-Legion Reunion, to be held «t reunion grounds Thursday, Friday •nd Saturday, August 13. 14 and 15. Although the ranks of the veterans of '61 are fast thinning, and It will ot be many years until the meetings of these grand old heroes will be but ynemories, it is their desire to cele* fcrate the event annually as long as a dingle one of them is able to answer 4o the muster roll. It was suggested by some of the friends of the veterans that because jot their advanced age it might be wise to do away with the reunion, but to 4hts proposal the veterans turned a deaf ear and by unanimous ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 17 July 1925

«!• FRIDAY, JULY 17 1925 THE RED RIVEfe COUNTY REVIEW 4 bioh amajaisfsiaiBi Trades Day Special ! 50c Nylotis Face Cream, both for /J /V 50c Nylatis Face Powder ., W i- $1.00 iBath Salts for . ... . 69c $1.00 Body Powder for 69c Member Retail Merchant Association ONLY THE: BEST" CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS William E. Knox [STOP WASTING—OR i FACE PAUPERISM By WILLIAM E. KNOX President, American Bankers Associa- tion The American standard of living, the highest In the world, came easily In the past from the abundance o{ ouf natural wealth, but it can be maintained In the future only by drastic national economy in the use of that wealth, We have grown up to our resources. We can not afford to waste then} any longer. Industri- ally we have got to stop wasting, but even more so have we got to stop ths wastefulness of our personal habits. The paramount challenge to educa tion in America today calls for the effective teaching of personal eco- nomics—for education In the manage- ment of personal Inco...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 17 July 1925

—"S'SK *"•*' T-— -wi-'jii-y- •wr THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY. JULY 17 1925 AVERY NEWS 'The many .friends of W. M, Kelsoe were saddened by his death Satur- ciey morning. He •was 73 years old e:id had spent many of these years In. Avery. H ewas a member of the Kirsf Baptist Church and was a faith- White Rock News Mrs. Charley Scaff and children sp<.nt Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. J. C. Hooser and children. Mrs. Claude Uookout spent Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Maeolu Norris. Miss Elizabeth Hale spent Monday DOUBLE MURDERER? fill worker In all rellelous under-1 n<^ht with Mary Uloodworth. tnkingrs. Ho Is survived by his wife: t. Moore and family were the and one son.A. Kelsoe, of Lubbock, guests of Earntst Evans and family and Mrs. E. E. Ewann. of Avery. Bro. 0f Annona. Kafchls, his pastor, !had charge of; Mrs. Beulali Martin and son of funeral service. He was assisted by Jiro. Nanny, of Clarksville, Bro. Kelly of Commerce and Bro. Brooks of Avery. The floral offerings were ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 17 July 1925

FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1025. THE RED RIVER COITNTY REVIEW Charter No. 3973 Reserve District No. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK a.t Clarksville, in the State of Texas, at the close of Business June 30, 1925. RESOURCES 1. a Loans and discounts, including rediscounts, acceptances of | other banks, and foreign bills of exchange or drafts, sold with Indorsement of this bunk (except those shown ,' in b and c $63^,704.32 11 Total loans U .S. Government securities owned: a Deposited to secure circulation (I $G:'. J,7C4.:>-' S. bonds par valua) $12,500.00 Government securities (Includi.ift 5.00 i •1 • • r> c 7 8 10 13 14 15 b All other I'ni. <1 States premiums, if any) .... Total 12,505.00 Other bonds, storks, securities, etc., 24,272.4.1 Hiil estate owned other than banking house Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Hank Cash in vault and amount due from national banks Cheeks on other banks In the same city or town as reporting bank (other than Item 12) ' Total of Hems...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 17 July 1925

the red river county review friday, july 17, 1925. DISCOUNT On Baseball Gloves, Mits and Masks. ro. ) CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS Member Retail Merchant Association Coimqjssioners Court Orders Bond Election (Continued Prom Page one) amount of tax However, It. Is said that the Increase in tuxes j) retire the bonds will amount to but five or six cents on the one hundred dollars, mo small that even the largest tax puyerB will not be burdened, and the And what could be more satisfying than a dish of our delicious Ice'[Cream served with a thick coat of our own rich choco- late syrup? Athas Confectionery Co. smaller tax payers w6uld not even no- tice the Increase. Will Care for all Patients While mention of the plans and specifications for the proposed struc- ture are premature, nevetheleBS it might be well to mention that lu build- ing a hospital, povlslon will be made to care for all patients, both black and white, and arrangements made to care for the poor without expense to them, while only a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 21 July 1925

