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

>'« tie d. it- re he i8s [lv v pn P s h- With J&ixtvt dounty hi VOLUME V (XAllKSVlLliK, TEXAS, TH11WDW, MORNING, FEBRUARY 25, JWdO NUMBER 71 .1 ItKD 1UVEK <X)UNTY REVIEW. "The Home Paper." Published every Thursday by The Ileview Publishing Company, Incor- porated, at 4G9 North Wuluut Street, Clarksville, Texas. PHONE 09. Entered us second class mall mat- ter at the Post Office at ClarkBville, Texas, under the act ot March 3, 1S79. Dudley Look, Editor and Manager. Subscription Rutes: In Red Kiver County: One Year $1.00 Six Months .00 IbHi lllvw Outside County. One Year *1.5* Six Months ... Sb No subscription accepted for less than six months. Current Advertisement Rate Card furnished on application. BIBLE THOUGHT "Now the Lord is that Spirit- and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there ia liberty." • A STATE MRl) Red River County Review: Now that Texas has selected the blue bonnet as its State flower and the p«/fcan tree as its State tree, a move- ment is on foot to "Tick ou...

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

WASM TWO—««OTION TWO THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Tknrsday Mornlnc. March 4, UK Man Is Slain in Barber Chair ' . in Paris Saturday Afternoon glX SHOTS FIRED AT CLOSB BANGS FROM PISTOL REBItt/T IN INSTANT DEATH Paris, Texas, Feb. 27.— Ray Stewart, young farmer who lived at Jennings, seven miles southeast ot Paris, was shot and instantly ktllad here, shortly before four o'clock, is he sat in a barber chair, A charge of murder was filed against Mary DerUn of Jennings, in connection with the shooting. The woman was placed under ar- rest on a charge of murder and was lodged in the county Jail here with Stewarts body and eounty officers stated that the revolver surrendered to Mr. Pollard contained six empty shells. The killing follows the acquittal, in January of P. P. Devlin, father ot Mary Devlin and also ot the Jen- nings community, on a charge of as- sault to murder for the shooting and serious wounding ot Stewart last fall. In his testimony to the jury. Devlin had admitted shooting St...

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

• It Thursday Morning, Huek 4, till elen s Playhouse "Where Friendship Grows" Style Show Friday, March 4 SATURDAY- Tommy Tyler in "LET'S GO GALLEGAR" MONDAY AND TUESDAY Kenneth Harlan in "KING OF THE TURF" WEDNESDAY, 10— VAUDEVILLE RAY LUCIFER "What's It All About?" EVANS AND CORELLA "The Wrong Trail" DUNN AND CAMPBELL "Melody and Music" HILBERT AND WHITE "Colored But Not Born That Way" AERIAL BARTLETTS "Sensational Aerialists" MELON LICE AND CUCUMBER BEETLES CAN BE CONTROLLED R. R. Reppert, Entomologist Dusting with nicotine sulphate dust has become the approved met i- od of controlling the melon louse and cucumber beetle, and as these insects begin their work early In the season, a brief description of the POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS. 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 in the Democratic Primary Saturday, July 24, 1936. " For District Judge R. J. WILLIAMS For Representative: T. A...

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

%TAO 4—SUCTION t THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Thursday Moraine, March 4, l l« •\ ■■ IS? i ■ 11,.\: .. ✓ I I Ifc if ,v;r.y;V f.':- mm* WHO IS GOVERNOR OF TEXAS? py Max Bentley la Dearborn Independent You want to know whether the largest state of the Union is, or is not, really ruled by a woman ... So you cone down to Austin^ Ton drop oft the train at a ratber dinky depot, turn a corner, and are on Congress avenue. At this wide thoroughfare's upper end stands tbe majestic capitol lording it over tbe beautiful city of many hills. .Gating on it, you involuntarily exclaim, "What a noble building!" And so It is—in all respects a building befitting Texas' size and greatness. It ought to be, for Ms construction cost the people $100,000,000 worth of land. That is to say, the land is worth 9100,000,000 now; but fifty years ago, when the state swapped 3,500,000 acres of the public domain to a Chicago syndi- cate in return for a capitol, it was adjudged to be worth a dollar an acre. The rise in ...

