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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 February 1926

Unlvorslty IRtb Slitter Cnimty iRnttem VOM'MK V CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MORNING, FEBRUARY 85, I M NUMBER 71 Hay ward Thompson Attracts Visitors "BLINDFOLD WIZARD" PROVES UNFATHOMABLE MYSTERY TO LARGE CROWD. Representative crowds of citizens from practically every community in the entire county stood in wide-evcd bewilderment on practically every available space on and around Jho public square Monday afternoon as Hayward Thompson, "the blindfold wizard" performed feats of skill and science both at the wheel of an automobile and in stores while com- pletely blinded by a mask of five silk cloths covering his face from the tip of the forehead to the chin. Driivng a Star touring car, furn- ished by a Paris dealer Thomp- son made the drive from Paris to Clarksville in two hours, stopping at every town and driving at an aver- age speed of thirty-five miles an hour. His uncanny knowledge of the presence of cars and persons in his way and the air of perfect con- fidence and assurance w...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 February 1926

i THE RED RIVER COUNtt' REVIEW Thursday Moraine. Feb. 26, is. 5 NOTICE OP SHBRDW SALE (second day of Mid month, at the Courthouse door of Red River Coun- ty, Texas, in the City of ClarksviUe, Vhe State M Tewu, County of Red Btver. By virtue of an oraer of Sale, is- ntd out of the Honorable District Court of Red River County, Texas, on the 22nd day of January, A. D., 1926, by the clerk thereof, in the case of Jefferson Standard Lite In- surance Company versus K. A. An- tone in his individual capacity and in his capacity aB Independent Ex- ecutor of the Estate of bis deceased wire, Hva Haywood Antone, and W. R. Garland, Sanger Bros., Hudson P. Ellis, and Scottish American Mortgage Company, Limited No. 13,- 791, and to me as Sheriff, directed and delivered, I have levied upon, this the 22nd day of January, A. D., 1926, and will, between the hours of ten o'clock a. m. and four o'clock p. m., on the first Tuesday in March, A. D., 1926, the same being the BERT LEUE1] CIRCUIT UAUDEUILLE FR...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 February 1926

I ■ 3 > £ I • Thursday Morning, Feb. IB, IMS mssss^sBsmmmtoaa^^a (iRAOl'ATE AT M1D-TKHM OR "FLUNK" WHICH? THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Yes—No. Anyway you are con- fronted with the most Important question of your life, for your fu- ture depends upon this decision. What is your next move? Your fu- ture .success depends upon your earning power. Your earning pow- er will depend upon the class and kind of practical business training you will receive. Your present education has not provided earning power, but it has laid for you a splendid foundation upon which to place a thorough business training without which you will be partial failure, at least, for there is a growing demand for train- ed help in all lines of business. Kven l ho lawyer, doctor, minister, or poli- tician must be first, and above all. a business man. The course of Business Ad- ministration and Finance offered by the Byrne Commercial College is tne most valuable and most profitable course one can secure. It consists o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 February 1926

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Thnraday Moraine. Fab. 16, 1928 i ft ! 1 I ro 1 I I f COLONIAL THEATRE THE FAMILY SHOW Always A Good Show Friday— "The Little French Girl" la i fine marriage Drama baaed on the moat popular Novel, in America today. The Book Sensation of the year produced by the Director who made Peter Pan. Yoill Enjoy thla show. Be sure to fee it. Also Fables and Review Saturday— Tom Mix A & "The Lucky Horseshoe" , r with Billie Dove Ann Penington And TONY, The Wonder Horse A Cow Boy of the Wild West Vs. Romances in Old Spain A now kind of Picture for Tom Mix that will please every one. Monday and Tuesday— Constance Talmadge LOCALS i> "A Sister from Paris" 0P1CE AND FUN AND THEN SOME COLONIAL THEATRE The Family Show I ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW MISSION THEATRE Friday— | "His People" I ALL STAR CAST | • BIO COMEDY PROGRAM f Don't Fail to See | "The I Scarlet Streak" For today The Mission makes a •pedal introductory offer. Clip out the coupon below and preeent at the window....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 February 1926

