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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 13 March 1925

117) ItlO led |ier J h* Itu W v pin in mg |n't ive Icrs (life jm- or ley of] l-ry- in, |en- so- "ace it is m I ry- we <>f- l.ing liiit I'M'Jt cr- t |f!src I V;;U ilL'f refcr .is I'u r-1 tor- will FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW A First Aid Kit is something that every home should have. No telling when an ac- cident may happen, and a completely equipped First Aid Kit may mean the sav- ing of a life. Let us outfit a cabinet for your home. The cost is very small—the value of it when needed will more than repay the price you invest. Butcher Drug Company "That Good Drug Store" $ m SJSJ[s!J[!!/HlBI3J3MaO/SI3JSM51EJS®Hr?M:?fSM5rHI5J2!(3rSM3I®21i?.'Hf3M®E®5lgJ3/S®3)SISM5/S The daughter of a murderer won the $1,000 content for the best essay on capital punishment by a magazine which promoted the literary tourna- ment. Simple Way To End Night Coughing No matter how lon« you have been troubled with exasperating coughing at nisht, robbing you of valuable sleep ard thereb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 13 March 1925

• I THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1925 ftKD RIVER COUNTY REVIEW JtlVltW PUBLISHING CO., INC., Publishers ■ntertd as second class Matter March 3, 1879. J I ' A. T. BRYCE, Editor ar* Manager Heart and Soul in Doug's New Film Douglas Fairbanks' "The Thief of Bagdad," which has been generally ac- cepted as being the most amazing development In the moving picture drama, will be presented at the Mia- •ion theater next week. In "The Thief of Bagdad" there has been realised the most extraordinary happenings, so amadng that the thought of picturing them had not heretofore been thought possible. In this picture, founded upon the Arabian Nights, Douglas Fairbanks seemn pretty nearly to have covered the uni- verse, both of fact and fancy. There will be discovered in its scenes under the Bea, on the earth and in the air— Including many imaginary places that exist only In fantastic dreams. It has been said that when Mr. Fairbanks as the Thief of Bagdad, sails the Magic Carpet, you...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 13 March 1925

FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW « • m • Avery News Hello Friends ! I've got a message for you today. Just want to tell you that SMITH'S have a dandy array of Fresh Fruit and vegetables that you will want to see while you are marketing each morning. Some of these vegetables will go mighty fine with your dinner and, of course, you'll need some of our delicious fruit for break- fast tomorrow. W. 8. Goodman died Wednesday ; , March 4. Ho had been in falllnn, health for a number of years and was I confined to his room for only a few I weeks. "ITncle Scott," as he waR| familiarly called, was a native Texan. | He had been a resident of Avery for • many years and was esteemed by nil! who knew him, as a Rood man, honest I and fair in his dealings, and always lived within his means. He was a Smith G c rocerv company PHONES 36-37-427 | "High in Everything but Price" Lone Star News Mr. and Mrs. John Ward and son of McCoy and Mrs. Will Duncan of Clark8ville and Mrs. Ruff Foshe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 13 March 1925

i%~ 7 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1925 CHOICE TIMBER STOCK IN ALLEN LUMBER Only the very best stock is included in our large yard of high grade lumber. Where the best lumber is wanted—you'll do well to specify Allen quality. -PAINTS-VARNISHES— J. W. Allen & Bro. Lbr. Co. Tobacco Growers Hit by Disease Most Common Ailment Is Known as Damping-Off or Bed-Rot in Seed Bed. (Praparod by the United Htntes Department of Agriculture.) Conservative estimates place the annual loss to tobacco growers from diseases at $25,(XX),IKK), i nd controlling them Is one of the biggest problems th« planters have to contend with. All tobacco areas do not have the same troubles In the same degree, as there are differences In their climates and the kinds of tobacco they grow. In co-operation with the University of Wisconsin, the United States Depart- ment of Agriculture has prepared a bulletin that has Just been Issued as Department Bulletin 1256, Tobacco plseases and Their Control. Ori...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 13 March 1925

