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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 24 June 1926

The Red River County Review, Thursday, June 24, 1926 a i Lilts O'Love and Laughter i met Lewis I'ICKLK KKAHON8 The petals of red roses Are udrift upon the breeze, And today the bluckeyed susuns, ' Higher than a lull man's knees, j Are about bloo.ned out, and always ■■ Sound# the. ficldlarlc's thrllli.fc song; Oh, the springtime came lu slowly, j And then laughed along. and danced Spring comes slowly like a maiden, Dew-wet blossoms in her hair; Anns bloom-laden, red lips sinlliup Daring, fearing, more fair; And our eager arms reach to her, And our souls burst into soug. And she pelts us with red roses, Felts and laughs and goes along, And the petals of the red rose, I And the petals of the white Drift along the summer breezes, Ride along the beams of light; And the fieldlark's song is ringing, A henrt-thrilliug glory-song; Always we are left regretting The glad season gone along. Just a Few Words J About Typhoid Fever I The number of cases and deaths from typhoid fever has been great...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 24 June 1926

V, r :ln L •'* Pag Eight (Continued Prom Pa*e On®) The Red River County Review, Thursday, June 24, 1926 such bonds t maturity. The boads to be Issued tor the following pur- pones, to-wlt: "The construction and improvement of the Streets and Al- leys of the City of ClarksvlUe, Tex- as, said bonds to be Issued under the laws of the State of Texas as pro- vided In House Bill No. 42, of th'j General Laws passed at the regular session of the Thirty-seventh Leste lature of the State of Texas Acts of 1921, and the constitution and law* of the State of Texas. C. L. White- man is hereby appointed manager of said election; The said election shall be held un- der the provklona of House Bill No. M of th|'deperal Laws passed At the r«Ki£ft Th,f ' seventh State of Texas, Acts of 1921, and the con- stfttttlon' and laws of the State of Texas, and only qualified voters who are property tax payers of said City of Glarksvllle, Texas, sball be al- lowed to vote; All voters who favor the pro- portion to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 1 July 1926

ot > ,5 if Ktwr ffinuntu Wiemexxx Volume VI Join the Chamber of Commerce Clarksville, Texas, Thursday, July 1, 1926 Number Five Expense Accounts Candidates Filed FIRST FILING OF ACCOUNTS CLOSED TUESDAY EVENING AMOUNTS GIVEN First of tho two or three state- ments of expenses, incurred by can- didates in seeking; the nomination for the offices, required to be filed -with the county clerk at intervals during the campaign were all ftled l>y Tuesday evening of this week and are given below. r J. Williams, for District Judge John P. Aubrey, for County Tax Collector $175.24 Enos Elder, for County Sher- iff „ *214'23 A. F. Roberts, for Commissioner Precinct 3 - 111.70 B F Ray, Public Weigher at Bogota - *|8-30 H D Latimer, for Commission^) Precinct 2 *63-u0 W a Story, for County Superin- tendent' *190-50 E Q Ivy. for Cotton Weigher Pre- , 17 $44.50 cinct 1 — * T A DeBerry, for State Represen- tative Andrew Thomas, for Commission er Precinct 1 .... $58.00 A. O. Thomason, for Puduc Weig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 1 July 1926

Page Tw The Red River County Review, Thursday, July 1, 1926 USD RIVER COUNTY REVIEW. "The Home Paper." Published svsry Thursday by The Review Publishing Company. Incor- porated. at 4f># North Walnut Street. ClarksvlUe, Texas. phone aa. Entered as second class mall mat- ter at the Post Office at Clarksvlllo, Texas, under the act of March 3. 1879. Dudley Look, Editor and Manager. Subscription Rates: In Red River County: One Year $1.00 Six Months .60 Red River Outside County. One Year $1.50 Six Months .#5 No subscription accepted for less than six months. Ourrent Advertisement Rate Card Curnished on application. a UNITED PEOPLE GET RESULTS A unified United States made pos- sible the development and general use of automobiles, the telephone, «lectric lights and the radio. A long- distance 'phone line from New York to San Francisco is th£ same length as one would be from London to Bag- dad. But the Bagdad line would cross a dozen hostile boundaries, where jealous, Ignorant officialdom...

