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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 July 1926

•i* The Red River County Review, Thursday, July 15, 1926 JJageTTiree i •$ LEGAL NOTICES THE STATE OF TEXAS: CITY OP CLARKSVILLE: COUNTY OF RED RIVER Ob this the 21 day ot June, A. I). 1926, tbe City Council of tbe City 'it Clarksville, Texas, convened in regu- lar adjourned session «i its regular meeting place at the City Hall, all ot the following named members of eaid Council being present: J. R. Pope, Roy Dinwiddta, Clovte Graves, 8. H. Harris, Chan Kennedy, Wade AParks and W. R. Keeton, aldermun C. Bailey, Jr., being alisent and uot voting, among other proceedings tiad was the following: A petition presented by JVf. D. Vaughn and 156 others , ot the property tax jayers was read as follows: "To the Honorauie City Ouncil of tho City of ClarksvMle, Teuts; We, tbe undersized property tax paying voters residents <jf the City of Clarksville, Texas, herein} petition your honorable bwdy to order uu •election for the purpose of determ- ining whether or not public street improvement bo...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 July 1926

Page Four The Red River County Review, Thursday, July 15, 1926 SOCIETY VISITORS HONORED lira. B. R. Stllea entertaned very tellgbtfully on Friday morning hon- oring bar alater Mr*. Rlebard Crlts of Taylor. Bridga waa the diver- sion. Many beautiful flowera graced tbe reception suite. In the game Mrs. Wylie Black of Memphis, Tenn., was awarded the high score prize, which was a pretty perfume atomizer. The honoree waa remembered with « lovely pair of boae. Miss Esther Corley assisted the hostess in serving a delicous lunch- eon to tbe following: Mesdames A. M, Graves, B. F. Marable. Nowiin Watson, Richard Critz, the bonoree, J. B. Dickson, Elmore McClinton, R M. White, O. L. Doak, Setb Bailey, J. C. Durrum, Mabel Lasslter, Wylie Black of Memphis, Tenn., P. J. Graves. 8am Fryar, C. P. Dodson, J. R. McCulloch and Miss Esther Corley. PRBBBTTER1AM W. M. 8. The ladies of tbe Presbyterian Women's Missionary Society met on Monday afternoon at tbe Church. The devotional led by Mrs. V. J. Ston...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 July 1926

WBgggBBI" ' --J- JB IB-LOCALSlt The Red River County Review, Thursday, July 15, 1926 Page Five Mr. and Mrs. John Gaines and son of Lubbock are vteitlng with friends and relatives here. Clifton Cook left Tuesday fur Ida bel. Okla., where he will Join R. c. Yundt, accompanying him to Salt Lake City, Clifton has ac- cepted a position with the United States Land Office, and will be lo- cated in Utah for the next few moath*. Mrs. Robert Morris and Bobbie. Margaret Kennedy and Griffin were ldabel, Okla., visitors on WedneBdav. C. T. Walker left Tuesday forDal- las aftr spending the week with The Place to Sliop for Lovely Things Summer Hats for Summer Wear This sale of Hats is a rare opportunity for you to get a full seasons wear out of a new hat at less than cost. You will need dress hats, street hats and sport hats. A hat for every occasion— $1.00 $2.95 $5.00 $7.50 Beautiful Black Satin and Moire hats, so chic and becoming, priced $5.95 to $7.50 New shades in hosiery. We match any shoe s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 July 1926

The Red River County Review, Thursday, July 15, 1926 Bagwell Newt Bro. Weldon Moore from Clark*- Till* viilttd In the home of J. C. Honea Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Utile Corfaeil from Annona ▼lilted her slater, Mrs. Newt Parker last week. Mra. Frank Mleach, Jr., and MIbh Allle Mae Henry went to Dallas *'ri- daf to attend the marriage ot their cousin, Miss Ethel Hays to Mr. Lewis McBanear. Mr. and Mra. Newt Parker and Mr. and Mra. Eddie Honea and baby ▼islted at Whiteman's Chapel last Sunday. The MethodiBt revivial is pr<>_ grassing nicely. We are hating some good preaching and the inte- rest Is growing. Mra. Ollie Page and Mr. and .-rs. Joe Stephens were shopping in Clarksvllle Monday. Mrs. Roy Stephens Is visiting uer parents In Manchester this week. AMAZING POWER OP MEX- I CAN MUSTANG LINIMENT Stops Rheumatism — Penetrates Through the Skin to the Bone If you suffer from rheumatic pains or aches or have a lame oack or feel stiff or sore don't wait a min- DAN NOODY ATTORNEY GENE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 July 1926

