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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 24 July 1925

ill FRIDAY, JULY 24 1MB. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW How this One-Profit Coach is built by Studebaker on the sturdy Standard Six Chassis & C UPERFICIALLY other coaches may resemble this Studebaker Standard Six, but the resemblance ^vill not | stand analysis. Only two cars are made on a one- $501 Down profit basis—Ford in the lowest price field and Studebaker in the fine car field. Only in these two cases are all bodies, engines, clutches, gear- sets, springs, differentials, steering Sear and axles designed, engineered and manufactured by one company. Contrast this with the average car, where the extra profits of many out- side parts and body makers must be included in the purchase price. These profits are part of the production cost of the car—the same as the steel and wood of the body. They do not buy materials nor workmanship —they do not make any car one whit better. Studebaker has achieved one-profit manufacture through years of far-sighted management and through sacrifice o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 24 July 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, JULY 24 IMS. «:b> Tips oi& Success amid! H&ppna®ss By HERBERT N. CAS80N" (In Forbes Magazine) This tip moans that yon should al- ways pass on a bit of your luck. If aom eono gives you a quarter, give a ntckle to a kiddle. If a stroke of luck or a fortunate lnvewrnent brings you $26 or $25,000, give 16 to your mother or sister, or $1,000 to a needy hospital. This is tor your own wake, remem ber. It is not a price to pay for Heaven, nor a bribe to avoid Hell. It is the one way to gel Success and Happiness, both. Learn Then teach. Gqt. Then give. This is a law of life. It is a prln ciple ot human nature. It is one of t^io bedrock facts that cannot be changod by legislation. Few men can be like Andrew Car negie and give away $300,000,000. But every one can give away twenty minutes a day. Everybody can help somebody. ^ The point is that you must become a Leader and a teachcr at once, and not wait until you are very rich and very wise. If you...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 24 July 1925

FRIDAY, JULY 24 192G. BAGWELL NEWS Rev. E. W. Loyd, our County Mis- sionary, visited triends In Bagwell Tuesday. Bernard Lan and Robert Williams motored to Mount Pleasant to meet Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bledsoe Tues^ day. Mr. Coleman and family are visiting in Arkansas this wetak. Rev. J. A. Gibson, of Negley, visited friends in Bagwell Tuesday. Mrs. Vannie Bruce, of Woodland, sister of Mrs. Herman Gaines, died last Friday night after a lingering illness. Mr. and Mrs. Hemingway spent Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. Her- man Gaines. Bro. Wilder filled his regular ap- pointment here Sunday. ( Misses Minnie Perry, Helen Mackey and Mary Mackey attended church at Blanton Sunday night. Mr. Vance and iittlp daughter from Paris are visiting in Bagwell. Rev. E. W. loyd will begin a meet- ing Sunday night, July 26 at Downing Baptist church, 9 miles west of Clarksville, Fullbrigtot road. the red river county review Mulberry Newt Our meeting -will start Saturday night, July 26. We would be glaid to h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 24 July 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY. JULY 24 1925 POLLOCK An exceptional buy made by our New York buyers af- fords us to sell these Dotted Swiss Dresses fit .50 All colors and sizes SPECIAL table of $5.95 Seasonable HatsQfy 95 for only Sale of Mens Straw Hats All Men's Straw Hats on sale Saturday at a 25 PER CENT REDUCTION. WE UNDERBUY WE UNDERSELL Taxidermy, as a decorative craft, was crudely practiced by the Cartha- ginians as far back as 500 B. C. Special Sundaes! Our fountain dainties are prepared to your liking! You'll like the way they are dis- pensed — everything sanitary and the pur- est of ingredients are used. Our Crushed Fruit Sundaes are especial- ly fine! , Athas Confectionery Co. "Jack" Mascot of Fire Department Is Dead Jack is dead, and as a result twenty members of the Clarksvllle Fire De- partment are grieving over the loss of this canine, who for the past four years has been their companion. Jack came to the department a "green'.' rookie, but soon mastered the art o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 28 July 1925

