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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 28 April 1925

TUESDAY, APRIL 2S, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW 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. in. 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" This Label Protects You It's the logical thing to do —to buy your Used Ford Car from Your Nearest Authorized Ford Dealer This Lcbel is your Guarantee of Value ? 5 Your Electric Lamp! Romance! Have you ever thought of its connection with the lamp which illuminates your home, office or factory? Here are some of the things that go into its making — materials and minerals assembled from all parts of the world i Potash from Germany. Feldspar from Sweden. Manganese from the Caucasus. Cork and Pyntes from Spain. Shellac from ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 28 April 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1925 { (]D^ r Dead Easy —And a pleasure, too, this business of keeping the lawn in true form with an ECLIPSE Mower! —Np other mower just like an ECLIPSE! —They're self-sharpening! —By reversing the operation of the blajdes, a simple operation accomplish- ed by turning a little sleeve on the Center of the reel shaft, the reel blades are sharpened against the lower cutter bur. And, becuuse one blade is sharpened against the other the result is a fit of the two—like the blades of a pair of good shears. —Adjusting an ECLIPSE, requires the use of no tools! Two wing nuts, easily operated, raise or lower the cutter bar blade, effecting a positive adjustment in a jiffy I —You'll like the ECLIPSE. —Ask to see It at our store. Otfp yftaraS/eS/attfwane Wt •/imm • cuBMtvtur rams -/#«- /"MM"/ U-7 r/iT W n-'Sl P/fOV >'■ Child Marriage in the United States The fact has been made public by the Russell Sage Foundation that more than two-thirds of u m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 1 May 1925

VnHersUy ot tew* •.TP"-, """" ""'■ ■«. \ •■ ^fvQpRN ,T«**# 1 O € VOLUME 4—NUMBER 97. i (Kmiutu Steutew CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, APRIL 28, 1925 RAIN INTERFERES WITH TUESDAY'S CLEAN-UP DRIVE Jupiter Pluviua proved a stumbling Muck in the wuy of the truck com- mittee who had everything set for a final cleanup drive Tuesday, witii the r< suit that the central committee has decided to postpone the final cleanup day until next Tuesday, May nth. The additional week should give; every citizen an opportunity to put ; the finishing touches on the general | cleanup and the trucks will begin j early in making their rounds on that ; day. Several loads were hauled to the i city dump in spite of the rain but ; the condition of tlio roads made fur- ther, work impracticable. Committee Meeting Monday. Dr. C. D. Scaff, chairman of the • central committee, has called a spe-1 cial meeting of all ward captains and assistant?, for Monday afternoon at 4i o'clock at the city hall, to make final arran...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 1 May 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY. MAY 1, 1925. 3 0 The Free Traders ■By- Uictor Rousseau WNU BBRV1CB Copyright by W. O. Chapman. 8YN0PSI8 CHAPTER 1.—Lee Anderaon, Royal Canadian Mounted Police sergeant, la Mot to Stony ranee to arrest a roan Kned Pally (or murdar. Ha la alao tructed to look aftar Jim Rath way. faputad haad of the "Free Tradera, illicit liquor runnera. At Little Palie ■e finds Pally la oredlted with having bud a void mine, and la mlaelng. CHAPTER II.—At the hotel where Anderson stops, a *lrl, obviously out •f place In the rough aurrounalnga, Appear*. A halfbreed whom Anderaon ■ear* called Pierre, and a companion, "Bhorty," annoy the girl. Anderaon in- terferea, earning the enmity of the two SMB. CHAPTER III.—The girl aeta out for flaton Lake, which la alao Anderaon'a objective. He overtakea her and the two men with whom he hail trouble (he night before. CHAPTER IV.—Pierre and "Shorty" ride on, Anderaon and the girl follow- ing. In the hllla the road la blown up, be...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 1 May 1925

