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

AUSTIN, TEXA« V vviv crsUy ot tcxat 1 Strii 3Rhier SUnmuu VOLUME V, NUMBER 25 CLARKSVILLLE, TEXAS, AUGUST 21, 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY Six Burners! —A new model cabinet, finished In grey. Deep oven that takes up little ■pace on top the stove, and— 3IX LORAIN Red Wheel Burners! —No Oil Cook Stove just like this new model. Now on display at our store. V/h> Cftlarabfc3/ardware & - <w. ./• - ctAfiKswur rexAl -wj* t/RST WITH TM£ NfW -Jl/ST PHONt MO. / Member Retail Merchants Association H. N. POLLOCK VISITS CLARKS- VILLE UPON RETURN FROM EAST H. N. PollftcK, president of the Pol- lock Dry Goods Company, of this city nnd other Pollock stores, Is here working out a plan to remodel and enlarge the Clarksvllle store. Mr. Pollock says "Our business has grown so rapidly that we are faced •with the problem of providing ad- ditional space to display the new fall merchandise which was bought In New York for this store. "We are trying to give Clarksvllle the best store possible ...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 21 August 1925

i I it I THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW AUGUST 21, i;c .JCannot Texas Save Treaty Oak at Austin? Ib a recent issue of the Dallas News Vivian Richardson tells the story of Vjthe famous Treaty Oak in a very in- ..Aereatlng way and it seems that every Ante Texan would be alive to the fact 4hat that historic tree must be spared. Sih thousand dollars, is a lot of money to pay Tor a tree, but not that .one. Aside from it's historic connec- tion there should be a sentiment about the traditions which culnter around it and the fact that it's spreading branches cover the largest area of any tree in North America should causa Texans to have such a pride in it. that some means would be provided to preserve it. As a general thing, women have more sentiment than men; then why don't the women's, organizations of Texas agitate the idea of the State preserving this famous three? What 1s the Historical Society of Texas do- ing that it isn't making an effort to save it? It will be a shame for Texas, the ...

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

AUGUST 21, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW • • (p 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 Hm Cl&rikwill® §©®5®ty GRANDI BROTHERS TO SHOW TO SHOW HCR6 NBXT WEEK Grandl Brothers Stock Company, who's add. appears In this issue of The Review, comes to ClarksviUe highly recommended from the towns and cities where they have been playing, as a talented organization of entertainers. And judging from advance notices the theater goers of this vicinity will be treated to some excellent amusement by this popular company. Their new water-proof tent will be located on the Terry lots on South Locuse street, and in said to bte the finest tent theater traveling. Their opening pl...

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

r mr THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW AUGUST 21, 1925 ' i s Swift Day Sale in Clarksville, Saturday, August 22 THE CITY CAFE West End Red River National Bank The tempting manner in which we serve the delicious Swifts Premi- um Ham and Bacon is largely responsible for their popularity. Every thing we serve is seas- oned— r jFrr8 ©©unnFMtt a As You Like It City Market VsVT^y3\5\S BrooKIield fiuflet Always found serving a superior grade of Fresh and Cured Meats at a material saving to the individual custo- mer—Swift & Co.'s Products. You can depend on us Depot Street Phone 98 W. R.HOGAN C. O. WHITMAN A Reputation A name for quality and service that has been wrought during twenty years of exacting experi- ence as vendors of quality Groceries to the citizens of Clarksville and Red River County. You know our service and we are acquainted with your wants. S** SVkW _ ii'ouo*tD*- We are offering for your approval, dur- ing the Swift Premium Sale Saturday, August 22, the following items: Swift...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 21 August 1925

