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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 3 July 1913

< THAT GOLDEN HAZE It Appears on the Distant Hor- izon to Lead Strugglers. to Success. By AUGU8TUS GOODRICH 8HER- WIN. "Miss Alnslee," spoke the stenog- rapher of the editor, coming Into the Ante-room where two persons sat. One of them, the lady, aro6e. The other, a young man who had been si- lently, speculatively observing her, saw her lip quiver aB the messenger from the sanctum beyond handed her a roll which Ronald Dawson well knew to be manuscript—rejected man- uscript—for he could read the blight- ed hope, the sinking soul In the sen- sitive, delicate face of its recipient. Everything about her, despite the well-mended glove tips, the made-over last season's hat, the shabby but neat- ly-fltting shoes, told that she was a lady. She was tob serious just now to show out the kindliness that lurked back of her anxious eyes, but intelli- gence and soulfulne88 had attracted him, and he could not keep his glance from her, nor repress his earnest pity as she left the room. Then hiB m...

Publication Title: Itasca Item, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 3 July 1913

Agent Shirk Resigns. v r w E. H. Shirk, who has been lo- cal agent for the M. K. & T. Ry. Co., for the past fourteen months -liM resigned his work, effective July 1, And will locate in Dallas. During his service as agent in Itasca he has given general sat- isfaction, making many friends here who regret to see him leave and all wish him success in his «ew location. J. E. Pennington of Waco, has been named as Mr. Shirk's suc- cessor and he will assume his new work just as soon as he can be checked in. Look over your supply of sta- j tionery and let The Item fix you I up in this line if you are running j short. 25 Death Claims Hubbard Man. J. B. McDaniel of Hubbard, mention of whose illness at Gal- veston was made in The Item last issue, died there on Wednes- day of last week. He had been ill for more than a year and was given the best treatment to be had from skilled physicians and modern medical treatment, but failed to rally to the efforts made in hope of saving his life. The bo...

Publication Title: Itasca Item, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 3 July 1913

ANNUAL STOCK SHOW Itasca, Texas, July 14th Five of Itasca's 1913 Trades Days have passed into history, and in point of crowds at- tending and pleasing the people, they were record makers. The question we hear every time we meet one of our farmer friends now is "What's next?" "When do we have the Stock Show?" etc. The Stock Show is next. It is the big drawing event of the year of Itasca's second Monday shows —it is the one that the farmers look forward to as the chance to show their fine mules, horses, hogs, poultry, etc., and there is lots of fine stock in this country. You will see it all here on the above date, for Itasca's 1913 Stock Show Will be Bigger and Better Than Ever The principles on which we have built up our reputation for Second Monday Shows, and especially stock shows—are absolute fairness in judging, and the barring of citizens of Itasca and other incorporated towns from competition. This is a farmers day, and the farmers only are en- titled to benefits. Come from Jo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 3 July 1913

. t BURGESS TEN DAYS. July Clearance Sale. JULY 4th TO JULY 14th. If You Don't Look, how Will .You Know? The Best Place to Trade. We Hold Two Clearance Sales each year—In January and JULY. It Is the logical thing to do and the right time to do it. You haven't been getting all that advertisements leads you to believe youuvould get—we know it—we hear it every day i|N THIS JULY CLEARANCE SALE- Nothing has been "marked-up" and everything we offer has been marked down. The saving is real and genuine. When you invest a dollar you get something more than a dollar's worth. You don't go away feeling sore. You are a satisfied customer of this store. 10 Days Sale Opens Friday Morning, July 4th 10 Days Men's High Grade Oxfords, July Sale Men's Star Brand all leather Oxfords in patent leather, gun metal and tan Russia calf, the stock is slightly broken but we have your size in some of them. Come in and let us fit you up at a genuine saving. Special prices for this sale are $3.86, 3.50, 2.75 2.45...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 3 July 1913

i THE ITASCA ITEM PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. J. F. PARDUE, Owner and Publisher. Subscription $1.00 per year, in advance Entered at the post office at Itasca, Texas, aa ■all matter of the second olass. INFORMATION TO SUH8CRIHKK8. All papers are discontinued at the, expiration of the time paid (or, unless otherwise advised. Subscribers desiring the address of their pa- oer changed will please state in their communi- cation both the old and the new address. Failure to receive the paper regularly should be brought to the attention of the management. Payment for the Item, when sent by mall should be by Postoffloe Money Order or Ex- press Money Order, or Exohange drawn on New York or other prinolpal cities. When neither of these oan be procured, send the money In a reg- istered letter. Bpeolmen copies sent free on application. All postmasters are authorized to receive sub- scriptions. Looal Readers (In same type as ordinary news matter), per line, each Issue 05c A high-up doctor, in tellin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 3 July 1913

