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

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAGE THRU O 1 O tl c Cherry News Quite a number from here at- teuded the football game at Paris Turkey Duy. Those who misBod the Thanksgiv- ing service Thursday uight missed a splendid sermon. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Arnold, Miss Louie, J. G. and Elizabeth Arnold and Mr. and Mrs. Hoy West spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. Olan H(H)ei'ts at Celina. Mr. and Mrs. West, Miss Louie and J. R, spent Saturday with Cherry West who Is a student at C. I. A. Denton. Mr. and Mrs. Jack West went to Dallas Friday; they went by Denton and Miss Mildred West accompanied them to Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Lem Grant and Mr. and Mrs. Peyton West attended church here Sunday. Misses Jean Smith and Dixie Dean of Detroit were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Maryin Grant. Mrs. Dawson and children from Sherry spent Friday with her sister Mrs. Arthur Nance. Miss Lewis Nance came home with them after having spent the previ- ous week at herry. Mr. Lewis Weaver was up ...

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

* PAOI FOUR THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, I9j5 s I1D RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Immr Publishing Company, Inc. Pvblitheri Three Charming Gifts Entered at Second Clan Matter March, 3. 1879. A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager Dolls and Doll Carts are cheaper at Walker-Grant's. BIO MEN NEKDKD ON HIGHWAY BOARD (An Editorial) The resignation of Chairman Lan- bam and Commissioner Burkett of tbe Highway Department, tendered and accepted Monday afternoon does not mean a settlement of the high- way situation by any means. They merely mean the clearing of the atmosphere for the time being and open the way to a complete reorgan- isation and a oatisfactory handling of the highway problem. There are several things the situ- ation requires. First, public confi- dence in the handling of the High- way Departmont must be restored Immediately. That confidence can best be restored by the type of men ■elected to fill these vacancies. The •election is up to Governor Fergu- son and for the sake of...

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

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW paob ma (1 U M*MJ 'M " M ' 1M nm III M I l|l III film l p M lllli Ilium ftyl© SIk@p —Come in and see the New Hats in Beau- tiful bright Silks, Satins and Metals with touches of straw. These are dear little close-fitting hats that are becom- ing and very smart looking. * —A late shipment has brought beautiful flower trimmed felts in the new high shades. —Our Embroidery department is full of lovely things and you have time to make beautiful gifts. —Have you made a hooked rug? try the new needles. VISIT OUR GIFT SHOP. "A l.ittle Hit of Tomorroxv in the Styles of Today." .... I" Mosdames Prank Cavender, Smith Guest and Mian Polly Lyle of Detroit! wore Kuesta of frlenda in Clarksville j on Monday. * * I Miss Edith Durrum left today for, Denton and Dallas where 8he will upend several days. • • Mrs. Cecil Weaver, formerly of the Specialty Dry Goods Shoppe, Is now connected with the Pollock Dry Goods Company where she will appreciate a ca...

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

- ——* 1 ■ H*f r- , r\ I Ji K v m MOB SIX THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4. 1925 COOPERATE WITH YOUR HOME PAPER The Eau Claire (Wis.) Leader • Mrs: "A mistaken idea with some people ia that the newspaper is an Individual proposition. If they don't like the editor they feel that they nut knock the paper and Htand In the way of its success whenever pos- sible. They-do not realize that the local paper Is just as much a part of the community r* the schools, churches or anything else. The newspaper Is different from any other business, it ia a community affair. Jt is for ser- vice to the people and not individual You may not like the editor and the editor may not love you any too well—but the paper is not responsi- ble. does just as much for you as the service rendered others. There is nothing personal with it; it is here for a purpose and that purpose is to do what good it can in every way and the greater the support of those It undertakes to qerve, the better the service I...

