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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 2 October 1925

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1925 Stores of Distinction A soft becomingness of line marks these NEW HATS OF SATIN Priced $5.95 to $10.50 This is a delightful collection for if brings the "off the face" Hats so smart this season—in a variety that provides for every type. Hats for Little Girls A jaunty youthful smartness characterizes these little Hats—made of materials to match the top coats little girls .choose for winter. We Underbuy We Undersell f - Free — Free -- Free THREE DAYS ONLY Saturday, Monday and Tuesday October 3,5, and 6 Dorsey will give you A10 pound sack of Pure Cane Sugar with each $20.00 purchase. A 5 pound sack of Pure Cane sugar with each $10.00 purchase. Buy your Clothes for fall and winter from J. E. Dorsey QUALITY MERCHANDISE South Side Square An Expert In Each Department Sf' '• /> )> 17 t THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW MISSIONARY SOCIETY. The ladles of the Missionary Soci- ety of the Presbyterian church met on Monday afternoon at the church in regular Besslon. Mesdam...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 2 October 1925

i' i f THB RED RIVER COUNTY RBVTBW FRIDAY, OCTOBBR 2, 1926 K Portable Radios at Stationary Prices Embodying all the latest and most successful improvements in the Radio field, these two porta- ble models are excelled by none. The Radiola Twenty-six, new model Portable and 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 1236.60 160.60 McClinton Furniture Company Exclusive z/lgency for Radio Corporation and Crosley Lines From Our Exchanges ~ Duck Hunters Will i the size or quantity of guns as listed: Confer With Harris. (FrUe periscope for observation purpo- The duck season is approaching and , se*; one trench mortar, lit shoots Finance Commissioner Harris (s tal^i larger ahulls and has greater range ing steps to see that as few hunters and patten than* shotgun; three Inch are shot aa possible around White field pi...

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

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1925 T1IE RED RIVEK COUNTY REVIEW BEAUTY • COMFORT • CONVENIENCE • UTILITY I 1 Qood Looks as Well as Qood Service The improved Ford Runabout, with its all-steel stream-line body, is an unusually good-looking car. It hangs low to the' ground, and the body has been lengthened and re-designed for greater comfort and convenience*. The gas tank under the cowl is filled from the outside, and the weather- proof storm curtains open with both doors. Under the sweeping roar deck is an unusually large compartment designed for convenience in carrying luggage. Standard equipment includes four cord tires, nickeled head-lamp rimsand windshield wiper. The price remains the same $260, and you can buy on the Ford Weekly Purchase Plan. i ford motor company, detroit, mich. RUNABOUT $260 F. O.B.DETROIT Touring car $290 Coupe ... 520 Tudor Sedan 580 fordor sedan 660 Demountable Rimt ind Starter Ex at on Open Can Closed Can In Colon dtbncC • H NO INCREASE IN PRICES KB STOP THAT ITCHING ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 2 October 1925

W'% A> I f THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2. 1925 V, • ^ V, i ' I •y i I TT i At|cf;Fffy Ai^M-^4VM rmn mi i > i r«ittmii > i rt < ?o< WE CLEAN CLOTHES 0 I make my appeal for your patronage solely upon a basis of SERVICE and SATISFACTION. I know you'll be a satisfied customer after you've let us serve you the first time—hundreds of others are —but in order to convince you of the superiority of our workmanship and service, you must make us prove what we say we'll do. I personally supervise and inspect the work that comes into and goes, out of my shop, and I know it is done right. KNOWING HOW—and having the facilities for doing the highest class of clean- ing, pressing, dyeing and altering is absolutely essential in a modern cleaning and dyeing plant. In addition to the knowledge, and the ma- chinery for doing good work, there must be the the desire to render BETTER SER- VICE than is ordinarily expected. Our Cleaning Department F^IFFERENT kinds of material d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 6 October 1925

