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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 13 May 1926

The Red River County Review, Thursday, May 13, 1926 VI, s. BAGWELL NEWS Mrs. Carbell from Annona visited her sister, Mrs. Newt Parker and family, last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Verner Burrow from Catonvllle visited Mr. Newt Pryor and family Sunday. Mr. Fitzgerald, who was called home from Olgah, Okla. on account of illness of his family and sou. has returned to his work. Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Strlcklan were in Clarksville Monday on business. Mr. Kimbrough aud children and Mr. Kellum from Dimple were hero Sunday evening. Miss Ilachel Farley from Maliry spent last week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Charley Sane. Mrs. R. W. Loyd and children from Clarksville' spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Honea and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sane from Milton visited Mr. and Mrs. Charley Sane last week. Mrs. Milam and little daughter from Texarkana visited the week- end with Mrs. Scott McKinney. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Brooks were in Paris Sunday. Mr. Bill Robinson from Tulsa, Okla., is visiting J. F. Br...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 13 May 1926

. Page Eight • i P jj ( I r-1, How the Ladies do admire theml I IDDTCHESS"! TROUSERSl free from lo** hue^Ht ' ill-fiUitig knee banA; Mr cejihie thrin^age; anJ ether embarrau*.* tt Its surprising how the ladies favor men who wear smart, well tailored knickers. Check up on this Important question with your feminine acquaintances and the women of your household. And to play safe, be sure they are gaod«i looking Dutchcss Knickersl *i'iC 1 v The Red River County Review, Thursday, Mny 13, 1926 Citylhirchases Pipe for Line Four Are Killed Bad Hail Storm (Continued from Page 1) including all the trees, and even the •weeds whose stems were strong e- flough to withstand the bombard- ment. So terrific was the hail at Roxton that the bark of the trees loked as if they had gone through a barrage of bullets and it appeared that the majority of the tnll and lieuutiful native trees in the town had been either broken down, up- rooted or their limbs broken to pieces. One immense Cottonwood, broken of...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 13 May 1926

rl % The Red River County Review, Thursday, May 13, 1926 Uil Wi i 'Hae Complete History of Spanish Mantilla At last I have found the trail, Fran- ks Mlltoun uxctuliuH, In exultant round, in the Cleveland Plain Stealer. Some .furx hud browsing In the n - chfvjjs of I'nliutt ^ the Isbind ef Mit Jnrcu I cntiio flcrnss n (toftitiicut which professed to g!vu the hlstmy «f the Spanish inanUUii. f,;itely It lurii<H^i|> ll^nlfl ^iKi'li)M^n;i«<s of n«>U'ft. A SpaniK™ we* originally a ^ snitr!< f shui.it> for the femininity ef loose morula of Hie day, a day away haelf lituinre fleyu and the Spnalab winters took it out of tin !« • uutl "a«i« it an iippurtfitHnee of tliw tlreus of the Indies of tlir- mint. Originally fh■ ■ tnnnillla crossed Hh rather Hfrnggly mils of the Mm* dovri- over fho breast In the form ef a teller A. 'fho?e bretelles were veil. ' tu* wonders If Hawthorne ever l;ne\T this. There's the plot ready inmle. <>ut> and another of most tnodera and an- e...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 13 May 1926

^■V .vwr n The Red River Comity Renew, TOLVRAKaT GIXMMi DOOM Virh Commercial Celiac* doesd da doors voluntarily teat Saturday 0>d l meeting of the eredltora • called for May 10 to eonaider the eoadltion oI the atfalra of the aehool and to advise aa to the possibility of kMPlag It In operation. The Parla Commercial College waa organized In 1902 by J. O. Wilson. In 1911 J. M. Roach, who was prin- eipal of the First Ward School be- eafne interested in the school and Ik 1914 took over the intereats of C. C. Lowery who waa associated with him and took active manage* mdnt. Following the World War the Col- lege made a contract with the goven- erment for the training of disabled soldiers aa a part of the vocational work of rehabilitation and the a- qulpment for the equipment and per* eonnel of the college waa widely ex- panded. When the government's contract waa suddenly terminated and the ex-service men withdrawn the facilities of the college were left with a very small student body. 8i...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 13 May 1926

