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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 29 September 1905

* 8T * I ED. WILKINSON <& CO., I | LAND, LOAN, ABSTRACT and INSURANCE AGENCY. | ^ TTJE call the attention of the home-buying public to the list of lands below, assuring you that in this list can be ^ y-- found some of the very best homes in the famous Itasca Valley, and at very reasonable prices. Don't stand ^ ^ back on account of funds, remember that we are prepared to help you get a home, and not only will we help you get it, but will help you to pay for it. Some of the best fixed farmers in this section went in debt for their lands ^ ^ and made the land pay out You can do this too if you have the determination to do it. Remember that we can ^3 help you. If you own land already and want a loan see us for we are prepared to give you the very best service in ^ this line* We also make abstracts and adjust titles. We claim superiority in straightening up titles over anything ^ or anybody in this section of Hill county. We also represent 17 of the largest and best Fire Insurance...

Publication Title: Itasca Item, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 29 September 1905

'i M. S. WOOD REAL ESTATE, LOANS, and INSURANCE. I have a number of nice black land farms, and other lands for sale Can Get Quick |Loans on Easy ,at at <ji TERMS. at at ae Land Titles Perfected. Croaa Eyed Angrli. Near the village of Monterey. Mass.. in the heart of tliu BerkKhitvs, 011 a knoll peculiarly well ftiHliloiicil l>y u;: ture for lt« uttes, Ik a burying ground of the Revolutionary period which pus semes more than ordinary Interest by reason of Its well preserved headstones. These headstoues were cut from a na- tive stone which has endured the ele- ments so well for more than a hun- dred years that the inscriptions are now almost as easily read as they were when the stones were set iu position. A striking peculiarity is found iu the carvings on the headstones, apparent ly all the work of one sculptor, who had a specialty in the creation of cross eyed augels. Almost every one of the old headstones Is ornamented at the top with the head of an angel, and each augel face...

Publication Title: Itasca Item, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 29 September 1905

/ * i - ■, Mmmit Mail Order Department Use this department. It's for your especial benefit. We will take great pleasure in filling your orders, large or small. CHAS. F. GRAHAM & CO., THE PLACE MOST PEOPLE TRADE HILLSBORO, TEXAS. Fall Store News We are now mailing our Fall Store News—a 16 page booklet If you don't get one a postal will bring one by return mail. I Do Your Fall Trading at This Store. THE great advance in Cotton and Woolen Goods did not affect the purchasing power of the Graham Combination, Buying for eighteen large retail stores in the best towns in Texas, Oklahoma and Indian Territories puts us in a position to sell you goods of every description as cheap as last year, and in many instances cheaper, which no single handed merchant can do. Read this ad and the "Store News," which we will mail you in a few days, and you can readily see why it will pay you to make your Fall purchases of us. TV*«r lrc For everybody, the school X lUlllvo boy, the school girl, for men a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 29 September 1905

f* $ i | I ,/i I Its New We Have It If We Have It Its New MILLINERY Our Millinery Department has been this week a busy one in our store. We have the largest selection of LADIES', MISSES' and CHILDREN'S HATS ever shown in Itasca. All the New, Desirable and Up-to-day Headwear. Miss Scott is turning out new ones every day. Our prices positively the lowest ever made on really desirable mil- linery in the town. Come In and Visit Our Millinery Department. We do business on the idea that what is best for our customers is best for us. Those who do business with us will appreciate this in the low price we make on reliable merchandise SPECIAL for PUBLIC SCHOOL, PUPILS To introduce our superior school tablets, Monday we will give with each 5c tablet a good pencil, To all school students who mention this advertisement. MONDAY OINLY RIBBONS The largest assortment in Itasca. Stock on hand to show for itself. All kinks of Ribbons. Our ribbons are better and cheaper than ever shown in Itasca before...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 15 May 1913