'■V . t ft W No. 378 Home And Get Settled ^■ ■■ v-■ ;-:Vr. ~ ■ *' A > .♦ * < '*. >>, V> 5 . _ 1 V %:'i: No. 378 No. 381 Wr No. 133 * -wv;- . ;.f- •>:-<vv;-yy3s^N:V^ . •:•? Mo. 333 No. 398 No. 385 No. 419 No. 439 No. 396 No 396 A 170-acre heavy black land farm, situated three miles north of Itasca; 140 acres in a high state of cul- tivation and 30 acres in good pasture. Has two good dwellings of 6 and 4 rooms, respectively, two good barns arid three welis of good water, wind- mill, tools and implement house, sheds, etc. This is one of the weil improved first-class farms for which the Itasca Valley is famous. A genuine bargain. No. 423 One of the L.ost ltvel black waxy farms in the corntry containirg 160 acres and situated 5 1-2 miles n-w. from Hillsboro in the Annett communi- ty. Has 150 acres in high state of cul- tivation and 5 acres just as good in a natural hay meadow and 5 acres in pas- ture. Has a 7 room dwelling and a 4 room tenant house and a 2 room serv-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 19 March 1914

\Jniv iv«rnty o; Te* 5 1 14 M. S. WOOD Atty. at Law-Notary Public 1 THE ITASCA ITEM fIRE INSURANCE W. H. COFFMAN, /gent. VOL. 27. ITASCA. HILL COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY. MARCH 19. 1914. NO. 17 CfE* s- 4< « -4S fc/v i LI rr2 c3 N ttkll w MitJ* III 'Vf ii-f-ir# 8k ini tjrSiJa /(K-iwi CorrrigM, 1911, u) the S'.ir.durd Advertising Co- TIME C<lStS dark shadows ahead for him who fails to provide for the future. By not doing so he violates a natural law, and must pay the cost—the man without a hank account haS dread ahead. ITASCA NATIONAL BANK Itasca, Texas W. H. Coffman, President W. J. Buchanan, Vice-President N. S. Rees, Vice-President. H. E,. Chiles, Cashier. R. M. Gaulding, Assistant Cashier Merchant Dies at Grandview. While in town last Saturday, W. T. Copeland told us of the death of Ed Hutchens, an old citizen of Grandview. Mr. Hutchens was a member of the firm of Hutchens Bros., general merchants, was a good man, highly respected and well liked by everyone. He was past 40 year...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 19 March 1914

J* 1 i s J Buggies! Buggies!! Wc have a large as- sortment of Babcock, Staver & Henney bug- gies and carriages. We trade for old buggies, cows and horses and allow you the top price. We are in a position to take care of you on any- thing in the Hardware and Implement line you may need. Call and inspect our new goods whicn are arriving daily. Texas Implement & Carriage Company The Store of Quality Were Married in Waco. A wedding which came in the nature of a surprise to the many friends of the groom here took place in Waco last Sunday, when Mr. J. Oswald Ash was united in marriage to Miss Letha Cecil Clare of Houston. The ceremony was performed at 9 a. m. by Dr. F. S. Groner, pastor of the Ninth Street Bap- tist Church, in his study, and the only attendants present were Mr. Jas. R. Quinn. of Itasca and Miss Gladys Hoskins, of Houston, a friend of the bride. Mrs. Ash was a well known young lady of Houston, and the groom holds a responsible posi- tion here in the clerical depar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 19 March 1914

