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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 27 May 1926

P-i™ The Red River County Review, Thursday, May 27, 1926. Saturday Strolls IN THE • Windy City By Stanton M. Meyer 1 BLACK BELT WANDERINGS TKK OLD WH8T SII>K I'ASSKS They are pullinK down DeKoven Street. Old, old DeKovn Street, (If; anything could be called old in Chi- cago,) where more thau half a cen- tury past, Mrs. O'Leary milked her cow by the light of a kerosene lamp; where, on a guest evening in October, the light was upset by a bovine hoof, making Chicago a pillar of flame one day and a heap of ashes the next. Mean, drab,, picturesque De- Koven Street with its gray wooden shanties, its heaps of broken bottles, Its packs of cur dogs, that for two generations has flapped its clothes- lines defiantly at the towers of the growing city across the river—this summer It is to become just another page of memories of an old-time Chi- cago. For you see, they have decided that DeKoven Street and its grubby neighbors, Mather, Fourquer and Hunker, must fall before the axe and the crowb...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 27 May 1926

9 PLaLi Thursday, May 27, 1926. 1 K. / Jolors jDl'TCi; TkJUSERS free from Idctc butlani ; iimh and bell l—p* that rip; inaeeuralt nu marking*; one/ olher com- mon MROJIMCII I Distinctive Colors! * Biscuit shades, powder blues, silver grays, tans, salmons- soft, harmonious color* in an unending variety of shades and patterns. You'll find all the best color combinations in smart Dutchess Trousers. Druggists Met Here Thursday (Continued from Page 1) W. 8. Beasley, Mrs. W. S. Beasley, Mrs. George Lucy, Lynda Quinn, Mrs. J. B. Strong, Mrs. R. G. Alexander, B. D. Johnson, Earl Crawford, R. O. Murhpy and Mr. and Mrs. Murphy all of Paris. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Nichols, Mrs. J. D. Thomas, J. P. Turner, Ray Hal- lerand and E. D. McNatt of Green- ville; Prank McClure, Mrs. Earl Mc- Clure, of Bonham; Zeke W. Pike, of Farmersville; W. A. Hawkins, of Savoy; Mrs. E. O. Thompson, E. O. Thompson, and Hal Murrell of De- port; Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Swann and W. A. Moore of Avery: Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Morehead...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 27 May 1926

c to •u in of ho Ir. The Reel River County Review, Thursday, May 27, 1926. 4i*jj ill I b mimiiiiiim AMERICAN BUYING CORPORATION >5^ \)ominaj y The American Buying Corporation k an association of individually owned stores of which this store is a member. The purpose of this association is to save YOU, our customers, money by buying together in such huge quantities that we get much lower prices. This means in some cases taking the entire output of manufacturers. ffow here's your chance to SAVE! Together with the other member stores from an over America, we purchased over $1,000,000 of dependable Summer merchant dise in combination. Nov/ we are offering you our share of this huge buying power. Remember, every article was inspected critically by experts from all these stores— this doubly guarantees super-values! (And every piece of merchandise listed here was selected by this store with You in nuncL Special offerings from every department—only a few are given below!. BEGINNING ON SAT...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 27 May 1926

■J I t i! ! } i i - J PagpTcn The Red River County Review, Thursday, May 27, 1926. HD • ilUVHR COUNTY REYDSW. 1 - >«• vwn." FulriliiMd «rwry ThunxUr by Tfcc Rvrlaw tfluftUstalng Company, Incor- porated. at 459 North Walnut 8trMt, ClarkaviUe, 1'exaa. PHONE 09. Ekatered aa second class mall mat* tar at the Post Office at Clarksvllle, Texas, under tbe act of March 3, 1878. Dudley Look, Editor and Manager. Subscription Rates: In Red River County: One Year |1.00 Biz Months -60 Red River Outside Coanty. One Year _ J1.50 Six Months . 6 No subscription accepted for less than six months. Current Advertisement Rate Card furnished on application. PERFECT CLASSES Classified Ads FOR RENT—House on paved Btreet. All modern conveniences. Phone Mrs. R. L. Tayloe. 84-Tc CHOICE fresh Jersey Cow; WEIte Leghorns; pedigreed Airdales. right age to train; nearly new up-to-date Refrigerator; Linoleum; Perfection four-burner Stove; Furniture; Singer Sewing Machine. Box 224, Phone 72, Annona. Texas. FOR SA...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 27 May 1926

