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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 8 May 1925

FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1023. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Rot and Decay Are the Greatest Agencies of De- struction; They Cause More Loss Than Fire. SAVE THE SURFACE AND YOU SAVE ALL USE PEE-GEE PAINTS AND VARNISHES Steger Lumber Co. FINDER OF LEPER CURE IN DANGER Has Narrow Escape From [ Chinese Bandits. ROOFING SCREENS AND SCREEN WIRE LUMBER iaaia/aa®a®a®a®a®aMarajsiaiBiafBi3raiaraiaia/aia®ai3J5ia IF you have never ridden on any« thing but ordinary cord tires, you haven't iny idea how much comfort—and mileage — there is in a set of Kelly Flexible Cords. Both they and Kelly Balloons are made with the famous Kelly In- tegral Bead construction. KELLY Flexible CORD CONERLY'S GARAGE TOO MANY. "Mother, is it true that an apple a day keeps the doctor away?" "Yes, Jimmie; why?" " 'Cause, it it is, I kept about ten doctors away this morning—but I'm afraid one/11 have to come now." EXTRAORDINARY. The wife was greatly pleased with her success at the woman's meeting. That evening she told her husband, ...

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

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, MAY 8, 1925. LooK Us Over and you will find that we carry the most complete line of Staple and Fancy Grocer- ies in town. We can give you just what the most fastidious appetite demands, at an appreciable saving. Smith Grocery Company "High in Everything but Price" Phones 36—37—421 '(SIHIEiaMH!3fS/SI3iaia/SlDlI3IB/5JBJajaja/SEfSIoMSM5JaiaiaiaiSISISia(3l3MSJ3l3I3JSI313l3®3(5Jr SERVE IT AND ' § V. Christian Endeavor Mabel Gibbons was leader last Sun- day, with the subject, "Christianity at Home." The song servloe was a mem- ory test of old songs. One verse of each hymn was played from memory and without announcement, all were asked to sing. Talks were made on "How Chris- tian Endeavor Helps Christianity In the Home," "Prayer in the Home" and "Bible Study in the Home." Next Sunday the subject is "Where and How Should We Spend Sunday." The program will be in keeping with Mothers' Day. IN DARKEST AFRICA Poducts of General Motors have reached into darkes...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 12 May 1925

M' rn 'HSkmm w ;vcraUy ot Tcia* AUSTIN, TEXAS ffft ) D 2lc& VOLUME 4—NUMBER 100. OLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1925. fou teui PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Announcement This announces the opening or our PAINT DEPARTMENT, and the ar- rival of our initial atoek of BPS— BEST PAINT SOLD. A complete line of PuintH and Var- nishes for interior and exterior use are included, along with a number of specialties in popular enamels. Whatever your paint requirements may be, BPS will fill the need. High- est in quality, it is especially adapt- able to use where the wear is great- est. Visit our new PAINT DEPARTMENT Every detail of your problems of the kind will receive courteous attention. £)/<< 'TflambfeJ/ardware ^ - ( w-- ClAAMSWUf T£XiS - /a 93 - f/osr W/7H THf Ntw-Jl/ST PHO.Vt MO Z Peddling Ordinance in Texarkana Courts Cooper Ice Plant Is Supplying Clarksville Otlfbr cities will watch with inter- est the outcome of a suit filed against the City of Texarkana by one of those...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 12 May 1925

• i • THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1925. ftCO RIVER COUNTY REVIEW HBVIEW PUBLISHING CO., INC., Publisher* Sntered as second class Matter March 3, 1879. A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager Electric Motor Big Help to Farm Women "Before the days of the motor car." says Alfred P. Sloan, Jr., president of General Motors, "five or ten miles distance from a town meant real iso- lation for the farmer. Today the good roads movement Is bringing turnpikes past his gate; the ruts and mudholes are fast disappearing. He gets his dally paper, his morning mail, the city's best talent in radio concerts and dance music. The motor car has thought his crops nearer to market because it has reduced miles to min- utes. The farmer's family enjoys the «oclal and educational advantages of the city. His car is as indispensable as his telephone. "Until recently, however, there has been one serious handicap for the farmer, and particularly the farmer's ■wife—lack of electric power and elec- tric lig...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 12 May 1925

