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Page 61 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

56 THE CITIZEN'S JOURNAL wwvwww Atlanta National Bank Atlanta, Texas 0 MM mm. RESOURCES OVER $1,000,000.00 CAPITAL, SURPLUS, AND PROFITS $125,000.00 .4s Industry and Business Continue to Center in Atlanta, leaders of Industry and Business are finding us to be helpful Associates in these Matters. With near a Quarter Century of Experience in Finance and policy of Conservative Business Management as its guiding principal, this Bank has established a position of un- questioned stability. WE INVITE THE ACCOUNTS OF NEW AND ESTABLISHED FIRMS THE ATLANTA NATIONAL BANK "AN HONOR ROLL BANK" L. F. ALLDAY, President T. J. SWINT, Vice-President II. F. O'NEAL, Vice-President R. H. PRICE, Director HENRY A. KING, Cashier R. C. HARDY, Ass't Cashier V. S. BRABHAM, Bookkeeper W. S. DAUGHETY, Bookkeeper ! OBKH(mVVV\\VVVUV\.V\N\SV\VVVVVVWU\\VV\\V\V\ VVV\>VVVVVVVVWXVWVVVVVVVVVWVVAV>\%\N\NNNNWVVVVXVV* IPIII.I, ■■III.III.IIHL

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Page 62 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

I I STAPLE AND I FANCY GROCERIES | Candies, Tobaccos, jj Cold Drinks, Fruits, § Flour, Shelf Hard- 5 ware, Etc. We mean to please * you by giving Service! L. W. JAYNES | KILDARE, TEXAS ! iPKH'KmiaiawitiiiiwsgniiiwB K.H.H « a k K'K FIFTY YEARS IN CASS COUNTY KILDARE, TEXAS, ESTABLISHED 1873; LAND BY GALLOWAY AND MOORE 59 The Texas & Pacific Railway was built through here in 1872, but the town was established and depot built in 1873. The depot site and land was given for starting the town by C. C. Galloway and E. C. Moore. They were running a small saw mill and grist mill near this place when the town was started. Messrs. Galloway & Moore operated the first general mer- chandise business in Kildare. The Kil- dare postoffice was established this year with C. C. Galloway as post- master. Hays Confectionery was one of the early businesses at Kildare. He sold to R. C. Stone, who ran general mer- cantile business. Ed Rand bought out Galloway & Moore about 1875. A. Miles and The...

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Page 63 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

58 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL J 3 i < C.D.BETTSSSON GINNERS SEED Bf VERS. FEED AND FERTILIZER We give you Service jj and your Business i is always Appre- i eiated. MARIETTA, TEXAS 1 Fine Hogs tin Man) Cass County Farms MARIETTA, TEXAS, SETTLED IN 1881; J. M. WOMMACK RAN FIRST STORE HMMMNKRtfffe :: sSJs:: X Trade with Penny and Save Dollars GENERAL MERCHAN- DISE, FURNITl'RE BLOUNT IMPLEMENTS AND WAGONS SPECIALTY: SMITH'S BEST KLOUR LADIES AND GENTS SHOES WE APPRECIATE VOI R TRADE J. A. PENNY MARIETTA, TEXAS Marietta was established in 1881, and was named after Mrs. Newton Wommack, whose given name was "Marietta," and her husband was the first postmaster. The first and only store for quite a while was run by J. M. Wommack, who lived about half a mile east of the present town. The name Marietta was suggested by J. J. Shaddix who has been a resident of that section of the county ever since before the town was started. The first churen and school of that place was known as Oak Ridge and was...

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Page 64 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

FIFTY YEARS IN CASS COUNTY TWENTY YEARS OF SERVICE Here's to the 50th Anniversary of The Citizens Journal We Consider the Journal has added to Our Success More Than Any Other One Outside Influence ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦ ATLANTA WHOLESALE GROCER COMPANY Established 1908, upon the motto "Quality Goods, Quality Service," has had 20 years of successful business operation, under one name and one management..... "Service Above Self," linked up with a bunch of successful, satisfied customers always means SUCCESS Our slogan has been not how cheap but how good, realizing "Quality and Service" are remembered long after the price is forgotten. , A a We have always stood for profit—profit to our customers, realizing the old adage "A laborer is worthy of his hire." Against price cutting—Yes! There is nothing more de- moralizing and harmful to a commercial community than malicious price cutting. Pres- ident J. H. McLaurin says a price cutter is a pirate. See what Webster says about a pirate—He not only r...

