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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 September 1925

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1928 That only The Best Win The Blue Ribbons At The County Fair. Y 14's Tra®! That the Best Are Those That Have Received The Most Care- ful Attention. —And that at J. C. Barton's your needs are filled with the most careful precision of experienced men, registered pharmacists, who know the medicinal value and the properties of all drugs. We fill your prescriptions as your physician would want them filled with the best quality drugs on the market. —Our prescriptions and drugs are all blue ribbon winners. J. C. Barton, Druggist —My store will be closed from eleven o'clock on Thurs- day, Clarksville Day at the Fair. comes useless, and all the charting current goes through the covered por- tion, causing the plates to overheat very rapidly. Care should be talten not to overrill, however, as this will cause overflow and loss of acid when the solution expands while charging. Hard plates may be another cause of ove...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 September 1925

I I IfK FRIDAY, SBPTSMBUt II, 1IU THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1925 /i Dorsey Welcomes You liIa i to the thirteenth annual Red River County Fair. The Fair has grown and so have we. We have established a reputation for car- rying quality merchandise at popular pri- ces. You will find what you want here at prices you can well afford. Clothing for every member of the family. Hats, shoes, suits, dresses, coats, extra trousers, in fact everything one would want. Call and see our line of superior cloth- ing. J. E. Dorsey South Side Square MOUNTED CAVALRY BAND TO ENTERTAIN CROWDS AT 1925JTATE FAIR A big cavalry band, mounted on thoroughly trained horses, Is to en- tertain visitors to the State Fair of Texas, Dallas, .Oct. 10-25 Announcement is made that the band of the 112th Cavalry, Texas National Guard, Is to play daily throughout this year's exposition. There are twenty-five men In the organization, which is commanded by Cqpt. Chas. K. Davis and is stationed at Min...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 September 1925

TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 22, 1928 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW S Welcome to Our City -During the Thirteenth Annual Red River County Fair all visitors are cordially invited to call and inspect the Opera House which is being remodeled into "Helen's Play House." -We will show only the best and latest films on the mar- ket and will bring play/j and vaudeville to Clarksville this fall and winter. —Our Theatre will open on or about October First with Harold Lloyd's latest and best picture: "The Fresh- man". Don't miss it! Full of laughs and thrills. The H. &. C Amusement Co. W. S. HURST J. F. CORDER HELEN'S PLAY HOUSE THREE STAKE EVERTS OR STATE FAIR RAGIR6 CARD, j AT DALLAS, OCT. 10-17 | Five races a day, with three at&kt events scheduled (or the meeting, are on the program (or the State Fair o( Texas. Dallas, Oct. 10-25 next. Thu race meeting will be held Oct. 10 to Oct. 17. Inclusive, except for Sunday. Oct. 11, when there will be no races. ' The stake events are "The Cotton Stakes." ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 September 1925

! I a: THB RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 22. 1928 Prize Winning Poultry. —Is made prize winning poultry only by careful attention and quality feed. —And satisfied customers are made satis- fied only by careful attention to their orders and quality groceries. —To satisfy you is our greatest desire, that accounts for our "Satisfaction or Money Back" guarantee on everything we sell. And everyone knows there is none bet- ter than SMITH QUALITY Groceries. Call 36) 37 or 241 Jmith vjrocery v^ompany This store will close at 1 I o'clock on Clarksville Day, Thursday. Raising Fine Cotton Without Any Rain . With practically no rain on his crops John V McFarlane and the Mc- Farlane brothers, farmers and dairy- pen, operating a (arm South of Pal- •OTtine some three miles, are making «*f?od record this year. The farm Is .not dltfferent from hundreds of other -Arms in the county, and a lot of It sandy upland. But on this farm Klthout rain they are making fine icord crops. There are th...

