ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Red River County Review Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 834 items from Red River County Review, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
834 results
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 April 1926

The Red River County Review. Thurtday, April 22, 1926 «• «• PageTk** KELLY'S REMOVAL SALE CLARKSVILLE. TEXAS Continues with Phenomenal Values in Dry Goods & Shoes FREE SHOES One lot 80 pairs women's strap and pump slip- pers will be sold for $1.00 each and we £ive an- V. other pair FREE <Ar*TrM BUILDING LEASED The building now occupied by Kelly's Shoe Store has been leased to the Perry Brothers Chain Store Organization. Kelly's must be moved to other quarters. Every pair of shoes in our stock is reduced to the lowest possible point. Several thousand dollars worth of Dry Goods and Clothing has just been added to our stock to be sold during our Removal Sale. Get prices here before you buy. ATTEND This week if possible.—Best selections go first. -,<y i A .'-AJ Union Suits Full cat Nainsook Unions for mien at— 39c Domestic Best (trade, yard wide Brown Domestic at— 14c Select Your ShoesHere Where YouHave Over 3,000 Pairsto Select From Dry Goods Bargains CAPS 48c Good assortment...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 April 1926

Four The Red River County tWicw, Thurxiay, April 22, 1926 Good Used Cars 1926 Ford Touring, practically new $475.00 1925 Ford Touring, new paint, good tires $350.00 1922 Ford Touring, with starter, new paint 1921 Ford Touring, starter. A bargain $50.00 1924 Overland Roadster, new paint $295.00 1918 Buick Six Touring, new tires $225.00 1918 Dodge Touring, new paint, good tires $200.00 TERMS SCARBOROUGH & CALDWELL DODGE BROTHERS MOTOR CARS CLARKSVILLE Across the street from Caton-Goodman Dodge Brothers Dealers Sell Good Used Or LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Williams were rigors in Paris on Thursday. Pttga visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morris wer i Mrs. Tom Wilson, of Detroit, was tb&gnest of friends here on Tuesday. Mrs. Tom Young, of Texarkana, is th« guest of ber sister, Miss Bena Clark. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Caton and Mm. P.. Y. Creager returned from Denisou whore they attended Presbytery. Mesdames Teel Bowers and C. M. Kennedy were Paris visitors Thurs- day of last week....

Publication Title: Red River County Review
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 April 1926

The Red River County Review, Thursday, April 22, 1926 1 •• !• Page Five SATURDAY APRIL 24 «• Supplying the right hats at the right prices when you want them is our bus- iness. Every express brings new summer millinery. Crochet Visca, Swiss Hair, Imported Body, Panamas and REAL Bangkok. Sport Hats, for all occasions, in smart, close fitting shapes or larger styles. For those who —like to plan their own hats, or who want to have one remodeled, we have lovely materials, flowers and wide'selection of untrimmed shapes. We guarantee perfect workmanship. "Cash-and-Carry" Court Opens in Chicago Chicago's new traffic court operating on a system borrowed from the mail-order house and the cash-and-carry grocery of the commercial world, opened recently in Chicago opposite the City Hall. Municipal Judge William E. Helander is in charge. The police are suppllod with the com- bination arrest slip and priced catalogue of offenses. The usual trial will be granted the motorist If he does not want to ...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 April 1926

Dm Red Rijftr Cooaty Review, Thursday, April 22, 192ft STYLISH SPORTS By Voorhees •fSO FIORIDEE D!f> /WHIN HiS PA b f ju$ D THAT TC iM F|i f!' PAYS TOT TWO j an" ' He LOOK'.'. UKfV; SL^!E5«tOW^ /> i or >• <_i ME ILL SAY MPS JUST A COAT K ... AN' TWO PftlP <- Of PANTS w ALL ! KIN MtKE ' ^ wn.< A DiME tSli.. ..- -~~r* ' : • •• - /« tONG AS I C0U.0 HOLD KV [ICEATM ^ AND i'M '.'UFPOSED ,TO 86 SHORT- WINC'tP I AAWTfOTO I SOl'OME s LAND fWJVIKGj roe lem ^SIMPSOW] '.ONNfCTFO Nor UNTIL Just being downtown when the boob THAT LEfT home on a freight blows in with A came on his mm SHORT FURROWS By Kin Hubbard Your Girl ajnt> your boy By Arthur Dean, SC.D. The Tarent Counsellor THE GUT BYKR8 Ib your school hoy or erirl a get- byer? I met one recently. He wan looking at the map of the British Itdes and he was saying: "North Sea 115" "North Sea 105" North Sea 106." "What are you doing, my boy?" I asked. The reply was: "Studying geogra- phy." "But what under the earth do yon me...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 April 1926

