Red River County Review (Clarksville, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 8, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 23, 1925 Page: 3 of 4
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TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1025.
THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW
For The Summer
These sweltering days are fraught with
chiggers and heat and, of course, you want
to rid yourself of them. We have count-
less remedies guaranteed to soothe the itch-
ing chigger bite or the ravages of heat.
UTCHER DRUG COMPAN
That Good Drug Store"
Rotarian Hold Regular
The members of the Rotary Chit)
■were delighfully entertained at their
regular weekly luncheon at the Hotel
Main last Friday by the lengthy
"thank you's" of their various guests.
1 have just returned from market,
•where 1 made a special purchase of
Very New and Typically
Sport Kid Hats
They add much in smartness to one's
sport costume. Also in the black and
white, so good this season.
$3.50 to $5.00
In the lot 1 bought is also included
a new lot of TAFFETA HATS and
still more of the ever popular Felts.
SEE THEM WHILE THERE IS A
VARIETY TO SELECT
—Opposite Presbyterian Church—
The program, which was to have been
rendered by group six of the enter-
tainment committee was not presented
as a result of some misunderstand-
ing among them. E. B. Chambers, L.
B. Reed, John M. Butcher, J. E Sper-
cer. and Sparks, of the Red-Path
Horner Chautaquas were guests and
all made short.talks the substance of
which was mainly that U>ey had en-
joyed thre e quarters of an hour.
Clarksville Not to Have
Chautauqua in 1926
The Redpath-Horner Chautauqua,
which has been coming to Clarksville
every summer for a number of years,
will not be here in 1926. The company
demands $1,600 guarantee, which
would require the sale of 600 season
tickets, and despite the fact that the
guarantee committee worked diligent-
ly for three days, only about halt-that
amount was guaranteed.
A. L. Dunn and Miss Dora Griffin.
D. H. Dickerson and Leona Marie
E. E. Roberts and Miss Ethel Louise
S. B. Griffin and Mrs. R. Rollins.
Will Wooten and Georgia Hopkins.
H. Duckett and Harriett Prewitt.
Earl Jones and MissE. James.
The announcement of the marriage
of Miss Mary Griffin of Clarksville to
Ralph I). Haynes of Paris was of much
interest here, the bride, who is a beau-
tiful and attractive young lady, hav-
ing been reared here and attended the
Blossom school.—Blossom Review.
It sometimes happens that when a
man is really known by the company
he keeps she prefers to be a sister to
Send Us Your Delicate
Fabrics to Clean
THE MORE DELICATE THE FABRIC
THE BETTER JOB WE TURN OUT
Our long experience in dry cleaning has
made us experts in handling dainty cloths,
and to us the filmy summer frock is no more
trouble than the heavy woolen suits. You
know, we know and everybody else knows
that number seven is unlucky for dirt.
We guarantee the safe return of afiy gar-
ment entrusted to our care.
"We Clean and Dye While Others Try"
On your vacation, let a Kodak tell
the story.—Stiles Drug Company.
Miss Mae Crabtree of Dallas is vis
iting relatives In the city.
Bath caps and bathing suits.'
Stiles Drug Company.
Mrs. Mary C. Kennedy returned Fri-
day from Texarkana, where she visited
her sister, Mrs. J. Q. Mahaffey, for
Ice cream—its the taste that tells.
Stiles Drug Company.
Miss Mary Thompson of Deport was
the guest here of her brother, John
Thompson, and family for several days
Nyal Face Cream for tan and freck-
les.—Stiles Drug Company.
Miss Ida Lee Pollock left Friday for
Hot Springs, Ark., where she will visit
for several days before going to Tal-
ihina. Okla., to be the guest of her
"Splash Me." new line bathing
suits and caps.—Stiles Drug Company.
Miss Elizabeth Corley left Friday
for Hugo, Okla., where she will visit
friends for several days.
Miss Esther Corley was a Paris vi*
itor last Friday.
Rooms for rent, furnished or un
furnished; bed rooms or for light
housekeeping. Phone 584.
J. A. Kunkel and J. F Kunkel left
Thursday for Pope, Tenn., in response
to a message stating that their sister,
Mrs. Laura Kelly, was killed by light-
ning Thursday morning.
Everything Is nice, new and comfort-
able at Rainey's Alrdome, opposite
Bagby Lennox, who has been study-
ing cotton classing in Dallas for the
past two months, returned home Sat-
urday. He was accompanied by his
brother. David Lennox, who spent sev-
eral days last week In Dallas.
B. F. Knowles left Sunday for points
in Oklahoma to spend several days.
Miss Ethel Lewis arrived Sunday
from Eufala. Ala., to be the guest of
Miss Mary Marable for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. .A. M. Graves return-
ed Sunday from Cleveland, O., where
they attended the Rotary International
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McCulloch, who
attended the Rotary International con-
vention in Cleveland, O., last week,
returned home Monday. En route
home they visited friends in Indianap-
Misses Ruth- Marable and Esther
Corley expect to leave today for a
visit of several days in Dallas.
Miss Mary Marable returned Sunday
from Enterprise, Ala., where she
taught music the past year, and will
spend the summer here with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Marable.
Mlhs. Dick Bailey returned Sunday
from a visit, of several days in Dal-
Some bargains in slightly used re-
frigerators.—Dryden Furniture Corn-
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Spann and small
son of Albuquerque. N. M., are the
guests of Miss Nannie Maude Aubrey.
