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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 December 1925

. Steii Sltuer fitomfy Strufeui s -1,1 VOLUME V—NUMBER 60. CLARKSVIkLE, TEXAS. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1926. PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY FARMERS AND MERCHANTS MEET IN CLARKSVILLE JANUARY 14,1926 FARMERS AND BUSINESS MEN FROM BOWIE. RED RIVER, LAMAR. FANNIN, AND DELTA COUNTIES TO DISCUSS STAPLE COTTON. A meeting has been called by the l^rlouB commercial club secretaries of towns in the counties of Bowie, Red River, Lamar. Fannin and Del- ta for Thursday. January 14, 1926 to discuss the cotton staple situation and Secretary Egbert Thompson, of the Clarksville Chamber of Com- merce is very anxious that the farm- ers and business men of the Clarks- ville trade territory attend this meet- ing, and he is expecting a good rep- resentation from other counties. Mr. Thompson stated that this move was one that bad been under consideration by the commercial bod- ies for some time and will be known as a district looking to the better- ment of the soil and the raising of a uniform grade of cotton....

Publication Title: Red River County Review
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 December 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY. DBGKMBBR II, i 25 KV -i CHRISTMAS MEATS —The Christmas meal won't be complete without the choicest meats which we carry in stock at all times. —Steaks, Roasts, Country Sausage, Back- bone, Spareribs, and many other tasty meats of the highest quality. City Market Phone Your Order to 98 UH 10. we are twins. Iran*, u« t, William H. m I, Rom Stella,, age I. W live on the tarn near Mad- ras store. Santa please don't forget as. . Tour friends: Cora. Dora, Irene, Rosa 8tella. W. H. Slate. aumfc® Avery, Texas, December II, 1915. Dear Santa Claus: Please bring me a big walking and talking doll, her clothes, a trunk to put them in, a bed, stove and com* •let* set of furniture tor Dolly. Mr. Santa if yon can't bring these things bring what yon can, I'll be gald of anything you bring. Be sure to bring s^mt nuts, candy, fruits, etc. Bertha Relelgh. i a ■ n I Avery, Texas, December II, HIS. Dear Santa Clans: 1 I am writing to tell you what I want for Christmas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 December 1925

Tvasaur. omaiw TH£«fiD AIV6R COUNTY *£VtEW pumnmij* 4 Henrietta N<sw$ Thl* community «u vlaitad by a Ms rain Sunday ud wu followed by m norther. Health of thla community la vary tood at the preaent. George Duncon aad Hartaqn Moore were ClarkavtUe vlaltora Thuraday. Jamea Moore aad wife were Avery ▼iaitora Saturday night aad Sunday. • Brother Noiaway preached at the ethodlpt church Sunday. Brother Oraut will fill hia regular appolntmeat here Sunday. J. L. Moore 1b building a pew realdence on hia place. J. R. Montgomery, of Fannin county, 4a visiting his sister, Mrs. Clark and family. Geo. Smith and family visited Jack Brown and family Saturday night. Charlie Aikln and family visited In this community Monday night. Charley Downs spent Sunday with Bill Goff and family. Miss Clara Lambert, of Pin Springs spent Sunday with Mrs. McCune Jackson. A Willie Phelps, of the Marsh farm, Tipent Sunday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin George. Dave Chapman and wife spent Sunday night wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 December 1925

mr *• a I « I tWAqnnm. .The .red river county review TUB8DAY, DECEMBER It, j tj HVB COUMTT Cleas Matter itmrek, & 1S7* Dudley Look u4 fruk White Editor* tad publisher* i By Dud mad Freak tka auw that hollar* tki loudest about the other fellow stopping oa • Mi-Cow to generally the follow that to maklag tho least oftort to Mt of hto path. P* i m m m i Bomo men will ataad la their own H0M aad "boeT' about business con while tho follow la tho other tuwm to putting hto proposition up to tho buying public la cold type- Mi getting the buiauaaa.too. Speaking of bard luek, what about the moonahlner la Hurt bad the $0 foot tuaael under feto house aad garage aad a good mmir of "spirits" la stock, getting raided Just before Christmas. rraak White aad Dadler Look are aow puMishere of the Clarksville Bevtow, A. T. Brlee having resigned (hto position. Freak White to well kaowa la Garland. hating been fore- MS of the Naws several years sgo. —Oarlaad Mews. A. T. Bryee, editor aad manager ot th« ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 December 1925