The Red River County Review, Thursday, April 22, 1926 Parrot* and monkeys oooirenta upon " telephone wires In Mexico, causing much trouble tor the com- paalea. Page Seven NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC The New Red River Shoe Repair Shop is Now Open at 199 West Main St. Using only th« b«wt nutU-riuls and first cluMi work on 1 adieu' and gents', and boys' and girls' shoos. All Work Guaranteed It will I'ay You to Give Us a Trial "I AM JUST A POOft FABMKR" How many of you bare heard the expression, "I am Just a poor farm- er"? isn't it Just about time tho farmers of this country quit bemean- ing their own occupation and took a little pride in it? Who ever heard of a merchant, a doctor, a lawyer or a brick mason talk about hia Job as though he were ashamed of it? Sue- cessful men, and many who have not yet attained success, are proud i of their occupation, trade or pro- I fession—all but the farmor—and | not one of them has as much to be i proud of as a farmer who success- j fully combats insects ...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 April 1926

Pfege Eight The Red River County Review, Thursday, April 22, 1926 • *■?... • tm from !mm buMiv M-fUtni kme bands; t*- end othtr tmborrtutmtnb * I They are watching you as well as your game Golf is. the one sport that demands clothing of extreme smartness. . A To appear at your best, your knickers must pass the most critical inspection. For 'tis better to be "off-your-game" than out- of-style. Dutchess Knickers are far above par in cut and fit— and comfort/ Priced at $4.95 to $10.00 CLARKSWuTt, CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR NOTES Mable Gibbons was leader of the Christian Endeavor Society last Sun- day evening. The topic of the les- son was "The Sabbath." A very Interesting program was given, including the following talks: "Preparation Day," Mary Sunkel. "How to Spend Sunday," William Parker. "Joys-of Sabbath," Audrey Graves. "The Blue Laws," Dick Moore. "Sabbath Examples," Evelyn Har- ris. "Sabbath and Sports," Audrey Austin McMillan. "Selfish Sabbath Breakers." Judge Bagby. "Social Spirit," Mr...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 April 1926

The Red River County Review, Thursday, April 22, 1926 Pfcge Nine ft. O. FREEMAN MOVED TO CHRKO IMft WEEK , i Annona, Texas.—R. O. Freeman and family left last week for Cheko, Texas, where Mr. Freeman will lie employed in a dry goodtt concern. He was manager of the firm of L. K. Russell and Company here for several years. Mr. Freeman was an active mem- her of the Annona Fair Directors, Chamber of Commerce and Aniuin;t School Board. Ho was to have boon identified with all important civic enterprises and was a type of work- er and booster (hat will b « mis-el very much by his town. Federal Reserve Hanks state that it costs the average bank 7 3-4 cents every time a depositor draws n check. Wie BULL'S EYE "Editor and General Manager WILL ROGERS 7 Another "Dull" Durham ad« vertisemcnt hvVVill Rogers, Zicscfcld Follies and screcn star, and leading American humorist. More coming Watch for them. Congress No. 2 Statistics have proven that only one-half of one per cent of the speeches made in ...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 April 1926

Page Ten The Red River County Review, Thursday, April 22, 1926 SMOOTH PERFORMANCE SPEED-POWER Things that all drivers wish for their cars and that so few acquire. Regardless of the make of your car, it's smoothness of performance depends large- upon the quality of lubricants and gaso- lines used. You could not expect the best results from the use of inferior materials. Ask us the exact thickness and weight of the oil you should use—our chart will in- form you. Caton-GoodmanAuto Supply Co. Great Sporting Events of the Past When Grange Made His Debut It's a strange and curious fact bow great a hold the outdoor man take* upon the hearts and minds of thq American people. Babe Ruth's naste is a household word to many who never heard of Alexander Gra- hanf Bell. General Winfleld Scott itf known to hundreds of thousands; Jaqk Dempsey 1b known to millions. An<J It has been only a year or two sinftb there stepped into the public eyg a ypung man who destined to bvfpme more famous in the fi...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 April 1926