• ThoR^WretjCou rtj^eTiew^JIW|i^j^«^^^9^ • J I# I S IIIR I • I • • • BlVfKt COUNT* BIVHV "The Homo P«p«r.M PublUhed every Thunder br The Review PtffeljMitng Company, Incor- porated. at 459 North Walnut Street. ClarJcjwille, Texas. PHONB 0 . Entered as second class mull mat* ter at the Post Office at OlarksTllle, Texas, under the act of March I. iltl, Dudley Look. Editor and Manager. , Subscription Rates: In Red HI tot County: On* Year fl.Oft Bin Months . .«« Red River Outside County. One Year 11.80 M* Months .H6 No subscription accepted (or less tha« six months. Current Advertisement Rate Card furnlahad on application. ^ DO YOU KNOW That twenty-one million letters went to the Dead Letter Office last year.? That 801,000 parcels did like- wise f That one hundred thousand let- ters go into the mail yearly ia per- fectly blank envelopes T That $56,000 in cash is removed nnually from misdirected envelope*? That $12,000 in postage stamps 4s found in similar fashion? That 41,000,000 in sha...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 13 May 1926

J -151 N P«Cte Twelve Tile Red River Ceoaly Review, Tfcu*day, May f 3, F*2# IRmkair on mi mr- radio talk, i. w. carpenter Increased Profits OncblVftsent Conditions on the Farm it Dkcutfte* Dy> General MBU#er, Teom A Light Co. Mltort orsr Bi and r4a iniirssH. . b4#mss whs ilil(MU| Mi SriilL IS EM Th^us« of ekMtolaNr toa o Mir\yc)aI and domestic par- poses had its bsgl&Ag J ffiOftur fVtl. 'Hiat fps th« jrttr St I ewffcwm, •* a iwrmTn K*ro Ototy, anil, ^Mny, it w tit* Mpitts * m otwrerradrens ofmarm Iffb and to umt f*« fTnoowfea oad ooadftlrai whleh a.:£wt MM. WMte nttUL Ttthwmenta an! hefreWe- r uats htWBiwSafflit jjtfWs «®d praotbes* waflwd 1* the 0N« ©4 %« farm, vt y HttU Ratwrally, eflm it re- ward •mpfcytaf atofcrlelty for farm uta liwrl wtthfn the last sight or tan yam. That has beoa true b*oanM tb* saulp- n*at for producing •iMtrlohy aad U>« moth da ot teaasnsMUag It h*T« not b M, uatll Um mn roosat furi, roftnsd and pavfMlad to *h o It baa boon feasible or possible, t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 20 May 1926

\Jt^S Ct* ,uv ot '■'iS.' * ■ >•.■(• '■ T U ' ' «* t 3Rri> Ehi?r iReufem Welcome to Our City. Druggists of N. E. Texas Volume V Clarksville, Texas, Thursday, May 20, 1926 Number 83 Druggists Meet at C. Country Club ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY PECTED HERE—MANY PMOM- INENT SPEAKERS Between 160 and 175 members of the Northeast Texas Druggists' As- sociation and their wives are export- ed to meet at the Clarksville Coun- try Club here this afternoon accord- ing to information given out Tubs. by E. It. Stiles, vice-president of the association. A large number of tho members to attend the meeting were expected to arrive in Clarksville Wednesday. The business of the meeting was transacted Thurs- day when a dinner will be served at the country club. Though no definite announcement of the program "has been made, the best information obtainable was that numerous prominent men had ag- preed to speRk at the session. Among them are J. T. Coulsou, Dallas; J. Riley Green, Wolf City; W. H. Cou- nis,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 20 May 1926

The Red River County Review, Thursday, May 20, 1926 mi 1" $'• m 14; mi $'r'4v Hk& OOORI "The Horn* P p*r." BnMUhed iwt ThorwUr by Tke Review Publbftiag Company. Uoor- porated, at 4 Ri North Walnut Street. Clarkartlle, Texaa. phone aa. Entered as second class mall mat- ter at the Post Office at Clarksville. Texas, under the act of March 3. 1879. Dudley Look, Editor and Manager. Subscription Rates: In Red River County: One Year 81* Months Red River Outside County. One Year 11.60 Six Months -85 No subscription accepted for less than six months. Current Advertisement Rate Card furnished on application. MAKING FOR EFFICIENCY Our new mechanical superintend- ent, Mr. Joseph B. Willis, has had all hands buBy the last three days of last week re-arranging the mechani- cal department of the Review with a view to more efficacious handling of the work. The entire shop has been so ar- ranged as to make for greater ef- ficiency of the entire force, and con- venience in getting out your Job wor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 20 May 1926