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Page 65 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

60 FIRST DIST. COURT LINDEN, SEPT. 1852 The March term of ihe Cass County District Court was held at Jefferson, which place had been the county seat since July, 1846, when Texas was ad- mitted to the Union. Linden had been made the new coun- ty seat of Cass county, the town te laid out, lots sold and small wood i\vo- story court house erected in ihe iown square. And the fir.-t district court at Linden was convened September 20 1852, with Lemuel D. Evans, judge of Sixth Judicial District; W. V. Hughes, district clerk; Th« s. J. White* county clerk; H. J. Story, J. P.; Geo. Ury, Sheriff. Thirty-six juror« were drawn for the entire term of district court in the early days of our county, and fourteen grand jurors were drawn from this number. The folio wine served '<• the first grand jury empaneled at Linden; John Speake, Chas. Graham. Geo. S. Manning, Wm. S. Elliott. Wm. Sim- mons, Isaac Lemmon. Thos. T. Foster, C. C. Baber, Thos. M. Self. Isaac Echols, Joel Dickson, Jeremiah Wood, S...

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Page 66 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

A A FIFTY YEARS IN CASS COUNTY jww*vwwv\> i-l of the litizens Journal Equipment which made possible this i.oiden Anniversary Number LANIER, TEXAS, NAMED AFTER TOWN IN GEORGIA; MADE POSTOFFICE IN '73 The Lanier, Texas, postoffiee was chartered in 1S73, and was located on Mil) Creek, some three miles south of the present location of the town of Lanier. E. C. Northen & McGarity were first postmasters, who also ope- rated saw mill, prist mill and gin. McGarity sold his interest to Win. Northen in 187<1, who was made post- master. The postoffiee was named by McGarity, who came to Texas from Lanier, Georgia. Cole Walker was made postmaster in 187G, who moved the office to Ins •farm one mile south of the present town site. 11« was operating a gen- eral merchandise business on his farm. In 1870 E. W. Fant was made post- master, who was running a general store near the present site of Lanier. On the advent of the rural free deliv- ery in this section and the establish- ing of a rou...

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Page 67 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

\\ THE CITIZENS JOURNAL U a n-.xin Kxa'ssa taawa.KtKiH KiH a a a : J. C. SHEPPARD i Dry Goods, Notions, !! Groceries, Flour, * Shelf Hardware, I Plow Tools. S We appreciate Your f. Business at all Times. BIVINS, TEXAS I * I8B881BIM1& aifflKIK KIXM lafajs aa « Sf*a a a a a a a a a a •• A. S. TOLLESON FILLING STATION iThat Good Gulf Gas and Oil and No-Nox Motor Fuel Goodyear Casings and Tubes Fresh Groceries LET US SERVE YOU BIVINS, TEXAS G. N. HUBBARD J Groceries and Feed jj WE BUY AND 1 SELL COUNTRY jj PRODUCE Your business is al- ways appreciated I by us. CALL ANY TIME ! 5 BIVINS, TEXAS J Pulling Sweet Potato Plants from Bed- i County, Tes BIVINS, TEXAS, SETTLED IN 1884; WAS SAW MILL TOWN IN EARLY DAYS Bivins, Cass county, is located on the Texas & Pacific Railway about eight miles south of Atlanta, and was stall- ed in 1884, when a couple of large saw mills were located at that point to cut the virgin timber, of which this coun- ty was noted forty and fifty years ago. J. K...