The Red River County Review, Thursday, April 22, 1926 Page Eleven Inventions That Changed the World The Modern Battleship It we go down to a big Nary yard aid watch the great ships at the docks being cealea and cleaned or if we see a battleship steaming do«n the river, It Is very difficult to realize that less than seventy years ago the best navies in the world con- sisted of a collection of wooden ves- sels which a modern destroyer could send to the bottom of the sea in ten minutes. It usnally takes a war to produce a new Invention if the Invention is of a military or naval nature. Such was the case with the first iron- clad battleship. Tho American Civil War gave us the first armo/- plated warship and also the first CONTINUOUSLY PERFECT SERVICE Willard Batteries, both phrases which are synonymous. That there is no delay and no break in the perfect service of your storage battery is proven every day in the year by satisfied owners of cars equipped with Willard Batteries. And we say...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 April 1926

P gg Twelve The Red River Couaty Review, Thursday, April 22, 1926 $ ¥•> When It Is Drugs «F —it is often necessary to know a satisfac- tion to be sure that Drugs purchased here are of best quality. We always try to please our customers. Always get the "Best" in Drug buying, not only in the way of highest quality but the best in point of service and in lowest prices. , Stiles Drug Co. "Only the Best" -Jy Some men in love can't tell the ^ difference between a child-like faith I and a childish one! I You want advice, eh, George? All right, George, here we go. Better strap yourself In tight. This aviation stuff is dangerous business, especial- ly as I think nothing of tail-spins, nose-dives and spirals. We're off. So your Lilian has a bad habit of questioning every motive as your courtBhip goes on, does she? Too bad, George. As soon as a man dis- covers that a girl Is thinking things out in a shrewdly feminine way, he begins to be frightened, doesn't he, George? And that is why you h...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 April 1926

VnVvei ,„H IUtt£r County JRmtrau Official Organ of the City of Clurksville Volume V Clarksville, Texas, Thursday, April 29, 1926 Number 80 "Cleanest City" •/ Realized Tuesday ARMY OF TRUCKS COMPLETE HAULING EARLY IN THE AFl'ERNOON I* • (lathering at the appointed lir r Tuesday morning on the market square, the army of truck and driv- ers arranged for by the Truck Com- mittee went at the work at hand with a vengeance and the cry of the workers was realized long before nightfall. A systematic assignment of trucks and workers to certain sec- tions of the city proved of intrinsic value to the success of the campaign and enabled those in charge of the af- fair to report Clarksville as "Tho Cleanest City in Texas." ' While the organization of workers 'ihat was perfected at the mass meet- ing at the city hall two wooks ag.. f.ou 1 <! not have been expected to re- main organized, the veritable army which gathered for duty Tuesday proved conclusively that the peoples hearts were in their ...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 April 1926

I/' The Red River County Review, oocmr Tb« Bom Pap«r" Paklisbod «T«rr Tbitrtdar by __ MlrtiT Pvbttafeu* Coapaar. laeor- ■ Willi at Of* North Walnut Sire*. Chrtwllle. Tou FHOMt «L (•(•r«d u second elm mail mat- (ir it tl* Post Office at ClarkarMe, j Taftaa. under the act of March 1.1 lift. Dudley Look, Editor and Manager. Sabacfiptioa Rates: la Red Hirer County: Om Yaar 1 00 Ms Month* 60 Bad River Oauide Gouty. Om Yaar 11.50 , Ms Month* .66 No BotacriptioD accepted for lest than atx most ha. c Blossom Tune Along the Concrete Current Advertisement Rate Card furnished on application. Famous Figures of American History THBODOKK KOOfsKVELT 1858—10)9 Thursday, April 29, 1926 urinates and often brine, sur^r^^. relief <A IftiA Itinna^ c«._ and when I hant I had a catch in my bark. I ^ headache* and di*«y PelU' twu little spot* came before my , felt Ured and depresx-d my fail, Moated feeling out old waste matter you never thought wben Ind my kidney* weak aud system Kicfflltot your constip...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 April 1926

