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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 4 September 1925

of • OuiverttUy of 'i'exftl jflUEfci Jf® AUSTIN, TIXAI >« «•• - < • Ulu^r (tomtit Wimtew • • VOLUME V, NUMBER 29 CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY GIANT AIRSHIP SHENANDOAH EXPLODES • • COMPLETE HARDWARE SERVICE -It the greatest value thru the busy months of Fall. -And thru these months you'll find us fully prepared to give that pleas* ing kind of COMPLETE hardware service so essential during the days of harvest time. -Let us serve you again this month. A complete stock, a satisfactory service, and a pleasing personnel at your disposal. The Phone is No. 2 Dtfe 'fttarahfefflardware Wc ClAAMSVUF TtXAS -1933 • fi/nsr w/rrt rut New -jusrphoht no / Member Retail Merchants Association THIRTEEN OFFICERS AND MEM- BERS OF CREW OF 35 PERISH I . ! The giant air monster Shenandoah, was wreck- ed by an explosion shortly before 1 2 o'clock Thurs- day while on a flight which started at 4 o'clock : Wednesday afternoon from Lakehurst, N. J. and ' was to ...

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

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 4, i&25 w I V w, lAq Favorite Stories ft1n91as.coM What Aunt Mjrra Ddnd They brought • darky oat of the Jail la « North Carolina town with Intent to bang htm for murder. Thia was In the day when capital punishment was publicly inflicted. A* a special mark of attention the widow of the murder, er'a victim was permitted to witness the event from a position of vantage directly facing the gallows. She had had a sort of small grandstand rigged j up and she had decorated It with bunt- | lng, and when the ruurch to the scuf- ■ fold started, there she sat In a white , mother-hubbard wrapper gently agi- j tatlng a palmleaf fan, flanked and sur- rounded by relatives, invited friends and sister members of her lodge. i The preliminaries went forward ac-1 cording to the rltuul. When the con-1 4emned had been properly trussed up, With the noose dangling about his neck, , the sheriff, holding the black cap In , his hand, edged up to him and said: I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 4 September 1925

91 • • • FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1M* "OLD-SALT" TALES THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW By CAPTAIN IRA PERKINS (Copyright.) Adrift in Warm Waters. «Tm0 most tlnnji«rous part of run- ning arms Into the Islands used to lie that there were spies every- where. The very man to whom the contraband arms and ammunition were consigned might turn spy before the curso ever reached him." The cnptall was seated on the low veranda which ran the length of the lifeguard station and the boys were gathered close about him. Ho went on talking: "Conditions were pretty bad when 1 made my first and what came near to being tny last voyage, on one of these gunrunners. It was the clipper Scorpion out of 'Frisco. Her papers read 'pianos in cargo' and her destination was set down as 'Bom- bay, India.' "The food was good and the pay was high and, although we all knew there was something In the air besides legiti- mate sailing, it mattered little to us what it might be. We were all young. "The course of the Scorpion was...

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

' EKt; B I- ' |S> i; b|/' K, K$t; THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, SEPTBMBBR 4, 1925 •Em RIVES COUNTY REVIEW Itsviaw PUBLISHING COMPANY, Inc. PubKthen ' Entered u Second Clan Matter March, 3. 1879. !A- T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager Goats are sometimes driven over ' (he plowed fields la the Nile Valley to help break the clods. Japan has an avenue of trees, fifty kniles in lenKtb, extending from the town of Nikko to Namanda. Rotten wood is used in the polish- ing of the fine parts of the highest grade Swiss and French watches. Crop reports by airplane observ- ers is now being tried in North Car- olina by the United States Depart- ment of Agriculture. Two thousand plains buffalo have been liberated by the Canadian Gov- ernment in the Great Slave Lake country to roam at will. The seventy-five pyramids in Egypt, that were built as tombs for the kings, date from the period between the fourth and twelfth dynasties. The Bermudas may be said to be '• A land of perpetual springtime, for ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 4 September 1925