Rainey's Airdome is open, opposite
Try one of our New Perfection Oil
Cook Stoves; they make housekeep-
ing easler.Dryden Furnituro Company
See Richard Bartholmess in "Class-
mates" at Rainey's Airdome. on Depot
street, opposite Brewer Hotel, Mon-
day and Tuesday.—Adv.
Mrs. John A. Kunkel left Thursday
for Lampasas, where she expects to
spend several weeks.
Trade your used furniture or stoves
for new—just the kind you would like
to own.—Dryden Furniture Company.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marable and little
sons. Paul Davis Jr. and Allen Corley,
were the week-end guests of Mr. and
Mrs, Burton Mahaffey in Texarkana.
Misses Liza Jane Webb and Nita
Webb, who were the guests of Mrs.
Gordon Baker over the week-end. re-
turned to Pittsburg. Kan.. Monday.
Mr, and Mrs. J. B. Look and small
son and Mrs. N. ,C. Murrie and Mrs.
W. B. Look were Paris visitors Mon-
Take Slow Game
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lies from a base on balls, a two-bagger
and one error.
Nothing of note occurred with the
exception of some Baptist errors till
the sixth inning, when Marcum made
first on Crittenden's error and scored
when McAnear muffed Giles' fly to
The Baptists were retired in trios
until the seventh when they squeezed
two socres from an error, a sacrifice,
stolen base, a single and a three-bag-
The last of the eighth saw two more
scores for the Presbyterians, resulting
from a walk, a bunt, a fielders' choice
and two errors. The Baptists were
retired in the ninth with little or no
excitement and the game was over.
Score by innings: R. H. E,
Baptists 000 000 200—2 0 7
Presbyterians ..200 001 02*—5 3 1
Batteries: Presbyterians, Giles and
Suukel; Baptists, Cook and Grant.
C. H. Bridges, Rivorview, Overland.
J. C. Hamilton, Annona, Ford.
Lee Coursey, Detroit, Dodge.
T. P. Fleming. Woodland. Ford.
And that's really the best way to drink
Coca Cola or any other drink that's worth
Our bottling deparmtent has tested 100 per
cent sanitary and you know that our drinks
are pure. No home should be without a
case of Coca Cola or Mixed Soda Water dur-
ing the hot summer months. Call 49.
McCulloch Grocery Company
QUALITY GROCERIES CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS JL
Shorts, Bran, Corn
Chops, Fresh Maize
AND EXTRA QUALITY
In car just received. Also another car of O—
Molene feed for Horses and Mules
In its broadest sense banking means
financial service that has in it every-
thing essential to safety, strength,
helpfulness and convenience in finan-
cial transactions, and it is our constant
endeavor to have our bank measure up
to this standard.
First National Bank
"The Bank of Better Service"
WE HAVE THEM
Kodaks and Films—Prickly Heat Powders, Talcum and Face
Powders, Cold Creams and Perfumes.
No prescription filled in our store except by registered men.
J. C. BARTON, DRUGGIST
Member Texas Qualified Druga'sts' League
T. T. Ma.sslngill, Fulbright. Ford.
A. M. Buker, Clarksville, Chevrolet.
W. Muuldin, Bogata, Ford.
J. N. Co*, Dulby Springs, Ford,
Lawrence Dorrls, Avery, Ford.
Miss Lola Wolf, Annona, Ford.
Cletnmie Smith. Rivervlew, Ford.
B. A. Dinwiddle Jr., Clarksville,
Twyman Mitchell, Clarksville. Ford.
J. C. Bryson, Fulbright, Ford.
Dock Dill, Clarksville, Ford.
Roy Allen, Dulby Springs, Ford.
Bill—Its hard to do.
Joe—What's huril to do?
Bill—Keep a blind tiger running
without bumping Into the law.
100 ACRE FARM to trade for home
in Clarksville. Address P. O. Box
AGENTS WANTED--To sell Watkins
Products. Sec Charles Pickering.
Bagwell. Texas. 2t
. FOR RENT
HOt'SES FOR RENT—Two 4-room
, houses, one on East Main and cino
north of depot. See Pat B. Clark. Do
FOR RENT—Large southeast bedroom
<o ladles only. Home on South
Walnut. Phone 257. tfc
WANTED AT ONCE someohe to put Two one ton trucks for your servi*e.
up 2.10 acres Johnson grass hay. J. j 8hort or long distance hauling by
K. P. Jamison, Clarksville. Texas. ' "reful drivers. L. P. Mosley, Mqrv
. roe and East Street, Phone 260 tto
WANTED 50,000 W. O. and P. O FOR HEAVY HAULING or moving of
cross ties at Clarksville, Detroit, any kind with truck and trniler c$ll
Bagwell. Annona, DeKnlb and Avery Phone 594. L. T. Prewitt, 1445 Ot>1
Allen Lumber Co. tf-c lege Avenue. • tt
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Bryce, A. T. Red River County Review (Clarksville, Tex.), Vol. 5, No. 8, Ed. 1 Tuesday, June 23, 1925, newspaper, June 23, 1925; Clarksville, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth292799/m1/3/: accessed May 27, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Dolph Briscoe Center for American History.