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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 13 February 1925

ot 're*** a t IHTIM, TIM At ) - Vol. 4—No. 75. CLARKSV1LLE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Mission Theatre Niftiest tittle Show in Three States. "Where Good Music Prevails.' Music by Mrs. Peek WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY William Fox Presents "The Man Who Came Back" The drama that atirred the entire nation. Also Good Comedy << FRIDAY Loving Lies >> From Peter B. Ky/ie's famous story, "The Harbor Bar" —Also— Fables and Review SATURDAY A tale of Texas Rangers in the flam- ing West, when life hung on by , a hair trigger. oftite(fa(jrandt ' William Jbx presents , c%mfllUc and fcnti the wonder horse inline (/rey's %lAST/ik DUANES Tony, the wonder horse, is one of the principal actors in this wonderful picture. —Also— Comedy Reel Coming MONDAY - TUESDAY "The Woman of Paris" Light Franchise Action Deferred The new franchise for the Texas Public Utilities Company to run 50 'years and to take the place of the franchise under which the company is now ope...

Publication Title: Red River County Review
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 13 February 1925

,n o THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FEBRUARY 13, 1925. HBO RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Revitw Publishing Co.. inc Publisher* entered •• Mcond claM matter May ■ March 8, 1ST®. A. T. BRVCE, Editor and Manager ■ * . ' , LIGHT FRANCHISE ACTION DEFERRED (Continued from pake one) ttons beyond theiilmlts thereof, tor ltpbt. beat, power and other pur- Sectjpn 2. Poles and towers shall Kb -erected as to not unreasonably interfere with traffic over streets And alleys. The location of all nolo* ttd towers and conduits shall be fixed under the supervision of the street and alley committee of the <Mty Council, or the successors to the duties of that committee, but not so as to unreasonably Interfere with the proper operation of said lines. Section 3. The service furnished hereunder to said city and Its inhab- itants shall be first-class in all re- spects considering all circumstan- ces, and shall be subject to such rea- sonable rules and regulations as the Grantee may make from time to tine. The Grantee...

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

f m i ) pjj 0 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FEBRUARY 13,1925. Electricity Helps Production of Eggs Use of Artificial Light Fa- vored During Wjnter. The UBe of artificial light In poultry houses to supplement daylight, making a longer working dtiy for the btrds, and thereby stimulating egg production during the winter months, 1ms been proved conclusively to be practical. Poultrymen all over the United States ore using gasoline lunterns, gas lights, and electricity for the purpose. 'Hardly any two, however, have the ame size of light or urrungement of lights for a given floor space. The different sizes and arrangements of lights have given widely varying In- tensities of light on the poultry house floor, anil In order to find out the proper amount of light to use, exten- sive experiments hove been carried on by the New York State College of Ag- riculture ut Ithaca, N, Y. Results of these experiments have Just been published In Professor Fair- banks' new bulletin, "Artificial Illumi- nat...

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

FEBRUARY 13, 1925. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Dewberry Crop Can Be Made Profitable Special Methods of Training and Culture Used. {Prepared by the United Statu Department of Agriculture.) ' Any fertile soil with jfood drainage und a Rood supply of buiuus to retuln moisture Is suitable for growing dew- berries, a close relative to the black- berry, found In many markets, says the United States Department of Agri- culture. Although suited to many types pf soils, it is grown most extensively On coarse, sandy loams. Its deep- rooting system enables it to obtain moisture from such soils better than many other crops. At present the dewberry is grown more widely in North Carolina and New Jersey than in any other states, but It is adapted to nearly all parts of the country. It Is grown commercially *lso In Michigan and New York. In these four states the skill of the grow- ers in using special methods of train- ing and culture make the crop very profitable.. In North Carolina and New Jersey ...