I ureday Morning, Feb. 2B, 192S THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW We are Showing More than A THOUSAND NEW HATS From Which You May Choose i.00 upward to $25.00 • to Flattering Spring Modes—a collection more imposing than ever, including everything fhat is new and smart in the Hats for Women, for Misses, for Juniors and for Children. We feature all. Correct head sizes. The new colors. The new fabrics. More than> that, we feature Hats that are becoming to the bead and the face, and suited to t^e wearer's individuality, Children's Spring Hats ure at and which are "Exclusive." $2.50 to Ijtft.oo ftyl® SIk©p ' "A Little Bit of Tomorrow in the Styles of Today" very interesting lesion led by Mrs. T. S. Caton. The following were present: Mes- dames A. M. Stone, A. H. Roach, T. S. Caton, E. S. Chambers, Parker, P. Y. Creager, Clara Murphy, John Murphy, Bob Williams, and Misses Bonnie Patton and Lura Stone. M Q w Sim ©o Mrs. J. K. Van Dyke Honored Last Friday noon. Mrs. Ben Mar- able honored her g...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 February 1926

■ m W'i Thursday Morning, Feb. IS, 1911 ^ Q COUNTY REVIEW THE RED RJYER KNOW TEXAS Modern War Method* Unknown to Dnmot Notwithstanding their Incredible courage, the Druses are inefficient sol- diers, not ao much tactically as strate- gically. Their war against Franc* was in no way prepared for, and ao rhey corcld not benefit! by their vic- tory. It was a criminal folly of Sultan Paaha, and a treachery to his small, courageous people, to assume the tleht under such circumstances, without any aort of preparation. I realized this first yvhen Sultan i'asha asked me to atuy a few days longer In the DJebel Druz to examine the seriously wound- ed and to attend them.. There was not a single physician among the whole people, n<>r un.v medical instruments to he luid, no bandages, not even uny medical mate rial to treat a flrst-uld cuse. The prmy was no better equipped In any other direction. They had, for In- stance, neither hand grenades nor guns; and, having captured u num ber of mach...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 February 1926

• • ' m Thursday lloraiac. Fab. 15, THE REP RIVER COUNTY REVIEW • • • « i Si s ($ JT^ § i Till the Soil That Feeds You MOTHER EARTH is mankind's best provider. She produces everything we wear—every- thing we eat—and everything that shelters us. In brief Mother Earth has made life possible. So it is with your city and your merchants. Your success is dependent upon their success. You must support them or they will retrograde. You are to them what the plow is to the field. In other words, sustain your merchants by buying at home. The good will of the buying pub- lic is the goal of the modern seller. Without it they cannot exist Back up your merchants and you prosper with them. By boosting the "Buy-at-Home" move- ment you help put your community on the map. J. W. Allen 4 Bro. J. N. Athas Company J. C. Barton D. A. Bruton Barry Land Company D. Bogdanov Bollman Bros. Motor Co. Bollman Grocery Butcher Drug Company Black Bros. Company Caton-Goodman H. Chain & Co. City Market 0. L. Doak ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 February 1926

,P '3- Thursday Morals#. M M. SttC TflE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW fcV ;i { v> 5' ngfflcTTST OilHealeif 4^bey chase the ol^ill from cold corners about the house. —Ideal for the bath and small bed rooms. —Inexpensive to buy; economical to operate. — —Use one. Buy It here I Classified Ads ENGLISH wMlffe LEGrfbKrW-- Will sell one peu of nine of dry thoroughbred White Leghorn Pul- lets headed by a pedigreed Tom Bar- ron cock. The first 916.00 gets them. Hatching eggs. $1.60 for fifteen.—Bertie Freeman. Detriot. Texas. FOR SALE—Dodge Coupe, new condition; run less than 5000 mllua. Substantial reduction. Robert Morris. City Nat'l Bank. 71-1P WANTED—Couple or single per- son to room and board. Call Mrs J. E. Dorsey. WANTED—Tenant for 40 acre sandy land farm.—Oretchen Rieaz, Main Hotel. FOR SALE—Milk Cows, six good milk cows. Young calves and ill good ones. Also several head work mules and horses. Inquire at Black Brothers Company. LOST—One dark blue Kuppenheim- er overcoat. Finder please n...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 February 1926