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

AUSTIN, TEXA4 L oi •£«* fHIDAY, SEPTS Star Car 1* « ••• Is A The Bollman hlbit of Star Ci Hall is atractl visitors. The li two models ol and a Touring tb Wiixttv (Ununttj Wiemvm auu u tvuuuB s eral other c lfoUMBER 35 show rooms. CLARKSVILLB, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY / fa fill 1 lib m r;V; -Your Store of Com- plete Hardware Serv- ice Extends a Cordial Invitation to Fair Vis- itors to Make this Store Your Up-town Headquarters. Vte <ftlambte&/arJw(ire - ctMMSwur rtjus •/***• W/.7/ Ttff \ f -Jl/sr PNQA't Member Retail Merchants Association Rev. Hogan Accepts Eastland Pastorate Rev. L. R- Hogan, for six and one lialf years pastor of the First Presby- terian Church of this city, has accept- ed the pastorate, of the Presbyterian Church at Eastland, and will leave Clarksville the first of next week for his new charge. In his announcement which he handed us on Thursday morning, Riev. Hogan said it would be the last, for some time at least. It was...

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

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Insurance of all kinds Fire Accident Life Tornado Theft F. A.. Antone City National Bank Building iiiiiii mill Subscribe (or The Review. The Home Paper. Engraved cards and announcements at The Review. Baby Chicks from the greatest strain of layers on earth, ENGLISH WHITE LEGHORN T rapnested—Pedigreed Hatching Space ! Our mammoth Incubators are now in opera- tion and are at your service. We invite the people of Red River County to visit our plant and see what we have. Mallory Brothers Importers and Breeders — On Paris Road Bagwell News Rev. J. H. Gibson and son Johnnie and wife from Negley visited in the honfe of J. C. Honea Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar McBride from Clark8viile visited their mother, Mrs. Strong Sunday. The Baptist ladies . realised about $12 on their cold drinks and ham- burger stand Saturday. Rev. Wilder filled his regular ap- pointment at the *Kfethodi8t church Sunday. J. F. Brooks and family, Mr. Ben Brooks and family have gone to Na- ple...

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

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1925 Star Car Exhibit It Attracting Many The Bollman Motor Company ex- hibit of Star Cars in the Exhibition Hall in atractlng many County Fair visitors. The local agency is showing two models of this car, a Coupfiter and a Touring cor, and they have sev- eral other cars in their downtown show rooms. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Altho the Bollman Motor Co. has had the agency for the Star and Du- rant Care less than two months, they have firmly established themselves in this territory and have made a re markable record in sales. In an interview with a Review rep- resentative, W. O. Bollman said that he is more than satisfied with the re- ception given the Star in this county, and that the Star cars in operation here are the best proof of the many big things he clalmB for it. I Go to the FAIR. 1. —And when you have enjoyed all it. has to offer, stop at JIM'S on your way and try a dish of ATHAS' ICE CREAM or one of our delicious sodas. —They're the most cooling and ...

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

m m- T1IR RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1925 «ED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PUBUSHINC CO IUP ANY, PuMuhtn inc. *1 Stand Class Matter March, S. 187ft A- T« BRYCE, Editor and Manager It U i medical advisor nr*. bald- IwdsQ men arc brainy. It ieemi fool- ish to buy a toupee to conceal tbe evidence. A Paris survey shows that coraeta have Increased the least in price and •till the women refuse to wear them as a bargain. One has only to watch auto traffic far about one minute these days to realise that Barnum was conservative to his estimate. gHRAPNEL ^ By DUO LOOK Some Are Dud's Some Are Not (MSSINED ADS.!Prpfc,*ional Dhyi* FOR SALE ! FOR SALE—C-melody Clarinet. Cheap C. P. Constant Paint Shop. Weat Main Street j TOR SALE—23 gallons honey. I packages Dr. H. L. Piers on. Xloe ▲boat the only development scheme Us have any faith la is an incubator. * * * ! FOR SALE—Perfection Oil Range,' 6 Up-To-Date. -Now Willie. Bat the burner#. Good as new. A bargain if Jelly but keep out of the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 September 1925