■ m ^usYlNi TEXAS ..[IT ut ot *ro*a ,<J a j&zb WAxxtt (itomfu W&xxxsm VOLUME V, NUMBER 18 CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JULY 28.1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Canning Equipment —For the busy days. —Pressure Cookers Can Sealers, Fruit Jars of all types and sizes, Jar Caps, Rubbers and Lids, Jelly Glasses, Pre- serving Kettles Paring Knives, Col- anders, Packers Tin Cans in all sizes, Extra Lids for Packers Cans• Etc- Everything for home preserving and canning ! —Prices right! —Buy your equipment at our store- Member Retail Merchants Association 0/e <7ftarabfeJ/aixiware Wl "• - ClAMiV/ur rfXAS -/S93 • r/RST W/TH THE -Jl/ST PNOS't AO. / Clarksville Swelters; Mercury Climbs to 106 The official government thermome- ter registered 106 de*: ees in the slade Sunday afternoon at 3 p. m. for the hottest day of the year. Clarksville citizens did not have to look at a thermomenter however to know that It was a scorcher, and there was little relief from the heat even late Sunda...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 28 July 1925

' §>; r. n.; J k t r:' I fr\. R P K tr: I k i>,.' ■ I * iliy; KM m THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, JULY 2S, 1025 HBP RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Publishing Company, Inc. Publithert Entered at Second Clou Matter March, 3. 1879. CA T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager ' IS THERE ANY ATHEIST? Among other questions that have %6en raised by the trial of John T. {Scopes, in Dayton, Tenn., for having taught evolution contrary to the law *>f that state which prohibited such teaching, is the puestion of whether or not evolution is in conflict with Christianity, and whcthor or not an lattaelst has ever lived. The question of the conflict is tin •logical. The question as to atheism Is his- torical. It is historical because, as far as records show, no man or race of mon Aver existed that did not feel and *cknowladge a "supreme power." The ancients of the world—those who lived during the pre-Christian M ra—may have lacked imagination sufficient for tHem to mentally visu- alise some diety, but what...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 28 July 1925

• • 1926 TUESDAY, JULY 28. 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW ■asfl will Ills U)i :ar ami 'red mil irk .va- il,. uw U> I'K ell t II • ' cart • • I © ij I * I I 1 • It > if • T Just Blow Your Horn And see how quickly you will be served. And the speed and accuracy of our service combined with our ever courteous manner is what goes far toward making Butcher's THE Drug Store. B UTCHER DRUG COMPANy "That Good Drug Store" Member Retail Merchant Association fine figure. Hiss loss i* one of the penalities of progress.—Honey Grove Signal. Programs Arranges for Chautauqua. Programs have been arranged for the Annona Home Talent Chautauqua Plays were re<?ejved this week and rohearsal will begin soon. According to arrangements, the first night, August 12, will be devoted to a mis- cellaneous program, while the second night will be quartet night, the third niflht will witness the play, "Dust of the Earth," with about twelve char- acters. The play is a lengthy affair and promises to be a go...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 28 July 1925

BBS i w iy. $' s W': fh Wi THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, JULY 28. 1828 McCnlloch Grocery CompaiV1 QUALITY GROCERIES CLARK8VILLE, TEXAS JL Quality--- ■> Service--- A pledge of quality backed by years of ex- perience in the groecry business. A smiling service that makes you smile. Not a service that makes so many mistakes through bursts of speed but an habitually speedy service that is dispatched ,with the accuracy of a well made machine. CALL 57, 58 or 59 Member Retail Merchant Association Special Sundaes! Our fountain dainties are prepared to your liking! You'll like the way they are dis- • pensed — everything sanitary and the pur- est of ingredients are used. Our Crushed Fruit Sundaes are especial- ly fine! Athas Confectionery Co. Local Farmer Satisfied With Red River County N. H. Trapp returned Tuesday from a motor trip to Burkburnett. Mr. Trapp said that while he had no in- tentions of leaving Red River coun- ty after visiting some of the drought stricken areas in Weste...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 31 July 1925

