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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 May 1925

FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1925. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW STUDEBAKER ft a Q THE STANDARD SIX Duplex TZpadster $1125 F. O. B. FACTORY Body finished in black en- omel with satin-btack top. 50 H. P. engine. Roomy luggage compartment under rear deck. Deep package box behind driv- er's seat. Full-size balloon tires. Safety lighting. The new Studetaker Standard Six Duplex-Roadster is a high-grade, low-priced car especially adapted to personal transportation. Duplex! That means it combines both open and closed car advantages. The airiness of an open car when the sun is shining! The protection of an en- closed car for rainy, stormy weather! You make the change in 30 seconds — without leaving your seat— by simply lowering the roller side enclosures. Built only by Studebaker! And it sells at strictly open car price. Come in and see this new-type 3-passenger road- ster— see its many conveniences — learn the greater value that Studebaker offers. M. T. GOODMAN * 1 H I S I S STUDEBAKER YEAR 4° Two May Da...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 May 1925

•I# THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW friday, may 22, 1925. ft ED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW fltEVIEW PUBLISHING Publisher* CO., INC., ftatervd second class March 3, 1879. Matter A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager Grand Jury Will Investigate Crime (Continued from Page 1) for trial July 6, and proper assign- ment will be published In the Review •t an early date. Civil Docket. The assignment of civil cases was furnished The Review by District Clerk Hollingsworth. 'THIRD WEEK. Monday, May 25. Wesley Steward, et al, vs. H. T. Patterson, et al. Guarantee State Bank vs. V. D. Rey Holds, et al. Thursday, May 28. J. W. Hurt vs. Sam Chambers, et al. Red ^fiver County vs. M. L. Sims. «t al. Red River County vs. A. M. Graves et al. Roy Garland vs. Earl Patterson, et •L Guarantee State Bank vs. T. T. Tompkins. B. R. Myers vs Byron Franklin, et al. Joe D. Giddens vs. City National Bank of Clarksville. Friday, May 29. First State Bank of Deport vs. Ross Tomlinson. et al. First National Bank of Bogata vs. G. D. F...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 May 1925

FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1925. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW •if • i# 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 UTCHER DRUG COMPAN "That Good Drug Store" Y LOCALS Cash paid for your used furniture, or will take it in as part payment on new furniture.—Dryden Furniture Co. Cash paid for used Fords; price must be right.—Conerly'B Garage. Sam Abernathy of Farts was a busi- ness visitor to ClarksviUe Thursday. Mrs. Gordon Uaker was a Paris vis- itor Wednesday. Mrs. J. W. O'Neill left Tuesday for' Birmingham. Ala., in response to a tel- j egram staling that her daughter. Mrs. Campbell, formerly Miss Louise Cheat- ham, is very ill of pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Oimo have re- turned from a short...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 May 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1925. Immigration Policy of United States President Coolldge, In his praise of the new American policy of restriction on immigration, undoubtedly has spoken the mind of the American peo- ple. There is no question that the great number of American Indorse a policy which tends to make the peo- ple of this country one people instead of a collection of foreign quarters. It is true that the geographical nature of thaf United States makes it Impos- sible to carry out the entire Intent of the Immigration policy. A large num- ber of Immigrants are smuggled into the country every year. It Is evi- dent, however, that this number Is far less than would come If there were no legal and financial difficul- ties In the way of wholesale immigra- tion. We need a better Immigration pol- icy than we have. If It were possible to do so without Incurring a dispro- portionate amount of enmity in Europe we ought to say that no immigrants shall enter except such a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 May 1925

FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1ft: THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW 5 PPL MARIMBA BAND r.ll/ITffUill A ® Fly Time Before the flies get into the house is the time to put up the screens. Our prices for screens complete or for screen cloth alone are very reasonable. Steger Lumber Co. roofing SCREENS AND SCREEN WIRE LUMBER S®SJSJSJ3M3®SI3I3I3IBJSI3J3fiv!IB/SI3JBI3EfSIB1513I3ISf313®I3J3IS Ten Years in "Home Town" Newspapers In 191ti> there were 2,445,666 anto- mobiles In this country. It seemed a tremendous number. Some people were already talking nliout "the saturation point" being not f.ir ahead. Rut if there were some men who <niil(in't see the woods for the trees there were others whose faith neTer faltered. It took a lot of vision for them to see that the true market for tlie auto- mobile had hardly been touched. It took « lot of courage for them to bank on the ultimate success of the automobile in that market. They had both. Back in 1915. the United States Rubber Company said. "The real fu- tur...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 22 May 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1925. IT'S THE LITTLE THINGS THAT COUNT And we can save you a little money on everything you buy. Not much on each article, it is true, but it doesn't take long i for the nickels and dimes to count up to dollars. We have the goods and you want the service, so just call 36, 37 or 421. Smith Grocery Company "High in Everything but Price" Swat the Grasshopper Is Slogan for Texas Bagwell News a s College Station.—Swat the grans- hopper with poison bran mixture by broadcasting It in the fields among the young cotton. That Is the most valuable advice that the A. and M. College can give at this moment to the cotton farmer of Texas. Don't forget the Ingredients for the poison Wheat bran 25 pounds, while arse nic 1 pound. 6 oranges or lemons or 3-4 ounce of banana oil or amyl ace- tate, 2 quarts low grade cane or sorgh- um molasses and 2 gallons water. It is best to put it ont about sun- j vi8ltjn(? Mrs. Henry, rise as the hoppers feed In the morn ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 26 May 1925

,rsuy ot Tcsft* AUSTIN, TEXAS 1TP o o o I > * ^ o 3Reii VOLUME 4—NUMBER 104. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MAY 26, 1925. DEFENDS COURSE (NlOiM PICNIC HELD PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS JUNE —Brings in the season of weddings, and with it the problem of gift buy- ing. —Hut, us in other seasons, a trans- lormation of the problem Into a real pleasure takes place whm the gift shopper visits Our store. -- Really, your selection can be (illicit- ly effected in an inspection here. A very complete line of suitable gift merchandise is on display, and what- ever requirements may be yours the answer awaits you in our well ar- ranged stock. rJ/>v T/larahfeJ/ardware - S m €iA0 * ''uA. '■ ">09J - " * F/RST W/7H THf HfW -Jl/ST PHOHt NO i INJUNCTION CASE RED OAK SATURDAY 1 B9.LLMAN brothers 1 regret very much to enter into a controversy with the brilliant county attorney of Red River county, but without an explanation to a recent ar- ticle appearing in your paper I fear my attitude toward t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 26 May 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, MAY 26. 102:,. fttO RIVER COUNTY REVIEW ftlVIEW PUBLISHING CO., INC., Publisher* Pntored at second elaaa Matter March 3, 1879. 1A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager LARGER AUDITORIUM NEEDED. The overcrowded condition at the class play Riven in the high school auditorium Friday night of last week evidences the crying need for a larger auditorium in Clarksville. The play was splendid, full of action and amusing situations, but owing to the crowds standing around the walls and in the halls there was unavoid- ably a good deal of noise and many of the best "quips" were lost to a number in the audience. Although the seniors realized a nice aum of money from the performance, liad the hall been more adequate to accommodate the crowd, they would In all likelihood have made enough to leave a very neat little "nest egg" on a curtain for the stage, as well as paying for the stereoptican, which i they have recently installed in the | high school. I Clarksville has...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 26 May 1925

