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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 28 January 1926

ANNUAL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE BANQUET TO BE STAGED TONIGHT-THE PLATES ARE $1.00—BE THERE With WLxvev Cnnnfy Steufetu VOI.l'MK V—M MBKH «7 O.AItKNVIM.E, TEXAS, THl'IWDAV MOItMNC, JANI'AltY 588, 1020 HKtTiON a /WW^mWW^.VAVAVAW^.V.V.V.VAW.^V.mV.V.ViV.WWAWA'.V. * .■! 3 I % PROGRESS! THE PROSPERITY of a community is not measured by population, but by its civic and commercial progress. A handful of workers achieve more than a citv full of drones. Team work is what counts in everything. A prominent football coach recently said: "Give me a team of average ability who will work together, each with the other and all for the team and I will win over any team made up solely of individual stars." Individual ability makes great men-shining lights, but it is mass co-operation of energetic men of civic spirit, home pride and community enterprise that builds a town's progress and prosperity. Men of this community, be ye more than mere residents—be citizens. The shirker says: "Let George do it" The work...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 28 January 1926

PACE TWO—BBCTION TWO THE REP RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Thursday Morning. January 88. mg HIGHWAY SAFETY OONTMT Q1VKS TEACHERS. PUPILS ffl.SOO Washington, D. C., Jan. 25.— (special) Planning the solution of the traffic problem a generation ahead la the policy of the Highway Education Board, according to a statement here announcing the fifth national safety campaign open to all elementary schools of the country. The campaign includes an e Hay opntest for pupils and a lesson con- teat in which teachers In elementary schools are to compete. In these contests $6,500 Is given for the best essays and the best lessons. thejnd approxiraa,eiy 20,000 casualties, prizes the gifts of the National Automobile Chamber of Commerce, which cooperates with the Hoard in our economic syatem insofar as it pertains to transportation. A generation ahead is not too far to plan, in the opinion of many stu- dents of traffic conditions, who be- lieve there will be fe(wer traffic ac- cidents proportionally, In 1946 tha...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 28 January 1926

fl < • Thursday Morning, January 28, 1926 THE RED R1VBR COUNTY RHVIRW PAOE THREE—SECTION TWO | i • I ANNONA MOWS (Delayed) Dr. '.I. 11. Stiles of Clarksvllle, was in Aniionu on business Saturday. Mr. Iteese of the firm of Reese and Junes, 1'arlH, was in Annouu on business Friday. J. 11. Donley of Clarks?llle, was hero last week-end in tlie interest of liis nice for County Sheriff. H. P. Bradfield, printer, formerly of* tiiis place, is added to the force the Anuona News this week. Sam Giddcns left lust week for Commerce where ho will attend col- lege. M iss. Ronile Geary is aetively in- tonated in I he campaign of the Ited River County Review. She has been telling the people about the Review the past few days. The ladies of the Methodist \V. M S. mot in a regular meeting at the Methodist Church Monday after- noun. A good attendance was re- ported. The members of the Baptist W. M 1'. are planning a bazaar to be held Saturday afternoon, probably in the Russell building on the south ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 28 January 1926

m i- \ ? i PAOU rOUR—8BCTION TWO THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Thursday Morning, January 28, 192« | IIS. ROSALIE 57 BARS AGO AND AS IT IS TODAY An old subscriber. who has lived all her lite in the Rosalie commun- ity, and who asks that her name not be published, has favored the News with the following interesting tacts concerning the building up of that settlement. We have made a few rearrangements in the wording, but the story is as follows: 65 years ago my father moved in- to a little shack in the woods one mile east of where the village of Rosalie now stands. The deer roamed at will through the woods, the wolves could be heard howling every night, wild turkeys could be beard every morning in the spring, and the surroundings were very lonely. There were no schools, churches, or stores, nothing but, a wilderness. The first school waa taught by MIsb Eugenie Armstrong, in an old log house of two rooms. A family lived in one room and school waB conducted in the other. There were no seat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 4 February 1926

,,«r*T .t .«■ Sinter CJminty 2teutetti VOLl'ME V <'LARKSVll/LK, TEXAS. THURSDAY MOII.MMi, FEBRUARY 4. lIKSft Nl'MBKR OS TWO HUNDRED ATTEND ® ANNUAL C. of C. BANQUET " HELD THURSDAY; 20 NEW MEMBERS ADDED Sketched at Chamber of Commerce Banquet Presbyterian ladies prepare turkey feast for Clarksville citizens. Di- rectors elected for 1926. Paris in- vites Clarksville to Merchants and Farmers Institute. Secretary's re- port shows Chamber very active i in 1925. ! Paris speakers laud Clarksville's spirit of co-operation and accomplish- ments of last year. The accomplishments of the Clarksville Chamber of Commerce In 1!IL'5 were recounted before an audience | of nearly 200 Red River County citizens, many of' | whom were farmers, at the annual banquet held here last Thursday night. This year's banquet was pronounc- •il tlic greatest in several years because of interest | manifested by a number of people living some distance from Clarksville. 10very thought and expression of the several ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 4 February 1926