UulvetaUy. ot Te*&t AUSTIN, TEXAS IT-] ?yMii'f !<0f }•: 'v.- 'h'1 "i ■'!' 2Rrt> Ultier County 5Rmrirm VOLUME V, NUMBER 1 CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY SI, 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Canning Equipment —For the busy days. —Pressure Cookers Can Sealers, Fruit Jars of all types and sixes, Jar Caps, Rubbers and Lids, Jelly Glasses, Pre- serving Kettles Paring Knives, Col- anders, Packers Tin Cans in all sizes, Extra Lids for Packers Cans. Etc. Everything for home preserving and canning! —Prices right! —Buy your equipment at our store• 0/}e Cfttarabfe&/ardware • ciAAxswur rrxAs -/*«- f/QST W/7H TH£ N£W-Jl/ST PtfO*l NO / Member Retail Merchants Association City Buys Seagraves Pumper and Chemical A deal was closed Tuesday night with C. R. Raynes of the Seagraves Corporation for the Immediate de- livery of a Seagraves Suburbanite pumper. The new piece of apparatus will be a triple combination truck with a pump capacity of 350 gallons fcper minute, a 40-gallon chem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 31 July 1925

m w IK*'* : ■ kl'fe '■ THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1925 •BO RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Publishing Company, Inc. Publiihert Entered as Second Close Matter March, 3. 1879. IA* T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH On next Sunday the pastor will be- gin his eighth year. It is his sovcnth birthday as pastor. He would like to aee every member present and be- lieves you will be there unless provi- dentially prevented. We hope we -will have many visitors. All of you come and let's make it a great day. R. P. NANNEY, Pastor. GET RID OP THAT BACKACHE! Clarksville People Point the Way The constant aching of a bad back, The weariness, the tired feeling; Headaches, dizziness, nervousness, Distressing urinary disorders— Are often signs of failing kidneys. And too serious to be neglected. Get rid of these troubles! Use Doan's Pills—a stimulant diu- retic to the kidneys. Hosts of people recommend Doan's This Is a Clarksville case. You can •verify It: P. H. Hays, salesman, 18...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 31 July 1925

bimmobpi •THtRSDAY, JULY 31, 1925. THE RfiD RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Just Blow Your Horn And see how quickly you will be served. And the speed and accuracy of our service combined with our ever courteous manner is what goes far toward making Butcher's THE Drug Store. B UTCHER DRUG COMPAN "That Good Drug Store" Member Retail Merchant Association Y SI3JSJSJBJ3ISJ5JfilSJSJ3J3MSf5J@JSMSIEJSJBISiaJ3M3jaJS/3J3ffii2MSJSJSJfiMSJSfSJSfafaJ3JaiSJSISJ m i i Why we sell and Recommend GOODYEAR Ask the cross-country tourist which Tire gives the most satisfactory ser- vice and seven out of ten will answer GOODYEAR Built for service, and they give it. BOYCE1TE makes poor gasoline good, and good gasoline better. • Ask Us about it! CatonGoodmanAuto Supply Co. EXIOE BATTERIES GOODYEAR TIRES Member Retail Merchant Association iiiai3iB®araiaMai3ja.'aM3jaj5fafajaMSJ5®a/5Jsiaia/srsMaia®ai5jafaiaiaiaM3jafa®a(2(afSi3/f MIDWAY NEWS Mr. Sam Diffie and sister, Mary Agnes, of Duncan, Okla.. visited in the home of Mr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 31 July 1925

• • I n u* THE ftED RIVER COUNTY THURSDAY, JULY 3171925 m >' i Wlfrffc POLLOCK Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Pollock are working in New York with heads of our 132 store buying connections, and buying styles, materials and values you will enjoy buying at POLLOCK'S brought to you from the market center of the world. Each express brings us something new, so that we can be the first to in- troduce to Clarksville the Newest syles, and to prove to you, our buying power saves you money. Yesterday's express brought us— Smart Fall Hats—Includes felts of newest styles. Rich Silk Velvets in all the newest colros. Silk Dresses in advance Fall Styles and Qolors. Pay us a visit and get acquainted with the new Fall Creations. WE UNDERBUY I WE UNDERSELL , \ Special Sundaes! Our fountain dainties are prepared to your liking! You'll like the way they are dis- pensed — everything sanitary and the pur- ' est of ingredients are used. Our Crushed Fruit Sundaes are especial- ly fine! Athas Confectionery Co. Glad ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 4 August 1925

