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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 March 1938

VTA FIFTY-NJNTH YEAR Citizens journal ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TEXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1938 NUMBER ELEVEN ALONG THE WAY — BY US — Regardless of how much the gov- ernment will help, the cow, sow and hen will still solve the prob- lem. *** How wonderful, we Americans think we are, but if we were to lose our ego, there would not be very much left. Most of our PTt>thing an(| what we eat was first used in for- eign lands, much of it as far back as the fifteenth century. Really we are not much more than copy-cats some «f which are from heathern nations. *** What a change in 40 years. We can remember back in 1896 the leading plank in the third or Peo- ple's platform was "a forty acre farm and a mule for every fann- er." The idea caused many a laugh Hut last week the government went that idea three better when Sena- tor Tom Connally delivered a gov- ernment check for six thousand dollars to Mr. and Mrs. Clark of Van '/ant County to purchase them a 141 acre farm and necessary live- stock ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 March 1938

Bethlehem News This week end is our regular preaching date. Lets each and every one be present for the services. Suttday dinner guests in the Joe Hammock home were, Mr. T. J. Fuller, Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Doss and daughter, Naples, Jim Ham- mock and Mr. and Mrs. Chad Par- tain and baby. Mr. Fuller remained over for a longer visit. Miss Una Bushart, Commerce, visited Mrs. Carl Wilson Friday night and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hammock are moving to Linden this week. We are sorry to lose them. Mrs. Ham- mock is employed in the Linden High School library. They were Sunday dinner guests of Misses Iris Earl and Jessie Smith of Lin- den. A. D. McBurnett and family visited his parents Sunday after- noon. Mrs. D. A. O'Rear spent Monday afternoon with Miss Lora O'Rear. Mrs. R. E. Sexton and children spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs Era Wyatt. Mr. and Mrs. Orvis Blankenship and daughter, Mrs. M. A. Ham- mock and Geraldean Partain were Sunday visitors in the W. T. Ham- mock home. Several from h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 March 1938

THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS > I i il o I Queen City News B.Y.P.U. Social On Friday evening the Senior B. Y. P. U. had a very enjoyable time at a fish supper. Owing to bad weather it was given in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Luttrell. Twenty seniors were present. Rev. and Mrs. C. T. Hatchel and daugh- ter Myria Carro 1 were special guests. Home Ec Picnic Frances Baird and Home Ec class enjoyed an all day picnic in Atlanta park Saturday. A group extended the day with a picture show party. This Week Subscriptions Mrs. Perry Thomas, Queen City Route 2. We appreciate a new subscriber. WATER PROOFING OIL! For Boots and Shoes, makes them wear better and longer All kinds of laces, 18 to 108 inches long— Jewel's Shoe Shop Indeed pleased to have the Percy Thomas family in our town. They have purchased the Bill Houston place and are improving it great- ly. Mr. Thomas is a rig builder and they say "are settled in Queen City for life." In Methodist Pulpit R...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 March 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS P O! s F a n t) « r B r a r I £ 1 < THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1038 Surprise Party For Mrs. Norman Lee A beautiful planned surprise par- ty and shower was given in honor of Mrs. Norman Lee who is moving to Vivian, La. Miss Lee very graciously thank- ed her friends for the beautiful gifts received. The color scheme of St. Patrick's day, green and white was carried out. Those enjoying the occasion were: Mrs. L. R. Mc- Duff, Mrs. J. S. Sharrer, Mrs. Leon Blakey, Mrs. C. F. Perdue, Mrs. Edward Blakey, Mrs. Virgie Por- ter, Mrs. Killiam, Mrs. Judie Hol- bert, Mrs. B. F. Stroud, Mrs. N. C. Lee, Miss Maggie Lee Willis, Doris Fay Lee, Edith Robinson, Mary Joyce Perdue, Ruth Carnii- chael and the hostesses Mrs. R. A. Simpson, Mrs. H. Carmichael and Mrs. Alma Willis. Those sending gifts were Mrs. Annie Bates, Mrs. Stoldts, Mrs. H. T. Ward, Mrs. A. N. Dodd, Mrs. Pete Kilgore. Bride Honored Honoring Miss Cecil Green, for- merly Miss Mary Allday of Shreve- port M...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 March 1938

) THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1938 •UNTJV TSTiJB -f... i.,,— . * . .. THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS No. 1053 Official Statement of Financial Condition of the BLOOMBURG STATE BANK at Bloomburg, State of Texas, at the close of business on the 7th day of March, 11)38, published in the Citizens Journal, a newspaper printed and published at Atlanta, State of Texas, on the 23 day of March, 1938. RESOURCES Loans and discounts, on personal or collateral security $ §5,158.86 Overdrafts 226.20 Securities of u. s., any State or political suDdiv- ision thereof 77,131,32 Banking House 4,000.00 Furniture and Fixtures.. 3,000.00 Real Estate owned, oth- er than banking house.. 9,331.50 Cash and due from ap- proved reserve agents.... 39,441.85 Other Resources: Farm Implements 1-25 total $188,290.98 liabilities Capital Stock $25,000.00 Income Deben- tures sold $25,000.00 Total Capital Structure $ 50 Surplus Fund 1 Undivided Profits, net. .. 1 Individual deposits sub- ject to check, including time depo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 March 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS $:f- p •01 H Fr at r ts o* vi aj) n a n t S I d i Piney Grove News We had a little of the Lord's power shown to us here at home Saturday morning. What a storm struck the church and blew it off the block and damaged it a great deal. Also tore down Dewey Gillis- pie's barn and blew down some trees. Everyone remember next Satur- day night and Sunday is our regu- lar preaching day. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stanford and baby of Shreveport spent Saturday night in Mrs. Ida Burson home. Miss Lucy Lockhart of Kildare and sister Mrs. Dunna and daugh- ter of Houston spent Monday nite with Mrs. Clifford Boland. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Richardson were Tues- day visitors. Mrs. A. D. Lummus and children of Linden; Mrs. Howard Chesser and sons, Union Chapel, spent Tues day in Draper home. They, with Mrs. Draper spent a few hours in afternon with Mrs Eargle in Queen City. We are glad to learn all who have the measles are better and all the others ill also. Mr. and Mrs. Roy ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 March 1938

m1* 4 4aoo VtrTA? THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS At THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLAN< 0 if 2 H forest Hill News e had a pretty good bunch out reaching Sunday and Bro. Wil- s sure brought us a fine ser- . We also had fine preaching ( Thursday night to Sunday it, Brothers Walla, Helms, Ven- >le, Gilmore and Grady Thomp- being with us tnd all brought iderful messages. fe didn't have Sunday School lets all be on time and have &Y THE DIAMOND SHOP A complete stock of all na- tionally advertised jewelry Elgin, Hamilton and Bulova Watches Expert Watch and Jewelry Repairing In Marie's Ready to Wear Main Street — Atlanta The Citizens Journal J. W. H ARRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) tred at the postoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mail matter, id Thursday of each week—209 East Main Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Advance) Cass and Adjoining Counties. State aid Foreign: Year $L0O One Year $1.50 Months .7$ Si* Months 1.00 se Months — 60 Three Mo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 March 1938

P* OI H F- ai rn ta 01 vl ni ir a: tt B S Id * n UBSDAY, MARCH 84, 1888 ' v :■ TBas omiasNi journal, atlanta ^ JOUBNAL^ATLAJStTA, TEXAS^ McLEOD SC Edited by MAKE REAL CHILI oie-cLcod High Sdiool Reoommond- tre« for Affiliation ^Tuesday, March IB, Mr. 8. B. dayilypepper Jr., Deputy State Sup- iar intendent made a formal visit to j!/p McLeod High School. This visit babi1* for the purpose of observing nig^d checking the work, physica wt-up, organization etc., for affili and — ter with Mrs. day M: andW* FIAVOPEQ DELlCIOUi -ur/t£*L. after T7" r '11™ City, W< have all tl Mi Smyi Mr. i Mr OletaJ! Sundi Mrs. Chapi Ma Grove !: CHILI POWDfin Mr. a| baby Mr. , ; Evelyn Barber, Eva ir. nth grade: Louella Parrish, ce Peacock, Merle McLeod. ghth grade: Norma Lee Jones, jcth grade: Anne Humphrey, iene Francis, Catnerine Talk- on. Cent of Attendance Sixth Grade ome Room Attendance 90.8 94. 94 92 93 93.6 YOU USE FAMOUS SEASON IN- th Grade News "he sixth grade wishes to com- nent Catherine Talking...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 March 1938