4 8 ■ B pi* -4 TUBBDAY. DECEMBER 22, 1946. THE REP RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PACK Fivp □a This store is so crowded with good gift suggestions that we will not attempt to list them here. But we do know that if you will take the time to come down here shopping that you will be well pleased with the displays we have pre- pared for your approval. And When You Are Ready to Pack Gifts —Here's Boxes Aplenty Any gift will be much more presenta- ble if properly wrapped. You will find everything needed for packing here— reasonably priced, too. 7he Style Shop "A Little Bit of Tomorrow in the Style* of Today" S Mrs. J. C. Russell left for Abilene to spend the holidays. Miss Mary Heston Is her efrom Denton for the holidays. John Hammond of Paris was the week-end guest of Qrant Walker. Mesdames Ballard Dinwiddle and Hooper Stiles were week-end visit- ors in Dallas. County Ssehool Superintendent C. T. Tucker was in Avery on busi- ness Monday. Miss Vila Blrown, teacher of the Mt. Livingston school was in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 December 1925

htff': 9 TUJB8DJLT. DIC1MBIR It. till. i- * .r^ V .. Bit-' 1 ;■ W" a'■ Ik <■ * it- fciV.,v F "• i flfr THBRBDRI to Mui Atfa* «tt* |p iii «M at reduced Mt«s rtM ■ «yiir mlw cm throufh with j. uwmow wr wpmmm in mm or mu « Um Sheriff or Mr 0—trtH •r M Kim Oouaty—Greeting: Tea arc Iterator Ooamaaded. That m naaoi hr mahla* pabtlcatloa «| thli Ottatloa la aone newapaper pphUahod la the Ooaatr of Rod W there ho a newapaper pub- thereto, hat i( not, thea la aareet Ooaatr whore a aewa- la pahllahed one la eoch week far (oar eoaaeeatlve woeka prevloua to the return dar hereof. Otla Carl- aeea, whoee reeldence la unknown, ta ho and appear before the Hon Die- Met Court, at the next regular term (fearaot to be holden in the county U Red River on the 4th day of Jan- uary A. D. Ilt8 at the Court House tSereof in Clarhavllle Texas, then a*d thore to answer a petition filed la said Court on the 14th day of November,' A. 0. 1926 in a suit num bared on the docket of said Court No. 14389 wherein Ra...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 December 1925

TUESDAY, BBCBMBHUlt, 1111. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW ^T5i?Kni5C Nettle Uawler, who bad the viable reputation of being the only woman hurglnr In Kausaa City, made burglarlng quite h protltiihle bualneaa —until slit* was caught. One night alio •tole senile clothes from the residence of Ura. Fannie Karr of that cltjr. Some time after the clothes were stolen Mrs. Farr was visiting at the home of her anther when a woman culled at the house and tried to sell her some clothing. "This dreas will Just tit you." fhe said. "The bust and wuist measurements are Just right. Vou are Just the proper height to wear them nicely." "Wliat kind of a dress Is It?" in- quired Mrs. Farr. all at once becoming Interested. "It's a taffeta silk with a lace collar and Insertion of narrow Vnl—" began the woman, when Mrs. Farr seized her by the arm, Interrupting her, "I'll take It," she said. "Let's go and see it at once." As the two were going toward the house where the dress was alleged to be stored they met ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 December 1925

t fapr> ,vVr i- ;Vi'T, v 'M ■" r •. F ■ ■ i I. fSr?; '" ■ i' if?, :;: Hv; mU f- vu*v I i" J- i - %y ft' %• $ y$i*[ •' I I . i S&. I ir-: i fcv ■ < W> i-r:' iti'v1" ®v if MPPkj' V "■ i Cv i v ■' Cleaners Join BOWMAN OFFER THK1R NT TO SCHOOL CHILDREN FOR ONE WEEK. Through the efforts of the Mas- ter Cleaners and Dyers of America, one week has been set aside for School Children's Clothes Cleaning week throughout the Uulted States and the date is from Monday, De 28 to Saturday Jan. 2, and all scbooi children of Red River county can get their clothes thoroughly cleaned und pressed at this time for just what it coatf to do the Job. Mr. Bowman, in an interview with a Review reporter, stated that the Master Cleaners and Dyers were bending every effort possible to put this move over big as they felt that It would be a great help toward the elimination of a great deal of the sickness that originates in the school rooms of the schools of the United States, pointing out that It was...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 December 1925