ft AUSTIN, TEXAS i u ,-cv= l'bWV ot •re ,1 r\i\ ?T/ )<K> H>m>l «!.> VOLUME FIVE. NUMBER 38 CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, OCTOBER 6, 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY t Guns and Ammunition —Complete stAit'lni'il equipment lo the Sportsman. —Duck Season opens tlie lOtli! —(Jot ready! —Replenish your kit from our stock. Tftanubfe&Jardware &i CtAMSWUf rats -/««- Member Retail Merchants Association Paris Boosters Due Here-Today Delegation Advertising Lamar District Fair Oct. 12 to 17 A delegation of some fifty boost- ers will arrive In Clarksville this af- ternoon, accompanied by the Paris Municipal Band, advertising the La- mar District Fair which opens In Paris Monday. October 12th and closes Saturday the 17th. The trippers are due to leave Paris early this morning and will make stops at Hugo, Ft. Towsen and other points in Oklahoma, cross ing into Texas and making stops at DeKalb; at 3:00; Avery at 3:30 Annona at 4:00; Clarksville 5:00, Bagwell 6:00; Detroit at 6:.10 and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 6 October 1925

& I'' !?■ % ■ V; ^ ' , ' Ifci • THE nun RIVER COUNTY REVIEW OCTOBER 8. 1925 BID RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Pubuihino Company, Ine. PubHaktr$ BnUred at Second Clmtt Matter March, 3. 1879. !A- T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager A farmer showed a sweet potato the other day that measured only If laches Id circumference. Just Imagine what that farmer missed by digging that potato before it was Jialf grown.—Pittsburg Gazette. A Central Texas paper reports that oAe day last week the sun was totally obscured by a drov* o millions of mud daubers returning to West Texas since the recent rains. It was reported esveral months ago that tba daubers were out of building ma- terial. Down In the Houston county they •re growing Bweet potatoes that will cjompare favorably with those grown SB the Honey Grove country two years Ago. Judd Lewis, of the Houston Ppst, says he and his family are fest- lng on a half-grown potato a friend Mnt him. The friend was intending to let the potato get its growth, but AUtoists ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 6 October 1925

OCTOBER 6. 1925 POLLOCK'; Stores of Distinction, THE RED MVER COUNTY REVIEW 9 I ft • • ms i It Is Time for You to Buy Your New Fall Suit. —POLLOCK'S men's ami boys' department. offers , exceptional values in Men's ami Boys' Suits. —MEN'S SUIT PRICES, many with extra pants, $12.50, 910.00, 917.50, «10.50, 924.50, 920.50, 934.110 and up. —BOYS' Sl?IT PRICKS, many with extra punts. One long and one short pant, 94.05, 95.00, 90.05 90.05, 910.05 and 914.05. —Whatever price you desire to pay, you will find POLLOCK'S VALVES to be Rood values, and you will find it a pleasure to sel- ect from our complete stocks. —POLLOCK'S one hundred and thirty two store buying connection makes ————. OUR BUYING POWER YOUR SA VING POWER —A SPECIAL PURCHASE SALE of Men's Dress Shirts. Solid colors, in light shades of blue, grey audi tan, VERY SPECIAL A We Underbuy $1 19 We Undersell ANOTHER CAR OF PURINA CHOWS x \ Chicken Chowder (makes 'em lay). Hen Chow (scratch grains). Chick Chow and Startena (for ba- by...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 6 October 1925

w\ PS 'it. SkA' .* • THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW ■'■"."W."! " i« Last of Body Guard v of Jeff. Davis Dead (Continued From rage One) TTJ Fire Prevention Week October 4 to 10 Inclusive Use the utmost care in the handling of combustible materials and many fires will be prevented. —And if you use that same care in the handling of your money you will be forti- fied against the two much to be feared oc- curences in every man or woman's life. The 'rainy day' and old age. Your business, whether large or small, is appreciated by First National Bank . 1 T \ , .. of Clarksville The Bank of Better Service 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 lainiMMMMIIMmMlMMilllllll mi of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 9 October 1925