7 4 "T1' %NK FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1023. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW CARELESSNESS CAUSE OF GREAT FIRE LOSS Cupidity Also Enters Into $475,000,000 Waste. New York.—If carelessness and the moral hazard coulil hi- eliminated, lire losses would he reduced 7f> per tent. That Is, Instead of a yearly lire loss 111 the United Suites of $800,000,1100, It would be only .$IThe other three-fourths Is. I>y insurance records, laid squarely at the feet of man's care- lessness" and his nini'nl hazard, a term which Includes arson and other crim- inal attempts to prolit illegally from Insurance. Insurance companies attempt to check tire losses at their source. They not only try to avoid issuing a policy to a man who has several fires against his credit, hut they also offer more favorable rates where effort has heen made to reduce the lire risk hy the modernization of buildings and the segregation of hazards. A far more dlflicult situation presents Itself in trying to avoid Issuing perndts to un- desir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 1 May 1925

Of THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1925. «ICD RIVER COUNTY REVIEW AEVIEW PUBLISHING CO.,' INC., Publlahera ^Entered at aecond elaaa Matter March S, 1879. >. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager Vocational Agriculture J. B. Rutland, assistant supervisor of Vocational Education, spent Friday and Saturday, April 24 and 26, in vis- iting school boards in the interest of ■the teaching of vocational agriculture In the schools of this county. From the favorable comment of every board visited, it Is, expected that at least lour'teachers of vocatiojjal agriculture "will ''be employed by the schools of this county. It Is expected that a cir- cuit of three schools will be worked up around each of the following places •a a center: Avery, Detroit and Bo- gata. Annona is considering the em- ployment of a full-time man. The governor vetoed the state ap- propriation for vocational agriculture, ■till the State Board of Vocational Ed- ucation will be able to pay two-thirds ot the salary of a te...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 1 May 1925

«t .yy FRIDAY, MAY 1, 15)25. THE RED KIVEK COUNTY REV IKV\ 0 • • c F R EE Solve This Puzzle and Win □Bp rnHnnEnB aa_ □aag ciannn BEEE ^r^QQn □Earn □ sano aaaas (rraiinn $2.50 IN TRADE Miss Virginia Seay is the win- ner of the prize offered for solu- tion to puzzle last week. ® • I IIS,. lfiiti. Western N«w.p«p*r I'nlun) 1- 11 13 14 15 18 1H- 28- 2C 27 2S'- II- 14- fi 8N- 4?- 4 f. 47 80- 6.V Dfi 87 8S 60- «1- 63- 65 6fl- Horizontal. -Tennis -Fruit* of the onk -Kuint'd -Kustirn state (abbr.) 6—Layers 17—Halt 21- 24- -Hlpple -A lath 30—Check 82—Pelts 37—Rodent 40—To happen 43--nver (poetic) Brief letter —fnti junet Ion —Kronen water —lie Indebted to — I'ndi-rneath -Ship's corps — tttfpon.se -Beverage —Acquires by labor — Wooden pejc —Ohio city -K.< plres — Clod of love —Cat's huninilnif 48—Hurler —float 52—Mule 53—Affair! -Twenty-four hours Impersonal pronoun Noted German pmnpoaer — Ft ret-t — Initials of n United State Ident —Most recent —Heaping tool -River In England -Town In nor...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 1 May 1925

THE KM j ItlVER COUNT* UK VIEW FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1D25. KELLY BUfflRD If you've never ridden on Kelly's you can't appreciate the feeling of security that comes to Kelly users. « In spite of the fact that Kelly's are so much better than ordinary tires, they are reasonably priced. Conerly's Garage VANITY COSTS MAN $750,000,000 YEARLY Pays Big Barber Bill for "Looking Pretty." New tlon w Vork.- of /rouge -The annuul consump- alone amounted to 17,- 8ftfl,00<V boxes lust yeur, while other beaut/lers—cold creams and powders, Inclusive of talcums—are handed serosa the counters at the rate of 55,- 047,000 and 240,002,000 packages a year, respectively. Such are the fig- ures revealed to the public by the re- tail druggists of the country, who re- cently held their convention in Wash- ington. Women are the only purchasers of rouge, but authorities on the subject agree that men rival women In the use of cold creams, and some say that they arc the heaviest buyers of tal- cums. It Is not usual, t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 1 May 1925