PAGE TWO THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Thursday Morning. Peb. 4. 19S« ■ bop Awknl© Wittk IP@ggj Patsy Dear: Can you realize that February is already here, and that Spring, gala time of the year is such a short time away? Doesn't It make you have the least little feeling of joy and happi- ness when you think about i.t? It does me, for the shops are simply loaded with lovely things for glad, spring days. It seems that I found a larger as- sortment of lovlier things this week, but 1 suppose that that Is becauso tbe merchants are at market buying new spring merchandise, and that part of it is arriving daily. Jane shopped with me this week. We have so many good times togeth- er, but of course no one will ever take your place PatBy, dear. She had on such a darling little tailored frock—Just the very thing for the early spring days. It came from the Style Shop, but then I almost knew it did for they have such ador- able things. They have a host of new Spring models, and two or three of them ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 4 February 1926

Thursday Morning, Peb. 4, 1926 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAGE THRESH PROMPTLY ON THE STROKE OF Saturday Night, February 6th THE BIG CREDIT SCHEDULE WILL BE REDUCED The very biggest and best offer of extra credits—50,000 extra credits for each and every club of $10.00 turned in, in subscription or advertising card sales, comes to an end on the minute of 9 o'clock Saturday night Time to Deduc t Down Go Credits at 9 o'Clock Saturday! On Your Toes! This is the very last call for the clubs of | 50,000 Extra Credits H ' on each and every $10.00 in subscriptions and advertis- g ing cards turned in. i| Those Club Members in the Salesmanship Club office at 1 that hour will be waited on and permitted to turn in their g subscription and advertising card sale collections. I Rf TT N° one will be allowed to enter the office B ^ after that hour to take advantage of the 50,- § 000 Extra Credit Offer. 1 Club members residing outside of the city of Clarksville, s making last minute reports can do s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 4 February 1926

n r If i; I WAam rovw THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Thursday Moraine. Feb. 4. ilt, f r> RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Publishing Company, /w PiMimktrt Entered at Second Clan Matter March, 3. 1879. B. Dudley Look and Frank White Editors and publishers «APF®L ' By DUD LOOK Some Are Dud's Some Are Not High atmosphere is beneficial to tbe lungs but our owe ozone is al- jBMt high enough to warrant our absconding. AST A Texas' wealth increased $183,- 326,268 in 1925. Bet most of that tire*. AST A Taint no use in gettin all het up erer this gas proposition, we won't feel it's warmth afore next winter •ayhow. AST A Some folks just have to brag About their benevolence. Look at the fuss Paris is making over giving •way an "old gray mare." A3TA A feller told us the other day that ovr paper was getting better and better and we was figuring that the thing that don't get better and better "ain't no 'count nohow." AST A We had a swell idea tbe other day on unburdening ourselves of our Xmas debts but the ba...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 4 February 1926

Thursday Morning, Peb. 4, 1928 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAGE Piva ®jt m • • N @w S>p™ Every mail, every express — brings new bats, dresses, and coats. Almost every conceivable shape and color will be represented in the styles for spring and summer, the prevailing shades for the early sea- son ares chartreuse, Sauterne, Mary blue, love bird, Boise de Rose, opal gray, and Rose Marie. Elizabeth crepes, in the one and two-piece effects, bewitching, shimmering materails cleverly designed in accordance with Dame Fashion's latest decree. Hosts of distinctive models for those desiring individuality in dress. 'A Little Bit of Tomorrow in tbe Styles of Today p " ■ ilnaCI&irlksml. Now Century Club Miss Bena Clark was hostess on Saturday afternoon to the members of the New Century Club. The members enjoyed a very in- teresting program on the study of famous Women of History. Mrs. Frank Marable read the lives of Ze- nobia. Catherine of Aragon, and Ann Boleyne. Mrs. A. M. Graves read th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 4 February 1926

PAGE SIX THE RHP RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Thursday Morning, Feb. 4, 1928 McClinton Furniture Co s New Funeral Coach SandaySdiool ' Lesson' (By rev. p. B F1TZWATBR. D.D., D«« it th. Evening School, Moody Blbl. atltul. of Chlcafo.) (O, 111*. Wem.m N«w pap.r Union.) Lesson for February 7 JE8U8 HEALS AND 8AVE8 A BLIND MAN LEBBON TEXT—John 9:1-41. GOLDEN TEXT—"1 am the light of the world, ha that followath Me nhall Hot walk In darknesa, but ahall have the light of life."—John S:12. PRIMARY TOPIC—The Blind Man Made to Bee. JUNIOR TOPIC—Jeaua Helpa a Blind Kan. INTERMEDIATE AND SENIOR TOP- IC—What JmuH Did for the Blind Man. YOUNG PEOPLE AND ADULT TOP- IC*—Jeaua Chrlat the Light of the World. I. Working the Works of God WHIlo It Is Day (vv. 1-5). 1. The Disdples' Problem (vv. 1, 2). In their minds all affliction, negative and positive, was God's retribution for Bin. Therefore, they argued that this nan's blindness proved his sin. They Mcognlaed, too, that the effect of sin !■ sometimes heredita...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 4 February 1926