0 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Announcing —Opening of the Office of— Dr. C. C. Hardwick DENTIST On Saturday, September 5 th located in the Moore building on Northeast corner of Square—Over Mission Theatre. MODERNLY EQUIPPED PAINLESS METHODS 'PHONE 75 GUARANTEED WORK LADY ASSISTANT Mm The Bhort skirt is no respecter of knock knees. Winter hits it* tips and down the mercury keeps tub on them. and A peanut trust is alleged, which mujr be In restraint of peanut politics. Artificial oysters are being planned, but synthetic oyster soup is old stuflf. The palms that delight Ht a winter resort ure perpendicular, not horizon- tal. The Russian hear that walks like a man looks more like a tramp every day. The cold wave may travel behind schedule, l^itt it gets there just the sume. Don't pity her for wearing silk hose this weather. She wmy have on three pairs. What ever became of the old-fash- ioned man who used his hat for a filing cabinet? How cross-word puzzles would...

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

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1&2$ Professional Director? T. T. THOMPSON Lawyer Abstractor and make Farm Loana or Real Estate Offloe. Spear Hotel DR. CLAUDE D. SCAFP Physician and Sargeoa Stlle« Drug Store CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS OR. E. M. SMITH First Natloiral Bank Building All kill da of Dentistry, especially and construction of usable dentures treatment and cure of Pyorrhoea DR. C. P. CONKRITE PHYSICIAN Office, Barton's Drug Store CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS DRS. TERRY AND STILES City National Bank Building Telephones 103 and 79 J. Hooper Stiles Surgery. Oenlto-Urlnary Dlseaaea Laboratory Dlagnosla Robert L. Terry Obstetrlos, Diseases of Children Intravenous Therapy FARRIER and FARRIER DENTISTS Practice confined to white patients Office, northeast corner square DR. Z. B. MOORMAN Dentist < Teeth Extracted Without Pain All Wodk Guaranteed Prices Reasonable False Teeth That Fit or No Pay Office—'Telephone, Building Its Easy to Pay for a Chevrolet. Cathedral Will Dwarf Wa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 4 September 1925

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4. 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW THE STATE OF TEXAS To the Sheriff or any Constable of Red River County Greeting: You are hereby to cause to be published once each week for a pe- riod of ten days before the return day hereof, in a newspaper of gen- eral circulation, which has been continupusly and regularly publish- ed for a period of not less than one year in said Red River County, a copy of the following notice: THE STATE OP TEXAS To all persons interested In the Estate of J. A. Dysart, Deceased, Know Ye, That Mrs. Funnle P. Dy- Hart has filed in the County ourt of Hed River County, an application for th« Probate of the last Will and Testament of said J. A. Dysart, De- ceased, filed with said applications und for Letters Testamentary which will be hoard at the next terra of said Courfi. commencing on tine third Monday in October, A. D. 1925 at the Court House thereof, in Clarksville, Texas, at which time all persons interested in said Estate may appear and con...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 4 September 1925

?' ♦1: IHE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, MS <• i \ t s "First With the New a THE NEW FALL SUITS- -- AT THE MEN'S STORE COLOR, in mens clothes should be seen and not heard. The New Venice Blues, have a smart, lively spirit yet they are quiet enough for the simplest taste— And the New Woodland Brown, is a triumphant color this fall. The warm, rich tints of field and for- est are carried out in this new color. It matters not what you have in mind, for that new Fall Suit, we can please you. COME IN AND TRY ON THE NEW MODELS, YOU'LL NOT BE URGED TO BUY F I N C K ' 3 WORK CLOTHES "A STORE FOR MEN" Rosen field's • STET80N A ,MALLORY HAT 4 M. SHOW GROWTH CLOVI GRAVES, JR.. FIRST FOR LARGER STUDENT BODY TO PASS 2ND GLASS TEST 5# ■ail - - - NEW HEADLIGHT LAW IS NOW IN EFFECT , \The two officially designated head- light testing stations, Cat on-Good man ATuto Supply Co. and R. J. Miesch ' taavo tested and adjusted about two 4fcirds of the cars in operation here, ({at there st...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 8 September 1925

