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

TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1925 THE RED Kl\ EK COUNTY REVIEW ••• F-R-E-E-! • •• Solve the Cross-Word Puzzle Appearing in This Ad Friday and Win $2.50 in Trade RULES OF CONTEST Solution to puzzle must be mailed or brought to our store not later than 6 p. m. Wednesday of the week following appearance of puzzle. Accompanying the solution of the puzzle must be an original verse not to exceed 50 words in which Butcher Drug Company service, goods on sale or why you should trade at Butcher's is mentioned. This will count SO per cent in awarding prize. Neatness will be considered in determining prize winner. Contest is open to residents of Red River county only. Correct solution of puzzle and name of winner will be published each week after award Is made. Look up an old book of nursery rhymes, they will give you ideas to work on In forming the verse that must accompany the solu- tion of the puzzle. Here is one example: There was a man in our town, And he was wondrous wise; He came to Butcher's for ...

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

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, MARCH 24, 1925 n Breathes-- —there a man with soul so dead that he doesn't delight in the ownership of a tool kit? -—Not many. —Natural with the average man, Is the habit of acquiring a set of tools for his own use about the home. —The odd jobs, endless numbers of them, occur from time to time. Not large enough to necessitate calling in a mechanic, yet they must be attend- ed to, and then— —On the lob is the man-of-the-house, proud owner of tools of good quality, who can repair a door, build a cabi- net, or a set. of Bhelves with the best of 'em. And, the good tools we sell will en- able the most discriminates to make his selection quickly and economically Vte 9ttatxi6teJ/anfwart & • • CL4*«srtur rnus -*496 - //?57 w/r,y 7hi N£w - j(/$ r y.yj 'Send it to a Master." "Send it to a Master." Club Girb Are Given Certificate* Eighteen Red River county club girls all of whom have won either county or state honor in exhibits of their handiwork, were ...

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

- . "i B - UuVvctaUV 0t -re*8* 3 AUat N. TEXAS T?S i>t f n. " ■ ' 1 M VOLUME 4—NUMBER 87. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, FRIDAY,' MARCH 27, 1825 PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Mission Theatre Niftiest Little Show In Three States FRIDAY RICHARD BARTHELMESS —and— Dorothy MacKail —In— "Twenty-One" \."y > ! 'WsSAWSrihiiW-- •' —also— Fables and Reviews SATURDAY ® ■% "The Desert Outlaw" 7 ' i! —with— BUCK JONES V >:rp, w ?jt COMING, APRIL 6,7;8 —Three Day*— "The Sea Hawk" Annona School is ,iil' ' ; lii: t 11.- r • . i; •■" Nearing Completion By PAUL LAWSON Good progre&k Is belong made in the rebuilding of the Annona High school, — ■which was destroyed by fire several ^Fnonths ago . The school term will be terminated earlier than expected, the closing date having been set for April 24th. The athletic teams representing the Hchnol are showing up fine and will compete iii almost all the Interscholas- tic events March 27th and 28th. The Senior Class enjoyed a sunrise breakfast Tuesday morni...

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

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1926 Tip on How to Write Up a Wedding Co extremely clever Is the account •("Phil Burt's .Weddlag," published In Press and StaiMard, which la repro- 10S just the artlatlo gllmpae of brown dqced below, that many current is- •qes are not only reproducing it but commenting upon it generally. The Columbia, S. C., Piedmont, In a recent •l^rae asks: "Did it ever occur to you tfyrt in the uaual newa of a wedding ji'matt geta about aa much attention *4 a delegate from a fourth-class principality at a conference of na- Upns? It doesn't aeem right. The •tjber night when repeated failures to K$t sleep dragged along until the early hbnrs, the observer resolved to change Marvelous Hot Bread Make your next batch of hot bread with Mrs. Tucker's Shortening. You'll notice how light it is—so tender that it seems to melt in your mouth! Whenever you use Mrs. Tucker's Shortening, you will find that it imparts a wonder- ful, buttery richness to any food—keepin...

