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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 August 1938

i.■jii-.Sjfc h THURSDAY, AUG. 25, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS Jewel Hutchins returned home Friday after two weeks visit with his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Rosser and grandchild, in Washing- ton, D. C., stopping on the return trip at Lookout Mountain; Dr. Kin- chelo's in Tennessee; Birmingham, Delhi, Alexandria,"La., and other points with friends and relatives. Mrs. J. E. Manning and little niece Barbara Greene left Saturday for Dallas to join E. C. Manning and family on an auto trip to Cali- fornia for next three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Martin and daughters, Dallas, spent last week here guests of relatives. J. B. Little, Delbert Tolleson, A. J. Squyres, Edgar Waites, Dan Har din of Huffines school board and A. O. Brabham were in Dallas Sat- urday on business. Mrs. J. C. Bishop and children are visiting here with her parents, i Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Riley. Mrs. M. the flower mart Next Door to Atlanta Hotel POT PLANTS CUT FLOWERS DESIGNS phone 260 Atlanta, Tex. I O S. D...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 August 1938

mr li,—.— r HE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA, TEXAS .THURSDAY, AUG. 25, 1988 ♦ The Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) 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 Advance) In Cass and Adjoining Counties. State aid Foreign: One Year $1.00 One Year $1.50 Six Months 75 Six Months 100 Three Months 50 Three Months 65 52 Rats--Not a Scream K1LDARE Mrs. C. M. Nelson Rev. Howard Mann, Texarkana, filled his appointment at Methodist church, Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Taylor, At- lanta, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Whattey. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marshall of Cotton Valley were visitors here Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. L. Mason, Mr. and I* LAST TIME THROUGH ATLANTA On the 10,000 Mile Endurance and Economy Run Here 4:35 Mon., Aug. 29 REMAIN ONLY A FEW MINUTES YOU'RE INVITED TO INSPECT IT _ HwQOMIl...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 August 1938

THURSDAY, AUG. 25, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS ALAMANCE Mrs. J. K. Murph We had a splendid attendance ior our two services Sunday. Rev. Compton Riley preaches better all the time. Sunday night our revival starts with Rev. Fuller, our conference evangelist, doing the preaching. Bro. Hutton will lead the singing. Friday, Sept. 2, will be home com ing day. We invite all our former pastors and all who have lived here and Alamance is dear to them to come and worship with us that day. Miss Ludie Merle Dees is visit- ing relatives in Texarkana. Mrs. Cora Baucum is visiting her sisters Mrs. Fate Smith and Mrs. Moore at Longview. J. L. Pratt of Detroit, Texas, is I visiting relatives here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Odie Kennedy and son Earnest Louis visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Warner Kennedy and Grandma Kennedy. Miss Annie Merl Banks, Texar- kana, is visiting in the J. K. Murph home. Miss Sarah Ward is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Ward, Overton. Miss Mattie McConnell is visit-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 25 August 1938

3= -OS ' *I ■ ;V!' w^- rfE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS ';■ n > —._ • =~r~ **~ THURSDAY, AUG. 25, 1988 J. U. Nelson Spoke For Pierce Brooks J. A. Nelson, former secretary of the Linden chamber of commerce, spoke in Atlanta Monday in behalf of the candidacy of Pierce Brooks, the plain businessman, who led the race for Lieutenant Governor in the July 23 primary. B. B. Burnett of Pittsburg said: "The wholehearted endorsements pledging their active support receiv ed by Pierce Brooks from Senator G. H. Nelson, George A. Davisson HERBINE When headache, dizzineu, tour ■tomach, biliousness, nausea, lack of appetite, and listlessnesa or that tired feeling, . ate associated symptoms of temporary constipation, HERBINE will bring relief. It U strictly a vege- table medicine, free from harsh min- eral salts. 60c a bottle. Walker Drug Co, Atlanta, Texas Jr., Alton M. Mead, and other well known citizens of the state is am- ple proof of a landslide vote being cast August 27 for the standard ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 1 September 1938

Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Sell at Hdme • Buy at Home Trade at Home • Irade at Home . FIFTY^NI^Pg^EAR The Citizens J ournal I pf Complete News and Advertising Coverage For Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 1, 1938 NUMBER 34 ALONG THE WAY — BY US — Will some friend kindly remove that picture of the once happy can- didate from all roadside posts, trees and fences so tne scenery will once more look natural? * With the 1937 cotton subsidy pay- ment to begin in September, and the marketing of the 1938 crop now being gathered, and to be followed ^>Avith the 1938 crop payments by the government, the financial condition !>f our farmers should be greatly improved and business in general be on the upturn. ♦ * * To be king is the aim of all en- ergetic boys! But most of them be- come reconciled fairly early in life to be satisfied and greatly appre- ciative if they can only be consid- ered boss around their own humble home. Kildare School Opens, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 1 September 1938

