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

• t JFRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Take no chances with your baking Make sure that you get the best possible results every time you cook or bake by using Mrs. Tucker's Shorten- ing- You will find that it makes muffins, hot breads, cakes—light and (laky and tender. That fried meat and vegetables are never greasy. That whenever you use it, it imparts the richness of butter —and none of the heavy indi- gestibility of lard. That is because Mrs. Tuck- er's is a pure, wholesome vegetable shortening. It is made exclusively of choice ■cottonseed-oil. Buy a pail of it from your grocer today. It wifl be enough to convince you of its economy. You'll be delighted, too, with the new container for Mrs. Tucker's. Absolutely air-tight, it nssures you short- filing that is fresh and pure. It's wonderfully easy to open —a matter of seconds. Once empty, it is useful about the house as a bucket or dinner pail. Interstate Cotton Oil Refining Co., Sherman, Texas. Government Grows Top He...

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

•• # THE RfeD RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 87 Decrease in Population of Hogs in United States A. hog production In 1925 probably M small aa In any year In the laat 10, and an acute shortage of hog products In 1926 are Indicated In the December pig Burvey made by the United States Department of Agri- culture in co-operation with the post office department, through the rural carriers. The surrey shows a decrease of M.2 per cent in the number of sows farrowing In the fall of 1924 in the country as a whole from the number farrowed in the tall of 1923. Because ot a somewhat higher average num- ber of pigs saved per litter the de- crease in pigs is only 22.2 per cent. For the corn belt the decrease fn sows Hw BULL'SEYE editor una Q wi Another Bull* Durham idvtrdw mailt by Will Roger*. Zicgfeld Follies Bad screen star, and leading American humorist. Mora com* ing. Watch for them. IOOKlkG at this Bull's pic- J ture here just reminds me of the Cattle Business, of which I am still in,...

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

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27 THE RED RIVEK COUNTY REVIEW JBI5I3JBI313EI5JSIiS3l3JEf5®,1 Avery New* YOUR FAVORITES Displayed for your convenient selection you will find your favorite cosmetics at this store. We specialize on this part of our business, as you will see when you come here. , Our prescription department is in competent hands. Quick serv- ice, pure drugs. Butcher Drug Company "That Good Drug Store" Madras News Thoro was no preaching here Sun- day on account of the rain. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Crafton spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Hensley. Miss Betty Russell is spending the week at Russell's Chapel. Albert Igo returned Friday from a visit in Oklahoma. The farmers are nearly through bedding la nil and are thinking of planting corn soon. A rain which, was badly needed fell here Sunday morning. Dr. and Mrs. Will Durrum and Mrs. Kate Latimer, son and daughter were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson Allen Saturday might. Lane's Chapel basket ball team played Madras Friday. The ...

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

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27 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 finish 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 llloe JOHNSON'S" you'll say. —Other JOHNSON, products to be had at our store: Waxing Mops, Paste Wax .Liquid Wax, Powdered Wax, Sani-Spar VarniBh for furniture and woodwork, Enamels and Kleen Floor, a preparation for removing grease spots and other stains from finished floors and woodwork. Ste TttarahleJ/archoare & cuumswur routs r A> iW/TN Tl/f /VfW - josr PA 0*1 Hi < i |Bt~ LOCALS More action per aquare inch than any movie you ever aawl Read ...

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

Wm oi tc* AUSTIN, TEXAS 3Rri* 2Uu£r County VOLUME 4—NUMBER 80. CLARKSV1LLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Mission Theatre Niftiest Little Show in Three States "Where Good Music Prevails.' You'll enjoy the pictures at the Mission Theater this week—Just take a look at our program. MONDAY - TUESDAY ALSO TWO-REEL COMEDY "Stepping Fast" If 100,000,000 people could see Norma Talmadge in "Ashes of Vengance" 100,- 000,000 hearts would cry out, "There Is no better picture." Ten massive reels. Admission 10c and 40c WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY CONWAY TEARLE and 5 CORINNE GRIFFITH —IN— "The Black Oxen" Conway Tearlfc i"Black Oxen* Also "Frozen Hearts" Pathe Two-Reel Comedy Don Warner Plays (or Rotary Club ^Coming March 19,20,21 Douglas Fairbanks —IN— "The Thief of Bagdad" Other Big Attractions on the Way "The Sea Hawk" "Monsieur Beaucaire" "Sundown" "Feet of Clay" "Abraham Lincoln" "The Great Divide" "North of 36" , Never before have you been able to see such pictures ...