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

MM* FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW 7 s L a a a 2 ?. a I a Need lumber or building materials for some quick repairs? Whatever it is—a fence picket or a new roof—ceiII 63 for an estimate. We are pre- pared at all times to make prompt deliver- ies on any kind or grade of lumber you may want. When you need anything in our line, phone us first. Steger Lumber Co. LUMBER THAT IS LUMBER 5rsisEiaf3ra®araEEiB New Shamrock News Mr. Houston and daughter, Miss Erie, went to DeKalb Saturday. Jack, Eula and Marie Duncan Tin- ned relatives at Denlson Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Rose and Mrs. Weaver visited Mrs. Jim Grady, south of town, Fri- day and Saturday. Mack Brewer and Bridget McLemon visited Anna Rice Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. WlUard King of Clarks- ville visited her mothe, Mrs. Weaver, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Same Rice and Eff Rice of Patera Prairie, Mrs. Charles Thacker of near Annona and Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Rainey of this place wero at Mr. Rice's Sunday. Frpd Bateman of Dimple vl...

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

<® I f THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1925 RIVER . COUNTY REVIEW PUBLISHING CO., INC,. • ;• :r> 1 )'!"') <! J I It. I second class t«79 Matter i WM ' f'H*' ij' LttUot akd Maine* Vocational Education In the Rural ScltoOls terian minister of New Boston, will Avery New* A revival la in progress at First Baptist church. Bro. Mathis. pastor, is conducting the services. Let every- one go and give' part of their time to .ty^iiiatarf laftoce. * Fifth Sunday meeting began last Thursday night at Avery Baptist Church. Next Sunday, Bro. Medley, Presby- i la an article appearin in this issue Of The Review under the caption, "Vo- cational Education Possible in Every Sofal School fn Red River County," Connty Superintendent C. T. Tucker aats out the principal features of a move that he has recently gotten un- iter way to secure expert teachers for Bany of the smaller schools in the connty. This is made possible through the co-operation of the State Board for Vocational Educa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 27 March 1925

I • FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1925 • i; -V . o F-R-E-E-! SOLVE THIS PUZZLE AND WIN $2.50 in Trade Solution to Last Week's Puzzle Miss Cornleia Kimbrough is the winner of the prize offered for the solution of last week's puzzle l HE RED KIVUK COUNTY REVIEW LOCALS $ Miss Louie Norris sad Miss Betty Bobo motored to Pari* Tuesday after- Che 11 enjoy a box of Pago and Shaw's fine candy. We've 501 It. - .Butcher l>rug Company. * Miss Anne Ralney of Dallas 1* spending a few duys here with her mother, Mfs. Nannie Rainey. Some candy is utmost as good as Page and Shaw's but there Is none better. Always fresh at B U.'hci'V tV.'ug Store. Mrs. Hayden Miles of Andrews, Tuxas, formerly Miss Lyda Patton of this city, spent the week-end here with Miss Edith Durrum. Nyal Vanishing Cream, 25c and 50c. Stiles Drug Co. „ ' f I ... \ as e v it n a Newspaper Umlom.) (©. lit Horizontal. I—Planner* 7—Periods of ytara 14—CountrUo washed by the eastern • ' - a - ehore t f Mediterranean 15—Moot gleeful 1«—Unity IT—...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 27 March 1925

. iMrfKlSrt, • • w THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1925 The Free Traders .By. Pictor Rousseau WNU 8BRV1CH Copyright by W. O, Chapman. SYNOPSIS CHAPTKIt 1.—Lew Anderson. Royal Can&dlun Mounted Police sergeant, la Mnt to Stony range to arrest a man named Pelly for murder. He Is also Instructed to look after Jim Katliwuy, reputed head of the "Free Truderb,' illicit liquor runnern. At Little Palls II# finds Felly Is crodlted with having found a Kold mine, and Is missing. CHAPTER II.—At the hotel where Anderson stops, a girl, obviously out Ot place In the rough surroundings, Spears. A hairbreed whom Anderson are called Pierre, and a companion, borty," annoy the girl. Anderson In- terferes, earning the enmity of the two «>• A tingle shot from where he stood, w4i aimed, would he sufficient. And at that moment Instinct und de- sire struggled with discipline as never 4>«fore, with the maxim Inculcated dur- ing his eight years of service, never to take life except when...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 27 March 1925

FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW AMERICAN BEAUTY The Best Iron Made Western Electric Irons Backed by 54 Years Electrical Experience Hotpoint Irons The Public Servant Sampson Guaranteed Irons $3.65 and up RED RIVER ELECTRIC CO. East Side Square Boston Memorial to World Flyers • iff ATION ON APPLICATION FOR PROBATE OF WILL The State of Texas. To the Sheriff or any Constable of Red River County, Greetings: You are hereby commanded to cause 1o be published once each week for a period of ten days before the return day hereof, in a newspaper of general circulation, which has been continu- ously and regularly published for a period of not less than one yenr in said Red River County, a copy of the following notice: The State of Texas. To all Persons Interested In the Es- tate of H. M, Patterson. Deceased: Know ye, that Jennie Patterson has filed in the County Court of Red River County an application for the probate of the last Will and Testament of said H. M. Patterson, de...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 27 March 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, MARCH 27, 1925 /loiislavsfl bsvoi'l wil I ;r ... :jr , \ ift Christian Rtmal Opened Wednesday' Breathes- —there a man with soul so dead that he doesn't delight in the ownership of • tool kit? —Not many. —Natural with the average man, Is the habit of acquiring a set of tools for his own use about the home. —The odd jobs, endless numbers ot them, occur from time to time. Not large enough to necessitate calling in a mechanic, yet they must be attend- ed to, and then— —On the job is the man-of-the-house, proud owner of tools of good quality, who can repair a door, build a cabi- net, or a set of shelves with the best ■ ^ «>•< | Rev. Sam P. JoBtt ot<Jleb fro4* who is conducting t^jJifrBaater Revival at the Christian ChUTch and F^ifd C. Stamps who haa^ charge of the sing- ing arrived in Clarksville Wednesday evening, opening tbe revival with a splendid service at the evening hour. The attendapfte at the'opening ser- vice was lar f*jhtf great int...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 31 March 1925

•' •rCM, AUSTIN, TEXAS I! Wixxttt ffinunty Wiettfeut KVOLUME 4—NUMBER 88. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY. MARCH 31, 1'J25 PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Mission Theatre Niftiest Little Show in Three States MONDAY - TUESDAY Detroit Easily Wins County Track Meet iff f The Clarksville representatives in I the Literary Events of the County Interscholastic meet held here Fri- dny and Saturday had eoinpartively little trouble In disposing of their opponents, winning nine first places, one-third and one-fourth places out of a total of 13 events. In the track and field events they had no competition in Class "A" and there were no contests. In the tennis singles and doubles Hogan and 'Harnett made a c^ean sweep and demonstrated to their ad- mirers that they can be counted upon j to bo returned winners in fast! corn pany. Detroit Wins Handily. In the track and field events in f'lnss "1")" and junior track and field events, Detroit had a walkaway. In this class of events Detroit ran up a total of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 31 March 1925

m 'K 7 \ I I fe'J THE RED R1VER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY. MARCH 31, 1925 JMED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW REVIEW PUBLISHING CO., INC., Publiahtra as second class Matter March 3, 1879. A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager r INDIANS TO PLANT TREES | Timber and water meant everything ,Sa the Indian In his primitive siate, ,Mjra the New York Herald. From the forest and stream the red man got the .giau and fish upon which he lived, iUnusual interest, therefore, attaches 'to an order for 22,000 red pine seed- lings recently received by the Conser- vation Commission of New York state from W. C. Houg, head of the Seneca aatlon. These trees will be delivered | from the Sulamanca nurseries, and i their planting will be under the su- j vision of G. II. Oolllngwood, profes- j aor of forestry at Cornell, who laid I •at a reforestation program for the Indians after a visit to the various swerves. Professor Colling wood will jtfso Instruct the Indians, of whom there are about 5,000 in New York, in Scientific mana...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 31 March 1925