University ot „ .ra •« n • & VI E'V ^$ , With Wiivzt County jRguteui VOLUME V, NUMBER 30 CLARKSVILLB, TEXAS, TUESDAY, SEPTKM.BER 8, 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY Paints VARNISHES This Symbol will Guide You in Selecting Quality The patterson-sargent co. named their products B. P. S. — or the Best Paint Sold. This name established a policy to build their products not best in name only but best in fact. This guiding principle—adopted at the foundation of B. P. S. — more than 30 years ago—has sim- plified the selection of paint and varnish. THERE IS A B. P. S. finish for every purpose—paint—enamel— stain—varnish. B. P. S* products are built to quality only —each finish must be the best or its kind* Let Us Show You D/c <7ftatxtb/e&/aixfware & - f<***•* - ctAPwur r/joes -/m - F/VST W/TH TH£ NfW -JUST PHOKt HO / Member Retail Merchants Association Shreveport Visited by I Annual State Legion Disastrous Fire Convention Amarillo '26 Mom than 250 residences occupied by wh...

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

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, SKl'TKMUHU BED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Review Publishing Company, Ine. Publuhert Entered a* Second Clans Matter March, 3, 1879. A- T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager The Red River County cotton crop is not us Rood an wfe thought it would be, and wo didn't think It would be, either, but it is no much bettor than it might have been that we'll be satisfied ■with a mere 50,000 bales. The only reason the Dallas Pair is larger than the Red River County Fair is because they have a little more territory from •which to draw, exhibits and customers Wo can't have the largest fair in the state, but we can have the best, si/.« con- sidered Sulphur Springs papers say that friends of "Cyclone" Davis want him to "come out" (again) as a candidate for the pi "* now held by one of the greatest statesmen Texas has ever pro duced. Well, it's about that time, but somehow or othor the voters seem to know who thoy prefer, and they con- tinue to show that preference. Clarksville i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 8 September 1925

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1 «J25 i • • • Welcome Teachers BUTCHER'S—"The Drug Store"~-in Clarksville extends you a cordial welcome to visit their store—in fact, make it your headquarters while you are attending the P*ed River County Teacher s Institute. You will find our stocks complete will the many items you will need in carrying on your work this fall and winter. If we do not have just the items in stock that you need or have in mind, make your wants known and they will he order- ed for you—sent directly to your address. UTCHKR DRUG COMPAN "That Good Drug Store" Y v; ■y J, , JJSL J J 1 1 sisraiaisii Ism C o i3®£ll®1£7 LBJ5 - 1 ' [I Mirs la v ho H Dcker— honor of M! will lie mnrri no.-: in October, Siiiifcstk'r Bizzell nf ft.. Worth, Mrs. Hucem Blai'.t ami < 1:tiit;'tt?-rs Mi S"S Mar.-':.rot and 1 till (iene. Black \«.r> , U'iu-aiiiiy entertained on Thur with a lour course luncheon at tho home of Mrs. 10. I'. Black. A deeoin- i e : 1 heme of purple ami Kohl, col- ors of thi' S. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 8 September 1925

Uuiv THE RED RIVER CoifNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8. 1&25 I YUM! YUM!! "Flap-Jacks" and Honey— Real honest-to-goodness Red River Coun- ty Honey gathered up by the bees of Stone Brothers, who have built up a wonderful repuation for theic GENUINE BEE HONEY See the honey, also the bees at work in our east window—then phone us for a supply— put up in— PINT and QUARTJARS GALLON CANS in either comb or extracted. We personally recommend this honey and Stone Brothers are not strangers to Clarksville people—it must be the best. NEW SHIPMENT—Boston Beauty Mack- erel—fat and juicy. In Barrels, sold by the fish. McCulloch Grocery Company QUALITY GROCERIES CLARKSVILLE, TEXA8 JL CALL 57, 58 or 59 Inn Qaffksvnll® Miss Louis Norris returned from a brief visit to Texarkann Friday. She wuh accompnuied homo by Miss Mary bridges of Shreveport, La., who will visit with her for a few weeks. Miss Bridges was formerly manager of the Clarksville office of the Western Un- ion. 3fiieuOJjfa No motorist ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 11 September 1925

