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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 8 April 1926

at*.. Ikirtli; Morning, April I THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAaaunrpv SIMPLE MIXTURE MAKES STOMACH FEEL FIVE Simple buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc., as mixed in Adlerika, often helps stomach trouble in TEN min- utes by removing GAS. Brings out a surprising amount of old waste knatter you never thought was in ^our system. Stops that full, bloat- ed feeling. Excellent for chronic constipation. Adlcrika works t^UIC'K and delight fully easy. Stiles Drug Company. A red blanket fell into a circus water-trough and stained the water red. From this it i:i said came Hie first pink lemonade which became m> popular with circuses. Atliarillo — $50,000 plant to he constructed. creamery The § BULL'S EYE i Editor and General Manager WILL ROGERS 7 ;! 3 •ft '9 Another Bull" Durham iJvtr. tiiemcnt bvWilt Rogers, Zicgfcld Foiiiet and acreen tar, and lead- ing American humorist. More coming. Watch for them. Congress No. 1 I went to Washington the other day. I visited "The House of Rep- Kesentatives,"...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 8 April 1926

"> ! « I i i | % ! I THE KtO RIVER COUNTY REVIEW . A|rfl • FREE Sample Can For Tou! [You will not be asked to buy] Come to this Year's B. P. S. PAINT, ENAMEL, STAIN AND VARNISH Demonstration FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, APRIL 9 AND 10 YOU are undoubtedly familiar with some of the B. P. S. products* Our reason for offering this free sample can is that we want you to become better ac- quainted with B. P. S. quality* New finishes to show you. Experts from the B. P. S. factory will demonstrate all modern methods of paint' ing, enameling, staining and varnishing. The purpose of this demonstration is to help you with your finishing problems. If you attended last year—come again—try another sample. You will not be asked to buy! Otff fnaraUeS^arduxire IK ► - CUAMSVtUf rtXAS -M9J « "LOOK INTO IT" slip-top cans - all sizes easy to open - self-sealing clean-convenient-no Waste Best Paint Sold 5 t)URGffiL^\&URBori The Passing of Childhood By ARTHUS DEAN, SC. D. The Parent Counsellor lira. Deland...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 8 April 1926

Tlondir Moraine, April I THE KfeD RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAOB mm "J i • Clarksville Has Spent Thousands oS Dollars For You f f* 4 m t > i i w, Has spent it in better streets, better civic im- provements, better schools, better homes, bet- ter places of business- better everything than any previous generation ever enjoyed. Summing it ii|>—it pre- sents the big difference between the home-spent dollar and the dollar spent elsewhere. Life becomes more and more interwoven—inter- dependent—T h e dollar spent in Clarksville today keeps on working here in Clarksville — e v entually working its way back to you—in profits—in wages — in improvements—in any one of a hundred dif- ferent ways. But how about the dollar you spend away from Clarksville? It purchases no more and usually less than it would at home—and it ceases for- ever as an active factor in your greater comfort and well-being here. Every dollar spent in Clarksville is a co-operative dollar. Every dollar spent out of Clarks- vil...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 8 April 1926

• • 'w tii: I if ! 1 f, 11 i ft ! £ ! I Thursday Moraine, April THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW •TOP THAT ITCHING English i Better Spoken in America Well! Well! Well! It is as I al- thought—English of Amor- is better English than tbo of the English. But who wMtfd dare say so in face of our Wo- WUfif' Clubs' great predilection for Dqglish "leckchahs" by English "Mckchahwahs"? Certainly I should 1Utra hesitated, brazen as I am, had St. John Ervine said it before Ervine, as you know, is on B^llsh playwright and novelist, bc- lilea being dramatic editor of the OB&on Observer. | "Americans enunciate English | mare clearly than English people' do," writes Mr. Ervine. "His Holiness the P^pe lately re- marked that he understood English better when he heard it from Americans than when he heard it SERVICE TRUCK L T. Prewitt Phone 594 from Englishmen. "It U Idle to tell me that Ameri- cans speak dreadfully. Many of thein do, but no fair-minded person can deny that educated Americans speak more...

