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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 2 June 1925

TUESDAY. JUNE 2, 1025. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Just As Sure AS YOU SEE YOUR- SELF WHEN YOU LOOK INTO A MIRROR that's how certain you feel that a drink served at our fountain will be all right. There is none of that wondering how it is no- ing to taste, for you know that it will taste exactly us you would want it to taste. And the quick service rendered with stteh 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 LOCALS^ Miss Elizabeth Hale has returned from C. I .A., Denton, and will spend her vacation at lier home at White Hock. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Johnson of Paris were Clarksville visitors Fri- day night and Saturday. Fred VanBurkleo of Paris spent the week-end here with his parents, Mr and Mrs, C. E. VanBurkleo. Miss l.umiie Cole Carlos It ft Sun | clay for her home in Quanah. after,' spending the past winter here as n|| member of the high school faculty. Miss Ruth Ashe, who has bee...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 2 June 1925

\ THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Phone 7 Phone 7 is® modern cleaners New Home, New Machinery, Best Service We have replaced the machinery and equipment that was destroyed by fire several months ago, and in addition Have bought the very latest and most approved types of machinery for doing all kinds of work, from the cleaning of the heaviest and greasiest work clothing to the most delicate fabrics of milady's wardrobe. We specialize in cleaning, pressing and dyeing silks, satins, laces, party dresses and other garments that demand the most expert atten- tion and modern methods. We are here to serve you. We absolutely guarantee the safe return of any garment entrusted to us. We will pay you in full for any gar- ment damaged or destroyed while in our care. We Guarantee to Clean, Press or Dye Any Fabric Without Shrinkage Free Shower Baths We have installed shower baths and dressing rooms for the conven- ience of our customers, and want you to take advantage of them. Free of course Use them...

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

University ot Texat -, !« AUSTIN, TEXAS With W&mt ffinunfu Wimltm VOLUME V—NUMBER 3. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1925. 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. fylarabteJ/ardware ciAAMSwuf rexts -/**>• F/nST W/TH TN£ H£W -JVST PtfOVt MO / FIRST HALF SEASON GOES TOCHRISTIANS 22 BIRTH. 6 DEATH CERTIFICATES FILED J. E. BARRY WRITES INTERESTING LETTER The following lelter will be of in terest to many friends of John E. Barry, who with O. E. Hubbard, is now engaged in the real estate business at Harlingen: May 28, 1925. Mr. Alan Bryee, Clarksville. Texas. Dear Alan: We arrived in Haringen last Thurs day a week ago today, found a nice apartment at once to live in and beau- tiful offices on the fourth floor of the new five-story Wittenbach building; but our office furniture is not here yet. -Wft are as busy as can be getting Teadji for a big campaign. Trees are ju...

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

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, JUNE 6, 192J i i I! | j b h , h I ; h ! I; LOl THE POOR INDIAN NOW RIVALS CROESUS By W. T. KRONSERG (Prom Dearborn Independent) "Oil opetrators, and Osages'' is more than alliteration; It Is the gist of all life and talk around Tulsa and throughout the broad belt of Easternj Oklahoma. In the order named they ; are as complete aB "the time, the place j and the girl," "Stop, look and listen," j or any other set of triplets—oil, op-! erators and Osages. v • j Oil built Tulsa; oil operators make! their headquarters in Tulsa, and call it "the oil capital of the world;" the J Osage race comes to Tulsa to spendi its royalty allotments. A metropolis | of 113,000 created from a village of1 3,000, and that within a span of 20 years—that's Tulsa. It reminds a vis- j itor of an overgrown country lad who; decks himself In his Sunday clothes j and steps out on Thursday night. Not j that it Is of the yokel type. Far be it j from that. Tulsa is a patron of arts.!...

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

FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1925. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Yoti wouldn't think of going out in the rain without Inspecting your umbrella and clothing. Then why do you let your roof continue to leak? If repaired in time the cost will be much less. And if you buy the materials from us you will save money. Steger Lumber Co. ROOFING SCREENS AND SCREEN WIRE LUMBER If the automobile Is twenty-live years old why do spine sound lit:** sixty? Money not only talks, it vamps. As to America's sense of humor, oh- serve the kind of cur some people put locks on. Is the major sport trettintr to be the kernel of the college course? I It Is almost time to he tret ting oui . I summer furs t|n<J autumn hats. The name of Columbus is down in i , history as a tourist who found a place j & successful marriage is one \vher< to park. ] the wife is boss but doesn't know it. Boap-hox orators wotih unvin of tile boxes. Ip morel Few poets of the season are <piall convincing If they used the contents j fled t...

