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

The Red River County Review, Thursday, June 10, 1926 9 Electric Service Holds A Big Convention More than nine thousand persons attended the meeting in May at At- lantic City of the National Electric Light Association convention. Out- Htanding features of the proceedings include* consideration of electric ser- vice for th« farms of the United Mates, improvement of public rela- tions of the public utility companies, careful consideration of the econo- mics of industry and much construc- tive work in engineering practices. The exhibits were the most numer- ous a,nd interesting ever assembled liy the industry. In these electric home refrigeration was conspicious tied the indications are that this ad- dition of the form of electricity in the homes will occupy a considerable part of the attention of electric cen- tral station people this year for some •time to come. It. F. Pack, of Minneapolis, was ^elected president of the association. J. F. Owen, of Oklahoma City, wan 'chosen head of th...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 10 June 1926

Page Four Stores of Distinction By offering unusual values, our MORE SUM- MER BUSINESS CAMPAIGN is proving the most successful business stitnulant in years. New goods coming in to practically every department keeps stocks new and fresh, of- fering newer and unusual values every day. Get the Habit, Come to Pollocks and Save Ladies Sport Hats Todays express has brought us a wonderful collection of the latest New York styles—Ma- terials are Panima and Braids — light colors and white. At Campaign Prices $2.95 and $4.95 d)ther Ladies Hats pric- ed at— $1.00 to $5.95 On sale all day Saturday: the following items, and hundreds of other remarkable bar- gains will be on sale all day Saturday, and throughout the coming week as long as our present stock lasts. Don't Miss This Chance to Save 9-4 Gold Medal Sheeting:, 87 inches wide, per yard 9-4 Bleached Sheeting, the yard .... Men's Genuine Broadcloth Shirts, Bach Men's $I.4B Overalls on Bale at, per patr Boys' Extra Heavy Overalls, the pair ....

Publication Title: Red River County Review
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 10 June 1926

The Red River County Review, Thursday, June 10, 1926 Page -Five NKRUPT Sold By Order of U. S. District Court Oet J J Newest Summer Hats; latest styles * and colors. On Sale 25c on the Dollar 100 in this lot—just one of a kind. You'll Be Surprised Special Price on Children's Hats Mens Work Clothes Work Shirts, $1.00 Value 49c Gamble Stripped Pants, $1.50 Value 99c Khaki Work Pants, $2.00 Value .... $1.25 Hong-Kong Pants, $2.50 Value $1.49 Men's Heavy Overalls 99c ALL KIND OF PANTS IN THIS SALE Men's Straw Hats $2.00 Value 99c $3.00 Value .v ..... $1.49 $5.00 Panama $2.49 Dress Shirts $1.25 Values 89c $2.00 Values — $1-25 $2.50 Values $1.49 $3.00 Values ..... $1.98 $4.50 Values $2.99 Men's Union Suits 85c Garment 48c $1.50 Garment - - - — 79c $2.00 Garment ~~ 99c Dress Pants YOUNG MEN'S WOOLEN PANTS $5.00 Value $2.98 $6.00 Value - $3.95 $2.50 Value $1-69 Boys' Pants $3.00 Value . $4.00 Value $5.00 Value $1.79 ^$1,99 ..... $2.99 Boys Short Pants $2.00 and $3.00 Values ..' 89c The entir...

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

y i m m fWSb uustf] I jwd Laughter j JbddMo&r Lewis WANTED Now W|p pan tell a fairy tale, WitH ill the trimming* to it, Tall trees In an enchanted vale, A silver stream wound through i« > castle with golden dome Where the clear stream is calling A white peak to catch day's last fleam When the night shades are falling. Now who can tell a fairy tale? The day Is nearly ended, And fathers who have toiled in town Their homeward wayB have wend ed, Ab4 children wearied with their play Come where the light is failing And—who can tell a fairy tale? The story-hour is calling. Now who can tell a fairy tale? A tale of rainbows bending Above a castle on a steep, When April rains have ended, all the flowers in the world Seem like bloomed billows sweep- ing Tq, lands of rest. Who'll tell a tale? The hour is near for sleeping. CAliL H OOMPLWTED UNDKB DIFFfCUl/riKH When a person wanted on a lose diflpance call is aboard a boat some- on tbe Mississippi and not the' location of the boat is feq&...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 10 June 1926

