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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 17 April 1925

VJuVV crsM ot aU8T1N, TEXAS im \1 Situ^r County Steufeui VOLUME 4—NUMBER 93. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Annual Spring Clean-Up Drive Plans Perfected At a mass meeting of about 100 representative business and profes- sional men at the City Hall Tuesday afternoon plans were perfected for the annual cleanup campaign, the committee and ward captains named, and machinery set in motion for an intensive campaign to make Clarks- vllle a "spotless and mosquitoless town," the drive to start at once and < nd Tuesday, April 28. The meeting reluctantly accepted the resignation of Dr. Nowlln Waston, •who has served as chairman of the •central committee for three years, and appointed a committee, A. M. •Graves and S. B. Fryar, to draft a res- olution of thanks for the splentiid •work I)r. Watson has done while di- recting the activities of the health unit. The meeting went on record as favoring the adoption of the same system and plans of making th...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 17 April 1925

m |r '• uk : THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1925 JICO RIVER COUNTY RBVICW JMVIEW PUBLISHING CO., INC., Publiahars •• second clasa Matter March 3. 1179. A. T. BRYCB, Editor Mid Managar Avery Newt The First Baptist church bad a very Interesting program and preach- ing services for Easter. Br*. Watson held Easter services St Avery Baptls tchurch last Sunday. Qnlte a crowd of Avery people went to West Bowie for Easter services. A program was part of the entertain- ment. Avery and DeKalb staged a singing contest Friday night at the Methodist church. The Judges decided in favor of DeKalb. Their next singing will be at DeKalb. Last Saturday was Trades Day at Avery and the crowd was the largest •we have had. John Buchanan and Miss Mary Trances William were married Satur- day morning. Bro. Carlton performed the ceremony. Mrs. James Kennedy of Texarkana I• very HI at the home of her daugh- ter, Mrs. John Medford. Miss Aline Campbell was home for the week-end. William Walker was...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 17 April 1925

FRIDAY, APRIL 17,1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW I I Screens Painting Repairing A man's home is his castle. Does yours satisfy you in its present con- dition, or does it, like most houses, need new screens, slight repairing and repaint- ing? ,■*< „ Spring is here; do it now. ! Steger Lumber Co. LUMBER THAT IS LUMBER "Prismatic Ring" Is Newest Radio Invention Baltimore, Mil.—Invention of a de- vice known as the "prismatic ring,'' ■will enable radio fans to see the next Olympic games as well as hear the cheering It Is predicted in a re- port to the American Chemical So- ciety recently in session here by the inventor. Francis Jenkins of Wash- ington. D. C. Prof. Jenkins also promises that the stay at homes may see the presi- dential inaugural ceremonies from their own fireside, see a distant foot- ball or baseball game as it ls.hap- pening. A gold-plated walking stick with a perfume holder in the top was carried by Henry the VIII. m flTJ For Old Gold, Platinum. Silver, Diamonds, Ma...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 17 April 1925

> b THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1935 I 4 r i !f.. CM The Free Traders ■By. Victor Rousseau Ooprrttht by W. a. Ck(pBH. 8YNOP8I8 CHAPTER 1.—Lee Anderson, Royal Canadian Mounted Police sergeant, la cant to Stony range to arreet a man namsd Felly for murder. He !• alto .inetruoted to look after Jim Rathway. reputed bead of the "Free Trader*." lUIolt liquor runner*. At Little Falls be sad* Pelly 1* credited with bavins round a gold mine, and 1* ml*alng. CHAPTER II.—At tb« hotel where 'Anderson atop*, a girl, obviously out ,9f jtlaoe In the rough surrounding*, ppear*. A halfbreed whom Anderson ears called Pierre, and a companion, Wiorty," annoy the glrL Anderson In- terfere*, earning the enmity of the two •tea, CHAPTER III.—The girl sets out for Sleton Lake, which Is also Anderson's Abjective. He overtakes her and the two men with whom he had trouble the night before. CHAPTBR IV.—Pierre and "Shorty" ride on, Anderaon and the girl follow- ing. In the hills the road la ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 17 April 1925