TUESDAY, MAY 26, IP25. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW «• • • • 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 UTCHER DRUG COMPAN "That Good Drug Store" Y LOCALS W I McCulloch GrocerY Company I " I JL JL QUALITY QR0CERIE8 CLARK8VILLE, TBXA8 JL W. K. Gaines of Annona was In the nectcil with the department of art of city Thursday night. the Dallas schools. Homer Pop* returned last week1 Mrs- diaries McDonald and Miss from Whitesboro where he spent sev- j Nina visited Miss Mary Gear, eral days with his sister, Mrs. CJ. V,. who ' patient in a Paris sanitarium, Gaines. j Friday night. SWEET STUFF Mrs. Gilbert Gaines and children. I °' B' Cr088 r,>,ur,lpd SUn(lay Gilbert Gordon and Katherine....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 26 May 1925

SHE THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, MAY 26, 1925. 20% Discount SALE Only a Few Days Left And there are lots of bargains you can not afford to miss. SHOES at prices so low that you can well afford to buy a year's supply— $10.00 Shoes for $8.00 7.50 Shoes for 6.00 5.00 Shoes for 3.75 GENUINE PANAMAS and best grade STRAWS at rock bottom prices— Genuine Panama Hats at ......... $5.50 Best Quality Straw Hats at $ 1.50 to. . 5.50 Get Our Prices and You Will Buy From Us J. E. Dorsey —QUALITY MERCHANDISE— Senior Class Hears Fine Address Sunday Sunday morning at the 11 o'clock hour at the First Presbyterian Church Rev. G. B. Cross, father of James Robert Cross of the Senior Class, de- livered an inspirational talk on the "meaning of Life" to the class and large audience. The church was appropriately dec- orated in the class colors blue and wl)ite. Two musical numbers very much •enjoyed were a solo by Mrs. Lewis Murphy of Omaha Neb., and a duet by Miss Ruth Marable and C. L. Browning. Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 May 1925

J 0* •HO* AUST N. TEXAS With Wiiwt ffiountu WLtxtivw VOLUME V—NUMBER 1. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1925. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS °0 : JUNE —Brings in the season of weddings, and with it the problem of gift buy- ing. —But, as in other seasons, a trans- formation of the problem into a real pleasure takes place when the gift * shopper visits our store. —Really, your selection can be quick-, ly effected in an inspection here. A very complete line of suitable gift merchandise is on display, and what- ever requirements may be yours the answer awaits you in our well ar- ranged stock. V/u- Cftlarabfe&/ardware - - ctAtttswur rrxxs -/#ju • f/f)5T W/rH JHCNCW -Jl/sr PHOHt AC. Light Rates Reduced Here by Utilities Co. Effective May 20 NO ACTION ON THE LIGHT FRANCHISE AT C. OF C. MEET CHRISTIANS WIN OVER METHODIST By defeating the Methodists In a close game at League Park Tuesday, the Christians again went into the lead in the percentage column, breaking 'i tie between that t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 May 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1925. The Free Traders .By. Uictor Rousseau WNU SEKV1CB Copyright by W. O. Chapman. He laid the bag down In the swamp growth, lie felt more at ease now. INo one would think of looking foi it there, und to hoist it Into the motor boat would he a matter of only a minute or two. Looking Into the boat, he saw that Kramer had placed the drum of gaso- line In It, as he had ordered. Ratliway ehuckled. Joyce, the boat jind the gold—and Estelle away! What more was needed? A few hours' delay, until the men ■were stupefied with whisky, then— One minute's start was ull he needed. Then he was safe. He could make Lake Mlsqnash In three days. There, In the far north, ut the last outpost of the Free Traders, run by the half-breed whom he supplied per- iodically with hooch for sale, he ■would remain with Joyce, safe against pursuit through the long winter. In any event It was not likely that the gang would have the enterprise to follow him. In spring Joyce...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 May 1925

