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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

I i i: 11 ] SB THE CITIZENS JOURNAL TRADE WITH THE I.0WE STORE AND SAVE THE DIFFERENCE FOP. On Quality, Style and Service THERE'S NO PLACE LOWER THAN LOWE'S Linden, — — — — — — Texas A SQUARE DEAL FOR EVERYONE DAVIS DRUG CO. Linden, Texas ? SUCCESSORS TO FORI) DRUG CO. Where you will find a complete line of pure \ Drugs, Druggist Sundries, Perfumes, Toi- let Articles, Cold Drinks, Cigars, Candies. VISIT US WHEN IN LINDEN, TEXAS ; r HUMPHREY MERCANTILE COMPANY DP.Y GOODS, NOTIONS, SHOES, HATS, CAPS, LADIES READY-TO-WEAR, MEN'S AND BOY'S CLOTHING, FLOUR, FEED, HAY AND GROCERIES We Buy What You Have to Sell and Sell What You Have to Buy You Are Always Welcome Here — PHONE 74 — Linden, — — — — — — Texas J-M&f Cusseta Public School Building FOSTKK town nanit'tl Linden asked the court to name tin* town "Linden" hence its name. Tin- t'ii l blacksmith shop was own- ed In .Mitchell & Ward and was lo- cated on north part of square. The first cabinet workshop was run by Dick (,'lauswel...

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

FIFTY YEARS IN CASS COUNTY FIRST CASS COUNTY DISTRICT COURT HHI) AT JEFFERSON, JULY 23rd, Mi Jefferson, Texas, was made the first county seat of Cass county and the first court was held there July 23rd, 184 ; with O. II. King, chief justice; John C. Rhea, sheriff; R. C. Graham, county clerk; John C. Kvcrett and U. I"). Rogers, county attorneys; John Wil son, T. 1. Richey, Robt. Asbury, and Jas. Terrell, county commissioners. v\\\ Court opened July 23rd, 1840, at the home of William Perry, Jefferson, Texas, by H. W. Clark, acting as chief justice by act of the assembly of the State of Texas, whereupon it is de- clared by said chief justice that O. H. King is duly elected chief justice in the County of Cass, State of Texas, and come into open court and give FIRST NATIONAL BANK Linden, — — — — — — Texas CAPITAL $35,000.00 SURPLUS AM) PROFITS $17,500.00 A Good Bank in a Good Town CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CITIZENS JOURNAL ON ITS FIFTIETH BIRTHDAY. FIRST NATIONAL BANK L. L. HARPER, Presiden...

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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

88 THE CITIZEN'S JOURNAL SSYXX>\V\\\\\\\W\\\\\\\>V\\V\\\XV*W\V\\N\\\NNN'NNNNNXN/ ✓ THE CITIZENS STATE BANK OK LINDEN SUCCESSORS TO J CASS COUNTY STATE BANK ; C. E. DAVIS, President £ S. L. HENDERSON, Cashier R. C. DANIEL, Ass't Ca>h. { — DIRECTORS — LONE C. SKELTON J. M. DANIEL LEE HUMPHREY C. E. DAVIS O. R. TAYLOR S. W. HATCHER ORGANIZED NOV. 13, 1928 / CAPITAL $20,000.00 / L\ DIVIDED PROFITS $3^80.60 in business for more than 20 years. / Wo specialize in Farm and Dairy Loans J Dependable, Reliable and Courteous * Trv I s Uv Carrying An Account With Us. J / / / / THE LIVJ'LYS CHAPEL NATIONAL FARM LOAN \S- / SOC1ATION OF HUGHES SPRINGS, TEXAS WAS CHAR- J TERED MARCH 28, 1908. ON APRIL 6, 1922, THE CHAR- J TER WAS AMENDED, CHANGING THE NAME AN I' J PLACE OF BUSINESS TO THE LINDEN NATIONAL J FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION OF LINDEN, TEXAS. J THE ASSOCIATION SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION HAS / MADE 120 LOANS AGGREGATING $490,000.00, AS < l / APRIL loth, 1929. J ✓ Let us carry our services ...