Wiiutv County Slmmu VOLUME V CLAHKSVILLE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MORNING, FEBRUARY art, 11)20 NUMBER T1 STATE NEWS Austin, Texas.— Seventeen towns iu Texas have been granted good fire record credits and new specific schedules have been mailed. Thode receiving the credit were Corpus Christi, Del Rio, Fayettevllle, Fred- ericksburg, Gainesville, Goliad, Gra- ham. Gulf. Henderson, Lumpusas, Mansfield, Nordheim, Palo Pinto, Wylie, Seymour, Savoy, Jefferson. San Augelo, Texas.— The Ki- wauis Club of this city has subscrib- ed $1347 toward financing a com- prehensive program for the Boy | Scout movement. A scout executivo will be employed for a time. The scout house, which was furnished by local merchants, is completed. 5# :ny- }hn ter, Ick, f us ley, am 'ar- on. am san ri Sweetwater, Texas.— This city has been named by Superintendent of Public Instruction S. M. N. Marrs as one of the seven selected at which regional education confer- ences will be held this year. The date for the meeting has b...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 February 1926

f i - i ' t r\ '■ Pp:-S| The Tiger's Cage kf the Stadeat Body of the CLARKSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL Editor-in-Chief Doris Chambles Associate Editors— Addle 8oward, Ctoris Graves, Jr. Oedl Owen, Otis Hooker, Jr. Athletic Editors Judge Bagley Alma Harrington Joke and Poetry Kd. Le Roy Terry Art Editor Aden Petty Morning. Thursday THE RED RIVER COUNTCY REVIEW each of second and third prises. Many other special awards are to be given. The day Is to close with a banquet for all contestants at which the medals and loving cups will be preeented. Clarksvllle expects to be repre- sented by at least eight men. Latin flab. The Latin Club met Friday morn- ing at 10:30. Many new members were added and prospects for tho best club of its kind are in view. Clifton Cook has resigned from dent; Katherine Latimer, secretary- his office as President of the Low Seniors and Genevieve Brewer has automatically become President. This class met Tuesday afternoon to discuss different matters. The class flower, motto...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 February 1926

I •1# SIB #1# Thursday Mora tat, Fab. SB, 1121 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW OLD RESIDENT GIVEN UP BY PHYSICIANS "Given up by fire doctors, my only hops aa operation. I rebelled oa cutting me open, as I am 76 years old. A neighbor advised trying Mayr's "One Dose Will Convince" (or stomach trouble. I got relief right away. I had not eaten (or 10 days and was as yellow as a gold piece. I could have lived only a few days but (or this medicine." It Ib a simple, harmless preparation that removes thq catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract nnd allays the Indnmmation which causes prac- tically all stomach, liver and in- testinal ailments, including ap- pendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded.—J. C. Barton anu Druggists everywhere. Patronize the Review Advertisers. POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. The Review is authorized to an- aousce the candidacy of the follow- ing persons (or the office designated, subject to the action of the voters la the Democratic Primary Saturday, July 24, 192...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 25 February 1926

'V Itantnr MMbi, M. II. !« THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Sv life J. C. PENNEY COMPANY, INC. Hie combined sales of the J. C. Penney stores for the year 1925 was in excess of 91 million dol- lars, and it can readily be seen that their enor- mous buying power enables them to sell mer- chandise at exceptionally low prices. "A Nationwide Institution" Whose Ptrla store in located on Vest Side of Plaza, 1m one of the chain of 074 general department stores operated by J. C. I'enney Company. The store of the J. C. Penney Co. Is an important chapter in the his. tory of modern mercantile method**, ft is more than important! It is in- spiring! It is a story of a business With a Big Idea behind it—an idea that is clean, clear cut! The iiig Idea with them for 2S year* lias been and is today, the patent fact tyiat is unfailingly governed by sound business principles. Kvery customer pays one and the same price. No more, no less. And that price assures a superior value. No sales. No discounts... No ch...