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

- •— THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, JUNE 5, JRKD RIVER COUNTY REVIEW : MVIKW PUBLISHING CO., INC., Publisher* Petered as Meond oiass Matter March 3, 1879. IA. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager CATCH THE 8PEEDERS. The regretable accident In which Mr. and Mrs. Ben Brooks of Bagwell ■were injured last Sunday night on 4ke Paris road, adds another to the long Hat of eccldents that have hup pened on that road during the past few months. Since the passage of the law by the last legislature compelling traffic officers to wear uniforms and declar- ing illegal any arrest made by an of ficer from a "trap," speeders have been In the hp.blt of "opening up" aft «r getting beyond the city limits and Jt is not at all uncommon for some of them to make 50 and 60 miles an hour. The statute provides that the coun- ty roads shall be patrolled by men appointed and paid by the commis- sioners' court and must be paid a fixed salary and not on a basis of fees (or arrests. The life and limb of careful, law a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 5 June 1925

FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1925. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW • • ♦ Just As Sure AS YOU SEE YOUR- SELF WHEN YOU LOOK INTO A MIRROR that's how certain you feel that a drink served at our fountain will be all right. There is noil's of that wondering how it is go- ing 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. LOCALS^ Miss Adilee Pollock, who has been attending Columbia University, arrived ! in Clurksville this week and will re- main here during the vacation period. of friends and relatives and will leave shortly for Austin to spend the sum- mer wit'i his father, Ed Edwards. "Splash Me," new line bathing suits and caps.—Stiles Drug Co. B UTCHER DRUG COMPAN "That Good Drug Store" Y Mrs. Evle Et/.el of Okmulgee, Okla. is her to attend the bedside of her brother, J. J. Sivley, who has been in a critic*! condition for some we...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 5 June 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1925. . h* • • t IP f H 1? The Free Traders ■By. PictQr Rousseau WNU SERV1CB Copyright by W. a. Chapman. ""They sent me and Pierre to see If yon'd gone to sleep here." "Well, I alnt," Rathway returned, laughing again. He knew his non- rhalnnce at once discomfited and bound them to him through fear. "I've gone to the hut across the neck to say good night to the girl, and maybe, If ■be presses me, I won't be hurrying •way. Oet that?" he asked, as they guffawed self consciously. "You'll go back and tell 'em I'm gone, Pierre. You got your gun. Shorty? All right. You and me'll tiave a" quiet little session in the iwamp. wait in' for 'em to come along tbe trull one by one—eh, Shorty?" He clapped each one on the shoulder. "There's gold enough In that sa<;k to pake us thrive millionaires, anU there'll be a d—n sight less sharing." he said. "And listen, hoys. I've cached It, so, If I'm croaked, nobody'U get It. See?" The, men were fools anyway, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 5 June 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Friday, June 5,1925. OH IT'S A *ON DEtlFUL HEW PROCESS TO MAK.E THE E-^5 STRONG WHAT DO "fOU 6AVE MV IN Mltki F0« ? THE t>OC.Toft A UN/1 "SEP ME To BAThE suddt's E-feS SUCH IS LIFE Bi| Van Zelm IN MILlc -'-T "Blame Buddy t* Tm - |S - ING WHY BUDDY t what HAVE you Got That bottle of . CiJEAH FOR. P CREAM WOULD MAKE 'EM %t(J0NGB<2 I THar IF milk WOULD' MAKE MY ETE'5 "3TG0NG - 3 t:i DID AS SHE WAS TOLD. "Now remember, Mary," the teach er said just before the school exer cises, "if your forget some of the | to you and nobody will know words when you are singing your I difference. Now dou't forget." song, don't stop. Keep right on. Say tum-tum-tummy-tum or something like that, and the words will come back the On exhibition day Uttle Mary elec- trified her audience with: " .. and she wears a wreath of rosei Around her tummy-tum-tum." —Ladies' Home Journal. Phone 7 Phone 7 The Gambling Instinct Someone says, "Nothing ventured, nothing gained.'1 How true an...

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

p; „TT THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW & M, si Day m And on these rare days how loudly the cool waters of some pictures- que lake are calling; and how badly we all want to loll about in the cool re- cesses of some beautiful natatorium. And you need not turn a deaf ear to these calls for a complete outfit for the through enjoyment of the lake or beach is to be had at popular prices at FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1925. Bagwell News "Day by day, in every v«ay," one ui the scruamiug inomenta in the rollick- ingfarce-comedy, "CJive aud Take," at Chautauqua. In Clarksville Society Graduates Honored > CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS White Rock News Mrs. Morris and children have re- turned home from a visit In Denton Oscar Terry and family of Arkansas ♦spent the past week here with his father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. John Terry. C. S. Mayes and family of Com- merce visited at the home of J. C. Hooser Sunday. Elizabeth Hale has returned home from Denton. Dug Hamilton was in our midst Thursday. Charles Scaff and f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 9 June 1925

