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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 April 1926

• • The Red River County Rsrfewr, Jhunday. April 29,. 1926 ™>^^^B^sgitmmmmagssmesaagmmmmmB&slessemBltmtassBgsssa4sBasBssBs=B! P«Oe Eleven lit Great Sporting Events of the Past Across America in a Motor Car Then years ago a group of tnei decided to show a doubting public that the automobile, which had beer, found neceBsary in cities and towm for pleasure riding aud short hauls, was the equal, if not the superior, ol the fastest trains that crossed th< continent. These men were a handful of bold racing drivers. They were sup- ported by large automobile com- panies and were determined to prove that the motor car could and would stand up on the longest runs over every kind of road. Most people were of the opinion, even as late as 1916, that if an ordi- nary stock car were driven at high speed over country roads, it would fall apart at the end of the first five hundred miles. It had been seven- teen years since the auto had been accepted as a practical, commercial aud pleasure ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 April 1926

The Red" River County Review, Thursday, April 29, T92k I I FOB LAKI BACKS, ACHING THB HAVT MAM JOIXTH OR STIFF Ml) HOLES .WHAT IB BACK OP THB MAN WHO WINS? ' "Don't expect perfection in a man Just because he Is a sailor. It you 4o you will be disappointed. The Navy makes men better, but no hvman agency uuder the starr1' canopy makes men perfect. If he Is a sailor you have the rlfcht to pre- sume he is a fairly good man, but do not condemn all Navy men even though a few do turn out bad. Even the Great Teacher Himself had his Judas! The aim and purpose of the Navy is to receive none other than tne best of men into the service, keep them i;ood, and make them more perfect. Judge the service not by a tew failures of selection, but by its aim and the average of good con- duct of those that serve in it. Th t average is high, and it therefore should receive credit _and respect in- stead of condemnation. One great mistake that the American people of today adhere t >, Is to Judge others by...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 6 May 1926

... 'A J , ol ,^e^' JRrii Stftrcr ®mmty lutein Volume V Official Organ of the City of Clarksville Clarksville, Texas, Thursday, May 6, 1926 Number 81 Woman Relates Story of Ray Stuart Killing TESTIMONY OF MAKY DEVLIN AND MOTHER FEATl'IlKS IN SAT. PROCEEDINGS (Paris News.) Detailed account of how she shot iiiul killed Ray Stuart, togother with events in connection with the k'.UIitK as related by the defendant, Mary Devlin, herself, and Introduction of evidence of a nature contradictory to testimony offered by her mother, Mrs. J. P. Devlin, were proceedings df sustained interest for the crowd that packed the district court room during the trial of the case Satur- day. Introduction of evidence be- Kim in the case at 1:30 o'clock in the afternoon after two days anil a half had been devoted to selection of a jury and hearing of motions and contested motions of various charac- ter. The twelfth juror, I. F. Cowley, Paris filling station proprietor, wa; accepted by both sides at 11:40 Sat u...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 6 May 1926

PagteTwo The Redf River County Review, Thursday, May 6, 1926 SHORT FURROWS By Kin Hubbard A w w A I'm glad t' see th' custom o' hand shakin' on th' wane. It doesn't mean anything anymore, unless It in a pre- monition, a sort o' warnin'. that some one 1b goin' t' try t' trim you. Graspin' hands is a gesture which made ltB appearance In antiquity «.s a legal act symbolic o' th' parties jolnin' n compart, peace, or trfomj ship. We all recall th' picture U( Home one of our earlier school books showin' William Penn shakin' hands with an Indian. Penn an' his party; greatly outnumbered th' Indians. «■> this particular Indian couldn' do any« thing eise but put out his hauu t' Help Your Cow Make Cash Buy a Viking Cream Separator On Easy Terms MAIN PRODUCE GLARKSVILLH I'enn after Penn had put out his hand t' him. Indians have been known t" shake hands with our early pioneers, who hewed their homes out o' our virgin forests, an' then drop around after nightfall an' kill ever- buddy in th' s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 6 May 1926