TUESDAY* 11. Ifll. theimutivm mjtmuMmu mt* Could Cover Ground Any one who baa Men a beer walk knows how slowly he seems to note, end his run Is a shuffling, lumbering gait thst 1s comical to wttnesa, unless 1m happens to be running after you. Bat a bear moves pretty fast, not- withstanding appearances, and the trlEsely, which looks to be clumsier than tlie brown or the black bear, can cover ground faster than the average horde. A western sheep rancher was riding In the foothills when he sow a big, awkward allvertlp. He hud a rifle, but was not certain he could kill the bear at one shot und knew that he would get Into trouble If he missed. So he gave a regular cowboy yell, and the bear started away in alarm. The mun gave chase, at the same time keeping up the piercing yell, and he soon noticed that the grizzly wax getting farther away. He coiitlnued the chase for nearly two miles, until the bear disappeared In the moun- tains, and he had not gained u foot. In going back over the trai...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 December 1925

w Ste f sk m i p. I Just Three More Days Till Christmas Visit our store and look over our large stock of gift goods and you will quickly decide just what to give every member of the family. Men's Clothing and Furnishings, La- dies Ready-to-Wear, Hats, Shoes, Piece Goods, in fact everything in the way of wearing apparel for the entire family. J. E. So. Side Square Dorsey Clarksville, Tex. THE RED RIVER COUNTY. REVIEW Varying TufeatftY. bMMiant ii. nit. Sound Advice Given by Ancient Writert The old sanitary laws devised by ttii Hebrew* must be recognised by hygt THE OLD HOME TOWN PAPER And doln's, through the state— To nie they ain't comparln' Though I look the world aroun' To the newsy little paper From the old home town. Talk about your literature And papers up-to-date, enlc experts, as based on sound an< About the legislature scientific modern concepts, accord!nj to Dr. Otto Bauer, physician at Jena who writes in a German popular uied leal journal, Pierre Van Paassen com meats, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 December 1925

V X .y« ■ - With IBxwt (Kmmly WLmxtui I VOLUME V—NUMBER 61 CLARKSVILLB, TEXAS, FRIDAY. DECEMBER 25. 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRI DAY mmsm vssmmssb^wt 1$, r%-wM&h SSSte j'li m WW BS a M' erino fcdelma*v^-~ a: wi WI. /! IT OF CHRISTMAS! Today I rule over the world as no king or ever ruled. I hold gifts in my arms that no ruler eveThelcfaftd4-scatterjthem with a lavish hand. I am loved by my subjects with ve that has no hint of fear, for they feel that I SiTJg ".'YI'.. va\ J ■&? y ." /£S! m, m br num ■t': u4M <S> .-X' .. in ?• .v x4 * ** king fortheir happiness. ITHmy magiciiand I heal the hurts in many ;arts. I :e men unhappy. I hearts l pluck out by the r9ots the resent- x ' ancors that maki nderstanding to hearts that know ty way I shatter seeds of faith, of hope, spring up and bear fruit after the :steps shall be heard. I leave be- smories to enrich and gladden, td rnake men more happy. touch I create new friendships—I ii those that We already formed and re dear and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 December 1925

MR THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY. DECEMBER IS, 19!B <U6D MVEB COUNTY REVIEW tofflvw Pvblishino Company, Ine. Pvbhaktra SnUrtd M Sseond Clou MatUr ■ Mirth, 8, 187ft R. Dudley Look and Frank White Editors and publishers By Dud and Frank CHARITY BEGINS AT HOME R. R. Medford Seeks .. Tax Collector Post REVIEW RECEIVES FIRHT POLI- TICAL ANNOUNCEMENT THIH WEEK. The political bee has been buzzing about quite a bit in Red River county of late and a Review reporter, trailed down one of the rumors this week and after a conversation with R. L. In another part of this paper will Medford, chief clerk in the tax col- be' f6Und a few Santa Claus letters jletitora office for the past three years Vhfch arrived at our office too late . learned that he was really going to fdt* publication Tuesday and rather 'thAh disappoint the little fellows we li&vtt printed them today. 'EVen a casual glance at the con* tents of these will convince the most make the race, «nd here 1b his state- ment la p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 December 1925

