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

FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 30, 1935 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW page aranr <X)U'MUr«' OFFICIAL REPORT ON AMFRI<\% "In the name of our Lord Jesus Christ: Because O most Christian, very high, very excellent princes, our kiug and iiueen of the Spains and of the island of the sea, our lords, in this present year of 1492, after your highnesses had Riven an <.nd to the war with the Moors who reigned in Europe, and had finished It in the very great city of Grenada, your highness gave orders to me that with a sufficient fleet I should no to the said parts of India, and for this they made great concession to mo, and ennobled me, so that lienceforthward I should he called Don, and should be chief admiral of the ocean sea, perpetual viceroy and governor of all the islands and continents that I should discover and gain, and that I might hereafter discover and gain in the ocean sea, and that my eldest son should suc- ceed, and so on from generation to generation forever. 1 left the city of Grenad...

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

PAOB BIOHT THE RED RIVER COUNfY REVIEW FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1925 -We Show the New First WHAT YOU PAY— WHAT YOU GET! $25 Worth of Clothes for $25 Larger Stocks Greater Varieties * Easier Selections LOWER PRICES —It matters not, whether you pay $20 for your suit, or $30, that's just what you get at this store FOR MEN. PLUS, a guarantee of sat- isfaction, or your money refunded. Rosenfield's "A Store for Men and Hoys" FIREMEN TAKE EXCEPTION TO "RAW BEEF" HTORY R. Dudley Look, Junior editor of The Review was the cause of the senior copy writer getting a "near licking" Tuesday because of a story which appeared in these columns relative to the football game that is to be played between the 1921 Tiger Team and the Volunteer Fire Department Christmas Day. The "Smoke-eaters" objected and objected strenuously and vocifer- ously to the aspersion cast by Mr. Look In is story. They want it known here and now, so they said, that they are far from being "raw beef." They don't mind being allud- ed ...

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

ulvertUT «t A0ST|". TfXA, ^ WHutt County Wievxvw =p VOLUME V—NUMBER 52. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 24, 1025 PUBLISHED TUE8DAY AND FRIDAY In Making Ready For Thanksgiving, good things to help in the preparation will be found at our store. A complete line of Thanksgiving utensils, Cutlery, Table Service, Etc. awaits your Inspection. Roaster Special First quality Aluminum Roasters in the three popular sizes $1.65, $1.95, $2.75 Phone your order. Vte TttarabfeJy'an/ware Wi -/■. - CtARMSWUC rtXAS —ttfS • WAST W/TH THf N£W -JUSrptfOHt MO / Member Retail Merchants Association Helen's Play House Opens NEW THEATRE TO FLASH " SCORES OF THANKSGh'INW HALL GAMES ON SCREEN. With everything in readiness for the formal opening on Thanl.sgiving night, the new theatre, Helen's Play House is making ready for a record crowd. A Fotoplayer organ will fur- nish music and machines and seats are now being placed. Manager W. S. Hurst stated in an interview with a representative of The Review that s...

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

PAGE TWO THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, i9,| i <n and GIRLS Here's Your Chance to Earn a Fully Equipped Shapteigh Special Bicycle OR A GENUINE DIAMOND RING & A Shapfeigh Special Bicycle with Corbin-Duplex coaster brake extension handle bars, Messenger Grained leather seat with double motor cycle springs—Reinforced front fork, mud guards, handle bar grips, motorcycle pedals, motorcy- cle stand, Shapleigh Special Tires, warning bell, and painted a rich Bristol Brown with white trim- mings. We have several of these bikes on hand and they can be earned and will be earned by the school boys and girls of Red River Coun- ty. A sparkling, beautiful Dia- mond, mounted in an 18-karat solid gold ring, and just your size. A beautiful ring that will last all your life. Something to make you happy. A ring you will be proud to wear and to show your friends. A few minutes of your time after school will earn you one of these pretty gems. Act now Boys and Girls. Mail or brin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 24 November 1925