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

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAGE SBVmr ■M|im w >n M > • *"** " "''iiiii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiniiiiiiiiimiiimiiiininiiiniHiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiTiinliiiiiiiiihm iiiiiinmiiiiliiiiiiiiiHliriiliWIiil iiiiiiiiiiiiin m iiiimimm iihi|iihiiiiii H.iiniHinniiimiiniinanimmumi in iiiiihiiihiihii mi The Business of the SpetialtiiQgzij Shoppe Will Be Discontinued iri Clarksville Mrs. Hooks states that on account of her health she is unable to do the work that is re- quired and will be forced to retire. F. H. Anderson & Co. of Bonham will take charge of the stock and fitures. The stock of goods will be closed out in Clarksville. A three weeks selling campaign will begin at once in order to close the stock out The fixtures and remaining portion of the stock will be moved to Bonham after that time As a buyer Mrs. Hooks used wonderful judgment, her taste for quality and style is un- usual, her stock of merchandise is one of the choicest to be found. As a rule mo...

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

V? St- k. hi > 4 St V - I, % f f j gig • &'•' , '' f «:;• XV I VT* 3fi I HOHT top THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY. DECEMBER 4. 1925 if '' Remember, in choosing "The Gift" for Her, that her favorite candies will be found at JIM'S : wfc* •tons ■■ i —Best package candies made. >, Philadelphia and John- waukee, -Watch our Christmas windows and don't buy 'till you have seen these attractive packages in one, two, three and five pound boxes. Confectioners' Co. Sandwiches, Cold and Hot Drinks, Chili. U'>" i ImT!k®Tig®ir'sC&f Conducted by the Student Body of til* CLARKSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL Editor-in-Chief Doris Cliambles Associate Editors— Addle Soward, .Tr Joke and Poetry Ed. Le Roy Terry Art Editor Aden Petty SOLILOQUY OP THE SEMICOLEN. Clovla Graves, Jr. Cecil Owen, Otis Hocker, Jr. Athletic Editors Judge Bagiey Alma Harrington ported for the coming season for the croquet team by Coach Ernest Sut- ton Collins. Enough men have re- ported for practice to make up two squads,...

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

I T :{T -v ■ austin, texaf .-J uWere^y .<«•! .8 fltfllMaoatl .TA« «TJT „ .•• _ Kr/ l^B 8rff* waivax ytwjgd <r>i iht ■* y -wswjja-U1 ■ - ..'.■■"I.iwiu.. .. —'r '- "*•■■ a ! fl | ifl Z1 I 3 I f) 1 ir\ ti)/¥ ),-!) ,i'j ntn/) l>!n« '•■tot (. •;!iu'>riiTi •<; oj tnmnl *.,!<# oil* | WHIVM8 yTVUIOS KSVIfll OHS" I .HA . ■'' .a a. m ■ 'A"' iii ii' ' (i m i <> ^ a. ^ ^.. VOLUME V NUMBER 50 CLARKSVILLE, TV" \S, Tl'KSDAV. I) EC 10 MBER 8, 1 H25 I'UHUSHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY fir rr>N Why feed three fires— —when one will heat the whole home? WHY carry coal into three rooms? Why empty ashes from three stoves? Why? When the Sunbeam Cabinet Heater will replace your stoves and heat your entire home, upstairs and down. Why? When it will reduce your fuel bills arid add another hand- some piece of furniture to the living-room or dining-room. Unlike a stove, the Sunbeam heats / the home through rhe circulation of moist warm air into every part of every room. It burns coal and...

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

RIVES COUNTY REVIBW PnuniNO COMfANY, Inc. PubHakiri Mnttrti at Steond CI— Matter Mureh, 8. 187ft A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manage Cabin Destroyed By Fire Monday BXPLOSION OF OIL STOVE RE- SULTS IN COMPLETE DE- STRUCTION OF CABIN. A negro cabin In the rear of the, W. T. Gibbons home on West Wash- ington avenue, was laid waste by ftre late Monday afternoon when an oil store upon which the evening meal was being prepared exploded And spread fire to all parts of the building. The alarm was turned in at about five thirty in the afternoon but the flames bad made such headway on the old and well seasoned timbers of the cabin that, despite the valiant •fforts of the fire department, the building was a total logs. Illlllilll 180S CITATION BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF 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 published in the County of Red River If there be a newspaper pu...