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

• • Thursday Morning, April I THE REP RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PADS ILBVBIV • • Great Sporting Events of the Past Dempsey n. Carpentier Dempsey versus Carpontier! I wonder bow many of you fellows ca i ( remember the thrill that weut through the hearts of everyone who j followed the sporting pages in th<*. summer of 1921. Almost five years j ago, and yet I venture to say that; in almost every get-together where j people gather to "talk" sports, it m Renew Your Health by Purification Any physi.-ian will tell you that "Perfect Purification of the System is Nature's Foundation of Perfect Health." Way not lid yourself of chronic ailments that are undermin- ing your vitality? Purify your en- tire sy, tern by taking a thorough course of Ci.!otnbs,—once or twice a week for several weeks—and see how Nature rewards you with health. Calotabs are the greatest of all system purifier.®. Get a family pack- age, containing full directions. Only 35 cts. At any drug store. (Adv.) will not take long to ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 8 April 1926

I Thursday Moraine, THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW BACK GIVEN.' OUT? StmdaySchool Lesson Then Follow the Advice of ClarlMvUle Resident This s I !■ ! 1; ' I ^ I 1 i i I i The Necessary Drusrs for your prescription can always be ob- tained here. We make a specialty of OUR PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT and you can be sure that every drug used is pure and fresh, accurately weighed and measured and blended with scientific pre- cision. We are also headquarters for the best toilet articles and supplies. Stiles Drug Co. "Only the Best" tire fire of mother-instinct, and the more wretchedly helpless these men are, the more passionately beloved I hey are of the aforesaid wonderfi.l wives. It's a natural thing. A weakling man Isn't by any means one against whom the world may turn a cold shoulder. It isn't matter ot temperament. Keats and Shelley, beloved saints of romantic poetry, were temperamental wepV llngs. Fancy Keats without his Fannie Brawn? One simply can- not. The weakling has a great many good...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 April 1926

\;uVv cv sttV ol *«*U With WLixtzr Official Organ of the City of Clarksville WLvxttzvd Volume V Clarksville, Texas, Thursday, April 15, 1926 Number 78 Gean-up, Paint-up. by making VOUV home beautiful Everybody Help to Stimulate Employment Councilmen Were Installed Monday OATH OK OFFICE ADMINISTER-; ED TO THOSE ELECTED ON | Al'HIL SIXTH Composed of C. M. Kennedy, Sam Harris and Henry Bailey. a com- mittee assigned to the duty of can vassiug 'lie returns of the city elec- tion held here April sixth, was ap- pointed by tiie city council iu regular session at the city hall Monday eve- ning. Oath of office was administer- ed to J. K. Pope, Roy Dinwiddie. Ciovis Graves and W. It. Keeton, as aldermen from wards 1, 2, 3, and I respectively, all being re-elected of- ficials with the exception of Hoy Din widdie, who filled the vacancy created by the removal of A. T Bryce from this place in December, having defeated T. G. Wilkins in the election of the sixth. Reports of materials on hand and w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 April 1926

; i i lfc; fPri The Red River County Review, Thursday, Come In and See Our wonderful display of dainty per- fumes, toilet requisites and pure drugs we offer, and prove to you that our MODERN DRUG STORE is the best place to fill your needs along these lines. Call and be convinced. Stiles Drug "Only the Best" Co. RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW. "ThO Home Paper." Published every Thursday by The Review Publishing Company, Incor- porated, at 459 North Walnut Street, Clarksville, l'exas. PHONE 62. Entered as second class mail mat- ter at the Post Office at Clarksville, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. Dudley Look, Editor and Manager. Subscription Rata: In Red River County: One Year |1.00 Six Months .60 Red River Outside County. One Year |1.60 Six Months .85 No subscription than six months. accepted for less Current Advertisement Rate Card furnished on application. MONUMENT TO A ROOSTER The monument idea has broken out in a new place. A bronae me- morial is to be erected at Adnms- Tllle, Rh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 April 1926