The Red River County Review, Unireday, May 20; 1926 Page Three The English Channel la Supreme Test of a Swimmer ■vim, the swimmer usually sinks In- to a profound sleep, for only In that way can bla tired muaclea regain their normal strength. —Copyrighted. For many decades the English Channel has stood us a supreme test of endurance to all swimmers of a- bility. Crossing it meant everlast- iug fame in the field of sport. Lying between Kngland and France, the channel is perhaps the choppiest and roughest twenty-five mile stretch of water in the Eastern Hemisphere. For a period of many years athle- tes hud attempted the grueling test of a cross-channel swim. The first, successful attempt was in 1875 when Matthew NVehb, an Englishman, swatn across the tracherous stretch of sea- that isolates the British Isles from ilif continent of Europe. Since that tinti' several others have sue- cessftilly attempted the feat and have lowered the time record from twcnt.v-scvcn hours and twenty-fivs mi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 20 May 1926

Four The Red Rhner County Reviwr, Thursday, May 2Q 1926 sSiimmer^oujid/ & Enter White FOOTWEAR We're ready at The Famous Shoe Store on the east side of the Plum to turn one's thoughts to the colored Kids and White Footwear! For every summer hour there is an ex- clusive creation—each with a capti- vating charm and jauntiuess all its own. You'll like the styles and the values. It will be a pleasure to show you our stock. Pay us a visit. Lots of room and plenty of seats. 'The Coolest Place in Towm" Famous Shoe Store EAST SIDE PLAZA Muoti, Paul Marable; Mlwec Rath titrable and Maragrei Kennedy. Those preaent were aa follows: Mesdames M. L. Sims, C. D. Bcaff, Who attended the Ooafersoee f eetred great Inspiration. The society enjoyed a splendid reading by Miss Klla Ruth Bounds Lin Slvley, Henry Balleyf T. B. Oard-. after which delicious refreshments ner, E. M. Bowers, S. B. Fryar, J. J. I were served to the following: Me«- Farrier, Smith Sims, C. P. Dodson,' dames Tom Owen, Enos Elde...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 20 May 1926

TKe Red Rivear County Review, TburAy, May 20, Page Five Fashion's whims tend more and more to simplicity, depending on line, fabric and color for a smartness that is gracefully achieved by these new models. The vogue for crochet and milan is stronger than ever and new hats in these straws are arriving daily. Lovely Gifts for the Graduate or the June Bride will be found here-- they have that difference that is so much sought. The Style Shop Hosiery Department has added Gotham Gold Stripe hose to our already wonderful line of good wear- ing hose. Priced— B" LOCALS M $1.95 to $3.00 Tlh© Btjl JA\(Q)Q "A Little Bit of Tomorrow in tUe Stylos of Today" bltton or use other than the parti* cular and complete and ready-to- wear spectacles or eyeglassea select- ! . , ■ i ' ed by the customer in person from ' trays or other containers, contain- Dr. Hunt of Texarkana was a rial- lug such merchandise, and any oth- tor in the city Wednesday. j er method of sale or delivery shall Iter. J. Emmett Mo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 20 May 1926

, «!*...• *•**««' * « «M < * • • |B £ ■' k if- W* . v ffe'i 1 lIS S&W The RedKwrer CountyRericw, Thursday, May 20, 1926 I Great Men of History DANIEL WEBSTER. 1782-18^2 Daniel Webster was not only one of the best known statesmen of the lMt century but the greatest orator is American history. He was born lB Hampshire. His father was a b clt-woods farmer; Daniel learned frotft his mother how to read and to write. Between odd Jobs done on the farm, he attended the villago school, and later his father managed to Bend him to Dartmouth College -where he remained four years. Web- ster studied law and immediately began to rise high in his profession. For a time he took little Interest in politics, but the war of 1812 brought demand for the best talent the country possessed and Webster, was elected to Congress. In his first i speech at Washiugton he showed a j surprising rhetorical power and :< j wealth- of historic knowledge. W' i became known as the best speaker! in Congress and ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 20 May 1926

