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Page 21 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

18 T THE CITIZEN'S JOURNAL WW!BKWVVV\VVV\V\\V\WV\\\\\VV\VV\VN%V\V\\\VN\SWW WE CONGRATULATE THE CITIZENS JOURNAL ON THEIR FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY E BLOOMBURG, TEXAS, FOUNDED, 1895; WAS TERMINAL OF K. C. S. RAILWAY BLOOMBURG f STATE BANK f BLOOMBURG, TEXAS J ORGANIZED JANUARY, 1916 \ RESOURCES OVER ONE QUARTER J MILLION DOLLARS £ AN INSTITUTION I g That has served the Farmers of this territory for more than $ a Quarter of a Century. K It has always been our "MOTTO" to pay highest possible / prices for Cotton and Produce. In this way we have been $ able to buy the bulk of the Cotton each year where ever < we go. / Our Success as Merchants and Farmers is due to the lo.v- ( a!ty and confidence our Farmer Friends have placed in us. < We are grateful to our Friends for past patronage and would * appreciate your business in the future. We try to handle S the best Merchandise that money will buy and our Prices a are Right! > COME TO SEE US \ V. D. GLASS & SON THE STORE THAT GROWS B...

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Page 22 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

- ---\ FIFTY YEARS IN CASS COUNTY [21 8RDQ8IS8WHW h h it,'tfKitsftf Distinctive Features! Of the New Car Beautiful low lines. Remarkable acceleration. Choice of colors. Smoothness at all speeds--55 to 65 miles per hour. Fully enclosed silent six-brake system. New tranverse springs. Houdaille hydraulic shock absorbers. Triplex shatter-proof glass windshield. Economy of operation. Reliability and long life. Our very best wishes to the Citizens Journal on its 50th birthday, and may it be suc- cessful in its continued efforts of boosting for Atlanta and Cass County. Richey Motor Company Atlanta, Texas Lincoln Ford Fordson

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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

I'll 20 J THE CITIZENS JOURNAL E. A. COKER Bryans Mill, Texas DRY GOODS SHOES, NOTIONS CLOTHING FLOUR, FEED GROCERIES FERTILIZER FURNISHINGS AND FARM IMPLEMENTS COTTON BUYER uussrukiX. ~ s C.B. STRINGER Bryans Mill, Texas Dry Goods, Shoes, Notions, Hose, Hats and Caps, Work- Clothing Complete line sta- ple and fancy groceries We buy country produce We Welcome You BRYANS MILL WAS SETTLED IN 1873; POSTOFFICE ESTABLISHED IN 1875 Bryans Mill is located in the north- west part of Cass county, about twen- ty-three miles from Atlanta. The be- ginning of this place was in 1^73, when W. C. Bryan and W. S. Stewart built and operated a saw mill and in 1875 put in cotton gin. This same year they made application to government to establish a postoffice there. The applied for was Bryan-Stewart Mill, Texas, but as the first postmaster named was T. W. Stewart, the g--v- ernment named the place Bryans M il. The first store or business operated there was run by Whatley & lu ll. •' ing groceries a...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

FIFTY YEARS IN CASS COUNTY 23 B. F. ELLINGTON & COMPANY ESTABLISHED IN 1893 AS McCLUNG & ELLINGTON A .partnership between the late W. W. McClung and B. F. Ellington. John J. Ellington, Sr., joined the firm in the fall of 1898 and was made manager in 1899, and has continued in that capacity up to the present time. Mr. McClung retired from the firm and the name was changed to that of B. F. Ellington & Company, in 1900. THIS FIRM HAS BEEN IDENTIFIED WITH EVERY PROGRESSIVE MOVEMENT FOR THE BETTERMENT OF OUR CITY FOR THESE 34 YEARS. THEY CARRY LARGE STOCKS OF DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, HARDWARE AND FURNITURE, WAGONS, FEED, ETC. General Furnishing Business COTTON BUYERS WE EXTEND CONGRATULATION AND BEST WISHES TO THE CITIZENS JOURNAL ON ITS FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY B. F. ELLINGTON & COMPANY "THE STORE THAT SERVES YOU WELL" ATLANTA, — — — TEXAS A. A. Edwards, Atlanta, Texas EBENEZER FRAZIER, 89 YEARS OLD, OLDEST CITIZEN BORN IN COUNTY Ebenezer Frazier was born Oct. 9, 1840 on old Fri...