U:b thu old WM for The Red River County Review. TKui%day. April 2$, 1926 Our Great Industries V. IRON AND STEEL LIIJB Page Three Inventions That Changed the World MAROON I AND THK KADIO upon the general public and ted •wept the country uy storm. Since 10^1 industry has grown from one which served only the government and a few commercial companies to a widespread business which ranks . —mnmmmm with the automobile and mottos picture laduatrtea. Today there la a radio In nearly every home and the amusement and entertainment it affords is second to none. From Molten Metal to Steel Itails In less than half an hour twenty tons of brittle cast-Iron have been converted into strong but elastic steel by means of the wonderful Hessemer process which we have described in the last article. Now the steel is to undergo the final stages in the process from which it will emerge as steel rails, car wheels, watch springs and needles. The great Bessemer converted, brimming with white hot sleet, pours o...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 April 1926

m i r Page Four wmr TheRedRiwr^in^^ Thursday, April29J926 J AMERICAN LEGION MINSTREL AND FOLLIES 1926 EDITION TUESDAY EVENING MAY 4TH Helen's Playhouse A BIG SHOW WITH A BIG CAST Fun-Laughter-Entertainment Get Yours Todav Tickets Now on Sale at STILES DRUG COMPANY Admission 50c and 75c PLANS TO LESSEN NURSING COSTS Austin, Texas, April 24.—Plans tq lower the present high cost of ntU&lng will be discussed at the bien- «fj^J convention of the National Nurs- Ijft organization and the American j^Utta Congress at Atlantic City, M^y 17 to 22. Two of the plaiiB to b^. considered are known as "group nursing" and "hourly nursing," and pjf&'vide for the care of patients h'oith within and without the hospital. Tj^p aim of both plane is tor the care the average person who is not ill gh for a full-time nurse, or who financial reason, does not wish t«|h«apIoy ene. \ t According to' Miss L. Jane Duffy, 0t)2ervisor of th'e state public health ntQfelng service, the plan of "hourly njjy&O...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 April 1926

£ The Red River County Review, Thursday, April 29, 1926 ELIZABETH ARDEN has sent her personal npw iwi who has had years ofexperience in the Art)en Salon in New York, t ei/it our toilet preparation department on MAY. 3rd and 4th Take this opportunity to consult an expert and to receive ber personal advice en tie eer> rect care and treatment of your skin, Private ■ consultations without charge* STILES DRUG CO. Society Friday Bridge Club Mrs. J. C. Durrum was hostess on Friday to the members of the Friday Bridge Club and other friends at her heme on West Mailt. The many flowers were indeed lovely in their effective arrangement throughout the home. ^ In the game Mrs. C. D. Scaff was Pawarded the club prize, which was an exquisite handmade towel. The visitors prize was received by Mrs. Roy Bell, of AmariUo, and was two dainty linen handkerchiefs. The hostess was assisted in serv- ing an excellent luncheon, by Mes- dames 8eth Bailey aind E. R. Stiles. The members and visitors present w...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 April 1926

The Red River County Review, Thursday* April 29, 1926 is l> u 2S STYUSH SPORTS By Voorhees SHORT FXJRROWS By Kin Hubbard DON'T YOU WORPV AND FRET ABOUT ME AND THIS CAR* WHEN I GET THROUGH IT Will RUN.WHAT 1 MEAN JUST 00 PACK IN THE HCl"j£ * BECAUSE IIXT YA GET AWAY WITH DRIVING FROf^THE BACK SEAT NOW YA jdepot] THERE VOU ARE f THAT? YOU EVERY TIME I JUST WHEN WE DECIDE TO GO SOMEPLACE YOU'VE GOT THAT CAP All APART AND ARc TRYING TOJWT IT TOGETHER A&AIN > THAT PILE OF JUNK ALWAYS WAS A PUZZ.LETO ME BUT TWERES NO USE IN YOU MONKEYING WITH IT = YOU CAN'T WORK IT. AND WNA1 YHA-HA couio Mr SHE HA* 00 TO he no? ANAWM TIMf OVER"* IT? Il.l V HBAWTHEiiXfjfi' CA!?S —',0NLY WANTA DO IT FROM I HE GARAGE PATUR IT ESki.,4^I 1 LISTENIN6 IN AS THE NEW NEIGHBORS PUT ON THEII? WEEK-END CABARET On Travelin' This is th' age o' travlin'. Jest n few years ago only th' rich an' edi- tors traveled and knew what lay be- yond. O' course many who have liv- ed t' middle age got t' see Niagray Falls a...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 April 1926