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

Unlvmity o! T#*l I&tb Slitter&ttfem VOLUME V CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MORNING, FEBRUARY 25, lUiiO NUMBER 79 Demonstration by Scouts a Success PROGRAM (RENDERED TO PACK. ED HOUHE. OVER $3,000 RAISED FOR CAMP Before an audience which t u>. Helen's Playhouse to capacity, the boys of troop two and three of me local organization of the Boy Scoufs of America, under the direct super- vision of Scout Masters R. S. Bow- man and Willard Moore, rendered one of the most enlightening as well as entertaining programs ever wit- nessed in Clarksville at that place on Monday evening last. Resorting only to the presentation of things, which are routine in the life of ihn average scout, for the entertain ment of the eager crowds, the boys well demonstrated the value of such an organization to any community. Over 93000 Raised for Camp An address appealing to the citizenry of the city and county for donations toward the securing of a camp for boys within comfortable walking distance of t...

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

wKjjfa; THE RED RIVER OOUNTY REVIEW n«*tor Mart* 4 ltit oucmr iuu t siarad tkax *i auixrf teals mur* touch term E7« or* tl rvufi, VS.rtj V&rt l'M'*4 t# 1M*A tUm * Uu l*« ui> vfl osart '/f i*i** tsr a dapU v! 11 «< < IMA ■V PM* itrr WM-Ti |g«jwiirt tat ten srwjrf *? a f taigzaacr Si m atomr..:*-* ■Jin-" r fax t tpmcMt t? ti* lane itf * perhtit * UrvtCX. THESTAR T «maii« r. tuiTO7T J*i. l*u imi mat 3t vlT i uit imir t cm® if Oit i>u: 1E *tx* :. •! trui r«T • rug Get it Todav A Year to Pav Boflmto Motor Co. A * w 6«i> ftt tut* i**?x TtrvaBi&t it t* a'tatuitifc a iw jtHtc i«! a Wwumtwr ifc j, ia.it tlut* r *"£3 JX f-Vtiht Mrt ".tt tlHft* EUaawitfc.. 3C SdLn-itr tit* tem ptihrt Otoja-Muta." ; —ce*v- " i_ts :: i swaciKv ui *i .t rf <a:? #wr I j : I z I { I I | " tliirjjtit ICt-l. kbt w r:r«t I Kiitr.u«* 3" vi«i * tnj? 1*3? aa | iii'ii? Sw cm *.v cat a ■ ferioit ' S< | * ua :'it ii'i liutt iit w mnwmma. ,*«ar* i u: intJj a j+ * car* bp! BibO l:.; fflwc trr+^r £...

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

Thursday < • NEWSPAPERS TO M8UT EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM Fort Worth, Texas, March 1.— Newspapers of the South are taking definite steps to assist the entire educational system to keep step with the material advancement of the South. Vanderbilt University sponsored a meeting of newspaper men held in Nashville, February 1 to formulate plans tor giving tir; school programs complete publicity. Definite proposals will be made in July when the Southern Newspaper- men's Association holds It annual meeting. J. B. Nrvln, managing editor of the Atlanta Georgian; James I Fin- andney, editor of the Nashville Ten- nesson; Edgar A. Foster, business manager of the Nashville Banm-r, and John A. Park, publisher of the Ilalelgh, North Carolina, Times, STOP THAT ITCHING Sufferers from skin diseases such at Itch, Eczema, Tetter, Poison Oak, Riag- worm, Old Sores or Sores on Children may find relief from the use ol a jar of BLUE 3TAR REMEDY or their money will be refunded. The first application relieves th...

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

m iff i I ' •'Wi *'• V" ' i i', : s '• P V- ,1;"' t FOUR—H0AON OK85 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW ThorMUr Mortise. March 4. m« COLONIAL THEATRE THE FAMILY SHOW ALWAYS A GOOD SHOW FRIDAY- The Tiger's Cage Conducted by the Student Body of the CLARKSVILLE HIGH SCHOOL Doria Chambles Editor-in-Chief Associate Editors— Addle Soward. Clovis Graves, Jr. Oecli Owen. OtiS' Hocker, Jr. Athletic Editors Judge Bagley Alma Harrington Joke and Poetry r<|. r.o Roy Terry Art Editor Adeu Petty Betty Bronson IN "Not So Long Ago" A Comedy Dram* that has plenty of food laughs—a refreshing story t|wt will leave a very pleasant thought after you have seen it. Also Fables and Review Base 1UII Hqiuul I login* Workout The High School Base Ball play- I ere reported for their first workout Tuesday afteruoon. About 25 re- ported for the initial practice which showed possibilities of a good team ThiH is the first time in several years that so much Interest has been | taken in base ball. Mr. Wright says that he ...

