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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 18 January 1940

t i \ Completer News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! The Citizens Journal SIXTY-FIRST YEAR Nay Barker For Assessor - Collector To the voters of Cass County:' In this weeks' issue of the pa- pers you will find my announce- ment for Tax Assessor-Collector for Cass County, subject to the ac- tion of the Democratic Primary Election. I am a Texan by birth and have spent 86 years of my life in Cass County. On completion of my High School work, I entered East Texas State Teachers College, Commerce, and had three years of College work. Following that I entered Draughans Business School Shreveport, Louisiana, and took a 9 months course in Business Ad- ministration, after which I came home to Linden and immediately secured work with an Abstract Company located ' in the Court House. I worked steadily with Ab- stract work for 8 years until I was inducted into Military Service, where I had Service Overseas. Af- ter a period of 12 months I return- ed and have been...

Publication Title: Citizens Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 18 January 1940

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1940 The Citizens Journal (Founded 1879) J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher •-ed at the postoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mail matter, Thursday of each week—209 East Main Street—Phone No. 178 CARD OP THANKS We take this method of thanking our neighbors and friends for their kindness and assistance when we lost our barn by fire. May God's blessings be with you always. C. E. SANDERS, And Family TEXARKANA LIVE STOCK COMMISSION COMPANY The Tex&rkuna Live Stock Com- mission Company is located west on 7th Street Highway in Tex- arkana. Phone No. 732. Here is an old tried institution of this section that is enjoying a thriv ing business covering a wide ter- ritory. When you consign your live- stock here you can always depend upon getting the highest market value. This company has always assist- ed materially in the growth and ex- pansion of Texarkana, as a trade center, and has been partially re- sponsible for rene...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 18 January 1940

I THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1940 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS LiU AlirCT IAIIII Tf HONEST JOHN 5 :■ :< OPEN FRIDAY WITH ALL NEW PRICES. EVERY SINGLE ITEM WITH A NEW, LOW SALE PRICE TAG! "READ'UM AND REAP!" CLOSED THURSDAY "HONEST JOHN" AND ALL THE HIRED HANDS WILL WORK BE- HIND CLOSED DOORS----CUTTING iiff fjHr! • Not an Ordinary Sale, but an "HONEST JOHN" SALE. Something different! A Sale with "Glamour," Fun and Financial Relief to your pocket book. A dynamic, spectacular p rice slashing jubilee that will undersell any and all competition in this part of the State. Our floor space is small, our rent is cheap, our fixtures are "home-made" and our overhead expense is down to the minimum. That is why, once a year we can give you uncomparable values in our annual "HONEST JOHN" SALE! Now Comes the Sale you have been wait- ing for. A15 Day Value Giving Event That You Can't Afford to Miss! v rJ Sale Starts Friday, Ian. 19, at 9:00 a.m. A WORD FROM THE "BOSS" DEAR FOLKS:— We all mak...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 18 January 1940

H *' mf THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1040- TH mm Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 Surprise Party Misses Mary Ellen Squyres and Mildred Ware entertained in the latter's home with a surprise birth- day party for Mary Jo Cameron, January 13. After games had been played re- freshments were served to the fol- lowing guests: Sarah Sasser, Bet- ty Jo Evans, Mary Margaret Cal- licoatte, Helen Riley, Mary Joyce Perdue and the honoree Mary Jo Cameron. Bingo Party at Douglassville The faculty of the Douglassville School are sponsoring a Bingo par- ty to be held i on Thursday night, January 18, 1940, in the High School Auditorium. The proceeds will be used to pay on the water pump and radio for the school. Jlveryone come and enjoy the \*TO.ing with us. It is your school; y let us support it. Be there! Sunbeam Band Six members of the Sunbeam Jiand met at the Baptist church last Monday We are enjoying our songs and stories about Jesus, and our Missionaries....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 18 January 1940

THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1940 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Mrs. Charlie Powell and (laugh- ters of Avinger were Sunday visi- tors with her daughter, Mrs. J. R Crow and family. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Storie of Queen City, Route 2, are the proud parents of a baby boy, born Tues- day, Jan. 9. He's been given the name of James Riley. The paternal grand parent is Mrs. A. L. Hamp- ton and the maternal grand parents are Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Riley. Will C. Hornsey has been confin- ed to his home for the past ten days on account of an attack of the flu, Mrs. Elmer Fortner of Sherman; Mrs. David Chatman of Dallas are visiting in the home of their par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Pepper. Robert M. Ingram and wife of Yoakum visited first of the week in home of his sister Dr. and Mrs J. F. King. 1 %>#&> 9 t I ANNOUNCING — Change in Ownership at the ATLANTA SERVICE STATION BYRON HEFNER has purchased this Station from Floyd Newkirk and is now operating same, assisted by "RED" SHARRER and PA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 18 January 1940

>• "ft WW THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS RABBIT TRACKS THURSDAY, JANUARY id, 1940 Bob Wood—Beauty, Fun Clayton, Crouch, Tomberlain, Among V. A. District Heads Group to Meet for Green Hands' Initiation Chalk Artist To Give Exhibition at H. S. Thursday Bob Weed, artist and cartoonist, will present "Dramatic Adventures with Chalk" at the Atlanta High School Auditorium on Thursday, January 25, at nine a. m. Admis- sion charges are 10c for children, and 15c for adults. The news release received by the school reads as follows: "Bob Wood, brilliant artist and cartoonist extraordinary, brings a new program this season. He was a hit during 1937-38. His new unique serio-comic entertainment sparkles with humor, wit and originality. Musical accompani- ment with much of the program is an added feature of unusual inter- ^ est." Continuing, the public relations release states: "Wood uses a large easel and more than a score of colors to pro- duce his pictures, which are fur- ther enhanced ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 18 January 1940

THt™WAY> JANUARY 18, 1940 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Gen&ralMotors Builds 25-Millionth Unit ~ a: > BBS m I 8111188 Brief ceremonies were held in the Chevrolet assembly plant at Flint, January 11, marking completion of this car, the 25-millionth unit built by General Motors. In behalf of the thousands of workers who had a hand in its manu- facture, 75 members of the final assembly line crew handed M. E. Coyle, Chevrolet general manager, a commemora- tive scroll for presentation to W. S. Knudsen, president of General Motors. Veteran Chevrolet employes, and execu- tives of the Buick and AC Spark Plug divisions, were Tjrrnent a* special guests. a. gei facturing manager, Chevrolet; Mr. Coyle; H. H. Curtice, general manager Buick Division; A. P. Sloan, Jr., chair- man of the board, General Motors; Fred Brown, veteran Chevrolet employe; C. S. Mott, vice president, General Motors; C. E. Wilnon, executive vice president, General Motors, and Mr. Knudsen. The car was taken ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 18 January 1940

IT^"'7 ' . " ~r '• 111 —- ; r* THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS CLASSIFIED MALE HELP WANTED— Good Watkins route open now in At- lanta. No car or experience ne- cessary; Watkins Company larg- est and best known and products easiest sold; usual earnings $20 to $35 a week. Write J. R. Wat- kins Company, 70-9t> W. Iowa Ave., Memphis, Tenn. ltp WISHED APARfWENT— for t. AH bills paid. 804 Louise or FURNI rent. AH bills paid, phone 187. 0. C. Oden. 2-tfc FOR RENT—In nice locution, two room and bath furnished apart- ment. $10.00. Call 330. FOR RENT—Nice five room resi- dence, bath, hall, porches and garage. Mrs. Hugh Carney. Phone 115. ltc FOR SALE—Fence posts, 6, 7, and 8 feet, any number at 1 cent per foot. See R. A. Penn, Atlanta, Texas. 52-tfc FOR RENT—3 room furnished apartment, with private bath, all bills paid, $15.00 month in ad- vunce. Mrs. W. P. Riley, Queen City. 52-tfc FOR SALE—My home, 119 Huvve street; house at 129 Bogy street, either with or without furniture. Charlie ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 January 1940

Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! SIXTY-FIRST YEAR The Citizens Journal ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1940 Be Loyal to Atlanta\ « Trade at Home • Sell at Home • Buy at Home NUMBER THREE PLAN COMMUNITY FOREST — BY US t [ I •S Secretary Hull's reciprocal trade agreement has the old tariff wall situation beat more ways than a monkey. The American mode of trading horses has never been out- smarted and we are willing to leave it to our secretary to swap our surplus commodities to other na- tions for what we need including cash, instead of telling them to chunk a high wall and get it. The American people must work to be happy. * ♦ The Republicans Smoot-Howley high tariff law may act as the democrats snibber by telling these countries we do not wish to do business with them and to pay it or stay out. The rest of the boys can make a special trade with se- cretary Hull and come on in. Thats one way of skinning the rabbit both ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 January 1940

I m The Citizens Journal (Founded 1879) J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher Entered at the postoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mail matter, Issued Thursday of each week—209 East Main Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Adance) State and Foreign: In Cass and Adjoining Counties. One Year $1.50 One Year $l 00 Six Months 1.00 Six Months .75 Three Months 65 Thr e Months 50 WR I G H T PAT M A N a :::: v.. jfifgr-ssir WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS — $20 A Month Will Pay tor a { sors. But there are 12 vacancies; New lloinc:— ! therefore, Mr. Roosevelt will have The Federal Housing Administra appointed a majority of the entire tion has made it possible for one who has saved $100 and can pay $20 a month, bo own his own home. The money will be furnished by private capital, either a building and loan association or a bank. The loans will be made up to $2500 and the houses will include a heating system, bath room and lawn. All construction will be rigidly sup...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 January 1940

THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1940 Queen City News Mr. unci Mrs. W. S. Draper visit- ed in Anti with Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wortham and son of Linden and W. P. Smith made a business tr}p to Waco Wed- nesday. There are a number of sick in our town. Many of whom are slightly ill and have to stay in from the severe cold and snow. Jewel Smith has been quite ill for some few days. Mrs. Berry Morris is improving after a week's illness. Henry Wilbanks, near Cass, is quite ill. Mrs. Hershal Jones visit- ed her father. Mit Smith had a heart attack last week, but is able to be up. We are mighty glad. Mrs. Roy Hockney visited her daughter Mrs. A. I. Tollison at Mc- Leod, who has been ill. Mrs. Sallie Holt, of Borger, has visited relatives in Texarkana, Queen City and Vivian for several weeks. She spent several days with Mrs. Chas Powell. Rev. and Mrs. Morris House were Sunday dinner guests in the Will Ross Powell home. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cabe of Tex- arkana, Mrs. L. F. Allday, Mrs....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 January 1940

riZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS S THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1940 \ DON'T BE SIUY.WU CAN T 60 WR0N6-1 HAVE NOTHING t! DEFINITE IN WlNOi-ANYTHING WILL DO--I'M VERY EASILY pleased/ JO u l<n« EM r. TO m tTH ms- r0AU6WTEBJ 8 .nn CALL THE DOCTOR! ^ \ YOUR FATHER KEEPS BEATING HIS HEAD /yr\ A6AINST THE ™ALL/ J. B. Rankin, i). T. Viard, M. A Harrell, Hupkes Springs. S. L. Pulli , Herman Foreman, J. C. Steffi -, W. V, Trammel, \V. N Carv/ile, Linuen. Miyirin Griffin, G. W. Hampton, L. 0. Barnes, Naples. . R. H. Poole, F. H. Mauldin, T. M Johnson, Avinger. H. G. Spurger, E. W. Duncan, of IV1 arietta M. G. Hughes, E. F. Childs, Clif- ford Perdue, L. A. Howe, Atlanta. E. L. Mears, C. M. Gro^nn, J. A I Wilbanks, Bivins. R. L. Draper, R. H. Philpot, Al- vin Hill, B. L. Clements, Queen City J. A. Zimmerman, Bryans Mill. Petit Jury, 4th Week, February 19 Fladge Smith, W. E. Draper, C. C. Bryant, Queen City; J. N. Whit- tington, A. T. Hamilton E. C. Dy- son Alonzo Morris, Linden; Jim Gholson, M. S. Ra...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 January 1940

THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1940 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA WRIGHT PAT MAN'S * WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS— I i> ii 4? Anti-Lynching Bill:— The so-called Anti-Lynching bill, has bobbed up in Congress for the past twenty years, wass passed in the House of Representatives by a vote of 252 for to 131 against. It now goes to the Senate where it is expected to be killed by a filibuster. It is generally believed that the proposal is for the sole and only purpose of catering to the negro vote. It is a case of trying to "out nigger" the negroes. It is true that in many Southern States the negro canivot vote in the Democra- tic Primaries, and all our laws for- bidding them the right to vote in the Democratic Primaries have been upheld by the Supreme Court of the United States. In practical- ly all of the other States they do exercise the right of suffrage in all Special and Primary elections and in all States they may vate at the General election. It is claimed that the negroes ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 January 1940

i JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1940 ady.qge and a member of the Bap iat .church. She was greatly loved trough her years of young woman mid anil now, so soon, she lias >>ne. She left a husband and two chil- rua, Jier son Roy, who is a stu- ent in Lubbock college and a augliter, EhSnita, a senior in the HI City High School and her lother, Mrs. Vaughan, of Atlanta, Our deep love and sympathy to he bereaved ones. Funeral ser- ices were at Salem, Wednesday, •eing conducted by Rev. J. P. Olive, i group from Queen City attended. r I teadSast Character /■ J/ rbj OBILITY OF MIND, does not change I wjtK winds of chance. Even though their incomes may be reduced, the stand- ards of conduct that distinguish some people are maintained through thick and thin^ \ ': " . , I . rVVj ANY FAMILIES that must spend ;ftl less today than formerly for funerals feel that they must.nevertheless, secure serv- ices of the highest character. We show them how to do so at prices they thenasel...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 January 1940

m mw-w< THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1940 House of David Basketball Team at Rutfines Jaru 25 M ^ held at Mr- Mor- at 2:80 p. m., .January /1th the Rev. J; G. Wil- Atlanta, officiating. In- waa in the Qethutuda ceme tery mdt r tiie direction pf4 the Hann< ^ Fumeral Sendee. UARl) OF THANHS , W 9 wish to aekrvowleg-.^iyith sin-] dthanks the kind expre«jioiw ii{ your sympathy. MR. L. O. RENEAU ROY AND ELEN1TA ALLTERS MRS. ROSALEE VAUGHAN rayon panties L r •**. \ I J When the House of David Basket ball team appears in the Huffines gymnasium to play the Cass Coun- ty All Stars, on January 25, at 8 p. m., fans who attend this game will see the World's Most Colorful Basketball Team in action, for these bearded beauties are consider ed the greatest handlers of a ball to ever grace any basketball court. The Davids play throughout the U. S. A., Mexico and Canada, play- ing all of the leading Ameteur, Semi-Professional and Professional clubs and each year they play over 200 games and their recor...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 January 1940

Institute of Life Insurance, he said are for the industry as a whole. HELP WANTED — Good t . : vVatkins route open now in At- ••Wta. No car or experience ne- CMsary; Watkins Company larg- ••t and best known and products easiest sold; usual earnings $20 to $85 a week. Write J. R. Wat- kin* Company, 70-90 W. Iowa Ave., Memphis, Tenn. itpd MEAL, HULLS, GRASS HAY, ALFALFA, CORN, MAIZE —at Peoples Gin, Atlanta. l-tfc 40 ACRE FARM—Section 19, town ship 18 South, Range 28 West, in Miller county, Ark. 2Va miles north of Bloomburg. House, 25 acres in cultivation, spring water $5.00 an acre for quick sale. O. W Lanier, New Boston, Texas. l-3tp POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS The Citizens Journal is author- ized to announce the following can- didates, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, July 27, 1940: /or State Senator: C. T. NEUGENT For Representative: WILL C. HORNSEY ANDREW JACKSON HOSS J. K. (JAKE) HILEMAN WALTER SCROGGINS WE BUY AND SELL — Second hand furniture. See Red Star Furniture...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 1 February 1940