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

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 192:, RID HIVER COUNTY REVIEW Review Publishing Co., ino Publishers Kntersd •• Moond claas matter May March S, 1S79. A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager WORE RESTRICTIVE LEGISLATION ASKED. The real entitle dealers of Texas have asked for restrictive legislation that will give them a monopoly of the business of buying and selling real estate at their own price. Now come the reBtaurant-keepers with a bill to prohibit drug stores from soiling sanidwitchoH pies etc., T}icy want a monopoly of feeding the people. As no one seeniH t« wunt competition we suggest that farmers appeal to the Legislature for protection against the city gardener. A law prohibiting all personn residing in cities of 1,500 population or over from growing fruit trees or vegetables on their back lots would stand Jtost about as much chance of being upheld by the supreme court as some of (he bills being introduced in the Texas fjegirtature and /sponsor(d by cer tain classes of ...

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

*> i J% I 111* <11 TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Beware the Ides of March YOUR FAVORITES •N Displayed for your convenient selection you will find your favorite cosmetics at this store. We specialize on this part of our business, as you will see when you come here. Our prescription department is in competent hands. Quick serv- ice, pure drugs. Butcher Drug Company "That Good Drug Store" wcanaianaijanawnaMgigiaMaiaMa^gigMa^^'BigiBMBlSl^jagignajiafiafianaiianamiiapaiigfiafHiija ■ • "f. & "■& A New Meaning The Old-Fashioned Saturday Night Cuthand News Get a pood running start for Sun- day by observing Saturday night as we observed it when church-going was a habit. The Dayton News con- trasts the old-fashioned night with the present the week-end—and ils vivid and ef- •Tlit> play given by the Cuthand high school boys and girls Friday night was very good and was wad at- tended. The play was "Out of Court." It will be put on at Rosalie soon. Willie Youn...

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

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, MARCH 3, 1925 II COffllUNI KITCHEN The Average 1 Man —Finds It hard to pass up a kitchen, whatever its location may be. • —He takes pride in the kitchen of his own home. He considers it an institution. He reckons its value in several figures. —That's the way with a man! And yet, 'tis no workshop of his own. —Being proud of It, only naturally, fosters an Interest in its equipment. More than likely he doesn't know what it's all about—the stove operation, the pans of endless styles and sizes, the mechanical devices therein, all calculated to lighten work, and aid in creating efficiency. But, just the —-If the Oil Cook Stove you've br>en using needs to be replaced thlH sen- eon, a trip to our store will ho wnrth while. Good Stoves are on display. —And if you, Mrs. Housewife, will have the man-of-the-house call in at our store, we will be glad to show him points of interest about Oil Cook Stoves, which, when the stove is in- stalled in the home, wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 6 March 1925

#.jdiiwi • mav ot T°* t1nive ,tdW V « ) Sillier County 2Uurirm VOLUME 4—NUMBER 81. CLARKSV1LLE, TEXAS, FRIDAY. MARCH 6, 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Mission Theatre Niftiest Little Show in Three States FRIDAY JACK PICKFORD "WAKING UP THE TOWN" Jtoru bu James Crux• ond J rank Condon footurintf Norma Shearer an* on ALL STAR CAST Incluiinf dlec B. Jrancii, Herbert Pryor, Claire Mc Dowell, Jinn May. Full of sure fire humor and surprises and first rate drama—the latest and best Jack Pickford success * —ALSO— Aesop Fables and Pathe Review ———————— SATURDAY WILLIAM DESMOND —IN— "Big Timber" A Also Comedy MONDAY - TUESDAY 4The Woman on the Jury' WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY "Ponjola" MARCH 19,20,21 DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS —IN— "The Thief of Bagdad" BAD CHECK GIVERS TO BE PROSECUTED At a meeting of the Retail Merch- ants Association Tuesday night Coun- ty Attorney E. B. Chambers explained the new "bad check law" recently en- acted, which makes the passing of a worthless check prima facie evidence...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 6 March 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1925 JtKO RIVER COUNTY REVIEW REVIEW PUBLISHING CO., INC., Publisher* as Mcond clan Matter March 3, 1879. A. T. BRYCE, Editor and Manager January Sales Ford Cars Total 103,022 January sales of Ford cars and tracks totaled 103,022, according to figures given out February 20 at the «Mces of the Ford Motor Company. Ia addition, the company sold 4,166 Fordson tractors and 395 Lincoln cam during the first month of the year. Of these, domestic retail deliveries for January were 76,062 Ford cars, 13,790 trucks, 3,384 Fordsons and 371 Lincoln cars. Foreign sales figures in the totals do not include those of Canada or British possessions which %re served by the Ford Motor Com- pany of Canada, Ltd. Sales reports for the first part of February show an increasing demand generally and iu order to care for growing requirements all Ford, manu- facturing plants are now in operation tm a full six-day a week schedule. This Includes the big Highland Park am...