V t Tlie Rod River County Review, Thursday, May 27,. 1926. Page Eleven it 20 • • • • • • • • CLARKSVILLE WELCOMES THE WARREN RANDOLPH NO. 1 s Spudded in Wednesday One and One-Half Miles East of Detroit at Chas. Bourne Store I WE TAKE THIS METHOD OF EX- PRESSING APPRECIATION OF DEVELOPMENT. Chamber of Commerce Rosenfield Brothers >, " Frank Miesch, Jeweler •' Texas Public Utilities Sam M. Humphrey Rainey's Theaters Stiles Drug Company McCulloch Grocery Co. ' Bellman Motor Co. y \ Pollock's Store \ ' Chas. L. Goodman \ v \ First National Bank " Allen Lumber Co. ft Steger Lumber Co. Athas Confectionary * J ■*"' Black Bros-Company ■>' \ The Style Shop 5f'; ■ D. Bogdanov V' Star Bargain House • f:. \ ' The People's Store \ T' V i The Marable Motor Co. ' <; (| Helen's Playhouse * 'i Mrs. Gooding's Millinery V& Hudson Edwards and Son Garage W. L. Pope and Son Grocery :,y\ Smith Grocery Co. The Hub \ W. C. Hamilton ' T J. C. Barton Butcher's Drug Store \ \ O. L. Doak \ • City M...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 27 May 1926

>' \ •*: 0 Hie Red River County Review, Thursday, May 27, 1926. •' '' 11, 'iM. ' ; Robbers Bind and Gag Man ALIiBtf CAMPBELL IS FOUND TIED IN A V1ELD NEAR MT. SYLVIA Allen Campbell was found tightly bound hand and foot, and with a gas in his mouth Tuesday afternoon in the Mt. Sylvia community. He was at work in a field for Luke WilBon when two men approached him and suddenly grabbed him and proceeded to tie him up and in or- der to keep him from calling, for help a gag was placed in ills mouth. Mr. Campbell had a purse containing a- bout |55 with him at the time and the men wt>re careful to take this with them. After being bound for about and hour someone passing by discovered him and released him. Details ot the affair are not avail- able, but the motive was evidently that of robbery. TO BARN MONEY IS DESIRE OF EVERY YOUNG PERSON But to be succeBsfsul you must have some specialized business train- tag and this you must get where you will have assurance of an im- mediate oppor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 3 June 1926

oV •*e i*1 O 0 Etuer filcnnfy foumu « Volume VI Official Organ of the City of Clarksville Clarksville, Texas, Thursday, June 3, 1926. Number 1; Unprecedented Crowd at "Spud-In" of Warren Randolph Wednesday Famous Shoe , Store Opens formal opening last even- ing attended by large crowd (Longview Daily News) ■ The Famous Shoe Store, which opened for business here yesterday afternoon on North Fredonla St., under the management of O. L. Kel- ly and Mr. William Tayloe of Clarks- ville, was extended a cordial wel- come by a large crowd of our poo- ople who responded to the request to be present during the opening hours of 4 to 6 o'clock. The store was beautifully decora- ted with large hanging baskets of georgeous gladioli, and the stock of high grade merchandise was display- ed in a most artistic style. As the guest arrived they were served ice cold punch by Miss Lucille Morgan and Miss Kuth Sparkman and were presented long stem gladioli by Miss Camilla Halllday who was also in charge of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 3 June 1926

Page Two RED R1VKR COUNTY JUCVUEW. "The Hob* Paper." Published every Thursdir by The Review Publishing Company, Inoor- por&ted. at 459 North Walnut Street, ClarkBVllle, Texas. PHONIC 88. Entered as second class mall mat- ter at the Post Office at Clarksvlile, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1879. Dudley Look, Editor and Manager. Subscription Ha ton: In Red River County: One Year J1.00 Six Mouths .60 Hod River Outside County. One Year .... $1.50 Six Mouths .85 No subscription accepted for less than bIx months. Current Advertisement Rate Card furnished on application. ASCERTAIN THE PACTS OUTLAW WAR In the Saturday Evening Post of April 24, Owen D. Young outlines the IdealB and alms of the Walter Hines Page School of International Relations which Is being founded at Johns Hopkins University, , Balti- more. He says in part: "Once you arm the public with facts, the area of each international dispute narrows down within limits that readily Buggest peacul means of settlement. "A great...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 3 June 1926