University of T« 511* -fe M. S. WOOD Aity at Law-Notary Public THE ITASCA ITEM FIRE INSURANCE W. H. COFFMAN, A -oil. VOL. 26. ITASCA. HIl.L COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY. MAY 15. 1913. NO. 25 ' !*l R. w. COFFIN, Ass't Cashier H. j. BARTON Ass't. Cashier G. I. CARLISLE Ass'r. Cashier PAT E. HOOKS, CASHIER F. M. FILES President J. M. COFFIN, Vice-President. JNO. R. GRIFFIN, vice-president Of ITASCA, TEXAS Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $130,000.00 We Want Your Business DIRECTORS J. M. COFFIN T. J. FILES F. M. FILES PAT. E. HOOKS R. B. BROWN JOHN R. GRIFFIN MRS JULIA 0. McCORD MAY QUEEN FESTIVITIES ARE A GREAT SUCCESS Trades Day Brings a Great Crowd to the City and All are Given a Day of Great Pleasure. All of Itasca was robed in gala attire in honor of the May Queen and Trades Day Festivities last Monday. The glad hand was extended freely and sincerely to our visitors and they came in great throngs from every sur- rounding city and community. The day was perfect and the elaborately ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 15 May 1913

Particularly appropriate and timely offerings in wear- ables for the girl graduates and June Brides Pretty Lace and Lingerie Dresses, Embroideries, Laces and White Fabrics that appeal to good taste will be noted at economy of prices Interesting news from Womens and Misses Ready-to-wear Department. The continual appear- ance of something new in our Ready-to-wear Department keeps interest at fever heat. This great Department never stands still, the moment a new creation appears in the East facsimiles are expressed to us. Girls Wash Dresses Mothers should come and buy them by the dozens, for they are just the wash dresses for girls' outdoor summer wear; also styles for the little boy; a wonderfully clever bargain; plaid and checked ginghams; also stripes and solid; also colored linen; boys' styles With.white embroid- ered belt: girls', low neck plaited shirt; ages 2 to 6....59c Special Sale Girls' Dresses at 49c—A small lot of girls' white lawn dresses, slightly mussed and soiled from ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 15 May 1913

\ It Was Only for Moving Pictures but Passengers Thought it Real Thing. By FRANK FILSON. The journey across the desert is tot a distracting one, and any diver- liou is gladly welcomed, so that, when the flashily dressed man stood ap at the end of the Pullman and be- Can to address the passengers, every- lody went forward and gathered iround him, laughing and clapping. They thought he was going to offer something for sale. However, he had nothing to sell. He had a favor to ask, he said, and bo everybody became silent and listened ittentively. "Ladies and gentlemen," began the flashily dressed man, "I am going to repeat to you what I have just said to the passengers in the next coach. When we reach Bad Water, in ten minutes or so, a moving picture man will be upon the platform to take ome pictures representing a hold-up. Some of the performers, dressed .as bandits, will attack the mail car, while others will go through the coaches, de- manding your money and valuables. But please do n...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 15 May 1913

THE ITASCA ITEM PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. J. F. PARDUE, Owner and Publisher. Subscription $1.00 per year, in advance 'of fairness to all, for the best equipped man will win in the ex- amination. Better roads would mean much to Hill county and sentiment is growing for better roads. Batand at the post offloc at Itiaoa, Texas, tall matter of the seoond olaas. information to buhscbihkrh, All papers are discontinued at the expiration Of the tune paid for, unletts otherwise advised. Babaorlbers desiring the address of their pa- par ohanged will please state In their communl- * ion both the old and the new address. failure to reoelve the paper regularly should to* brought to the attention of the management. when sent by mall "The South is demanding po litical recognition by th.s admin istration: yes, she once demand ed recognition as a seperate gov- ernment."— Muncie (Ind.) Star. Political defeat has dealt the Indiana paper an embitterec blow as is evidenced by the fore- going thrust at th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 15 May 1913

T rimmed Half Marked Price THIS is the startling announcement we make for tomorrow and all this week. 1 Our extreme low prices made possible by our wholesale Millinery House in Dallas, and the wonderful values we have been able to offer has brought us a phenomenal business and we are bidding for a grand climax this week, by offering an entire stock of high-class, trimmed Millinery, the most artistic, the most stylish to be found in the city, none reserved. HALF MARKED PRICE 95c Hats on sale at 48c $1.45 Hals on sale at TIJc $1 .95 Hats on sale at 98c $3.50 Hats on sale at - $1.75 $5.00 " " 4 4 4 4 $2.50 $10.00 44 44 4 4 44 $5.00 $12.50 Hats on sale at $0.25 '$15.00 44 4 4 44 " $7.50 18.50 44 4 4 44 44 ....$9.25 And all prices in between will be sold the same wav-AII half price Come early and get the hat you have admired so much All Trimmed Hats Half Price GRAHAM COMPANY HILLSBORO, TEXAS All Trimmed Hats Half Price J Spectators Are Searched. Upon the orders of Judge Por- ter every pe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 15 May 1913

