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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 11 February 1926

•i Thursday Morning, Feb. 11, l(!l THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAOB 5—SECTION 1 iljfiniSTil iiiliiilm iliii ftl i iiinrH ■ • • —The Nicest Place in Town to Shop for Lovely Things— Alluring advance modes for Spring- In Coats, Suits and Dresses, Flat Crepe, Georgette, Roma and Elizabeth, Pastel shades, black and navy—si^es 14 to 46. Note that in dresses the sleeves are long, elaborate and quite full, and most models have the new high neck line. Some are smocked, others trimmed with dyed lace—still others gorgeous- ly embroidered. Skirts are full flare or tucked or pleated. Coats are of the lovely soft English tweeds or of tapestry tweeds. Sport Coats or Dressy Coats for any occasion. This season the collections are smarter and include a greater variety than ever. Come in and try them on—you are sure to find what you want, and they are priced from $10.75 to $35. "A Little Bit f Tomorrow in the Styles mt Today" nmmii. Presbyterian Missionary Society The ladies of the Presbyterian Missio...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 11 February 1926

sstiensi • • PAGE «—8KCTION 1 V ( IJ M I 4 S.' '!/ m t. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Thursday Morning, Feb. 11. l>f< Lone Star Lights Mr. and Mrs. Ed Barnett spent Sunday afternoon in the Henry home. Douce'Smith,of Slaton, is visiting relatives and friends here. Mrs. Jim Rateman, who has been quite 111 for several weeks, is im- proving at this writing. Her daugh- ter, Mrs. Claude Hayes, of Hall coun- ty, was again called to her bed-side last week. She was accompanied by her husband. We hope Mrs. Bate- man will soon recover. Mrs. Gill Jackson of this place, w^o underwent an operation at I)e port some time ago, was home last week very much improved. We wish a speedy recovery for her. v Perry Keeton of McCoy spent Frl- Church News Ennls, Texas.—Simultaneous revi- vals in all the Protestant Churches of this city will begin on March 28, according to an announcement made by the Pastor's Association. The meetings will continue two weeks. Preceding the revivals, however, a religious Ce...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 11 February 1926

• • • • • • <• n e Thursday Morning. Feb. 11. 1 SC CLASSIFIED JDS, For Sale FOR SALE—Jersey Cow. Phone 8401-3.—Malcolm Varley. 1-T FOR SALE - -Lone Star cotton seed. Bee R. A. Beuningfleld. FOR BALK-—River bottom car corn $1.15 per bushel. P. J. Burford, Pe- can Point Farm. 68c FOR"SALE— FineaTfertile eggs from imported English White Leghorns. $1.00 per setting. J. H. Smith. Call 441. FOR SALE—First class 4-foot cord wood in any quantity. Can make de- liveries at once. Call or sue A. C. (Blue) Underwood. 75p FOR SALE—On March 1, pure bred baby chicks, stock Imported from Eugland by Alex Johnson; both strains English and American White Leghorns. $15, $20, $25 per hundred, guaranteed 100 per cent alive when delivered. Order now. Hatching space now, $3.50 per tray. F. A. Bell, Bogata. Texas, Rosalie phone. BABY CHICKS from M. Johnson's "Special" and "Imperial" mating Single Comb White Leghorns, $15.00 per 100. Eggs, $1.50 per 15. Phone 24 4.—Mrs. Albert Wooley. FOR SALE—Am putting i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 11 February 1926

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 11 February 1926

• • Editorial Page WLxxttt Comity Stratum "The Home Paper'' I'lIM MK V < LABKHVILLE, TEXAS, THIKSIHY MORNING, FEBRUARY 11, IIKSM NUMBER till Section Two RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW • © >r a- 0 Review Publishing Company, Ine- Publishers l.ntered As Second Cluss Mutter In the Post off ice at (Uatks- ville, lex., Under Act of March *, l|$) H. Dudley Look and Frank White Editors and publishers LET'S CUT DOWN THE ACREAGE If the cotton crop of the United State* can he reduced next year, it means more profit to the further, for it means that lie can net a lietter price for his product. Dur- ing the year Just past, Texas farm- ers planted 18,000,000 acres in cotton; and assuming an average of t-3 a hale to the acre, it means <i,000,000 balps produced on Texas soil, This is about one-half of the amount of cotton which should be produced in the nation during one reason. If Texas would bring down her production to about 4,000,00(1 hales and the farmers of the South would cut down their ac...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 11 February 1926