The Red River County Review, Thursday, April 15, 1926 Page Three * % liit «dti| My | •eB fUMi Til# LAYMEN'S AND PASTORS' CONFERENCE The Baptist Laymen's and Pastors' Conference meets with the Baptist Church of Sherry, Tuesday, April 20th. Every church is urged to be represented at this meeting. PROGRAM * aim of Tho Tho The The Tho The The 4kThe ^^l'he xnent. Tho Tho The The "he \ 81 Pre*. Mini* Phil\, Artlnt( Iflpicui Stoic Hi Christie Denioera 9:30—10:00 10:00—10:30 10:30—11:00. 1:00—11:30 10—12:16 00 Devotional R. B. Hollingsworth Reports from Churches—Emphasis a*—By Missionary Tho Aim and Purpose of the B. Y. P. U. Rev. J. A. Gibson Rev. A. B. Weathersby Stewardship Sermon Reverend Crain of Avery LUNCH SERVED BV CHURCH Devotional Cecil Doss Est: N@W Woman's Hour Our Baptist Hospitals.., Mrs. A. B. Weathersby Our Baptist Orphanages Mrs. John Dick Sage said Editor sal a Manu fact u re Her said er sa "ue sail. Ik Our Baptist Schools Rev. T. W. Mathls In a Speciieat hidustries arcnrI...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 April 1926

The Red River County Review, Thursday, April 15, 1926 tl * i <r,: I' f I I flp~ LOCALS ft Mrs. B. C. Jonea and Elizabeth Jopes visited In Bonbam with rela- ftivba over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Murray ot Dallas, spent the week-end with tbAir mother, Mrs. Nan Walker. Mrs. Vera Stone left Tuesday for South Texas, whre she will join her bcpthers and sisters in a reunion Mrs. Stone is one of the family of fotorteen children, all of whom lived to. maturity and were noted for their unswerving devotion to right living. Only Biz of the fourteen are living, two brothers and four sisters and all live in Texas except one sister, whose home is in Cleveland, Ohio. She will join Mr. Stone in Paris and they will proceed to Bartlet, near Austin, where they will have the re- union. Mrs. L. M. Conerly and son, Peeston, motored to Marshall Sun- day to visit Miss Ruth Conerly, who is doing some modeling for the JOaet Texas Pair. PRHBBYTKRIAN CHURCH Remember the Sunday School Sunday morning a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 April 1926

The Red River County Review, Thursday, April 15, 1926 Page Five a aim of fho St Tho Pre* Tho I'll ill. The Artist The 10 pic riie Stoic Al'lu: Christ!*, ^^'he Democa N ment. The Govern The Patrolt Tliu Sago hh I'll© Editor sa The Manufaetu anker Ha earner gogue s Slcian sal lOgist said cliologists In a Special Selling models in Imported Body, Swiss e very new and up-to-date Belt- ing rmcs If you want a hat of any kind from an in- expensive little sport hat to a good looking hand-made pattern, come in and make your selection from a stock complete in all the new and authentic styles from all the worth while designers. New shipment of Silk Frocks—each one amazing value— heavy flat crepes sheer chiffons. Picture for C. F. D. Here Thursday, 1£> "FIGHTING THH VLAMHK" TO UK HHOWN AT HRLRN'H PLAY- HOl .SK FOR KIRKMEN After planning for some time to hold some form of entertainment from which funds could be raised to replenish the "Firemen's Funa," it was the good fortune of the Clarks- vl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 April 1926

SK- r I"1- Page Sin JTBX CANDY KITCHEN. By Aunt Jo. *Wty down Bouth In New Orleans, the home of romance, Creoles and gqoft things to eat, the Mammies are famous for their delicious pralines, A und of candy peculiar to Lousi- an«, but, which, nevertheless, hai found favor everywhere. This wonderful sweet-meat Is not hard to prepare. With six ingredi- ent*, it Is possible to make a con- fection fully as delicious as any you cab buy in New Orleans. To start with, we must have one cup of maple sugar, one-half cup of N* W. Orleans molasses, one cup of cream, two ounces of butter, one- half teaspoon vanilla and one cup of peean nut meats. Now, take the first five ingredi- ents and boll them, stirring con- stantly, until a soft ball is formed When tried In cold water. Mean- while, sprinkle the nuts evenly about a pan, then pour the hot mixture over the nuts and Btlr until it be- gins to sugar. Have buttered pans rettily. and with a spoon, let the hot candy drip into small plleB. When those...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 April 1926