TUESDAY. MAIICI! U 1925 THE HED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW 1 I l?1 I 1 1 i'p i'* I K-i b I (?? I ij I S In!- Hi, Oil, I Ml. i mf I ho « t lilt D 0 • >1 • BBS Cross-Word Puzzle Fans WE OFFER YOU $2.50 in Trade for the correct solution to the cross-word puzzle appearing in our ad in The Review sach Friday. Solution to puzzle must be brought or mailed to our store not later than 6 p. m. Wednesday following the appearance of the puzzle. In case of more than one correct solution, prize will be awarded one having the neat- est paper. Butcher Drug Company "That Good Drug Store" Miss Russell Moore ot Paris is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Bowers. Mrs. King Reed of Paris Is spending a few days here with her brother, J. W. Turk Jr. Nyal Vanishing Cream, 25c and 60c. Stiles Drug Co. Cuthand News Health in this community is good at this writing. Bro. Chambers filled his regular ap- pointment here Sunday and Sunday night. Our Sunday school is progressing nicely. Misses Katie and Myrtle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 31 March 1925

W- v;* ' <# f w. 1 ! m ,v. y THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY. MARCH 31, 1925 -A VpirjAkvA'-: 5:0' GOOD MULE loves to lay against a GOOD COLLAR. fit your teams with famous Jumbo Collars Don't take chances on ruining a good mule with a cheap, bad fitting collar. Of all your equipment your team collars should be the best on the place. Wide draft—soft face Jumbos frnt the pull exactly where it be- ongs and evenly cushions your teams1 shoulders no galls— no blisters. Oac cftlara6fe&/ardu)are & High Points in Boys' Club Work Last Year While every observing person In Red River county roadlly appreciated the splendid work being done by club boys, few realize how the movement Mrs. Braselton Will Sing from Station PWX Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt Braselton will leave this week for Havana, Cuba, where they are to be the guests of the Missouri State Life Insurance ctAAxswur rtxAS -/*«• f/Rsr w/m Mt ncw -jusr phom mo ? 35 Per Cent of Texas Seed Corn Worthless Only 65 per cent of the seed cor...

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

(nlveralty ot I r AU8TIN, TEXAS FRIDAY, AP,' Jitb Witxttt Ctounltj Wiextxenx VOLUME 4— NUMBER 89. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1925 Mission Theatre Niftiest Little Show in Three States The best pictures that have ever been shown in Clarksville are being shown at THE MISSION NOW. FRIDAY I Constance Conway Tearle >angerqu$ Also Fables and Review Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 3 Days 3 One of the greatest productions ever produced. Positively one of the, best pictures of the season. Milton Sills —IN— The Sea Hawk Rafaell Sabatini's romantic sea drama. PRICES: Matinee, 10c and 30c Night Show, 10c and 50c Matinee opens at 2 p. m. Night show opens at 7 p. m. To Organize a Boy Scout Troop Tonight Following the decision of the Ko- tary Club to sponsor a movement to organize the boys of Clarksville into scout troops, the boys' work commit- tee, headed by Melvin Marx, chair- man, met with C. W. Wheeler, who will have active chnrge of the boys, and Sam M, Humphreys, who was ap- point...

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

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY. AI The Wholesaler's Idea Boys Showed Them Who Were the Bosses On of the merchants of Childress 4a talking over advertising problems with ub this week, stated that one of tha largest concerns in the world, manufacturing one of his lines of Merchandise, insisted that their deal- en appropriate a certain percentage of their gross sales for advertising. Nor did they stop at insisting—he aaid that unless their customer's an- nual financial statementts showed a reasonable amount to have been spent •for advertising., this concern "ate them up" about It. He said further, that this big firm was very pcmttlvo in their assertion that, of all forms of advertising, newspaper advertising secured the greatest results fnr thr> money spent. The concern Itself spends vast amounts in advertising its products. Is it a "hard-boiled" conrern that •eekg to know bow Its rlotilevs arlvor- j tise its products? We.think not.! No merchant questions his jobbers' , and manu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 3 April 1925

FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW "Pete" Was a Good Witness a Need lumber or building materials for some quick repairs? Whatever it is—a fence picket or a new roof—call 63 for an estimate. We are pre- pared at all times to make prompt deliver- ies on anv kind or grade of lumber you may want. When you need anything in our line, phone us first. Steger Lumber Co. LUMBER THAT IS LUMBER J tliiMilSISSfSMSJS^IErtlSjSEIiSISJSJEMSISEISISfSEIEISISJSfSISlS mk . a •• f' *,< % /\'\f nn*'.iBamaaaa i Your Conversation "WORTH SALT" % Cooks, pupa and husbands who fall lnto^-di!>grace uru de- scribed by their owners as not being "worth their suit." The reference I.s to the da.vs, when suit was a favorite luxury of the Remans. soldiers were paid a set sum with which to pur- chase their salt. Sometimes they received the suit Itself for their service in the armies of Koine. Doubtless, taking away the salt money was n means of punishing those who were A. W. O. I,. BILIOUSJTTACKS Fro...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 3 April 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1925 JICD RIVER COUNTY REVIEW REVIEW PUBLISHING CO., INC., Publishers Catered •• second olsss Matter March S, 1879. A. T. ERYCE, Editor and Manager School Appropriations la the last session of the legisla tur the house passed a bill making a supplemental appropriation of 94, 4)00.000 to the schools for the next two years, 1925-26 and 1926-27. The purpose of this appropriation wan to supplement the state available school fund so that a $15 per capita state appropriation could be made for each of the next two school years. The above bill was killed by the senate on the assumption that a $15 apportionment for each of the next two years could be made from the school revenues in sight without any supplemental appropriation. Since the adjournment of the leg- islature repeated statements have been given to the press of this stute saying that funds are in sight for u fiS appropriation for each of the neat two years. However, according to Informat...

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

FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1925 THE KKU KIVEK COUNTY REVIEW FREE Solve This Puzzle and Win $2.50 in Trade P'A;Y S N AlRlE AINlU ODE Miss Ruth Latimer is the winner of the prize offered for the solution to last week's puzzle 2t re \i7 (£), llll, W.ittrn Ntwaptptr Union.) Horizontal. 1—Territory In which United St*t« capltol Is located 8—White ptarue (abbr.) i—Ezclamatlona 7—Article I I—Exclamation of surprise 10—Prefix meaning before 11—Painful 13—Sully 14—Exist II—Power to attract 17—Part of verb "to be" 19—Keys 23—Also 21—To soak 25—Mediterranean country >1—Stay on surface of water 20—Qreek letter 21—Exclamation of hesitation 12—Imbecile II—Kingdom antiexed to Japan In 1910 IE—Heavenly person 26—Strong odor 27—Kill 11—Entreaty 42—Durlal garment 46—Strike out or nullify 47—A test 49—Wide 80—Tantalum fchem. sym.) 61—Preposition 6R—Scatter 66—Fight 66—Distress signal 67—Long narrow Inlet 69—Long for • 1 ho, and a bottle of rum 12—Inability 64—You (arch.) 66—Manner 66—Light tan 67—Beverage 62...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 3 April 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1925 The Free Traders ■By. Uictor Rousseau WNU SERVICE discharge, something struck Lee a vio- lent blow In the side that knocked him on hla back. He was up In a moment, and pulling with all Ills might, though he kuew be jttSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSa Copyright by W. a. Chapman 8YN0P8I8 CHAPTER 1,—Loo Anderson, Royal Canadian Mounted Police sergeant, la sent to Stony range to arretii a man named Polly for murder, lie In aluo instructed to look after Jim Itathway, reputed head of the "Free Traders,' Illicit liquor runners. At Little Falls ke finds Polly Is credited with having found a gold mine, and la missing. CHAPTER II.—At the hotel where Anderson stops, a girl, obviously out Of place in the rough surroundings, Appears. A hulfbreed whom Anderson bears called Pierre, and a companion, "Shorty," annoy the girl. Anderson In- terferes, earning the enmity of the two ,mei). CHAPTER III.-—The girl sets out for Alston Lalte, which is also...

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