THE CITIZEN8 JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS The Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) 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 Advance) *Fo ftevent "Jumping Light" == In Cass and Adjoining Counties. One Year $1.00 Six Months 76 Three Months .50 State aid Foreign: One Year (1.50 Si* Months 1.00 Three Months .66 John T. White Buried At Smyrna John T. White, 40, killed in gas explosion at Kilgore, Texas, Sun- day ,was buried at Smyrna, Mon- day afternoon. White, with two other men, was fatally burned while working on an oil well when there was a small Bhowing of oil which saturated a nearby tractor, the exhaust from the tractor igniting the oil. He is survived by his wife, five boys and one girl, and many other relatives. THANKS To the Citizens and Voters of Cass County: From the depths of an honest heart, I want to thank you for the vic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 1 September 1938

THURSDAY, SEPT. 1, 1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS = & J INGRESSMAN TEXAS] Cotton Loans The recent Agricultural Act pass- ed by Congress requires the Gov- ernment to grant loans on cotton equal to 52 percent of the parity price, or 8.30c a pound, and loans may be granted under the Act up to 75 percent of the parity price, or 12c a pound. The Administration decided to grant, and has authoriz- ed, a loan of 8.30c on basis mid- dling cotton. There will be no dif- ferentials as proposed by certain interests, although the Board at one lime decided to grant the loan bas- ed upon tne value of the cotton at' the ports, which would have given the port towns a great preference .and would have doubtless caused concentration of cotton there and away from the interior warehouses. The farmer who had borrowed on his cotton would have been placed at a disadvantage since his cotton would have been removed to a dis- tant city, and when he sold it all differences involving such questions...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 1 September 1938

HE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY, SEPT. 1, 1938 Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 New Heat Wave Drives tlanta Garden Club eets Friday i e d d f o B n t! b r The first meeting of the Atlanta Club will meet at the home Irs. L. H. Johnson, West Miller et, Sept. 2 at 4:30 p.m. with S. F. Stuckey, and A. W. nedy, co-hostesses. ?he meeting will be a garden •ty on the beautiful lawn of Mrs inson's. Those who have flowers bouquets are invited to bring m. ''rogram for the afternoon ows: ssage from the President, Mrs. > Howe. 'all Planting, leader Mrs. Hub che. ulbs to Flower from Christmas faster—Mrs. Hub Fouche. round Covers Uflder Trees — i. R. P. Cameron. econditioning the Lawn—Mrs. ace Thomas. he year books will be distribut- it the meeting. Mrs. R. P. Cam- i, member of the year book com tee wrote an original poem at beginning of each program :h appropriately introduce the ith's program. The verse on the ;ember program follows: (jptember days with golden-rod, akes...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 1 September 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS Mad Dogs May Become Friendly Austin, Texas. Thu mean dog that suddenly become friendly may transmit hydrophobia or rabies, state Dr. Geo. W. Cox, state health officer in refuting the timeworn belief that rabies must be spread by a frothing "mad dog." "In the first stage of rabies," Dr. Cox state, "the disposition of the dog changes entirely. A hap- py, playful dog becomes dejected, creeps away and hides. An ordin- arily vicious dog may become friend ly. If he licks his master's hand, he may spread rabies through cuts and abrasions on the skin. The dog may be mean at times, and ^ at other times apparently normal." According to Dr. Cox the phases "mad dog" is associated with the second stage of rabies. This is the irritable period in which the dog becomes restless, sometimes running away and returning hours later, worn out from fighting other dogs. Rabies may be suspected, es- pecially if the dog was not form- erly in the habit of leaving home. Bec...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 1 September 1938

KILD ARE Mrs. C. M. Nelson Our singing school, which is be- ing taught by Mr. Thomas Ghols- ton, closes Friday night, Sept. 2, with a big singing. All singers are invited to be with us at the Bap- tist church. Mrs. A. J. Bray, Fort Worth, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wright past week. John Walker left Monday f<jr sev eral days visit with E. K. Kendrick in Homer, La. Miss Ruth Callahan returned to Carlisle, Friday, after a pleasant visit with Miss Mildred Simmons. Mr. and Mrs. L. Veret, of New Ibernia, La., are guests in the C. C. Alexander home this week. Mesdames McCrary and Pruitt TO THE VOTERS OF CASS COUNTY: | I am deeply grateful for the splendid vote I received in the Democratic Run-Off Saturday. Even though I was defeated less than a hundred votes, I received a sub- stantial vote over the entire county for which I sin- cerely thank each of you. I wish to express my sincere thanks and appreciation for the many kindnesses, courtesies, and favors ex- tended to my w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 1 September 1938