• • AUGUST 21, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW •If ©i§i(0)irgifSLp)lks From Our Exchanges' Bryann't Will Filed A dispatch from Miami, Flu., the homo of the lute Willium Jennings Bryan, says: "The fight of Willium Jennings Bryan against "unbelievers" will be carted on through a provision thte Commoner made In his will, which was filed for probate lust Saturday, The fundamentalist leader who died after a vigirous defense of the Bible on the scene of the Scopes evolution trial in Dayton, Teun., left $100,000 to various Institutions "for promotion of christan education," Though Bryan was reputed to have made vast sums in Florida real estate he was worth actually only $000,000 his will revealed. One-third of the amount goes to the widow, after which one fourth is to he spent for Christian Education and the balance divided among relatives and servants. The will is a long document written on both sides of several sheets of le- gal paper in Bryan's own hand. In spite of his cure in designa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 21 August 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW AUGUST 21, 1925 tED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW 0mmw Publishing Company, Inc. I Publishers l Entered as Second Class Matter } March, 3. 1879. 1A- T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager Maple News Misses Minnie Butler and Gertrude £**>11 took dinner with Miss Jewel Trey Sunday. Miss Oler Graham spent Saturday Slight with Miss Essie Wharton. Miss Myrtle Keith surprised many of her friends by getting married 3aat Saturday evening. Miss Jewell Trew left Monday for Talco where she will .spend a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Bill O'Donnell spent 6unday night with Mr. and Mrs. Alf Moore. Mrs. Ethel White and children re- turned to their home in Gainesville Monday after a three week's visit with tfriends and relatives. Miss Oler Graham spent Thursday with Mrs. Lois Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Stewart spent Saturday night with the later's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Knowles of Tur- ner's Lake. Gracene Byarnes and Morris Temples of this county spent Satur- day night with Jud and True B...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 21 August 1925

AUGUST 21, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW % Tf0niii^TOrn}rnifrqngf^f^rrPTOfK3nqr^frDifafrarranairgrfafn>y;gTO m mmz a u ninimj Courtesy, Curtis & Lightfoot, Architects, Paris. The above drawing is only a suggested type of Ar chitecture, and has not been selected for the proposed Hospital. It is submitted to Illustrate what can be built if the bonds are voted Saturday. RED RIVER COUNTY il 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, S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 21 August 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW AUGUST 21, 1925 GOLD 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. I Stile* Drue Go. OIVLY THE BE5T CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS 111 -- USE -- Ethylene Gas Gives more Pep, Power and Mileage. It increases the mileage and adds power to the motor. If used continuously it will eliminate car- bon troubles. We have made an actual test in Clarksville and KNOW that it will increase the mileage. ETHYLENE GAS costs us more, but you pay the same price as for common gasoline. ROBIN BLUE COLOR. IN OUR CURB PUMP. Caton-GoodmanAuto Supply Co. \) ! EXIDE BATTERIES GOODYEAR TIRES III NcCalloch Grocery Company QUALITY GROCERIE8 CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS JL The Store With A Personality Personal service, in which the good will of our customers is paramount, will always be found at o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 August 1925

•fry AUSTIN, TEXAS ^ Uulvereity of Texat j&tb Wixxxtt Cnnntu Wizxtfem VOLUME V, NUMBER 26 1 CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS. AUGUST 1925. PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY I Six B ! urners: —A new model cabinet, finished in grey. Deep oven that takes up little apace on top the stove, and— SIX LORAIN Red Wheel Burners! —No Oil Cook Stove just like this new model. Now on display at our store. rjAe cftlara6/eJ/ardu)are - /kmwm - ClAMXSWUr rtXAS -/**5 • Hf/sr W/TH THfHfW-JI/5T PHOMt NO / Member Retail Merchants Association MANY FARMERS HAVE BEEN POISONING WORMS The great inroads made by the boll worms and weevil Into the cotton, es- pecially In the bottom lands, lias been checked In many sections due to the activity of farmers in poisoning with calcium nrsenate, according to infor- mation received from the county agents. While muth of the cotton has al- ready been ruined by these pests, much more will be saved by poisoning, and the farmers who are using this method to protect their crops will be rewa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 August 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY BBWIEW AUGUST 26, 1926. J- ftED HIVES COUNTY REVIEW vfUnruttr Publishing Company, Inc. Publvthert Entered as Second Claat Matter March, 3. 1879. (A.. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager Many Delinquent Tax Suits Will Be Ffled makers. This advantage baa enabled 8tudebaker to keep tbe price ot Its ears consistently low and pass on to tbe purchaser tbe maximum values. In announcing the new prices, Studebaker specifically points out that the price changes have been made without sacrifice in materials or work- manohip in tbe product. With the ex- ception of bumpers, motometer and spare tire and cover on the Big Six models, the new prices apply on the same Studebaker cars which have been sold to tbe public so successfully YOU MAY HAVE PELLAGRA!! MANY PEOPLE HAVE PELLAG RA AND DON'T KNOW IT. READ WHAT THESE TWO TEXAS LADIES SAY. H. C. Bailey, who was recently ap- pointed to prepare the papers incident . A _ .... x .< throughout the year, to filing suit to collect delinquen...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 August 1925