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

L'nU«r ity of Hill With WLiwv Ctauity Reirfern Red River County's Leading NEWSpaper VOLUME V CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 11, 1020 NUMBER TS Large Crowds Hear ^Theodore Copeland OUTLOOK GOOD FOR SUC FUL MEETING.—BLEDSOE LEA IIS HINGING. Opening Sunday morning and gathering momentum as the week progresses, the annual revival be- ing hold at the McKenzie Memorial Methodist church, bids fair to exceed even the fondest hopes of the moat ambitious of the church members It has gained momentum each day and is now in full swing, as- sured of complete success from ev- ery viewpoint. The enthusiasm of the Reverend ACopeland's manner in the presenta- tion of the scriptures and his "straight from the shoulder" deliv- ery grasps and holds the attention of every listener in a vise-like grip, which allows no dull moments and commands and receives the interest of all. Under the careful and expert fli- rection of George P. Bledsoe, of San Antonio, the choir renders ex- ceptionally wel...

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

PAGE TWO THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Thursday Morning, March it, tJ?6 • « HP RIVKK COUNTY RKVIKW. "The Home Paper." PliblUbed every Thumday by The Review Publishing Company, Incor- porated. at 459 North Walnut Street, CUrkavllle, Texas. PHONG 62. Entered as second class mall mat- tor at the Pout Office at Clurkaville, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. Dudley Look, Editor and Manager. Subscription nates; In Red River County: One Year .*.$100 Six Months 60 Red River Outside County. One Year $1.50 Six Months . 6 No subscription accepted for less than six months. Current Advertisement Rate Card Curnlshed on application. GREAT SPORTING. KVKNTS OF THE PAST Every boy has heard of the great Olympic games of our own time, and can remember when the last oi these wonderful events was held at Paris in 1924. At the Paris games, representative athletes from prac- tically every civilized nation com- peted for honors, and the contests, wbile they took place, were the talk of the world. But not...

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

• • Thursday Morning, March 11, * 29 THE RED R1VF.R COUNTY REVIEW «* • • MISSION THEATRE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Vaudeville Treat The Red Headed Music Maker WILL DALTON Famous Irish Bass-Baritone Assisted by MARIE FINKE Danseuse Lots of fun, lots of Irish humor, latest jokes and dancing. 10c and 25c With regular Picture program Entire program changed daily This act is booked at the Melba Theatre, Dallas, beginning Monday week. V/#, !■'#/ •>- mn I3fVX ' V is V, How They Built The Pyramids Did you ever stop to wonder how the ancient Egyptians con- structed the pyramids with only the power of human muscle and the low breed of animal power then available? It Is be- lieved that the huge .stone blocks, each weighing more than fifty tons, were transported on rollers from the banks of the Nile, where the stones were landed after being cut from the bills miles distant. As the first layers of stone were laid for the Great Pyramid, the workmen built an inclined roadway to the higher levels. On ...

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

• • Thursday Moraine, Mink )i, i j« PA THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Sunshine Kiddies Here Next Week CHILDRBN AT HELEN'S **AY- HOUSE ATTEND SCHOOL IN MICHIGAN There ere at least ten kiddies we know o( who can't run away from home to avoid going to school—at least they can't get away with it- - for their teacher follows them every- where they go. In fact she some- times even precedes them. And what la more, these same klddios (who range in ages from three to fifteen years) earn their own living and pay the salary of their teacher and governess. But they go to school, study and really enjoy it. They will be in Clarksvllle next week and will spend four days here working problems, reciting grammar and other studies under the scholastic lawB of the state of Michigan. Imagine being in Clarksvllle and going to school in Michigan. No strings are attached to this and there is no catch in the story for the Sunshine KiddieB, who will play at Helen's Playhouse next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, ...