r> The Red River County Review, Thursday, June 10, 1926 Bagwell Newt • Mr. and Mrs. Sane and children, aud Mr. and Mrs. Newt Pryar visited at Cunningham and Miltun last Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Burrow from Catonville and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Honea and baby visited the oil well near Detroit Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Sam Busbee and Mr. «nd Mrs. Milan Pike visited the new ridge at Arthur City Suuday eve- uiug. Mr. Cllde Henry and Ray Steph- ens went to Paris Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Reece from Sher- man visited Mr. and Mrs. Scott Mc- Kiney Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Hlncey visited in Leesvllle Sunday. Rev. P. W. Mathews, will preach at the Baptist Church next Saturday night. June 12. Everybody cordially Invited to come. Mr. aud Mrs. Mosley from Blak- eney were among friends here Sun- day. Mrs. Tom Hart and children from Detroit were visiting Mr. Sam Ste- ihens and family last Sunday. There will be a special singing at the Baptist church next Sunday even- ing. Work is progre...

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

! t ! I ! I w lh K ■ftjfr'tft 1 4 m. Pii-::: h ;■ IP I, 5 H? w; 1 It ft jffi ; :W E"i hH-w i:4i **•«!■ r~. TTie RecLRivey bounty Review, Thursday, June >0, 1926 VA PAINTS We recently bought the Butcher Urug Store stock of paints and we are offering 'em at the prices below in order to close them out quick. 1 gal cans paint $1.50 1-2 gal cans 75c Quart sizes enamels and varnishes, values up 4o ~ 79c One pint size enamel and v&rnich, values up to 95c 39c 1-2 pint size varnishe and efiamel, values up to 50c *r 24c LOCALS MIbmh Eliza bath and Esther Cor- ley arrived Wednesday from Denton and will spend the summer w'tb home folks. Mrs. Ben "Mnrable and Miss Mary Marable were Paris visitors Friday. C. D. Lennox, H. H. Lennox and David Lennox were Texarkana visi- tors Sunday. Mrs. Walter McNealty. who wai the guest of Dr. J. C. Durrum and family and Dr. and Mrs. Will Dur- rum at Madras, has returned to her home in Jefferson. Miss Roslne Dickson returned home Wednesday "from Waro, whe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 17 June 1926

ol ■J ^srjl |ft- Ito lot Witi Wixxttv Counts WLvxtww Volume VI Official Organ of the City of Clarksville Clarksville, Texas, Thursday, June 17, 1926 Number 3 Gas Flows From Warren Randolph SMALL FLOW OF NATURAL OAS WITNESSED AT NlSW OIL WELL TUES. MORNING No Uttle excitement was manifest • throughout the western half of the county ou Tuesday morning of thin week when the operators of the War- ren Randolph No. 1 test well neui Detroit encountered natural gas, which developed considerably. Is be- lieved by the operators to be com- ing from the Blossom Sands at a greater depth. In le38 than an hour after tbn strike the grounds around the well were teeming with people from al^ over the county, In all degrees o£ excitement. Representatives from some of the major companies in thu United StateB were at the well Tues- day aud Wednesday, watching all operaious closely. This proves con- clusively that the operations of the wildcat test are being kept under a close watch since the scouts were ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 17 June 1926

Page Two The Red River County Review, Thursday, June 17, 1926 BED RIVHR COUNTY "Th« Home Paper." Published evtry Ttruradny by Th® Review Publishing Company. Incor- porated, at 459 North Wilnut 8treet( Clarkavtlle, Texas. ♦ PHONE «a. Entered a Meond class mall mat- ter at the Post Office at Clarluvtllo, Texas, under the act of March 3, 1871. Dudley Look, Editor and Manager. Subscription Rates: In Red River County: One Year U-00 Six Months 80 Rod River Outside County One Year ' 52 8ix Months 185 No subscription accepted for less than six months. Current Advertisemen.t Rate Card furnished on application. THE QOVERNOR'8 COFERENCE The Governor's Annual Conference will be held at Cheyenne, Wyoming July 86. 27 and 28. Governor Nellie T. Ross will be "hostess" to the visi- tors. The questions of States Rights and Economy in Government and Business, as advocated by President Coolldge, promise to loom large on the program. Plans are being per fected to entertain the visitors who will Include ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 17 June 1926