"i t ' PAGE 2—SECTION* THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Thursday Morning, Feb. ]l, i9S| Superintendent Marrs Instructs Teachers II, '50, 51, 55, 56, <1, «. 71, 38, 79, 86. 115. published since 1910. These bulletins are needed to complete our files. PRIZE ESSAY CONTESTS:Please call the attention of teachers and pupils to the following information about two essay contests of nation wide interest. American Legion National Essay Contest The Patriot's Flag Subject: Creed. Length: Not to exceed 125 Austin, Texas. Jan. 23, 1926. To all County and City Superintendent s: I wish to direct your careful at- tention to the following important topics: BONDS—The permanent school fund now has ample cash on hand to purchase all small issues of school district bonds. A recent opinion from the Attorney General advises that contract for sale of bonds be- fore issuance of same is illegal. If interested, write to this Department j words. for copy of opinion. j Eligible: TRUSTEE ELECTION Thirty-ninth Legisl...

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

Thursday Morning, Feb 11, 192« THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW * BV'W.V.'^W^^AV.V.WWAW.VAV.V.WAWjj PAGE 3—SECTION S « ^AWiV/i'iVi\\V,%y/^wjwOC| N Kv^-; I \ >(777T-?f"/ | r^TTr^'::; <0*0' Uih w.r,, i ^ i/. j <£* - ■ "n ,/ 3 rr/ r-> -•*. ; ••<• /%;•,«!'f §?S> "■" r t f? — •./ V, y A 6 C3 A#s#J m • <J ,V J A j : >x ^ - V r '•- \ v" - ! # rA *i v ■> T* " • < c^. < V -i §^9 ,'V ' <+Mf !*' *'* <4* * "k* ^ ^ ° y iySA v -v V * 1.1 \ '. r:' *'-> ' i rfS^xi '4 '%v " ,! 'i . ikiS I / . ,v\V 1 m&. u ISSSSV/: ::■ -min\ a M ~ '~~t ;'<Si >v\ ^8?X i Via,. ^4^pr^s®rr*~Sk T E One For All and All For One VERYWHERE people are coming to realize more and more how inter-dependent we are upon each other. The only individual who is self-sufficient is a hermit. The keynote—the foundation of civilization-is the family. We all concede that. And we're rapidly coming to realize that our own home town—is a home town family-simply the family unit a little bit extende...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 11 February 1926

PAOB 8—SECTION 2 b % THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Thursday Moraing. Feb. 11, 192« Jumbo Collars Harness and Saddles There is no guesswork when you buy the famous Jumbo Brand. Wide draft, soft face collars that neither gall or chafe. Harness that holds its shape year after year and stands the strain of any team. Saddles that are built right—have a world of class and do not hurt a horse's back. Let us show you famous Jumbo Goods V/ic Ittarabfe&ardware Wi • /imm - cuuHtsvtur rexAS •/#« « r/asr W/TM THf HfW -Jt/Sr PNOHt no / BOGOTA NEWS i f I Mlas Ruby Pearson of Dallas spent last week-end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. 0. P. PearSon. Misses Mabel and Catherine Pey- ton of Paris visited their father, M. B. Peyton Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Fortner are the proud parents of twin boys born Saturday, February 6th. I ' © ! 9 H ! '#•> I 1 * 1 | 1 f i i i BLAIR'S No. 7 HERB TONIC FOR Stomach, Liver Kidney and Blood Sold For (her 20 Yuri All Good Druggist* Sold by I. C. BARTON ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 February 1926