I o H w H N M w cc N H W CO s-r IC ANT\ ) ipression lil! still be lily Norge Ipowered }sor thai [evolving lot bath of ■hat's why Ission anil Norge ;:: (Warranty; «. r T. orr. Denioon Dam The Artny Engineers have rec- ommended to Congress the con- struction of a Dam on Red River near Denison, Texas. Their recom- mendation will be included in an Omnibus Flood Control Bill which will soon be introduced. This Dam is recommended for both flood con- trol and power. It will cost $54,- 000,000; will require about 4 1-2 years to complete, and the work will commence as soon as the ap- propriation is made. Power may be furnished from this Dam anywhere within a radius of 250 miles and it is estimated that the people in that area will bes aved $25,000,000 year on electric current. Elec- Iricity is one of mankind's great- est blessings. This low priced pow- er will take much of the durdgery off the farmer and many of the back-breaking duties off the house- wife. Valuable land in Red River Valley ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 March 1938

Ire, Atl w BBiBCr'.#4r 5® THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS J if 10 I® 1 ml Wayne Morris boxing sensation of "Kid Gallahad" re- turns with June Travis and Barton McLane in "THE KID COMES BACK" showing Thursday and Friday, March 24-25. m If It's a Hit—You'll See It In Atlanta! TEXAN THEATRE Last Times Today—Thursday March 24 WALLACE BEERY IN "Bad Man at Brimstone" With Dennis O'Keefe and Virgina Bruce FRIDAY FAMILY DAY March 25 Laurel and Hardy in "Way Out West" STATE THE AT ft E THURK.-FRIDAY March 24-25 SATURDAY DOUBLE FEA. March 26 "All American Sweetheart" With Patricia Fai r 'Arizona Gunfighters' With Cob Steele Preview 11 P. M. Saturday " THE SHADOW " with ( has. Quigley and Rita Hayworth ~ "SUN D AY—MON DAY March 27-28 KATHARINE HEPBURN BETWEEN TWO BOSOM PALS! e*0Wi£j W&mmL SATURDAY-SUNDAY March 26-27 Thrills ol the South Seas! Adventuie In the High C's! CHARLIE RU66LES ft.K.o TUESDAY, MARCH 29 "Under Suspicion" With Jack Holt WEDNESDAY-THURSDAY^ March 30-31 ELECTED QUE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 March 1938

' ",/;* ,ANTA. TEXAS Citizens Journal fifty- — -n)/n\ YEAR ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TKXAS, THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1938 NUMBER twelve CANNING PLANT NAMES DIRECTORS ALONG THE WAY — BY US — I > H While too many of our people are still out of employment in the |j regular channels, we do not hear v of much complaint about being un- derfed or unclothed. We are still quite young but can remember well as a boy when most people and es- pecially the farmers of this section were glad to get biscuits every Sunday morning for breakfast and only wore shoes on Sunday when they went to see their best girls. Some depression—yet they believed in America. * * * While spring seems to be here, you had better not be too hasty in changing your heavies, until about Easter. Exchange of crooks. Many petty crooks and vagabonds when arrest- ed by officers are given their choice of moving on or going to I , jail. This method gets nowhere in correcting law violations. Only ag- gravates it. For when one erook clears...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 March 1938

■ ' ' i v v '• ' ' V' #v.-Vj1 -:,.v THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, MARCH 81, 1938 News We didiit have any Sunday ! School Sunday due t>o the bad wea- ther and not but a few out at sing- ing Sunday night, but we hope the ■weather will be pretty and we will have a big bunch next Sunday. Little Mozelle Health is spend- ing a few days with her aunt Mrs Stella Farmer. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Health spent Sunday in the Elsie Turner home. Visitors in Mrs. Vernice Meggs home Monday evening were: Mrs. VZW FEED SJAKItHX and see the Difference! For Sale By Long Poultry Farm 619 E. Hiram Atlanta, Tex. W. V. Thompson and Edna, Mrs. Pauline Fore and two children, Mr. Weaver, Thelia and Rena Land. Mr. Weaver is spending a few days with his daughter Mrs. Hay- nes and granddaughters. It was a great day with Mrs. Pearl Waddell Friday as she had all her children home with her. Those visiting Mrs. Jim Land and girls Thursday were Mrs. Howard Gardner and four children, Mrs. W. V. Thompson ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 March 1938

THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1938 I.ANTA. TEXAS THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS © < i) .1 I I I A MIGHTY DRIVE FOR SPRING SHOE SALES! NURSES OXFORDS That You Would Expect To Pay Not Less Than $3.00 for! Good Steel Arch Support. Meta Tarsal Pad. Raised and padded counter. Black or white kid. Just 8 New Fleeced TOPPERS Pastel Colors. Sizes 14 to 20 $2.88 the pair $1.98 MEN'S DRESS SOCKS Good Patterns in Fancy Rayon 6c pair Men! You Can Still Buy A Good Looking Pair of Dress Oxfords for SI .98 The PAIR Good Oak Tan Leather Soles, lllack or Brown. Nicely Styled New Spring Ties, Pumps, and Oxfords for Women High Throated styles in a variety of patterns that would flatter $5.00 shoes. Patent, calf and gaberdines. And the popular new Coppertone color. Also black, blue, beige or white. Sizes to 0. Widths to AAA. the pair $2.98 Women's Rayon PANTIES A variety of styles to chose frifm IQc each ONLY 15 GENUINE IMPORTED ITALIAN BED SPREADS Heavily embroidered in rayon. A $3.00 value ¥1.68 Servic...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 March 1938

N. P. Heath Elected To Board of Co. THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, MARCH 81, 1938 mmSSmM CUT RATE AND Q. & P. STORES Rath Black Hawk BACON lb. 36c DRESSED HENS lb 2lc DRY SALT JOWLS lb 13c Wis. No. 1 Cream Cheese lb. 23c HAMBURGER MEAT lb 15c PICNIC HAMS lb 19c Blue Bonnet Margarine lb 19c ROUND STEAK lb 35c LOIN STEAK lb 30c T-BONE STEAK lb 33c BEEF RIB STEW CHUCK ROAST CHUCKSTEAK CURED HAMS Half or Whole SPARE RIBS lb 15c lb 18c lb 21c lb 26c lb. 18c M M Fi At] | mJ son niil Sul Fi{ > 4 EH N. p. Heath power superintend- ent of the Southwestern Gas and Electric company, was elected to the board of directors at a meet- ing held today, according to an announcement by A. Lieberman, president of the company. Mr. Heath was elected to the board of directors to fill a vacancy created when R. M. Winsborough resigned from the company recent- ly to accept a position in Chicago. Mr. Heath began his career in the utility business in 11)14 when he was employed by the Sout...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 March 1938

fmr rrm.v.K* auini] I'XNTA. TEXAS t r !> • ♦!> THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Miss Mary Margaret McKinnon to Wed Fried Manning Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McKinnon, Atlanta, Texas, announce the en- gagement of their (laughter, Mary Margaret, to Mr. Fried Manning, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Man- ning of Henderson. The marriage will take place Sunday morning, April tenth at the First Methodist church, Atlanta. * 4 Miss Tommye Gray Weds I). E. Dowd Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gray of Trees, La., announce the marriage of their daughter Tommye Doris to Donald Elbert Dowd, son of the Ilev. and Mrs. LeRoy W. Dowd of Little Rock, Ark. The ceremony was held March 21 at the Trinity Cathedral in Little Rock at 10:30 oclock. A lovely sen- timent was observed that that date was the anniversary of the mar- riage of the brides parents, and at the church in which the bride- grooms parents were married 31 years ago. The Rev. John Williams dean of the Cathedral, and the Rev. Mr. D...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 March 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1988 Qneen City News Honor ltoll Dr. J. C. Strawn, Lyford, Texas. Stjr i H FOR RENT: Two apartments, large well furnished rooms. Water, lights, gas, bath and garage. East side Queen City. Mrs. J. E. Elling- ton. tf . 1 Easter Play s Evelyn Powell will direct an Eas- ter play to be presented by the Epworth League. It is a beautiful thing entitled "The Seekers." We are assured it wiH be well present- ed. The Union League will meet in Queen City Thursday night, April 21. Our young people are eagerly preparing for that occasion. escape if we neglect so great sal- vation." Heb. 2:3. The peril of neglect can be traced thruufl-h all history of man, and tragedies mark his way, because of this neglect. Negl* ct in the home often results in the jdownfall youth. Tremen- dous issues are at stake; our own salvation and the salvation of oth- ers. None liveth to himself. We are responsible for our influence. The tragedy of lost souls, loss o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 March 1938