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Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

22 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL i THE CITIZENS JOURNAL FIFTY YEARS IN CASS COUNTY J. W. HARRELL, Publisher Entered at the Postoffice at Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mail matter. SUINSCRIPTION PRICES One Years Six Months Three Months (Strictly cash in advance) MEMBER TEXAS PRESS ASSOCIATION FIFTY YEARS AGO The late editor, John M. Fletcher, then county treasurer of Cass county, seeing the need of a democratic paper in the county, organized a stock com- pany composed of some twenty of the leading citizens in the democratic par- ty, bought small press and some type and established The Citizens Journal at Linden, Texas, and issued the first paper the last week in March, 1879. The paper was published in Linden till the fall of 1882, when it was mov- ed to Atlanta, Texas, and has been published continuously hem ever since. When the paper was moved to Atlan- ta, the democrats being then in full power in the county, the stockholders donated their stock to the editor, Mr. Fletcher, who directed t...

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Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

FIFTY YEARS IN CASS COUNTY QUALITY TIRES AND TUDES GAS AND OIL DRY, GOODS, NOTIONS, SHOES, WORK CLOTHING, GROCERIES, FLOUR, FEED, FERTILIZER LIGHT HARDWARE AND FARM IMPLEMENTS ON THE HIGHWAY—OPEN TILL 10 P. M. LET US SERVE YOU GILLEY'S SERVICE STATION PHONE 5 LADIES REST ROOM QUEEN CITY, TEXAS *XSS3RXSrW0«XXVV\\W\\\\\\\\\NWN\NNN\\\\\\\\N\\\\\\\\vV —J W.C.POWELL & SON f QUEEN CITY, TEXAS J DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, SHOES, CLOTHING, HATS, HARDWARE, FURNITURE, FLOUR. FEED, GROCERIES, GENERAL FURNISHING COTTON BUYERS WE CONGRATULATE THE CITIZENS JOURNAL ON THE COMPLETION OF ITS FIFTY YEARS OF SERVICE IN CASS COUNTY The hearts of the good people were then kindled with a fire that helped to drive them out from our county, state and nation. A big revival meet- ing was held in the hall by Rev. Reu- ben Sewell. Among the business firms follow- ing those named the first winter were E. R. Ray, J. H. Hutchison, A. Gold- man, Hilburn, Sam Smith and Crock- er, W. F. Matthews, later Matthews & H...

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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

24 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL 8 * C. M. POWELL GENERAL MERCHANT QUEEN CITY, TEXAS IT IS A PLEASURE FOR I S TO SERVE YOU WE HAVE COMPLETE STOCK OF DRY GOODS. CLOTH- ✓ ING. NOTION'S, SHOES. HATS AND ETC. J GROCERIES AND FEED < CONGRATULATIONS TO THL CITIZENS JOURNAL ON THEIR FIFTIETH ANNIVERSARY \\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\W\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\W\\S\\\V\ U\\\\\V\\\\\W\\\V\\\\\\\V\\\V\V\\\\\\\N\\\N\\N\W\\ GUARANTY BOND STATE BANK QUEEN CITY, TEXAS ESTABLISHED 1911 CAPITAL STOCK 815,000.00 2 / / A HOME BA\K FOR HOME PEOPLE '' + WE BANK ON YOU * YOU BANK WITH US \ — Officers and Directors — N. D. BAKER. President C. M. POWELL. Vice President ROY H. CLEMENTS, Cashier VILAS B. THAGGARD, Bookkeeper H. F. McWILLIAMS W. S. CLEMENTS D. W. GUYTON, Directors QIIEEN CITY WAS ORGANIZED IN 1876 FIRST STORES OPENED IN NOV, 1876 'ouvv 1 VVVV\%VVV\V\VV\\VVVVVV\VVV\\V\\\\\\\\\v\\\Nvvvx( By Mrs. J. Queen City joint stock company was organized in 1STO. Stockholders Jno. C. Hutchison, A. C. Smith, W. H. D. Hunt. C. ...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