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

IP#** FEBRUARY 13, 1925. THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW I .■ 'SI ANY THING Few items are of more importance to the modern woman than the contents of her beauty cabinet. You can come h6re and select from the purest cosmetics in the world, just what you need for your com- plexion. Butcher Drug Company 'BJaJ3I3ISI3SlSISSfSJS13I3I5!Ie!ISISJ3rSM3M3®3j'3f3®SI3M3ISi3J5J2IB®3I5I3M3®3/3I3l3l3IBJ3IS Yes, Sir, We Have It in Stock Before you start to build, or even if you are started and need some additional lum- ber, Phone 63, and we will deliver it promptly from our always complete stock. .... McALESTER COAL IS BETTER .... Steger Lumber Co. LUMBER THAT IS LUMBER LOCALS (ft Mrs., Delia Jolly is the guest of Mrs. Got' in Greenville for 'several duys. Clyde Milan left Tuesday for Hot j Springs, Ark., where he will spend j several weeks. of town on the Albion road, is "crit- ically 111. His many friends in tho surrounding communities, especially the old vvternns will no ldoub't be con- cerned regard...

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

•l & > li I 1 < 1 / i' f" r. J THE RED RIVER COUNTY fcEYlEW FEBRUARY 13,1925. v;u'^c' Special Purchase 6 dozen Ladies' New Gingham and Percale House Dresses all sizes, worth $1.50, opening day 98c LOOK! LOOK! Opening day, Friday, Febru- ary 13, Regular 25c Dress Gingham 3c For a limited time, 5 yards to the customer. Sale begins at 9 a. m. 4 25c Palmolive Powder 11c Don't Miss the 500 Yards of Ginghams at 10c Palmolive Green Wrapper Toilet Soap only 4c 38-inch Heavy Brown Domestic 10 yards for $1.00 Men's $1.75 Heavy Denim Overalls $1.19 Boys' $1.00 Winter Union Suits go for only 48c One lot Men's $25 to $27.50 Suits to sell quick for only $13.00 24-inch Metal-Bound Suit Cases for *$1.39 Men's Horsehide Work Gloves 89c Boys' All-Wool Sweaters . .$1.95 Men's $5 All-Wool Blue Serge Pants, all sizes $2.95 One lot Men's Mineral Dye Khaki Suits .$3.39 ANDERSON'g * m A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE Nakes Tremendous Redactions on Entire Stock in a Great 15-Day February Selling Event $1,000...

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

UuiVCT6Uy Ol Tcsal <v AU6TIN, TEXAS j WLtb Wiiwt ®0unty 3Rmxsvd VOLUME 4—NUMBER 76. j Mission Theatre j Niftiest Little Show in Three State*. I "Where Good Music Prevails.' Music by Mrs. Peek ONDAY-TUESDAY Election Judges Are Appointed CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17 Rotary Club Ends Membership Contest I •! • WOMAN of PARIS'' featuriryf CdnaPurvian.cz UJntten and Directed by CHARLES CHAPLIN A tremendous drama of human emotions in the everyday life of everyday people. The big and little things of living at we all know them end feel them in our- selves and in our friends are pictured with a clearness and sharpness that is fairly startling. The Commissioners Courtin session last week appointed the following election Judges who will have charge of the various precincts In the county for the next two years: Clarksville No. 1, D. M. McKenzie: Clarksville No, 2, J. E. Bloodworth; nlarksvllle No. 3, J. E. Anderson: ClarksvilUe No. 4, Gordon Banning- field; Cuthand No. 5, Austin ...

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

I J* THE RED RIVER COUNTY REV1EW\ TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17 MO *IV«* COUNTY RCVICW i I k" Av • V ■ Rtvliw Publishing Co.. mo Publishers ffltsred •• second class matter May Marsh 8, 1«79. A. T. BRYCE. Cdlt«r and Managsr RCMOVE THE PENITENTIARY PROM POLITIC# The Texas penitentiary is being in- vestigated again. Mismanagement •ad graft are charged. There can be little doubt about the first charge. The Texas penitentiary has been mis- managed so long that the people do not expect anything else. As to graft, tbftt remains to be seen. If there In anything of that kind, let us hope that the investigation will uncover it eiyl convict the guilty. If all the graft, both direct and indirect, could be cut out of every department of j government, taxes could be reduced considerably, but just as long as gov- ernment is controlled by politicians, more °r l('ss Kraft is expected. Tbe > Texas penitentiary system should be entirely removed from poli- tics, It should be put on a business and humane basi...