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

V'N TVESDAT, DECEMBER S, 1915 THH RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW i<r* i ■ ; I ¥■ e ss ■ . $ i, ■ if Mij Favorite Stories Bq IKUUi S. COBB One Detail Wat Misting On the historic afternoon when Jack Johnson fought Jim Jeffries In Nevada for the world's championship there was a baseball game at the old I'olo grounds. In the press stand, among others, sat SUI Mercer, the sporting writer, and Franklin 1*. Adams, the column conductor. For some reason or other, ringside bulletins were not be- ing received at the hall park. Natural- ly. the crowd wanted to know how the fight was going. Several hundred spectators, drawn by the fact that telegraph Instruments were clicking in the press stand, packed themselves solidly behind the wire netting in the hope of hearing tidings from Reno over the wire. Mer- cer and Adams got a joint Inspiration, They pretended to be taking a ringside description off one of the Instruments. First one would chant off a purely imaginary account of a round, and then the ot...

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

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, DECEMBER S. 1911 I - ONLY 18 MORE SHOPPING DAYS UNTIL CHRISTMAS In your search for useful gifts for HIM and for HER don't overlook „ our big line of Holiday Gift Goods. MAKE YOUR SELECTION NOW! Toilet Articles Perfumes Toilet Sets Mirrors Safety Razors Fountain Pens Smoking Sets Novelties Hundreds of practical and useful gifts will be found in our store. B —At— UTCHER DRUG COMPAN "That Good Drug Store'1 Y Lady Astor was refused permis- sion to broadcast a speech before the W. C. T. U. on the ground that prohibition was too controversial for broadcasting. The debtor in India is so honest that ho pays not only his own debts but also those of his father, brother, and other relatives. On September 23, 1880, when Washington's Monument was under construction at 160 feet, a cat jump- ed from the top without being kil- led, and aB a result 1b now stuffed and in the Smithsonian Institution museum. Herbert Spencer said that "to save tten from the consequen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 8 December 1925

I M k _|fll I®"-. r fe'-;! tl fe I III n I l^r ir TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, lilt THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW luu Tk® -Hats on sale at half price—just what you have been waiting for—Match up your Winter Wardrobe with several at these prices. Everyday is BARGAIN DAY here for our pri- ces are backed up by Style and Quality unsurpassed anywhere. -Come in and see. 'A Little Bit of Tomorrow in the Styles of Today.* li«trt«wli i>wnWiiii'i'|li"nli iffni,iiinn 'iiwWIWIWIWW IV.V.V.V.V..V1--V1-"- - HE IS NOTHING BUT A LITTLE BOY father sometimes forgets that he cannot reasonably expect as much from the little fellow as from a grown man. fa Clairk§^ill@ Mrs. Fryar Entertains. Mrs. Sam Fryar delightfully en- tertained a number of friends on Saturday afternoon at which time forty-two was the diversion. A profusion of lovely roses and chry- senthemums were used in decorat- ing. After several interesting xgames the hostess was assisted in serving delicious refreshments by Mesdames Ballard, Dinwiddle ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 8 December 1925

M' . E$; i PAGE FOUR THE.BEP^V^^OUNIV.aSVIBW,..., CLEAN-UP THE SALE YOU HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR Every Man's, Younjr Man's, and Boy's Suit and Overcoat in our Entire rtock will be placcd on sale during this GREAT CLEANUP SALE, It is the custom of this store to clean up every suit and overcoat each ' 7 J j season, thereby enabling us to buy and show new and fresli merchandise j V ; N each season. '■A0// cA The Style, the Cut, the.Price, may win a reputation for a store, but it takes QUALITY ^ v to hold it, and you know the ROSENFIELD quality. if '-• f ji Come ear!y, select your suit and overcoa. from the hundreds of patterns in the newest • o shades of Powder Blue, Venice Blue, French Gray and WoocTand Brown. '{ The clothes offered in this sale are the products of America's foremost clothes makers. v . , 0 A Kuppenheimer Good Clothes Clothcraft Good Clothes Buy Clothes with a Reputation from a store with a reputation. THE FOLLOWING REDUCTIONS WILL PREVAIL All $18 suits and overcoats $12...