•T> FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1925. I'HE KKDvKi v l OUNTY HEX 11v f-: I s W;V ''m tn 4! Wa 1t;> ■ mil !V- w ll EJQJBISJSf3JSiSJf5io3i3fc=JcHcZf^irEiSfcjSJSISrSfSJSJc&ISfSJSrGiJD3 iSJI^JfiiSffilSriZrSjSiSJSJSiPIIhlSJSJSfSiSiSJeilSJoi d Flies! Not the least part of the Clean-up Campaign thut Clarksville folks are now waging is directed against the disease carrying fly. SWAT II1M! 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. 8cre«n Doors, Screen* and Screen Wire, i Paints and Varnishes Steger Lumber Co. WILL SEEK WEATHER DATA HIGH IN AIR To Make Daily Flights to Study Conditions. Washington. — Knowledge of hith- erto unknown air conditions at high altitudes which will enable the weather bureau to iuulie forecasts with more certainty and for a more advanced period will be made avail- able to that otliee under arrange- ments completed with the naval air station at Anaeostia. According to the program, nava...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 1 May 1925

•h y THE RED KIN < 'UJNT> KEVIEV FRIDAY, MAY 1, 1925. y\ ! ■; i 1 ! ,. i I } i TO Dead Easy —And a pleasure, too, this business of keeping the lawn in true form with an ECLIPSE Mower! —No other mower just like an ECLIPSE! —They're self-sharpening! —By reversing the operation of the glades, a simple operation accomplish- ed by turning a little sleeve on the center of the reel shaft, the reel blades are sharpened against the low«r cutter bar. And, because one blade is sharpened against the other the result is a fit of the two-r-like the blades of a pair of good shears. —Adjusting an ECLIPSE requires the use of no tools! Two wing nuts, easily operated, raise or lower the cutter bar blade, effecting a positive adjustment in a jiffy! * —You'll like the ECLIPSE. —Ask to see it at our store. TftarabfeJ/antwan •/!«*-* - CUBMSWUr roots -//«- f/asr w/rn wr *fw -jvsr p</o* • v THE FAITHFUL SHOPPER ' "Sticking the woman's dress he had jnst bought, under his arm, the male Chopper starte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 5 May 1925

University of Texas AUSTIN, TEXAS ) o < gjgjp^ Steft W&xxzt (Ennnfy Steuteut VOLUME 4—NUMBER 1)8. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1925. — I'sually, giftH bought for mother at u hardware store will be of a kind that will fill some long-felt want for her home; one that will add to its attractiveness or one that will be of use to her in its maintenance. —Thus, a well-stocked hardware store will be useful to those shopping for a gift for mother, ftfl- presentation on her day. —And you'll find ours one, decidedly, of the useful kind. V/w (ftlarab/e&/aix/ware Wi - fi4h#iwur rixts - /a 95 - r/nsr w/m th£ t/ew-ji/stphom/: mo. t Three Troops of Boy ! J. E. Barry Honored Scouts Organized by the Rotarians Clarksville Is Second in Triangle Meet Following the suggestion of Region- al Director Fitch, in charge of Boy Scout activities in this division, the 4S boys who have signed up to be- come members of the scouts here were divided into three groups, form- ing three troops instead...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 5 May 1925

• l • THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1925. ^REO RIVER COUNTY REVIEW REVIEW PUBLISHING CO.. INC.. Publishers Entered ■s second class Matter March 3, 1879. A. T. BRYCE, Editor and ManaQer The Marvels of Communication More progress in fast communica- tion has been made during the past 25 years than in the preceding 25 xsenturies. Smoke by day and fire by night were first used for transmission of Information. Carrier plegons have been used for hundreds of years, Germany equipped the letter car- riers with stilts early in the Sixteenth century to increase their speed of delivery. Among the savage nations, drums •re still used to transmit messages over .wide areas. ' In the United States, stage coach •ad pony express furnished the fast- est means of communication by letter ' before the advent of the railroad; butt it was not until the invention of the telegraph and later of the tele- phone that instantaneous communica- tion was established. The first long distance message ove...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 5 May 1925