• Jl FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FREE Solve This Puzzle and Win EOLj aans plyiNlY mm □B E 551 O acrana nar nci □gp ran uo 3I1S a C! □□ HOD nGrai □ aEQCl aia sran a MBS ana # $2.50 IN TRADE Miss Theresa Latimer was winner of the prized of- fered for solution to last week's puzzle LOCALS^ Miss Maurtne Grant of Paris is spending a few days in the city. Saunders Womack of Negley was a Clarksville visitor Thursday. Mrs. W. H. Pittman and young. son. Billy, of Annona left Thursday morn- ing for Lubbock, where they will spend the summer. <£), lilt, W«it«ra Ntwiptpcr Union.) Horizontal. 1—Native of an eaatern country 7—vP«rialnlng to another eastern country II—Caper 14—Kind of large water wheel used for ratalng water in Spain 15—Chopper 17—German for "Mr." II—Gleeful ll—Boy'a name 10—Ft* II—Hamotti American race horae, winner of Kentucky derby II—Large Englleh city (abbr.> 14—FHyalOM Unit 6f work ' II—Joint of the leg 17—Body of water U—Know (arch.) 10—Girl's na...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 17 April 1925

f) THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1925 1 | I 1 I ff I I I 4 ■I! ■ J •, These Mornings —When you (eel more dead than alive. —When your energy is gone, and all you can seem to do is yawn and stretch— —You simply need a tonic of the kind that takes you 'way out where things are growing, and the world looks young. —Bundle the family Into the car; grab an armful of edibles and an- other of outing needs, and— —Make a picnic for the day. —"Nothing like It," you'll say next morning when you come down town feeling like a new man. —Complete outing equipment at our store. —Vacuum Bottles, Thermalware Jars, Paper Plates, Cups, Etc. in sets, Fishing Tackle, Camp Stoves and other equipment. —Call In. the 9ftaraMe&/atxfware ^ - ciM*s*tttr rums •***• r w/7H thj ft £ w -yvs" v: Mrs. Brock Honored On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. John McAnear delightfully entertained at bridge) in honor of Mrs. M. D. Brock of Memphis. Tenn. Mrs. H. A. Wal- lace holding high score received a boudoir cushio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 21 April 1925

University. ol Ta l ,,, j||v AUSTIN, TEXA8 „i2Jl 3ReB VOLUME 4—NUMBER 94. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1926 Seufeut PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Clean-Up Campaign Is Now Well Under Way All forces have united following the mass meeting ut the city hall last Tuesday afternoon and everyone seems to be entering into the spirit of the clean-up campaign and mos- quito drive and Clarksville will not only have a clean face and hands, but is promised a "good washing be- hind the ears" bofore the final day of the drive, Tuesday. April 28. ^ The first five days of the drive ^^Itavo brought splendid results and if v the clean-up continues as well during the remaining week, practically all work will have been completed be- fore the closing day. Citizens who have not as yet done their cleaning up are requested (o start at once and not wait until the last minute to do it. While there ■will bo a number of trucks available for hauling the trash and cans to the city dump on that day, the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 21 April 1925

It nfyV, THE RED RIVER COUNTY REyiEW TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1925 DONT PASS UP THESE LOW PRICES AT THE BANKRUPT SALE! We want every man and woman in Red River County to come in and get their Share of these wonderful bargains "1 Never Saw Such Bargains'' Customers are making this remark at every turn in this Store This $15,000.00 Stock Must be Sold Quickly EXTRAORDINARY SPECIAL BARGAINS EVERY DAY THIS WEEK, THOUSANDS OF PAIRS OF SHOES TO BE CLOSED OUT THIS WEEK t The D. D. Strong Stock West Side Square AED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW MVIEW PUBLISHING CO., INC., Publishers Cntored ■■ second clsss Matter March 3, 1S79. A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager Political Extravagance In Madison, Wis., a great fire wiped *mt the historic state capitol. Many other states with an extravagant genius for self-expression build state capltols that are monuments of in- efficiency. In Wisconsin they blew in >7,500,- <000 for one of the finest marable pal- aces in the United States. They built jk perfect maze of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 21 April 1925

$ TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW i i 9> Cross-Word Puzzle Fans WE OFFER YOU $2.50 in Trade for the correct solution to the cross-word puzzle appearing in our ad in The Review each Friday. Solution to puzzle must be brought or mailed to our store not later than 6 p. m. Wednesday following the appearance of the puzzle. In case of more than one correct solution, prize will be awarded one having the neat- est paper. Butcher Drug Company "That Good Drug Store" American Forest Week Set for April 27 The week of April 27 has been set aside by proclamation as American Forest Week. It is part of the program to draw popular attention to the necessity of conserving our timber resources. President Coolidge says we have too freely spent the Tich and magnifi- cent gift which nature has bestowed upon us. The agricultural department supple- ments this by saying the forest prob- lem is of great concern to farmers and they should do their share to conserve the nation's timber. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 21 April 1925

I.' THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1925 kr Spring Clean Up —Calls tor equipment to make tha job thorough and easier next time. —Ours Is a store of complete equip- ment of the kind. Everything needed in preparation for a success of the spring campaign is here. SPECIAL Enameled Steel Wire Rubbish Burners $3.25 —A dandy item for the busy days. —Phone your orders. Dtfe 'TftarabfeJ/arduxire Wl •/Imms - eututsmir roots f/asr w/*h THi/vsw -Ji/srPHC.st < Sargent b the Giant of the Cabinet S Heart Disease Now Causes Most Deaths A generation ago tuberculosis was the captain of the men of death in this country. Today heart disease Is. For two decades or more the preval- ence and mortality from tuberculosa have been steadily declining. For an equal length of time heart disease has been gradually Increasing. The death Tate- from the latter caught up with that from the former In 1912 or there- abouts and has been forging ahead ever since. Now tuberculosis, with a mortality of a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 24 April 1925

university ot ?«M SI*® U AU8 TEXA1 4JH iRrfi County 3trutetu VOLUME 4—NUMBER 95. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Council Discusses City Finances Monday Aside from routine business, prac- tically the whole of the Monday night session of the council was taken up in a discussion of the financial af- fairs of I lie city, and acting on the suggestion of Mayor Cornelius, the meeting was adjourned over until Thursday night at which time the council was to again take up the mat- ter. The report of City Treasurer J. H. Summers was read and accepted. While the report showed the city somewhat In the "red" it is thought that by practicing rigid economy in all departments the city's business can be carried on this year without adding greatly to the present deficit. Many Delinquent Taxpayers. Muyor Cornelius stressed the Im- portance of collecting delinquent taxes which for the year 1924 amounts to about $15,600. Added to this amount is approximately '$4,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 24 April 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW The Free Traders -By- Uictor Rousseau WNU SERV1CB Copyright by W. O. Chapman. •YNOP8I8 CHAPTER 1.—Lee Anderson, Royal Canadian Mounted Pollca sergeant, la Mat to Btony range to arrest a man named Pally for murder. He la alao batructed to look after Jim Rathwajr, reputed head of the AFree Traders/' illicit liquor runoera. At Little Falls Ife Snda Pell/ la oredlted with having found a cold mine, and la missing. CHAPTER II.—At the hotel where ^•daraon atopa, a girl, obviously out t( place in the rough surrounding*, Appears. A halfbreed whom Andereon {hear* called Pierre, and a companion, ^Shorty," annoy the (lrl. Andereon In- terferes, earning the enmity of the two Dtt. CHAPTER III.—The girl aeta out for .•(•ton Lake, which la aleo Anderaon'e •blectlve. He overtakea her and the two men with whom he had trouble Bight before. CHAPTER IV.—Pierre and "Shorty" rltia on, Apderaon and the girl follow- lag. In the hllla the road la blown up, •afore and behind the tw...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 24 April 1925