1 r«i II I f ¥ ii-i p '«■ r; P 1&€ ' ' i , ,*• * v ^vfcaC'1. ws 111 IS THIEFJH NIGHT Clever Ruse by Which the Only Frenoh Cook in Town Was Rescued. BY H. M. EGBERT. Lindsay's mentality was not devoid of an element of bumor In Its composi- tion, and the incongruity of bis mis- don appealed to this latent sense as he stepped quietly out of his house at alsht and looked back into the well-lit parlor. He saw bis wife seated in tier chair, reading as calmly as though lie bad gone out upon the most ordin- ary visit to some friend. She haraly raised ber eyes when he said good-by to her, yet there had been an emotion- al scene only that morning, and It was this that bad nerved Lindsay to his resolution. He could endure his wife's com- plaints no longer. He was resolved to put an end to them for ever. And be was going like a thief by night to •teal the most precious Jewel of Harkham's household. • "He bad fought down the impulse toward dishonor for many weeks. But ,now the time had come ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 15 May 1913

COUNTY SITE N£WS Furnished by the Item's special Hills- boro correspondent each week. District Court—New Cases Filed. Ona Lee Turpin vs. M K & T Ry Co. suit for damages. R H Burck vs. Bettie White, suit for debt and foreclosure. Cases Tried in District Court. State of Texas vs. Bob Rhea, acquitted. W W Renfro vs. T C Ry. Co., dismissed. A L Williams vs. W A Bass, dismissed. Thos. L. Weaver vs. T & B V Ry Co., damages, settled by com- promise. * J C Martfn vs. C B Jennings, judgment for plaintiff by agree- ment; suit to cancel contract and for possession. Trustees Elect Teachers. County Court—New Cases. G M Counts vs. J A Moore, suit on note. R M Williams vs. J H Reynolds suit for damages. Probate. Estate of Claud Odom minor, Mrs Minnie Odom guardian, ap- plication heard and granted, Wilbur Burnett, L A Nowlin and R B Maxey appointed appraisers. Fred Odom et al minors, ap- plication for guardianship, heard and granted, L D Odom guardi- an, J Surginer, Herar Eastland and J N B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 15 May 1913

ri $• / 7 A beautiful plot of Land Within from one to three blocks of the Itasca High School and from three to five blocks of the business center of Itasca, on a high level plat of ground on the north of town, in the Martin Suburbs, we are authorized to offer you on extension of streets, from one-fourth to 2 acre blocks of land at a very reasonable price. Don't you know that you ought, right now, to purchase one of these beau- tiful tracts otland while you can buy them at from 100 to J.50 pfer cent cheaper than you can buy lots in the town, similarly located. We are authorized to make good terms and you can buy you a lot or plot of ground with but little outlay and build on it when you get ready, and if you should finally decide not to build you can sell it in the next year or two at a hand- some profit. There are no more lots adjoining Itasca and never will be as favor- ably situated as these. This property is nearer the business part of town than any other addition on the east sid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 22 May 1913