The Red River County Revtew, Thursday, May 27, I #24. Page Three hue, iiria, , 0 0 SOCIETY (Last Weew) /■ Bridge LUDCImhui Mrs. Rufus Farrier was hostess to the Bridge Luncheon Club last Fri- day. A profusion of tut flowers, Doro- thy Perkins roses and sweet pews predominating, were used iu a vary | effective manner. In the cuts for table prizes, Mrs. A. M. Graves received a pair of love ly irridesc-ent vases. Mrs. Gavin Whi- hoii a pretty flower bowl and Mrs. Nowlin Watson ao attractive Japa- ijese pottery vase. A color scheme of pink was carried out in the center pieces, which were Maypoles with pink streamers hi>v inn dainty dancing nirl place cards attached. Covers were laid for Mesdames Gavin Watson, J. E. Spencer, O. L. Doak, Seth Bailey, Clyde Milan, J. li. Dickson, A. M. Graves, Nowl'ri Watson, J. J. Farrier, J. C. Durrum. S. H. Fryar, J. K. McCulioch, Lewis Heed, George Whiteman, E. W. Bow ers and the hostess. • % Miiloli Cemetery Society Mesdames Fred Johnson, Charlie S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 3 June 1926

• • b Page Four The Red River County Review, Thursday. June 3, 1926. -JL Sm&srit Arrival*— h Summer Apparel The mode in summer Frocks is quite varied, but in most casds, simplicity domi- nates—Prices are extremely moderate. $5.95 to $35.00 NEW HATS- Both large and small shapes are smart in straw or silk, simply trimmed with rib- bon bands and pert bows. "Gotham"— —Is the sign of Silk Hosiery that wears SUM to S3 JO Tk® "A Little Bit of Twmh-ow ia tkt Styles rf T®d*y V SOCIETY Mrs. Tom Wilson Honored An unusually delightful hospitali- ty of the past week was the Musical given by Mrs. 8am Harris on Friday afternoon, honoring her sister, Mrs. Tom Wilson of Detroit. The house was literally a bower of exquisite flowers li^ pastel shades, the refreshments, favors etc. carry- ing out the same color scheme. From the receiving line the guests were ushered into the dining hoop, where a delicious punch was served, thence into the muflc- room whetti an excellent program consisting of piano ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 3 June 1926

• • **" The Red River County Review, Thursday, June 3, 1926. Page Five • • • • nPDPMr>AD.p„cFnr^c IffilOCAlSfll r r ft J4 9 £ f At Clarksville 1925 Ford Touring, Baloon Tires, $135.00 worth Extras $350.00 1924 Ford Coupe $325.00 i 1920 Huick Six $225.00 1918 Dodge Brothers Touring $145.00 At Paris 1924 Dodge Brothers Touring $535.00 1926 Dodge Brothers Touring, Practicably ....ew j t. $785.00 \t J 1923 Dodge Brothers Touring, A Good One { . $425.00 i} y / 1921 Dodge Brothers Touring ^ f \y $175.00 /' / Ji .i " ' ■ \ J >. / r< 1926 Ford Coupe r< </ ' ti. f j $450.00 i iv/ J 1925 Ford Coupe J f L $350.00 f ■ i fcf ] 1925 Ford Touring $295.00, f- 7 M M 1 JL /' i * t I / 1923 Ford Sedan $275.00 t I L 1924 Ford Touring $235.00 1923 Ford Touring f $150.00 f if J r 1924 Ford Roadster $225.00 / FT { I 1924 Essex Six $350.00 y Mrs. Walter McNealty of Jeffer- sou is the guest of her brother, Dr. Will Durrum, and other relatives in Clarksville. Nat Doak is spending bis vacation ...