FIFTY YEARS IN CASS COUNTY OLD MARRIED PEOPLE WHO HAVE CELEBRATED 50th ANNIVERSARY Shaddix's Married 55 Years Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Shaddix were married June 11th, 1874, and celebrat- ed their golden wedding anniversary, June 11th, 1924. Mr. Shaddix was born Oct. 21, 1853 and Mrs. Shaddix was born Oct. 3, 1858. Mr. and Mrs. Shaddix have lived in Cass county for sixty years and are JEWEL'SSHOP 1 IN ATLANTA Since 1899 I Giving Service and doing g first class Shoe Repairing, « Harness and Saddlery Work g Beginning with all hand s machinery and now have a; the latest machinery. Congratulation f TO THE Citizens Journal ON THEIR 50 YEARS OF SERVICE IN CASS COUNTY J. M. HUTCHINS Proprietor among our oldest and most respected citizens. Allday's Married 50 Years Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Allday of the New Colony community celebrated their golden wedding anniversary on December 30th, last. They have eight children living, all coming as a sur- prise to their parents for the first time in fifteen years. ...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

26 the citizens journal mvavvwwv \\A\VWtJMMOV\VV\V\V\VV\V\W QUEEN CITY DRUG COMPANY H. F. McWILLIAMS, Prop. A PLACE WHERE YOU ARE < ALWAYS WELCOME ================ £ ✓ A Full Line of j DRUGS AND SUNDRIES £ ✓ MEET YOUR FRIENDS HERE j 8 2 VKMSV\V\V\\\VVlVV\\\\V\XVV\VVVVVVVVVVkVV\\\\S\WW N. D. BAKER GIN CO. j ✓ MODERN 4-STAND MUNGER GIN 5 GOOD SERVICE AT ALL TIMES > SEED BUYERS * YOUR BUSINESS ALWAYS APPRECIATED J With high analysis Red Steer Fertilizers carrying the Swift / Certificate of Quality, you take no chances on quality. / Because that certificate means plant food from most produc- ' tive sources—Best Materials! Double Mixed, to assure easy J drilling, a proper share of plant food for each plant. Triple £ Tested to assure plant food in the right form, right amount. / Let me tell you more about high analysis Red Steer Fertili- / zers—how they save money. ' N. D. BAKER GIN COMPANY J Queen City, Texas { : «SVW\\\\\\\N\\\\VV\\\\\\\\%%\\WW\\\\\\\\N\\\\\\\\ ✓ / H. F. STANLEY I...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

Fifty years in cass county 23 THE PEOPLES GIN j GINNER AND SEED BUYER ATLANTA, TEXAS Latest improved high speed, loose roll, ball bearing, steel throughout, Murray Gin. High speed cleans your seed .... Loose roll gives you the sample. May we not expect a portion of your ginning the coining season? Thanks for the past patronage and an ap- preciation of the future. £ BROOK MAYS f & COMPANY ^ "THE RELIABLE PIANO HOUSE" We rent Pianos and let rental apply on pur- chase later on if desired. telephone 230 217 pine street Texarkana, U. S. A. • „ < FRED T. WILKES, Manager ^ JJHL *XJ«*SSXXX*X*VWk*VV\V*VVVVV**\\\V\VV\V\VVV\NVVVV\XVVV\^ STANDARD j PAINT COMPANY j WHOLESALE AND RETAIL \ f WALLPAPER — GLASS ROOFING — PAINT phone 206 204 e. broad street 2 Texarkana, Arkansas v J was cleared running north and south near this store, but through the in- fluence of Capt. P. R. Scott, when the Texas & Pacific bought out the inter- est of this company the road was built on its present locati...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

28 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL 1 i i i 'J RECOLLECTIONS OF EARLY ATLANTA Liberty Theatre ATLANTA, TEXAS Change of Pictures Daily Congratulations to the Citizens Journal On Its Fiftieth Anniversary CLIFFORD MINSHEW Manager g'gj& 3.S1W HWtK W Mag- By J. H. My father, Dr. R. L. McClung, mov- ed from Upshur county, to Atlanta, in 1877, at which time I was a leath- er lunged youngster just old enough to furnish "static" for the entire neighborhood. Though not born in Atlanta, for over fifty years it has been home to me and I might add that of the two hundivd and nineteen coun ties of Texas into which my work has carried me in recent years, Cass coun- ty is still my choice. The place my father bought when he came to Atlanta, was the block lying just east of where C. H. Hefner now lives. At that time it was cover- ed with forest trees, except a small clearing which had been made around the school house which stood on one of the lots of the block. In this school house was held the first public...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

FIFTY YEARS IN CASS COUNTY 31 - FROM OLD FILES OF THE JOURNAL March 11th, 1886 At this time Mr. Fletcher had W. P. Culberson assisting in the editorial work on the Journal. The passenger war between the railroads is warming up; fare from Los Angeles, Calif., to Kansas City, Mo., is down to $4.00. Tlie Fort Worth Gazette is not bust- ed yet, but is getting better all the time, last Sundays edition contained 20 pages. With the exception of the cold snap in January the winter here has been very mild. J. H. Thorn of Marietta, lias announced for county treasurer. A letter from Avinger says that town is on the boom. Maj. J. C. Bruce in company with an experienced en- gineer is making a survey for the Air Line Railroad from Longview to Tex- arkana via Avinger. Word received telling of the robbing Saturday night of the store and postoffice of Mrs. Avinger. Resolutions preamble offered by Eld. G. K. Williams, on the death of Mrs. Sarah Francis Duncan who died Sept. 19th, 1885. She had been a...