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

*••• fCV A* )AY. MARCH 6, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW Getting Ready for Pacific Trip CHOICE TIMBER STOCK IN ALLEN LUMBER Only the very best stock is included in our large yard of high grade lumber. Where ! 13e best lumber is wanted—you'll do well to specify Allen quality. —PAINTS-VARNISHES— J. W. Allen & Bro. Lbr. Co. ■gIg(gf3I3J3ISJ3I3®3f3Mc!]B®J3I3iHMi3Mi!I3®3rdI3MSn3®S®5!J3IBJ3MSE(SfB/9riS]H®5®3i J Sessional Directory . CLAUDE D. SCAFF Physician and Surgeon Btlle's Drug Store CLARKSVILLiE GEO P. BLACKBURN LAWYER Texas ****** Your Conversation ****** O J, ryden Furniture Co. u rtakers and Embatmera Night Phone 683 % Phone 83 "SPIC AND SPAN" Housewives like to be told * iliiit their kitchens itre "uplc and spun." Sple Is h corrup- * lion of spike or nail, on<l span moans n chip. The ships in * which every hit of wood and i( every nail were new were orls- jj inally described as splc and n spun. Doctor Johnson, of dic- tionary fame, says, however, £ that span is a referen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 6 March 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, MAIN FRII FreeTraderf i-opyrtght b Victor llouaat-iiu. ter country and Victor rtounseau has had a most In- teresting career. The fact that he has been In nil |>nrtn of ihu world. loading an adventurous life, undoubtedly ac- counts for hl« «reat vertiiitlllty as a writer. Although he has written many stories, there Ih no suniencHs about his work. His plots aro ex- tremely Ingenious and his characters always refreshing. Horn In Ungland, he was educated at Harrow and at Ox- ford university. He has lived in several of the British col- onies and Is espe- cially familiar with theCanadian North- west and with South Africa. In the lat- whlle still a very young man he fought with the Kngllsh Volunteers In the lioer war. Coming to the United States about twenty years ago. he engaged In news- paper work and kept at It about three years, when he was offered and ac- cepted the position of assistant man- aging editor of Harper's Weekly. While In that positio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 6 March 1925

VCVA* FRIDAY. MARCH 6, 1925 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW rc 'Si . BEE CULTURE NOTE—Tlio following is the first of a series of articles on bees ami bee culture written by Baughn Stone of Clarksville. one of the foremost authorities on bees in (he state. The bee Indus- try, while little Is known of it outside of those who actually raise bees, is a very profitable one, especially in this locality. By BAUGHN STONE 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 when needed will price you invest. small—the value of it more than repay the Butcher Drug Company "That Good Drug Store" !®3E/3M3f3/B®3(3EJ3®BOI3{BI3EI313/313J9EjSiii Whiteman's Chapel Our school is progressing nicely. Church was well attended Sunday Madras News Several from here attended church ut Concord last Wednesday and and everyone enjoyed the ser...

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

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 1925 i. COMMUNI KITCHEN ifl SOCIETY Wednesday Bridge Club The Average Man —Finds It bard to pass up a kitchen, whatever itB location may be. —He takes pride in the kitchen of bis own home. He considers it an institution. He reckons Its value in Beveral figures. —That's the way with a man! And yet, 'tis no workshop of his own. —Being proud of it, only naturally, fosters an interest in its equipment. More than likely he doesn't know what it's all about—the stove operation, the pans of endless styles and sizes, the mechanical devices therein, all calculated to lighten work, and aid In creating efficiency. But, just the same, he's interested. —If the Oil Cook Stove you've been using needs to be replaced this sea- son, a trip to our store will be worth while. Good Stoves are on display. —And if you, Mrs. Housewife, will have the man-of-the-house call in at our store, we will be glad to show him points of interest about Oil Cook Stoves, which, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 10 March 1925

uy ot ■"* AUSTIN, TEXAS .If! T With Slitter County Wittttetii 'VOLUME 4—NUMBER 82. CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1925 PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Mission Theatre Niftiest Little 8how In Three States MONDAY - TUESDAY "Woman on the Jury" —with— Hobart Bosworth SYLVIA BREA1MER AND FRANK MAYO AND ALL-STAR CAST —also— "Short Change" | Two-Reel Comedy Three Stores Entered at Deport Tuesday Three Btores at Deport were en'ir ad Tuesday night and caHh regi-icer*, were relieved of all small change, s ?v eral cartons of cigarettes and other merchandise. J. R. Westbrook oad Sons' store was robbed for the sec- ond time within the month. Entrance was effected by tearing a screen from a rear window and smashing the glass; $3 in change was removed from the cash register, hosiery and other merchandise stolen. J. W. Spears' grocery was entered by breaking a lock, using an auto spring as a pinch bar; $6 in cash, sev eral curtons of cigarettes and probably other merchandise that cannot be m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 10 March 1925