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1925 the red river county review PAGB THREH l13 r* f* M r [k H [#j h h [Bi h Wj r<( P pi pi h Iai Pi Pi "i Pi Pi Pi It, ■i Pi# ■■i THE DELCO LIGHT is not an experiment. Dozens of Red River County people are today enjoying city comforts on farm homes for less than they paid for oil or carbide and they do not have to worry ab^ut explosions. Your neighbor has one, but we will be glad to demonstrate this wonderful plant if you will see or phone: Robert E. Goodman Clarksville, Tex. WHITIO KOCK NEWS Everybody seems to be enjoying the few hours of sunshine. Mrs. Helen Vail of Dodd City spent Sunday with her brother, Bee Hale and family. Mrs. Claude Bookout was an En- glish visitor Monday afternoon. Homer Igo and family were in our city Sunday night. Mrs. .f. C. Hooaer and children, Daniel, Jay C., Leila and Lillie, were McKlnney visitors Sunday. After almost a weelt of suffering Mn Ethel MeComic pussed to her reward. Her body was placed in the silent city of the de...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 24 November 1925

9AM root THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 84. 10>8 Tl fUDO MVER COUNTY REVIEW lanaw Pdbuihino Company, Inc. Pubiuhtrt jBntmrmt u Second Clot Matter March, S. 187ft A. T. BRYCB, Editor and Manager CUPIDS AIM IMPROVING ACCORDING TO REPORT Domestic felicity la making a better showing in Red River Coun- ty according to a report recently Is- sued by the Bureau of Census, there having been more marriages and few er divorces in 1924 than In the year previous. This average does not bold good over the entire state as the courts ground out 738 more di- vorces in 1924 than in 1923, and marriages for the two years accord lng to the report were 69,243 in 1923 and 71,986 In 1924. The report by counties is as fol- lows: County Marriages Divorces 1924 1923 1924 1923 Cotton Estimate Given Reduction Bowie Camp Cass .. Delta ... 407 203 .. 288 .. 195 Pranklln .... 96 Hopkins 806 Lamar 921 Red River ..390 Titus 234 521 186 221 226 107 336 790 470 167 (f 117 19 40 37 15 29 219 69 33 92 1...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 24 November 1925

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAGE FIVE • • • t MiiiiiiiiiimiHiimHniiiliiiMiiiiiiiiii'mHiHiifiili Tke Sftyl© Sk@ip "A Little Bit of Tomorrow in the Styles of Today." ijliliiiiiimiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiHuiiiiimiimMTi"*!*"** The first place you think of when you want to shop for lovely things. Hats—always Beautiful Coats and Dresses— Smart and new- Hosiery—The kind that wears—Corselettes— Wraparounds and Brassiers—perfect fitting. Gifts and Novelties—universal and suitable — Tapestry runners and Pillows—just what your living room needs. • Stamped needle work from tea towels to bed spreads. The gift ideal. We cordially invite you to our Sixth Anniversary and Gift Shop opening. ■■■■■■!■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■!■■■!■■I■■III■!■■■■■■■■■■IIM • t • • lira Clair Ik Kims-Sivley Wedding. The marriage of Joel Smith Sims and Miss Swunn Sivley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe P. Sivley of this city, was solemnized on Thursday af- ternoon, at 3 o'clock at the home of the bride'...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 24 November 1925

t ; ^<%K' *A01 SIX THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUE8DAY, NOVEMBER 24, ID35 This Will Surprise You THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS Daily and Sunday One Whole Year for $6.45 Send order today, with remittance and paper will start at once and your time will not expire until December 1st, 1926. If you don't want Sunday PajSers send only $5.25. These rates apply only in Texas, Okla- homa, Arkansas, Louisiana and New Mex- ico. DONT DELAY, SEND ORDER AND MONEY TODAY —I OUR AMERICAN HOLDIERH DEAD IN EUROPE FOR THE GOOD OF AVERAGEVILLE In the town of Averageville, Amer ica, there are exactly one hundred veterans of the World War. Ten of these are not yet tweuty-eight years old. Eight of them are thirty-eight, or over Including grizzly Sam Fry, who enlisted as a private of artillery at fifty-three and Colonel Alonzo Hepworth, a Spanish War veteran, who was two years older than Fry when he returned to the colors in 1917. The other eighty-two World War men in Averageville are today between twenty-eigh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 24 November 1925