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

The Red River County Review, Thursday, July 1, 1926 Evaporated Literature IT'S DRY We are all newspaper men down here. How do you like our typj? —o— We read in the Society Ne'vh, "While some tame in Tuexdos, oth- er* walked. —O— One of our readers suggested thn' young mothers build the baby's crib high ho she can hear the baby when it falls out. —o— A man told us the other day that next to Lewis' skating riuk at DeKalb lie noisest thing in the world is toast i'or breakfast at a Clarksvllle hotel. —o— We would like for some reader to write in and tell us a more paint il fi-cling than when a person sees nis fountain pen roll off the table aad slick in the floor. —o— We have heard of a great many dumb guys, but the dumbest wo know of is the bird that looked in the sport section of the paper to find a musical score. —o A radio is just like a young baby or a trick dog. They always do the right thing when the home-folks are around, but let a stranger step into the house and they never can...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 1 July 1926

Page Four The Red River County Review, Thursday, July 1, 1926 JULYSALE —Lingerie —Hosiery —Art Linens —Millinery —Stamped Goods Careful shoppers have always taken ad- vantage of our July Sales, and this year we have made special purchases in every line and are giving materials at minimum prices that cannot be equaled. STAMPED GOODS- Packages and open line, includ- ing Linens, Luncheon Sets, Buffet Sets, Napkins, Towels, and Pillow Cases at one fourth to one half off. Lovely hand made Maderia baby dresses and petticoats. These are lovely and as the quantity is limited we advise you to come early—The Price, $1.95 to $3.75. —OOTHAM Ootham Gold Htrjpe Hosiery, kind that wears and wears and wears. All new h had oh, 91.05 to The OTHER ALL SILK CHIFFONS $1.00 TO $1.65 New little Travel Hats in black and colors, the materials—Ribbon, Felt Velour, and Moire.—Style and Quality assured. Tk@ Btj The Place to Shop for Lovely Things Burned Out! Electrical appliances may be had at Butcher Drug Sto...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 1 July 1926

[The Red River County Review, Thursday, July 1, 1926 Page Five A GOOD POSITION FOR YOU Big business institutions look to us lor graduates to fill responsi- ble positions because they have found our instruction methods are Biost thorough. Fifty thousand former students who have made good prove it pays to enroll in Tyler Commercial College. Spend your next few months in America's greatest business training school. _ _ Step into a high-salaried position. Send the coupon printed below for the large book, "Achieving Success in Business.* It's free, •end for it now. . CUT AND MAIL COUPON TODAY-NOW TYLER TYICR.TBOV Gentlemen:—Please send me free your large book, "Achieving Success in Business." 1 am interested in a training that wfil help ine secure a good position. Name Address — BOLLMAN (GROCERY f<0. The Ciwh MUiri' VI Market ftquare V/ Good-bye High Prices These Prices Good for one Week Soda, Per Pound 5c 8 lb. Bucket Lard $1.45 10 lb. Calumet Baking pwd. i • CO 24 lb. Cream Meal 50c...

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

i Page Six The Red River County Review, Thursday, July 1, 1926 mt LEG AL NOTICES THE STATE OF TEXAS: CITY OF CLARKSVILLE: COUNTY OF RED RIVER On this the 21 day of June, A. D. 1926, the City Council of the City 'if Clarksville, Texas, convened in regu- nedy and seconded by AldermM. Keeton that there be submitted to the qualified voters wuo are property rax payerB of the City of Clarksville, Texas, the proposition for the is- suance of bonds of the said City iu the sum of 60.000.00, for the pur- pose of, "!he construction and im- provements of the streets and alleys of the City of Clarksville, Texas," lar adjourned session at it* elect,on t0 be hold on the 07 dry meeting place at the City Hall, all of;of Ju,y A v lp,Ci !be motioD car. the following named members of, Bald Council being present: J. R. lied by the following vote: i Aldermen Parks, Pope, Dinwiddle. Pope. Roy Dinwiddie, Clovis Graves. | Kcnnedv GrnV(?8 and 6. H. Harris, Chas. Kennedy. Wade|yotlng „Aye „ None y&t|ng „N...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 1 July 1926