Thursday llornlng, Feb. 4, 1929 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAOB SEVMf ACTIVITIES OF RED RIVER COUNTY C. OF C. FOR 1925 By Kjtlwrt Thompson The year 1925 has been very prosperous for Red River County, and I lie farmers, bankers and mer- chants toRether have enjoyed good crops and business. There are many factors pointing toward a prosperous year for 1925 but as Mr Hoover says we must use a temper optimism with a sprinkle of caution. The Chamber of Commerce has also had a successful year; we have not gone in leaps and bounds but have steadily kept on the watch for opportunities to do good for our citizenship. For the actual accom- plishments of the organization much credit is due our president. He has been on the alert at all times and has at times neglected his own business looking after the welfare of others. As you all know a Chamber of Commerce organization works for the future rather than the preseut, the Undertakings of the body may not be seen on the spur of the mo- ment but i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 4 February 1926

If - *?•! PA01 SIGHT THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Thursday Morning, Feb. 4. 1926 ,4 * . ; \ i ! i Alarm Clock Special for Friday and Saturday Limited Quantity Vte tylarabfcjyan/ware Wc • CtAfiMSWUf nxxs -(495 - /yasr with tht *rw -ji/sr pnoni mo , much," Mr. DeWeese said, "and I am aUo here to extend to the people of Clarksville and Red River County the cordial Invitation of the Paris Chamber of Commerce to attend the merchants and farm- ers institute to be held in Paris February 22 to 26. This meeting is for all North Texas and Paris is planning to take care of an im- mense crowd. FIR8T LAP OF BIG RACE ENDS SATURDAY, 0 P. M. (Continuedfrom first page) the 15th and the 18th of February. The Salesmanship Club campaign will not close until Saturday. Febru- ary 20th. At that time energetic club members will come Into pos- The Old Gray Mare jsession of the rich awards offered Band of Brownwood will be there, by the Salesmanship Club of the Red and formal ceremonies for the pre- River Cou...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 4 February 1926

Si with 2Uu£r County Simtew VOLUMK V—M'MliKIt 08 CLAKKSVIIjLK, TKXAH, THURSDAY MORNING, FKBRl'AltY 4, lUtifl WWWWWVWWdWWWWWWW I J pM?y M©5fSafi>8 & T'O th ff p WHEBh FmhKQ i p OWER is generated by energy and energy by the will "to do." Have you ever seen a heavy cart stuck fast in a rut of mud? The jaded horse unable to move it another ineh because of drooping spirit and lack of interest. A dozen onlookers—some merely waiting to see what is going to happen-others giving ad- vice and direction. But none of these will start the cart moving. Then from the crowd step out three or four "doers." They put their shoulders to the wheel lending both effort and example until others follow them. The thing begins to move—gains momentum as all things do when once out of a rut. And so, also, is it with civic progress—community movements, local enterprise—when "doers put their shoulders to the wheel." J. W. Allen & Bro. J. N. Athas Company J. C. Barton D. A. Bruton Barry Land Company D. ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 4 February 1926

)> I, ! I I * I I I I f 1 I i ! I I ! i t L-." I I ii Ft' FAOS TWO—SUCTION TWO THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Thursday Morning. Feb. 4, 1911 TILEPHONE OPERATORS SPEAK MANY LANGUAGES T«lephon« operators In the United States are not required to be able to •peak more than one language ex eept In 8an Francisco's Chinatown exchange. Ip many of the large cities of the Far East, however, where so many different languages and dialects are spoken, the tele- phone girls must be familiar with several different languages. When the problem came up a short time ago in Washington, D. C., of furnishing telephone service to the members of the Pan American Con gress, with 140 delegates speaking many different languages, telephone officials were in despair until in- quiry was made and it was learned just how much the local telephone operators did know. Among the group of girls employed, there were found several who spoke foreign languages, three of whom were able to handle ten languages. Miss Mar- gar...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 4 February 1926