The Red River JQ^ity, Review, TKuiW^y. M^y 6, 1926 PageTbree Inventions That Changed the World when man lkaknho to fly If you Hve near un air mall route, you can hear the droning hum of the swift mail planes as they fly by over head day and night.It has not been so many years, however, since the air plane was regarded as a flimsy expe- rimental plaything, not much strong- er that the kite, and when it wi>.< considered suicide to risk one's lifo to a flight of a machine. The WorM War, of course, gave the develop- SERVICE TRUCK L T. Prewitt Phone 594 lllllll ment of the flying machine its great Impetus, but the start was made sev- eral years before. There are many stories concrn ing the invention and developmet t of the airplane. Many experimenters struggled to solve the problem of flight; some were successful and others were not, but it is generally conceded that to the two Wright brothers, Orville and Wilbur, goes the honor of haviug constructed tne first successful man-carryi...

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

£sl£SL The Red River Cauaty Review, TTwiraday, May 6, 1926 Tk@ BIG HAT SALE Saturday, May 8th A remarkable sale of Early Summer hats —in silks, straws and combination flower and ribbon trim. Many of these are love- ly pattern hats and may be worn all sum- mer. Sale Price $1.95, $5.00 and $7.50 LOCALS $1 Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McMillan left early Wednesday morning for Sher- man. Mrs. McMiilian will vi alt with relatives there while Mr. Mc- Millan will go to Ft. Worth. They will return Sunday. Mr- and Mrs. Oscar McBryde and -.Mra, J. C. Durrum were the guests OH, friends and relatives in Terrell th&paBt week-end. Miss Camilla Patterson of Wash- tn&on, D. C. is the guest of rela- tives and friends here for several days. Mrs. J. W. O'Neill returned horn- Sunday from Birlmingham, Ala whqre she spent several days. She was accompained home by little Louise Campbell. MesdameB C. D. Scaff, A. D. Len- nox, C. D. Lennox, Peyton West and Miss Margaret Bagby were Paris vini- lotfl last Frida...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 6 May 1926

The ReJ'River County Review, Thursday, May 6, 192$ Pa^e Five Week-End Specials on Swift Premium Hams and Bacon Eight to ten pound average, best of hams, only 35c pound. Price good until Saturday night. Also, Swifts Premium Bacon in 1 pound boxes, 50c per box. McCulIoch Gro. Co. SOCIETY Methodist W. M. 8. The Methodist Women's Mtesion- Mry met on Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Minor Bounds. Mis. Laura Doak led the dewrdion- al, which waB followed by the open- ing song "Take Time to be U*ly." The society -was led taa prayer by Mrs. J. A. Dysart and Due bulletin was given by Mrs. Hudw<n Edward*. af- ter which reportB for the quarter ■were made by the officers. Mrs. oo Wednesday of last week to the members of the Bride* Clob and others, from 1 until S o'clock. Many beautiful roses and snap* dragons carried out a color scheme of pink and white, which was also lent to the 'colonial lady' place cards and the delicious two course lunch- eon. The tables were very attract- ively ador...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 6 May 1926

"Hie Red River Cptfaty Review, Thursday, May 6,1926 Page Six Our Great Industries i GOAL t. A Talk ob "Black Diamonds" Coal, like iron, is one of the moat Important resource* that any coun- try can have. This is doubly true, toi while iron and steel manufac- ■-1IL- !■ 1 l-l.. THE STAR HAS MORE POWER OPERATES FOR LESS Get it Today A Year to Pay Bollman Motor Co. Phone 10® Terms Trade ture is one of the foremost contribu- ting causes to our modern scientific progress, without our coal resources the steel industry would shrink to practically nothing. We are inclined to think of coal as being used chiefly for heating our houses. While this is a very im- portant use, only a small fraction of the coal that is mined each year is burned up in our basement furnaces. Coal, and its byproducts, coke and gas, are used in practically every im- portant industry. Even in factories where electric power is employed, it Glasses Fitted Accurately By Registered Optometrist SATISFACTION GUARANTEED FRANK ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 6 May 1926