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

yj ir. -•*,. Br.'*- m Page Six Minister Declares Murderers Highest Type of Criminals Murderers are the highest type of crlB^ntlt, and the most Important thijjfc society can do is to provide to care for the released pris- onen from penitentiaries, A. R. Wat- son. chaplain at "The Walls," central unit of the Texas penitentiraj system told the Associated Press. "A little timely help to a man who baa been in servitude for biH offenso agajUist society would put him on a constructive path of life and would reduce the number of "repeaters," this 71-year-old minister, who nan chtwge of the educational, recreation- al and religious activities of the pen- itentiary, suid. There are three primary classes of prisoners to be dealt with behind the wsSls, erected in the sixties as a re- sult of an appropriation bill signed toy.,President Abraham Lincoln. And confident as it may seem these walls w4s> built In the home town of Tgreatest hero, (ien. Sam Hous- toty and where his body lies today on ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 3 June 1926

4 The Red River County Review, "MHrrlagt1!" exclaims Ibsen. "NothiuK else demands no much from a man." And, 1 venture U> add, a woman. It 1h a curious thins to me that al- most all of the letters which come to me are from men who are HAPPY in love. Most of the letters from my fair sisters are BITTEIt and COM- PLAINING—they are not HAPPY letters! Will somebody please ex- plain this for nie? Kor ages aud ages, it seems to me. I have been writing about Love and such trifles. Rut I am never safe In the conviction that women are quite so happy when they are in love as men appear to be. Is it that men demand less? Or Is it that they imagine there are vaster qualities in the love-association than really exist? Is It that women, be- tfanse thoy are shrewder and vastly more Intelligent thau men (oh, lis- ten to 'em roar!), seldom deceive themselves about what love Is worth? I should hate to have an affirmative answer to these innocent questions. 1 don't know but what it is that men, their...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 3 June 1926

t Page Eight The Red River County Review, Thursday, June 3, 1926. Style • ♦ • in every line! Our flannel trousers are faultlessly tailored in the advanced lines of today's? very best styles. _ _ 1TRHIKFI In all the new color shad- i "i~-~. i « jw9m from mnc ranvM i tags—or darker hues, if mom mJ Mi loop* [ _fX. y Aal isewrsli km I , mark** com-) Made by Dutchess, Iflb critical men. -s **« * $5.00 to $10.00 f 3T" Bffr^sa Sventeen Million Telephone Numbers When the user of a telephone in the United States calls for a number it may be any one of seventeen mil- lion telephones used on the continent of North America. These seventeen million telephones are interconnected so that communication may be had between any two of them, says the Texas Public Service Information Bureau. This interconnection is of different telephone systems in the United States, and the linking up of Can- adian and Cuban networks as well, gives American people access to a vastly greater number of telephones than ca...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 3 June 1926

•* The Red Raver Couaty* Review, Thursday, June 3. 1926. Page Nine 0 r C r HDD K1VKK COUNTY REVIEW. "The Home Paper." Published every Thursday by Tho Review Publishing Company, Incor- liorated, at J5i« Nor,th Waluut Street, Clurksville, Texas. PHONK AS. Kutered an second class mail mat- ter at the Post Office ut Clurksville, | Texas, under the act of March 3. 1879. Dudley Look, Kditor ami Manager. KubscHplion Hal cm: In Red River County: One Year Six Months ..... -* « Red Rhrer Outside rtunly. One Year j J1.50 Six Months •!>'> No subscription accented foe less i than six months. AID TO BEAUTY Current Advertisement Rate Card furnished on application. "HOW Till-: KINGDOM Ul> ISRAEL WAS W-UKCKLD" Tl>-' California Tax nicest, pub- i lislu'vl monlhly under the direction of l)r. Mil ha uk Johnson in the ii1- terest of tu\puyers, in its May issiir, contains a remarkable article by James Gregory, a Taoima, Wasliing- ton, manUfacturur. The article is t'ii- • titled, "How the King...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 3 June 1926

t First Considerations ' V I . ^ K ' i7- for a tour of the west. They h re purchased a "new Star" to make In Camping Out the tour In. They will be accorapatii- ed by their nelce, Miss Tom Under- | wood of Boguta. The Red River County Review, Thursday, June 3, 1926. Classified Ads "S'pose we bo camping, fellers!" Bounds pretty good, doesn't It, at this time of the year, when the sun is warming things up generally and the creek is Just right for swimming! Boys, it's a lot of fun to get away from town once in a while to cook your own grub and sleep In the woods. You mustn't mind a llt'tle thing like a few moBquito bites, and if you burn the bacon a little bit or if you forget to take the potatoes out Silas D. Gibbs of Midway was here on business Monday. Mr. Crawford of Clarksville was a pleasant visitor in our midst Wed- nesday afternoon. Mrs. Bob Martin, who has been very 111 for several weeks, is Improv- ing at this writing. Bob Rennels was a Clarksville business visitor Wednesday. M...

