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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 16 October 1925

"«' ■ H* * <•4 AU8TIN, TEXAl yn T jRgfr SUugg Connftt VOLUME FIVE, NUMBER 41 jre hate been buy this week with the moving of our stocks Into the building formerly occupied by J. E. Dorsey on the Southwest corner of the square. If you are not served satisfactorily during our move we offer our sincerest apologies and will endeavor to serve you better in «ur new location. Otff IftarableJ/ardware W/7* >fil AfW -JL 5 ' PfiOAt Member Retail Merchant Association CLARKSVILLE. TEXAS, OCTOBER 16, 1936 PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY =?= ' Clarksville People Attend State Fair Prizes Awarded Poultry Raisers CJLRCIS3 MAILED POULTRY MEN WHO ENTERED EXHIBIT AT FAIR J E. Bloodsworth furnishes the Re- view with the following list of win- l uers in the poultry department at the thirteenth annual Red River County Fair: Game Best cock, Floyd Hubbard, S. R. Duncan. First cockrel, Homer Hubbard, S. R. Duncan. First pullet, Horace Duncan, Hom- er Hubbard. First hen, Clyde Echols, Floyd Hubbard. Buff Orp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 16 October 1925

.u, * vMrr'"'FT'1 | m> P«, p$V THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW OCTOBER 16. 1J2| Madras Newt The Danger of Oil, Gasoline and Carbide Is known wherever it is used. The only reason people use these old fashioned methods now is because they are not fam- iliar with the NEW AND BETTER WAY There is only one solution to the rural home lighting problem—that is the DEL- CO LIGHT WAY. POWER FOR CHURNINC, WASH- ING, PUMPING AND OTHER FARM NEEDS as well as LIGHTING. Your Neighbor Has a Delco Light—Ask him. Robert E. Goodman Avery News The many friends of Mrs. John Jlllone Were saddened by her death last Sunday, Oct. 11. Mrs. Malone, who was Miss Emma Cruce, before her marriage a few months ago was one of Avery's sweet, Christian girls. She hafe ^een a teacher for several years and was going to teach the coming session in the Aiken Grove school where her home was. She been a faithful member of the Baptist church for several years, having been converted under the preaching of Bro. Frank Dickson. Br...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 16 October 1925

OCTOBBR 10, 19JB THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW 4 AUCTION SALE! Seven miles East of Clarksville on Mill Creek Road, on old Balentine Place at 1 o'clock SATURDAY, OCT. 17 Two black horse mules, 16 hands high, two horses, 1 mare, 2 wagons, 3 cultivators, 4 John Deere turning plows, 1 John Deere Mowing Machine, I Standard Hay Press, 1 John Deere Cotton Planter, 1 Oliver 14-in. Bedder, 1 Ea- gle 12-inch Buster Section Harrow. hand. Many other articles too numerous to mention. These goods will be sold to highest bidder for cash in C. A. JACKSON ck§@irgiMpk From Our Exchanges' Jtouri Completed Uo (jiiwnville. B The Bankhead Hishway, the com- pletion of which has long; been look- ed for by a somewhat impatient pub- lic, was completed last week, and ex- cept for a strip through the town of <'addo Mills, it is open for travel from Greenville to Dallas over as line a strip of concrete road as can toe found in Texas. Before the road is opened through Caddo Mills It must harden for a couple of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 16 October 1925

! THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW OCTOBER If, im £BD IpVBS COUNTY REVIEW «?? P | I ' PtHHiSHINO COMPANY, IM. Pubti k*ra ~S oond Clou Haiti* ... Mwrek, 8. 18T9. j^C lUVCltt, AcKtor ««ul iianmgtr THREE THOUSAND BALLOONS 'GIVEN KIDDIES SATURDAY Crippled But Still Able to "Kick AU>ut" Practically ' the entire Review focpt jtfrom editor down to "deTil MML tU 'In between are andek* the WMtlUB. this week and those able . to be on the Job have had a strenu ou week, but we have no apolo* to offer for our efforts—but tk« editor might have to do some ^mail order talk" next week when lM comes on the job. la the meantime the force is try- totAtf Dull out of the 'Mumps" and w«| .'Make things bum next week, prokfclad, however, that the weather SNiH will get back on the job end up on the water Bupply. Harry Cunningham was the first to *CA -the "barking" habit, then A. T. Bryce, was boiled over for several and has been confined to his roeft feoa(. of the week. 0. B. Minkert, linotype operator, belllf...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 16 October 1925