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

AUSTIN, Tex AS ;*Jf ,ity ol teia * t Wieb Wixxtvt VOLUME V—NUMBER 67 CLARK8VILLE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND PRI DAY ^SOIL IMPROVEMENT MEETING OPENS—IS WELL ATTENDED For Her Christinas —A CHEST OF SILVER. —-Nothing will add to her Christina* more than n complete line of table nervine—including all the odd bits so necessary to correct service these days. —Special Chests and Utility Trays nicely arranged in 20 and SO piece assortments are offered at our store in six pretty patterns riom the lines of COMMUNITY PLATE, TUDOR PLATE and 1847 ROGERS HROS. $ia to $: j.oo —Also, all the single pieces, each packed in individual gift packages. $1.00 to $7.50 —Too, recently adde^ to our stock; ♦he BRANDON pattern in Interna* tional STERLING. Complete chest or individual pieces. US FARMERS FROM ALL SECTIONS OF THE COUNTY GATHER IN MISSION THEATRE. U J. It A f t)/e c?ftaiv6k&fatrfaxrne M Member Retail Merchant* Aesociation With approximately 100 farmers and planters...

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

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

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11. 1926 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIFW PAGE frtREE • • GIGANTIC CLOSING NOW GOING ON AT FULL BLAST!! Don't be misled folks—The Famous is going out of business. This is a genuine Closing Out Sale. Every item in our en- tire stock must be sold by January 15th., 1926. Already low prices are cut still deeper on our entire stock of Dry Goods, Ladies Ready-to-Wear, Men's and Boys Clothing and Furnishings, Hosiery, Etc. Never Again will you be offered such wonderful values. We are determined to sell this stock out by JANUARY 15th, as we are positively discontinuing this store. This is an opportunity of a life time to buy good merchandise at less than regular wholesale prices. Don't take our word for it—Come SEE for yourself and be convinced. HEAVY QUALITY OUTING 25c Seller—Going Out of Business Price 12k WOMEN'S RIBBED VESTS and PANTS Our 75c Value—For this jk Closing Out Sale MEN'S RIBBED UNION SUITS Reduced from §1.25 to Close Out During this Sale 89c WOMEN'S TAILORED COAT...

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

p ✓ i f • • rioi pour FRIDAY, DECEMBER ||. Ij25 THR RED RIVFR COUNTY REV1FW RIVEK COUNTY REVIEW Pobubhino Company, Inc. Publitkeri Mnttrtd at Second Clan Matter March, 3. 1879. A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager fh€ MICHEL CABLET TWO DIFFERENT MORNINGS The "about town " editor of the Palestine Herald is evidently a man Ot moods, whatever that is, us the following taken from his columns in tbe paper would indicate; A day : Up at 6:30. Sit down on the side of the bed for a few minutes put on your left sock; yawn; put on your right sock; yawn; left shoe; right shoe;atand up; finish dressing look out window; give deep sigh; go to breakfast; frown at the toast; frown at coffee; coffee extra bad; put on hat and go to work; side, in—not; resent the job; grouch at the force; scowl at customers and callers; stop for lunch; go back to work; quit at 6; go home; eat din- Mr; bad taste In mouth; read a lit- tle old paper; nothing in the dern thing; yawn; kick off right shoe; left one; undress and t...

