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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 7 August 1925

WUDAY, AUGUST 7, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW ; • WEIUI® §©ci®fty Circle No. 1 B. W. M. U. The Circle No. 1 of the Baptist Wo- men's Missionary Union met on Mon- day afternoon with Mesdamea. Dean Wren and J. E. Singleton at the home of the former. The meeting opened with a song which was followed by the devotional conducted by Mrs. Rufus Farrier. Proceeding the lesson from "Period of the Restoration" led by Mrs. J. D. Ilarry, a short business session was held. Miss Marie Pearson, of Little Rock, assisted the hostess in serving a deli- cious luucheon to the following; Mes- dames Barney Alford, Lin Sivley, L. E. Goodman, E. C. Crittenden, T. T. Wron, Lee Hays, A. L. Bobbins, Ru- fus Farrier, L. E. James, Mac Wren, Garret Talley, John Igo, J. D. Barry, B. C. Jones, N. D. Haynes, H. E, Hudson, Dean Wren. J. E. Singleton and Miss Marie Pearson. * * Mesdames. J. B. Thome, Wade Clark, Misses Louise Thorne, Mary Heston and Olga Athas were visitors in Paris on Tuesday. * * Mesdames. Tom ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 7 August 1925

fc>l TUB RED RIVER COUNTY REVWW FRIDAT, AtrOtTST 7, 1925 1*1! P. I — Accidents Will Happen! WEDS ONE MAN THRICE NOTICI OF SH1RIFPS SALI 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 cleaner S BAGWELL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Newt. Pryor and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Honea, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pryor and Mr. and Mrs, Verner Burrows have just returned from a visit out at Monday, Texas. They report srops very poor out there. John Disker and family of Brooks- ton are visiting Mrs. Herman Gaines this week . 'Mrs. Pendergrass of LLocksboro, Ark., is visiting her mother, Mrs. Hartason. Mrs. Jenechkes and daughter, Miss Ethel Hays from Dallas, Is visiting Mrs. J. C. Henry. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stephens have moved to the old Jiip Ward home Mr. V. D....

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

miDAY. AUOtrST 7, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW CoojpsffMw® M&trlketmg BY EDWARD H. PEARSON vmen we roovedTrom the city to £ country twelve years aBo and Sorted farming we had very little fLy and starting out farming we rt to'buy equipment and have Home- SL to run on fur the year, so in- £2 of going to our merchant us !!Tof the farmers do, we borrowed 12 500,00 from the bank at 8 per cent C t and paid cash for what we K. We got 2 per cent off for * this made our borrowed Firat Prize Went to "Crusoe" □ cent. jCtwy'180 only cost UB 6 per merchants charge as a rule around 20 cent, so you can see that we saved '.hout $350.00 on the amount that we Cowed, besides having the satisfac- C of having cash to pay for wha rLe bought. A man always has a beta [rating when he pays cash for what he gets, and, too, you can generally "et a better price when the man that vou are buying from knows that you Jre going to pay cash for what you ^During the war we had a bunch of hogs to sell. Not^havi...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 7 August 1925

&<;• ■ i I THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1928 r- Our Buying Power Saves You Money" POLLOCK Special for Friday and Saturday New case of Fall Ginghams, per yd. • •. 12£c 36 in. Unbleached Domestic, per yd. . 10c Percale, new patterns, per yd •. 1 Oc Fancy Curtain Scrim, per yd 12£c 36-in. Heavy Cheviot Shirting, per yd. 19c Men's Khaki Pants, per pair $1.00 Men's Broadcloth and Stylish Fancy Shirts $1.69 More New Fall Millinery—Beautiful in color and styles, $2.95 and up Novelty Beaded Bags, all colors, fancy handles $1.45 WE UNDERSELL WE UNDERBUY Dirty Hands. A passenger train was wending Its way up a great incline, dirty hands were shoveling the coal"; greasy, dirty Hands were manning the thrpttle of that iron horse, and the eagle eye of the vigilant engineer was on the alert for danger signals for the safety of the human freight in his charge folks riding on cushioned seats, luxury and ease was their portion ice water and dining cars and noth- ing to worry ab...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 11 August 1925