\ "•< Untvorsih' nf Tpx pi 14 M. S. WOOD Ait/ at Law-Notary Public THE ITA5CA ITEM FIRE INSURANCE W. H. COFFMAN, A*cat VOL. 26. ITASCA, HILL COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY. MAY 22. 1913. NO. 26 F. M. FILES President J. M. COFFIN, Vice-President. JNO. R. GRIFFIN, vice-president. PAT E. HOOKS, Cashier R. W. COFFIN, Ass't Cashier H. J. BARTON Ass't. Cashier G. I. CARLISLE Ass't. Cashier The First National Bank Of ITASCA, TEXAS Capital, Surplus and Undivided Profits $130,000.00 We Want Your Business R. B. BROWN JOHN R. GRIFFIN DIRECTORS J. M. COFFIN T. J. FILES MRS JULIA O. MoCORD F. M. FILES PAT. E. HOOKS THE ITASCA PUBLIC SCHOOL CLOSES A VERY SUCCESSFUL TERM. Graduation Exercises at The High School Building Last Friday Night Are Interesting and Attended by a Big Crowd of its Friends. The Commencement exercises for Itasca High School took place at the public school build- ing last Friday night and the auditorium was crowded to ca- pacity. As is seen below the program consisted of musical n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 22 May 1913

J r f r * 1: 1 (OOPBWIOM v JMALI lines Jt/ssiTuLri So a mu/4/?D rmr d?i/£fsv - mjjs rzur// cook. "v/y> Mfi/oop ?rcwoR -iv. 5. wood .i eft, crcevrrs. w<r#r m ms&e. A p Mr a^S-frs £>xx ryesj -OLDEST OouPL£ % £ rfPfCTUKE SHW F>/ZETT}'~Cr//eL£ O/i PARADE M &OKGFOI/S G0WM O/VJtf flABOZG TE OA 7 y//////7A TSCF M-JLJTAR Y SCHOOL, <L&oyy OY ftt7Z1DE^> UOOLUHGW/tt 1 r ¥ 1% TXE PARADE FORKS KG JVZXJZ ITAdefi OZryj-OlLL. S^i?jY2>/3 Y~ nSIJ Wind Does Some Damage. During the flurry last Wednes- day evening a big wind and rain storm visited the Massey section of Hill county and did some dam- age there. The home of Mr. Douglass was blown down and other build- ings were damaged, though no injury to persons is reported. • The wind was strong at other points in the state. ( S. V. Adwell was in Ft. Worth Friday. r1 The Hillsboro Fire Department won the prize of $200 in the reel contest at the State Firemen's convention at Wichita Falls last week. The run of 450 feet, c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 22 May 1913

COUNTY SITE NEWS Furnished by the Item's special Hills- boro correspondent each week. District Court New cases have been filed as follows: The Reagan Bale Co vs I & G N Ry Co et al, suit for damages. The Reagan Bale Co vs G C & S F Ry Co et al, damages. Ex Parte John W Howard, re- moval of disabilities of minority. John S Sneed vs Eliza K Sneed, divorce. Mattie R Fennell vs Emma Fennell, suit to establish debt and vendor's lien on estate. Willie Lee vs Will Lee, divorce. Joe M Corridon and next friend, Elna Mae Corridon, vs the M K & T Ry Co, damages. Cases tried: Claud Webb vs T & B V Ry Co, $11,500 judgment for person- al injuries. E K McMahan vs L A Pardo et al, dismissed at cost of de- fendant. A P Moore et al, vs C E Rice et al, judgment for plaintiff. John W Young vs W G Grimes and wife, dismissed. First National Bank of Whit- ney vs J W Johnson et al. judg- ment for plaintiff. B B Cochran vs W N Cozzens, dismissed. J W Ross vs H Medford, suit to try title and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 22 May 1913

•• ij I ' if. *" bPV? s 5ft lz:% < . THE ITASCA ITEM PUBU8HBD EVERY THURSDAY. J. P. PARDUE, Owner and Publisher gabacription 91-00 per year, in advance BatSMd at the post office at Ituca, Texas, as atUattu I Mtter of the second class. INFORMATION TO 81'USCBIHEB*. aii Mnen are discontinued at the expiration tt (M tfill* paid for. unless otherwise advised. Babes fibers desiring the address of theit . Mrduced will please state In their com muni Mtioa both the old and the new address. Failure to receive the paper regularly should ll gioogbt to the attention of the management. Payment for the Item, when sent by mall about be by Postofflce Money Order or E*- ■MMMoney Order, or Exchange drawn on New York or other principal cities. When neither of Hmng be procured, send the money in a reg' I letter. ■peetaen copies sent free on application. itmaaters are authorised to receive sub- All poet n: •ortpoona. Triw—i Readers (In same type as ordinary news , per line, each issue 060 Texas fields...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 22 May 1913