"" wpwjyw *m*m wnw ■rL. AUSTIN, TEXAS Uu iveraity of Toxa* J < 4 "* ?Rrfi Shier County ? VOLUME FIVE, NUMBER 39 CLARK8VILLE. TEXAS, OCTOBER 6, 1926 PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY Guns and Ammunition —-Complete staii'lnrcl equipment to the Sportsman. —Duek Season opens the 16th! —Get ready! —Replenish your stock. kit from our Vte TttarabteJ/aniware p - cu**swue rtxA* •/! • O Member Retail Merchants Association f) Cotton Receipts Show a Decrease Unstable Market Lait Few Day* Causes * Farmers to Hold Cotton receipts for the first three days this week were comparatively l light, due largely to the unstable 'market. The local storage yards re- port a total of 15,386 bales up to closing time Wednesday night. The receipts for the first three days of this week totaled 1,014 as Against 1,440 bales for the corresponding days of last week. The receipts for the season how- ever, are almost double the total re- ceipts to October 7, last year, at which time 8,780 bales had been weighed in. Estim...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 9 October 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW OCTOBER 9, 1925 Detroit Couple Married 59 Years Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Hughaton Cele- brate Event With Family Gathering. Laat Sunday, Sept. 17th, with (our of their children. Joe Hough- •ton and family, Mr . J. A. Ward and family and Mrn. Mack McKen- gie and family, of ClarksvlUe, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hughaton of Detroit, celebrated their fifty-ninth wedding anniversary. The real date of the anniversary was Tuesday, Sept. 29. but the family gathered on Sunday before in order that, as many of the children as possible could be present. It was impossible for all the chil dren to be here on this occasion, and was very much regretted by this honored old couple. Those that fail- ed to be there were: Sam Hugh- ston, of Brownsville, Texas, Travis Hughston, of Hope, Ark., Mrs. Isaac Ouest of Valiant, Okla., and. Mrs, Lipscomb of Vanita, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Hughston were married Sept. 29, 1866, in South Carolina and moved to Red River county in 1877, ate their first meul ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 9 October 1925

lie Fig spnight o, ff'PPe. in. •litis, phy, °w recoi, r'['ed and ablet th«t lomel ai > unpli that's tU. ! ^'ightett mtf. work your cold is thos •e tor or bi —no- antninin* • At any (ad | for on# OCTOBER 9, 1928 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW <sn§§©ir I Bowie County lias Turti'l Farm. tfi. H. Pirtle, who is experiment- al? in turtles, mention of which was made in the News a few weeks ago, states thut he is hopeful of the out- come of the venture, if prospects as present indications appear material- lite. The turtle, while not considered TOuch as a table delicacy in this sec- tion, is rated much higher in large citios and in high-class cafes. Turtle soup 1b rated in a higher class of soupifthan frog legs are as a tender white meat. And this knowledge led him to try the experiment. He has an ideal place for the breeding and culture of turtles—in the word cult ure he means the proper food and plenty of clear spring water, which it is asserted gives the flavor a more ^(delicate textur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 9 October 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW OCTOBER 9. 1925 RIVER COUNTY REVIEW CITATION BT PUBLICATION Pvbluhino Company, Pubk$k0T$ Inc. Stand Clan Matter March, 8. 187ft X T. BRYCEMmnagmr Moadames Nowlln Watson, W. C. Hamilton, Gavin Watson, and Miss bid* MeCIinton were visitors in Pa- rte on Monday. THE STATE OP TEXAS, To the sheriff or any constable of Red River County—Greeting: You are hereby commanded, that you summon by making publication of this Citation in some newspaper pub- lished in the County of Red River if there be a newspaper published therein, but if not then in the near- est county where a newspaper is pub lished, once in each week for four consecutive weeks previous to the re EFFICIENT SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT THE PUREST OF DRUGS Has made our store— "THE DRUG STORE ff We stock everything a good Drug Store should carry. Bring Us Your Prescription Butcher drug company "That Good Drug Store" -J Under the Prest-Q-Lite plan of selling storage batteries you save money on these quali...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 9 October 1925