•n FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Style Shop W ednesday's Express brought dozens more of those lovely dresses and coats. Come early and make your selection— The Frocks are of Satin, Crepes, Coverts and the dearest little Balbrigans, in all the new shades— The Coats are in the new FUR TRIMMED wrap- around and ripple styles. •J You are sure of finding something absolutey new and different here, and at surprisingly low prices. :# It Is estimated the $117,000,000 spent In this country last year for rouge, etc., would lay 1,217 coats of red paint on every silo In the hind. The motorist who speeds to warm his engine may have to spend several hours cooling his heels while walling his turn at truffle court. A grindstone has been invented that may be turned at the rate of 8.000 revolutions a minute. But not with dad bearing down on the az. A scientist says the moon's tem- perature Is at the boiling point on one side and 200 helow zero on the other, like Ice cream on h...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 September 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 26, 1925 \ l:$ On the third day after marriage th« , Twenty-two state* have enacted cer- 8 an Blaa Indian groom ot Panama I ttfteat ton law* tor automobile tllea. lift* the veil of hi* bride and eeee her to pre rent wrongful disposal of motor faoe for the first time j car* Speaking of Deadbeats Because he has a prejudice against | taking their lives the beggar In the ■ Orient carefully removes the vermin The road Deadbeats are working | from h,f and piaceB them gently on the ground for others to acquire. Oner 5H Musical DiNctors Select THE IVERS & POND PIANO <#*• . * Netty prtwl mm4 t* • wiln * sinai ct sal the ctet 4 MiiUtoNttw- Am* * i* Dm * Itaw tt Jh «rt « ub«« «t seOwcWiC ias*M tar jusiifli Dwr i i at vutturu *v wnnv *nsww ««> Mm sal .TMwnvruit. TW dtaAor i DIMC endux^'tiK ataMr wwjsiws—ay «' Ostw sndk omuiteuim SM «Aucsevnxm. miriniiiriiTi M mmm mint ^ INur* A Pjtat—yiM> On stoaswti Jfisw rWfci—1 OwwwrwMa®*.. ht^unt Jv...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 September 1925

3R 25, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW r Jton, who has been I Seldon Bagby, who atended the ho fo Mr. and Mrs. | funeral of his grandmother Mrs. M. several days, has j A. Bagby, has returned to his home bme in Rockwall. in Clarendon. ity Comforts or Farm Homes —EXPENSIVE?—Not half, no, not one third what you would expect to pay for this conveni^ice. Actual records of expenditures on Delco Light Plants, owned by Your Neighbors bears out our statement that it will cost you less per month than coal oil for lamps, or carbide for your gas lights—and the danger of explosion is eliminated with a DELCO LIGHT PLANT. —Make us prove it! Robert E. Goodman Delco Light Dealer Madras News. Mrs. J. W. Allen of Albion, spent Friday and Saturday with Mrs. Will Durrum. Misses Susie and Ruth Mar.iblc of Clarksville, were the guests of Mis3 Katheryn Latimer Friday night. Mr. John Chapman returned to his home at Ada, Okla.. Friday afte- a few days visit with relative*. Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson have mo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 September 1925

B8S6* ■ w i I- i nx ER 25, 1925 THB KBD RlVfih UNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, SBFlg First With the New"- Blossom Out —In one of our new Fall Suits to take in the Red River County Fair. ■This week we have received other ship- ments of those good old KUPPENHEI- MER and CLOTHCRAFT SUITS. You'll have to try one of these on to ap- preciate the many new style features— and we want you to try them on, wheth- er you want to buy or not. Dependable Clothes at the price yoo want to pay. YOU KNOW OUR QUALITY Rosen field's "A STORE FOB MEN" rue oily printed Bible fa New Eng-- i,lir centuries ai?o was the Latin copies of which- might be- i)ud chained fast lr par tab church I '|$ven for the three best fcjliiggestions on how to get 1$bre business on the ra~ routes. All contestants must (tfing their suggestions to We store. ! * 4^Qpen only to people living outside the city lim its of Clarksville. I. U,. '' CLARKSVILLE. TEXAS fttmber Retail Merchants Association Colored People To Have Fair Next Week Fhrte Wilso...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 September 1925