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Page 68 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

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Page 69 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

64 THE CtnZtiNS JOURNAL' if 5 Iiool Community Vocational Building \ COLLEGE OF MARSHALL, MARSHALL, TEXAS ACCREDITED JUNIOR COLLEGE structive enlargement program, liar, launched the endowment movement, obtained money for the rebuilding of tlie girls dormitory, constructed a con- crete tennis court, and many other worthy projects. Looking back over the school year and checking up over the enlarge- ment of the college, the influence has "been widened a hundred-fold. Portions of Texas which had never heard of the College of Marshall now know of the it; portions of Louisiana which had never heard of the College of Mar- shall now know of it; and other states Under the able direction of Dr F. S. Groner, president of the College of Marshall, located on a beautiful pine- clad hill over looking the city of Mar- shall, has made rapid strides in pro- gress during the past year. Educational sentiment in favor of the college was brought about in a greater way this past year due to the action of t...

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Page 70 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 31 December 1929

$ *SaOOOMMCMBMKSaa« «*Sa^^ 200 East Broad Street Pianos ■ "Music Headquarters Victrolas Texarkana, Ark.-Tex. Radios A Piano Business Founded on Business Sincerity The marked success of this thirty-five year old Piano institution is founded on business sincerity. It has ever been our creed to give the piano buying public the finest instru- ments at every price level, and to stand firmly back of those instruments. "Qual- ity first, then the lowest price to all alike." Morover, ice have always priced our pianos at prices which would afford the purchaser highest piano values for every dollar invested. Believing, in business as in all life, that "whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap," it has been our endeavor to sell honest merchandise at hon- est prices. In applying this principle, and the Golden Rule, "Do unto others, as you would that they do unto you," we have not only lived happier, but have en- joyed steady growth through the confidence and good will of our patrons. In ...

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

H istable dead the unknown I, 4TH YEAR ATLANTA, TKXAS,'lit I,ALi ATLANTA, TEXAS ALO G THE WAY — BY US — Kayo Artist The government's unemployment survey shows ten million out of work in the United States. But it is thought the figures are far larger than the actual unemployment is. ♦ * * Let the 1938 New Year Resolu- tion be to conquer thyself. * * * First: May we sell Atlanta and Cass County to ourself. * * * May the voters help the politician build a worthwhile platform, one that will bring prosperity and hap- piness to all during 1938. * * * + Many of us may be like the Gov- ernor—own Pikes Peak—but the main trouble is possessing it. * * * * The New Year is with us again, and as usual, we are supposed to do our best and how well we do it depends our success during the year 19'8. * * * INVENTORY What has been accomplished dur- ing 1937: $500,000.00 in hew road construc- tion started and to be completed in 1938. $50,000.00 spert in building new homes. $15,000.00 new addition to sch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 6 January 1938

i Wall lazel Ir and I night Atlanta, fill- fat the Baptist [ling and eve- Simmons of ng with old kday. 1 Dallas, spent i Wright and Lger, visited leveral days iLinson and L, spent sev- O. C. Dodd Irs. Virgil litors Wed- [exarkana sley ^nd daughter, nden visitors, Fri- Shelton came in Sunday 'visit with relatives at Har- ngen during the holidays. Union Chapel News In the passing of H. C. Bryan we have lost one of the finest men our community has had and also the last of the oldest members of the church. These much loved old people who have passed on have left a distinct pattern for the later generations to follow. While we cannot rest upon the deeds they accomplished, if we follow closely enough we will find life much rich- er. Mr. Curtis will be greatly miss- ed by all who had the opportunity to know him for he was indeed an unusual character. Rev. Everett filled his regular appointment here at the 11 o'clock hour. He delivered a splendid new years or any other days sermon. A large ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 6 January 1938

IKTTTny Constable V " • • • - - r THURSDl cotton TEXAS CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA, Political Calendar of Coming Election Year A guide for Texas candidates, voters and election officials, and for State, District, County and Pre- cinct officers. 1'irst primary, July 23, 11)38. Second primary, August 27, l'J38 ueneral election, Nov. 8, 11)28, Jan. 31—Last day to pay poll tax, obtain exemption certificates or otherwise qualify by obtaining voting credentials. March 31—Last day for County Tax Collector to furnish County Election board with certified list of poll tax payers and exemptions. June 6—Last day for candidates for State offices to file application with State Chairman for place on ballot. June 6—Last day for candidates for District offices to file applica- tion with district chairman, or County Chairman of each county if no district chairman, for place on ballot. . June 13—County Executive Com- mittee meets. June IS—Last day for candidate for offices to be filed by voters of a sin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 6 January 1938