I FRIDAY, DECEMBER IS, 1615 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW • • The Spirit of Christmas The spirit of Christmas prompts us to express to you appreciation of our pleasant business relations during the past year and to wish you Good Health, an Abundance of Happiness, a Merry Christmas and Good Luck in the Mew Year. The Style Shop Tribe Claim* Descent w Directly From AJlam In the Mosul urea, between Turkey and Irak, the League of Nations' in- vestigating commission studied a sirange devil-worslilping people culled the Yedlzl, The rellgjon of tkese peo- ple Is extraordinary. 'From God, they believe, aiuanated seven spirits—the tlrst satun; the second, Jesus Christ. In their belief God created the world through satan and leased It to him for 10,(HK) years, 0,000 of which liuve elapsed. Their name ror sutan is Melek Taus, whom they worship in the form of u bronze peacock. They have a temple on whose walls are painted sun, moon, stars and a great bluck ser- pent. There every year they sucritlc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 December 1925

sri $ THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TH* NECESSITY OP FAILING ThU brief amy Is not written for faculty members; neither Is it writ- ten for sueb gifted geniuses as make tbe honor roll; nor for the book- worm who delights in deep research; but is an essay on failing, by a fail- ure, for failures. In discussing the necessity of fall- ing I will attempt to explain; firBt, why falling is necessary to the best interest of a school; and second, how the failing atudent< in benefitted by failing if ids wort£ In a $cent ]#ctorfe$efore a com- pany of.1 Nat io'naf guardsmen, the captain &ld:* * "The best interests of the compa- ny demand that men be occasionally punished by a court martial; for, as surely as too frequent and severe punishments will undermine the loyalty and affection that the men hold for their officers, so will a lax enforcement of discipline result in disobedience and lack of control over the subordinates. Thus the pun- ishment of offenders maintains the high standards o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 December 1925

THE TIGER'S CAGE Official Organ Student Body Clarksville High School a MM VOLUME I— CLARKSVILLE. TEXAS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 25, 1925 NUMBER 1 Minstrel Date Was Postponed MANAGER OF 8HOW WIRES MR. HURST THAT "SHOW IS TOO NEW".—NEEDS REHEARSAL Scheduled to show here Wednes- day night, the Swor Brothers Min- strels wired Manager Hurst of Helen's Play House early Wednes- day morning that he would advise him to cancel the engagement as the show was too new and would not run smooth. The show is owned by Jim and Albert Swor, Albert being the Bert Swer of Field's Minstrels fame, and has only been organized tor a few weeltB. It to composed of the south's greatest black face comedians and has drafted material from the best shows qq the road. The numbers are all sew and the management adyl|ie4 Nr- Huyst that be would not bp able to bring the show out un- iill It had had a great many more rebiearpals. t Iff thought that the show will play pur city at some date in the near future. TEACHERS TO SPEND...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 December 1925

0 ! • •p T« Dumbell Editor publishes the following letters addressed to good taint Nick with the sincere wish that they be answered to the satis- faction of the writers, and that all 4oslrea expressed in them be grati- fied. Dear Santa Claus: I am just a little boy that works hard and obeys orders promptly, and hope you will kindly br(ng me that big red wheelbarrow I want so bad If. Don't fail me. Love. It. M. White. ! am in the second grade. Bring me a gun, some apples and candy. 1 have two little brothers. Send them something. I think they want a gun. I also have a baby sister one year old.. Send her a doll and a bugle. Send them to route six iu care of Jim Roberts. THK LINOTYPE AND THK MONOTYPE MACHINE Dear Santa: Old man, don't forget that big shiny auto that winds up on the •tar-board side. And bring me a pop-gun, too, so I can play soldier. Your friend, Sam Humphreys Dear Santa Claus: Please leave a pair of roller skates In my stocking, when you come, and fire me an erector se...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 December 1925