• l I TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1025. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW • t • • «) TO . -Kicking Things Around- Funny how we want to tear things up when we are feeling badly. Nothing seems to go right. Naturally, we attribute this to some hard luck we've had, but usually this luck can be changed, and that quickly by taking a spring tonic. You will get just what the doctor orders at Butcher's where each order receives our most careful attention. Butcher Drug Company "That Good Drug Store DUTY FIRST In the early days of the World War three Belgians, four Spaniards, five Frenchmen, a couple of Swedes, on Austrian and an American. Please in- the officer in charge of a British form me who in the h—1 we are at post deep in the heart of Africa re-j war with." ceived a wireless message front his ~~ chief. > There are 21 sons of presidents of "War declared. Arrest all enemy! the United States. aliens in your district." A few days later the chief received this reply: "Have arrested seven German? ' LOCALS ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 5 May 1925

\3uWcr THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, MAY 5, 1925. Bringing Home the Bacon Thousands of years ago man fed his fam- ily by the strength of his club arm. Now the wife merely calls 36—37—or 421, se- curing the best on the market at a saving. •—We Are as Near as Your Telephone— Smith Grocery C, rrocery v^ompany "High in Everything but Price" Phones 36—37—421 ]Snnjsiajiai2,'3Jsr[0J5l3faiBjaj3J3fai5I5I3l3Ii3®cUD,Jffl3I3l3l3JSI3/3I3I3I3I3I3l3J3B'J3IB)3I5ISI3l3/3/5Oj5' New Century Club The annual meeting of the New Century Club was held Saturday aft-1 frnoon with Mrs. A. M. Graves as hostess. After a brief business session, the j following new officers for the ensu- ing year were elected: President, Mrs. E. C. O'Neill; vice president, Mrs. J. R. McCulloch: re- cording secretary, Mrs. C. D. Scaff; corresponding secretary. Miss Louie Norris; treasurer, Mrs. J. C. Durrum; parliamentarian. Miss Bena Clark. A new office of poet laureat was created to which Mrs. Emma Reed was unan- imously ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 8 May 1925

V5 VV creUy ol Tcxal ' JU U6TIN.TtXA an V ' I 4) 1 a With J&ixtvt fifrmnty WLzxxizw VOLUME 4—NUMBER 9!). CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1925. i —Usually, gifts bought for mother at a hardware store will be of a kind that will fill some long-felt want for her home; one that will add to Its attractiveness or one that will be of use to her in its maintenance. —Thus, a well-stocked hardware store will be useful to those shopping for a gift for mother, for presentation on her day. —And you'll find ours one, decidedly, of the useful kind. rj/u> fftarabtcJ/ardware - ctAfixsvuir rixss f/f>sr W/7H THf NfW -Jt/sr PHONt MO./ C. H. S. Athletes Off for State Meet at Austin Clarksvllle will be represented at the State Interscholastic Meet to be held at Austin Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week, by some of the best talent ever sent to a state meet by a hiffh school in this district. , v Mack Grant, star dash man of the Tiger crew, will be entered in the 100 and 220-yard dashe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 8 May 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, MAY 8, i;>25. The Free Traders ■By. Victor Rousseau WNU SBRV1CB Copyright bjr W. O. Chtpraan. SYNOPSIS CHAPTER X.—L«* Anderaon, Royal Canadian Mounted Police aergeant. iff ffant to Stony ranse to arreat a man kamed Pelly for murder. He la ai o tofftructed to look after Jim Rathway, reputed head of the "Free Traders," illicit Uquor runner*. At Little Fall* kff finds Pelly la oredlted with having found a sold mine, and Iff mining. CHAPTER II.—At the hotel where Anderaon atopa, « girt, obviously out •f place In the rough surroundings, Appears. A halfbreed whom Anderson Keara called Pierre, and a companion, "IRhorty," annoy the girl. Anderson In- terferes, earning the enmity of the two. CHAPTER III.—The girl aets out for SUton Lake, whloh is also Anderson's •fcjactive. He overtakes her and the two men with whom he had trouble ttoo night before. CHAPTER IV.—Pierre and "Shorty" ride on, Anderson and the girl follow- ing. In the hills the road 1b blow...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 8 May 1925

FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1925. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW (I The Ideal Car for Spring STUDEBAKER Standard Six Duplex'Phaeton THE new Studebaker Standard Six Duplex-Phaeton is the ideal car for Spring—and for all the year. When the sun is shining, it provides the exhilarating freedom that only an open car can give. When it rains or storms, or on damp, chilly evenings, you have instant protection at your finger tips ... by simply lowering its roller side enclosures, an exclusive Studebaker feature. This extra convenience is found only on cars built by Studebaker. And the Studebaker Standard Six Duplex- Phaeton sells at the price of an ordinary open car. % Come in and see this new-type car. Learn what Studebaker offers before you buy. j. o. b. factory W U *r 'Wjm * M. T. GOODMAN THIS IS STUDEBAKER YEAR Skyscrapers Are Built Like Humans The American skyscraper is built like a human being and does prac- tically everything that man does ex- cept walk, Alfred C. Blossom, arcbi- tfct, said at nt the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 8 May 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1^5 •5 HED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW REVIEW PUBLISHING CO., INC., Publishers fntered as second class Matter Maroh 3, 1879. A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager New Shamrock News Our school closed Friday, and our play was a big success Thursday night The patrons were very much pleased With Mrs. M. C. Elliott. Miss Lois Ar- nold and Mrs. Hemmlngway's good work. Miss Eula Duncan's school closed at Lane's Chapel Friday. There were several carloads who attended her play Friday night. Mrs. Cooper had an attack of ap- peadictls Thursday and was very aick for a few days. Willard King and family visited John Mabry Sunday. Johnle and Monroe Cornett and Lee and Ed Ore en of Sherry attended church here Sunday. Justin Grady and family of Durant, Okla., were here last week. Mrs. Willie Belle Ralney of Sherry •pent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Mabry. Jewell and Ray Walden and Will Allsup of Rawls visited friends and relatives here last week. Miss...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 8 May 1925

FRIDAY, MAY 8, 102'. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW I -Kicking Things Around- Funny how we want to tear things up when we are feeling; badly. Nothing seems to go right Naturally, we attribute this to some hard hick we've had, but usually this luck can be changed, and that quickly by taking a spring tonic. You will get Just what the doctor orders at Butcher's where each order receives our most careful attention. Butcher Drug Company "That Good Drug Store" Special for Saturday and Monday-- Coco Mats, size 14*25, 79c. Every homo should have one. No charge for deliveries.—Dryden Furniture Co. Mothers' Day, Sunday. Mother is your best friend. Remember her with a box of candy.—Sotero's Fountain. Mrs. B. A. Dinwiddie Jr. and Mrs. S. B. Fryar were Paris visitors Tues- day. Mrs. Ed Proctor, Miss Agnes Adams and Miss Elizabeth Cox motored to Paris Wednesday. Mrs. W. C. Hamilton and Mrs R. J. King were visitors in Paris Tuesday. Mothers' Day, Sunday. Mother Is your best friend. Remember her with ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 8 May 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1925. I'm Coming Around to See You! You have probably learned of me when reading the national magazines. I'm the Fuller Man! I represent the largest manufacturer of brushes for personal and household use in the worldl I am located in your community. Hope to call on every woman who sees this ad. To eveTy one I visit, I give a Fuller Product without cost or obligation. This is to prove the quality and usefulness of my line. You'll know me by the Fuller button which I wear in my lapel. Till we MeetI WESLEY PHILLIPS CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, PHONE 17 /A Sweet Breath \ at all times/ FLAVOR ■LASTSi WELL TRAINED. "Did you give the man tlie third de- gree?" asked the police officer. "Yes. We browbeat and badgered him with every question we could think of." "What did he do?" "He dozed off and merely said now and then, 'Yes, my dear, you are perfectly right.' " "Bad Old Days" Is the Proper Term 1 BUY AN OVERLAND on our EASY PAYMENT PLAN - after eVery meal ...

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