The following article is from the December 11, 1907 edition of the Fort Worth Star Telegram
The Ringgold State Bank’s report shows a very healthy growth in receipts and a very liberal patronage.
The new Methodist church, now under construction, is looming up. Ringgold will soon have one of the nicest churches in North Texas.
The city has received 1400 bales of cotton this season, which has been far ahead of what was expected. It was thought that 1000 bales would go against 1800 of last year.
W E Witt, a prominent farmer, living a few miles west of Ringgold has moved his family to Ringgold for the winter to take advantage of the schools.
The Ringgold high school’s first term has been a decided success and will end next Friday evening with a big entertainment.
On account of the large attendance at school the trustees have elected another teacher to help in the primary department. Miss Beulah Hawthorne of Seago, Texas has accepted the position.