* , i TKe Red River County Review, Thursday, June 17, 1926 Page Three # ]Why Not "Wholesale State-Wide Slaughter ■ of the Mosquito! Our friendly en« y. the mofiaai- ta, referring only to the female, ^or it 1b only Bhe thai bites, is a ranch better "btiHint-s# yetter" and "bill collector" than ihe most awmmsive «of humans. ^ How can such a statement bp tru< ? Because whwn Mrs. Monowio goes after business she gels it! She rnii"<. gqt it or the very existence of tins race of insects is doomed. Bach year the mosquito race pre- i sents a bill, mfistiy to those who live in the South. $10(^)00, ooo.oon long. WUh this matJ' of affair*, surely it is high time that the nmi- ter was looked inix>, to find out "what* it is all about." With something like 3,«< 0' «" persons having malaria each year in this country, the Ions from work, in- terrupted business, cost of me<U im doctor's bills, and lessened efficiency of . labor, together with some to 5,000 deaths each year, soon a- mou...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 17 June 1926

The Red River County Review, Thursday, June 17, 1926 NEW FALL LINE / Bucilla Embroidery Packages Never before such clever creations in novelties. To make' room for the new we are offering all Spring lines at— 1 Lovely Things for Babies and Children's Dresses Stuftdys Lingerie Pillow Cases Dresser Scarfs Vanity Sets Breakfast Sets Luncheon Sets Boudoir Ensembles Tke The Place to Shop for Lovely Things SOCIETY Circle No. 8 B. W. M. V. The Cirele No. 2 of the Baptist Woman'* Missionary Union met with 'Mrs. J. E. Lewis on Monday after- noon. Rev. J. B. Oliver led the devotion- al after which Mrs. J. A, Kunkel con- ducted the lesson from the Miner Prophets. At the social hour, Mrs. J. D. Porter assisted the hostess in serving appetising refreshments to the following: Rev. J. B. Oliver, Mesdames Lin bivley, Dock Wright, Ed Storey, L. E. James, J. D. Wil- hite, Frank Hinkson, H. H. Lennox. B. C. Jones, J. A. Kunkel, J. D. Port er, Miss Bessie Bivins and • the hostess. • • Mrs. O'Neill Ente...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 17 June 1926

§ The Red River County Rwif*v, Thursday, June 17, 1926 Page Fiv€ IB-LOCALS* MM Katheryne Latimer Is visit- lug relatives is Idabel, Okla. Mesdames A. L. Robbins, Nat Doak, and Miaa Mary Marable were Paris visitors Monday. | Mesdames Clyde Milan, E. w. ^Bowers, Joste Bowers, Cbas. Ken- nedy and Teel Dowers were visitors in Paris Saturday. Maurice Dysart left Saturday for points of interest on the Pacific coast, where he will spend several we«ks. \ l)r. and Mrs. Oreely Wmten and children, H. (3. Jr. and Winnio Mat- tie, left Thursday for points in South Texas and Mexico. The trip wax made overland. Misses Martha Lennox, Lacy Chambers, and Robert Renningfield left Thursday tor Kayettsville, JLrk., Jvhere they will enter the Universi- ty for the summer -term. Ramey Price '*as a guest >of friends in Athene over the w*mit- <end. Paul Usaery returned Wednesday from a vtett with friends in Quannah. ; Miss Antionette Smith reftimnd to her home In -Dallas -last Friday af- ter visiting ....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 17 June 1926

ft xzrM-ii r t*:*W The Red River County Review, Thursday, June 17, 1926 SITE OF THE FIRST PHONE MESSAGE BONHAM PLANNING HANITAHY IMPROVEMENTS Bonham is one of the numerous towns in Texas that has made pin a for an Intensive sanitary campaign during the summer months, which includes provision for mosquito con- trol wwrk. A complete sanitary sur- vey has recently been made of the city, and a new sewage disposal plant and extensions to the sewer lines arc iieinp planned for the near futuie. Jack HinperBtaff has been appointed full-time sanitary inspector, and un- der his direction, an extermination <ampaign will be waged against flio.s, mosquitoes and other health men- ' Walter S. Gilford (left), president of the American Telephone and Tele- graph Company, and Leonard H. Klnnnrd (right), president of the Bell Tel* phone Company of Pennsylvania and Associated Companies, are shown standing on the exact spot where Alexander Graham Bell first talked over Ills Invention at the Centennial...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 17 June 1926