The Red River County Review, Thursday, July 15, 1926 Charter No. S07il—Rewrve District No. II KBPORT OF THIS CONDITION OF THIS First National Bank at Clarksvllle, in the state of Texas, at the close of business on June 30, 1926 RESOURCES Loans and discounts, including rediscounts, acceptances of other banks and foreign lulls of exchange or drafts, sold with indorse- ment of this bank (except those shown In Item 1-b) $030,741.11 U. H. (aovernnicut serui-ltUti owned: Deposited to secure circulation (U. 8. boud par value $12,500.00 All other United States Government jecurltles $8,460.00 Total v.™ $20,950.00 Other bonds, stocks, securities, etc., owned $25,107.77 Banking house $51, 970.69: $51,970.80 Real estate owned other than banking house $25,985.19 Lawful reserve with Federal Reserve Bank $43,500.76 Cash in vault and amount due from National Banks $32,094.82 Checks on other banks in the same city or town as the re- porting bank, (other than Item 12) $2,237.61 Total of items 9, 10, ...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 July 1926

I r \ • •} Page Eight The Red River County Review, Thursday, July 15, 1926 Ads NOTICE—Beginning this week, I will take pupils desirous of learning pipe organ. Call 387 for particulars 6-7-8C OATS — Bundles or sacked from Thresher. Can supply you with Just Thresher. Can supply you with Just as many tons as you want, cut and shocked before any rains. Buy now and buy right, fill your barns. 5-3tc. Black Bros. Co. FOR RENT OR SALE — Possession July 1; the residence known as the S. Clairk residence, later owned by O. R. Igo, north of Dejiot. Seven or eight rooms, bath and runnlug water. Also residence on east main street, Just vacated. The above pro- perty is in fine repair, Just as pretty as new. We have a vacant residence occassionally, let us have your in- quiry if yfcu will be interested sooa. S-3tc. Black Bros. FOR SALE — One perfectly gentle small pacing pony; ideal for children. One high spirited extra fine saddle horse. 5-tfc. Evaporated Literature IT'S DRV It is said that one of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 July 1926

ol \3 ^'c i mi :s aer she ■ks. $Uti£r County Steumu Join the Chamber of Commerce Volume VI Clarksville, Texas, Thursday, July 29, 1926. Number Nine Record Vote Cast in First ; Primary. Here Last Saturday All Roads Flooded By Recent Rains cipal races With a total of 6,056 votea count- ed in thirty-two out of a possible forty-one boxes to be heard from, the final total of the official count which will be completed will prob- ably be a high mark in Red River county's voting career. Despite the efforts of the elements to keep vot- ers in their homes, interest in var- ious races proved sufficient to cause to be polled this unusual vote. The nine boxes yet to be Counted will probably total something over 400 votes, bringing the vote for the first primary to something over 5,500 votes, or 500 more than were polled two years ago. The officials appointed for the counting of votes in various boxes have been busily engaged with their tabulation for the major part of the present week and no off...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 July 1926

lU lU'Uj «i«n- ■nd. The Red River County Review, Thursday, July 29, 1926. Page Three New Buildings for S. M University = # I • Dallas, Texaw. July 2S,—Students returning to Southern Methodist Uni- versity in Snptombcr will find thu campus skyline beginning to fore- cast its final form as designated liy Bremer \V. Pond, Huston laadscMpa architect in charge of cainjuis devel- opment plans. All summer contrac- tors have been pushing work ou the two new dormitories for women, on ilyw Hall of Physics an4 <tu the new .stadium, with a view 4o having all completed by the time school opens in the fall. On one owner ef the campus is rising tlwi magnificent Highland Park Methodist Church, a structure of concrete hrfatk and steel financed by t-be joint tu^en- ship of Highland Park and Universi- ty Park, which adjoin. The new buildings harmonize in design with previously erected structures on the campus, us wiill all herealt*r •ui'Hcted. Men students next yoar will be housed in Atkins Hall, ■...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 July 1926

Page Four The Red River County Review, Thursday, July 29, 1926. IJ GREAT UNLOADING SALE OFFERS UNPRECEDENTED VALUES IN DRY GOODS, SHOES, CLOTHING, UNDERWE AR, HOSIERY, ETC. ENTIRE STOCK REDUCED IN PRICE NOW! Sox for 10c A bargain Polks! One lot of Children'^ assorted box, 25c and 85c values, now— 10c Ginghams lor 8c Small plaids and checks on sale, one special lot ot Dress .Ginghams for only— 8c Percales and am 14c Gingh Washable Percales, standard width, good value in Ginghams also, the yard only— 14c. Dress Materials !* V 19c Ope big assortment of standard wide width percales, 82-inch Gltaghttns and other Dress Ma- terials, worth to 85c, for— Sheer Chiffon Hose 89c Silk from top to toe, all Bhades, per pair— 89c Corsets 79c One lot back and froot lace Corsets up to $6.00 Values, marked to clear out at— 79c Gowns and Teds. 2 for $L00 One lot Ladies Muslin and Ctepe Gowns and TeddleB, al- so Sateen Bloomers and a few Children's Combination Suits of Dimity, specially priced 5!)c Two ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 July 1926