w • IvevsUy. 91 SS* i AUSTIN. TIXAI jgi im^ . • :? • 'A. " w«p M i') ' ■ • '* With WHxttt ®0mify t&mxtux VOLUME V, NUMBER 20. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, Tuesday, august 4. im. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS B Canning Equipment —For the buay days. —Pressure Cookers Can Sealers, Fruit Jars of all types and sizes, Jar Caps, Rubbers and Lids, Jelly Glasses, Pre• serving Kettles Paring Knives, Col- anders, Packers Tin Cans in all sizes, Extra Lids for Packers Cans. Etc. Everything for home preserving and canning I —Prices right! —Buy ylur equipment at our store• Vte cfttarabfeJ/ardware IPi - - ciA*#snur mm* -/#« - Hftsr W/TH Ttff -JUST PHOHt SO / Member Retail Merchants Association Civil Docket On Court Calendar When district court convened Mon- day, the case of Ed. Staff vs. E. B. Chambers. County Attorney, contest- ing the school election held in the Fulbright School DiHtrict for the pur- pose of increasing the tax rate from 50c to $1.00 was called for trial. It was expected that most of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 4 August 1925

8eP&", |\ 'u ■v.. i I J & t?V: > THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1925 «tKD BIVBR COUNTY REVIEW Publishing Company, Inc. Publiaktrt Entered at Second Clout Matter March, 8. 1879. 1A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager irrs PINI8H WHAT.WE START! From Our Ixchangss* Elmore McClinton, president of the Chamber of Commerce, in a talk before the directors of that organization sev- eral weeks ago, said, with reference to the apparent lack of Interest ' jlowing reply: oar town and county in general along "Thanks for your offer to govern Wilt Rogers Not to Run for Governor. Rogers, Ark.—Will Rogers has de- clined to become, a candidate for gov- ernor of Arkansas. The celebrated comedian was Invited to enter the race by the Rogers Kl* wanls Club, which received the fol- oertain interests: "We have plenty of men who will 'start' the rabbit, but htm who will stay with the pack to run him down." He had reference to "spontaneous" •nthusiasm that some of us display in a project ...

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

• I TUESDAY. AUGUST i, 1926. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW • if • • klltMBER TEXAS QUALIFIED T ra.de=MarKed Drug Stores The best merchandise—the merchan- dise of superior value is trade-marked. This store is trade-marked with the emblem of the Texas Qualified Drug- gists' League. B UTCHER DRUG COMPAN "That Good Drug Store" Member Retail Merchant Aatociation Me P&l&e© • • That tiroes, people, and prices bnvp advanced a great deal lu the j.aBt quarter of a century is well pn ven in a hostory of the Athas Confee- tlnonery Company of this city. But this history. In bringing out. .these facts, aJ*o demnnstrat.es clear}} that "it takes lots of Ma ml 10 mHke a pound ol gold " J. N. Athas. proprirtior of th - firm, came tr Clarksville iti 1899 anil, with a capital of $]50, opened a confec- tionery In almost the exact spru where now stands the J. N. Athas confec- tionery- Jim's first s da fount&in con- sisted of an ordinary crocker Uox, cov- ered with white oIHJoth, which con- tain...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 4 August 1925

t A tr h,:f • . * I.. i 11 ii i" i «v k> <* ■**••** •« ■ 11.11 I ■ II HilHf iiii, iii II HIIHII. . , ' «/. % • THE RED WVBR COUNTY REVWW TUESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1925 |£ Accidents Will Happen! Isn't it funny, that it's always your newest and best gown that is the victim of some stupid accident or careless- ness? Perhaps your gowns have been sub- ject to the usual soil of wear. Our dry cleaning process will make them look as nice as the day they were purchased. Phone 7 and our wagon will call. Modern cleaners Baptists Win From Presbyterians Thursday Harvey Gldden's blow with two men aboard in the ninth inning came close to changing the complexion of the Baptist-Presbyterian game at League Park Tuesday, and a little more speed on the part of Grant Harrison, might have put the game on ice and turned a defeat into victory. As it was, the Baptists nosed out a victory by a lone score, and are still in the running for the pennant. : Geary, who worked on the mound for the winners pitched a ...