A beautiful plot of Land Within from one to three blocks of the Itasca High School and from three to five blocks of the business center of Itasca, on a high level plat of ground on the north of town, in the Martin Suburbs, we are authorized to offer you on extension of streets, from one-fourth to 2 acre blocks of land at a very reasonable price. Don't you know that you ought, right now, to purchase one of these beau- tiful tracts of land while you can buy them at from 100 to J.50 per cent, cheaper than you can buy lots in the town, similarly located. We are authorized to make good terms and you can buy you a lot or plot of ground with but little outlay and build on it when you get ready, and if you should finally decide not to build you can sell it in ttie next year or two at a hand- some profit. There are no more lots adjoining Itasca and never will be as favor- ably situated as these. This property is nearer the business part of town than any other addition on the east side of the...

Publication Title: Itasca Item, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 22 May 1913

• ■ \ • 'v;?> • "~j -. -- 1 '- \> ^<:- c > • -> s>">s fill \ c / / v &f//?E sTAT/OA ^ FIRST dApjiST CHURCH -•■■ ■■■■•. ■■■■■■ 2-WW%< *' -1"^. ' lT£H,Cl£5 AfrE A/(/A*£*0(/S ^wmm ///A m,..: *#v '' '"' j SB -&oT?F#Tr7r?ZT77T Two &£S5V v5 T/Z&E T Sc PsSC S /a/ 7'7>=l,7r^l Boys Are Making Good 7 he following clipping in taken from a Hartford, Conn., paper and will be of interest to Itasca people on account of the mention of two Itasca boys who were reared here: The attendance at the meeting of Hartford nest, Fraternal Or- der of Orioles, Tuesday evening, waa very large. C. B. Arbogast of Columbus, Ohio, national or- ganizer, was present. The char- ter of Hartford nest will be open for ninety days under a special dispensation. Mr. Arbogast will canvass the city and endeavor to increase the membership to 1,000 He has just finished a ninety-day canvass in Ell wood, Ind., a small city, and increased the member- ship of the Ellwood nest to 600 member...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 22 May 1913

W- I *■ ITASCA, TEXAS THE DAY OF SERVICE Other things being equal, the merchant who gives the best service gets the most trade. We have the right goods at the right price. Our st re, the wide-awake, fastest gron ing Dry Goods Store in Hill County MILLINERY Our Millinery Buyery Bought Heavily This Year for a Big Mid-Season Millinery Sale SMITH'S ENTIRE STOCK OE TRIMMED MATS AT HALF PRICE ■ ■ 4 ■ You know what this means—genuine reduction—the one trade event that is annually waited for by thous- ands of discriminating women. Come early Monday and come expecting more for the money than you ever got before. You won't be disappointed. Newest Neckwear Bargains Monday Many hundreds of choice, dainty and pretty Neckwear Patterns for Women and Misses. Not in many seasons has an equal showing been made, not in years so fash- ionable as today. Jabots, Chemisettes; and Collars in all the leading choice fads. Some Monday Specials Here if? a special purchase of PLAUEN LACE COLLARS in so many diff...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 22 May 1913

\ h \ Watelsky Summer Sacrifice Sale Wonder Exciting! Money Raising Event! Beginning Saturday, Way 24th and lasting nntii Tuesday, June 3rd This is our semi-annual CLEARANCE SALE which we give in order to clean out all SUM- MER goods and make room for the unusually large stock we are buying for the coming season. BUT THIS SALE IS UNUSUAL for we are offering everything in the house at a sacrifice sev- eral WEEKS EARLIER than is customary in order to give you this merchandise in SEASON. THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY you don't have to wait until the SUMMER is over to get Seasonable, Saleable, Serviceable Merchandise at COST and LESS than COST. YOU PROFIT by our excellent facilities for buying the Right Merchandise at the RIGHT PRICES, and taking our CASH Discounts. ALL this value and profit will be given to all who are wise and attend this SUMMER SACRIFICE SALE. ■ We do not intend to carry over a DOLLAR'S WORTH of this Season's goods. Come in and look and you will appreciate the m,ghj^ybLjf...

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