MUSIC APPRECIATION IN RURAL COMMUNITIES retime I1all. "■srhteut H-ork_ |ur --old! | thor- i'CS i" d n. I" t any xi \n ($P H Is •§• The University of Minnesota is conducting a music memory coutest for children In rural schools. The aim of the contest is to foster teach lug of music appreciation among country children and to encourage the development of their taste for good music, both popular and clas- sic selections. Hural schools are expected to familiarize the chil- dren with a list of selections avail- able either through records for phonographs or performance on piano or other instrument. A "team" of three pupils selected to represent each school, will enter the final contest at the University. Selections will be played or suug without announcement of any kind taken, however, from the list orig- inally furnished to the schools, and the children will be expected to give the name of the selection and of the composer. In conducting this contest the University emphasizes the need fo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 December 1925

I • The-Tiger's Cage Conducted by the Student Body of the CLARKSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL Editor-in-Chief Associate Editors— Addle So ward, CJoris Graves, Jr. Cecil Owen, Otis Hocker, Jr. Doris Chambles Ye Dumbell Ed. Paul Steinlein. Athletic Editors Judge Bagley Alma Harrington Joke and Poetry a. Le Roy Terry Art Editor Aden Petty Mc<-Humphreys: Have you heard tjp latest? ttr. White:: No, what is it? Mr. Humphreys: It Isn't out yet. Park your chewing gum with me. X especially solicit your confidence. —R. M. White. Virginia Seay, attending South- western University 1b spending the holidays with her mother and sister. Page Keeton is visiting relatives during the Christmas holidays. He is a student of Texas University. GREETINGS It is our constant aim to in- crease and better our service to you. In our new quarters we are better and more ably fitted to do SO. First National Bank The Bank of Better Service" ■J' i/i >/}''• *!■ lV. f 1 l: $ I BUY A FORD FOR CHRISTMAS /■ |; we can make imme...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 December 1925

S> I • Unlveriltjr et VMM With WHwt fitomty SUmfeut VOLUME V—NUMBER 62 CLARKSVILLE. TkXAS. TUESDAY. DECEMBER 29. 1925. NUMBER 1 * Best Wishes for your 1926 Your Store of Complete Hardware Service yftanthfeft/ardware Wt ClARXSWUC rtXMS f/vsr W'w rt/£ -Ji/sr pvo "! ho j •J CAR WRECKED ON PARIS ROAD LATE THURSDAY While en route to Clarksville from Wichita Falls to spend the holidays with friends and relatives here, Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Hayd and family were slightly injured at a late hour Thursday afternoon when their car was struck from the rear and driven headlong into a ditch by a larger Automobile driven by Mrs. '"Louis Christtanson of Ft. Worth at a point about a mile beyond Bagwells. Though the Injuries to the parties was slight, all were badly shocked and the two children were thrown from the car into the ditch, rcelving deep flesh cuts. They were placed in Mrs. Harry Cunningham's car and rushed to Clarksville where mdical nid was given and the condition of the children was so ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 December 1925

• ■ i . k r THE RED RIVER &>UNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, l ;j S1VBS COUNTT REVIEW Cohpamv, tnc His Annual Stunt a« Smmmd Clam Matter Mmrek. «. 187# K~ Dudley Look and Frank White Editor* and publishers rOLim AKKOt M K.MK.VT. Tbf Rjrview is authorized to an- ■onnce the candidacy of the follow- ing persons for the office designated, •abject to the action of the voters la the Democratic Primary .Saturday, Jnly 24, 1926. JOHN H. DOOLEV R. L. MEDFORO OiUSSVILLi; MERCHANTS ARE GEXLitOlft I !Cherry hat. filed in the County Court ot Red River County, an application for glw piwbate of the last Will and Testasje* of said Albert H Cherry. Deceased. tiled with naid applica- tion. and for letter* Testamentary which will be bearo at the next terir of said Court. commencing on the Third Monday m January, A 1> icrc the same l*-;np the ISth day of January. A X> at the Court House tbereol. in ClarKSVtlle, Texah. at which time all jiersonh interested iii ks!(! Estate may appear and c...

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