1925 tened h«r n he ilutu- '1'lng: ) & *r 7 in in >g /e rs fe i- )r y )f r- i- )- ■ r is r_ e f- * i * e a r r s • • ► • FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW SUCH IS LIFE Uan Zelm i ll o 'A1 S • A flock 2 - <5etmer, BUDDT,, YOU KNOW YOUB SHORT PPAYER PEBFECTLY <iO NOW I'm Going to TteACH you a LONG PIJAYER <r—■ HIS 19 To INDICATE The tlapse of <g>EV^r?Ai HlGWTS Writer Advocate of Golf Buddy . its pretty cool tonight — T GUESS we'll Put on the long "Thick* NIGHTIE i Guess I'll ThaY The lonG Thick. P1?AYEte "To GO "*/IF The long Thick: HiGHTiE NOW WHAT "PRAYER AtZE YOU GOING TO SAY c5 YJ ; '♦•••• Your Convocation "NEMESIS" Nemesis. Id the religion of tbe indent Greeks, was the Goddess of Retrlhutlve Justice. The Jus- tice which slowly but surely pursues a man until punishment Anally Is administered Is known as his nemesis. Nemesis Is the theme of such works as Haw- thorne's "The Scarlet Letter' or George Eliot's "Silas Ear- ner." Bright Cincinnati S...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 13 March 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1925 V '' H I Complete! —This can be said of your own kitchen in a surprisingly short time. —Just make additions to its equip- ment bit by bit. A new appliance this month, another next and so on. —Soon you'll hav* all the little extras calculated to lighten routine duties, and create extra hours outside tor you. —Offered especially for builders of complete kitchens at our store this week is a new and very complete line of SNOW WHITE Porcelain Top Kitchen Tables. —A wide range of of styles, Including the one you want for yourself, is on display. Prices as low as $13.50. Dtfe yftarabteJ/aixJware Wi -/j* ClAAKSVfUf WAS //A S7- w/.r.v Trie ncw-jvsr P/tOMt *:> SOCIETY Hay for sale.—Black Bros. Co. T. H. Jtor to , Anderson was a business vis- Dallas several days this week. Big assortment Living Room Furnl ture, attractive lit quality and price.— Dryden Furniture Company, Furniture and Undertaking. All the Shades and Shadows of GREY Grey is ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 17 March 1925

1 HntversUy ot *«**• AUSTIN, TEXAS 1 ) i&tb W&Vtt SUunrtu VOLUME 4—NUMBER 84. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Mission Theatre Niftiest Little Show In Three States MONDAY - TUESDAY § m uW&Z'SI Total of $3,900 Prizes for Cotton Contest M m " WITH MARGUERITE Ot LA MQTTE VICTOR MClAC'iK WILIIAM RUSSf Lt MAAY ALOtN STUART HOLMES —also— Two-Reel Comedy WEDNESDAY JF$1 Robert Ellis 4/u£ Claire Windsor /* For Sale" —also— Two-Reel Comedy THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS —In— "The Thief of Bagdad" One of the greatest pictures ever pro- duced. t Special Matinee Every Day at 2 p. m. Special Matinee Prices, 10c and 25c Night Show Prices 10c and 50c All arrangements have been com pleted for th'j 1925 "More Cotton on Fewer Acr-tV' contest for n totul of $.'t,900 In :>rr;'!i und>r thn direction of The Dallas Morning News laid The Semi-Weekly Farm News in co-opera- tion with the Extension Service of Texas A. and M. College. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 17 March 1925

• l • THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1925 HID RIVeR COUNTY REVIEW HSVIEW PUBLISHING CO., INC., Publish*!* Cnttred second elate Matter March 3, 1879. A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager Madras News We are sorry to 'hear of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Crafton's baby having pneumonia. Roy Bearden and Ira Ward of Blakney were in our community Sat- urday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Smith and little daughter of Deport were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Smith Saturday night and Sunday. The singing at f r. and Mrs. Henry Rogers' Sunday night was well attend- ed and enjoyed by all. Mesdames Ben Hancock and Ross Smiley and son of Clarksville were the guests of Mrs. John Brandon last Sunday. We have organized a Sunday school, and everyone has a special invitation to come and help us make it a suc- cess. Herman and Jack Horsey and Man- ley Conley of Clarksville were the guests of Alex Collins Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Teel Watkins and daughter were Idabel, Okla., visitors Sund...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 17 March 1925

TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1025 !'h i VEIi COUNTY U HEW • • • • . OtL'iZISJSISIBJSEMSISEJiL'iil&^^iUSTi'EJ^JtjfiJSJSrfilSJErS/SniUSISlilSEJSJLjliiF INSURE when you start to build II 1 far LOCALS^ r,.h wind:, ai c Cream will protect. ne .; M/><) Face —Stlleo Drug Co Mesdames 1'. J. Graves, Gaviu Wat- son uiul Miss Lliia McClintoa were Paris visitors Fnday. The right time to take out insurance is when you start building. Then if through any cause your building should burn, even before completed, the insurance will cover your loss. flu- il enjoy a box of Pai^ and Shaw's fine candy. Wo'vo sot it. - i Butcher bruic Company. | | Miss Rowetia Stiles attended tht> funeral of her Krandmotber in lluj?he'i Springs Saturday. Sho was accom- panied by her father, IC. R. Stiles. RENT-A-FORO—You drive h'm. polit required.—Corierly Garage. De I i1 M< sdamea .J. L. Reed, J. R. McCui- fij] 1?J locli, Grorrro McCulloch and John [jsi Harry were Paris visitors Friday. 1 gV Rome candy is almost as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 17 March 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, MARCH 17, 1925 Coats of Handsome Cloth Make Early Spring Appeal Edibles —That make a man supremely happy, and send him off to his work master of the situation to the tlneBt detail are every-day occurrences in American homes. —Contributing to the creation of this man-master of work, is a well equip- ped kitchen back home, the operation of which is in the hands of an expert to be found in every household. —We are not statisticians, but we'd wager the finest kitchenB in the world are in America, and— —We'd back it up by referring a "Doubting Thomas" to a list of 'em to be found in our own home town, equipment to which we had the pleas- ure of furnishing. cjAe TftarabfeJ/ardware & • CtAtMSWtie reus f/psr w/th mi' new -ji/sr *o. m\ SOCIETY mL^ ■ Musical-Tea Mrs. Marvin Holt Dead ODgie Holt, wife of Marvin Holt, tied at the home of her parents, Mr. wild Mrs. A. R. Courtney, on Thurs- 4M\ March twelfth. She was born near Texarkana, in Miller County ...

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

VjulvcvaUy ot **3 AUSTIN, TBXA® _T! Wihstt fikmnfy Slmfem VOLUME 4—NUMBER 85. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 20. 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Mission Theatre Niftiest Little Show in Three 8tates THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS —in-— 1 "The Thief of Bagdad" One of the greatest production ever shown in our city. Special Matinee Every Day at 2 p. m. Special Matinee Prices, 10c and 25c Night Show Opens at 7 o'clock Night Show Prices 10c and 50c MONDAY - TUESDAY Talmadge h§0NG«iA\J£ Sunday School League Organized a* Meeting Rev. Sam P. Jones to Conduct Revival Representatives of four Sunday schools all of which were members of the league two years ago, met Monday night for the purpose of perfecting tho reorganization of the Sunday school baseball league. The league will function this year much the same as the season last played, with the addition of an ad- visory council which will meet next Monday night to formulate rules and j regulations governing the playing...

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

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW SOME WISE CRACKS* The wlte champion knows that bis conqueror Isn't far away. One minute of folly can cause • lifetime of regret It takes a wise flsh to grow Into a big on* The canned article that goes qnlckest Is a dog's tail. Women invariably speak of an onmarrled minister as talented. Love may be blind, but it usually manages to Had an eye- opener. The better we become ac- quainted with some people tbe more we regret It. Did yon ever meet a mnn who didn't talk shop more than was necessary? If a mnn doesn't know when he Is well ofT he at leust realizes when he \us. "Flora" for California Capitol Mrs. Edward Field Sanforfl, Jr„ sculptor and wife of a celebrated New York sculpt or. applying the right tints to the fine figure of "Flora," which Is eight feet high and will be erected In front of the state cnpltoi of Cali- fornia at Sacramento. ABOUT WOMEN till * When a girl Is In love she Is hungry «oiy between meals. la Bulgaria almost as many women M men en...