SHOW Prictey and Saturday MARCH and 21st Spring is here. Everybody feels it first in a desire for a new hat. Spring time Hats arc new, decidedly. Every Paris Modiste has taken inspiration from some one or more French periods, which one seems to matter little. As result there is a won= derful collection of new types, new colors and new trimmings. Every woman will wish to inform herself on our authoritative presentation of Paris made Millinery. Special offerings these two days on every nMide in the house. Friday morning at 9 o'clock we we start our Great Sale and Style Show for two days Don't fail to come in and see what we have to offer. Dress Goods Silks Ratines Linens Embroideries Laces Table Linens Napkins Towels Curtain Nets Drapery Sheets Pillow Cases Belts Combs Pins Barrettes Ribbons Bags Collars Spring's correct footwear for the whole family : : : : at correct PRICES : : : : Smith Dry Goods Company Itasca, Texas ADVERTISED LETTERS The following is a List of Un- j claimed Lett...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 19 March 1914

11 ' i". I 9 i . f I WJ; IS l'l 1 THE ITASCA ITEM PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. J. F. PARDL'E, Owner and Publisher. the black land highways. But progress and improvement is iit- the pike road is coming. It is; tie short of miraculous when the the only sensible, permanent im- j reality of it all dawns upon us. provement that may be made in i 4t tie post Ottc* t T«IU,U yii m'«ht of the «eond ciiii nrOMATlOX TO H BKCWBER*. AMMMntndtocoetlaaMl at tbe •rplnUon ((AlUM for- oal*" oih'' rwi*« adTtaed. fl^aertben 4«*lr1ac the addreoe of tbelr J* ■« ^uMd will pi-*** iuu in their communl- JJmm both the old and tae new addreaa. to recelr* th* paper regularly ebonld it to the tttentiOO of the management. this section of the country, and I money spent o herwise is ever, iption 11.00 per year, in advance j lastingly lost because it only gives temporary service. In the past Hill county has spent many thousands of good dollars ob- tained from her permanent 15- cent road tax and she has practi- cally not...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 19 March 1914

i m m Real Estate, Loans and Rentals ■ I V TWENTY YEARS ago we started in the Real Estate, Farm Loan and Fire Insurance business in Itasca. Twenty years is a long time—many changes have been ma e in that time many good friends and useful citizers have moved away or been called to the home "beyond." Many yet remain to note these changes and lament the friends that are tone. Vie will be pardoned for indulging slightly in the changes that have taken place in our business, and the policies that have brought them about. Twenty years ago when we entered this business, it had little if any standing. Uusually the agent of that day went to a lawyer or justice of e peace to ave his deed or papers incident to his business drawn, his activities were confined to what "chin music" he could furnish and that was his stock in trade, ust as it is to-day with by far the majority of people calling themselves rcnl estate ?gents, when in fact they are nothing but "curbstoners," and some of them crooks at...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 19 March 1914

' pi Is I THE DOG IN THE MANGER | '«? £< By 8USANNE GLENN. You never tasted daintier, lighter, fluffier biscuits than those baked with Calumet They're a/ways good — delicious. For Calumet in- eures perfect baking. ( RECEIVED HIGHEST AWARDS Pari* Exposition,| France. Muck, U12.a^H World'* Pur Food Exposition, CkiufO, Illinois. w \£A MJ > 1 X Itm ^NGPOWOffl^ SXcaqo Tib dol l MM ■u«r when r«« bar cheap «r bif-cn kakiac powder. Doa'l be atuled. Bur Calunet. It't ■ere economical - mere wMeeoae—tint but retails Calumet ia far lapariar to Mar ailk and toda. The Fifth Sunday meeting1 of the Hillsboro Association will •convene with the Rose Hill Bap- tist church at Hillsboro on Fri- day, March 27 and run through Sunday. Minnesota Triumph seed pota- toes, $1.40 per bushel. Sumner Grocery. 12 W. J. Morris and family of the Pleasant Hill section passed through Itasca Friday in their motor car on a trip to Hillsboro. Manager Hobday of the Hills- boro Telephone Co., was in Hills- boro last ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 19 March 1914