"•V „ TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24. 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAGE BEVraf I B DRUGS, SUNDRIES, School Supplies, Favors and Novelties, Papers, Books, and Magazines. You'll Find Them All —At— UTCHER DRUG COMPAN "That Good Drug Store" Y Tigers Tanied Bv Honey Grove 29-12 (Continued From Pago Ono 1 seemed to "no to pieces" when this, stalwart warrior was out of the Slv,ey broke throu*h al,(1 ICollard for a five yard loss. Sivley first play in the second quarter a pass was incomplete. Littlefair made I four yards through tackle and a I minute later a complete forward I pass netted thirty-five yards. Col- lard made 7 yards through the une. [Littlefair added 3 through center. smeared name. Kern Morris, playing a jam , „ , , up Kame, was also injured in. the |and Grant again broke throu*h ""ll second quarter and gave way to downed Littlefair for a 3 yard loss. A pass was grounded and a fake dl(l place-kick formation which ended in a pass was killed by Crockett who liatted the hall to the gro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 24 November 1925

k"V f PAOV SIGHT THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 84, 1925 m : I b "BARGAIN SPOT OF CLARKSVILLE" w "WHERE THRIFTY PEOPLE TRADE" ih———— SALEofSALES NOW IN FULL SWING. READ BELOW AND LET US SAVE YOUSOMEMONEY Men's Overcoats—won- derful values BUY NOW! Ladies' Coats, newest models, Fur Collars, $15.00 value BUY NOW! | From the Sidelines Several University scouts witness- ed th Tlger-Houey Grove battle and It is their opinion that Mack Reed Grant 1b one of the best High School football players in Texas. They were on haria especially to watch Grant's work—and they got an eye full. ' • • Illinois may have its "Red' Grange, but the Tigers have their Grants—both of them. Mack Resrt carried jthe ball six time's in la t. Friday's game and gained a little over 100 yards. Once he was stopped without gain. Thomas, altho playing in the bacKfield only a tew minutes, gained every time he was given the ball. A run of seventy yards was nul- lified because the TigerB were off- side. • • G...

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

vuiv C„UY ot AUSTIN, TEXAi ^ ' i With USAxxtt ©nunfy Wivxtxtw VOLUME V- NUMBKR 53. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, THUUSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1935 PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRI DAY •WrNCfftSTER BASKETBALL EQUIPMENT Official Equipment —for your school or organization Basket Hall Team, will be foun<l at our store. —Don'# overlook the complete lino we arc showing this season. —CALL IN! V/,e Tftanabfefflardware Wi - - ClARMSWUf rtXAS •/#« • A/J?Sr W/TH THf H£W -J(/5r PMOXt AO / Member Retail Merchants Association Move Started To Organize A Band C. 8. WILDER, ORGANIZER AND DIRWTOK OF DETROIT BAND HERE FOR MEETING. 3 Rev. C. S. Wilder who for the past year has been directing the Chamber of Commerce Band at De- troit has been in Clarksville several times during the past few weeks in the interest of organizing a band here. Rev. Wilder has received much encouragment and he is of the opin- ion that a fifty or sixty piece band can be organized and maintained here and has called a meeting for Friday night at th...

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

JPAGB TWO THE RED RIVER THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 2«, 19,5 BED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Pususrino Company, Inc. Publi har$ Entered at Second Clatt Matter March, 8. 187ft A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager SIXTEEN MINUTES OF ACTUAL PLAY IN AVERAGE GRID FIGHT Columbus, Ohio.,—The Ohio State Lantern, student publication at Ohio State University, has figured it out that If 75,000 fans see the Ohio State-Illinois game they will have spent $190,000 for tickets and have come an incalculable number of miles to see 16 minutes of actual play. It is estimated the ball will act- ually be in play only 16 minutes from the time it is snapped until It is blown dead. Time formations and shifting is eliminated although It goes to make up the bulk of the hour's playing time. Athletic Director L. W. St. John at Ohio State says the average time for actual play is IS or 16 mihutes. The Ohio State—Iowa game consum- ed only 11 mlnuteB and 52 seconds by this method of reckoning. The old Clarksville Opera House has been th...