!• :^r,. 1 f,1 !■' VI [« I (''! Pi P 1 t'.' I" l''{ p % i P' TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1025. THE RED-RIVER COUNTY REVIEW !©£ 11 a \- l In ■ r: I ■its ClOjR NjS PIT SjT AT r Ft A ClYlTlH silTaIb [c]r Miss Blanche Taylor is the winner of the prize offered for the correct solution of the cross-word puzzle appearing in our ad Friday, May I. So many solutions to the puzzle were received that the award was not made In time for announcement in last week's paper. We take this opportunity to thank the many who submitted solutions to the puzzles that have been running in our ad for the past few weeks. It has been a decided success from every standpoint and we hope the readers of this paper who have shown so much interest in this contest will participate in others that will be announced at some future date. Again we thank you. Remember, or course, that Butcher Drug Company is "That Good Drug Store" LOCALS^ Cash paid for your used furniture, William Tayloe of Paris was a week- or will take it in as part...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 12 May 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, MAY 12, 1925. ON THEIR HONEYMOON THEY HAVE JUST RECEIVED THE MINISTER'S BLESSINGS and next they will receive the blessings of a good grocery service, for they, like all the rest, will trade where quality and service are assured—at Smith's. JUST CALL 36—37—421 Smith Grocery Company "High in Everything but Price" Local Athlete Placed in Semi-Finals at Austin Mack Reed Grant, star track man of Clarksville High School team, who represented Clarksville at Austin in the state track and field classic last week, although making the best time in the preliminaries, failed to win a place in ttie finals. Grant was pitted against the best in the state, going against Draper of Fort Worth, who established a record of 22 flat for this event, and also set a new state record in the 100 with a mark of 9.9. In the preliminary trials Grant ran the 220 & 22.2 and Draper in 22.6. DeMolays Lose Fast Game to Boosters The Clnrksville Boosters' arp still undefeated, ha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 May 1925

V ^cts wv ol 0 A'- ,cT|N,TFXk3 Wivb Wivxiivw VOLUME 4—NUMBER 101. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1925. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Announcement This announces the opening of our PAINT DEPARTMENT, and the ar- rival of our initial stock of BPS— BEST PAINT SOLD. A complete line of Paints and Var- nishes for Interior and exterior use jire included, along with a number of specialties in popular enamels. Whatever your paint requirements may be, HPS will fill the need. High- est in quality, it is especially adapt- able to use where tlie wear is great- est. Visit our new PAINT DEPARTMENT Every detail of your problems of the kind will receive courteous attention. V/w TftarabfeJ/anhvare ^ -- ciAAKs^/ur reius -/an- r/ttsr WITH TH£ N£W -Jt/sr PHOSt HO / Retail Merchants to Have Free Auction for Farmers of County CHRISTIANS DEFEAT CLARKSVILLE HI TO PRESBYTERIANS, 8-5 By taking the Presbyterians into camp by the score of 8 to 6 at League Park Tuesday, the Christians tighten- ed their hold...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 May 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1923. it The Free Traders .By. Pictor Rousseau WNU SERVICE Copyright by W. o. Chapman. But Joyce mode no reply. "You've answered me, you drab!" Jtathway shouted. "So you've been living with him on the trail these two weeks past! By heaven, I was a fool to take you back from him without killing him! Tou thought I'd swallow that He about your having forgotten yon were a married womnn, did you? Did you ever hear of a woman forget- ting that she was married?" Joyce only watched him with a Used gaze that made him uneasy. "You won't pretend to me that your relations with him were Innocent, I suppose?" Still Joyce said nothing, and Rath- way grasped her by the wrists, "Answer me! Were they?" "Yes, they were Innocent." The words Issued mechanically from her Up*. He glared at her. Incredulous, wanting to be convinced, unnble to be. Of courbe the girl was lying. He would rather have known the worst than remain In that state of uncer- tainty. He didn...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 May 1925

FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1925. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW STUDEBAKER \WmM • v MV' > I The Gf^ew Standard Six ^Brougham $1465 P. O. B. FACTORY IF the body of this new Studebaker Brougham were built by an outside concern—as is the practice with most other automobile manufacturers—its price could never be $ 1465. But Studebaker builds all of its own bodies in the most modern body plants in the world. Thus Studebaker saves the profits which other car builders must pay to body makers. This means highest quality at lower prices. The new Studebaker Standard Six Brougham combines smart appearance with brilliant performance and sterling dependability—at a price no other manufacturer can even approach. Come in and see this new car—then you'll understand why it is that Studebaker values cannot be equalled. Four wide doors. Full width seats. Smart appearance with long, low lines, oval rear windows and orna- mental top braces. Full-size balloon tires. Brilliant performance of famous SO h. p. Studebak...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 May 1925

o • THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1925. HBO RIVER COUNTY REVIEW JtEVIEW PUBLISHING Publishers CO., INC., Jlnt«r«d as second olass March 3, 1879. Matter A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager CITY STREETS ARE NOT RACE TRACK Leighton Reed in Luncheon Talk Explains Rotary Ideals The following speech on Rotary uny words which would present to Local officers are again on the war path. We say again, because for the past few weeks speed maniacs have been allowed to roam (or ride) at will on the streets of Clarksvllle, with but little fear of arrest. So brazen have some become that it is sot uncommon to see cars traveling aw fast as forty miles an hour on some ©t the streets In the residential sec- ltons. Speed law violators are just as much law breakers as one who vio- lates any ether law against the peace and dignity of the state. Their crime, for. crime it Is, is often more danger- ous than some things tor which the guilty are sent to the penal institu- tions. Who is there that do...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 May 1925

ft • FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1925. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW #lt • I <5 i 'Vi'v--'' ^ ."IK, H iff m Flowers for the Living We are all prone to saye our boquets for the deceased. That is, all but us. We feel no reproach in telling you that we are the best, and we back that statement with the most complete line of pure drugs in the city and the most accommodating and con- scientous service obtainable anywhere. Just call 74. B UTCHER DRUG COMPAN "That Good Drug Store" Y Cash paid for your used furniture, or will lake it in as part payment on now furniture.—Dryden Furniture Co. Standards of the world: Sterling on silver; living: Berlin on music, and Athas' Ice Cream at Bolero's. W. E. Gaines of Annona was in the city Tuesday night. Berl Bradford of Blossom was in Clarksville Tuesday. Miss Marjle VanWey of Sulphur Springs, who spent last week-end here as tho guest of Mrs. Sam Williams, returned home Tuesday morning. Lin Sivley returned Tuesday night from a business trip to Fort Worth. Ed N'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 May 1925

o THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1925. I v- i Smallpox on Increase in United States More smallpox cases were reported to the Texas State Board of Health during the month of April than cases of tuberculosis, there being 193 cases of smallpox and 1*86 cases of tubercu- losis. There has also been an increase in smallpox throughout the United States Public Health Service, with mild epi- demics occurring in several states. The most serious of these epidemics have been at Birmingham, Ala., and Washington, D. C., where 1.9 deaths have occurred since January 1. The cases appearing there have been of a j more virulent type than cases report-1 ed from other sections of the country, J and thousands of government em-| ployes as well as other residents of Washington have submitted to vaccl-j nation recently. Dr. H. O. Sapplngton, Texas state, health officer advocates vaccination of every person in the state who has not already successfully been vacci- nated. He stated, "The prevalen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 May 1925