OCTOBER 9. 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW • t POLLOCK Stores of Distinction. 9( Rain and cold weather makes you stop to think about WINTER APPAREL Strikingly beautiful high grade Coats, styled on the straight lines; materials of soft suede-like all wool . velour with a rich coney fur-trimmed convertible col- lar. Full lined with a splendid wearing luster twill. Colors: Brown and Cranberry— Price $9.95 Illustrated in Pollock's Book of better values No. V-1917, another great group of ladies stylish Coats at $12.45 Ladies and Misses Stylish Dresses Beautiful Dresses of silk brocade, crepe and hundreds of wool dresses in wonderful materials makes you stop and wonder how such values can be produced at only— Price $5.95 We are showing a complete line of Ladies' Misses and Children's Sweaters priced $1.95 to $4.95 Hats $1.98 to $4.95 Shoes, $2.95 to $3.95-Star Brand. Silk Hose priced 50 cents to $1.00. business session, which was followed by refreshments and a social hour. Those present ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 9 October 1925

R. W THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW OCTOBER 9, IMS BUY YOUR TIRES ON A BASIS OF SO MUCH PER MILE AND YOU'LL f * * BUY OOOH^feAR —Long life and dependability make EXIDES the best battery on the market. We feature the best because our trade demands it. Caton-Goodman Auto Supply Co. Premium Winners of County Fair Checks Mailed Wednes- day by J. E. Blood- worth, Manager Checks totalling $494.50 were mailed to the various winners of premiums at the Red River County Fair whieh closed ten days ago, by J. E. Bloodworth, who had charge of the distribution of the funds Stblch were set aside for that pur- pose. The winners in Department "O", Poultry, are not Included in the list furnished by Mr. Bloodworth, and publication of this yill be made later. DEPARTMENT "A" i Horses, Mules and Jacks Best brood mare, any uge or breed, W. J. Dlnwiddie, C. C. Can- terbury. Best colt under one year, nuy breed, C., C. Canterbury, W. J. Din- widdle. DEPARTMENT "B" Registered Cattle I Grand champion cow, Le-j Gr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 9 October 1925

OCTOBER 9, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW "i -v' ,rt 3for*d/ INCREASED values recently built into Ford cars are particularly noticeable in this attractive, com* pact Ford Coupe. All the practical advantages which have made this car so universally popular, are here in greater measure, every added feature giving comfort, style and good Iooks in addition to remarkable utility. See your nearest Authorized Ford Dealer for a practical demonstration. FORD MOTOR COMPANY pETROIT, MICHIGAN F, 0. B. Detroit No Increase in Prices Runabout $260 ♦ Touring* $290 • Tudor Sedan $580 • Fordor Sedan $660. Demountable rims and starter extra on open cars. All prices F. 0. B. Detroit. NURSE SAVES TWO PEOPLE FROM OPERATION "I had two patients that the doc- tors seemed unable to reach with their medicine and in both cases ad- vised the knife. A friend who had tried Mayr's Wonderful Remedy for Stomach trouble proposed that I re- oraniend it to my patints, which I did. Both are now ntirely well. I am very ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 9 October 1925

K'-tjk,' iilft I % J. • ill i' <% !>■■■,. i1 .■ I. TUB RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW OCTOBER . 1825 ' «■'' When the mercury drops It is time to have those last season's clothes cleaned, press- ed and repaired. Coats and suits that have partially lost their shape. Dresses that need to be retouched or remade, trousers that have become "baggy" at the knee. All these are trival matters to our expert alteration and repair de- partment. Your clothes will be returned to you as clean and odorless as when new—and so suddenly that you can scarcely believe that you have received the "quality" ser- vice that the work shows. We have both a lady and man tailor who take care of the alterations, mends, and the replacing of lost buttons, thus making ours the COMPLETE, perfect service. Wef operate the only exclusive Cleaning, and Pressing establsihment in Clarksville. Modern Cleaners PHONE 7 DEPOT STREET JD FREE SHOW TONIGHT And all This Week On lot next door to Sut- ton home on Depot St., advertisin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 13 October 1925