UnlvcvsUy/ot Tex§| AUSTIN, TEXAS With Wixvttt ©ntmfxi Steufetu VOLUME V, NUMBER 22 CLARKSVILLLE, TEXAS, AUGUST 11,1925. PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY A FARM WAGON FOR EVERY PURPOSE. —JOHN DEERE —LUEDINGHAUS —ROCK I8LAND —A complete line of dependable Farm Wagons and Trueka from which to make a SAFE selection. —See them at our Store. D/e yttantbfeJ/arduxwe Wi ciammswuc rums -/#« - h.qsr w/:h thshtw -ji/srpnoxt mo / Member Retail Merchants Association D Former Citizen Visits Red River County B. M. Evans, formerly a farmer of Red River county, but now living at Slaton in Lubbock County, on the Plains of West Texas, together with his wife, drove into Clarksville-Sat- urday afternoon for a visit with his brother, E. G. Evans, of Annona, and other relatives and friends. Mr. Evans, states that he drove from Mineral Wells to Clarksville in eight hours and a half, in a Ford, too, which he considers a good day's work. He says that crops from Green- ville on north look good but from there to th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 11 August 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW ) «BD RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Publishing Company, Inc. Publishers Entered at Second Class Matter March, 3. 1879. 4A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager The army worm that has invaded Sled River County can't be the same individual who was heiv in 1917- 3tl8—they never re-enlist. Some towns are larger than Clarks Tille, but there is one big thing that counts about this time of the year that the other's can't steal from us— and that is our cotton market. We've (ot the best. Well informed cotton men predict & 50,000 bale crop for Red River Coun- ty this season. Most of them figure that the cjiances of reaching that figure are about three to one but the small end of the bet means that care must be. used to insure reaching ■that total. The meanest man we've heard of latfely is the brave individual who «ent his wife to investigate a noise in the house, and then, mistaking ■ber for the burglar, fired a charge of buckshot into her body. He's being lield on a charge of m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 11 August 1925

•• AUGUST 11,1925. 0* •• #• • • s THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Objection Sustained 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 OKAS vownoH noMkey y rcwrrtito. w CLASSIFIED ADS. FOR SALE FOR SALE—Saw mill John Derry berry. with edger. tfc SEVEN passenger car (or sale or trade at bargain.—Willard Moore. PLENTY of used Lumber cheap.—Willard Moore. for bale FOR SALE—My home and acres of land in Clarksville. 7 1-2 Write Miscellaneous CASH paid tor used Fonda, llake your price right.—Coneriy's Oarage. Mrs. J. W. Avery, of Dallas, -will be In Clarksville Tuesday, August 11, at the Beauty Parlor .where she will give permanent waves to those desiring aarrio Call 463 for appointment. LOST—Small brow...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 11 August 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW AUGUST 11,1925. Have just returned from St. Louis where I purchased my new Fall Stock of Millinery. ; You will find a beautiful selection of the Louie Miller Hats, also the Elzie Hats, in all the new and popular shades —Pencil Blue, Violet, Purple, Green, Gold, and many other colors. Have lovely Levis-Zukoski Hats at a very moderate price. Call at all hours and see my selection while com- plete. Prices, $2.00 to $35.00 Mrs. GoodiffiLg's Residence Opposite Presbyterian Church DEW DROP IN and let us show you how well an Ice Cold Athas Made Orange Ade goes with one of these August afternoons. Eat Athas Ice Cream. 1'Serve it and Please all'' ATHAS Confectionery Company B5ISgg|SII3lG!rSISiSlSIS15l5l5ISI5ISlSfSI5l3ISISISI5r Mrs. Gooding's PARLOR MILLINERY Opposite Presbyterian Church BlQBBiR93li95I5l515I3lQiSi01S0i3ISfBlSZI&flSI5IBISI9 Good Sport for all Good Sports And skating is good sport. It affords you a means of passing many idle hours and there are c...