U lN' jotbUV. ot I \ c AUSTIN, TCXAS j&tb Wiixttt County WitxxUm VOLUME V—NUMBER 16. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1925. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Dollar Day Specials 2 Quart Cedar Ice Pails with quality pick |1.00 POLLY PRIM Dust Pans with one 4-oz. Bottle Liquid Veneer Furniture Polish and a 25c can of JOHNSON'S Wax Paste ($1.50 value) all^ for... .?1.00 22 Cal. Lesmok Cartridges, ONE DAY ONLY, 5 boxes... .$1.00 Plain White Cups and Saucers per set ot six each 85c Glass Mixing Bowls in Nests of one each of four sizes, per nest 69c DOLLAR DAY V/te TMarahteJ/ardware Wi • ciAMswue mots •/#«• //#sr W.'TH TH£ HCW -JUST PMOM NO Member Retail Merchants Association Verdict of Not Guilty Stockholders of South in Norwood Knight Case j Lake to Have Picnic The jury in the case of Norwood Knight, charged with the murder of Buck Hoagland, returned si verdict of not guilty early Saturday morning. The case aroused considerable inter- est, the court room being packed dur- ing the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 21 July 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, JULY 21, 192S £®i. jp*: h ' fl*. yt-t'i TO fin RIVEE COUNTY REVIEW Publishing Company, Inc. Pvbliihert Entered as Second Class Matter March, S. 1879. A- T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager Highway Commission Approves Auto Lens Austin—Approval was given by the •tate highway commission to eighteen headlight lenses, five makes of reflect- ors, three makes of complete head- lamps and one combination device as suitable equipment for automobiles under the anti-glare headlight law of <the 39th legislature. Before purchas- ing headlight devices, the motorist should be absolutely sure that his headlights are not already equipped <wlth an approved device, said Reed <3ranburry, chief of the headlight divi- sion of the department, who added that 76 per cent of the cars in Texas •re already equipped with one of these approved devices. The lenses approved are: Bausch & Lomb star, Benzer lens, type A, broad light lens .Ford H. lens, Fllntex lens, Hudson-F...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 21 July 1925

TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1925. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Erie Bollman and family are spend* Ing a few weeks in West Texas and NtajW Mexico. Hull Anderson, of Bonham, spent Sunday here with friends and rela- tives. Mrs. W. B. Look, Mrs. Elia Lacy and Mrs. M. B. Gaffnoy were Paris visitors Bunday. Make August 22 a memorable day in thle history of Red River county by voting for the hospital bonds. Drink Grape-Del Right from the bottle It's just a real Good Drink TJiis wonderful new Grape Drink is now bottled by Black Brothers Com- pany. Have you tried it. When bet- ter bottle drinks can be made they will be manufactured and bottled by Black Brothers Company "The Home of Coca Cola'* Wednesday-Dollar Day in Clarksville-Wednesday i McCulloch Grocery Company QUALITY GROCERIES CLARKSVILLE, TEXA8 £ Another Car -- of pure cane Sugar at the new low price See Us ORDER NOW CALL 57, 58 or 59 Member Retail Merchant Association CLA'SiS IFIE,D AD S FOR SALE 100 ACRE FARM to trade for home In Clarksville....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 21 July 1925

4 !W <1 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1925. ©is® W®®Is Specials DISCOUMT On Baseball Gloves, Mits and Masks. SO. > CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS Member Retail Merchant Association , Miss Bona Clark, who has beten flatting friends and relatives In Hemgjhlll, Houston, Shreveport and other cities for the past few weeks, returned to her home Sunday. Mrs. Edna McDonald, of Houston, li spending a few days in Clarks- vllle as the guest of friends. And what could be more satisfying than a dish of our delicious Ice'[Cream w served with a thick coat of our own rich choco- late syrup? • NOTICI—4H«HIFr SALI State of Texas, County of Red River. By virtue of an order of sale, issued out of the Honorable District Court of Dallas County on the 9th day of July, A. D. 1925, by the clerk thereof In the case of Bankers Life Co., versus F. A. Antone, No.-55672-B and to me as Sheriff, directed and delivered, I have levied upon this the 10th day of July. A. D. 1925, and will between the hours o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 24 July 1925

Itv ot T0*M AUSTIN, TEXAS With Wixxttt Cnanfy 3Rruteuj VOLUME V—NUMBER 17. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 24 1926 PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS (t (t KEEP THE LAWN —Fresh and green thru the sultry summer days with a RAIN KING. —RAIN KING Sprinklers water tho largest lawns or tho smallest cor- ners, strips and odd-shaped places. They sprinkle In 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 KING 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! Member Retail Merchants Association Otf * <7ttarabfe&/ardware & - - ctAAMswur rex4S -/#« • r/Bsr w/ru rue Htw-jusr ho i Trades Day Business Good; Merchants Ciarksville merchants generally, who advertised special values for Trades Day, last Wednesday, report that business was good, and in some lines the specials off...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 24 July 1925

.jr .. , II if i ■ 'i'/K1.' m THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, JtTLY 24 1925. BID RIVES COUNTY REVIEW Bmmt Pmuflnm Co*ramr, Inc. FMukmrt Enttred ma Second Clue Matter March, 1 tm X. T. BBYCB, Editor mmd Manager Hospital Proposition Create* Muck Interest No move that ha# been before the people in years bail created quite so ■acta favorable comment as the more that is now on foot to secure a new county hospital for Red River county. From all sections of the county come most eocouraifing reports as to the sentiment of the people in fsvor of the project, and it is confidently expected that the proposition will car- ry by a big majority, which is as it abould be. One or two Toters have expressed the opinion that the move Is one that lc being fostered by the doctors of the county and that will benefit them more than any other class of our citizens. Nothing could be farther from tbe truth. The commiasionrs court will have jurisdiction over the hospital and •hall appoint a board of manag...

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