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

• i • Tkoreday Morning. March 11, ! • THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW ft • • • • • • The Sibyl® Slkop "A Little Bit of Tomorrow la the Stylet of Today" 5# - Lending Library Opens Wednesday HARD-FELT NEED 1H REALISED WITH OPENING OF NEW INSTITUTION Easter is Earlier This Year Than Usual And the Lovely New Hats Are Arriving Every Day We are showing every style that is being worn and you will find Hats that are Different here. By buying in large quantities from so many different designers we are able to give you what you most want, a change. You can avoid that "sameness" in style and shape by selecting your hat from the hundreds of beau- tiful patterns we have selected for you. Our Children's Hats are marvels of love- liness in straw, silk and nets. Priced From $1.50 to $5.95. lira ClaurksTiieSocneily Mrs. R. T. Bailey Entertains Bridge Club Mrs. R. T. Bailey very graciously entertained the members of the Wednesday Bridge Club and others on Wednesday afternoon from threu until six. Many be...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 11 March 1926

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Thursday Moraine. March 11, lll< RRMRMBER 75 THARS AGO ON THK FARM? .♦ '• t . t - s ■a REVIEW ADS ARE RESULT GETTERS At your finger tips is just the kind of en- tertainment you prefer. Select your pro- grams with confidence that you will call in what you want. That is if you own a quality R. C. A. And there is no reason why you shouldn't own one. Our prices are reasonable—our terms are most liberal. It's just as easy here to own the best Set on the market as the inferior kind sold by many unreliable dealers. McCLINTON FURNITURE COMPANY "The average form worker 75 years ago eared for 18 acres of crops," according to Prof. H. B. Walker or the Kansas State Agri- cultural College, speaking before la* Minnesota University Farmers' and Home-makers' Short Course. "To- day, the average for the U. S. is 34 acres. The adoption of labor saving machinery on the farm has been the outstanding feature of American agriculture," said Prof. Walker. Shorter working days,...

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

Thursday Morning, March 11, 1926 EXECUTIVE HOARD W. M. I'. MEETS DAIJLAK MARCH IO-II Dallas. Texas, March 9 — The reuular quarterly meeting of the Kxecutlve noard of tne Woman's Missionary Union. Auxiliary to tteo iiuutiBt tieuerul Conventldn of Tex- as IB being held at the Southwestern Training School. Seminary Hill, nn March 10-11, beginning at 10:30 a. ni yesterday.. The President, Mrs. F. S. Davis, o. Dallas, will preside at this meeting „,1(1 reports will be read by Mrs. J. v Leigh, Danas, Corresponding Secretary and Mrs. Olivia Davis, d^Dilla* Treasurer. Reports will alHo Vbe made by all standing and sueclal committees. This is the first meeting of tlu Kxecutlve Committee since the con veutlon and will be one of the most important of the year as plans will be outlined for reaching the go*.l <if $600,000 for denominational pur- poses, which is the quota assumed by the women at the State meeting In Mineral Wells last December. Delegates and alternates to the Woman's Missionar...

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

mi Mm THE REP RIVER COUNTY REVIEW IkvndiT Mora las. March 11, lltf Crop Insurance Junior-Long Staple DO'S AND AUGHTO'8 OF C. H. 8. AND ITS 4MTUDKNTB. •No better way to in- ixlmum acreage use of ■ ore maximum jrfeld fUuii in the iplements. —Safe, long estab- lished llnnt, are carried in atock at our store. Names You've known many years are behind every plow that goes into the field from oar Store. —-Standard Brand Im- plements represent the kind of crop insurance we offer yon from the lines of MO- IilNB and JOHN DBKRU. LEST US SHOW SOU! Ote fytorabte&ardware Wi - tuumfur reus -if By L. D. 0. To begin with an "Ought to:" It would be great if the students of C. H. 8. would start a movement o .find Longstaple Senior, a good sail- ing high school annual lost at st t some years ago, and let him return to Junior, who would welcome hU support for his school. Times have changed since the lost was last heard of and now he would probably be classed as a semi-annual. week's practice. Uninte...