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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

FIFTY YEARS IN CASS COUNTY j*mvm^\\vN\\v\uw\\wWvvvkV\vv\v\mw\>v%% CASS COUNTY RELIEF ASSOCIATION A LOCAL MUTUAL AID ASSOCIATION Offering Life Insurance At Actual Cost THIS ORGANIZATION WAS ORGANIZED SOME TWEN- TY-FOUR YEARS AGO. IT HAS SURVIVED TWO MON- EY PANICS, SEVERAL INFLUENZA EPIDEMICS AND CONTINUES TO FURNISH PROTECTION TO ITS MEM- BERS. THE AVERAGE COST SINCE ITS ORGANIZATION HAS BEEN $1.21 PER MONTH. THIS INCLUDES ASSESS- MENTS, ANNUAL DUES AND ALL. OUR AGE LIMIT AT PRESENT IS 18 TO 45 YEARS. THE BUSINESS OF THIS ASSOCIATION IS CONDUCT- ED ALONG THE SAME LINES AND ON THE SAME BA- SIS AS ALL OTHER GOOD BUSINESSES. WE DO OUR BEST TO ACCEPT ONLY GOOD RISKS. WE MAKE SURE THE PAYMENT OF ALL CLAIMS ARE PAID TO BENEFICIARIES ACCORDING TO THE TERMS OF THE POLICY AND ACCORDING TO LAW. OFFICERS ARE ELECTED EACH YEAR BY A MAJOR- ITY VOTE OK THE POLICYHOLDERS. THE SECRE- TARY-TREASURER IS THE ONLY PAID OFFICER. HE FURNISHES BOND FOR THE SAFE HANDLING OF THE ASSOCIATION FUNDS. IT IS ...

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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

•>* ',ir 40 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL Atlanta Rotary Club Chartered December 26th, 1926, with fifteen members, and now enjoys a membership of twenty-four active business and pro- fessional men of Atlanta, Texas "Service Above Self- He Profits Most Who Serves Best" The Objects of Rotary: To encourage and foster: (1) The ideal of SERVICE as the basis of all worthy enterprise. (2) fessions. High ethical standards in business and pro- J (3) The application of the ideal of service by every Rotarian to his personal, business, and community lil'e. (4) The development of acquaintance as an oppor- tunity for service. (5) The recognition of the worthiness of all useful occupations and the dignifying by each Kotarian of his oc- cupation as an opportunity to serve society. (6) The advancement of understanding, good-will, and international peacc through a world fellowship of business and professional men united in the Rotary ideal of service. OUR ENTIRE MEMBERSHIP CONGRATULATES J THE CITIZENS JOUR...

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

FIFTY YEARS IN CASS COUNTY THE STYLE § MRS. J. W. LYLK, Prop. I Millinery 1 Ready-to-Wear " Ladies Hose and Novelties | Phone for Cut Flowers for | Weddings, Funerals and other occasions. B | "We Serve Best by Satisfying" I Hughes Springs, Texas rmm Stewart Community School House strongest and safest in Texas, was or- ganized in 1 !)0*3. Not a single wooden building stands in the business section of the town. On the ground site of the business por tion of our little city, corn and cotton were growing in 1872 and 1873. In J8(H), H. P. McMillan moved his family here from Alabama and W. I). McMillan, founder and active head of the W. D. McMillan & Sons, tell us that lie picked cotton from the spot now adorned by three immense brick buildings in which lie conducts a pros- perous and flourishing grocery, feed and automobile business. The first postmaster was one Will Edwards, who held this position for many years. He has long since passed on to the Great Beyond. The first newspaper p...

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Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL When Eight Days Old FIRST PURL1SIIED STATEMENT OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK III (,i!KS SPRINGS, TEXAS AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS SEIT. 9, 1903. R ESOURCES Loans and Discount- S 4,515.81 Overdraft 436.95 U. S. Bonds 6,500.00 Premium or. U. S. Bonds 430.63 Banking House. Furniture and Fixtures 3,437.26 Cash and Exchange 16,036.31 Other Resources 133.71 II \ I! I I. I T I E s Capital Deposit. $30,490.67 ..$25,000.00 .. 5,490.67 C. II. MORRIS, President T. I!. KFASI.KR, Vice-Pies ' ". M. .MURPHY $30,490.67 W. B. DUNCAN, Vice-Pres. J. M. MITCHELL, Cashier J. G. HUSSEY P. W. GOODSON Directors Capital Stock Increased to $40,000.00 in 1911. LAST PUBLISHED STATEMENT OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK HI r.HES SPRINGS, TEXAS AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS WEDNESDAY MARCH U'7,1929 R E S O U R C E S Loans and Discounts $200,521.60 U. S. Bonds 40,000.00 Other Stocks and Bonds 15,900.no Customers' Liberty Bonds 28,950.00 Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures 2,500.00 Other Resources 98.54 U. S. Securi...