' ":-V •;■:■ P^SSfl I fn«i^l i THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS it Odessa; Kd^ V, Texas; on IUKSsOA) *Y ff, loss ves issioner I to announce M. Seagroves nmissioner of posed of Jus- and 7, subject a democratic 18. itizen of the Ltwenty years 'th th£ needs financial con- ests. Ho prom , ive each and idministration. dified to give ke admin- everyone alike, best interests of imes. ks for your full qualifications, your vote and ing primary. oses i Run n." produce is are ask- e for Dis- not feel, ild delay 1. I pro- ie office other ^ rict At- „ue long history of the strict. I am deeply gri'.te- people of my district for ->nor and for the confi- d. ving as District At- ve never let my private personal interests inter- ly official business. I •ood pontiff when I ..id' ; of mid .1. I one, the mess irn to which I the in- Miat I C. C. Rainey For Cora. Precinct 4 We are authorized to announce the candidacy of C. C. Rainey for the office of Commissioner of Pre- cinct No. 4, composed of Ju...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 6 January 1938

«fcable tm. i'; lY, JANUARY 6, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Johnson-Glass Wedding Solemnized Miss Marine Glass, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Glass, and Her- man Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Johnson, of Smyrna, were married December 29. The Rever- end Cannon, pastor of the Metho- dist Church, in Texarkana, per- formed the ceremony. Miss Wynelle Thomas, of Texarkana, and Mr. Clyde Little, of Smyrna, accom- panied them. The bride wore a gray crepe dress with accessories of blue. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson have a wide circle of friends in Atlanta, both being descendents of old set- tlers in this region. After a furlough of sixty days from Fort Sill, Oklahoma, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson will make their home in Lawton, Okla. Patty Gene Powell, Lewis, La., Gerline, Mary Alice and Dorothy Exa Kennedy left Sunday for TSCW, Denton. They were accom- panied as far as Dallas by Mr. and Mrs. John Craig. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Saulsberry, Mr. and Mrs. John Mason, Texar- kana, were visitors in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 6 January 1938

Sheriff County Treasurer Superintendent Sheriff, Cass Co. •d. he married settled on teen (Mty and has lived for rs. ore asked for i obligated to t men. He is •it everybody of duty, and handle the Sheriff in 1 the peo- te your Sher- of this pa- To the voters of Cass County: .me of John Ladies and gentlemen: for Sheriff Subject to the Democratic pri- t to the ac- . maries of this county I announce ic Primary, ! myself as a candidate for the of- i fice of County Treasurer, s 37 years old. | 1 am the daughter of the late I. Mineral Wells,'N. Marett, who most of you knew irought to Cass and whose life was one of service •ie year old, | spent among you, he having been in the Un- | chairman of the Democratic Exe- ear Bryans cutive Committee of Cass county school and ior many years. I have taught in the public schools for the past several years, but since the death of my father I have been forced to abandon my chosen profession and come home and care for my invalid mother for whose support ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 6 January 1938

firiff or any Constable 28091 903 Beech— Texarlhna, Hflmfn nty, Greeting ereby Commanded to unknown heirs of P. ,he unknown heirs of nd wife L. A. Hen- e"uiknown heirs of P. M. Graham; the unknown heirs of R. D. M. Graham; J. O. Holman if living or the unknown heirs, if dead; Ann Catherine Holman Drain ELLINGTON FLORIST Cut Flowers and Designs Phone 251 Atlanta, Texas •f Cass County Land & Abstract Co. Is Well Prepared to Give You Service on ABSTRACTS, CERTIFICATES OF TITLE FIELD NOTES Let Us Fix Your Land Title L. L. HARPER, Manager LINDEN, — — — — TEXAS m CLASSIFIED BUSINESS DIRECTORY Dr. M. A. Ledbetter DENTIST Office Over Alexander-Hughes Phone 265 Dr. A. B. Jordan DENTIST General Dentistry - Dental X-ray Office: Ellington Memorial Hospital — Phone 142 Fred R. Flanagan and Company iccouiaV-r <"i', Auditors [income Tax Srteci'aiints Its kept in our office or yours 202 Howe Iildg. 4— Atlanta lc i Dr. D. B. Whitehead OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Residence Phone No. 343 ...