^25. vhllp. for. [>l>Ier 'MP tllng Utfc. rms Hut <>Y( i Ifi Ills bat (Id, to ii n- uit ut, 08, ith In he ill! k(. i-n of To i>f t le le r, • FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1925. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW < • •I • Beginning Life Anew JSvery now and then we bear some- body express the wish that he or she could hugiu lite all over 'again. That in a good idea—so good that it would be well to put it into execu- tion. If one really wants to begin life all over aguin, why not do it? Perhaps you think you have not the oppurtuuity. Each new day is an op- portunity. "Yes, but I am no longer young." Well, one does not have to be young to begin life all over aguin—young in .years. People aro living to be 90 years old nowadays uud are very ac- tive at 90, too. So a man at 60 isn't old. A man at 60 may have 30 years ahead of him, and one can do a lot in 30 years—yes in five years. Actually, one has a better opportun- Your CoiTWiilioB ♦♦♦♦♦; > "PASTEUR" For the knowledge of how to treat fl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 May 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1925. ■K v ■ . ¥ ZSjOCx -yCsY I ' ViiiViiiH.i** SATURDAY MAY, 30 THIS is the day of all days when the rapidly disappearing enmity between the North and South that has been so long-lived is completely lost in the united admiration of both for valiant sons who so eagerly answered when they were called to defend their ideals. They made the su- preme sacrifice and it is this sacrificing spirit that has made all our wars successful and from which Old Glory has ever come victorious. It is the day on which we drape our shops in flags and bunting and with a silence born of awe and .rev- erence, we lay a sacrificial wreath on the last resting place of our dear departed, as mute tributes to boys that occupy such a sacred spot in our hearts. But the greatest tributes are paid in fewest words and the most devout worship is done in silen- ce so let this page express our love for our departed heroes. -'Muii KELLY'S BOOTERY I THE STYLE SHOP 1 W. L. POPE ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 May 1925

FRIDAY, MAY 29, 192:,. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW •t ft • ) • • • Just As Sure AS YOU SEE YOUR- SELF WHEN YOU LOOK INTO A MIRROR Hull's how certain you feci that a drink served at our fountain will be all right. There is none of that wondering how it is po- int? to taste, for you know that it. will taste exactly as you would want it to taste. And the quick service rendered with such machine-like precision will help to convince you that our soda fountain is the home of good drinks. B UTCHER DRUG COMPAN "That Good Drug Store" Y I'almote Lelmhoff of Paris was a Clarksville visiter Wednesday. J. H. Johnson, representing the Homo Benefit Association, was a busi- ness visitor to Clarksville Wednes- day. C. P. Allen of Bogata was in the city on business Wednesday. Representative Tom DeBerry of Bo uata was a Clarksville visitor Wednes- day. M. F. Mayfield, M. P. Mayfield Jr. and A. A. Jamison of Wills Point were guests of Leon M. Gilmore several days this week. Mr. Mayfield Jr. will be con...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 May 1925

.:•* •■ V THE RED RIVER CX)UNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1925. IT PAYS TO PLAN « Not only the house plan, but the method of paying for the home you intend to build. We can solve this problem for you—let us explain our loan plan. F. A. ANTONE INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS FARM AND CITY LOANS City National Bank Building CROSS-WORD PUZZLE NO. 3 "A WOODEN WEDDING." Two Poles -decided to get married. The groom was from Maplewood, the bride from Kirkwood. The groom had a wooden leg, the bride a cedar chest. The father said it was a good match, he had no objections as long as they had a plnine (plain) wedding. His prospective son-in-law was a carpenter and the bride was a chip off the old block. ltd. 1926, Wealurn Nawnpaimr Union.) Horizontal. 1—Book of Old Tustamsnt 6—Competent 9—Worry 10—Bllra 11—Render Into another lantfUHge 16—Economy 21—Kind 24—Artifice 29—Tibetan ox 36- 33—Endure -Com punion of Bryarly Ferry Now Running New Cable Good Boat, Good Ferryman 13—Conceit 20—Over 23—Kind of moth 2D—...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 May 1925