• • The Red River Cbunty Review, Thunday; May 20, 1926 Page Seven Big Barbecue Wednesday May6 2th Hid Frw* -littrlMH-m*, Celebrating the S|milillii|! ill of I li«' Warron Randolph No. I, one ami one-half mill's east of Detroit will be stay- ed Wednesday, May iidtli. A( the muss meeting of the citi- zens of Detroit Tuesday night the finishing touch was applied to tho arrangement of staging oue of the largest free barbecues that has ever been given in the west end of the county. J. Fred Johnsoton, promoter of the |"Warren Randolph No. 1, oil well to |be drilled east of Detroit was on hand it this meeting aud reported that he jivould have everything in readiness for the spudding iu by Wednesday, ptfay 26th, therefore, tlie matter of ippointing committees was gone in- !o and as it stands, if the weather lerinlts, Detroit expects to be prepar- d to entertain the largest crowd on lis day that has ever assembled at |ne gathering iu the county. Mr.'Johnston has lost no time in faking prepar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 20 May 1926

rsr tz.- ssjss ftsywaaigsr:: . 1*1 r> V The Rod RSvar Cotmty Review, TWnfay, May 30. 1936 Your Car and your Knickers— a perfect combination! Loose fitting knickers insure perfect driving ease, in spite af. the constant movement of limbs and body. But for genuine comfort, they must have cor- rect cut and fit, like—for instance—Dutchess Knickers. «•> I DUTCHESS ( % trousers! free from loetc bucklej; ill-filling hiee tanJif exetuhe tlirin^age; and other embarraumenb Pelham Hopkins of Amarillo is the guest of bis aunt, Mrs. John tiagoy and other relatives. Service built our business, refer- ence any customr. Stile's Drug Company. Miss Opal Warren of Pine Bluff Ark. spent the past week-end with friends here. , When better service is given Stiles Drug Company will give it. Stiles Drug Compan.y. m Fy. Ksv- 1 m. ■ Read about it in Texas' Greatest Newspaper The new owners of the Butcher Drug Store have secured the Agency for the distribution of the Dallas-Morning News and we pro- mise ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 27 May 1926

Slrft mS&ntt County WLzxntvd Volume V Official Organ of the City of Clarksville Clarksville, Texas, Thursday, May 27, 1926. Number 84 WARREN RANDOLPH NO. 1 'SPUDDED-IN' WEDNESDAY * Druggists Met Here Thursday VOTE FOR NEXT MEETING TO BE I HELD IN GREENVILLE IN AUGUST. Gathering at the Clarksville Coun- try Club Thursday evening In the secood meeting since Its organization, the Northeast Texas Druggists As- sociation enjoyed a banquet on the lake shore which 'was followed by a brief business session at which time it was unanimously decided to meet in Greenville at the time of lhe next regular session in August. \V. H. Campbell of Paris, president of the association, was master of 'ceremonies. A bountiful dinner was spread by the ladies of the Methodist church, the expense of which was borne by the Walsh-Lumpkin Whole- sale Drug Company of Texarkana. Thanks were returned by J. C. Bar- ton of this city and the program for the evening was opened by a welcome address deltvered by Lei...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 27 May 1926

Page Two The Red River County Review, Thursday, May 27, 1926, • t \ «*V f river oountt rivuin. «TIi« Horn* Paper." Published every Thursday by Tke Itertaw Publishing Company. Incor- porated. at 459 North Walnut 8treeta Clarksville, Texas. PHONE 02. Entered as second claBs mall mat- ter at the Post Office at Clarksville. Texas, under the act of March 3. 1879. Dudley Look, Editor and Manager. Subscription Hat cm: In Red River County: One Year — Bix Months - Red River Outside County. One Year $1.50 Bix Months 11.00 .60 86 frequently to credit inflation. It Is the good times Installment contracts vhlch come to plague the business world when good times have fled. How many installment accounts are such that it would be possible for the merchant to convert them Into notes which a bank would dis- count? It Is true that theoretically an installment account is safer with each succeeding payment. The se- curity, we sometimes say. gets larger. But this is not true where the article Is of semi-p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 27 May 1926