OCTOBER 16, lltf THE REP RIVER COUNTY REVIEW 6 .Stores of Distinction. Coats for Little Girls Glow with Lovely Colors such as browns, navy, cuckoo, bakara, rusts and cranber-' ry—Made in the newest styles—including some few trimmed with flares and very fancy trimmed. Priced $5.95, $9.95, $14.85, $19.85 —Now is the time to buy your childrens coats, while our stock is complete. Central Texas Gets Big Flood HEAVY RAINS FALL AFTER HIS- TORY-MAKING DROl'TH OF MANY MONTHS. The Government weather bureau has issued flood warnings to stock- men all along the Ouaduloup and Colorado rivers in South and Cen- tral Texas. Thousands of cattle are in that district that will ba in imme- diate danger should these rivers leave their banks. San Marcos reported the heaviest rainfall in the district with 8,20 inches in a 24 hour period. The pre- cipitation was general and heavy rains were reported covering almost all the South, Central, East, and Northeast portions of the State. Rivers in the southern se...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 16 October 1925

JL i 1>ji !;■ w I REVIEW INSTALLS LATEST MODEL FOURTEEN LINOTYPE wgg THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW In the Banger Zone OOTOBBR 1«. § 1 JTlth it good deal of satisfaction the editor of The Review announces the installation of a new Model 14 Linotype. This mechanclal marvel is especially equipped with a com plement of type faces which enables us to serve efficiently the large num- ber of persons who look to our pub- lication for enllghtment and enter- tainment, and who patronize our Job printing department. The rapidly increasing circulation of The Review, together with our de- sire to place at the comand of our advertisers and others the highest grade of typography, induced us to add to our mechanical equipment a multiple-magazine Linotype for the quick and accurate and pleasing pre- sentation of the news of the day, and the production of superior job .work. Our new Linotype enables us to get by machine virtually all froms of composition that previously neces* aitated tedious work by...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 16 October 1925

oqtobbr 16. lies THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW RADIO 11 -We now have a complete stock of Radio, including almost all prices from $50 to $700. We would be glad to have you call and see our line before buying. -Our stock of Pianos is complete at all times. We have VICTOR, EDISON and COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPHS. Rec- ords for all machines. We Credit Everybody G. A. Maxfield THE STATE OF TEXA8 > H To the Sheriff or any Constable of Red River County, Greeting: You are hereby commanded to cause to be published once each week for a period of ten days be- fore the return day hereof, in a newspaper of general circulation, which has been continuously and regularly published for a period of not less than one year in said Red River County, a copy of the follow- ing notice; The 8tate of Texas: To all persona interested in the Estate of Mrs. M. C. Monaster de- ceased, Know Ye: That E. W. Bow- ers has filed in the County Court of Red River County, an application for tho Probate of the last Will and Test...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 16 October 1925

% THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW OOVOBBt It. lift P" mt'r* Radio Program On "Old Ironsides" SECRETARY OF NAVY WILBUR WILL BROADCAST DEEDS OF FAMOUS OLD SHIP Boston,— "Old Ironsides" will 'have a full hour on the air on the jMght of October 17th when Curtis D. Wilbur, Secretary of the Nary, broadcasting through WCAP, Wash- ington, Rooked up ,t4 WJR, Provi- dence, Wdpi/^oatdtti WOC, Daven- port, WCCQ. Minneapolis and WASI, Cincinnati, will tell of the deeds and adventures of this famous historic treasure and formally upon the Bene- volent and Protective Order of Elks' Campaign to raise $500,000 to re- store this old ship. V The program will open at 8:46 and fallowing the annoncement; a naval land will give a concert for fifteen minutes and then the Secretary of fthe Navy will come on the air. The iiaval band will follow with another jgoncert and then Hobart Hllllard ffche well known actor, will recite 'Oliver Wendell Holmes' poem, "Old j^ronsldes." The Marine band will ;41ose the program...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 20 October 1925