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

THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 28. 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAGE THREE A DISTINCTIVE REMEMBRANCE JEWELRY 8 ■ Si For all members of the family and all your friends, there in some piece of Gift Jewelry at Mlesch's that will be a most welcome sentiment. Select your gifts now, mak> a small deposit, and we will hold them for you until Christmas. GLASSES FITTED We scientifically fit glasses to correct eye troubles. Graduate Licensed Optician. Ihave had years of experience and absolutely guarantee my work. FRANK MIESCH Dim Chirk. Party Honoring Mrs. Jones. In honor of Mrs. D. R. Jones of Duncan, Okla., 'Mrs. Nowlin Watson entertained most hospitably on Mou- duy afternoon, at which time bridge was the diversion. The reception suite was unusually effective with a profusion of beau- tiful chrysanthemums. Favors were dainty gold baskets, with ribbons of rainbow colors attached and con- taining nuts. In the game Mrs. O. L. Doak re- ceived high score prize, which was a lovely Dresden vase and Mrs...

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

PAOU POUR THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1925 -We Show the New First- WHAT YOU PAY— WHAT YOU GET! $25 Worth of Clothes for $25 PLUS, a guarantee of sat- isfaction, or your money refunded. -It matters not, whether you pay $20 for your suit, or $30, that's just what you get at this store FOR MEN. Larger Stocks Greater Varieties Easier Selections, Lower Prices Rosenfield's "A Store for •Men and Boys" 3BSE TIGERS CAGE The High Seniors took lust Friday (or the day that Is customarily given over to the Senior Class to do what ever they want to. They decided to go to Huney Grove to see the foot- ball game. The day dawned bright and early promised to be a pleasant one. Most of the class started from the High School at 9 o'clock and ar- rived in Honey Grove about 11 a. m. After seeing the sights of Honey Grove and letting the populuce of that city know that Clarksville was there, they had dinner at the Rob- erts House with a few lower class- men who had followed the team ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 1 December 1925

No ■ri . Uy Ot ' * ^mvcrsuy ' I • ' * * • AUSTIN, TEXA rnn -iff?* O o o I> * 5 WAxxtt County £R?uteui VOLUME V—NUMBER 54 CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY.. DECEMBER 1. 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRI DAY 5.. TVfNCff£ST£R BASKETBALL EQUIPMENT ^INew Theatre Opens To Capacity House STANDING KOOM ONLY SlGN HUNG OUT EARLY FOR HAR- OLD LLOYD FILM. Official Equipment —for your school or organization Basket Ball Team, will foe found at our store. —Don't overlook the complete lino we are showing this Benson. —CALL IN! rJt>e yftambfe&aixfware Wi -/■**-.* ctAPMswur raus -/«**• A/J?sr W/TH THf HfW -JUST PAOHt An / Member Retail Merchants .Association Pour Prisoners Take French Leave OVERPOWER JAILOR TOM HAR- TON FRIDAY EVENING WHEN FOOD IS BROUGHT. Led by Forney Leake, convicted of forgery by a Jury in District court several months ago, and who was held in jail here awaiting action on appeal, four prisoners overpowered jailer Tom Barton Friday evening about 7 o'clock and made good their esc...

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

PAGB TWO THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW r • •! A 'f: •SO RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Publishing Company, Inc. Publtihert Entered at Second Cla— Matter March, 3, 187ft a. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager BLACK IN DISCUSSION OF CROP RKI*ORTIM(i MKT HO I) Representatives Eugene Black of Texas, Vinson of Georgia and As- well of Louisiana met with officials of tbo department of commerce at Washington Saturday for a confer- ence on the method and time of mak- ing the crop report. Several months ago Mr. Black, is reply to an inquiry from a New York paper, stated that he would favor an amendment to the present law, to the effect that no estimate HEAVY COTTON LOS8K8 IIUK TO IMPROPER CUNNING} his attention the losses which occur from the time the cotton arrives at I the gin until it reaches the mill, a Improper ginning of cotton often | large part of the expense of which lowers the grade of the product one • is borne indirectly by him. To cor- or two grades with resultant loss of from $6 to $10 a bale, the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 1 December 1925