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

FRIDAY, MARCH 20. 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Better Lumber Better Homes -SPRINGTIME IS BUILDING TIME— We are prepared to help you with your home planning and will be pleased to give you an estimate on the cost of the material for any repair job or the building of a new home. «) ) "Let Us Do Your Lumber Thinking" Steger Lumber Co. LUMBER THAT IS LUMBER 1 fSJS®3JB!3f3I3M3M3J3I3EI3ItJtlSfSJ3fi3I3n3ISI3ISJSfsU3Mi3Ii2ri3MSM3rSfSfSEEfSISJ31BIM3I3/5lB CITATION BY PUBLICATION The State of Texas, To the Sheriff or any Constable of Red River Couuty,-Greetings:- You arcs hereby commanded, that you summon by making publication of this Citation in some new-, pa per published In tha County of Red River, if there by a newspaper published therein, but if not, then in the nearest County where a newspaper is pub- lished, ont'o in each week for four consecutive wee"ks previous to the return day hereof, E. C. Stanard, J. G. Sage, Harry 13. Crew, F. W. Christner, and G. M. Christner, being the kno...

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

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY. MARCH! 20, 1925 RIVER COUNTY REVIEW MVIEW PUBLISHING CO., INC., PubllaHera entered as second class Matter March S, 187*. A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager Where is the Poor Farm? per acre, with no urban Influence to affect Ita value, pays 3.6 per cent on i the land valne, while an Bast Texas county, with land priced at 919 to] $42 an acre, brings a return of 12.6 per cent. This is an extreme com- fact that if ratified, would add one parlson but the same principle holds good In a general way between the rich and poor counties. Where la the "poor" farm, any- way?—Farm and Ranch. CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE C. G. CONN. C< melody saxophone for | sale, reasonable terms. Apply at ! Review office. There are aome mighty Interest- tag figures in a recent Oovernment bulletin entitled "Relation of Land Income to Land Value." As an illu- mination of a rather dark subject, we commend this bulletin for a ear- ful reading by anyone owning or ex- pecting to own farm...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 20 March 1925

FRIDAY, MARC?! 20, 1925 i UK KK1) KIVKK COUNTY REVIEW • •• • •• F-R-E-E-! Solve This Puzzle and Win $2.50 in Trade This is the first of a series of four puzzles that will appear weekly in The Review. Read the rules governing the contest. mi ijj. li)25, WeHt«ru New |iapt.-r l.'n.uo.i Horizontal. 1—Mother 3—Perfumery 7—(Irout (alihr.) 9—Printing mum sure 10—Small partlcU 11—Note of musical 'seal* 12—Meadow 14—Kxtreme pain 16—Possessive pronoun IT—Ka t proicrofis 19—Rubber 21—Doctor of divinity (abbr.) 22—Southwestern statu Uibbr.) 23—Behold! !!4—Japanese sash 26—Crazy (slang) 28—Badly sinned 29—Passage 31—Light brown 32—Noise 34—Preposition 36—By way of 38—Conjunction 39—To pilfer 42—Burlesque 45—Hastened 46—Allow 48—Bind 49—Part of verb "to be" 80—Help (1—Sixteenth of a pound (abbr.) 62—Preflx denoting reversing of an action (3—Flower 14—Point of compasn 2—Collect 4—Taut 6—Join 7—P"rrldKU 13—Land measure of time (abbr.) IS—Obscurity Vertical. 1—Tun i 5—AIKO 8—Fright 14—Like 15—Period...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 20 March 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW i'•:]!>.* H 20. 1925 The Free Traders .By. Uictor Rousseau WNU SERVICE >t j Copyright by W. O Chapman. 8YNOP8I8 CHAPTER 1.—Leo Anderson, Royal Canadian Mounted Police sergeant, Is aent to Stony range to art-set a man named Pelly for murder, lie Is also instructed to look after Jim Kuthway, reputed head of the "Free Traders,' Illicit liquor runners. At Little Falls he finds Pelly Is credited with having found a gold mine, and Is missing. CHAPTER II At the hotel where Anderson stops, a girl, obviously out of place In the rough surroundings, Appears. A halfbreud whom Anderson bears called Pierre,* and a companion, "Shorty," annoy the girl. Anderson In- terferes, earning the enmity of the two n on- Lee attended to his horse nnd then prepared his breakfast. He had fin- ished before Pierre und Shorty oame on the scene. They looked us if they had been drinking heavily the nigh) before, but they made no movement toward either him or the girl tintII the hors...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 20 March 1925