"T" THK MAMMfr'IKU AHl'KCT "He doesn't like to go to movies vhen I (lo: mid then when he want? to ko, he picks out some (light ( havt pomethtng else to do." Oh, ray what u wailing and guashing of teeth ov-j tr nothiug more inountanlous that I he us^ial and everyday perversions of a love affair and Its coram - places The rule, of course, is to Sive and take. The paragraph witli which I begin this highly moral ip1' today is contained in a letter from ;< Kirl whose hand-writing, expressions and letter-paper proclaim her to be of intelligence, breediug and good circumstances. Yet, she w«lls that her beau has somotimes express d notions, ideas and desires which were not strictly in accord with her o v t ot the moment. Good heavens, what do you girls expect, modern as you wili be? That shoots me off to at* other tack. You modern girls are t.ot bo terribly modern, you know Your problems of the heart are not a bit different than they were seventv yars ago, when the. Godley Lady's Rook pr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 17 June 1926

o Eight Moorman Sivley Installed Thurs. The Red River County Review, Thursday, June 17, 1926 attendance contest to staged between patrouj in troop three BE Troop Three of the local Boy Scout organization met in regular weekly sesion here Thursday night At seven-fifteen. The meeting wa8 opened with bugle calls and al leg lance to the flag by members of tha troop. Reports on work and at- tendance were given by patrol lead- on and plana laid for a hike, the date of which was set for tonight. OonallmMcr tithe, was consumed to the pgyyptuftpn. of, Moorman 8 ley to t^<|qtaj^ rs' a the successor of their former master, R. S. Bow- man, and Mr. Sivley took some time In investigating the patrols. This -was done in an endeavor to learn the classifications of the boys in jthe patrols and the efforts that had ]>een made to advance their rank. 'A feature of the meeting was the ootnmencement of an inter- patrol at- tendance contest. Close records of Attendance will be kept on each pa- trol a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 24 June 1926

1) Shuer filmmlxj WLbview Official Organ of the City of Clarksville % Volume VI Clarksville, Texas, Thursday, June 24, 1926 Number 4 Bond Election Fifty Crates of I Annona Business Called Monday Berries Dispensed j Men to Entertain PETITION PRESENTED ANl) MARKETS FOUND FOR PRODUCE ( LIB BOYS AM) GIRLS TO BE ELECTION CALLED FOR TUESDAY, JULY 27. At the regular adjourned session of the city council held Monday nlght, a petition was presented to that body, bearing the signatures of 157 citizens of the city of Clarks- ville requesting that the council call a bond election for the purpose of deciding whether or not an issue of $50,000 in city bondB will be made for the paving of addit|onal streets and for street improvements. The petition was voted upon and the date of the election set for Tues- day, July 27. The notice of election follows: THE STATE OP' TEXAS: CITY OF CLARKSVILLE: COUNTY OF RED RIVER On this the 21 day of June, A. l>. 19 26, the City Council of the City of Clarksvill...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 24 June 1926

1 Page Two The Red River County Review, Thursday, June 24, 1926 V $ - ■ i wk- ' "v* H S RED RIVER COUNTY RE' "The Home Paper." to operate even after their license* have been revoked for good cause. Published every Thursday by The Insurance carried by an irre- Review Publishing Company, Incor- sponsible and reckless driver simply porated. at 4P9 North Walnut Street, niakea him more careless. The ac- Clarksville, Texas. t|ou 0f ule casualty companies is a PHONE 02* move in the right direction and if Entered as second class mail mat- all stales would cooperate with these ter at the Post Office at Clarksvillo, companies in weeding out undeslra Texas, under the act * *' u 1879. of March 3. Dudley Look, Editor and Manager ' Subscription Hates: In*Red River County: One Year Six Months — Red River Outside County. One Year - - $1.50 Six Months ble drivers, the ultimate result would be fewer accidents, and insurance at lower cost for careful automobile owners who are entitled to it. .11.00 60...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 24 June 1926