1 THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1925 HBO RIVH COUNTY RBVIBW RIVIIW PUBLISHING CO., INC., Publish*!* Intend m second class Matter March S, 1*79. K T. BRYCE, Editor ami Manager Wage Workers &a Financiers Chicago Daily News- After leas than three yean of operation, the Amal gated Trust and Savings Bank owndd and operated by the 35,000 mem- bers of the Amalgated Clothing Workers' Union, is evidencing its suc- cess by moving to larger quarters. A manufacturer with a son whom he -wishes to have learn the business may start him to work in the shop instead of taking him immediately into the office. One object, at least, of this? training 1b to acquaint the young man with the point of view of those who with their hands. If he ?3 a youth of sensibilities the result of ibis ex perience will be to crwato in him an attitude toward wege workers always sympathetic, never arbitrary or unt fair. Similarly, It is wholesome for wage earners, through such enterprises as labor banks...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 10 March 1925

• • • • \ i ■jk TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 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" Bagwell News Grandma Hastings is very sick at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Stan- ley, of Fulbright. Gilbert Hastings has ' moved to Clarksville, where he will be con- nected with the Anderson Dry Goods Company. Mrs. Perkins and children of Paris are visiting her amnt, Mrs. Hermon Gaines, here. She has been quite sick since her arrival. Mrs. Prances Kirk spent last Wed- nesday in Clarksville with Mrs. J. W. Turk. Mrs. Brenley, who has been visiting ber sister, Mrs. Joe Brenley, left Wed- nesday for her home in Wisconsin. Less Lain is very ill with pneumonia ftt present. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 10 March 1925

THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1925 Complete! —This can be sold 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 have all the little extras calculated to lighten routine duties, and create extra hours outside for 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. SOCIETY Dtfe 'TttambfeJ/aixfware ^ •/w. - cuimsvime rats W w/.-a Afw- wsr p/fj.tt W t Bridge Club The members of the Friday Bridge Club and others were very delightful ty entertained Priday afternoon by Mrs. M. L. Sims. Many beautiful spring flowers, Including sweet peas and jonquils, were artistically ar ranged throughout the house. Several interesting games of bridge were playe...

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

\ % y Uulvoralty ot Tcxai Jil — AVJ8TIN, TEXAS IflU % JfOLUME 4—NUMBER 83. Wittttt (tamtii Witxtitm CLARKSVILLE, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 11)25 PUBLISHED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS Mission Theatre Niftiest Little 8how In Three 8tates FRIDAY A smart comedy of Parisian life act- ed by a great cast of star players, In- cluding Viola Dana, Jetta Goulda^ Adolph Menjou and Raymond Griffith. ui by ADOl Jliil l LA SKY \ Cl G>ammounl Qidun J. W.HALEY KILLED NEAR CUTHAND Jim Wright Haley, who lived south of Cuthand, was killed in a gun bat- tle with members ot the sheriff's de- partment Wednesday, according to re- portts reaching here. The details concerning the shooting have not been given out. The shooting took place about 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon on the Oliver place on Sulphur, according to reports. N. D. Mauldin of Cuthand held the inquest. Time Extended on $1,000 Corn Contest According to Egbert Thompson, sec- retary of the Retail Merchants' Asso- ciation, the time for entering the $10...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Red River County Review — 13 March 1925

V THE RED RIVER COUNTY REVIEW FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 1925 * \FreeTraderj Copyrlghi_Ly _ W. u Chapman. There was no one In tiie now de- | ferted range ;to whom she could be going. The only possible destination might be the Moravian mission on the I Other side. But—there were no | Women at the mission. "Well, ya see. Miss," the fat land- I ford was saying, "we're purty well | filled up so fur us rooms Is concerned. Cat the wife's over to Old Landing fer a few days, an* I guess you c'n hev cur room till she comes home. It's the fu«t room on the right at the top of the stairs. You jest wulk up «nd make yourself comfortable, Miss, fluid HI take your hoss Into the stable fMd see thut he gits fed and watered. A supper's ready." "Thank you, but I had mine on the foni. And I shall be going on early IB the morning." By now the crowd of ex-prospectors h«d formed a wide circle about the girl, standing as far as the pas- Mge would permit, staring and gcratlnlzing her frankly, and looking pheepishly a...

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