Lawn and Flower Contest. To encourage the planting-<*f1 flowers and otherwise beautify- ing of homes, The Womans Civic: League will inaugurate a lawn, j flower and garden contest, last- i ing from April 1 to Oct. 1. Valu-1 able cash prize3 will be given to i successful contestants. The town has been divided into four districts, with Mesdames H. E. Chiles, C. Buchanan, D. K. Robison and J. W. Eltnore as general chairman. These dis- tricts have been subdivided into neighborhood and a chairman appointed over each. The fol- lowing prizes have been offered:' Cleanest premises, $10. Bestj kept lawn, $5. Prettiest flower1 bed $5, Prettiest porch boxes, j $5. Most attractive back fence, $5' Most beautiful vines, $2.50. Most attractive flower bed, $2.50. Best kept premises, $5. Bestj vegetable production, $5. Best I kept colored premises, $2. Second ! best kept colored premises, $1.; The following judges have been j selected: Flowers—Mesdames A. N. j Griffin, J. S. Richard, Dr. j Ritchey,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 19 March 1914

t> | in m I ml Hi ■'?' lfS 9 4 ■ \ i ! tf 5 Mtojional swrsaiooL lesson (By E. O. SKU Kitfl, W\<>ntn« IVpartmont, Th Uvm«,Vt UifctW Chicago.* ikmimM "The ino l talked of and best thought of tore in town." THIS STOMACH REMEDY HELPS YOUR EMENDS A LESSON FOR MARCH 22 LESSONS V THE WAV, I.K8SOX TKVIM^v W UOUMKX VK.WT V.'Ij *wi* w *ai;h •>. £ J'-J. U tr tv th* Jl- I)ku.* /o w t,ljk5 ilwtlk tlfcf ii<l </tt m Wdlwr %<)•/ :t tt -Jibuti '■ tti TH* w wv<w>f tor «•« tusi> t witwo* 'f. tA^a* tii# Wj«, • 4,-tu {j ii -) v Arw ttK'UUUl*. HtltftX* alK'ttfl U «* * "fifti* *4- M wta tbt 4 M it «u cite -uiv'w .\nw 4Xti'. H«v«i TW www «■ ycvNfi?<d>r a ^ two. "!W rurivfr*y& * i.oi cfv'j.'w tst> ii'# ,j.<:n&fiti «■? *V a& S*oi*ii< 7tr. j> >s>i>>v..h U WMft K npsu-.rr. «f vi vd is (•kSi. WO. flWs TS>* *wnA. ' tor " K*. 5*. X this swswa *ttfc Wso« of last wwi wfewraji ■* vvM<"rvtv i the efitfct ttpci its *d**r5Art*$ *h« n Jesus wo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 6 August 1914

M. S. WOOD Atty at Law-Notary Public THE 1TA5CA ITEM FIRE INSURANCE W. H. COFFMAN, A^ent. VOL. 27. ITASCA. HILL COUNTY. TEXAS. THURSDAY. AUGUST 6. 1914. NO 37 BACR^^BOBK. A Ar.O* Oop/rUbt 1MB, by the A BANK ACCOUNT' means more than the accumulation of money. It builds character, strengthens determination and establishes prestige. ITASCA (iATIONAll BAM Itasca, Texas W. H. Coffman, President W. J. Buchanan. Vice-President N. S. Rees, Vice-President. H. E. Chiles, Cashier. R. M. Gaulding, Assistant Cashier COUNTRY EDITOR IN PANAMA Strange Lands and People Meet on Voyage to the Isthmus as Re- corded by the Special Correspondent of The Item. (Copyrighted) RESOURCES OF TROPIC ISLANDS. One of the things to be consid- ered is the resources of the is- lands on the way to the JPanama Canal, as well as the main lands and the lands to the south. There is no denying the advantages of inter-commerce, so far as the United States is concerned, but that is not the only thing to con- sider. The Unite...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 6 August 1914

THE ITASCA ITEM . servia s ««r 19W WV* PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. JOE T. GREEN, Owner and Publisher. Joe T. Green \ Editor*. Mn. Joe. T. Green ) *A,,U -as at tb« pott otic* *t Hw«. w> Matter of the «oond cJ* * TERMS, RATES, El\\ MbacrlpUoo per tnnum « <* Biz months * AH Church ud Sw J*.v Srfcoftl ••nannwrnwriti. fobllsfced frw Stattctoo* discBsMon * a i4n* will I In Umm> ooJuinJiv n.H AO politic*! <tHtoM will b* tifcMyed f<*r w Om rats at oot eves« «wd. Cud* of tMnte- rwehw*#"* «l oUtnrr dooms will fr* tor *1 ftnf <v«i per word. Paid local* or i«h!fr* will he S (w-jbw * 2fn* •eohweek. All other notions. It nutters not ttjr wbwr tor (Or what purpose, it the ot>)<ct is 10 raise tnomey tiy an admission fe* or otherwise. U an aJr-r- tUement and when sent in for pobiieatxv! sr.us: be paid for at the rale of one cent a wori tor each week It la printed. In every Instance (unless It Is a regular patron* the money must accompany the copy as we md BOt undertake to open ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 6 August 1914