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Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

FIFTY YEARS IN CASS COUNTY 45 Ipril Citizens Journal November 11,1886 The Citizens Journal $1.50 per year. T. & P. Time Card, A. ti. Moo.es, agent. A. R. Hardy is opening a gen- ral stock ol' dry goods, etc., in the Harp house on Hiram street. Dr. Matthews writes that he cannot get his money for farm since the failure of the mill there, and that he cannot move to Atlanta now. Ed Rand moved in from Kildare this week. <J. W. Bolt and Miss Carrie Davis of Cass were married Nov. 4, Rev. W. B. Simmons, officiating. The old Morris County Herald since changing its name to Daingerfield Tid ings is greatly improved. The case of A. AI Iday vs. Whattaker & Gallo- way for a part of the town of Wayne been reversed and remanded. All- day appealed from the District Court. W. A. Miles has been qualified as collector for the City of Atlanta and has appointed J. B. O'Farrell as depu- ty. S. J. Sheffield who has been coun- ty attorney for Cass county the past two years is moving to Temple, ...

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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

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Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

FIFTY YEARS IN CASS COUNTY 47 If. A. SMITH, 87 D. A. Smith, enlisted in the Confed- erate army in Talladega, Ala., April 1802, at the age of 20. He was plac- ed in Co. S, 30th Ala. Regiment, Col. Shelley in command; Patterson, cap- tain; was in training about thirty days. Regiment then marched to Cum berland Gap, Tenn., where we fought several minor battles with the Yan- kees. From there we were sent to Vieksburg. During the battle of Vicks burg, we were taken prisoners. After the siege of Vieksburg we were ex- changed. From there we went back to Cumberland Gap; then made a raid into Kentuck. We marched into At- lanta, Ga., several hard battles being fought along the way, among them be- ing Lookout Mountain and Missionary Ridge. On July 22, 18(54, 1 was wound ed in the buttle of Atlanta, Ga., and was sent to the horpital at For.-yth, Ga., for about thirty days. Was t'ur- loughed home for four months. Then was placed in hospital at Talladega, neanng my 87th year and rying the bullet ...

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Page 51 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL .1 J J ! 'i . : R. S. Allday Supply Co. | In Business Since 1880 j The founder of this business fame to Atlanta in 1880 and entenil the mer- cantile business with the late Judge F. A. Allday and II. A. Hon e. In 1883, Judf/e Allday retired and the business teas continued under tin In in name of I'. S. Alldai/ and II'. .4. Howe. This partnership was dissolved in 1887, and Mr. Alldai/continued in business by himself to 1897, when liis son L. h. Allday became a partner with his father under the firm name ol It. S. Allday Son. On January 1st, 1910 the present partnership firm ol U.S. Allday Supply Co., was organized with L. F. Allday as General Manager, in which position he has served continually and occupies at this dale, i he fol- lowing composes I he present firm: L. F. Allday, J. II. Hanner, \. I'. Han- ner, and Mrs. Arrie Edwards. The name Allday has been conneded with this business since il teas founded 19 years ago, and I he firm has shown a continual growth ...

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Page 52 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

FIFTY YEARS IN CASS COUNTY 49 E. \V. King KfsiiloiUf, Atlanta, T( L. F. Allday Residence, Atlanta, Texas Louise Street, Looking North from Main Street, Atlanta, Texas ssr D. V. Davis Residence, Atlanta, Texas -Photos by Manning Studio, Atlanta, Texas. J. W. Harrell Residence, Atlanta, Texas

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Page 53 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

4$ THE CITIZENS JOURNAL County, I the J. li. <- « COUNTY PATROL ORGANIZED IN JAN. 1861; APPOINTED FOR THREE MONTHS Willis Cheser, captain patrol com- pany for beat 4, for term of three months and have the following pri- vates in his charge: F. J. Cole, John Webb, J no. Bass, Dewitt Turner ami B. F. Hill. Also James Jackson, captain; Jno. wol F. Culpepper, captain of other patrol patrols companies. went on Patrick Mathews, captain of patrol patrols i in beat 1. sarv as , Q. C. Conner, captain beat 2, Wesley Hall, John Shelton, Win. l.eftwich, Donaldson, Coleman Moore, privates. Beat 3, A. J. Blankenship, captain; Geo. Hop, West Jones, Jas Elliott, Wi- ley Carolton, Richard Hop, privates. Beat 2, William Sumlin, captain; J. M. Cochran, John Davenport, B. Reed and H. W. Cochran, privates. Beat 4, Thomas Licketts, captain; Robt. Stewart, James McCoy. R veer, Charley Powell and A Ki. .• patrols I of three i >re appoint- lths at a tin thought Hi whipped ; I). Alsabrook, A. Pace, Isa...