AUGUST 26, 1986. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW • • 7 t • 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 Making an extended tour of Europe with a party of Texas friends, Mrs. Ella 1J. Watson, daughter of John Watson of Wtiico, haa written a most interesting letter to her father about things coming under her observation on the road over in Paris. Mrs. Watson is grammar teacher in the public schools of Clarkr.ville, and has been for a number of years. She has traveled extensively is a close observer, and her letter is an inter- sting account of a European trip Last summer Mrs. Watson visited the Klondike region. In her letter from Paris she de- scribes in a most entertaining *ay...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 August 1925

•' • the red river county review list 28/ Auout 1926 Slumber Party. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stanley, of De- 300 Days of Hard in That Book Work And that is just the way every workman should look upon his account with this Bank—as so many days of hard work which he has been able to lay away as a safeguard for the future. We are now guarding safely and careful- ly the earnings of others. Why not place your spare earnings in our care. First National Bank of Clarksville "The Bank of Better Service" Honoring the young girls who will btrolt were visitors In the city on Sun- MIob Wilt MgGIbbons, of Texarka- na, returned home Thutsday after a vigit of two weeks with relatives and ; ('lends in Clarksville. PALE, nous Weit Virginia Lady Says That She Wat in a Serious Condi- tion, But Is Stronger After Taking Cardui. Huntington, W. Va.—"I was in a Very weak and run-down condition —in fact, was in a serious condi- tion," says Mrs. Fannie C. Bloss, of 1964 Madison Avenue, this city. "In my left side the...

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

!• • ^U&TIN, TEXAS n ay ot 'foXBt AUGT" With Wixxtvv County Steitieui VOLUME V, NUMBER 27 CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, AUG I'ST 28 1925. PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY Six Burners! —A new model cabinet, finished in grey. Deep oven that takes up little space on top the stove, and— 8IX LORAIN Red Wheel Burners! —No Oil Cook Stove just like this new model. Now on display at our store. £>/*<> ytlarabfcJ/ardware Wi - CLAfiKsnur rrxAS f/#sr w/r/i thcnsw -justphohi mo. t Member Retail Merchants Association 1 JOHNSTON PETROLEUM COMPANY TO RESUME DRILLING SEPTEMBER I Egbert Thompson Back ; Firemen Complain of From Central Texas i Law Violations Well Has Reached Interesting Depth J and will be Closely watched | .T. Fred Johnston, president of the Johnston Petroleum Syndicate an- nounced this week that drilling on the Lady Alice No. 1. Robert Gamble Sur- i ' vev near Silver City would be re- sumed on or about September 1, and preparations are now being made to | start actual operations at th...

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

the red river county review 1 AUG- . % l9a6 V Announcing Important Changes in Bodies and Chassis Added Beauty and Utility Closed Cars in Color No Increase in Prices All-steel bodies on Tudor Sedan, Coupe and open cars. Bodies and chassis -both lowered. Larger, more attractive fenders, affording greater protection. New im- proved transmission and rear axle brakes on all types. One-piece ventilat- ing windshield on closed cars; double ventilating type on open cars. Curtains opening with all doors on Touring car and Runabout. <|Closed cars in colors, with upholstery of finer .quality to har- monize; and nickeled radiator shells. Many other refinements now add to the beauty and quality of these cars. See your nearest Authorized Ford Deal- er today for complete details. DETROIT, MICH. I cam pa i(ii grain grower or liwwuockj •HILOH CCMETCRY &OCIITY. breeder today can trace his success ■ ■ county fair 1* the opportunity it of- > The Shiloh Cemetery Society met fer th* farmer to c...

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

<" ii A AUGUST 28,1925. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW < • f > Madras Newt i _____ Mr. and Mrs. B. Brown and (am ily spent 8unday with Mr. and Mrs. \Vh F. Russel. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Igo took din ner with Mrs. Ollle Bledsoe Sunday. The meeting closed Sunday with one addition to the church. Mr. and Mrs. Bee Hale of White Hock took dinner with Mr. and Mrs, John Summers Sunday. Miss Winnlfed James of Idahel, Ok' liihouia, is visiting her aunt, Mrs Will Ourram, this week. Mr. Alex Collins has returned home jiftor a ten days visit in Dallas and Ft. Worth. Miss Bert Bledsoe of ClarksviUe, was in our city Sunday. Mrs. James Kunkel was the guest of h<<r mother, Mrs. John Summers, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. L. Goode, have been entertaining a boy since Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Smith of ClarksviUe and Miss Alvn Brandon took dinner with Mr. and Mrs. John Igo Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Woods re turned home Wednesday after d few days visit at Colorado City. Mrs. Crag Watson and M...