• AUSTIN, TEXAS VI vulvcidUy t t '>'csaa •-—1 #• * Steii JRtuer ®0untu WLmitw VOLUME V, NUMBER 36 CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29. 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY IN THIS CAN— —With the BP8 trad* fnsrk as your buying guide, cornea the quality paint product you need. * —Regardless the job that'a to be done, there'a a BPS Flnlah especially made for it. Paints, Varnlahea and Enamels, all In BPS quality—are obtainable at our atore. —And BPS meana BEST PAINT 80LQI —And the price la no more than you've been paying. t/tfe 'Tttantbie&fardware Wi •/Im - CUAMSWUf routs /W W/7H THC NCW-JUST PHOM *(> / Member Retail Merchants Association Jim Hogg Highway F urids Withdrawn Tt e mile and a halt' of unfinished Toad on the Jim Hogg highway'be- tween Bogata, and Clarksville, will not be completed this year, according to the attorney general's department ■which recently ruled that, no amount greater than the funds in sight for the present year can be appropriated, and only about...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 September 1925

TUB RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUBSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1905 BED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Pvbuihino Company, In* Publishers Entered at Second Class Matter March, 3, 187ft A- T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager Now that the Fair la over, we'll prob- ably have (air weatber. Tba Honey Grove C.<tlsen says tbat the College of Industrial Arts will aoon be known as the College ot In- ternal Argument its binges are not ad- justed amicably in a short time. §HRA1FNEL w By OUD LOOK Some Are Dud's Some Are Not The mystery is solved. M. Caillaux, French Minister of Finance has given j out the secret. He sayd Caillaux is pronounced "Ki-yo". We've heard tbat name before .somewhere, but we thought) it was the name of the Chi- nese Minister We Believe This Fish Story—We Saw Them M. S. Grant brought a string of twelve fine large mouth black bass to The Review office Saturday, depart- ing with but eight of them. Mr. Grant caught the bass in the lake on bis place early Saturday morning, anld we believe be is entitle...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 September 1925

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER , MU THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Portable Radios at Stationary Prices Embodying all the latest and most successful improvements in the Radio Held, these two porta- ble models are excelled by none. The Radiola Semi-Portable require no aerial, are light, attrac- tively built, have fine tuning adjustments, and a clearness of reception that is extraordinary. Our new prices are: Radiola Twenty-Six Radiola Semi-Portable „ $236.60 160.60 McClinton Furniture Company Exclusive tAgency for Radio Corporation and Crosley Lines J Oklahoma Champ Will Wrestle Bill Johnson A match that will test the mettle of Clarksville's mat artist, Bill Johnson, has been hilled for Friday night at the Skating Rink, when Edgar Dees, claim- ant of the middleweight championship of Oklahoma will take on the local grappler. Johnson has firmly established him- self in with local wrestling fans by his work here, having won the decision from ''Kid" Barker of Waco, and hns demonstration that he is anyt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 September 1925

— THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, 8HPTBMBBR 29, 1926 Stores of Distinction POLLOCK'S Low Prices mean much in saving to you. —Of special interest at this time are the low prices on shoes for the whole family -Walk-Over, Star Brand, and Endloott Johnson shoes. At prices much lower than you whould expect to pay HMen's oxfords, light tan fine calf-skin leather $4.95 —Same as above, in a high top shoe $4.98. —Men's army style work shoes, medium weight. A practical shoe 92.45. —Shoe price range—41.95, 12.25, $2.95, $3.45, $3.95, $445, 4.95, 5.50 and up —Pay cash, at a cash store, and save the difference. We Underbuy We Undersell '"Why, dad, this Is roast beef!" ex- •claimed Willie at dinner one evening, •when a guest of honor was present. "Of course," said his fother. What of that?" . "Why, you told mother this morn- Jag that you were going to bring an old mutton-head home for dinner this attaint!"—tHe Prog*esslve- Qrocer. I PAINS AU. OVER Wf Stjrs She Took Carta asI T Merer Saw Sodi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 2 October 1925