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

Tbursdtjr Morning, March 11, 111! THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW VMiims ft 5 * i i i i y \ V .. " * .'VV • ... ."V - v'V'Ss ^ .. «.• * * . -fv \ *k „ n m ^P£F£% Al : :.W ■ ■!■■ i iiiiii mMBii ii wi ■—■n^wi™ - You're a Stockholder Help Yourself to Interest THE FACT that you live in Clarksville—makes you a stockholder in Clarksville. This is true whether you own property or pay rent—whether you're in business for yourself or lend your efforts and energies to another business—whether you are active or passive. « What would you think of a stockholder in any business that let his coupons go undipped—that was vitally enough interested to be a stockholder, and not vitally enough interested to further the cause in every possible way he could. Yet—that's just the situation—unless you do your best for Clarksville—(paradoxically you collect interest by lending interest—and you cannot avoid being a stockholder.) Therefore it's obvious how much you benefit by giving Clarksville your best—how direct...

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

• it 2Z THE RED RIVER OOUNTV REVIEW Thursday Mora las. March 11. . !• "Yes, We Have 'Em" Full line of Farm Tools, Wag- ons, Leather Goods and Mules. "As Good as the Best, and Better than the Rest" We stock the famous Corsicana — ' Terracers and Ditchers. J. E. Spencer & Co. The Farmer's Store We Make the Price WANTH REJOICING AT FUNKRAL PINK BOLLWORM QUARANTINE REVISIONS To meet the existing situation with respect to the distribution of the pink bollworm, the United States .Department ot Agriculture has re- vised the ruleB and regulations sup- plemental to Notice ot Quarantine Wo. 62, effective March 1. Owing to the apparent eradica- tion of the pink bollworm in Louisiana and in the regulated areas In central and eastern Texas. tinued freedom of these areas from this pest. Inasmuch as 110 Infestation has ever been found in tj e counties of Curry, Roosevelt, Lee, Quay, aud Union, New Mexico, these counties also are released from {restriction under the same conditions. Provision i...

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

• I Thursday Morning, March 11, i926 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAOB BLBVBM % THE WILLARD SERVICE MAN Will Give You Some Pointers If it's reliable, efficient and continuous, service you want, there is one way to get it. BUY A WILLARD CHAS. L GOODMAN Seiberling Tires Superior Service Willard Batteries BAGWELLS IMMIGRANT INSPECTORS N KKDKD IN THIS STATE Washington, D. C., March 9. 1920. ^fc-Tlu> United States Civil Service Commission annognced today that until April 17 it will receive applica- tions for positions of immigrant in- spectors for duty in this and neigh- boring States. Tlie knowledge of Spanish is required. The examination will be held soon IT WON RENOWN The vitamins in cod-liver oil play an important part in protecting the body against germ-infection. icott's emulsion *r I of invigorating cod-liver I oil i3 the food-tonic that ! has won renown through I its power to strengthen and | protect the body. I If you would keep I strong, take vtt's nsii ''Tier CO * and SI.20 ...

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

f?Ut* {.dsifw I w '■) m l|tt M" m ife W: ?r $«v k fcks' , ffe&v • paos twslvs BULL'S EYE Editor and Qintra! Manmqw WILL ROOIRt w Another "Dull" Durham ndvar tiaemcnc by Will Roitcri, Zicgfcld Folliei and screen star, and lead- ing American humorist. Mora coming. Watch for them NewsTaken from the Daily Papers A headline in the paper says "In their war China won't fight on rainy days." They don't mind get- ting shot, but they won't get wet. . * • * Imagine a sign as you start to en- ter Chinas' "RAIN. NO WAR TODAY." If that was the custom in this country, we could prevent all wars by announcing that all the fighting must be done in Portland, Oregon. * * * Another paper asks, "Where does a Florida Real Estate man go in the summer?" He goes to Cali- fornia to his al 1 - the - year- round home. * * * A newspaper asks "Why does a President of a concern always talk at the Company's banquets?" It's an incentive to the workers, who say, "If that's all he knows I may be President some day...