The Red River County Review, Thursday, April 15, 1926 mmSmSmmm For throo d;iyn I huvu ultendml a ■at state toat-luTH convention in n l-Mistorn city, i have heard tin an'oKiio talk liin ppclaKeose, seen ill" orator raise tho roof, and Kineli ih" brimstone of the imuHimiut. Tlun hme all talked about tho aims of <.(lm ation. Tonight iny head swims My ears still carry the Hounds of volt es and my eyes are hlinded with eon Xusinii visions. The Student said Hooks were the aini of education. The Scholar said Knowledge. The Preacher said Character. The Minister said Service. The Philosopher said Trust. The Artist saiu Beauty. Tho Kplcurean said Happiness. The Stoic said Self-Control. ^ho'^ie Christian said Self-Denial. ^^1'ho Democrat said Self-Govern- ment. The Governor said Loyalty. The Patroit said Patroltism. The Sage said Wisdom. The Kditor said Success. .The Manufacturer said Efficiency. PtIio Hanker said Wealth. I Tho Dreamer said Vision. The Pedagogue said Personality. Physician ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 April 1926

P«ge Eight The Red River Con«ty Review, Thur d y. April H. 1926 J I ' I NOTHING SMARTER THAN THESE PATTERNS! m v Priced at $10 I DUTCHESS I IROJJSeKSj free from loote iujfentf teams and belt UoM that ript Inaccurate •(*• mar^ngi t and other com- 9 won annoyance* Here are trouser patterns that give full play to your color preference, in stripes of all varieties. And with it all—the new- est styles, expert tailoring, perfedt fit. The name .... i P* Dutchess Trousers I CLARKSV/UE, TEXAS Troop Three to GoonHikeFri. PREPARATIONS BEING M .DE FOR INTER-TROOP FIELD MEET IN MAV O'Bannon Troop. Number Three, of the Boy Scouts of America, have made tentative plans for an all- night hike for tomorrow (Friday), weather permitting. The hoys %ill moet at an appointed place from where they will proceed to the spot chosen for their night in the open. Two meals will be prepared by th«) boys themselves and stories, gamei, practice in ritual work and prepara- tions for the passing of testa will constit...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 April 1926

The Red Rivor County Review, Thursday, April 15, 1926 x i"" f TbomasA. Edison. , Famous Figures of American History Thomas Alva Edison, world famous inventor, was born at Milan, Ohio, on February 11, 1S-17. Ho went to work as a more boy; his first position being that of train boy on the Grand Trunk Hallway. Be- sides selling papers, he published one of his own. the Grand Trunk Herald, editing and printing it in the baggage ear of Lho train. Hdison first learned of things electrical when a station master taught him telegraphy as a reward for having rescued his child from the path of an on-coming train. Ho soon fouud work as a tele- graph operator with the Western Union Telegraph Company, and thero began the serios of inventions which have brought him world-wide renown and fame. As a telegraph operator he was notod for the skill and rapidity with which he trans- mitted messages. Experimenting to find a means of effecting even more rapid transmission of telegraphic messagos, he invente...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 April 1926

How To Act In Motor Accident Stattatica continue to show, de- spite the care by the great majority of motor operators for highway safe- ty, that automobile adMdents con- tinue to an alarming degree. Un- looked tor emergencies, due to ait general congestion on all of the leading thoroughfares, cause many regrettable accidents in which the most careful operator may be in- volved. While not anticipating trouble, TI Clifford Brokaw, technical advisor of the West Side Y. M. C. A. Auto- mobile School, says it is wise to have some idea of what are the best things to do in case of acci- dent, as such knowledge may be the means of saving life. When an ac- cident happens first aid should be ministered to those who need it Mr. Brokaw believes that every owner of a car should have some knowledge of first-aid methods and carry a small case of first-aid ma- terials. "If there are serious injuries," he addB, "an ambulance should De called, if possible, or another car se- cured to hurry the injured...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 April 1926