H IV AUSTIN, TEXAS VjuiverpW ot -f-*J / ®Ltb Wixxtvt (tainttj Witrntm VOLUME) V, NUMBER 31 CLARKSVILLE, TBXAK, FRIDAY, 8BPTKMBBR 11. 1926 PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY LOOK INTO IT J j slip top cans - all sizes easy to open - self-sealing clean-conVenicnt'-ho Waste Best Paint Sold This Symbol will Guide You in Selecting Quality THE PATTERSON-SARGENT CO. named their products B. P. S. — or the Best Paint Sold. This name established a policy to build their products not best in name only but best in fact. This guiding principle—adopted at the foundation of B. P. S. — more than 30 years ago—has sim- plified the selection of paint and varnish. THERE IS A B. P. S. finish for every purpose—paint—enamel— stain—varnish. B. P. S. products are built to quality only — each finish must be the best or its kind. Let Us Show You Vac 'Tftarah/etyardware ^ -/••ww.* - ciAAKSwur rtrxxs -/« • fi/fiST W/TH THf -Jl/ST PflOXt NO / Member Retail Merchants Association COUNTY FAIR IS COMMUNITY ENTER- PRISE THAT...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 11 September 1925

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 11 September 1925

Friday, September u. 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Just ordinary shortening cannot give you the best cooking results Animai, fats cannot impart real richness to your cooking and liakinK- They are heavy, Krc usy, indigestible. And, of course, it is too expensive to use butter all the tune. With Mrs. Tucker's Short- ening, however, you can get the richness of butter at half the cost—and at the same time evude all the d triments of lard. That is because Mrs. Tucker's is a pure vegetable shortening. Get a pail of Mrs. Tucker's from your grocer today! It is made exclusively of choice cottonseed-oil. Use it wher- ever you use shortening. You'll be delighted at the difference it will make in your cooking. You'll find it goes further than ordinary shortening. And you'll ap- preciate the sanitary, air- tight container. This pail assures you shortening that is always fresh and pure. When empty, is very useful at>out the house. Interstate Cotton Oil Refining Company, Sherman, Texas. A me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 11 September 1925

1 \ U: I 321 Wk - *"'•• ■ THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, SBPTBMBER 11. 1925 SSJ WHMW RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Pubushino Company, Inc. PubHahara BnUred at Saeond Claaa Matter ' March, 3. 1879. * fli T. BRYOE, Editor and Manager {From the way the dern thing keeps bobbing up one would think that It was the league of nations in- iteid of the proverbial cat, that had the nine lives. x '■A boy swallowed a bolt and got tLree inches space on the front page AC one of our great dallies. Bet we qtrald pwallow a whole thunfdeir storm and only get mention among 'also rans." j ■ The trustees of the schools at town in Dallas County that ad v^rtised for school teachers that need no paint and went to Sunday School every Sunday muBt have fejpen the fellows we read about who vfere not narrow, still they had to •tend twice to cast a shadow and #bo leased their foreheads as pen- cil sharpeners. Col. William Mitchell believes in Free Speech, and does'nt hesitate to express his views in spite of the fact ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 11 September 1925