CllvitillJ o£ TMM «ufiS Wixxttt County Wivxtiew VOLUME V CLARKSVILLR, TEXAS, THURSDAY MOItNING, FEBRUARY 18, IIKMl NUMBER 70 BIG RACE IS BLIND; END IN SIGHT ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ CORN CONTEST PRIZES AWARDED TUESDAY NIGHT J. D. Barry and R. L. King Win First Awards In $1,000 Competition. Four Other Farmers Make Good Yields Chamber of Commerce Announces Similar Prizes for This Year. One Hundred Thirty-six People, Mostly Farmers, Attend Banquet. Colored Quartette Pleases. Now it's a settled fact. lied River County can diversify to good advant- age. Eighty-five farmers—entrants in the $1,000 corn raising competition sponsored by the Clarksviile Cham- ber of Commerce have proved to themselves and all Ked River county that diversification in general and corn raising in particular is profit- able. Six of the contestants were amply rewarded for their efforts in .raising the best 5-acre corn crop on upland and bottom land when prizes totalling $1,000 were awarded at a iianquet held Tuesday night. The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 February 1926

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW MISSION THEATRE Thur. — FrL — Sat Feb. 18-19-20 The Zento Comedy Company Vaudeville Supreme Featuring Zento-The Jail Breaker Sk©p AwMk WMk Peggy "Bv MARY HESTON* j Oh ysa. before I «o any forth". I lAaopir wm of j precious MU they hate * —coats th« any *ouU iot>> 1 hare, and that are essential to com- youthful in Person -In- Sensational Escapes Gus Carey The i Arkansas Rube Miss Myrtle ..The Dainty Comedian.. Complete Change Daily Dmtm Pntsy: I know that 1 an the happier Dunk * has is such a lordly ir- jgjfl is the world. and I ove it all to.ray of lovely spring frockt. One ■you. I think it is dear of you to thai espt-cislly appea'"d to me was '■ay that you are planning on spend a black flat crepe trimmed in darl- jinc a day or two in Clvktrilk with .ai prizitod material Smart gode*-s i me so that you can attend the Style save the skirt a r«pple bug flared 'show. I'a simply thrilled to dean. effort They Lave downs of oiiter j and I as oountiac tks d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 February 1926

Thursday Moraine, Feb. 18. 1UI THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FAM THRl PRHBBVTBRIAN CHURCH GIVES MILLIONS TO UNIVERSITY Sunday School at 9:46; morning worship, 11 o'clock; Christian En- deavor, 6:30 p. m.; evening wor- ship, 7:30; Prayer Meeting, Wed- nesday 7:30; Choir Practice, Satur- day night at 7:30. The choir will give the annual entertainment on Easter night. The Carnegie, tfle only ship of its kind in the world, was built for the study of the magnetism of the earth and all iron and steel is dispensed with. It is built wholly of wood as metal would affect the compass and many delicate instruments. The United States and Russia are now the two foremost Jewish coun- tries in the world; they contain about three-fourths of the world's Jews. POLITIC 'A L AN NO L'NCEMEN TS. The Review is authorized to an- nounce the candidacy of the follow- ing persons for the office designated, subject to the action of the voters lu tiie Democratic Primary Saturday, July 24, 1926. w. <i, Mcdonald l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 February 1926

VAafc.rcqp THE REO RIVER $! pi-.. iti . Ti UVBR ooonty RKVIHW. "The Home Paper." Published every Thursday by The Stevlew PnbHehIng Company, Incor- motatad, at 460 North Walaat Street. Offer ksvllle, Texas. PHONR 6C. Entered as second claBS mall mat- ter at the Post Office at ClarksTille, Texas, under the act of March >, 1879. Dudley Look, Editor and Manager. Subscription Rales: In Red River County: One Year $1.00 SU Months .60 Red River Outside County. One Year : $1.50 Six Months .86 No subscription accepted for less than six months. Current Advertisement Rate Card furnished on application. A TELEPHONE NATION The telephone is rapidly usurping the position formerly held by the telegraph in control of trains and transmission of railroad business. Train orders are now being trans- mitted by telephone on more than 64 per cent of the railroads of the country. Not only are telephones being used for transmission of train or- ders, but telephone stations are be- ing Installed on many roa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 February 1926