I! ll < I f | i f " !<'4 n 1 k tJ i g i Andrew, Carnegie Famous Figures of V-' American History Andrew Carnegie. captain of In- dustry, and benefactor of humanity, was born in bumble circumstances in Dunfermline, Scotland, in Novein her, 1XH7. lie emigrated at the ago of eleven with his parents to America, settling in Allegheny City, I'a. His first posi- tion was that of bobbin-boy in a cot- ton factory. A few years later he be- came a telegraph operator . As the secretary of the Assistant Secretary of War, he visited the front during ihe Civil War. The beginnings of bis enormous fortune were acquired In 1SH I when Carnegie commanded u large profit from some of the first oil wells in the country. But by far his great- est success was due to Ills develop- ment of the iron and steel Industrie.? at Pittsburg. Carnegie made Pitts- burg, the steel capital of America. By 188S he had under his dontrol a huge plant served by tributary iron and coal fields, a railway 4125 miles long an...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 6 May 1926

Thi RcdRrrer Cmmty Review, Thursday, May 6, 1926^ i > i i i ! TOB&MAN FOR himsblpi great Some men like wide stripes In theix trouscr patterns—some narrow Others prefer the solid colors so popular to-day. And so, to please them all, we feature these stylish Dutchess (Trousers. 4 1 DUTCHESS! TROUSERS I frm jrom loote button* and btll Zoom * < rip; inaccurat* im t rnJ "Atr com> PRICED AT $4.95 to $10.00 CLARKSV/lif texas BOYS INJURED IN WRECK CHRISTIAN ENDEAVOR NOTES The Honey Grove "Junior Ftre De- partment" met with a serious acci- dent on their first "run" Tuesday af- ternoon on the pike a short distan^o north of town, when the automobile which they were driving blew out a front casing on the down-grade, hurl- ing the car completely over on the seven occupants, and injuring all of them more or less. The car belong- ed to Arthur Diedrick. The car had been rigged up as a minature fire truck and the boys were enjoying a ride about 5 o'clock when the acci- dent occurred. Ea...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 6 May 1926

The Red River County Review* Thurnky, May 6, 1926 i Page Nine oouiftor "The Home Paper." Published every Thursday by The Review Publishing Company, Incor- porated, at 459 North Walnut 8treet. Clarksville, Texas. PHONE M. Entered as second class mall mat- ter at the Post Office at Clarksville, Texas, under the act of March 3. 18T9. I Dudley Look, Editor and Manager. Subscription Rates: In Red Kiver County: One Year $1.00 Six Months .60 Red River Outside County. One Year $1.60 Six Months No subscription accepted for less than six months. Current Advertisement Rate Card furuitthed on application. FROM TBAOHKR TO KXNC- UTIVK IN TWO YKARH In 1921 he was a country school teacher, drawing a meager salary six or eight months out of the year. |and discouraged with the outlook tor the future. Early in 1923 be was Deputy Col- lector of Internal Revenue for the District of Arkansas, with an *U- year-round Income many times that which he had drawn as teacher. "I'm just beginning my career," ho s...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 6 May 1926

s i The Red River County Review,, Thursday, May 6, I926 Saturday Strolls IN THE u Windy City By Stanton M. Meyer BLACK BELT WANDERINGS You may have walked into it from the east by way of Oakwood Boule- vard, in which case you wer* proh- ably quite aware that you act nail* bad entered the Black Belt. The large square mansions of tirick an stone that lined Grand Boulevard at Pershing Road do not at once an- nounce to the pedestrian that be nat> pvt behind him the eastern gates of the colored kingdom, especially if be be from the South. Or it may be that you took a state Mreet car and came in by the northern port of entry that runs it- self just out of reach of the great jagged shadow cast by the Loop Little matter, though, what route you choose to follow into Chicago's darktown. You cannot miss it. Ten miles square, with its eastern ex- tremity pushed against the lake as far south as Thirty-fifth Street ana its western arm hung familiarly *- round the stockyards, the Blact Belt is ...