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

\jnlvoidiiy. ot ■g * yyft' ausvin, texas Wiixttv (Knunftj Wimxtui < i I a VOLUME V, NUMBER 23 CLARKSVILLLE, TEXAS, AUGUST 14, 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY A FARM WAGON FOR EVERY PURPOSE. —JOHN DEERE —LUEDINGHAUS —ROCK ISLAND / —A complete line of dependable Farm Wagon* and Trucks from which to make a 8AFE selection. —See them at our Store. Li'It' witb D/c <7?larab/e$/ardware - - ciAfixwur rtxxs -/a93 • WAST W/TH TH£N£W -JUSTPtfOHt HO 2 Member Retail Merchants Association THE GRAND JURY RETURNS THIRTY EIGHT FELONY BILLS "It Pays to Tell the Truth" The grand jury reconvened lust Monday and continued their investi- gation of crime in the county. After being in session only one day, they returned in open court 14 felony in- dictments and submitted their report for the present term and was per- mitted to adjourn. Of sepcial interest we mention the fact that the grand jury returned eight indictments for perjury, or false swearing as the result of certain tes- timony developed i...

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

■PI: :, " : K*£y. Hot M Hi' I i 1HE BED RIVER COUNTY RE MEW august u< 1925 fhiiiliiB Indiana and | This 'Affectionate' Son Am uricle ta th« July im< or ^WorM* Wort by Fraacta Oow Smith, From School to Highly Paid Position With •very antral*} *4, unskilled matcto-worker ia the Und facing; un- •kt explorer, aays that the BruilUa ' employment or low vicm, the story "aaaiat their ared parent*. of Mr. C. 8. lioru, mho found a way Jolting the City Cousin ««atty hut firmly, into the aext to avoid this situation holds forth; when the old folks Ret too | splendid promises to thousands < to lreep pace with the young young people all over the South, -tsrares ia thetr wanderings. He sajs ! Mr. Moran, following his high school too. that the old folks submit milling- training, started to work at a small J ly, thinking they will go straight to, salary-. He was a good worker and ptrUisf I\>s#ihly that is more mer- j drew topnotch wagf« for that rlsss f m wucift// COAST, Ttt ATLt"T'n to ...

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

J 925 the 'u!t # r * llth 'hat %s- >11 of rid 'hat ilitvf 'iik- • -K ' ral re- .:ni!y 'IT". 'CP, ■lv.) ■388 i r?l if « • « • a a I & % a e § (3 § e (3 a & [3 I & e E e SI AUGUST 14, 1925 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 GOOD^feAR Built for service, and they give it. BOYCEITE makes poor gasoline good, and good gasoline better. « Ask Us about it! Caton GoodmanAuto Supply Co. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW EXIDE BATTERIES GOODYEAR TIRES Member Retail Merchant Association White Rock News j Professional Directory Mrs. Bettio Joyner and children spent Thursday wiht Mrs. Tip Thomp- son. Misses Smith and Johnson, who has been visitinf? their aunt, Mrs. Basil C'nibtroe, returned home Sunday. Mai tha Dell and Syliiia Scuff spent Friday afternoon with Maxino and Mollfe Taylor. Katheriue Mayes spent Saturday night with Maxine Taylor. Jim Watson and family, Osmer Watson a...

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

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW AUGUST 14, 1925 4-. w « 1' , 1 , $■'; ' I J BED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Pubuihino Company, Inc. Publiihtrt Entered ae Second Clots Matter March, 8. 1879. !A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager MethodUt Will Play Christiant for Flag What should have been a real pitching duel between Soward, on the mound for the Christians, and Monts. Methodist ace developed into a loosely played game In which the support of Soward faltered, allowing the Meth- odists chase four tallies across the counting station in the third inning, giving them a lead that was never headei). Monts pitched one of the best games turned in so far this season.l Betting down thirteen Christians via the strikeout route, allowing but five; bita and walking none. Two of the; runs scored off him were the result of errors, and the third came in the eighth run on two hits. The Methodist by winning this game, copped the top position in the toecond half of the season, and will now play the Christians, winners of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 14 August 1925