FRIDAY, MARCH! 20, 1925 THE RED RIVEK COUNTY REVIEW FIR ft! FIRE! an AROUND THE WORLD The Solvation Ariny maintains wore than 3,000 stutloim in India. 1 Hridos In Persia are married by the priest while the grooio Is not present. That most dreaded of all alarms. And it may be your home or your place of business which will be the next to suffer. You can protect yourself from financial loss in case of fire by taking out one of our policies, thus providing yourself with money with which to rebuild. Let us explaip how these policies protect you. F. A. ANTONE INSURANCE ?! t'.1 ; Ej! 1 I SIBI5ISISQQI8ISISISISi5R3Slcl'BISJ :.&3BP" JRWiairai^i^^w^liJf^frariafBW^wmfPnafiapaiKifiafa: j§ nl —STAR PARASITE REMOVER— | A WONDERFUL POULTRY REMEDY fe P] Ljj Contains lots of sulphur; is a Rood tonic and blood purifier; pre- || it] vents disease; increases est? prod uctlon and keeps all Insects off Ej ^ fowls. More than 200,000 bottles sold in Texas in 1.124. A one dol- ^ [p lar bottle will treat ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 20 March 1925

r*"*W- ~r V"- o Edibles —That make a man supremely happy, and send him off to his work master of the situation to the tinest detail are every-day occurrences in American homes. —Contributing to the creation of this man-master of work, is a well equip- ped kitchen back home, the operation of which is in the hands of an expert to be found In every household. —We are not statisticians, but we'd wager the finest kitchens in the world are in America, and— —We'd back it up by referring a "Doubting Thomas" to a list of 'em to be found in our own home town, equipment to which we had the pleas- ure of furnishing. Vte TftarahfeJ/ardware & • cuumswue was /Q ST W/M THi N£W - J (/ST S Its Easy to Pay for a Chevrolet —■!SEB— RED RIVER MOTOR SALES CO Across From Main Hotel Don't fail to see the real feature picture of the year, "Monsieur Beau- carle," coming to the Mlssloo. April 13 and 14, benefit Clarksville Ceme- tery Society. ■6F WO' B maroelles, call 19. Haircuts guaranteed to fit the hea...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 24 March 1925

iwivorauy t \JUlV /jjs AUSTIN, TEXAS i Slrii County rn trxu VOLUME 4—NUMBER 86. Mission Theatre Niftiest Little Show in Three States MONDAY - TUESDAY Talinadge " "ION6-IOVC WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY "Flaming Youth" Children Can't Play Marbles in Kansas A dispatch says the school board of McPherson, Kan., has forbidden the school chldren of that town to play marbleR on the school grounds, claim- ing that It loads to the instilling of a desire to ganble. The same dis- patch says great Indignation is evi- dent not only among the children but also the parents of the children be- cause of the board's ruling. Kansas 1s the home of the cyclone, the torna- do and the whirlwind; it is the "home'' of prohibition, and its prohibitory laws extend to cigarettes and even cigarette papers, while It is said out- side mail-order houses handling such things are doing a landoffice business in that state. But perhaps the most wild-eyed reformer never dreamed that the time would come when school children w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 24 March 1925

• « THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1925 "f* flIKO RIVER COUNTY REVIEW i sons; the rest follows."—FranclB A: g£E CULTURE MVIEW PUBLISHING Publisher* CO., INC., Catered as ■econd class March 3, 1879. Matter A. T. BRVCE, Editor and Manager The Mother When Lincoln was a child, his par- ent! moved from Kentucky to Indiana. Thejr felled a few trees and plowed • Uttle land. They built a log hut, Collins. The Greatest Gift And soon will come that annual miracle—the birth of spring. The birds and blossoms will herald this festlcal of Nature, and the scarred NOTE—The following is the third article by Baughn Stone of Clarksville, an authority ou bees and their habits. The resultM of the contest were dis- played in thu show window of Me Culloch Grocery Company. Miss Ethel Clark of Oakland won first honors, :• powder box, donated by Richmond Hardware Company; second prize, (■ perfume bottle donated by Hockei Hardware Company, went to Miss Kathleen O'Donnell of the Burkhan' club. ...

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