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Page 54 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

FIFTY YEARS IN CASS COUNTY 51 PENAL AND CIVIL ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF ATLANTA, TEXAS, 1889 The first penal anil civil ordinances of the City of Atlanta, Texas, was published in book form and approved Aug. Oth, 1881 , (i. O. Albright, mayor, and G. W. Robinson, secretary. The law firm of W. T. Scott an 1 IUuk Baker was employed b> the City to codify the.se ordinances and prepare them for the printer. Some of the articles are in part as follows: Art. 27. If any person shall ride or drive any stock over the streets or al- leys in a faster gate than a trot, pace or canter, practicing physicians ex- cepted, shall be deemed guilty of a mis demeanor and fined not less than five nor over twenty-five dollars. Art. 19. No person shall sell any wares, goods or merchandise at either private or public sale on any public street, alley or side walk in this city, and any person violating this ordi- nance shall be found guilty of a mis- demeanor and fined any sum not to exceed fifty dollars. Ar...

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Page 55 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

r! > ■■ 11 50 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL II Cass Count* Hoys Leaving for Training Camp, September 1?'I7 CASS COUNTY PIONEER IN FARM AN!) HOME DEMONSTRATION WORK y ing, cooking ami other esser.ti... t> for the betterment of tin- lu ■ 50th WEWHNG ANNIVERSARY Ap'- Cass county was countys in the State Home Demoiif-tratioii work. County Agent C. I Home Demount i..tio Lena Lee Ray, ;t«r both d« work, being busy the \var ai Little pa go working with ih< in terracing, livestock, tic., a good work with t! *• boys * with cotton ami feed plots, and poultry. Mis.- K:i\ am several women ami gil ls dull ed over the county, doing *-aii den, poultry, home U-autit'ic ttasaxw md doing lub work, air, PHOTGGR Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Stewart. ■ ! ans, Mill, Texas, celebrated •. tieth wedding anniversary !'• 25th, 1928. They have been citizens of that community. THE CASS COUNTY FAIR, AT LINDEN The catalogue and premium i t out for the eleventh annual < County Fair, to In* held t i • Texas] Sept. 25-28, ...

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Page 56 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

ii FIFTY YEARS IN CASS COUNTY 53 No. 114 THE FIRST STATE BANK of Avinger, Texas I CAPITA L—$15,000.00 1 ; SURPLUS-$15,000.00 f I A SAFE BANK IN A FINE TOWN : y r } E. C. HENDERSON, Pres. R. Y. SALMON, Cashier } 5 i i I I | E, C. HENDERSON & COMPANY * AVINGER, TEXAS 2 DRY GOODS, SHOES, NOTIONS, HARDWARE, FARM IMPLEMENTS, LEl'DINGHAUS WAGONS. CALL AT OUR "M" SYSTEM GROCERY AND MARKET FOR QUALITY GROCERIES, MEATS, ETC. YOUR BUSINESS APPREC1A TED MEDICINES, TOILET ARTICLES, STA- TIONERY, CIGARS, SOFT DRINKS PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED BY REG- ISTERED PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST. WE GIVE SERVICE t . J Street Scene, Linden, Tex in i \ SIMPSON DRUG CO. j | Avinger, Texas $ AVINGER OF TOKAY IS A THRIVING CENTER WITH LIVE MERCHANTS Avinger of today is a thriving, pro- gressive business place with live mer- chants, carrying complete stocks of all kinds of merchandise to supply the needs of the surrounding trade terri- tory. The following are the firms: E. C. Henderson & Co., doing a ...

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Page 57 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

i !■ ! i 52 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL J* Sonn Purv Rrvd Jersey Bulls Brought to Atlanta Trade Terr AVINGER ESTABLISHED IN 1876-1877: DR. H..I. AVINGER RAN FIRST STORE to the west. The road wa ger.whose .^niall slows to acommwa:. • . .. . -ling public—tikf gas stat. lUir-.ad'w later busint.-s men eorr. . ad d«pot £*r were Jim Briggs, A. M . e spct R. McCain. D. R. Coulter. L now - ger. Kit Avinger, A'..-;-. ••• .. aa bed was smith and grist mill. A ...... idle of organiied in 1909. S- «-s ' .v >taod placers. Good churvhr- •.... ,-treet of and above all a fine pe< .- • / OLD SOUMER AND MINISTER raaoe a w. je \ F. ••• ay Rev. G. K. William?. *' : -XV A: Troy. Ala., Oct. 1st. Ii ... U'i AUvi track Co. H. 47th Alx. Scott * t . : . v. '. irxl reno Division. Stewarts ' \i- Tennessee Army. t--y ^ Mr. Williams came - . v.as in 1ST2 ar«d was orda. L s> r:-rI.-i Has been a Baptist m.:~ .it -.ome years. For many yea. : e present only Baptist minister ir. v .. .d was the Springs section. Hr ...