w. % ..-■V ! w:- The Red River County Review*, Thursday, July 1, 1926 Page Seven HOUSE HASHES MKAHURK ON WAR KINK INHUKANCK Washington. May 25,—World War veteran* would be Riven another year in which to convert their war risk insurance under an amended Senate bill passed Tuesday by the House. As approved by the Senate, the measure which now goes to con- ference, provided for a sin-month ex- tension. The extension would dale from July 2 next, when the present time for conversion expires. Term in- surance, issued during the war at a low premium rate, is convertible in- to a number of different policies, in- cluding ordinary life, twenty-year en- dowment and twenty-year paid up. The bill also would provide for a five-year policy similar to term In- surance, but with a higher premium rate for veterans financially unable to pay premiums on the present type of converted policies. This point is not iu dispute betwueu the two houses. Extension of the conversion period is favored by Director...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 1 July 1926

PiigeBght The Red River County Revxdwr, Thursday, July 1, 1926 * Tomato Season In Full Swing PRODUCT PAID FOR AT CAR.— NO WAITING FOB MONEY NECCEHARY TO GROWERS With the truck season in full awing In the easter half of the county and several cars of tomatoes being ship- ped daily, the value of truck farming to planters is being conclusively prov- en to be a success. Arrangements -were made for the sale of the Dro- duct even before It was gathered jand checks are issued to planters as .t£e crop Is loaded Into the car. Industry in Infancy Though still In its Infancy, the present season being first in which particular attention has been given to the Idea, tho tomato Industry in Red River County will amount to *9 enormous sum before fall. Avery is the center of activities, where the crop is concentrated and graded and shipped. The growers associa- tion was organized at that place. Tomatoes are gahered anu tras- ported to the grading shed on the railroad yards at Avery, where ap- proxima...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 8 July 1926

Jh jrt In) |y r- II • Cnlrersity sS Textg ftym Wixxxtt fiTminfu Slruteut Join the Chamber of Commerce Volume VI Clarksville, Texas, Thursday, July 8, 1926. Number Six Schedule Given For Air Mails CONSIDERABLE SAVING IN TIME REALIZED THROUGH USE OF U. s. MAIL PLANES. According to Information giveu out by the postal authorities here Tues- day morning of this week, mall for the air mall plane leaving Dallas each morning at 7:30, must be in the office for the 4:10 dispatch, which makes direct connection with air mail plane. Schedule and full lnforamtlon fol- lows: Air mail schedule for Clarksville, Texas, via Dallas,' Texas. To Los Angeles, Calif., by air 49 hi s. 15 mins., By rail 70 hrs. 35 mins. Time saved by air 20 hrs. 50 mlus. Post- age 30c. To San Francisco by air 48 his. 20 mins. By rail 88 hrs. Time saved by air 3!) hrs. 40 mins. Postage 20c. No time saved by air mail to Chicago, 111. Time by rail 26 hrs. 25 mins. To Now York, N. Y„ by air 38 hrs. & mi no. By rail 45 hrs. m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 8 July 1926

PageTw* The Red River County Review, Thursday, July 8, 1926. _ COUNTY "The Horn* Paper." Published every Thursday by The Review Publishing Company. Incor- porated. at m North Walnut Str«et. CUrkavllle. Texaa. phone ea. Sintered aa second clans mall mat- ter at the Post Office at Clarkarllle, Texaa. under the act ot March S, lift. Dudley Look. Editor and Manager. Subscription Rateai In Red Rirer County: One Year Six Montha _$1.00 - 601 Red River Outside County. | One Year H Six Montha No aubscription accepted for leas than six montha. Current Advertisement Rate Card tyrAlphad on application. THE HUMAN CROP ties of family relationship. A fami- ly reunion at some country home Is just a Uttle happier than almost any other possible way of getting people together because of the fact thst those in attendance have all the usual ties of blood relationship. Why not try to get a family reun- ion while there is yet time for It to gladden the hearts of some of the noble men and women who yet lin...