University o£ Texas —LjI ' AUSTIN, TEXAS iXJJ 0 \ With W&xxtt ffiountu i&zvitw VOLUME V. NUMBER 37. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY IN THIS CAN —With the BP8 trade piark as your buying guide, cornea the quality paint product you Meed. Regardless the job that's to be done, there's a BP8 Finish especially made for it. Paints, Varnishes and Enamels, all in BP8 quality—are obtainable at our store. BEST —And BPS means 80LDI And the price is no more than you've been paying .nation of jusv. eldom mentioned. 1V MatXtOieZfy&lXlUXtrV Vt low and rnlp nf * ctAAHSwuf rotAs */4M" (h. deciding the facts in etail Merchants Association ame In criminal cases, in ass punishment. Under the and in many other states charged In finding the fa judges assess the punish A Texas lawyer of k recently expressed the the responsibility of a lshment was the cause trials and a big fac the dockets of the \er way Boosters To Play Ex- Leaguers On Local Lot Clarksvil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 2 October 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Fire Prevention Week October 4 to 10 We are in hearty accord with the views of State Fire Marshal Timmins in seeking to prevent needless loss by fire through carelessness. * Observe Fire Prevention Week, and at the same time, check over your policies— if you do not have sufficient coverage— call us. F. A. Antone INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS City National Bank - Building HUMMM Every Auto Manufacturer Suggests Regular Changing of Oil In Your Crank Case We keep a record of your speedometer reading when we drain your crank case and this is always available to you. Be sure to have plenty of the right kind of oil and more than half of your motor troubles will be overcome. CHAS. L. GOODMAN Willard Batteries Seiberling Tires. Bagwell Newt Mri. Paul Malum has returned from a pleasant visit to West Texas with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Will Wil- liams. Mrs. Bonnie Boone, from near Tex- arkana, is vlstlng her mother Mrs. Stephens. Mr. and Mrs. Newt Pryor went to Paris Sund...

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

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1926 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW o ■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■•■■a ■ ■ We are offering • genuine, ■ high-quality six-volt Preit-O- Lite Storage Battery in wood ■ or rubber ease (or p '15:22 : ■ Don'tTake " a Chance ■ on an Unknown Battery I ■ Quality, dependability and long full- bodied service from your battery is yours if you buy Prest-O-Lite Batteries. ■ We are ready to show you how you ■ save 25% when you buy a Prest-O-Lite. a Pull up at the sign oi "Friendly Service." a Columbia: Storage .jolt *1195! Battery capacity ^ ■ Conerly's Garage Fall Coloring "Where Tires and Tubes are Vulcanized." ■ ■ A NEEDED JURY REFORM. In the various discussions and learned papers on the subject of court reform and the speeding up of the machinery of the law In the ad- ministration of justice, the jury is seldom mentioned. Under the Texas law and rule of practice the jury is given the responsibility of not only deciding the facts in the case, but In criminal cases, in assessing the puni...

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

■P If ? •I f I THE R&D RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1925 RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Pumjmuno Company, Int. PwMutora Mnttrtd m Steond CI— Matter Mmrtk, S. 1878. UL T. RRYCE, Editor and Manage Old Hickory's Spelling When Rooaefelt «ti writing his took, "Winning of the Weal,' he made m thorough search Into the life of An- drew Jackson. One day he was fermght to the Swell farm, at Spring r Phone 597 The Direct Way Direct Mattress Company Mattresses and Feathers Renovated Cotton, Felt and Feather Mattresses made to order J. L. Martin, Manager HIM, Tsan., home of Major Campbell Browa, grandson of George Washing toa Campbell, formerly United States senator from Tenneasee, a close friend of Jackson, and later United States minister to Russia. Here was found the original letters of Jackson to Campbell and original papers of great help to Mr. Roosevolt. He waa muck pleased with the find laid be- fore him. la one, a letter from Jack- son while he waa expecting an attack br the British o...

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