• • FRIDAY, MAY 29, 192.'. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW t OTIONAL MARIMBA BAND *w$\\ VJ 1 You wouldn't think of going oui in Ihe rain without inspecting your umbrella and clothing. Then why do you lei your roof continue to leak? If repaired in time the cost will he much less. And if you buy the materials from us you will save money. Steger Lumber Co. GUflTEMdLfl ft ROOFING SCREENS AND SCREEN WIRE LUMBER t®S®Sf5fSJSI3fS13J3JSI5®i2JS.rSJ3®]SiS®Sf3J3jSfBM3J3J3ISJSMii Danes Building Seven Ports in Faroe Isles OOI'KXlIAf SUN.—No fewer than (seven new harbors of varying sizes j iind Importance ure now In course of J construction in the Karoo islands. I At Tlmrshavn. the capital of the is- ' lands, work on a new harhor, com- i prising two ipiays, protected liy a 1 breakwater feet long, is well nd j vnnced II nil is 0\pectec| to lie com- pleted nt the end of next year. | A more modest harhor nenrlng cora- ( plellon is at Skv>pen, tlie north west , jiolnt of tlie Island of Satldoe, ana j c...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 29 May 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, MAY 29, 1925. Special Saturday Only Your choice of a large stock of Voiles, priced 85c to $1 yard, for ^ This priqe is good for Saturday only. Buy while the price is right. J. E. Dorsey —QUALITY MERCHANDISE- SERVE IT AND Athas' Ice Cream at Sotero's Fountain Standards of the World —Sterling on silver —Irvine Berlin on music —Athas on ice cream PLEASE ALL Madras News There will be an ice cream supper at the home of Mrs. John Igo's next Friday night, June 5. Everybody is invited. Mr. and Mrs. Will Durrum have re- turned home from a visit in Jeffer- son. 1 Oscar Smith is on the sick list this week. R. D. P.ussell Is Improving, after a few weeks of fever. Sunday school and church were well attended Sunday. Miss Vernie Smith spent Saturday night with Miss Eloise Henley. Mr. and Mrs. Hefiry Rogers and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Henley. Several of this community attend- ed the commencement exercises at St. Joseph's Academy in Clarksvllle M...

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

oi 'i'pxal IS®® UnW«s'3i-^ ,rrr A<J6T'N4 TEXAS up Steii mutt VOLUME V—NUMBER 2. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 2, 1925. WLtxtitw PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Any reduction in prices effect- ed in the sale of Hay Ties in the local market will be met on an equal basis at our store. cJ/:c <7ftarabfe&/ardu)are Wi ClAfiKSVUf riMtS -<495- F/nST WITH TH£ KfW-JUST PHONt NO i Presbyterians Pound Crosby for 6 to 1 Win Gftting to Crosby, Baptist mounds- man, for six solid smashes In the third inning, the Presbyterians scored four runs, enough to win, in a well lilayed ball game at League Park last Thursday. Crosby had but one bad! Humphreys, in addition to buying j Financial Report on I C. H. S. Athletic Ass'n Director of Athletics Sam Humph j revs lias just recently completed a I detailed statement of receipts and j expenditures of all high school ath j letics during the past school yaar. Inning, the third, and had the Presby- terians eating out of his hand the rest of the w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 2 June 1925

I THE RED RIVER'COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, JUNE flCO RIVER COUNTY REVIEW REVIEW PUBLISHING CO., INC.. Publishers ffaterwd ■■ ®cond elan Matter March 3. 1879. A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager Two Cases A man was convicted In one Texas court and sentenced to serve tbre? terms of 10 years each—the aentencer to run concurrently. Recently Gov- ernor Ferguson pardoned i.that man, and a storm of protest went up all over the state against her action. Ill a court in another part of Texas another man was found guilty of kill- ing two officers of the law ami was tttitenced to die. His case was ap- pealed and the finding of the lower court was affirmed by the court of appeals. A petition bearing thousands of signatures asking for a eommuta Hon of sentence was presented to Governor Ferguson, but the communta tion was refused. Instantly there was an avalanche of criticism burled at her. We are not discussing the Justice or injustice of either of these acts of the governor. She had tbe facts before her...

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