i ;jr* '' ^ - * -r wetBVty. ot T®*a* flP if St-' AUSTIN, TEXAS Sled 3Siutr Slruieiu VOLUME V—NUMBER 4. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1925. 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. V/>c c/ftarabte&/ardu)are - f- CtAAHSWUf rexjts -Z493 - f/f/ST W/TH TH£ N(W -JUST PNOMt NO i Boosters Won From iFire Department Water Paris Team Sunday Fight Called a Draw Hy defeating the Rogers-Wade Furniture Co. team of Paris Sunday the Boosters atoned for their defeat of the hands of the Ail-Star team of that city earlier in the season, mak lug it. three wins in the last three starts for the home club. CJearv on the mound for the Boost ers has the Paris outfit helpless, fif- teen of the visitors being victims of l!is fast shoots via the strike-out route. Geary i llowed six hits ir the nine innings, three of which came in the third inning and netted the visitors their only runs....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 9 June 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, JUNE 9, HID RIVER COUNTY RBVIKW ftCVIEW PUBLISHING CO., INC., \ Publisher* J 1 m •• second data Matter - March 3, 1879. A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager "Give and Take" Shrapnel Some Are Dud's Some Are Not BY OUD Look In speaking of married life—he whc hesitates la boused. The reason evening gowns are not worn to bridge parties Is because when playing cards it Is only neces- sary to Bhow your hand. Yes, and the butt end of a cigarette Is always the left end. "Honey, de wusser de medicine tastes de more good It does." There was a time not so many years afo when people accepted the old colored woman's philosophy and ap piled It to most of life's affaira. They thought that to be wholesome and helpful, a thing had to be bitter and stern—the more distasteful, the more helpful. But America has adopted a happier method. It has been found that s laugh is more helpful than a frown or a groan, and that a lesson taught to the accompalnment of smiles Is more ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 9 June 1925

I TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1025. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Vacation Time Whether you spend It at the beach, in the mountains or .it home, you must have a new bathing suit. We have them; also a large assortment of bathing caps. We have many preparations guaranteed to relieve sunburn. B UTCHER DRUG COM PAN "That Good Drug Store" Y locals! Mrs. Virgie DeBerry, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. E. M. Bowers, for some time, returned to her home in Idabel, Okla., Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cook and daugh ter, Miss Kittle, of Fort Worth are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bailey. "Splash Me," new line bathing suits and caps.—Stiles Drug Co. Mrs. John Johnson and son of Port Worth are the guests of Mr. and Mrs P. J. Graves. Its Easy to Pay for a Chevrolet. Thirty tons of locust cutis were collected in the single month of March during the locust plague in Argentina | In 1915. The constricted waist in tile wasp and other bee-like insects is the dam that holds the blood in the thorax while...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 9 June 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1925. We Clean Clothes • • .Clean ••• We are now equipped to serve you as you have never before been served. When you receive that last minute invitation to go out, and you find that you have no clean clothes you simply call PHONE 7 and with one or two hours notice we can return your suit just as clean and free from odor as when it was new. The Irish swear by St. Patrick, and you can swear by our service. ...THE... Modern Cleaners "We Clean and Dye While Others Try" In Clarksville Society Mrs. Ollie Doak Entertains Mrs. 0. L. Doal: entertained n num ber of friends on Saturday with bridge The house was very attractive with a profusion of flowers, every where. Mrs. Rufus Farrier, held high score and was awarded the prize, which was bridge slates and pencils. Plate favors were novelty nut boxes Mrs. Elmore McCUnton and Amelia Mae McCUnton, assisted the hoster.s in serving a lovely salad and ice course to the following: Mesdames B. B. Butcher...

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

tHv ot 'rcxal? ViuivcvtlU 0l AUSTIN, TEXAS *" Uril liturr «ruuuu VOLUME V—NUMBER 5. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, FRIDAY. JUNE 12. 1925. PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Trades Day Specials Plain White Plates— Per set of six 65c Plain White Cups and Saucers— Per set of six 85c 9*punce Glass Goblets— Per set of six 65c Glass Mixing Bowls in nests of four assorted sizes, per nest ..75c Quantity limited. Ozo TftambfeJ/ardware - • ClAAXStf'Uf riXJii -H9S - ft ft ST WfTH TH£ H£W -JUS' PHOMt MO. / Clarksville to Have Auction and Trades Day Wednesday, June 17 DeKalb Restaurant Man Kills Himself LIGHT FRANCHISE jASKS CO OPERATION GOES TO COUNCIL IN MOSQUITO TIGHT At the regular monthly meeting of the city council Monday night, Alder- R. M. Epperson, 50 years old, res- taurant proprietor at DeKalh, died shortly after 1 o'clock yesterday after- noon as the result of a bullet wound In the forehead. Despondency over 111 health Is believed by the family to have been the cause of the sucide. A 38-caltbre rev...