THE CITTZRMU JOURNAL, , . — — z7I. fA, TEXAS I H The Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) ad at the poatoffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mail matter, Thursday of each week—209 East Main Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Advance) ass and Adjoining Counties. State aid Foreign: fear $1.00 One Year — - $1.50 onths 75 Six Months 100 Months ..._ 60 Three Months —. .65 ekly Absentee t of A. H. S. dnestlay, March 23: Cather- aker, Dallas Crutcher, Durelle , Bernard Cobb, Louise Chat- Katherine Echols, Annetta Berry Frost, Ruth Gildon, Sufferers of omach ulcers 'hyperacidity EFINITE RELIEF OR MONEY BACK HK WIIXARD TREATMENT has ■ought prompt, definite relief In lousands of cases of Stomach and uodennl Ulc«rt. due to Hyperaeld- y, and other forma of Stomach lHs- mj due to Excess Add. SOLD ON I DAYS TRIAL. For complete ln- mnatinn. read "Wlllard' Mettag# I VUlUf.'t Aak for IV—!r# — at \lexander-Hughes Drug Co. lomburg Drug Co., Bloombur...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 March 1938

* 1988 UftSDAY, MARCH 81, j «s • v i McLEOD SCHOOL NEWS Edited by Lois Lusby SEVENTH GRADE NEWS The seventh grade is progressing sk>wly, but several of our members lacked only one or two subjects getting on the honor roll last month. We are sorry to report that Ben Mosher is leaving us. We hope that he will like his future home and school, and will find success in his work. This Ad Paid for by a Friend If you are sick, ailing and want to get well but can't, don't give up. Go many miles day or night to DR. J. F. KING, Ciropractor Home office: South Side Linden Highway, 3 miles west of At- lanta, Tex. See sign. House calls made. fat TILE wotl OF ALL KINDS R. B. HARTSHORN Tile Contractor Phone 2809 903 Beech— Texarkana, Our percentage of attendance has been very good. We are going to try to have an eveh higher per- centage of attendance next month. Three of our seventh grade boys Happy Johnston, Horace Barnes and Jack Bowman are going tx> enter the county meet in track. We hope t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 March 1938

sr tie an- *1' THURSDAY, MARCH 81, 1938 ATLANTA HIGH SCHOOL NEWS Editors: Myrtice Riley and Betty Jo Hogan Safety Patrol Forty students of Atlanta, select- ed by their leadership, character, personality and scholarship and aid- ed by the local Rotary club, have formed the Safety Patrol, an or- ganization for promoting safety. This organization will direct traf- fic around the school and endeavor to solve the traffic problem. . The boy's club will be sponsored jointly by the State eDpartment of Safety and the local Rotary club. The Rotary will furnish part of the equipment. The equipment will consist of a white Sam Browne belt, flags, helmet, and a badge. They will receive a commission from the Department of Safety at Austin. Rotary members will serve as directors of safety. The boys will have no authority to arrest. They will take license numbers and the name of the of- fender will be sent a notice re- questing cooperation. The sixth, seventh, and eighth grade patrole- men were sele...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 March 1938

m— ii mm .'iiiUMiiiiwwiW - ray THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1988 At Rotary :- "■•'&'£• 5 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS H. H. Ramsey made a splendid talk at Rotary luncheon Thursday noon, giving us much information on the City Water system. Bonds were voted the amount of $25,000 in 1909 and the first section of the present water system was built in 1909-10 which has been added to from time to time to keep pace with the growth of tne city. Our present water supply is furnished by two deep wells, one of which was dug when the system was first inaugurated and gave fine service the flower mart Next Door to Atlanta Hotel POT PLANTS CUT FLOWERS DESIGNS Phone 260 Atlanta, Tex. Constipated? "For 30 years I had constipation, awful gas bloating, headaches and back pains. Adlcrika helped right away. .Now, I eat sausage, bananas, pie, anything I want.; Never felt better." Mrs. Mnhel Schott. and the purest of water until in 1936 wh<to it failed to flow. This causing the second well to be dug...

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