f) 925. law- 's at •xas, H'sh. day FRIDAY, MAY 15, lp2.' THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW — O ID 0. • I Rot and Decay Are the Greatest Agencies of De- struction; They Cause More Loss Than Fire. SAVE THE SURFACE AND YOU SAVE ALL USE PEE-GEE PAINTS AND VARNISHES Steger Lumber Co. 'foeKiTcnm GW ROOFING SCREENS AND SCREEN WIRE LUMBER '[3EIBJSEI3I3MSJ3I30I5I3I3I3IS1SI3 • u The ou/jballoon tire made this new way TT may sound like Greek to you when we say that the Kelly is the only balloon tire made with.the looped bead construction. But translated into the lan- guage every motorist can understand, that means—more mileage, more comfort and less gas! KELLY Balloon TIRES Conerly's Garage NOTICE. TREASURY DEPARTMENT Office of the Comptroller ot the Cur- rency, Washington, D. C., March 31, IflUf.. Notice is hereby given to nil per- sons who may have claims against The City National Dank of Clarks- ville, Texas, that the saino must be presented to Malcolm S. McConihe, re- ceiver, with legal proof th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 15 May 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, MAY 15. 1925. % Down Goes Old Nan H. C. L. The high cost of living met its Waterloo when it attempted to enter the homes of our customers. We have saved them countless dollars by giving them quality merchandise at quantity prices, and if you are not a regular customer now you will be eventually. Call 36, 37 or 421 and let us start your savings account. Smith Grocery Company "High in Everything but Price" Eiaisisi3iaiaiaiai3i5®i3isjaisisi3/SisnsnBiaisi5!®aisiafai3i3/ai3isi3Jsi3i3(B®s]3i3i3J5/3iaoi3JsisiB 1 i I A bank account is the only thing you can buy without spending any money. Some one will save the money you make; why not save a little for your- self? First National Bank of Clarksville The Bank of Better Service Mr. and Mrs. Barry Honorees A delightful entertainment of the past week was the one given by the members of the Forty-Two Club Mon- day evening at the home of Mr. and Here is true economy' KEEP your suit young-looking by getting Dutch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 19 May 1925

University.tl SSWf AUSTIN, TEXAS fiT1? . :.x:: r- ■'' . a D O *) f) JRtu^r County iRrutem VOLUME 4—NUMBER 102. Were it so that all the homes of the community were being entered at i community fair for consideration of judges who would decide which was most lastingly constructed, attractive- ly trimmed, or more inviting from outside appearances— Ami were it so that your home was destined lo be on display—to be crit- icised—wouldn't you give the detail of its exterior more consideration? It isn't on exhibit at a fair, but it is on exhibit every day in your commun- ity! And, for that reason, isn't there even more necessity for it being neat and trim the year around—by good paint? Besides, new paint will add many years to the life of the woodwork and exterior timbers of any home. And BPS—BEST PAINT SOLD— will top the average a few years better! Ask us for the cost of BPS for your home. D/f <> TttarabfeJ/ardware 1ft - - cuM*SY*ue rexxs - f/fiST W/7H THf N£ W ~ /(/ST PtfO.Vt \c CLAR...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 19 May 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, MAY 18, i:cjr,] HED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW JtEVIEW PUBLISHING CO., INC., Publishers entered aecond class Matter March 3, 1879. A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager Protect the Birds, the Insect Destroyers Twenty-five million cats populate the United States, says the United States Department of Agriculture, and Indirectly they are an economic lia- bility to the farmer. The old house cat makes great inroads on the bird life of the country and in so doing Teduces on* of the best allies of the farmer in his war against insects and grubs. The birds should be protected Years ago the depredations of the cat on birds caused little concern, hut Bow that cats have become so numer- ous in the United States, people are waking up to the Increasing necessity- of protecting birds against them. It is not necessary that householders part with their pels, but these poten- tial bird destroyers should be kept from unduly increasing If the effort to prevent them from killing...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 19 May 1925