AUSTIN, TEX A! Uuiterelty. ol TSWI .***• V !' '!!(•' . . > 'A W£ V. < * V A A' :\\ • • * . !< «i,V 4MM • - 9* * w '-f'V SUitgr (Kounttf jRgufeiti VOLUME FIVE, NUMBER 42 CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, OCTOBER 20, 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY We have been busy this week with the moving of our stocks into the building formerly occupied by J. E Horsey on the Southwest corner of the square. If you are not served satisfactorily during our move we offer our sincerest apologies and wiM endeavor to serve you better in our new location. V/fe Cfttambte$yardware Wi W W/7M 7//f tffW Pf/n\t A'( Member Retail Merchants Association COTTON RECEIPTS SHOW BIG DECLINE—585 BALES RECEIVED Heavy Rain Fall Thursday Night BAIN THURSDAY ALMOST AS HEAVY AS TOTAL FOR THE WEEK. Milan Speaks ~ To Rotarians BASEBALL PLAYER SPEAKS ON "BUSINESS METHODS IN BASEBALL' * Almost as much rain fell during the late hours of Thursday and the early hours of Friday morning as fell during the proceeding week. The precipitat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 20 October 1925

11 Ak THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW OOVOBBR SO. 1125 SUED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Publishing Company, inc. Pubhuhtra March, 8. 187ft "Jkf T. BRYCET'^tor md Managtr OLD TIME PRINTER GETS ON HIS WAY SHRAPNEL ^ By DUO LOOK «*• Some Are Dud's Some Are Not Barney O'Parrel one of the old tine printers of the old school type left Clarksville Monday morning for Weet Texas. Barney had been In Clarksvllle since August coming here during the hottest weather of the year and he was pretty well "fagged" out but was always will- tog to do his part of the day's work of which the Review gave him several. A Barney is getting up in years and has been a member of The Interna- tional Typographical Union for many years and while here he was admitted to the Home for the Aged Printers at Colorado Springs Colo., on account of crowded condi- tions, he will have to Join the wait- ing list for entrance. Before leaving Clarksvllle, he re- quested us to thank those who had assisted him and especially to Dr. H. Ch Woot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 20 October 1925

• t OCTOBER 20, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW • I -Stores of Distinction. -STYLE-PLUS, and YORK BRAND CLOTHES, FOR MEN. These two brands of clothing, will help you in solv- ing your clothing problem. CORRECT IN STYLE, FINEST WOOLENS, HIGH CLASS TAILORING FAIRLY PRICED $24.50 $29.50 $34.50 $39.50 With Two Pairs of Trousers • —Pollock's Extra Value Clothes for Men, Some very fine woolens, many with ex- tra trousers. Latest Styles. Priced &t $12.50, $15.00, $17.50 and $19.50 —Mens Lumber Jack Shirts—Heavy, all- wool materials, bright checked patterns SPECIAL $4.95 We Underbuy We Undersell RAIN DOES NOT HINDER ELECTRIC SERVICE HERE In recent months since the en- trance of the Texas Public Utilities Co. into this field, and before they were able to get the "kinks" out of the lines, practically every little damp spell caused the power to be off for short intervals. During recent heavy rains in this section the t>ower has not been off at all and this proves that the T.P.l1. is on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 20 October 1925

.I:. ',; .-, $&• & * THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW -J..; OCTOBER 20, 1926? S55S The Hub' "The Bargain Spot of Clarksville" -Now is the time to take advantage of our Great Sweater and Over- coat values. Read below and buy now. —Men's 929.50 Overcoat* newest colors and styles— $14.50 Let Vs Show Yon —Ladles newest Sweaters Slipover and Coat Styles- all colors. $1.95 up New fancy checked wool sweaters, also lumber-jack style —Special prices on Shoes for the whole family. Men's all-leather work shoes. $1.75 Special Tigers Hold Cooper to Tie CLARKSVILLE SCORES IN FIRST QUARTER, COOPER IN LAST 7—7. masmmmmmagBsmBii w.t save a part of your crof money! \\ —The time tb §&ve for the future is NOW. There is only one way to be happy and contented and without fear of future financial worries and that is to SAVE a part of the money you get for your cotton this year. —A part of our service is to advise you regarding financial matters. First National Bank of ftarksville The Bai\k of Bette...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 27 October 1925