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

The Red River County Review, Thursday, July 8, 1926. Page Thre« Evaporated Literature IT'S DRY Wheu better dateit are made, they won't be blind. Auk the man that phones one.—Louisville Satyr. —o— There are two types of unhappy women in the world- Those who have all they want and those who have not. -—O-*— Sober (to inebriate who is S.ryinK to strike wrong ewJ of match t: Why 4>ot us*- the other <end? Not so sober: Aw, anybody can do it that way.— Pennsylvania Punch Bowl. —o Where did .you get 5-hat dollar, son? Mother gave it to nw for telling hf;r about the* woman you were with lust night wben she wans away. Here's a five, son, toll her what a liar you bane been. —o— We read in the paper a few days ugo where a section of the girls' dormitory fell down, and four fel- lows were hurt. Hogan'* -Alley paper says that Weary Willie has circled the globe twice and no one has. asked him to join the Rotary club. —o— (Table "Manners When eating corn on the cob, ad- just it a* you would ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 8 July 1926

X Four The Red River County Review, Thursday, July 8, 1926. i. ?' I if j l I1. !' if-'r $1 $1 $1 DAY V* DAY Thursday, July 8th Everywhere in the store you will find Dollar Bargains. Bring your Dollar and come early, for the supply is limited. Hats—Lovely Summer Hats.—$ I Hosiery—All-Silk Chiffon $1 Brassiers—2 for $ I Corsets—Up to $ 10 Corsets for. $fl Stamped Linens—Assorted, at..$l Handkerchiefs—5 Pure Linen-. $ I Regardless of cost we are offering this sale. Come early and make your selec- tions. Tk® The Place to Shop for Lovely Things oSS. Grant of Texarkana spent i King Reed of San Angelo was the 4th with home folks. 'Clarksville visitor on Saturday. COLONIAL THEATRE "Cool As the Ocean Breeze" THREE—DAYS—THREE Monday—Tuesday—Wednesday THE BAT Is the Most Expensive Picture Ever Brought to Our Oily "THE BAT" Played to world popularity as a stage play— New York over 2 years! Chicago over 1 year! More than one million persons saw the play in New York City! More than 700,000 person...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 8 July 1926

• e The Red River County Review, Thursday, July 8, 1926. Page Five • 4 tH ■to u~ § City Cafe ■ •, — Now under new management. Change of hands. / Quick service. Prices right. City Cafe J. W. TAYLOR and SON Phone 166 Bollman grocery po. The Cash Store VJ Market Square CI A| ID Flour *8 down $1.00 per bbl., II III IK we are ^rst to rec*uce Prices- Paris Special- Flour. .$2.35 Log Cabin Flour $2.25 Red Circle Flour. $1.90 Soda per pound 5c 8 pound bucket Snowdrift....$1.60 Plenty Union Syrup per gal 50c Bran per 100 pounds $M5 Bollman's Best Coffee pound ..50c There's no better coffee at any price. We saved more new customers money last week than ever bfore. (THERE'S A REASON) Bollman motor r° STAR iUCARS CARS Star Cars The Star Car With the Million Dollor Red Seal Continental Motor Does—Out pull any car in its price ckiss D oes—Out perform any car in its price class. i £)oe8—Run more miles per gallon of gas Does—Run more miles per set of tires. (THERE'S A REASON) No automobile manufact...

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

The Red River Comity Review, Thursday, July 8, 1926. m * • ; '•* V 1.. p; LEGAL NOTICES THB STATE OK TEXAS: CITY OF CLARKSVILLE: COUNTY OF RED RIVER Ob this the 21 day of June, A. D. 1929. the City Council of tbe City 'it ClarkBYlUe, Texas,'' convened in regu- lar adjourned session at Hb regular ■••tine place at the City Hall, all of ib« following named members of laid Council being present: J. R. Pope, Roy Dinwiddle, Clovis Graves, 0. H. Harris, Chas. Kennedy, Wade Parks and W. R. Keeton, alderman H. C. Bailey, Jr., being absent and not voting, among other proceedings bad was the following: A petition presented by M. D. Vaughn and 156 others of the property tax payers was read as follows: "To the Honorable City Council of the City of Clarksviile, Texas; We, the undersigned property tax paying voters residents of the City of i Clarksviile, Texas, hereby petition j your honorable body to order un election for the purpose of determ- lning whether or not public street Improvement bonds...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 8 July 1926