TtaanUr Vmini. Feb. is, Mac THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW • t • • 11 OUR REPUTATION for having the new things first and the Highest Quality for the least money, is being sustained in our Ready-to-Wear department. You may save from $.5.00 to $20.00 on a coat or dress and yet know you have good materials, workmanship and style. Come in and select your new Spring Frock. We are closing out corsets at from $ 1.00 to $3.95. This is the opportun- ity to get the model you wear at. a very low price. "A Little Bit of Tomorrow in tbe Styles of Today" Jia Ckurk§^l(gS<o>a<g{ty Honored Mm. A. N. Harris On Friday afternoon Mrs. Gaston Muns very delightfully entertained with a forty-two party in honor of Mrs. A. N. Harris of El Paso, who is the guest of Mrs. E. C. Critten- den. The home was attractively deco- rated in cut flowers, and the val- entine motif was carried through- out. Plate favors were dainty val- entine baskets filled with salted nuts. After several interesting games of forty-...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 February 1926

f * JW; f I V I I ' *Aos six the red river county review Thursday Moraine, fab. IS, tttt f &' te- lit K'"' - r Is?."" l ■,. Well Known Evangelistic Team The Reverend Theodore Copeland (right) who will conduct the services at the annual Methodist revival to be held at the McKenzie Memorial Methodist church here beginning Sunday, March, 7th, comes to Clark- ville highly recommended by those who have heard him and George P. Bledsoe (above) of San Antonio, who will conduct the song services. Tne securing of the services of this rt- nouned team, it is thought, will make this revival one of the most success- ful (that has been held here in some time. ■aid City. Bald property being levied on aa the property at F. A. Antone to satisfy a judgment amounting to $2,587.06 in favor of Mrs. Mary a. Swenker, and all costs of suit. GIVEN UNDER MY HAND, tbis 36th day of January, 1986. J. W. TURK, Sheriff. 68-69-70 NOTICK OP SHERIFF'S RALE ¥ 1 i PORTO BELLO OLD U ARTHUR D. J HOWDEN SMITH I COPYRI...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 February 1926

I I Q Tliorator Moratai, Feb. II, lt>« THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW paoi ami NOW FOR THE HONE STRETCH THOUSANDS OF EYES THE JUDGES Mr. Egbert Thompson, Sec. Chamber of Commerce Mr. A. S. Legg M anager T. P. U. Co: Mr. W. S. Lawson, Cashier Avery State Bank The above gentlemen, who have kindly con- sented to net as the committee of judge* in count- ing the credits and making the awards, are all well known business men and will have no interest In the campaign other than to see that every credit is counted as cast. ARE UPON 4" IMPORTANT NOTICE No personal checks will be accepted In the Sealed Ballot Box. If any are deposited in the box they will be thrown out and no credits Is- sued. Only currency, gold and silver, money or- ders, express orders, cashiers' checks, and certified checks will be accepted. Club members will, during the last three days of the campaign, have all checks mAde out to them t « personally and cash same and deposit the money In the ballot box. This ruling is ma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 February 1926

ao« moot — THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Thursday Kerning, M. U, 111* ANOV SAYS "I have Just received a full line of new spring good* and have just finished unpacking them, there isn't enough space here to mention prices and anyway I want jou to come in and con* vlnce yourself of these wonderful values; it will not only pay you but prove to you thta my prices are lowest for dependable merchandise. Here are Just n few—come In and see the rest." Men's Khaki Trousers $1.35 to $2.50 Work Shirts 65c to .„$1.00 Dress Shirts, $1.00 to $2.00 Men*s Dress Hats $2.50 Men's. Leather Gloves, 50c to $2.00 Men's Half Hose 50 cents and up. SPECIAL for Friday and Saturday— ONLY Table Oil Cloth, 35c per yard Tou know where I am, at the same old stand, the Red River National Bank is 2 doors south of me. BOGDANOV J) CORN OONT8T PRIES AWARDED TUESDAY NIGHT (Continued from page 1) "This country can raise corn. There's no reason to say it won't—it i * ■ L. ' • Thursday and Friday m February 18 and 19 Helen'...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 February 1926