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

• • The Red River County Review, Thursday, May 6, 1926, Page Eleven am Hundreds Have Attended-Have Saved-Will You? Be honest with yourself—your fami'y. Can you afford to let this golden opportunity to save money on everything you or your family will need for the whole year? Dry goods, shoes, and clothing selling at bare cost of manufacture and less; Tlie story is simple. Copeland Dry Goods Co. will move; the doors of this institution will be closed forever in Clarksville, Texas, after two short weeks positively, and without fail. Prices were never lower; can't possibly be lower. The only reason for such drastic price reduction is the fact that its much easier to move money than merchandise Don't wait, come today or tomorrow. See what a little money will do—Nothing Reserved, Nothing must remain. Honest Can \ ou afford to let J this Bargain Feat pass unnoticed? Wise men and wo- men know when the wheel is turning in their favor. Attend this SALE Some of the Outstanding Values This Sale...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 6 May 1926

5 e I i 'b Fagg Twelve Great Sporting Events of the Past The Had River County Review, Thursday, May 6, <926 Classified Ads For Sale THE FIRST WORLD FLIGHT There Ib one great event that will for&rer atand out tn history as a trinjnph ot accomplishment, not only loihe sporting world, but also in the C144 of science and commerce. We W0H include it, however, aB an event of sport, for the handful of brave a nigricans who participated In the fln( World flight regarded their voy- «rt hot as a coldly calculated scien- tific undertaking, nor as a commer- cial venture. To the group of army •▼tfhto" who flew around the wor!d in 1924 the World Flight waB an ad- vetffcnre that possessed all the keen tluVls and dash of an auto race or a football game. Starring at Sauta Monica, Califor- nia* on March 17th, 1924, the four plaiouBS, ' 'Seattle" (flagship), ' oni ca<£", "New Orleans" and "Boston," lik4 the caravels of Columbus, be- gan" their history-making journey. On April 15th, a serious...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 13 May 1926

Lit* /A V ol jjj* HS&xxtt County Official Organ of the City of Clarksville Volume V WHITE Clarksville, Texas, Fhursday, May 13, 1926 Number 82 SUGGESTED ESDAY 0^ Four Are Killed In Bad Hail Storm DAMAGE TO PROPERTY AND CHOI'S IN (HH'NTY IS V N PIIEOEDENTED Stylish Sports -By Voorhees g IMP l/OLDlLLUSLMT^ji-K'A ISAAC IS AT 7 ■' A SKETCH tjjj S9MSL-R SmSmfi n Bur I; i T,,'' "IF i .i. ,■ f HrPE I AM.COMING ALONG Hf3E.80lNG NORTH-NOM'M CCJULO HCO MWV IThe Purls News) k With four persons reported kill- ed, Vlio aged negro woman miBslnp. five persons seriously Injured, bov- eral others hurt,* about- tBit,000 acres of crops totally devastated and with extensive property rfH'ii- sige, south and southwestern Laniar *ouny seems to huve born the bruill of cine of the most terrific rain, wind and hail storms that ever swept through Northeast Texas. The storm originated near Deuison in Grayson county, and tore a path about iun ruilrs wide through portions of Kali- nin. Lamar and Delta counti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 13 May 1926

<> The Red River Ceunty Review, Thuroday, May 13, 1926 It 1 ii j I I \ 11 f I r il : £m if I i [your girl 1 your boy By A Tk$' Arthur Dean, S C.D. i Tkront Counsellor ; NOT A STORK'S JOB "How can a stork fly and still carry one or two babies In Its mouth, Is what the Inquiring boy asked his mother. And mother wants me to tell her how to tell him. The carrying capacity of a stork wide world do the harm that the pre- sent floods and torrents of reading matter in suggestive magazines do. Display of sex is on the increase. The Question for us to ask ourselves jis: will an openness of discussion off-set the present display? "Fore- Prodigal Son God, Jethar U savatl from death. Bat n ii Phi * i he Is alone iu the ruined cltjr. "Arable P limed j How, after many tribulations he returns to hiB home—all in rags, and "THE WANDERER," A RAOUL • WALSH PRODUCTION, PARA. MOUNT,—COLONIAL The parable of the prodigal son, most famous of ail Bible stories, has been brought to the Bcreen in Para- m...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 13 May 1926