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

Thvradajr Morning. March 4. 1 M THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW miHii IIWII II ■ S-U-C-C-E-S-S Such was the buying trip for "Pollock's"— Never before has there been such a show- ing of styles, exclusive, but not expensive, men's, women's, and children's wear. We urge you* to see the new styles while we have such a large ensemble. Then too, new goods are arriving daily—so it's to your advantage to see them first. Many garments will be shown in Style Show Thursday night—these are only a few selected from our complete stock. Something new in men's and boys' depart- ment arriving daily. K", -Stores of Distinction — fa CI aurfeOTl ®o< Hliakoapoare Club. On Saturday afternoon, Mrs. C. D. Lennox was hostess to the mem- bers of the Shakespeare Club. Spring Millinery Hats of straws, taffeta and com- binations that art' truly CREATIONS —See them. f And if yon will be exclusive as well as chic and smart choose a "LOUIE MILLER" I have secured the services of a lady who has had several years ex- ...

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

inc neu k vbh.u>up<i i itcvitsw iuuiMimy Morninq, Mirth 4, 1V1C r1 H If" ADTMIT OOMMMfllON O* ■MQVi-onmnrNUL VISITS PHILADELPHIA President's ('ontmlealoners Impressed With Progress Mad* by Phila- delphia la Exposition Plain The tint meeting of the National Advisory Commission to the Sesqul Centeunlal International Exposition held in Philadelphia, January 20, unreservedly backed Mayor Ken- drlck in his effort to adhere to tho original plan of opening the Exp sition on June 1, 1926. Thirty-four states were' represented with fort six members of the Commission present. A morning meeting of the body was held in historic Independent! Hall and was addressed by Jamej M Beek, former Solicitor-Genera! of the United States and chairman of the Commission, and Mayor Ken drick of Philadelphia, President of the Sesqul-Centennlal Exhibition As sociation. Following this the Com misston toured the Exposition grounds to view the progress made in the preparation of the Exposition A banquet at the...

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

Thur«<Ur Mornltog, March 4, 1916 THE RfiD RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAGE 8HVBN--8RCTION ONi '* | f! t fi Divide your Dollar with your neig BUY AT HOME! EVERYBODY has a certain amount of civic pride—that sort of pride which helps make a village a town, and a town a metropolitan city. The growth of any community is dependent upon the support given its citizens. If you fail in your co-operation the town either stands still or retrogrades. If you uphold the town by sustaining it wholeheartedly you help yourself and the community. The theme of this advertisement is: "Help your city: buy at home!" I Divide your dollars among your merchants and others who have the interest of the populace at heart. Help them and they will help you to greater values—for increased volume means decreased costs. - The town needs your support and you need the support of the town. Let's get together and share our prosperity. J. W. Allen & Bro. J. N. Athas Company J. C. Barton D. A. Bruton Barry Land Company j, ...

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

• •* t PAGE «!OHT—SECTION OKB THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Thandty Morals*, March 4, ! •« Crop Insurance . . —No better way to in- fare maximum acronRe IS-J1- - of [ftefld than -ih the , use I quality implements. —.Safe, long estab- 11abed lines, are carried In ■took at our store. Names You're known many yean are behind every plow that goe* Into the field from our Store. —Standard Brand Im- plement* represent the kind of crop Insurance we offer you from the lines of MO- LINE and JOHN DEERE. LET US SHOW YOU! 4 ik@p Awhile Wntik Peggy O/ie c?ttanib(e&/ardware Wl •Mmm - CUMtSWUt reus •/#**• //xh , w/rrt thi Htw - y<7rr pvo.ve / Mrs. Greaver Miller of Cooper ar- rived Tuesday to spend a few days with her parents. Alfred Whltmer, of Dallas, was a Clarksville visitor Saturday a ad Sunday. Miss Pauline Pollock has return- ed from Eastern markets where she spent several weeks purchasing mer- chandise for Pollock's. R. M. White returned Monday from Washington, O. C.f where ho attended ...

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