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Page 58 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

FIFTY YEARS IN CASS COUNTY 55 yvv*x\vv\vvvN%x\*\v*\\ TO MY FR,LENDS WE WANT TO THANK YOU FOR THE FOURTEEN YEARS YOU HAVE GIVEN US YOUR BUSINESS AND TRUST WE MAY BE ABLE TO SERVE YOU MANY MORE. We arc prepared to serve you with fresh Fish and will do all in our power to show you a good time while on our grounds. THANKING YOU AGAIN J. L. BLALOCK & SONS 5 SULPHUR BRIDGE $ 1 I >V\V\V\\N\WV\\\V\\V\W\\\\\\\\\n\\\\\\S\\N\\N\N\S\\N\ I MORE MILES | PER GALLON PROVEN BY SPEEDOMETER £ $ TEST IN USING £ I MAGNOLIA § J MAXIMUM MILK AG I! f I GASOLINE * 9 ' i ANTI-KNOCK GASOLINE. REFINED FOR HIGH COM- * V PRESS ION MOTORS AND MOTORS TROUBLED WITH / 5 FUEL KNOCK. NO INJURIOUS CHEMICAL COMPOUND J t BUT A PURE PETROLEUM PRODUCT THAT ELI Ml- $ p NATES KNOCKS WITIIOI T INJURY TO MOTOR PARTS. g 9 Use MAGNOLENE paraffine base Motor Oils, refined from J 5 selected crudes and conforms to the consistency established / £ by the Society of Automobile Engineers and to the even £ w. more exact specifica...

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Page 59 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

54 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL J. R. IMcCAIN i P AVENGER. TEX \S ♦♦♦♦ Servitif/ litis terri- ! tory for many years ; ..with Pry Goods,. ^ .. Groceries, Feed 5 We Buy Your \ " a? Country Produce, l Let us continue to serve you. JBBHRRKRKS giSRiSSKKBES? NcNIFL GARAGE \ L. A. McN'lEL, Prop. z Automobile Repairing AU Work Guaranteed {j Modern Equipped Shop. | Ask us before you have g work done. We like to tell you what 5 we know- Electrical Work a * Specialty 8 Only genuine Ford parts « used | Agent for Goodrich 'I ires « We Appreciate Your i Business AVENGER, TEXAS 2 f/nmanBaatasatm sasnrroanmKDiji s County Boys Leaving for train ng C CASS COUNTY TEACHERS 189S-99 Some of the Cass county teacher.* of 1898-9!) and where they taught. Arnald—Bernice Chamblee. Antioch—C. H. Hefner. Oak Ridge—C. M. Kennedv and Lula Whitaker. Red Hill—R. P. Fant. Corner—Anna Hobby. Concord—Fannie Davenport. Courtland—J. A. Haynes. Hermitage—C. A. Dement. Ellington—Ella Lovelady and E. J. Gunn. Rock Springs—Mattie Pe...

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Page 60 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

\ FIFTY YEARS IN CASS COUNTY FIFTY YEARS F!FT\ YEARS—by Ihe calendar is a long time.... fifty years in the publishing field is commendable. THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, OK ATLANTA, TEXAS, HAS STOOD THE VICISSITUDES OF THE PUBLISHING FIELD ALL THESE YEARS. OIK HOPE IS THAT IT WILL CONTINUE TO RENDER THROVGrl THE YEARS TO COME THE SAME FINE SERVICE THAT HAS MADE IT AN OUTSTANDING PUBLICATION IN ITS SECTION. THE COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK HAS STOOD THE VICISSITUDES OF THE BANKING FIELD FOR FORTY- THREE YEARS AND IT IS Ol'R PURPOSE TO CONTIN- UE TO RENDER TO THE PUBLIC A SERVICE COMMEN- SURATE WITH THE HIGHEST TYPE OF BANKING. 57 J.H. Fouchc Residence, Atlanta, Texas COMMERCIAL NATIONAL BANK SHREVEPORT, LOUISIANA g WE - - - CONGRATULATE YOU IN HAVING REACHED THE FIFTIETH MILESTONE, AND WISH FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUCCESS AND GROWTH. BUHRMAN PHARR HARDWARE CO. TEXARKANA, ARK.-TEXAS FIFTY YEARS By Will C. Hornsey Fifty years ago, in 1870, the little argosy—The Citizens Journal—was manned and rigged, i...

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