<> bey The Red River County Review, Thursday, May 13, 1926 When a gu attack waa launched by the enemy he entered a dugout Just in time to arouse a Bleeping sol- dier. They acompered to a place of safety but not without a whiff of the gas. After several days of illness Stubby awoke to find himself exalt- ed in a poem by Serg. John J. Curtin of the 102 division, whom he had saved. A gas mask was improvised for Stubby as the Qne ordered by Cor- poral Conroy did not fit. But Stub- by'B physiognomy was of such pe- culiar contour that no mask could afford real satisfaction and he had to go through the war without pro- tection. In the Toul sector, to which the Yankee division was sent in March, Stubby was wounded. As the battle of Seicheprey was about won, he Page Three THE WORLD'S MOOT NOTED DOG 18 DEAD Served Through War and Knew Three President* (From the New York Times.) Stubby is dead. He was only a dog and unpedigreed at that but he was the most widely known mascot 4 I IV in th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 13 May 1926

I ( 1 i I > ■ : Fcmr TTi€ Red River County Review, Hinday, M y 15, 1926 Saturday Strolls IN THE * Windy City By Stanton M.Meyer BLACK BELT WANDERINGS TOUGH LITTLE CICERO | blunder of emphasizing his com-1 rivalry is keen; occasion])* one lu- mauds with a smashing blow dirct- terest attempts .1 master stroke 01 Cicero A mischevous young hoy-• id to the faro of one of ha youne i uslne-s :-tr;:i<?gy, and then gun den who detithti in throwing awayjed to th>' £ace ot on ol the young berk for awhile. Generally speak - w'ld west flu?" in's, hor. businss ethies ar banana peelings where folks w.'il praises «.•• ('hie • step en them, and v ho I.; a a ai!;.' j.r> w«r«> Vug with the sling-shot. to the consierui- to the tnr: of tlon of all her mild brothers and Months l.uer. 1 sisters and of her blast (-ring pat . " rr«-.l thr.t t•:• ■ to whose outskirts she clings. ' f. the pr- • r at: Cicero, the "wild We.v.ert;" : iwu i-ti utli.n a half hour > drive fr u.i St.. •• a.- > r...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 13 May 1926

11 tie ' Stores of Distinction - We Underbuy We Undersell Extra Special Bargains for Fri and Sat Ladies JM'-lt K liiu'u <ire.s*e&. ^ Something n *w jr. Juiletto toi- let preparations Cream pet | fume, lotions All colors, new hi>3 S2.9. |n r t • i * * ■ • ■1 out o! it 111! Ill I :M U.t' r;| > ; ly low h< 1 I'V .il V Its III I'iir I! . n ill v.m! w ■ ) . -til l-iiiy I i.i II a 0 (jj.: mJ-.. ■ •„ •„, ?-> ..s ,...< . '>i- ... V nit) uih ..lli' il The Red River County Review, Thursday, May 13, 1926' Page Five soveral days ta Btaermaa and Ft. Worth. Guy Poi and Nancy Jo« Sony vls- itod Mr. Fox's daughter, Elizabeth, in Ureenvllle the piwt week-end. Miss Cleffle Coleman, of Sherman, visited with friends in Clarksvillo the la.st week-end. Miss Heroin Spear has returned from a vi«it with friends in Shei- fuan. Mr. and Mrs. Ii. y. Ivy returned Saturday from Wichita Pa-lls, where llif ntt-cuded the bed side of the.r son, Ue.irge. C of C. Banquet National Guards Al'l'lt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 13 May 1926

I < I i 1 <i f . s \\ * 5 ! 5 f ( { . V ii S 11 ;! 1 s t 1 ! 1 i I j 4 The Rei River Comity Review, Thursday, May 13, 1926 I jnd Laughter j juddMortlnerLcwl* APRIL When April day* and April ways And April'* glowing weather. Have brought ub through the winter days, All hand in hand together, And «e walk out across the world, Where new-washed fields are glowing. And winter's banners have been furl- ed, And new bluets are growing, Alia birds are singing sweeter songs. And clean skieB are above us, We forget hurts, and slurs and wrongs, And thank the Lord must love uu. When April walks the meadowlands. Out of a Southern morning, With new blooms in her glowing bands, For the old world's adorning, And we are well and we are strong. Then do we go with singing. For thankfulness lives in a song; And when new blooms are spring- ing, Starring a wintry-weary way, What soul has time for grieving? We lift our faces to the day— Thankful beyond believing. a spactacit aa a gluttpp for pork cho...

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