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

ft • • • « # • i • TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW ANY Few items are of more importance to the modern woman than the contents of her beauty cabinet. You can come here and select from the purest cosmetics in the world, just what you need for your com- plexion. Butcher Drug Company Carlotta Evans Writes Ajrticle on Flour How doos your baker manage to evolve those tender, fluffy, delectable cream puffs, those luclous patties, that incomparable French pastry? It's all a matter of the flour he uses, he probably tell you i' you ask him. The care and thought he gives the dainties for your table be- gin with painstaking discrimination as'to raw material, says Carlotta Summers. First h&'ll tell you, look at the color of the flour. Especially for bread-making he insists it shall be a cream-white, for the shad<* ordinar- ily Indicates '"strong flour." If pas- flour of starchy-white shade, which try is his objective, he may accept he calls "soft flour". But if it is so d...

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

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17 I Good Implements will contribute to your individual prosperity this year. Poor equipment tends to increase the cost of pro- ducing your crop—in a reduction of the yield per acre, a result ot im- proper planting and cultivation. It's expensive—the "economy" in de- priving yourself of farm equipment you really need. And it shows up at the end of every year. Equip your farm wtth Implements— dependable and standard. Buy them at our store. Three established lines from which to make your selection— JOHN DEERE ROCK ISLAND MOMNB rJfie cftlantlfeJ/ardware & CLAfiKSWttf rtXAS -*#*9- F/fiSr W/7H THf Afw -JUS? P#0#£ AO / Cuthand News The pie supper given at this place Friday night, with only 15 pies, brought $39, which we appreciate very much. Mrs. Berry Bean, who has been akk, la better at' this writing. Mrs. Lelia Bllsard is on the sick at this writing. Wesley McCall and Foster Toung visited Lacy Moore Sunday after noon. Geneva and Adelle ...

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

unlvorsM ol rcxa® AU8TtN, TEXAt With WLuttt County Steitmu VOLUME 4—NUMBER 77. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20 Mission Theatre Niftiest Little 8how in Three 8tatea. "Where Good Music Prevails.' Music by Mrs. Peek FRIDAY Dorothy Dalton«ri Jack Holt Lone Wolf Methodist Revival Has Special Services Interest in the Methodist revival continues to grow and the interesting as well as instructive sermons of the Rev. C. H. Han(d are being delivered each night to a packed house. Spe- cial services have been held every night this week and each and every sermon has been an education in it- self. The service Monday night was dedicated to fraternal orders and was a complete success. And the one for the old folks held Tuesday night was the best yet held, both from a stand- point of attendance and quality of the sermon delivered. Friday night has been set aside as public school night and preparations ar;^ being made for the largest at- tendance since the opening of the meeting. Many n^w mem...

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

: :v 11 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REV HEW FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20 : '#■ •' t ""Vi HO RIVER COUNTY RKVIIW Rtvitw Publishing Co., ino Publisher* Injured at Mcond elan matter May Mareh S, 1879. A. T. BRYOI« Editor and Managsr DYING CULT fashions In dress and decorations have long been subject to waves of foreign Influences. Students of mun- ners profess to give reasons for the abb and flow. They will truce French Influence to Henrietta Maria and be- yond her; they will see It weakened by the frown of Cromwell und revived by the secret trenty of Dover. They will tell you, too, why at one time no Eng- lish purty was entertaining without a Mack page boy to grin ut the guests, and no English lawn decorative with- out a peacock to strut upon It, says the London Times. Nearer to our own day, they will explain how Japan flourished. In fans and porcelain, on the mantel- pieces. Of the '00s, and how, ten years ago, nothing from a dancer to a dinner could be perfect that was not Busslan. Now, It appears,...