• • august 14, 1925 the red river county review • • ALWAYS ON THE JOB! We have just received a big shipment of Calcium Arsenate You can buy enough to poison an acre and a quarter for the price of a pound of cotton. Be prepared to poison leaf and boll worms as soon as they make their appearance. It's the Best Insurance You Can Buy! B UTCHER DRUG COMPAN "That Good Drug Store" Member Retail Merchant Association Y Vb kCI ari&gw • • Miss Van Dyke Entertains. Honoring Miss Mary Erwin Dennis, of San Antonio, Miss Georgia Swann Van Dytae entertained at her delight- ful country home on Wednesday morning, at which time bridge was thp diversion. At the completion of the games Mrs. Teel Bowers received beautiful candle sticks and Miss Mary Bloodworth was awarded low score prize which was a pretty bud vase. Miss Dennis was remembeied with a lovely etched water set. The guests prize was received by Miss Nancy Watson, of Seymour and whs a dainty hand made handkerchief. Misses Mary Bloodworth, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 14 August 1925

f . >■' i U THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW AUGUST 14. 1925 a (©. the kitchen cabinet B Western Newapipar Unlun.) The beat aristocracy of which any 1MB can boast In a Ioiik H « of healthy, honest, Industrious all- ocs tors. Ho who prides himself upon his ancestry Is like potatoes—nil that Is good of him Is under (round. DI8HE8 YOU WILL ENJOY Take freshly popped, tender corn veil seasoned with salt and butter unit put through Hb old c o ff e e mill kept for such pur- poses. Serve with creuin as a dessert or a Sunday night lunch. Popcorn Pud* d I n fl.—Take two rupfuls of popped corn, ground; three rupfuls of milk, three eggs slightly beaten, one-half cupful of brown sugar, one tablspoonful of butter and three- fourths of a teaspoonful of salt. Scald the milk and pour it over the corn and let stand one hour. Add the remain- ing ingredients, turn Into a buttered dish and bake In a slow oven until Arm. Serve wltb cream or rnuple sirup. Sillabubs.—Take a quart of heavy cream, sweeten and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 14 August 1925

AUGUST 14, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW The County's Bouquet w I By ELISHA SAFFORD A man now high in public life tells dined to tempt me in my business an incident of his eurly youth. While or political affiliations. Above all, yet a lad he had found his way to I know it has made me an infinitely Chicago and spent several days in a ' stronger and efficient witness for my futile search for employment. "At Master." last." he says, "when my money was Su,„ | t.onfo88,„n |a wjf worthy of low and 1 was pretty thoroughly dis- eonsidoration by every young per- cotiraged, I entered a counting-room and applied for a job us a clerk. 1 was told there was no vacancy. 1 asked if they you Id use a boy in any capacity, and was informed that they could not. Thinking however, that they might be interested in reading my recommendations, 1 started to draw then) from tin- inside pocket of my coat. With the letters came a small Testament I always carried with me. Somewhat embarrased, 1 started to put...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 14 August 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW AUGUST 14, 1925 $15.00 — jj 99 h. P $15.00 i f 1 Given away as first and second prizes for Three Best Suggestions on how to get more business on rural routes. < All contestants must live outside the corporate limits of Clarksville. Send in your suggestions NOW. Date contest will close will be announced later. 5tUcg> Drue Go. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS o « Test Your Head Lights Will Enforce Ordinance Regulating Peddlers (Continued From Page One) We are equipped with the official light testing apparatus and can deliver your ♦certificate in a few minutes. You must have a certificate by September first. R. J. Miesch New and Used Auto Parts Expert Repairing Grand Jury Returns Thirty-Eight Bills , (Continued from front page) Grand Jury Report The grand Jury report in full is as follows: To the Hon. R. J. Williams, Judge Qf.. 102d. Judicial District:— We, the Grand Jury for the May Tern, A. D. 1*925., wish to make the toliqwitig report, to-wit: We .have thoroughly...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 August 1925