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

• § FRIDAY. DECEMBER 11. 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAGE FIVE • • • •1 • • • k • The Style Shop Dollar Hat Sale SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12th Doors Open at 9 O'CLOCK This is vour chance j Not more than two hats to a customer lini QsyrkOTlkS@diefty Mrs. Smith Sims Honored Honoring Mrs. Joel Smith Sims, a recent bride, Mrs. M. L. Sims very delightfully entertained a number of friends on Monday afternoon at her home on West Main, at which time bridge was the diversion. Many beautiful chrysanthemums, roses and carnations were effect- ively arranged throughout the re- ception suite. At the completion of the games Mrs. E. C. O'Neill was awarded high score prize, which was a dainty French duster. Mrs. Gordon Wooley was consoled with a lovely hand embroidered vanity set. The honoree was remembered with an exquisite luncheon set which was also hand embroidered. The hostess was assisted in serv- ing a delicious luncheon by Mqs- dames John McAnear, Estelle O'Neill, Raymond Mlesch and Miss Winn...

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

£±9t SIX THE RHP RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY. DECEMBER 11, 1935 1 fa Tlk@Tng@irps Cage Conducted by the Student Body of t he CLARKSV1LLE HIGH SCHOOL Editor-in-Chief Aeeoelate Editors— Addle Soward, Clovis Graves, Jr. Cecil Owen. Otis Hocker, Jr. Doris Chamblev Athletic Editors Judge Bagley Alma Harrington Joke and Poetry Ed. Le Roy Terry Art Editor Aden Petty H0NQR8 FOR THE SENIOR CLASH CONFERRED The average of the grades of Melvln Marx, Martha Lennox and Avoaelle Wagner were compared Monday afternoon and as a result Melvln Marx was proven the vale* dlctodan with Martha Lennox run- ning Second, a little over a point behind, and Avonelle Wagner's av- erage was about as much behind Martha's. The probable reason for the gaeftter difference In the grades is "because the class is so small. The clast has made a record of being one! of the best in High school sti^pe a greater majority of its feMntora have made an "A" average than any other. This cliiaa Is the first to graduate at mid- term ...

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

FRIDAY, DSCEMQER 11, 1926 THR RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAoajwvar Chic Boutonnieres If fj HP $ Wm M I Madam Mode considers It almost a misdemeanor to appear on the street ■without a bright flower of some kind jtlnned to the coat or fur nei kplece, and above are pictured six good ron- tons for this pretty fad. Valley lilies, carnations, gardenias, roses and other blossoms, from the milliner's, are used with millinery foliage or preserved fern, and mounted on stems wound with tinfoil. Sometimes they are scented, and they make charming j gifts. Back Lame and Achy ■The Advice of Tills Clarksville Res- ident Should Help You to (Jet Well. Do you aufer nagging bafkarhe? . Feel dizzy, nervous and depress- ed? Are the kidney secretions irreg- ular; breaking your rest? Likely your kidneys are at fault. Weak kidneys give warning. You have backache; rheumatic twinges. You feel weak, tired, all worn-out. Heed the warning. Don't delay! Use Doan's PI113—a stimulant di- uretic to the kidneys. Your ne...

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

$ I, js&v'* i Pc ■on* THE REP RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, DK9MBIK tl, 1 6 e< I\ Y Have Tires Gone Up?.... You Bet Thev Have! -But don't forget you i can have those blow outs, rim cuts, snags an?l«uta H iVULCANIZED W ..IV as good as new on either Balloon or high pressure tires. Don't let anyone fix your tires or tubes just because they appear to be easy to repair—bring them to us and have them PROPERLY VULCANIZED. We trade for your old tires on new ones. CONERLY'S GARAGE Clam L@teir; v! i' & Santa Claus is reading the letters to him that will be printed here every week write jours now Oanta Claus is * paid-in-advance eubecriber tothe Review and is anx- ious to read what the Children of Clarksville and Red River County have to aay io their letters to him. He has sent a "Santa-Gram" to this paper sUt'tfng that he would like to bavf the£,boys and girls send their lettdfs to' thet Review office to be published in this paper as that will Mve-wany dollars in postage. ■ .This is ...

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