With Sthi^r County Srumu VOIil'MK V <'I.AKKHVIMjK, TKXAS, THI USDW MOUMX(i, PKHIU'.MIY 1H. IBiWi M'MHKK ? B.v.v.v.wa^w.v.v.v.vav.vawj'.w.v.v.Vw." ' fflts 1&* o? I Meditate Before You Nail It CONSIDER these things-before you mail your orders out of town. The dollar that you spend out of town is gone forever. The dollar that you spend at home-stays here and works. Whether it goes into civic improve- ments, via taxes, better schools, churches, streets-or whether it simply goes into more mer- chandise for your next needs—it circulates at home. Remember your neighbor will take better care of you than a stranger. It is to his interest to do so. His future de- pends on his winning your confidence and friendship—and he is right here to make good any mistakes. When you help the home merchant, the home industry—they in turn help build up your town—thus making great- er and better opportunities for you and your children. Spending money at home is putting a mortgage on it to come back to...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 February 1926

f AOB 8—SECTION 2 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Thuraday Mornipr, Peb. 18, 192C Bagwell News (Delayed) Mr. and Mra. J. W. Neal and family of Terrell, Mr. and Mra. Dodd of Detroit, Mra. D. D. Brewer, Mr. and Mra. Greenwood and aon of Ctarkavllle, were the guests of Mra. Paul Mahan, Sunday. Mrs. J. F. Brooks has been 111 alaea last week. Mra. W. H. Love spent a few days •f last week in Texarkana, as the guest of ber daughter, Mrs. Harry Bledsoe. Mr. Robs Miller, who underwent aa operation last Wednesday, is re- ported to be getting along nicely. Mr. Hubert Jones, of Greenville, was a Bagwell visitor last week. Miss Callie Garrett is attending tlie Commercial College at l'aria. Reverend and Mrs. Henderson Brown spent Saturday and Sunday bare visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. Porter Faires and children of Ranenna, Hpent Satur- day and Sunday as the guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Honea. Grandpa Helium, who has been ▼ary ill for the past few days, is reported to be better. Reveren...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 February 1926

• l • Thursday Morning, Feb. 18, 1926 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAGE 3—SECTIONS Extension Work Is Far Reaching CORRK l>ONI>KNCK DEPARTMENT OF UNIVKKHITY OF TKXA8 UROWM RAPIDLY Austin, Texas, Jan. 19.—In a re- port covering university extension work throughout the United States which has just been completed by T. H. Shelby, dean of the Division of Extension of the University of Texas, for the United States Bureau of Education, the remarkable pro- gress of this form .of University work Is clearly shown. In the list of 41 members of the National University Extension Service, 31 of which are stale institutions, are in- cluded the leading universities and colleges. Statistical data gathered in the preparation of the report showed approximately 50 different courses being offered by correspondence in the different universities and col- legos, and some where near 8 5 courses offered in class centers. Reports furnished by different ex- tension directors Indicators indicate the growth...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 18 February 1926

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Thursday Morning, Feb. 18, 192C TUB HIGH HAMBIKD I' How can you be an executive? Every year thousands of young people—some high school graduates Every office is divided into two and some with only a grade school groups—those who direct the bus- education—ge to Tyler Commercial liioss, the sales and the accounting—! College to take the Private Secre- imd those who carry out the dlrec- jtarlal. General Business, Ooneral tinus. Those who dircct are the Banking, General Railroad. General high salaried department heads aud Western Union, Bookkeeping. Short- managers. Those who carry out the |hand (either Byrne Simplified or directions are assistant executlvoH—[Gregg System), Cotton Classing, ■teuographers, secretaries, account-'Civil Service. Radio, or Penmanship, nnts, bookkeepers, confidential as-[They start the course when they arc Blslants. As changes lake place, or'wholly unfit for positions, yet they these as-'graduate a few months later with n as the bu...

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