o£ Texas AUt riN, TEX A3 Wlxxxvt County WLvxtxtxu VOLUME V, NUMBER 24 CLARKSVILLLE, TEXAS. AUGUST 18, 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY A FARM WAGON FOR EVERY PURPOSE. —JOHN DEERE —LUEDINGHAUS I —ROCK ISLAND —A complete line of dependable Farm Wagons and Trucks from which to make a SAFE selection. —See them at our Store. BOLL WORMS OAMAGE RIVER BOTTOM COTTON D//c <7ftarabfe&/an/ware Wi - f• ClAA*S*tUr rtXAS - wsr WITH TH£N£W -Jt/STPHOVt MO. i: Member Retail Merchants Association While some damage is being done by boll worms in geveral sections of <he county, by far th** greatest dam- age reported is to the river bottom cotton, where it is estimated that the cro pwill be cut at least one-third by this pest. Henry VMutson brought In a number of stalks from his place on Red River, all heavily laden with fruit, but a careful examination showed that not a single boll or square has escaped the boll worm, every one having been punctured. Mr. Watson said that just ten days ago he ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 August 1925

•I# THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW AUGUST 18, I92r> 4tED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW dRsncw Publishing Company, Inc. Publithere | Entered ae Second Class Matter f March, 3. 1879. 4A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager MATRONS MAY RENT P. O. t BOXES HOLIDAYS Postmaster J. L. Rieed announced <hat be has received instructions from the Pos>t Office Department at Wash- ington to the effect that it is now 3>ermJssnble to rent post office boxes to patrons for use it: Hundays and holidays. The instr.iotf'.n reads "There m •. ' t>e submitted a written statement i>s to the exact days on which It i« d sired to have mail placed In tho hoxe« find with the understanding that any mail placed ir. the boxes on thus i'. :y ■will not bo w thdrawn and deliverei. 1} the- city carrier, the box delivery toeing considered final." C. E. CONVENTION EN- ENTERTAINMENT FEATURE Among tbe social events planned for the Paris District Christian En- deavor Union Convention at Mt. Pleasant on September 18, 19 and 20...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 August 1925

AUGUST 18, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW raiB^IW(IDIIIWWWIWIIBW^ ^'"''^WWflBIWHWwlBW|Sllia □ Oiuimi.i-.iig] HI s li itiiuiiiiiiHnniitiiiiijiniiiutfuiyyi RED RIVER COUNTY PROPOSED HOSPITAL We appeal to the voters of Red River County to go to the polls Saturday, August 22, and cast a vote for one of the most un- selfish moves that has ever been put under way in Red River County. VOTE FOR THE BONDS! Human life is at stake. The building of this modern hospital to care for the sick and injured of the county depends upon the outcome of the election Saturday. Red River County is FIRST in every- thing but Hospital facilities. At the present time there is not a county in the state that has poorer facilities! This can be remedied by casting your vote FOR THE BONDS, Saturday, August 22. The Hospital is for you and yours; me and mine. It will be built by and for the tax payers of the county without regard to their religious belief, politics or station in life. If the Hospital will be the mea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 August 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW AUGUST 18, 1925 en i - USE -- Ethylene Gas Gives more Pep, Power and Mileage. The Robin Blue color is for your protection In oar Curb Pump Same price as ordinary gas Caton-GoodmanAuto Supply Co. EXIOE BATTERIES GOODYEAR TIRES mCI irk @o Friday Bridge Club Entertained. Mrs. D. H. Taylor was hostess on Saturday morning to the members of the Friday Bridge Club and others ut' her home on the Paris road. After interesting games Mrs. Sam Fryar was awarded the club prize, •which was a beautiful hand embroid- ered towel. Mrs, John Dick of De- troit received the guest prize, an Attractive vanity. • A. delightful course luncheon was •t/ved by the hostess, who was as- sisted by Mrs. Prank Edwards and Afliss Margaret Bagby. • The following were present: Mes- dames C. D. Scaff, J. C. Durrum, H. I,. Pearson, Sam Fryar, John Dick, of ltetroit, Elmore McCllnton, Frank Used, of Dullas, Frank Edwards and fr'iss Margaret Bagby. * • birthday Party. Mip. W. O. Posey entertain...

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