0 >®l! TUESDAY,, DECEMBER 1, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW PAGE THREE M , j ' ij a o ? ■ m iiiiiiiiiii ilii mii'mum HH4M ii iii mniinifnmlni MIMMMMMiM'MUMMi X The ■—The first place you think of when you want to shop for lovely things. HATS—always BEAUTIFUL. COATS AND DRESSES— Smart and New. HOSIERY—the kind that wear. CORSELETTES—WRAPAROUNDS BRASSIERS—Perfect fitting. GIFTS AND NOVELTIES—Unusual and suitable. TAPESTRY RUNNERS AND PIL- LOWS—Just what your living room needs. STAMP NEEDLE WORK from Tea Towels to Bed Spreads. The Gift Ideal. VI Utile Bit of Tomorrow in the Styles of Today." * ■■■■ ■■■■■■■■ ■■■ .... ■■■«.. Thursday Bridge Club Mrs. Peyton West was hostess on Wednesday afternoon to the mem- bers of the Thursday Bridge Club. A profusion of lovely chrysanthe- mums were effectively arranged throughout the home. Favors were dainty nut baskets and plate favors were small clown dolls with comic jokes attached. After several interesting games Mesdames J. C. Durrum, A. T. B...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 1 December 1925

II v • © i+^rur | .nf - "Bargain Spot of Clarksville 'I ?! THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW "Where Thrifty People Trade" SALE of SALES . Makes its last call to thrifty buyers, of dry goods clothing, and shoes. We have a house chock full of bargains awaiting your inspection. Highest grades of merchandise for the least money. We can save vou money. LET US SHOW YOU! Men's Felt House Slippers $1.50 Grade LET US SHOW YOU! Ladies Newest Coats $19.50 Values $7.95 LET US SHOW YOU! Musical Program Al, Rotary Club CALDWELL CHILDREN AND JAS. ALVIN DINWIDDIE FURNISH R$AL TREAT. When is a prize contest not a prize contest? Answer. When there is no prize. Ea/ley Allen was win- ner of the prizeless prize contest ar- ranged by Group 4, Dick Tayloe, chairman, at the regular luncheon' meeting ot the Rotary Club Friday, in which the members of the club were asked to answer 15 questions, all pertaining to football, football teams, rules of the game etc. Many strange answers were turn- ed in, and some of whi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 4 December 1925

AUSTIN, TEXA(j ^ University ot TcxM With Wiixttt dnunfy iRmfeui VOLUME V—NUMBER 55. o Why feed three fires— —when one will heat the whole home? WHY carry coal into three rooms? Why empty ashes from three stoves? Why? When the Sunbeam Cabinet Heater will replace your stoves and heat your entire home, upstairs and down. Why? When it will reduce your fuel bills and add another hand- some piece of furniture to the living-room or dining-room. Unlike a stove, the Sunbeam he^ts the home through the circulation of moist warm air into every part of every room. It burns coal and wood, is easy to keep clean and takes up little space. The Sunbeam is now on display. See it today. * Vav T/lazxtb/eJyarc/ware ciABMSwur rtxes -/#«- A/#tr W/7H THfHfW -JUST PHOtft AO t Member Retail Merchants Association CLARKSVILLE. TEXAS. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1925 Soil Improvement Venerable Citizen PUBLISHED TUESDAY AND FRI DAY Meeting Dec. 10 FARMERR8 AND MERCHANTS WILL GATHER TO HEAR EX- l'ERTS FROM A. & M. New...

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

PACK TWO FRIDAY. DECEMBER 4. ls,5 1 - 11 ONLY 18 MORE SHOPPING DAYS UNTIL CHRISTMAS • In your search for useful gifts for HIM and for HER don't overlook our big line of Holiday Gift Goods. MAKE YOUR SELECTION NOW! Toilet Articles Safety Razors THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW HTOI* I'KI.N'O LlNI.MKNTs THAT TAX OOLLHt TOR Ml'HT HK HKAULKJHT CKBTIKH'ATK ONI-V Hl'KN A.XIJ l|(|; Back on trie Job Perfumes Toilet Sets Mirrors Fountain Pens Smoking Sets Novelties Hundreds of practical and useful gifts will be found in our store. B —At— UTCHER DRUG COMPAN "That Good Drug Store" Y Historic Desk May ¥ Be Restored to U. S. RELIC USED BY JEFFKRHO* IN SIGNING INDEPENDENCE NOW IN BERLIN MUSEUM. The desk upon which Thomas Jefferson signed the Declaration of Independence, which, for twenty-five years, has been shown In the Bis- mark museum in Berlin, is now promised a fitting place In Inde- pendence hall, says the Philadelphia Public Ledger. The piece traveled much since It was presented to .Thomas Jeff...

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