a % i "Hie Red River County Review, Thursday, July 8, 1926. I / Is > Pencil Was First Telephone Signal A common-place lead pencil was the first instrument used as a % call- lug apparatus in the development of 4he telephone, says the Texas Public Utility Information Committee. Tnit was the forerunner of the tinkle tnst now calls the subscriber to his trans- mitter. The butt of the pencil was used to tap on the dlaphram and If someouo happened to be near the other end of the line all was well. But It was too much to expect that people could keep their ears to the phone all the time, waiting for a call, because tha instrument weighed about ten pounds and was large as a small packing case. Something had to be done before the telephone was placed before the public on a commercial basis. Accord- ingly, Thomas A. Watson rigged up a little hammer Inside the box and a button was pushed, a modest but un- mistakable thump issued from the other end of the telephone. This "thumper" was soon d...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 8 July 1926

t* v Page Eight BtyfSSB wPwHi V.« « The Red River County Review, Thursday, July 8, 1926. o Comfort in Cars Is Du«|to Women's Idea Tb« Beaumont Enterprise ha a ■tory about a new street car on the lines of ttoe Eastern Texas Electric Company !jln that city. "Wbetiier conclusions of It or not," says the Enterprise, "some hundreds of patrons of street cars in this city have been treated to a sam- ple of the feminine touch in the street railway business during—the past few days. "Car pij>. 42 went into service on that line/Thursday afternoon aud has been casing comment ever since. Its exterior is painted a delicate Ivory, a contrast to the usual, yellow and orange of the other cars. Its trim Is a soft gray. That color scheme It was learned the other day. Is a fem- inine touch literally for it was learn •d, the gentle color combination was designed by the wife of a company official. "ThA; interior, designed by R. A. 0111, railways superintendent, and H. C. Pressler, master mechanic, an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 July 1926

e* o^ •£« Etuer filnunfy Sirufeui Join the Chamber of Commerce Volume VI Clarksville, Texas, Thursday, July 15, 1926 Number Seven Banquet Friday Was Successful OVER TWO HUNDRED FAR. irav< AND GUESTS ATTEND FEAST AT LAKE Bids for Highways Opened Thursday PINKNEY B. PRICE OF PARIS LOW ON BIDFOR SURFACING HIGHWAY FIVE • Gathering on the shores of the lake at the Red River County Club on Friday evening of last week, over two hundred and fifty farmers and their guests enjoyed one of the most successful get-together feasts of the calendar year, Friday evening when *be merchants of Clarksville were •entertained by Red River County farmers under the supervision of Louis F. Arnold, County Agent . Preparations for the feast were begun several weeks ago, consider- able time being required to enlist the assistance of all the farmers in Clarksvllle's trade territory in the project. Mr. Arnold reported mat practically all of the planter* of th< county with whom he had conversed had favored ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 July 1926

Page Two The Red River County Review, Thursday, July 15, 1926 river count* mvikw. "The Horn® Pnpnr." Published every Thursday by The Review Publishing Company, Incor- porated. at 4R9 North Walnut Street. Clarksvllle, Texas. PHONE 62. Entered aa second class mall mat- ter at the Post Office at ClarkBvlllo, Tfexas, under the act of March 3, 1879. Dudley Look, Editor and Manager. Subscription Rates: In Red River County: One Year Six Months „*1.00 _ .60 Red River Outside County. One Ye«r 1150 Six Months x No subscription accepted for less than six montha. Current Adrertlaemen.t Rate Card furnlahed on application. profits for dealers are high at the. SNAKES AND CREDl'l v*«m present and the consensus of opinion I —-— among the mo t optimistic is that I Once upon a time a man walking ere the total financial wreck of the'to his humble abode after a hard motoring populace is realized, one might possible be abie to negotiate for car shoes without being haunted by visions of poor farms or bare...

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