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

:/ i', THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW AUGUST 28, 1925. £ W*uw RIVER COUNTY BBVIBW J. Publishing Comfany, Inc. Publiihert Entered as Second Class Matter March, 3. 1879. IA. T. BRVCE, Editor and Manager Speed and spirits don't mix except some innocent person suffer One hand driving, or herding of gas consumers and band book busters generally end in slow music and pretty flowers with the "what a wonderful future he had" expression. The trouble we have with our im- agination 1b that evory time we get the machine working good we right •way fall out of the 60th floor window of an air castle built over night. DKPORT C. OF C. HOST TO CHAIMP BALL TEAM Some men are born leaders, but fail to use their leadership, the gang that is or should be led never follow well if they are out on the trail be- fore the leader shows up on the Job. All of the exchanges coming to our desk tell of the activities of their Chamber of Commerce—banquet, trade trips, booster campaigns and many ether worth while project...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 28 August 1925

AUGUST 28,1925. 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 mC Announcement— | ws«s blindfolded and directed by Mrs Clarence Hocker very de-llght- manic music to a table on which were fully entertained on Saturday at one j Rifts from the society, among which o'clock with a luncheon, at which time jwas a lovety boudoir reading lamp, announcement of (hp engagement of Mrs. Kennedy expressed her appre- her daughter, Miss Edith Hocker to ciatlon in a fiting manner. William Sangster Rizzell of Ft. Worth. ! Misses Mabel Barry and Frances was made. The marriage will take Hogan assisted in serving a delicious place early in the fall. j buffet I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 28 August 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW AUGUST 2i, 1926. cissoirgirsiplks 'Prom Our Kxehangta" Now Cotton Gin Is Started Here Concrete foundations iiulshMl and other work 1b under way for the building of a new cotton gin here. EX K. Russell, local gin owner and farmer is the builder. The gin W'H be located on the same lot that the present Eussell gin is situated, using the same seed bouse, water supply and other facilities, it is un- derstood. Preparations are being made for the installation of electric motors thruout the new gin, for power. It Is Lli(ferBtOG d that bhey have been bought and will be delivered as noon as possible from the factory. The gin will be a large and up-to-date one throughout and will be under the same competent and courteous man- agement as has been enjoyed at the Kussell's Oln for several years.— Annona News. I It is indeed well that the city dads passed the "full stop" ordinance. Now , if wo can get a "non-forty-fi vo" mile speed limit on the highways that will really...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 28 August 1925

JGUST 28, 1025. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW 5W MANY PEOPLE WILL OUR LAND SUPPORT? The scientists who estimate that our land can support a population of 575.000,000 may be extremely conserv- ■ ative in their calculations. Possibly | the Jay may come when the territory ; that comprises; the United States will j Hupport a population of a billion. Eu- rope with a smaller area is support* | inK a population of 400.000,000, anil | China and British India with a coin-1 billed area of 2.GOO,000 square miles have a total population of 025,000,000. | No one knows what the potentlnltles of the arid West are Irrigation of comparatively small sections of it have resulted in marvelous production. When flood water conservation and irrigation shall have become general in all sections of the country, and the warfare upon Insfccts shall have re- suited in complotte victory the pro- ductivity of the United States will be magnified in com put ably. The great est problem of the time when 575,- 000,000 p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 28 August 1925

******■■«-mam ( * > THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW AUGUST 28'. a ■t POLLOCK Stores of Distinction. 9i that they usually have and aa will be noticed from their advertisement ap- pearing in this issue, they have re- 3elved much of the new good (or (all and more is arriving daily. EACH EXPRESS BRINGS SOMETHING NEW AND EXCLU- SIVE TO POLLOCKS ENSEMBLE OF FASHIONS. FOOTWEAR: Something entirely new, in satins and patents. FROCKS: Of Paris and 5th Avenue styles; each are exclusive, a different class of frocks than ha9 ever been on display in Clarksville. MILLINERY: For children, a complete line for a child of every age. In Our Men's Wear Section, we are featuring a special purchase sale of men's extra trousers. While in New York our buyer made an exceptionally good buy of men's extra trousers, fine woolens, best of tailoring, priced at real bargains. —Group No. 1—An Assort- ment of very fine woolens, English models, value to $ 12 for $7.95 —Group No. 2—Values to ,$9.00 for $5.95 —Group No....

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