€ ft The Red Aftvef Comity Review, Thursday, May 27,1926. Pago Three ?■ STRAIGHT TALKS WITHAUNT EMMY ON SAVING TO INVEST "You have talked ao much about ■avlsifc, Aunt Grainy," said Hilda to Aunt Emmy, "that I wonder It you 1*111 be kind enough to help Jack and me work out a way to save regularly. We do bo want to get ahead. As Jack la getting a little more money this year, we plan to save that and keep right on living on what we got last year. Of course, it is hard to do with- out a lot ot things we might have, but then Jack and 1 both feel that we don't want to be worried about money. If we have a little reserve fund, we cau lit? prepared for emergencies." "Bless my heart!" exclaimed Aunt Emmy. "It surely does sound good to hear such sensible ta 1U from a youngHier these days! I'll tell you what I think in a good plan for you to follow, -open a savings account with a bank that lias a thrift depart- ment and every week pnt away a stated sum in your savings account. You will receive ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 27 May 1926

PqgUa Four The Red River County Review, Thunday, May 27, 1926. -W '-.L-J-lU-L-U-l-iU J_ LJ. . ; ... | ■. ■ - UJ,i|HU1 ' ''Lest Ye Forget 99 —That it was for you that such sacrifices were made—and that it is you upon which the observance of this day depends. • Sunday, May 30, the day of days when memories of those who were once near and dear to us is made more livid and is more indelibly inscribed upon our minds. Let us keep in mind the ultimate peak in self sacrifice and unselfishness reached by those valliant fighters and act accordingly, when called upon. Tk@ "A Little Bit *t Tmhmtow in Mia ttylaa f Today" HELEN'S PLAYHOUSE *!■' • Monday and Tuesday . Noel Allen Chain's Celebrated "4 ACES" "f Kings of Harmony, Dance, Comedy "Curley" Wilson—King of Comedians— an old Favorite. "Chet" Wilson—Mean Dancer of "Las- ses" White Show Fame "SJim" Harris—A boy with a mean Banjo. Bobbie Williams—The "gal" with the Blues. STANDARD CIRCUIT ATTRACTION DSCDMION Si 1 fr May Thirtieth When our memo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 27 May 1926

* • V • 0 c 3 « X «3 a l i o c f I E = a t> 1 4- #5 8 Of H i « * £ £ ; x z Tlie Red Rivwt County Rfcvtany, Thwdty, May 27 1926* Page Five tWBgView, Twuw VevrelU Tem WMahxMe, Tfiu DALLAS TEXAS, HEADQUARTERS McKinney, Texas BunUvillc, Teuw goitMii Texan DUKE & AYRES 5c TO 50c STORE BIG REMODELING SALE Saturday, Mav 29 CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS Sale Opens at 9 a. m. We have just completed the installation of one of the most modem variety store Fronts in Red River County and remodeled our fixtures throughout. Also installed new lights and ceiling fans. While at work on this front our business was temporarily suspended and in cele- bration of completion we will have a Big Remodeling Sale on Saturday beginning at 9 a.m. For this great event, we have purchased a lot of merchandise which we will sell at cost or below. We extend an invitation to every man woman and child in Red River County to visit our store Sat., see the'many special values we are offering Ifior thissale. Besides the many ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 27 May 1926

V I Six The Rod Rivet Couyrty Review, Thursday, May 27, 1926. YOURGIRL yourboy Arthur Dean, 8C.D. ,Tur*nt Counselor WEDDING BBLW A young man of 19 has asKed mo the eternal question: "Shall 1 marry and what type of girl shall I select?" Usually It is the boy's father who writes to find some means of thwart- ing Cupid. . Well, folks, I suppose the boy will do as ho pleases regardless of what I say. Probably he didn't even wait for my reply. But ussuuiing he is now lassoed—what he should have selected may lie worth discussing. I wrote lilni as follows: 1. Better to pick a girl who lias a good set of teeth than one who lias beautiful eyes. At forty the girl can wear tortoise-shelled Rlusses but thero is no way to cover the mouth. When courting a girl wo look at her eyes. After we huve married her we watch her mouth. 2. Men who marry plain women have, at least, done so with eyes opeb. As a rule plain girls develope, at middle age, into good looking wo- men. The longer 1 live the more I s...

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