1 FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW >id nd el. ie- wo nd litt he rly on < f -ee ig- olf po, (►IT me •ry he ISO <§ • Do Tall Buildings Sway in the Wind? Does the Woolworth spirf. vibrato v hen the wind Hows? That is the <ii'OKtion that is agitating New York. Sonne suy it doos and some si'v it doesn't. Now it if to ho put to tin tost. Not exactly the acid tes. I'Ut -.mother one that, will tell if it mn"oi ho much as the breadth of a hair be- tween perpendiculars, no matter bow bard the wind blows or the pressure it exerts against it. In 1913, im- mediately after it was completed, tr-sts were made throughout the two hours during the raging of an 87-niile nn-bour gabs and it did not budge the fraction of a hair. Now to prove that the big tower does not "swing wilh the wind" most elaborate tests are to be made. Take either side lie BULL'S EYE "Editor and QeneraTManaqet WILL ROGERS Another 'Dull' Durham adver* figment by Will liogers.Zicafeld Follies and «crcc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 24 April 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVfEW FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1925 FI RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW REVIEW PUBLISHING Publishers CO., INC.. Entered a* second class March 3, 1879. Matter A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager The Country Store 1 and Country Doctor The pausing of the country town In one of the munt lamentable facta In this modern day and time. Its one «f the ancient landmarks of our early day history, the school house in which crude diamonds in the rough were polished. The old country store is Mother relic of a bygone age. the cracker box. nail keg, counter, D. M. Ferry's seed box and the old rawhide bottom chairs, worn slick with useage and all cut and notched up with bar- low knives. Yes, the country store ■was the clearing house for the ex- change of human ideas, questions were evolved and problems solved in the •tore behind the stove. The croquet ground, pitching horseshoes behind the blacksmith shop, playing check- era and pitching dollars were some of the diversions practiced In that 4a r a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 24 April 1925

FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1023 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW • • • •• • t H I Solve This Puzzle and Win 3| 11AITMJC O RL I ,AQA 1C e. R 'JQ IIJM'a -"lEJiS L!A|N'D'E^caA|n'a!o R Ne'n TJ|A R TIEIRIY" IE N D|gE.T aBJA] I imJ "■lei*!" — , HUL LiA SpHMu AM I JtM|F O'Rt [A 8IHP SiPl il"1 A'RlAIOH L ADAN C S t: T K iNiE G TiA.B $2.50 IN TRADE Miss Margaret Smith is the win- ner for the prize offered for solu- tion to last week's puzzle. LOCALS f M. H. Ihh Kreom—it's ,the tastel James Colan Jr, and Nicholas James HAVE YOU SEEN THE BIG Ches Davis Tent that tells.—Stilus Drug Compuuy. I N'yal Foot Powder makes walking, easy.—Stiles Drug Compauy. . J. CV Barton, Left Monday on a short visit to Denton and Dallas. Albas were Paris visitors Wednesday night. William Snow and Aubrey Walters of Paris were in Clarksvllle Tuesday. Jewel Richards was in Clarksville on business Wednesday Cornet Stiles of Annona Clarksville Wednesday. was in Mrs. Jack Burnette of Texarkana was a Clarksville visitor Tuesday. Noble ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 24 April 1925

MwFia*1"" I THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1925 Hoover Would Help Little Fellow Big intentions are of less value than small actions. | Poor houses are kept for people who intended some day to have a bank account. Not one of our numerous depositors ever opened an account tomorrow. First National Bank of Clarksville The Bank of Better Service ®jai®i2i^jsiaM(3i3i'3®i3)afc!(ai3fsiajsja(aiEfiiai3/aiaii2iaiaiajsii* a All People Will Be Beautiful Soon An eminent plastic surgeon gives the comforting statement that ugli- ness is soon to disappear from the human family. In 25 years—possibly in 10 years—an ugly face will be a rarity, according to this eminent sur- ATE TIM FAST Sndi Carolinian Took Black- Draught For Indigestion, and Sajt He Could Soon Eat Anything. Ballentlne, 8. a—Mr. W. B. Bouknight, ot this place, gave the following account of his use of Thedtord's Black-Draught. "Just after I married I had Indi- gestion. Working out, I got in the habit of eating fast, for wh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 24 April 1925