, h. "-WW ■ Diversity at T«XM lEUf > IRrii jRhtgr (jfainfti iRgutem VOLUME FIVE, NUMBER 44 CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, OCTOBER 27, 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MOVED! to our new Location Southwest Corner Plaza East—Across from The City National Bank Building TttambleJ/ardware * CVHMSWUC rtXAS -'*93 • fj'RST W/7* Tftf Wf V - JOS r PVO.Vt HC / Member Retail Merchants Association Writ of Error Application Filed BOOKER CHAMBERS ASKS THAT DI8T. ATTORNEY NOT REP- RESENT STATE HERE. District Attorney Wyatt Baldwin has received notice tbat Booker Chambers, county attorney of Red River county, has filed application for a writ of error to the supreme court from the court of civil ap- peals in the matter of enjoining the district attorney from representing the State in cases prosecuted in the district of Red River county. When the law was enacted creat- ing the 102nd district court, em- bracing Red River and Bowie coun- ties, it provided that the district attorney for the Sixth district should...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 27 October 1925

Wf • e THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW OCTOBER 27, 19j$ RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Publishing Company, Inc. PubUahtrt Ctott Maittor Mmrch, S. 187ft A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager Figures Given On Water Cost «mr WILL SAVE MONEY UNDER CONTRACT WITH LIGHT COMPANY. Engineers who spent considerable tine checking the citj water supply •ad who also went into the cost of prodooior it. assured the city coun- cil that the wells now supplying the water are more than ample for the , city's needs and that the only thing ''seeded to eliminate any chance of a water' shortage is a pumping unit of greater capacity. With both units working under .-tull power twenty four hours a day, !the capacity of the old plant was 288,000 gallons, and this was de- veloped over a period of several weeks last month but in spite of ibis, the demand was so heavy that the city was practically without reserve for a number of days. Pumping Cost Given According to the figures submitted to the council by the engineers, the city hook...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 27 October 1925

• <# < OCTOBER 17, 1926 ssmssssassBssBts T«HE RED RIVER CX)UNTY REVIEW l POLLOCK Stores of Distinction. ?< MEN'S DRESS UP TOGS—Pollock's Men's Wear section, is filled with the newest of the new styles. AND THE HUNDRED AND THIRTY TWO STORE BUYING CONNECTION, of the POLLOCK STORES, Makes possible very great savings for you. —MEN'S SUITS—112.50, f 15.00, $17.50, $19.50, $24.50, $29.50—up. Many with two pair of trous- ers. —SHIRTS—Newest styles, and colorings. 98c, $1.19, $1.50, $1.95 and up to $3.95. —HATS—A most complete showing of the new dress Hats, also the staple styles $1.95 to $4.95 and up. —SAVE MONEY ON YOUR WORK CLOTHES—Pollock's prices on work clothes are very low. With complete stocks to select from. MEN'S OVERALLS, beavy denim, special $1.25 MEN'S KHAKI work coats, special, each $1.4.5 MEN'S MOLESKIN PANTS, heavy weight "Z"Z. 91.75 MEN'S DUCK WORK SUITS, very serviceable cloth, fine for winter wear, each $5.50 MEN'S GREV MIXED WORK SOX heavy weight, pair 10 HUNDRE...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 27 October 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW OCTOBER 27, 1925 EFFICIENT SERVICE COURTEOUS TREATMENT THE PUREST OF DRUGS Has made our store— "THE DRUG STORE" We stock everything a good Drug Store should carry. LADIES AID THANKS MERCHANTS AND PUBLIC The ladles of the Christian Aid Society wish to express their sin- cre thanks to the public, to those In the sldo shows and the following merchants, who so kindly assisted in making a success of the Merchants Fair:— McClinton Furniture Co. Smith Grocery Co. Vv. C. Hamilton. Ultradyne The latest conception of radio. No dials—No panel—Built-in Loud Speaker. See this wonderful machine on display at our store or call 47 and our representative will bring an ULTRADYNE to your home for a demonstration. C1.A*K#VILIX, TEXAS J. C. Barton. Butcher Drug Co. J. N. Athas Co. Red River National Bank. O. L. Doak. City Market. Review Publishing Co. The Clarksville Times. J. W. Allen ft Bro. Caton Goodman. Chas. L. Goodman. B. L. Kirksey. Marable Motor Co. Star Market. Boll...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 30 October 1925