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

I • o Stefc Wixxttv (Enmity Wievivm VOLUME V Red River County's Leading NEWSpaper CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, THURSDAY MOItNING, MARCH 18, KMMt NUMBER 74 O Attendance At Revival Grows PROSPECTS GOOD FOR > T SUCCESSFUL REVIVAL EVEK I HELD uiiHK Despite inclement weather and the lact that there have been rar.iiy forms of outside entertatnment to distract the attention of Clarksville's populace, the attendance at the an- nuul revival, being conducted by tht Reverend Theodore Copoland and George P. Bledsoe, prominent evan- gelistic team, has shown a steady .and unvarying increase anr pros- pects are good for the most success- ful meeting held here in many years Offering a most pleasing person- ality along with skilled oratory and it complete knowledge of the sub- ject chosen, and using a most con- vincing delivery, the reverend Cope- land resorts only to methods of kindness and persuasion to win lii-t audiences, ue.ng an ardent propon- ent of the theory that these meth- ods produce greater r...

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

*AQB TWO 1XE RED RIVER rniiNTY REVIEW, i • m If [ Whirl of March Winds z % 275-MAR-26 At your finger tips is just the kind of en- tertainment you prefer. Select your pro- grams with confidence that you will call in what you want. That is if you own a quality R. C. A. And there is no reason why you shouldn't own one. Our prices are reasonable—our terms are most liberal. It's just as easy here to own the best Set on the market as the inferior kind sold by many unreliable dealers. McCLINTON FURNITURE COMPANY ywm RIVER county review. . "The Home Paper." | Published every Thursday by The' Review Publishing Company, Incor- porated, at 459 North Walnut Street, Olarksvllle, Texas. PHONE 62. Entered as second class mail mat- ter af the Post Office at Clarksville, Texas, under the act of March 3, ,1879. Dudley Look, Editor and Manager. Snbeeriptton Rates: In Red River County: One Year $1.0# 0ix Months .60 Red River Outside County. One Year 91.6* fax Months .86 No subscription accepted for lea...

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

Ip4 Of «,- 111- r,il in. 4. )S. hy ■ n n.-i Thursday Morning, March 18, 192* THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAW THRSB «y THE WJLLARD SERVICE MAN Will Give You Some Pointers If it's reliable, efficient and continuous, service you want, there is one way to get it. BUY A WILLARD CHAS. L. GOODMAN Seiberling Tires Superior Service Willard Batteries J man hair. The k'hbm chambor about the fila- ment must be pumper free of air, and mercury vapor and liquid air are iiKt'd in this process. Gas forn>- i'd in.the filament itself and in tin.* kIuhs from the various manufiictin us processes must also he ellmin.'.i- jod. Tiie lamp base or terminal is j then iju* on and the lainus are clean led, polished and tested for me , l imine.1 niiil electric characteristics Portions who have seen largo switch!.imi ds have noticed i1" varh us tiilnrs and markings tk*i are apparently on the lamps. Thosi n arkiugs are not placed on the .lumps, Imwewr, but on small caps 1 tluit fit over the bull's. Sonic of the...

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

VAoa roto mi M I-- i- "J PORTO BEIXO C% ARTHUR D. HOWDEN SMITH COPYRIGHT by ARTHUR. P. HOWP6N SMITH A new cos turn# novel by Howden i storeroom and sort over the pelts Pe Smith la an event of no mean impor- ' lance. But a pirate story which in- clude* many of the famous Hubert Louis Stevenson's characters from ter fetched In." He flung off with a scowl as I •f how Captain Flint and ''Rip-Hap1 Hurray raided the Spanish void k 1 Won and burled their Ill-Gotten treas ire on the lonely Island known as the Dead Man's Chest—the Inspiration for the well-known pirate sons, "Fifteen Men on the Dead Man x Cheat, Yo-ho- ho and a Bottle of Rum!" Sir Harry Johnston, a few years ago, startled the llterury world with "The Gay Dombeys," a continuation of Dickens' "Dombey and Son." How- den Smith, however, Is even more In- trepid In attempting to preface a icruut masterpiece with a story of his own. He has succeeded to an extraordinary degree, the consensus of critical opin- ion betnc that "Porto He...

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