ft u AueriN. TixAi *in , K i : i v '•; i r;i;> v l M." * JRht^r *va VOLUME FIVE, NUMBER 40 CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, OCTOBER 13, 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY Several Stores Visited By Crook SHORT CHANGE ARTISTS I LY TRADE HERE LAST -WEEK MERCHANTS VICTIMS Saturday Crowd Largest of Year MERCHANTS REPORT GOoD Ill's IN ESS ON WINTER MERCHANDISE. Guns and Ammunition —Complete slaii'larri equipment to the Sport .sinun. —Duck Season opens the Kith! —Get ready! —Replenish your kit from our stock. $/,<> (7ttarabte$Jardu)are • /, — - eufintnur reus -«u • /) VP r,r W/Ttf TH£ -Jl'ST PMO.Vt Af." J Member Retail Merchants Association Rain Does, Not Halt raob Boys SEVENTEEN BOYS LEAVE CITY FOR FIVE DAYS AT THE < DALLAS FAIR. The rain did not In any way dam- Ben the spirits of the club boys who won a trip to the Dallas Fair for turning in the best record books of their club projects, and seventeen of them got away early Monday morn- ing in a big truck which will stop at Bagwell for two ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 13 October 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW OCTOBER II, 1928 •BO RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Publishing Company, Inc. Pubkakirt " Entered at Second CUue' Matter March, 8. 187ft and Manager STATE W. M. U. EXKCUTIVK8 TO MKBT IN DALLAS OCT. IS Dallas, Oct. 12.—Tbfl Executive Board of the Woman's Missionary Union, Auxiliary to the Baptist Cen- tra! Convention ot Texas will meet la the First Baptist Church, Dallas, October 15-16. Sfn. E. S. Davis, Dallas, is presi- dent of the organisation and Mrs. J. E. Leigh, Dallas, is corresponding Meretary-treasurer. Practically every county in Texas if representd on this board, there be- Hi 350 members. A full delegation It expected at this time as this is the Boat important meeting of the year. Plans and program for the annual jneetlng which convenes in Mineral Wells, Nov. 16-18, will be considered at this time. Johnson to Wrestle Westergarde Friday "BUI" Johnson the local mat ar- tist has had little difficulty In win- ning every match In which he has been entered here d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 13 October 1925

OCTOBER 13, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW POLLOCK' Stores of Distinction _ Wednesday, Oct. 14, Is # -Extra values, at a price of $1.00 have been selected from almost every de- partment. Come to see your dollar buy extra value. Men's $1.19 Shirts $1.00 Men's $1.25 Ties $1.00 Boys' 1.25 Hats $1.00 Men's 35c Sox—4 pairs $1.00 Men's extra heavy grey mixed sox 8 pairs $1.00 Men's Canvas Gloves 8 pr $ 1.00 Men's leather palm gloves 4 pr. ; for $1.00 Boys' Blue or Khaki Blouses 2 or $1.00 Men's and Boys regular 75<c work shirts 2 for $1.00 Men's Flannel Shirts $ 1.00 KD. KDWADK, STATE TAX COMMISSIONER, IN CITY I o Ed. Edwards, who, since his ap- pointment as State Tax Commission- er. has beon making his headquarters in Austin, came in a few days ago for a visit with home folks. Mr. Edwards suffered a badly in- jured leg in a fall at the Capitol building several months ago. The injured member is mending rapidly. He is at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Byron Franklin, on the Mill Creek...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 13 October 1925

'"wvy ATTENTION LADIES Who desire to learn the art of being more beau- tiful will be glad to know that we will have with us all this week, Mrs. Edna Clark, the College Beauty special- ist* JVlri. Clark will give FREE scientific facials, featuring DOROTHY PERKINS, the College Line of Toi- let Requisites She will also teach the scientific methods of car ing for your complexion # We will have an improvised private beau- ty booth in our store. I ' Phone for appoint- ment. 47-79 ft &'i ■' • i . J-t „<v <>,*' TH« RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW .£,)• ,131 r* OCTOBBE 13, 1925 I y I ' ■ •' ■ • ' llfc 1 11 jur Madras News. " CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS CONSTANT PAINT SHOP INSTALLS NEW EQUIPMENT The C. F. Constant Paint Shop on .West Wain Street has Just installed an air compressor and spray to be used In Duco finishing automobiles. Mr. Constant stated that with this uw equipment they are prepared to ' Rut a factory finish on any car. Mr. Constant has had considerable experience In auto painting ...

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