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

'm •i# |S; THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1925. ftKP RIVER COUNTY RKVIBW JICVIKW PUBLISHING CO., INC., Publisher* ffntorcd M second claw Matter March 3, 1879. [ 1 r 'ai; ' J I . "i : It' \ I I wm St A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager NOTICE! Chautauqua begins Saturday. Due to various reasons the guarantors of the $1,600 contract find that there are approximately 166 tickets that are yet unaold. Unless these tickets are sold citizens of our city, will have to make at once it means that the guarantors, ap the deficit from their own pockets. Tbeae guarantors believe in Clarksville and think the cbautauqua a move- ment that brings pleasure and enjoy- ment to the people of Red River coun- ty. It i shardly fair that they should obligate themselves in such a manner In order that Clarksville may have a Chautauqua unless each citizen is wil- ling to take his proportionate share of tickets. In an effort to systematize the sale «f these tickets a meeting was held and two men were ap...

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

FRIDAY, JUNE 12,1923. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Vacation Time Whether you spend it at the beach, in the mountains or .it home, you must have a new bathing suit. We have them; also a large assortment of bathing caps. We have many preparations guaranteed to relieve sunburn. B UTCHER DRUG COMPAIS "That Good Drug Store" Y Whiteman Chapel News The rain which fell here Monday was much appreciated by the farm- ers. Fred Johnson and family attended Sunday school at Madras Sunday. Mrs. Nellie Smith and family vis- ited J. F. Brandon and family Sunday. B. A. Kimbrough and son, Birch, left Sunday for Denton, where they will attend school. Misses Joyce Brandon and Inez Bledsoe were the guests of Miss Virgie Smith Friday night. Dentistry was known to the anci- ents of British Honduras where a skeleton was found showing five up- per teeth inlaid with circular fillings of iron pyrites. BisiafBiaiaisjsfsiaiaiaisiaiaisiaisfsisraisfafoiisiEisEiarflraifiisisisia/siaiaiaiaiaiaiBiBifflsiaia/Bis/iin1 T...

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

II t )\ assy ^r! t f ' THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1925. Cotton Seed as Food A few years ago the seeds of cotton regarded as useless, were thrown away Indeed, they were dumped into streams in such quantities that legislation bo- came necessary to keep waterways from being clogged by them. They were used in part for fertilizer, and for coarse stock feed, after being rid of their hulls and ground and pressed into cakes, or even as pure fuel oil, but millions of tons were wasted ut- terly. A 9,000,000 bale crop of cotton yield 4,500,000 tons of seed, which are now made into oil, used extensively as a vegetable fat In foods instead of animal fata. The bulletin issued by the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce says that more than one billion and a half poundB of cotton seed oil are manufactured an- nually in the 8outh yielding to the cotton growers $276,000,000 annually, a big Item for a plant formerly used for textiles alone. Some 700.000 bar- rels of this oil are shipped yearl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 12 June 1925

FRIDAY. JUNE 12. 1925. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Every Qood Quality You Expect of Your Tires You Will Find in U.S. Royal Cord and USCO Cord IF your requirementsdemand the finest quality that has ever been put into a tire, you need the U.S. Royal Cord—the standard of value everywhere. If you know you do not need the extra mileage of the Royal Cord but want vour money to bring you full service and fine appearance — the USCO Cord is the tire for you. Both are made and guaran- teed by the United States Rub- ber Company. Royal Cords — in all sizes from 30x3Vi inches up. Royal Cord low pressure Balloons for 20. 21 and 22 inch rims, and Royal Cord Balloon* Type Tires. USCO Cord —in 30*3 inch and 30x3 /4inch clincher, and 30x3'/4, 32x3'/i, 31x4, 33x4 and 34x4 inch Straight side. United States Tires are Good Tires f • ££■£&& % HON. CHARLES W. BRYAN, Former Govurnor of Nebraska, at Chautauqua. The best tvhi-kUM chains are brnlns. Everybody bus n nice fur coat but father. You cun't k...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 12 June 1925

[I THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1925. 81 t p; j.. If j! | m ■ 1 ! A m wOIbt What Is So E&air® as a Day Sua JImis®' .99 And on these rare days how loudly the cool waters of some pictures- que lake are calling; and how badly we all want to loll about in the cool re- cesses of some beautiful natatorium. And you need not turn a deaf ear to these calls for a complete outfit for the through enjoyment of the lake or beach is to be had at popular prices at ' CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS M. W. M. S. Children of City Will Parade Tonight Miss Evelyn Gaston, who will be In charge of the children's work during Chautauqua which opens Satur- day, announced recently that arrange- ments are being made for a parade in which all the children of the city are asked to participate. The children are asked to assemble at the Chautau- qua grounds, adjoining the grammar school building, where the parade line will be formed. The line of march will be from the school east on Col- lege avenue to Walnu...

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