■) o I • j I j < Complete News and Advertising Coverage for Atlanta ar.d Cass County Trade Area ! The Citizens Journal SIXTY-FIRST YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1940 lk Loyal to Atlanta! • Trade at Haste! • Sell at Home! • Buy at Home! NUMBER FOUR Schoen Addresses Rotary Club Paul W. Schoen of the Texas A. & M. College Forest Service, spoke before the Atlanta Rotary club last Thursday, explaining that the Tex- as forest organization was work- ing on the community forest pro- gram in East Texas and that help would be given to those communi- ties interested in developing such a forest. The forest expert pointed out that the project would provide an increased tax income for a commu- nity or county and could contribute to the support of some local enter- prise, the revenue being derived from a timber crop from a publicly operated forest. The demonstration value for At- lanta fanners was stressed by Mr. Schoen, who stated that many part- ly timbered farms...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 1 February 1940

t- THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1940 The Citizens Journal (Founded 1879) J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher Entered at the postoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mail matter, Issued Thursday of each week—209 East Main Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Adance) State and Foreign: In Cass and Adjoining Counties. One Year _...$1.50 One Year $1.00 Six Months 1.00 Six Months 75 Three Months 65 Thr«e Months 50 WRIGHT PAT MAN'S ^ / • WEEKLY NEWS LETTER — CONGRESSMAN — TEXAS — '"1 Appropriations for Agriculture:— The House of Representatives is now considering the Appropriation Bill, which includes appropriations for Agriculture. It will be recalled that parity payments for farmers are not included in this Bill. Farm leaders in the House are reluctant to make the fight in the House to restore this item believing that when the Bill goes to the Senate, this item will centainly be restored there and it will be much easier to get the House ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 1 February 1940

uWfOH'uQIfK'M9«" t ^ ' 4 ,1*.'" i"..;. '"v. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1940 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS ■ o "WEEN CITY NEWS Mrs. J. E. Ellington ator Kheppard on Liquor t the U. S. Senate, Mr. Shep- t's recent stirring speech needs .j re-echo through our states and counties. It was a master charge against the liquor traffic and «f the conclusion that failure contin- ues to be written across the path- way of repeal. Alarming develop- ments of 1939, was the nation-wide invasion of the drink joints in un- incorporated town and on our high- ways where no police protection is provided. Drinking conditions pro- vide lucrative business for the boot leggor. But the bootlegging that is more demoralizing than others, is the regular violations of law by he licensed liquor dealer. Mr. Sheppard continued: "Ameri ca's crime is a national disgrace, and intoxicating liquor is the great est single cause of crime. Since re peal, a wave of gambling has swept over America; the affinity between liqu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 1 February 1940

Enon Association Training Union The following is the program for the Assoeiational Training Union to be held at the Queen City Baptist church, on Friday, February 2. 7:30 p. m—Devotional, Clifford Hogue, Hloomburg. 7:45 p. m—Plans and Programs for our Church Work, Rev. L. L. Rurkhalter. 8:00 p. m.—Roll Call, Reports and announcements. 8:15 p. m.—Building a Sunday night Church Program, C. E. Dy- son, Linden. 8:30 p. m.—Special Music, Bloom- burg. 8:30 p. m.—The Holy Spirit Our Guide, Rev. P. F. Squyres, Adjourn. Atlanta P.-T. A. The Parent-Teachers Association met in a called meeting in the high school auditorium at 3:30 p. m. Wednesday, January 31. A demon- stration of a sound" motion picture machine by the Victor Corporation was presented before the Associa- tion. Mrs. Paul Allen presided at the meeting. Superintendent Smith suggested that the discussion of the motion picture machine be turned over to the project committee. The president approved of this sugges- tion. A discussion ...

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