The Red River County Review, Thursday, June 24, 1926 Page Three Students Must Get Permission to Play Baseball in Summer Bagwell Newt Milan, iMko and Mm. Bum Biubw nuuucumcnt, lilvinB the year of rau.n- ,aad children and Grace Brooks w«ut ufueturt* No tubiuK more than one Dr. D. A. Penlck. of the Univer- sity of Textm aud President of ttae Southwestern Athletic Conference, has called the attention of baseball players of uulfersitius and high schools to the followlaK Bumn.er baseball rules of the conference: "No stud&at In any conference Institution shall participate as a member of any auminer baseball team without the consent of his faculty chairman <of athletics, en- endorsed by the presides! of I he conference; and such pluyer when given permission to play on such team shall submit al tbo re-op««iiug of college to his faculty chairman of athletics and tto the president of the. oonferuce a 'certified statement that ho has not received pecuniary compeitsatloB tho^'or. i "No- s...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 24 June 1926

I m Page Four The Red River County Review, Thursday, June 24, 1926 The BULL'S EYE M4tt*raad Qtmtrw! Manaqar WlO. ftOOIIU SOCIETY Munkfl-Hmith A very prettv home wedding of *ae past week was th-it of Miss Afar t,aret Smith to George Sunkel at 2:30 o'clock Thursday, June 17, "t I the home oi the brides mother, Mrs F. M-Smith of this city. Rev R. F. , Nauney of Oklahoma City officiated jviith thp ever Imp-essive ring cere ' moiiy in the presence of only rat* lives and a few intimate friends of ihe contracting parties. The bride wore a lovely cown of white georgette and carried an ox quislte arm bouquet of white carna lions, greenery and other dainty ^Classified Ads ..jt . Meeting the Durham Smoker Face to Face I am just making, as the Politician fay*,"A swing around the Circle," ID see what was going on in "Real America." I had been in Ne>vYork ao long, I was getting a kind of a Sub- Way ' Slant" on things. I was be- coming as narrow as a Metropolitan Newspaper EfjitorialWriter. My ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 24 June 1926

The Red River County Review, Thursday, June 24, 1926 Page Five Hrenham, Tb\*h Kmusville, Texan Carthage,' Texas Center, Texas Temple. Texas Marshall, Texas Longvtew, Texas Jacksonville, Texan i t ft 3 U a < e o 09 CQ M ft. >> H PERRY BROTHERS CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS CHAIN STOR#gj Opening Sale of Store No. 20 Saturday, June 26, at 9 a. m. ! jjgui- ' . - ■ ■ r ■■■ 1 . ■ ■1 ■ Sm 1 * « — _ _ . .■ —- • ^ ."••'IMF *jmi _ t . *' _ <0n Saturday, jtme 26, at 9£0a. m. Perry Bros.Chain Stores will open their doors to the people oT Oarksville andh vicinity, presenting a new dean stock, and new fixtures throughout with prices you have longed '{par. In j>rder tos make this the biggest opening we have ever had we have bought a number of special items for thE particular oc-l casion. COME—Your inspection will convince you of the truth in this statement Be one of the many", # profit;;: J* % Large Fancy BATH TOWELS EXTRA SPECIAL 15c Each No. 1 and 2 Wash Tubs EXTRA SPECIAL 49c EACH Fancy Col...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 24 June 1926

Page Six The Red River County Review, Thursday, June 24, 1926 < ,, School of Journalism at State University | co llei |r copy reading; and principles and technique •! advertlnint{. For under- aduateH and graduates thare tire* ottered courKos In editorial writlPK. feature article writing and buslnea* management of newspapers. Other Kiursew accepted for credit are short : iory writing, bu«ine.<s admiulntra- tion and principles of marketing." SfiKl) COMPANY TO OPEN A FARM SERVICE lilKKAL A. K. (Dad) Short, who for years "That Journalism and alii d courses of the University of Texas are being taught along pract'col lines Is evidenced by the large num- ber of former students who now hold positions tn various capacities on newspapers of fexas nnd throughout the country,"" said President W. M. W. Splawn in discussing the Jour- WQg connected with the A. & M. Col- Italism courses of that institution. leRe ()f Texas 1U)d for the pupl ye.,r At the June commencement, the de- hajj be&l...

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