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

FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 20 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW • # 4 I 0 I • * FREE FREE FREE "WHITE MAGIC" Motion Picture ON THE U8E OF NITRATE OF SODA ON COTTON This picture shows how Nitrate of Soda properly usel<l can bring success out of failure. It toils by means of beautiful photography and appropriate titles how a young girl, anxious to help her family, profited by the ex- perience of others, and achieved results Which convinced her uncle of the practical wisdom of using modern methods. A love story runs through the picture and the happy ending is brought about by the successful efforts of the girl. Plain demon- strated facts, which convinced the uncle aro shown in many scenes taken throughout the cotton belt—of the actual results obtained by some of the most successful growers. H This Picture Will Be Followed by 'White Magic Turned Into Gold" A cultural picture which stresses the importance of terracing, frequent cultivation, careful preparation of seed bod and the home mixing of your ...

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

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW •x. Are They Carrying off the placo up your way? It's quite eliminating mouse. a problem— the crafty But there's a highly sat- isfactory way In the use of SNAPPY All Steel Mouse traps. They're easily set; Just press a setting lever; no danger of an injured fingeir. You'll like SNAPPY Traps. They're a catjs only rival. * Take home a supply to- day. Dtfe tylarabfeJ/ardware -Siww* • cuuMswur rexAS -/*«- HfiSr W/TH TH£ AfW -JUSTPrtOXt / What-My Neighbor Says Is of Interest to Clarksville Folks. When one has had the misfortune to suffer from backache, headaches, dizziness, urinary disorders and other kidney ills—and has found relief from all this sickness an|d suffering, that person's advice is of untold value to friends and neighbors. The follow- ing case is only one of many thou- sands, but it is that of a Clarksville resident. Who could ask for a better example? Jack Stegalt, R. F. D. No. 6, says: "I had a bad, dull pain in the small of my back and when I b...

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

IjU^ etbM ol AUSTIN, TEXAS With iSttmr dnunfu Smiem VOLUME 4—NUMBER 78. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24 PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Mission Theatre Niftiest Little 8how In Three State*. "Where Good Music Prevails.' Music by Mrs. Peek MONDAY - TUESDAY MARY PICKFORD —IN— "ROSITA' m MAUY PICKFOSD j'n'ROSMV A Spanish romance with Hoibrook Bllnn. Mary Pickford will make you laugh Will make you thrill Will make you weep Will bring you joy In a new love role. "R08ITA" Is one of ths best produc- tions Mary Pickford ever made. Do not fail to aee this wondfrfyl attrac- tion. —ALSO— Special Two-Reel Comedy 1 Admission 10c and 40c Clarksville Folks Here Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fryar and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McMillan of *Clarks- ville were visitors In Honey Grove last Friday afternoon, driving over in Mr. Fryar's Bulck, Messrs. Fryar and McMillan were liere investigat- ing the operation of the Texas Power and Light Company and looking at ♦he franchise which that corporation was given by the c...

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

u I? RBO RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Review Publishing Co.. mo Publiahtra entered •• second clan matter May Mareh 3, 1879. A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager FRANKLIN'S KITE Benjamin Franklin's kite experiment «U recently under attack by a Massa- chusetts scientist; who, being director of the Blue Hill meteorological observ- atory, knows llghtulng intimately, says the Baltimore Sun. Ills point was that Franklin had really flown a kite In a thunder storm he would not have lived !to tell about It. It Is therefore Inter- esting to read the letter which Frank- U wrote about his experience and •wjilch the New York Times now re- prints from a treatise ostensibly by Franklin himself and published in Lon- don In 1774. In brief, Franklin claim* to have done the trick. He says that th« kite string was charged with elec- tricity when thunder clouds came over 'tip kite, but he does not say that a of lightning struck It. Perhaps .jthat neutralizes the comment from Bltie Hill. Admitting that lightning Is i4...