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

V,.* The Red River County Review, Thursday, June 3, 1926. Page Eleven • Great Industries; Dissertation on Coal and the Miner's Lot , —— And now we are aboard the coal train once more and are clattering back toward# the shaft. The car* which arrive at the tunnel's end emp- ~ty have been filled with coal in lumps of all sizes and shapes, • and in a short time the wonderful miner- al, which has been hidden deep in the earth for thousands of yeunCwill be put in the sunshine again. The train moves more slowly on its trip back, for the weight of the coal proves quite a load to the tiny en- Mine. But at last the shaft Is reached, and the miners detach three or four of the small cars from the train and push them off the tracks intji the large cage. This has rails upon its floor to hold cars. We decide to go up with this load as It is quite stuffy and warm down in the mine tunnel We get into the cage, the signet is given and the elevator starts its as- cent to the surface. When we arrive at ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 3 June 1926

The Red River County Review, Thursday, June 3, 1926. t f to?. u "j Sr.-: ':lks a Saturday Strolls IN THE Windy City By Stanton M. Meyer % r\ BLACK BELT WANDERINGS PARNAHSU8 IN A CUBBV-HOLK There's a bookshop downtown— will call It "The Sun bridge Book- shop" although. of course, that is not its real name. It is a small bookshop: in fact, tl might even be called "llttlo tiny." It is not so small as a scissor- grinder's wagon, nor yet so large as ia drug store. If you are interested in actual physical measurements, it has about the saine dimensions as the corner cigar store without the counter. You will run across bookshops like this (they call them "stalls" in England) in just about every big city, is found on the ground floor of an old five or six story office build- ing that faces a backwater street, just a step around the corner from a roaring artery of traile. Near the heart-beat of the city, yet drowsing in comfortable quiet, these cozy little shops remain in one spot year after...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 10 June 1926

I) University ot T®*M O O WLiwt Cnmtfy Wivxttem Official Organ of the City of Clarksville Volume VI Clarksville, Texas, Thursday, June 10, 1926 Number 2 Crop Conditions Best In Section TIMELY RAINS PROVE INVALU- ABLE AID TO PROPAGATION AFTER LATE PLANTING Ralus which seemed so out of place have proven a blessing and crop conditions in the territory Im- mediately surrounding Clarksville are the best in this section and re- ports from traveling between here and points further west state that the outlook for Red River County la the best encountered between this place and Lubbock. 'Long tours of Inspection have been made by county agents Arnold and Thompson In an effort to determine Just the condition after the recent heavy rains and reports show that everything is favoruble for a bumper crop. The percentage of feedstuffs and truck raised In the county has great- ly increased since a concentrated ef- fort has been centered against the shipping of feedstuffs into this sec- tion from othe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 10 June 1926

Page Two BED HtvwsC oovm "Til* Home Pipir Published every Thursday by The Review Publishing Company. Incor- porated, at 4R# North Walnut Street. Ciarluvllle, Texas. PHONE OS. Entered aa second class mail mat- ter at the Post Office at Clarksvlllo, Texas, under the act of March S, 1871. Dudley Look, Editor and Manager. Subscription Rates i In Red River County: Ohe Year 11.00 Big Months .60 Red River Oatside County. One Year $1.50 Biz Month* No subscription accepted (or leas than als months. efficiently end preserve the ordinary courtesies due to customers, is evi- denced by th prompt service render- ed and universally pleasant manner in which patrons of the Nebrassa Power Company *re treated." WOULD YOU STEAL THE CHIL- DREN'S PIE? Gamut Advertisement Rate Card furnished on Application. WHY THE PRINTER, ANY MORE THAN THE FARMER? The printers and the publishers of the country have been patient and long-suffering in their submission to government competition in the print ing busiuess. I...

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