t * Thursday Morning, Feb. 4, 1926 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAOR THnnn annTinw Twn "What Texas Makes—Makes Texas" Texas Industrial Week, March 22-27 At high noun on Monday, March 22, the sirens and whistles of ali Texas industries, railway and steam- ship lines, will blow for a period of five minutes ushering in Texas In- dustrial Week that is being staged by the Texas State Manufacturers Association with headquarters in Ran Antonio. "All Texas will sit up and wonder what it is all about as the sirens blow and our Texas news- water ports. Texas is an empire of 265,896 square miles with au acre- age of 170,173,440 acres, or we could give an acre of land to every man, woman, boy and girl in the it we expect Texas to expand along industrial lines and draw new in- dustries we must stand back of the industries that have been establish- ed. The luncheon clubs are to feature Texas Made Grown products, and the speakers will point out the many opportun- ities of all sections of Texas that...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 4 February 1926

f 1' PAQB FOUR—SECTION TWO Thursday Morning, Feb. 4, lftf THIS m WHY WB CALL THKM PUBLIC UTILITIES The gas companies of the United States pipe fuel to kitchens where it is instantly available and at a lower price than ctoal. The street railways of the country carry passengers for a price that is bejow that charged by any other public utility engaged in transport- ing passengers. The electric light and gas com- panies furnish the best illuminantu that man has ever discovered for a price so low that the entire public- can and does avail itself of both freely. The telephone systems of this country are the envy of all other countries. They are the best and the cheapest. The government-own- ed telephone monopolies in Europe are costly to the user in time, money and temper. s The telegraph and cable com- panies of the United States provide a maximum of service at a minimum cost. These publtc utilities have done much to make life pleasant for the average man. to expedite the tran- saction ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 11 February 1926

!S Sl^JTISxxxtt CCnunfy Stettfeui VOLUME V CI.AKKHVIUK, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY II, 1<MM Nl'MBKR 00 fft. • • m ladies Night, Rotary Club Banquet—Dance, Gala Event Boy Injured as Cars Collide OVER ONE HUNDRED K.N JOY HOSPITALITY OF CLARKS- VILLE ROT A HI A NH Over an hundred Rotarlans, Ro- tary Anns and guests gathered in the Moore building on East Broadway Tuesday night at the annual Ladies Night Ranquet and dance staged by j(he Clarksville Rotary Club com- plimenting their wives, sweethearts and friends. Comic valentines seal- ed in white envelopes and bearing the recipient's name served as place cards and unique souvenirs .consist- ing of noise-makers, balloons, miniature golf bags and clubs and other equally as unique and at- tractive were used as plate favors. The feast was prepared by the ladies of the Methodist Church and the enjoyment of it was considerably augmented by the light, festive mood in which the gala event plac- ed all those present. | An orchestra fro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 11 February 1926

"W ffl m, ' * Nf 4,' MM I—SBCTION I THfc RED RIVPR QX'NTY REVIEW Thurtdar Morning. Fsb II. ! t« MVIKO «W WOK AT TYI.VK OO^TMKRtVU. IXU.UW.f It |« universally understood that • school's success depend* upon tlu MMM ot tu students The tan Tyler Commercial College «' tba biggest business training sfhoc' cannot bi doubted they train wore yonng people, Ijp"". aa ckei m4 At Imu cost than any sehool Mi where St «M enroll from, swrywhere to take advantare ot the opportunities offered at T C O. , During 1*2*. T C C. offered lev-; tme <-up* to the hoy. or girl wfco | woald complete their course* with STRAIGHT THUS ATTENTION WITH ADNT EMMY; READERS ON HOW TO LEAVE AN ESTATE "IV* fo« know. Aunty," said Helea. aa tbe accepted a cop ot toa front Anns Emmy, "I foe.) terribly sorry for lira. Strong." "To*," agreed Ann: Rmmy, "tt wiM be hard for ber She is snch a do pendeat, helpless. llule thing." -OK I dont moan that," interrupt j S*« is thr time, if erer. «c jov,r favorite .t thi* wonderful rs...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 11 February 1926

Thursday Morning, Feb. 11, 1926 THE RED RIVF.R COUNTY REVIEW PACE 3— SECTION I • • I 1 ' ¥• I? il • • ^iHMiitmmimiiiiiiiiiiMiimiiawBiiisiiHiinMiii^HiiiffiiiMnaiffliiiiimwigmiiiiifliiiiiMiiiidiiHi Will you drive this home a week from Satur day nijrht? While the Iron is Hot Don't let this "Golden Opportunity Time" slip by without putting both feet forward and making every minute count for two. Now is the time when every subscription and advertising card sale counts four ways. Look at this wonderful array of awards—every one of them is worth striving for. Not one minute you put forth in this work is wasted effort, because you are guaranteed 20 per cent cash commission on all your new subscription sales under the rules and regulations of the Salesmanship Club. Remember this is Golden Opportunity Time IN THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW'S SALESMANSHIP CLUB Arranged to give every club member a chance to pile up the credits that will win for them one of the twelve wonderful awards. Everybody St...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 11 February 1926

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