THURSDAY, SEPT. 1, 1938 f THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS MIDWAY Mra. U. L. Hunt Sunday is our regular preaching day. Services 9:30 a.m. Sunday School after church. Come! Our community was saddened by the death of Mr. Gus Gage Tuesday and Miss Free Hunt, Wednesday night. Mr. Gage was living with his son, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Gage. Had been feeble for some time but only confined to his bed one week. He was past 88 years old and had lived a useful life. Has three children and several grand children and a host of nieces and nephews to mourn his going. Miss Free Hunt has made her home with her nephew H. L. Hunt for the past 15 months. Had been confined to her bed for some time. She leaves a host of nephews and nieces to mourn her going. She was 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 CHIROPRACTOR Home offices: South Side Linden Highway, 3 miles West of Atlanta. See Sign. House Calls Made. The worst BODY O...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 1 September 1938

ethodist urch Services Remember that we begin the morning worship at 10:45 a. m. and the #vening worship at 7:30 p. m. The public is cordially in- vited to worship with us at all services. L. H. Mathison, Pastor. Colored Exhibitors At Cass County Fair Colored communities contemplat- ing having exhibits at the Cass County Fair this year should apply to Mr. W. D. Berry for space or notify me at once. We hope to make the colored department the best in its history. W. S. Mitchell, Director TO THE CITIZENS OF CASS CO. I wish to express to you my deep appreciation for the many court- isies shown me and my family dur- ing my campaign for County Super- intendent. The many friends and associations made will always be highly treasured and I sincerely appreciate the splendid vote given me. I pledge my continued support for the betterment of the schools of Cass county. J. D. BETTS To the People of Cass County: Your splendid cooperation, your kind assistance and your vote and influence has enabl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 8 September 1938

Be Loyal to Atlanta! • Sell at Home • Liuy at Home • Trade at Home YEAR FIFTY- The Citizens j ournal Complete News and Advertising Coverage For Atlanta and Cass County Trade Area! ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 8, 1938 NUMBER 85 W.T. Jordan Killed Here Saturday Will T. Jordan, 66-year-old farm- er, living five miles west of Atlan- ta, in the Roach community, wat fatally shot about 3:16 p.m. Sat urday at the Peoples Gin, in East Atlanta, as the climax of familj difficulties. His son-in-law, Eddie Lee Lyle, 35, fired the fatal shots. Witnesses stated that Lyle used a pump shotgun to kill his father- in-law, shooting four times. Lylt ' j shortly after the shooting surrend- jf (j ered to Homer Carter, city mar- shal, who carried him to Linden where he was placed in jail bj sheriff Q. T. Hardegree, and charg- l ed with murder. Jordan is survived by his wife, Mrs. Bertha Jordan, Marlin; two sons, Arvil Jordan, Texarkana; and William Jordan, Marlin; two daugh ters, Mrs. Alvie ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 8 September 1938

IHMroieB ——— Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor «nd Publisher (Founded 1S79) at the postaffice in Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mail matter, issued Thursday of each week—209 East Main Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Advance) In Cass and Adjoining Counties. State aid Foreign: One Year $1.00 One Year 11.50 Six Months 75 Six Months 100 Three Months .50 Three Months 65 aid. The President insisted that he could not permit a loan of Govern- ment funds to be made on cotton unless something was done to pre- vent enormous over supplies. Since the Domestic Allotment Plan is receiving so much attention, one major feature of that Plan should be given careful considera- tion. That is, how will the allotment be made? Will the allotment be made to the land or will they be made to the farm families? A two-price system for cotton is absolutely justified. One price is what the farmer should receive for that part of the cotton crop that is consumed in the United States. The o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 8 September 1938

HI PPPPr THURSDAY, SEPT. 8, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA, TEXAS ' 1) I ' © I Stuckey Clan Gathers For Annual Reunion Repeating their annual custom each first Sunday in September, the picnic grounds at Sulphur river were made festive by descendents of the late Mr. and Mrs. Alex Stuckey by gathering together to celebrate their fifteenth piscatorial picnic. John W. Hanner served as chair- man and presided over the festival. This reunion of descendents of those who passed on many years ago, is an annual affair and at- tendents expressed a wish for its continuation in the future as has been in the past. There was a large crowd honor- ing the event with their presence. At the lunch hour a large table was spread out under the huge oak trees on the picnic ground. The ta- ble groaned with the usual picnic goodies and I am sure every one enjoyed the lunch and a very pleas- ant day was spent and late in the afternoon when goodbyes were said and the guests had departed for their homes', I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 8 September 1938