TUESDAY. MAY 19, 1!)2.r . THE BED RIVER COUNTY REYIEW t-S k 2 o For the Graduate In making your selection of a gift for the boy or girl graduate don't forget that we have a complete stock. Whether it be a boy or girl we have just what they want. DAINTY TOILET SETS FOR THE GIRL SPORTING GOODS FOR THE BOY BOOKS, FOUNTAIN PENS, PENCILS for either. Come in and select yours now. We are more than glad to show you. B UTCI-IER DRUG COM PAN "That Good Drug Store" Y pTLOCALSf Jewell Kichurd of Annona was In the city Friday. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Williams and little son. James Ray, left Saturday for Dallas, where they will make their future home. Mrs. J. M. Smiley left Suuduy for j Jj a short visit to Dallas. Mr aml Mrs Henry Smith arrived | jj Friday from Jason for a visit with home folks. Miss Louie Norris and Mrs. J. T. McRoberta were Purls visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dickson of In- dianapolis, Intl., are spending: a few days here with friends and relatives. Mrs. C. T. Walker left Suna...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 19 May 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, MAY 18, 1925^ In Clarksville Society Bridge Parly Cimo- Conerly After A Meal Some meals are hard to catch, that is, after you have decided what you want, it is of- ten hard to find. But if you will just call us first, all this trouble will be done away with and you will get just what you want, want. No substitutes. —If it's good to eat, we have it— PHONES 36—37—421 Smith Grocery Company "High in Everything but Price" CLEVER WIFE. "What birthday present are you go- ing to give your husband?" "Oh, a hundred cigars." "What did you pay for them?" "Nothing. For the past few months I have taken one or two from his box dally. He has not noticed It, and will be delighted with my tact In get ting the kind he always smokes.— Pacific Mutual News. INNUENDO "Troubles never come single," phl- losophied the uninvited caller. "Who's your companion?" asked the bored host. ^aiBlgiaiSja]S/SlSJ3ISlBIBI3faJS®aJE13ISI3/5IElB13J3(3fS13!5®J313lfiI3EiS)a®Siaj3ISJ5IS.,3JE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 May 1925

JUSTIN Tfc" 1 fitomfu W&xnzwx VOLUME 4—NUMBER 103. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1925. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Texas and Pacific Wants to Take Two Trains Off This Division i Were it so that all the homes of the community were being entered at 4 community fair for consideration of judges who would decide which was most lastingly constructed, attractive- ly trimmed, or more inviting from I outside appearances— And were it so that your home was destined to he on display—to be crit- icised wouldn't you Rive the detail of its exterior more consideration? It isn't on exhibit at a fair, but it is on exhibit every day in your commun- ity! And, for that reason, isn't there even more necessity for it being neat and trim the year aioutul—by good paint? Besides, new paint will add many years to the life of the woodwork and exterior timbers of any home. And BPS—BEST PAINT SOLD— will top the average a few years better! Ask us for the cost of BPS for your home. Dtc cfttarabfe&...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 May 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, MAY 22, 19: The Free Traders Uictor Rousseau WNU SERVICE Copyright by w. o. Chapman. "At sunrise, then—" Lee he«nn. At sunrise? Ood, mnn, do you suiv pose I'm going to wait till sunrise?" shouted Rathwny. He took off tils bell containing Ills pistol, and laid It on the floor. "We'll start at once." Lee handed Joyce his pistol, then, going Into the room, extinguished the «andle, brought It out, and slipped !t Into his pocket, and the three set out Immediately. When they reached the rocking stone Lee looked back, scan- ning the country carefully In case Rathway's aides were following them. He had expected treachery, but It was quite Impossible for any spy to ap- proach near enough to discover the entrance under the stone without be- tas observed, as Rathway had him- self discovered during his yeurs of fruitless effort to follow old Felly; and there was no sign of the three. It occurred to Lee, besides, that Rathway was not likely to wish the entranc...

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