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

UnlvertiUy °£ ! r*.sa AUSTIN, TEXAI iOT With Etuer County Steufetu VOLUME V, NUMBER 21 CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, Friday, august 7, 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Canning Equipment —For the busy days. —Pressure Cookers Can Sealers, Fruit Jars of all types and sizes, Jar Caps, Rubbers and Lids, Jelly Glasses, Pre- serving Kettles Paring Knives, Col- anders, Packers Tin Cans in all sizes, Extra Lids for Packers Cans. Etc. Everything fur home preserving and canning! —Prices right! —Buy your equipment at our store• Otfe TttatxibfeJ/ardware Wi - r-^.m • ciAAMswur nxjes •/#«• /y#sr wjtn r///r/vfw -josr p//o.vt no s Member Retail Merchants Association H Stop" Ordinance Not Effective Until 11th. Considerable confusion resulted Tuesday morning when City Marshall T Jiii 'J-WflU'odn "arrested" some thirty or forty motorists for failing to com- ply with the "Slop" ordinunce passed l>y the City Council July 20th and which was to have none into effect at mid-night Monday, August 3. The law provi...

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

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, AUGUST 7. 1925 One-Profit Studebakers —at even lower prices THESE Studebaker Motor Cars, on which new prices are herewith announced, are the iden- , tical cars which have given Studebaker tremendous ' sales volume and thereby lowered production costs. New prices include all equipment now on our various models, except that bumpers, extra tire, cover and motometer are no longer furnished on Big Sixes. There is no sacrifice in materials nor in work- manship. Studebaker has brought out no new ' yearly models built to sell at new prices. These are the same Studebakers on which we were able to announce new low prices on January 8th of this year. The following table forms a striking tribute to Studebaker's one-profit production. New Prices Effective August 1st All prices f. o. b. factory Standard Six Models New Prica OI # rie* Saviag Country Club Coupe $1295 $1345 $ 50 Coach 1195 1295 100 Sedan 1495 1595 100 Special Six Models Big Six Models J New Pric. ...

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

FRIDAY. AUGUST 7, 1925 THE RED IUVER COUNTY REVIEW Maple Newt 'Out Sunday school is progressing "nicely. MIhb Myrtle Keith spent Saturday night with Misses Nellie an dEssie "W^jharton. Miss Ola Graham spent Saturday night with MisseB Nellie and Essie Cook. The meeting started at this place Suturday night. Everybody come and help make It an old time revival. Tom Cavender made a business trip to Coleman Springs Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill O'Donald spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Ashcraft. Klzie Martin of Kunkel's farm, spent Friday night with Herman Cavender. Misses Sallie and Rosa Cook took tllnner with Misses Katie and Myrtle Keith Sunday. Mixs Mlnnil Butler was the guest A of Miss Grauie Askew Sunday. Curtis Bivlns returned to. his home Sunday after a few days' visit in 1'arls. Miss Gurtrude Lovell was a guest of Lorlne Cook Sunday afternoon. Miss Jewel Gr<een took supper with Misses Minnie and Vera Butler Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shoffner, of Tumor l«ake spent Sunda...

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

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1905 jbpp river county review Publishing Company, Inc. PublUkeri Entered at Second Clou Matter March, 8. 1879. a< t. bryce, Editor and Manager OPTHIMISMI What a grand and glorious feeling {with apologies to Briggs, the car- toonist) to drive over the highways 0t Red River county and see the corn and cotton In the fertile fields, and Contemplate the good days that are At hand! The land is rich, the crops fine; the summer has been hot, but not too much so; health is good and spirits blgh; all of Texas is not blesBed as is this county. Men who have been here fifty years and more, say that ire have never had better crops. All this did not just "happen." It took work and lots of it to bring the crops of the county to the present stage; it took plenty of preliminary work, intensive cultivation and a knowledge of the "how" to do it. The crops were made In Red River county—we've got to believe in and ]iave faith in the possibilities of the so...

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