' St1' lai I € S 1 m THURSDAY, SEPT. 8, 1938 it; CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS Myra Neal Harrell SOCIETY EDITOR Phone 178 fa at be at cc tfc hi w Stevens-Walker Wedding Solemnized by Mrs. Tilford Hughes One of the outstanding social af- fairs of the fall season was the mar riage of Miss Christine Walker, daughter of Mrs. Frank J. Walker and the late Frank J. Walker, and O. J. Stephens, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Stephens, both of At- lanta. The wedding took place at the home of the bride's mother at nine a.m., Wednesday, Sept. 7, with the Rev. L. H. Mathison, pastor of the First Methodist church, offici- ating. The ring ceremony was perform- ed before an improvised alter be- fore the fireplace which was made of woodwardia fern. The mantle 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 CHIROPRACTOR Home offices: South Side Linden Highway, 3 miles West of Atlanta. See Sign. House Calls Made. WHITE WAY Ga...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 8 September 1938

THURSDAY, SEPT. 8, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS Life's Farewells • t © * Mr. and Mrs. Charley Starkey and children, Pauline and Charley Bill, and Miss Carolyn Howe were visitors of relatives and friends in Port Arthur and Galveston and other points last week. M. J. Bukhair left last week for Cleveland, Ohio, after visit here with his wife and children, and sis- ter Mrs. Collie Unis. Adele Bukhair remained for longer visit here with Mrs. Collie Unis. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mitchell and little daughter, of Waco, Texas, are visiting her father, R. P. Dunk- lin here this week. Mrs. Ho *ce Coulter and sister, Miss Alice returned home Sunday after «eeks visit with rela- tives and • friends in Austin, San Antonio, and Cameron, Texas. They were accompanied by Mrs. E. D. George of Cameron. Mrs. George and Miss Alice O'Neal left Monday for Texarkana where they both teach this year. Mrs. W. J. L. Heath was carried to Tri State sanitarium, Shreve- port, Saturday, for treatment. Miss Ma...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 8 September 1938

mm !T1'l>iiii! ffl llW)iii"wtrrriiiiiBtiiy«Miiiiwii in r i n " I nMi HI—l' THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS *1 ALAMANCE Mra. J. K. Murph We had a grand feast all last week. Rev. Fuller brought two soul stirring messages daily. We are so glad he came our way. With Bro. Hutton leading the singing, we en- joyed a song feast and young peo- ples meeting each evening. Our home-coming Friday was a splendid affair. Rev. J. H. Malone of Texarkana preached the dedica- tion sermon. Rev. G. A. Barron of Linden was present. He was our pastor some years ago. Rev. L. H. Mathison, a former presiding elder, was present. Mrs. A. G. Hall of Henderson was pres- ent, a former pastor's wife. Other preachers present were Rev. and Mrs. W. S. Easterling, Rev. Muzone Bass, our present presiding elder H. I. Robinson, Rev and Mrs Comp ton Riley, our present pastor, Rev, Fuller, conference evangelist. Others present we appreciated very much were Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Willis, Mrs. John Thompson, Mrs. Willie ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 8 September 1938

THURSDAY, SEPT. 8, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAb QUEEN CITY Mrs. J. E. Ellington Mrs. Ross Powell Spoke Sunday Sunday morning was a lovely ser vice in the Methodist church. Mrs. Robs Powell brought a beautiful message, theme: The Value of a Soul. Because of the love of Jesus for every Soul, He came to earth. The office of Christ, foretold in Isaiah 61, and His announcement of His mission in Matthew 11, gave beau- tiful Bible setting and truly an- swered the inquiring heart of the imprisoned John the Baptist and of every doubting soul. "The blind re- ceive their sight, the lame walk, the lepers are cleansed, the deaf hear, the dead are raised up, the _ DONT SCRATCH IK To relieve the itching associated l^with Minor Skin Irritations, Prickly ijj Heat, Eczema, Ivy Poisoning, and Chiggers, get a bottle of LITTELL'S ® LIQUID, a sulphurate compound. Used for more than twenty-five year*. Price 50c. Walker Drug Co, Atlanta, Texas poor have the gospel preached to them." Jesus sent...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 8 September 1938

' V 1; BBS. trill e Plan M To Exhibit At Fair For the past few years, it has been my pleasure to work with the entire populace of Cass county in general and its fair association in particular, in the humble capacity as supt. of negro activities and as such, I have been privileged to meet the moBt outstanding citizens of both races of the county and, in meeting these great people, I am thoroughly convinced that no people are more interested in the develop- ment of a bigger and better Cass county than the negroes are. This is why they contemplate having the best department ever during the coming fair. Applications are com- ing in daily for booth space for various communities and on every 'H* the "County fair" is the "pass- word." It is predicted that not more than talf ol tne applicants applying io* .pace will be able to be accommo- ited, due to the increase in inter- est on the part of the negroes. This condition is what is accounting for so many applications being filed earlier than...

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