The Red River County Review, Thursday, April 29, 1926 Page Seven Saturday Strolls i kj Ti-nr * Windy City By Stanton M. Meyer If you would truly know your Chicago you must seek its "open spaces and Its hidden corners ac- cording to their lights. State Street at noon, of course. The Drive at eleven-thirty on Raster rooming. The blazing lights on Randolph Street are best viewed ■milium SERVICE TRUCK L T. Prewitt Phone 594 11 through a screen of swirling Know- flakes the night the Old Year leaved town, while to have seen the Union Station "as is," one must have stooci in the center of the great ;on- course at commuters' hour. Rut when the hot breath of a July afternoon beats the stock- yards smoke down into your face and the down-town pavements be- come us the floor of a vast oven, then—if you must have diversion- Jump for the "L""* stairs, sjwirm abroad the first Evanston express that you see, and leave the train when the conductor shouts "Wil- son." It has been said in truth many, ma...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 April 1926

The Red River County Review, Thursday. April 29, 1926 : i I & a $4.95 to Smarts always! Priced at $10.00 Imported flannels, -in patterns rich but sub- dued, are alwayi correct for the most exacting social functions. Beautifully tailored and smartly styled along the newest lines, Dutchess Flannel Trousers give you that feeling of being dressed beyond reproach, every time, everywhere. R DUTCHESS I BTROUSERSi fret from loo se buttons; icama an J bell loopt thai rip I inaccurate tut margin js; and other common annoy ante* CLARKSV/LU, TEXAS CHEVROLET CLIMBS STEPS MISSISSIPPI CAPITOI The two millionth Chevrolet pro- duced by the Chevrolet Motor Com- pany recently cllmed the steps of the new state capltol building at Jackson, Mississippi, while members of the adjourning state legislature viewed the performance. A heavy rain preceding the event made the climb at a 46 degree angle, hazardous, but failed to scatter a erowd of more than 7,000 which waited throughout the downpour. Burned pa...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 April 1926

The Red River County Review,. Thursday, April 29, 1926 MECKKTAHY Wll/ltrit SAYS (iOOUIJYH TO <X>MI>lt. HIM Sl lDKSS (IN I'OI.A It I'l.KiHT IIYIU> V. - :nv(J The above photo «hown Secretary of the Navy Wilbur and ComsiundiT Richard B .Byrd who will leave noon on a trip to the 1'nlar regions where he will attempt a plane flight iner the North Pole. S> < retary Wilbur presented Coindr. Ryrd to the I'resid- nt who wished him success in his expedition. Secretary Wilbur is sho \vn above bidding Itird guodoy. SCANTY CLOTH KM, HKJ CAliK, RUINATION TO V()l \(..,it SKT Young folks are hurtling t" dea'ii in high-geared ears and scunty rlothes, according to the judguirin of Mrs M. A. Hii,ley. 91 "Thp fast pace of modern youth is killing thein in the prime o. their lives." charges 111itnotlier oi a 7.'!-year-old daughter. "Modern girls tear around t!u country almost naked to da nee all night, or drive a htm !red mil an hour in storm and ra.ti. Huviiu: forgotten all rules of hea...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 April 1926

• • I i I 1 I i i- I F * iff ? W'' * w 2c Ten The Red River County Review, Thursday, April 29, 1926 • r v. (, Tells of Journey to Texas Vown 91, Describes Covered Wagon Trip la tbe Early Days Thrills of truth exceeded throbs of fiction recently when Mrs. M. A. B4tey. 91, was judged winner of a telling contest between women of„ the First Baptist Church. Her 4e{$pnt of a pioneer Journey to Tex- M follows: "I was born 91 years ago on n big, farm near Paris, Tennessee. What 1 remember best of those Teffnessee days was tbe ending, whfcn, on an epochal day in my ninth y«tf. father sold his place .to join th%.rush to Texas. "'Solomon Murrie, my father, was not a man to carry his family over lmtfertain paths to satiBfy his up pe$/te for adventure, but letters trm friends in tbe west fire* hi* Imagination, while they appealed to bit business sense. At that time, in 1S43. Texas was on a boom like Flqtfda today. Coverod Wagon Trip ''We started westward in a cover- ed/wagon drawn by four big ho...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
x
Loading...
x
x