► University. or Tex§| «>?• « i H k ♦' ■ ?"• ^'•?*?****:■' "vmt .rT^r.•ssv.^"* *'• • • -' - '•*•"■' ***~ # «*p'•",l< 1 **W(* '/t'H\f'ii\ I J ViUO".! .H;f*,' • ! 1>S It M H' n >r>.v--n m rr • t 1,11 i,.-.—a.wmi ;v.ni Vi't-jijo/ iu-iv;^ s y VOLUME FIVE, NUMBER 45 CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, NOVKMRKK 30, 1925 TWELVE PAW Eli—SECTION ONE PUBLISHED TUB8DAY AND FRIDAY COMPLETE PERFECTION SERVICE Oil Ranges Oil Cook Stoves Heaters Repair Parts Wicks t/tfe t7/lara6fefyardware Wt CtAAHSWUr rtHAS •/#**• f//?sr w/,',y ;/// ni w - Ji/s r p*o*t Mr < Member Retail Merchants Association Tigers Will Play Ml Pleasant H. S. COOK MAY BE OUT OF LINEUP BUT LOCALS EXPECT VIC- TORY HERE FRIDAY. Coach Wright may be without the services of Cook at full when the Tigers lineup against Mt. Pleasant High School at Fair Park Friday, nnd his absence will be keenly felt. Cook In suffering from a number of risings, brought about by bruises sustained in the Gilmer game. The team as a whole is in fine Fhape,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 30 October 1925

•ffAGE I—SWmON OMR THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW OCTOBER SO, 1925 JtSD BIVER COUNTY REVIEW PUBUSHINO COMFAMY, Inc. Pubkahert M Second CUut Matter March, S. 187ft A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager SHRAPNEL ll By DUO LOOK Li=£i * JUSV1EW ADS MAKE QUICK, BIG SALES Both issues ot the Review of last vmIc and the Tuesday Issue of this ^r«ek carried aa ad for Bollman brothers Oroeery stating that they fcftd a large supply of Calumet Bale- lag powder ub hand which they would sell at' bargains; namely: 5 pounds for $1.0o and 10 pounds for gl.«0. R- In an interview with a represen- tative of the Kevlew, manager E. J. jtyollman said that he had sold a £aif ton of the powder,-in the large iyti* and that he doubted very much If ha would have enough of the ftnall cans to tide him over till Sat- urday night when the sale closes. %hen the sale closes. ; Baking powder is an article that to used in small quantities and is ieionsequently a slow seller. It Review ads will move an ordi- sarily slow seller i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 30 October 1925

OCTOBER1 *<*; 1915 POLLOCK9 Stores of Distinction Again we are proving our 132 store buy- ing power, is your saving power, in these marvelous new winter coats— COATS- COATS— COATS— GALORE! Yesterday's express brought us dozens of new coats— something exclusive and newer than befor —High-grade and elaborate ly made, and rich with an abundance of warm fur. —These coats are priced at $24.50 to $32.50 Warm Coats for Little Tots, too Keep the little folks warm with the coats from Pollock's and save the difference. We Underbuy We Undersell • the ■ Edi "■kitchen CABINET THE RHyRIVBR COUNTY REVIEW1 "T V\ n ■; t i > > '1*9% } In ClairIks^il@S®ca®ftj Poor Defente Winston Spencer Churchill's rather unsuccessful defense of his Oalllpoll failure In a recent volume led a Chi- cago publisher to say: "They tell me that Rudyard Kipling read the book, and after reading It ob- served: •"Churchill calls this effort of his "The World Crisis." I think a better title would be "The Bungle Book."'"...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 30 October 1925

o uuuw B BENEFIT INSuRMC^^ra THE RH ■M 'in.— THE SPOOKS AND GOBUNS WILL BE OUT Saturday Night 'HALLOWE'EN We have a large stock of Hallowe'en Transfer SEE OUR SHQW WINDOW m DRUGCOMPAN jOjUUlii , Ti ,•:, v— v. • - That Good Drug Store" Two on* ton truck* for your oorvlo*. Short or long distance hauling by oaroful drivers. L. P. Motley, Mon- ro* and East 8tr**t, Phon* 260 tfp FOR HEAVY HAULING or moving of any kind with truck and trailer call Phone 594. L. T. Prewltt, 1446 Col- lege Avenue. tl For Rent FOR RENT—Eight room house, all modern conveniences, close In—See Frazier Smith. > Miscellaneous CASH paid (or used Fordo. Make your price right.—Conwly's Oarage. j POSTED—All land owned by J. 0 Summers, J. H. Summers and C. A. Igo in and around Acworth, positi- vely posted against hunting on pas tured or farming land. J. G. SUMMERS J. H. SUMMERS C. A. IGO. Tour Initials painted on your car In geld leaf 11.00. C. F. Constant Paint Shop. 47p There never was a political light that didn'...

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