J Wagon Time Now Here | !^^h®^™s~!shss^^®®bbbsb!= <| We Have Two Good Ones THE MITCHELL I I h We want to sup- t ply your wants in £the Wagon Line I and I 4 THE MOLINE I THEY ARE BUILT J for the 4 CLIMATE 4 seasoned | TEXAS They are made of good timber, and well * I | P. B. Lay Hardware Co before they are built. Let us show you our line. <§ <t <§ 4 Osceola News. The singing school closed last Friday, and we believe great good was done. The Presbyterian people are now having their meeting, which will continue over next week. The services are being conducted by Rev. Mr. Clack, assisted by the pastor Rev. Bryant Twilty. Miss Berta Beckham returned to her home near Hillsboro last Thursday accompanied by Miss Elsie Wainwright who remained until Sunday afternoon. Quite a number of our people went to the Reunion at Hillsboro last week. Mrs. A. Watsott returned from Waco last week where she had been visiting her parents. Miss Kate McKown is visiting relatives in Waco this week. M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 6 August 1914

w I 'ji f K* ' «S^r >" MSft ■ V "m 111 i \ GENERAL EUROPEAN WAR INVOLVES 795,000,000 PEOPLE When the Austro-Hungarian Empire declared war on little Servia and the tramp of its im- mense army resounded on its march of invasion, it meant the actual hurling of a Nation of more than 51,000,000 inhabitants against one of a scant 4.000,000 —numerical odds of nearly 12to*l. But Austria's declaration has its dread significance in the fact that it may embroil all the Na- tions of Europe into one \-*st warfare, for the majority of people believe that before the Ausro-Seman War goes far the British Empire, the German Em- pire, France. Russia and Italy must all join in oct of self-pro- tection. Should this belief- be justified TVKxvVWiVV' people w:!i be at war—a contest cvr. a sea o the world has never before in its history known- a war so vast as to be beyond the imagination. The British Empire itself, ac- cording to the latest reliable sta- tistics, has the vast population of 435,000,000, ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 6 August 1914

0! I • AUGUST JOTH Itasca's Big 2nd Monday SMITH DRY GOODS COMPANY [Out-fitters For All The Family] Now is the time to buy—HALF PRICE on Men's clothing, odd pants, Lad- ies' and Children's Shoes. Hundreds will avail themselves of this opportunity. Hundreds have waited for this big Monday. Hundreds will be here early to get the best selections. We are selling our elegant stock of Clothing, Pants, Shoes, and Ladies' and Misses' Low Quarters at less than HALP PRICE. Quick action necessary therefore for both you and us. COME EARLY—Your Unrestricted Choice. Knock-Out-Blow to STRAW Hats—Your choice for Any Straw Hat in the House up to $5.00 Will Go for 99c You can buy any of the goods in the House Big Monday at 1 -2 or less V DENTISTRY FOR TRADES DAY ONLY On this day I will allow 25 per cent reduction from the regular prices on all dentistry work either contracted or put in place. All work contracted must be accompanied by a deposit of one half the amount and can be done at any time to su...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 6 August 1914

mm A CHANCE ' i y 1 I ■ M & 1% m. Specials On White Goods 10c Yard One big lot White Goods, Fancy Crepes, values 15c. 20c and 25c. Your choice of any of IfL this lot at, yard I Vv These goods will be arranged on one big counter for your convenience in making a selection. Fancy Parasols at Cost All fancy parasols will be sold at Exactly Cost. New spring styles, but we had rather sell them at a sac- rifice than to carry them over. I Stock Show Day Specials On Ladies' Pumps and Oxfords Star Brand—The Best Shoe for The Least Money. $2.65 $3.00 Values $2.15 •"ife $1.95 'the busiest little store in town." When you come to Itasca's Annual Stock Show and Big Special Sales Day make it a point to visit this store. It will be to your interest to do so and see the many Bargains we offer* Whether or not you come to buy you are wel- come to come in and look around-we insist that you do-Plenty of Ice Water, Electric Fans, Cool and Comfortable-in fact this store is known as the coolest store in...

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