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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

30 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL iijfj Si m ! PUCKET'S GARAGE Gasoline, Oils, Auto Accessories Goodrich Silvertown Tires and Tubes Repairing Your patronage will be greatly appreciated. Let us serve you. P. H. THOMPSON J. A. PICKETT Managers BLOOMBL'liG, TEXAS < s BLOOMBURG MERCHANTS ARE A LIVE BUNCH, DOING A BIG BUSINESS There are some thirty-odd business firms in this thriving little city in the eastern part of Cass county, and they are all enjoying a good business and serving a large trade territory, inhab- ited by a progressive people. Bloomburg has several large busi- ness concerns, handling everything and also do a large furnishing busi- ness. A good will operated State Hank with over a quarter million dol- lars resources, two good gins, garages blacksmith shops, telephone exchange, railroad and express sen-ice, one of the largest marble and granite plants in all of East Texas, good hotel, fine churches and modern school plant. Those in business are: Bloomburg State Bank, capital and...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

tlPTY YEARS ilSf CASS COUNTY 89 Have You Ever Lived in a Community Where Natural Gas is Not the Universal Fuel? Note This Comparison Coal, Wood Smoke, Soot, Ashes Natural Gas . . Sunshine, Cleanliness, Convenience Furthermore If It's Done with HEAT You Can Do It Better with GAS Southern Cities Distributing Company

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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

I p.. 82 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL DAVIS & WARREN ATLANTA, TEXAS WELCOME YOU TO THEIR STORE WHEN IN NEED OK QUALITY DRY GOODS, LADIES AND MISSES READY- TO-WEAR, MILLINERY, MENS AND BOYS SUITS GROCERIES, FLOUR AND HARDWARE THEY CARRY FULL LINE OF J. I. ('ASK FARM IMPLEMENTS STALK CUTTERS, SECTION HARROWS, CULTIVATORS DISC HARROWS AND TURNING PLOWS YOL ARE ALWAYS WELCOME TO £ 'The Store on the Most Convenient Corner" j (VWVW\\\N\\\S\VNNNVSNXSN\NXNVNNVNVVNVVSNVVVVNXVVV\NNJ NASH - • I PRESENTS TIIE f "FOUR HUNDRED"SERIES WITH ROYAL AND REGAL EQUIPMENT 7-Bearing Crankshaft, Twin Ignition Motor, ranging in price from $885.00 to $2340,00 f. o. b. Factory You have a personal assurance from Mr. Nash himself, that it is safe to order now because for many months to come there will be no change in either the appearance or the mechanism of the "400" Series. TEXARKANA NASH COMPANY H. P. STEPHENS, President 619 TEXAS AVENUE PHONE 1199 Texarkana, U. S. A. First Methodist Church. Atlanta Citizens Jou...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

FIFTY YEARS IN CASS COUNTY A FLOUR THAT IS A REAL ASSET TO THE MERCHANT—ATRADE BUILDER CONSISTENTLY GOOD SHAWNEE MILLING CO. SOU) BY LEADING GROCERS — Distributed by — ATLANTA WHOLESALE GROCER CO. ATLANTA, TEXAS JEFFERSON, TEXAS — — VIVIAN, LOUISIANA VV\\\\\\XX\N\\.\\\\\V\.<«V \\\>\\\\\VV\V\VVX\\V\X\N\\\>\ \\NW\\\\V\' S\\>\\\\\\\V\>WXVVVVV\\\\VV\N\NS.S'>. COMPLIMENTS OF AN OLD FRIEND TO THE CITIZENS JOURNAL ON REACHING THEIR 50th MILESTONE OF CONTINUOUS SERVICE TO THEIR TOWN, COUNTY AND CITIZENSHIP. MAY ITS EFFORTS OF PROGRESS BE SUCCESSFUL IN THE YEARS TO COME. FRIENDS First Hrit'k School Building Built in Atlanta, in 1893-91 T. J. FOSTER, BORN HOLCOME BLUFF, CASS COUNTY TEXAS, IN YEAR 1847 T. J. Foster, Hughes Springs, was bom in Cass county in 1817 at Hol- come Hluff. Moved with his parents to Jefferson in 1850, and back to Cass county in 1852, settling at Linden. His father having the contract to build the first courthouse, there be- ing no saw mills in the cou...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