m: i, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 192B THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW • I POLLOCK' Stores of Distinction- Hmdrodls off N@w Frocks Featuring Group 1 Correlating modes for sports, street and after- noon wear. The ma- terials themselves show a "richness" in the fol- lowing: SATINS SATIN CREPE CHARMEEN FLANNEL FLAT CREPE, AT— $19.85 Visit our Ladies Shoe Department. \ ^ Very newest styles in SATINS AND SPORTS —Our Infants and Childrens Department is complete now—it will pay you to see the new styles. Buy a Willard —a battery with a reputation for long life and dependability that comes only from satisfactory service to its users. We sell and recommend Willards, and recharge and repair ail makes. CHAS, L. GOODMAN Member Retail Merchant Association 9 Values in Smart Autumn Silks andWoolens —at astonishingly low prices, ranging from $1.00 to $2.98 per yard. —Each fabric is indicative of the new mode in texture and pattern. The People's Store "Pay Less, Dress Better" Bridge Party- Honoring Miss Edith...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 11 September 1925

I CIST TEXAS PUIS BIS ^THISeS IN STATE FAIR A6RICULTURAL DISPLAY THE RID RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1926 Exhibit Space Already Assigned to Thirty-One Countle*—West Texas Leads In Early Applications. Although Bast Texas counties are In larger number than over before this early, and are admittedly planning l lf things in an exhibit way. West Texas still leads In the number of reservations already made fpr display apace In the State Fair of Texas Agricultural Show, at Dallas, Oct 0-25. mu8le shoals harnessed; dream OF years realized (Jp to August 29, kssigned to ■pace had been thirty-one counties, of vhlch seventeen were located in 'est Texas and fire In the eastern portion of the state. It Is expected that a number of ffexas railroads will also make com- prehensive displays, independent of jibe exhibits by the counties tra- versed by their lines. Inquiries have fceen received from the agricultural Departmenta of several roaJb, ac- tfcordlng to Superintendent J. A. Moore...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 11 September 1925

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11. 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW NofftK®ast Texas Rotari&ims nun Smiteir-Cifty Me®ft aftBoiiAaunni Address by District Governor Bruce Bogarde, Music and Stunts Feat* ures of Meeting. WORLD'S GREATEST EXPOSI- TION TO BE HELD NEXT YEAR The greatest of all international expositions to be lield In Philadel- phia next year commemorating the one hundred and fiftieth anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. No less than 60 mil- lion dollars will be expended in pre have the liveliest kind of a scout or- ganization. The program went from the sub- lime to the ridiculous when the Den-1 paring for the exVosltlon, which will ison delegation was given the stage, j demon8trate tn ft most graphic man- and their roast of the Flonhani ne|> progresB made not alone by club members ivas a scream. j tlfQ Unlted States but by the en„re Rev. Rupert Nanney and the Clarks- world tn the last century and ahalf ville delegation acted as judges, with in educatio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 11 September 1925

t I K-; efe" V ij v' i >; 1" . \ i. • V 9BPTEMBBR 11.1IH TOE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW "First With the New Get it off your mind —and on your back —Your NEW FALL SUIT—We mean You're Thinking About it.Wonder- ing what's the Style and Color for this Season. And while you're won- dering—We have it in— Clothcraft andKuppenheimer Good Clothes —New Models with the New Broad shoulders and wide straight trousers New Fabrics, New Colors. NEW HATS NEW SHOES NEW SHIRTS NEW HOSIERY NEW NECKWEAR F I N C K ' 8 WORK CLOTHES Rosen field's STET80N A .MALLORY HAT County Fair Is ' Community Affair (Continued From Page One) ^Teachers Institute • f • . t Attendance Large (Continued from page 1) fj- t Gladys Garrett, Savannah. j. Mary Hutchens. ^ Mrs. Henry Hemingway, Bagwells. V fternlce Holcombe. Bogata. \\' B. L. Hegler. Lydia. ). ptfao Hierring, Union Grove. >5 Chas. F. Hill j Margie Hardman, Annona. Sam M. Humphreys, Clarksville. , Rriri Hampton, Blakeney. Kfltene Harper. Detroit. 5,vj Frances Hu...

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