The Red River County Review, Thursday, July 29, 1926. Page Fiv< The Place to Shop for Lovely Things The nicest place in town to shop for lovely things. Freshen up your Sum" mer wardrobe with a new Summer Hat. They are reduced to a price that you can afford several We have a lot of hot weather coming yet, where a cool good looking hat will add a lot to your appearance. For Sports wear we have smart little felts that are cleverly creased and trimmed. For Mid-season wear, large or small Moire Satins or Velours. ARE YOU WEARING— #0 T\un that Starts flbove Can Thsfthi) Li If not you lose a dollar a pair on your hose. LOCALS It Rev. and Mrs. L. P. Parker ami ch'ldron left Wednesday for Call* tornia points. The trip will be maJe t.y automobile. Mrs. Kate Feeser of Par's, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Kufus Farrier, returned home Tues- day. Mesdames Km ma Reed and J. R. McCulloch and Leighton Reed were visitors iu Paris Monday. Your Girl AND yourboy By Arthur Bean, S C.D. i ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 July 1926

11 Page Six The Red River County Review, Thursday, July 29. 1926. FOR LAMB BACKS, ACHING JOINTS OR HTIFF MIHCLK8 Mrticu MunUuiit Liniment l)rinK« Quicktwt Relief lil(KiKMT ANI> FAHTBHT BOAT lU'ILT IN AMERICA IH LAUNCHED AT PHILADELPHIA High Government official)* were at Philadelphia, Pa. June 26, for the launching' at Cramps shipyardH of the uteamahip Malolo, largest and Speediest passenger vessel ever built iu this country. The speedy crart Will ply between San Francisco and Honolulu. Photo shows Miss Wil- ehlmina Tenney, Sec. of Commerce Hoover, Mtb. W. P. Roth, and the twins, Bernice and Llrline Itoth wlio crossed the continent to christen this Ibip. Sufferers from such conditions as those mentioned above can get quicker relief than they have dream- ed was possible. No matter how severe the pain, you can get rid of the agony without dosing and with- out taking powerful drugs into your system. In those sections of the country where Mexican Mustang Liniment is known, it has been...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 July 1926

Page Four The Red River County Review, Thursday, July 29, 1926. «gft MVHR COUNTY BEVIKW. "The Horns Paper." Published •▼err Thursday by The Review Publishing Company. Incor- porated, at 4R8 North Walnut Street, Clarksville, Texas. PHONE 89. Entered aa aecond class mail mat- ter at tbe Post Office at Clarksvlllo, Texas, under tbe act of Marcb 3. 1879. Dudley Look, Editor and Manager. Subscription Rates: In Red River County: One Year 110 Six Months .60 Red River Outside County. One Year 11.60 Six Months -KB No subscription accepted for leas than six months. Current Advertisement Rate Card furnished on application. MOSQUITO WORK HAMPERED Coupled with the seeming dellber- • ate carelesness of houaweives and the citizenry of thlB city at large, the unceasing rains of the past week have done much to throw tbe pro- verbial monkey wrench into the machinery of the mosquito cam- paign organization. The mere fact that residents of Clarksville have spent three months of thiB summer as dwellers ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 July 1926

> > > * MS I • COTTON KLKA MAY HAVK BEEN PKHT H;l.(V YK. «S The Red River County Review, Considerable Interest prevails as to why the Cotton Flea Hopper has only in recent years seemed to have become a serious pest. It is pointed out that the insect has been known and widely dlstrlbutal for many years, having been described as early as 1H7G by Reuter. No attacks by the insect in cotton,however, were re corded prior to 1920 since which tme the Insect has been commonly called the Cotton Flea Hopper and the at- tacks have been growing in serious- ness until this season when no Im- portant action of the cotton growing area has escaped. SuggeBtona uro heard that perhaps the flea caused damage in former years that was as- cribed at the time as due to some other cause. Color is lent to this suggestion when one recalls certain seasons when what is called the "bottom crop" was a practical failure and the cause was not thoroughly in- vestigated, hence remained unknown Furthermore, si...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 July 1926

Page Six The Red River Owinty Review, Thursday, July 29, 1926 H (Continued from Pm I) t) hti been brought In question by decision of any State of Federal Mart otherwise, end to cure end dt - tn the Issuanre of said bonds or ritiea or to provide by proper , toglslatlon to make said bond* or securities binding and valid debt* or •bligmtton of the authority issuing the same. "S. To make ayh investigation of ^ay department of the 8tate Govern- ment that the legislature may de- •Ire to make. "I. To consider any other sub- ject or matter which may be sub- mitted to said special session by the Governor. drawn* for Postponement. "The reason I have deferred the •MTMriag of the Legislature until lb* IS of September. 19SS, is be- eawae the bills presented to me by- Ike bond oompanies which are claim- .ed to be sufficient to meet the de- elsion in the Archer County road load case are in the form of a gen- eral bill or law and a special bill or :law for each particular road district ■1m the Stat...

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