FRIDAY, APRIL 21. 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW K Flies! Not the least part of the Clean-up Campaign that Clarksville folks are now wagiug is directed against the disease carrying fly. SWAT I1IM! Better still, screen your house so he can't get in with his germ-laden body. We're strong for the Clean-up and Paint-up Campaign. 8creen Door*, Screen* and Screen Wire. Paints and Varnishes Steger Lumber Co. LONDON NOW HAS ABOUT 8,000,000 Telephone Area of City Cover* 735 Square Miles. London.—Recent unoftiolai estimates of tlie population of Greater London have put the figures at about 8,000.000, The London telephone area covers 73.1 square mile#, aud the UH-troptlltun po- lice district 601 square miles, aud both are said to be growing rapidly. The distance across London from various sections of the greater city vary from twenty to thirty miles. Sir Klngsley Wood, M. P., speaking recently on the Inmsing question, an- nounced that the total uuml>er of houses authorized at the beginnin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 24 April 1925

vp •- Sri 0 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1025 Spring Clean Up —Calls for equipment to make the Job thorough and easier next time. —Ours Is a store of complete equip* ment of the kind. Everything needed in preparation for a success of the spring campaign is here. SPECIAL Enameled Steel Wire Rubbish Burners . T' $3.25 —A dandy Item for the busy days. —Phone your orders. D/fe Cftlarabfe&/aix?ware Wi cia xsrtur mxas -/#«*• nnsr w/r,y rnr Mcw-j(/sr phoxi mo t Egypt's Little Prince at Play W TODAY Aniry Stammer Hafts • llerc is 11. It. H. tlie I'rlnce l'urouk, heir apparent to the Egyptian tiiroue, celebrating his sixth birtliciay by driving his miniature automobile uhout the grounds of the royal palace. Avefy News Mrs. James Kennedy (lied last Sun- day at the home of her daughter Mrs. John Medford. Bro. Kennedy nnd wife were residents of Avery for many years, having moved to Texarkana a few years ago. She was a sweet Christian mother and was loved by everyone who kne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 28 April 1925

University, ot Tcxfi AUSTIN, TEXAS im V' .* 4 X 2Rri> VOLUME 4—NUMBER 96. Cmmfy W&vtevd CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS,TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Body of Collins Hat Been Exhumed Miners Released it from Rock and Have Brought it to the Surface CAVE CITY, Ky., April 23.—Sand Cave yielded its prisoner and today the body of Floyd Collins, taken from the bottom of the shaft after rest- ing there over night, lies in a Cave City undertaking parlay. Burial will be on a hill overlooking Crystal Cave a cavern which the exploreer dis- covered several years ago. A limestone and sandstone rock, ■weighing between 75 and 100 pounds, which pinned Collins* left leg as he was crawling from the depths of a newly discovered pit, was remoVed last night, by miners employed by the victim's brother. The body was freed for the first tihie since January 30. when the falling rock caught CoIllnR and held him fast while hundreds of volunteer workers struggled 17 days to free him. NEED OF ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 28 April 1925

fi:,, r ! Iv ■Im f J./ i-i I j It THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 102c JtKD RIVER COUNTY REVIEW JIIVIKW PUBLISHING CO., INC., Publisher* fntertd as second data Matter March S, 1879. A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager Owner of World's Biggest Ranch Dead Mra. Henrietta King died at her palatial home in Southern Texas ir. ■ orai weeks agj. Am bead of the estate, which ex- tends for 100 miles along the Gulf Coaat Mra. King was known as the owaer of the world's largest ranch, ooataining 1,280,000 acres. Her for- tune, estimated at more than $6,000,- 400, classed her as one of American's wealthiest women. Although she was 93 at the time of ker death and wealthy beyond her own* knowledge, Mrs. King had travel- ad but little, spending practically all fit her life on the ranch, and was com- partlvely unknown even to the people of Texas. Mrs. King was born in Booneville, Mo., In 1832 and moved In her early life to South Texas with her father, • Presbyterian missionary. Several yea...

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