• • The Red River County Review, Thursday, April 15, 1926 TWO SHU Page Eleven Inventions That Changed the World reminders of past [ Baseball Season Opens THK TELEPHONE (I It waB last week that we learned how the American artist, Samuel Morse, invented the electric "ele- graph. We learned how, only u few after the first line had been constructed between Baltimore and \Vushington, the wires connected pracl ic-ally every city east of the Mississippi river, and wo saw how lite advent of itwift conimuulcaciou bad brought about a closer contract between the people of the north, south, east ond west. lint with the telegraph, on? can only send written messages, it re- mained for another man thirty years later to give mankind a won- derful instrument by which one may actually hear the voices of friends, though they be hundreii of even thousands of miles away It was fifty years ago last month «hat Alexander Graham Hell was ex- perimenting with a new torni of tel- egraphic instrument. In 'tis ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 April 1926

ae Twelve The Reel River Cotmty Review, Thursday, April 15, 1926 Our Great Industries A Little Talk on Tranxporation If you ever take a long railway J«VBey and happen to pasts along the ■•Uthern shore of Lake Michigan by you will find that the sky is oafe red glow, and If you get to a ci*r field of view all the way to the 14|gp-shore, you will see scores of tail chimmeys pouring flames into th& night. Similarly, if you are rid- ing through the Pittsburg region or la. the vicinity of Blrlngham, Alaba- ma you will fln4 other great steel mll)s, for each forest of stacks is a smeltery, never idle. Now, why should these huge plants with their furnacos and rolling mills, alvays busy y ear in and year out, be situated in just these particular localities, namely, near Chicago, in WQfetern Pennsylvania, and in the hiUfi of northern Alabama? Well, let us sea. You will remember we learned In previous articles that a great propor- tion of the iron mines of the United States are centered in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 April 1926

r,UV ol ,tcna 3 > ) Stfu^r Cnunfu Steufem n/i* i ✓"v n B /n a ^-w« Official Organ of the City of Clarksville Volume V Clarksville, Texas, Thursday, April 22, 1926 Number 79 Red River County Ranks Second in Club Work RAIN DELAYS CLEAN-UP WEDNESDAY Franklin County First with 850; Red River Co. Second THIRTY runs LISTED. PRAC- TiCALLY EVERY COMMUNITY IN COUNTY R E PR ESKNTED With only a few strangling boy;-- of Red River County interested in any such diversions, and with noth- ing but a little spare time and lot1 of energy to work with, County Agent, Louis F. Arnold brought about the first one-day Short Course for members of the few clubs he had succeeded iu organizing in his ter- ritory, which was held in the sprlnv; of 1921 and was attended by ap- proximately 75 boys. Just twenty days ago today, the same county agent with an assistant, succeeded iu conducting a two-day course which was uttended by almost 500 club members from thirty clubs, repre- senting almost every community and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 April 1926

Two ovnt ooum rbvorv. "Ill Hob* Paper." Ikibllshed ««jr Thursday by Th« - ~ Incor- 4(9 North Walnut Street, Taxes. PHONIC 68. Kmkw Publishing Company. ClftkarlUe, Entered as second claw mall mat- te^at the Post Office at Clarkaville, Tagtf, under the aet of March I. Dftdley Look, Editor and Manager. Babecriptlon Rates: In Red River County: Oai Year 11.00 8fiT Months 60 Red River OnUide County. Oa£ Year fl.BO BUT Months .86 No subscription accepted for less theb six months. Current Advertisement Rate Card Lilts O'love, jwd Laughter. The Red River County Review, Thurtday, Apri^2. 1926 'Give' em the Hook% ENVY I wonder, passing by the farms, how many boys like me— I mean like me in the old days—are longing to be free. H<fc many grieve when waking from the summer night's last drowse, Tim, they must leave their beds and go to milk the lowing cows? He* many feel that fate's unkiad when In the sun-warmed morn Th$r have to go along the rows and hoe the standing corn? HqK many envy me as ...

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