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

) • TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Banking j Mary Pickford Has P Role of Grown-Up In its broadest sense banking means financial service that has in it every- thing essential to safety, strength, helpfulness and convenience in finan- cial transactions, and it is our constant endeavor to have our bank measure up to this standard. First National Bank of Clarksville The Bank of Better Service Don't Forget the Grasshoppers Madras News Miss Maggie Bell Ford spent Sat- urday nii?ht with Misses Dr.*is and Helen Pittman. Herbert Boswell and Charil* Young were gusets of Alex Collin# Sunday afternoon. The singing at Mr, Mac Henley's Sunday night was well-attended and enjoyed by all. There will be church services here Sunday at 10:30 a. m. Everybody In- vited. We are glad to hear that Mrs. John Blandon at home and doing well. I-and on Durrum returned home from Jefferson last Friday. Mr. Tom Pinkerton is reported aR improving. We are glad to hear that Mr. Al- bert Igo's childre...

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

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 24 IB-LOCALS* r f Beautiful Floors —Are easily acquired in the use of JOHNSON'S Floor Varnish. . —Easily applied, it is most generally \used; simple directions, when care- fully'followed, result in a mirror-like flniBh on floors and woodwork; last- ingly beautiful, it is recommended by those who use it. —Use JOHNSON'S where the wear is greatest. The service it will give, where the abuse comes regular, con- vinces the discriminate user of the wisdom in his selection of this proven quality product. —"Nothing like JOHNSON'S" you'll eay. —Other JOHNSON products to be had at our store: Waxing Mops, Paste Wax .Liquid Wax, Powdered Wax. Sani-Spar Varnish for furniture and woodwork, Enamels and Kleen Floor, a preparation for removing grease spots and other stains from finished floors and woodwork. yttarabteJ/aniware Wi • /iMww* - CUMMSWUt rtXAS -/*w- /ftSI W/TH T/.'f AfW-JUST PHOSL A J / Once a trial, always Nyal. Nyal tooth paste.—8tiles Drug S...

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

X Oi texat JUSTIN, TlXAi With H&ixttr County Srutriu VOLUME 4—NUMBER 79. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27 PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Mission Theatre Niftleet kittle Show in Three States. "Where Good Music Prevails.' We Show the Cream of the iMovi>na Picture Product. FRIDAY MORE WOMEN! Qn original story for 2* the screen by Umer Harrujj!: presented by S Associated Quthors, Inc., 7mnk Woods tlmir Harii\ Thompson Buchanan rlfi Clark UJ C7/K Jia faring Matt Moore and Madge Bellamy tCofhleen Clifford J?eeoes Jmith Clarence Burton Oeorge Cooper On CJmer Harris Production - Directed by Lloyd tngnahom A comedy drama with a lot of laughs that tells the story of a youth who thought he hated all girls when jilted by one. Then he stepped into a love-web skilfully woven by another,— And is taken captive. Also on Same Program Aesop's Fables and Pathe Review SATURDAY BUCK JONES —IN— 4'The Man Who Played Square" A big story of the W«st and gold I fields—the season's most thrilling...

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

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27 MO RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Review Publishing Co.. inc Publishers iHtoiwI as second class matter May March S, 1S79. A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager Clarksville Should \ Have a City Park There are hundreds of national parks situated in various parts of the United States that are maintain- ed by the government at a cost of millions of dollars annually. This Is as it should be. There are many state parks, too, and there will he more if the sug- gestions and recommendations of the state park board are taken seri- ously. This board recently toured the state inspecting sites that were of- fered them for the establishment of state parks. Many of them should j be and no doubt will be accepted. .While these national and state: parks are fine for those living in the locality in which said parks happen to be and for the thousands of tour- ists who visit them annually, the real playgrounds of America are the small plats of a few acres that are withinj ...

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