—Tk FIFTY YEARS IN CASS COUNTY iTAYLOR & ALLEN ; THE QUALITY STOKE NUNN-BUSH SHOES FOli MEN CURLEE CLOTHES, STETSON HATS FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN VAN HAUSEN COLLARITE SHIRTS FOR MEN STAR BRAND SHOES FOR EVERY THE FAMILY MEMBER OF DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, LADIES READY-TO-WEAR, MILLINERY, PIECE GOODS Linden, Texas < V**%**VWk\X\V\\\\\\\\\SSN\\\\\S\\\\\> WWWSWSSWSW 5 I D. H. NELSON GENERAL MERCHANDISE 2 cd about six months. Dr. Ligon came as the first physi- cian while Dr. Phillips came soon after and erected a building for the first drug store. Dr. Phillips owned and operated the first drug store. Adam Sheffield built a small log house and opened the first saloon. The count- ers were made of slab boards and he served his drinks in tin cups, sweet- ened with brown sugar and stirred with little wooden paddles. The first newspaper was edited by H. F. O'Neal about 1858 and was call- ed the Linden Times. Ben Hines was the first printer while Bill Murray was known as the Printers Devil. A...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

r«. if* THF CTTCENS JOOJXAI XV\VV\\\\VVV\\VV\VVVVVV\\VVVV\ XSV\SV\\\\\\\\V v TRADE WITH THE LOWE STORE AND SAVE THE DIFFERENCE FOR On Quality. St>le and Service THLRtrS A O PLACE LOWER THAX LOU TS Linden. — — — — — — Texa? A SQUARE DEAL FOR EVERYONE DAVIS DRUG CO. Linden. — — — Texa s FORI) DRl'G CO. * HTit re you urill find a complete line of pari i Drua>. Druaqist Sundries* l\rfunn l> - * 5 lit Article?, ioiii Drinks, Cigars, (audit-. ' VISIT I S WHEN IN LINDEN. TEW- HI MPHKEV MERCANTILE COMPANY DEY GOODS* NOTIONS. SHOES. HATS. CAPS. LAMES BEAT-V-TO-ttXAE. MTN-S AXI« BOYS FIXH.~?_ FEET'. HAT ANT' GEOCZF.IZi n ( Buy What You Hare to Sell and StII What You Hal t to Buy Yoo Are Alwavs Welcome Ht-re — PHONr. Ti — Linden. — Texas ^VVVVVVVWVVVVVX ( asset a Public School Ihnlding LINDEN TOWN SITE SELECTED IN 1S52 FIRST COURT HELD IN LINDEN IN 1855 By T. J. F vi wa, born May 11th, 1847 . t> at Hawkins Bluff « r k ••!. I!-- moved with his : Jeff*'/ in 18a0 where he 1- ■'! when ...

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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

FIFTY YEARS IN CASS COUNTY TAYLOR & ALLEN THE QUALITY STORK NUNN-BUSH SHOES FOR MEN CURLEE CLOTHES, STETSON HATS FOR MEN AND YOUNG MEN VAN HAUSEN COLLAR1TE SHIRTS FOR MEN STAR BRAND SHOES FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILY DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, LADIES READY-TO-WEAR, MILLINERY, 1'IKCK GOODS Linden, Texas < V*XV*VV*%**V\%XV\V\\\S\\\\\\N\\\S\\\\\S\V \\S\\S\W\\N D. H. NELSO GENERAL MERCHANDISE The Best !n Groceries and Feed Stuff Fruits and Candies Linden, — — — — — — Texas VWIW\*V*WV\\V\N\\\ Do you know that the title to your home is clear? Have your abstract made and title made clear by— CASS COUNTY LAND & ABSTRACT CO. L. L. HARPER, Mgr. Linden, Texas cd about six months. I)r. Ligon camc as the first physi- cian while Dr. Phillips came soon after and erected a building for the first drug store. Dr. Phillips owned and operated the first drug store. Adam Sheffield built a small log house and opened the first saloon. The count- ers were made of slab boards and he served his drinks i...

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