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

^ HERE.SON, RUN /OUT AND BUY A QUARTERS) { SWORTM OF THOSE APPLES. THAT'S OK., POP, I MADE THE SAME MISTAKE THE FIRST TIME I HEARD IT-TO0! MEH, HEH ■ S-U-R-E I WAS ONtf KIDDING-OF COURSE I KNEW IT WAS MOTHER Blakey, Brackman, Brooks, El- wn, Mack, A ws ry Chism j in these classes will pep squad. Simpson Charles White will ior girls. Tommy Mor- Goodroe are to coaclt 1 he yell leaders ior •vill be VV. H. Enid and •dway, while Raymond Phillip Fouche will lead jv juniors. t.M EXAMS TO BEGIN JANUARY 12 1. I). Pruitt has announced tiM'in examinations for all id classes except the pri- ides will be given Wednes- .uary 12 and Thursday, Jan hsses will be suspended all lay, January 14 to allow to finish gi-ading papers/ ding final grades, also y parations for beginning of the new semester ji>e- 'onday Jan. 17. / hedule of examinations 10:30-12—2nd period classes. 1:00-2:30—3rd period classes. 2:30-4:00—4th period classes. Thurs., 9-10:30 5th period classes 10:30-12:00—6th period classes 1:...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 6 January 1938

fit* T >llege campus dresses $16.95 values $8.95 Debby Junior i llege campus dresses $10.95 values $7.95 gold mode suits U.75 values $12.95 l)otty jane dresses $10.95 values $7.95 all winter coats $10.95 values $7.95 $19.95 values $12.50 w e stock hats to go 50c to $1.00 Entire Stock of skirts, sweaters f These Reductions $1.00 $3.95 values $1.95 & $5 to $6.95 values -$3.75 :r coats 516.75 ■T it's unim- get along with- W^ouTbut we can't spare a single little boy on this street. BloomburgNews Rev. C. L. Porter, pastor of the First Baptist church, and Rev. Compton Riley, newly appointed pastor to First Methodist church, preached in their respective church- es Sunday, and a good attendance was reported at botli places in spite of the sleety weather. A miscellaneous shower, honoring the new Methodist pastor and fam- ily, was given Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Irene Ilorney. Mr. and Mrs. White from Hughes Springs, were week end guests in the Taylor home here and attended services a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 6 January 1938

bred seV' an effort to Ims and prevent nited States. pmmencing February 7, 1938. E. Bi 'Wn, Hardy Daniel, T. Jheek, J. W. Gholson, A. W. G. W. Hunnicutt, Royce C. I, C. J. Jones. F. S. McCoy, I. Glass, E. L. Brown, J. C. is, H. W. McCarty, I. J. Cagle, lMcCord, C. C. Rainey, T. A. l;r, Frank W. Thompson, Hen- p.vts, C. E. .J"Vinson, Arthur ^pson, R. L. Gape, C. L. Sim- , H. G. Thompson, J. S. Anient fladge Smith, R J. Wommack, Helms, B. C. Lynch, J. C. lis. P. Wharton Idresses Rotary ?. Wharton, Dallas, vas the I Speaker at the Rotary unch- Ist Thursday. His subjee was purintr indu ' ies and how to the finances, and gave hi ex- its along these lines. Hejjkui r \any years as a finlnce lii and operation. I*ibe Mays made a short Lvlegard to Mr. Wharton's Kith the Securities Comntis- \t Au?1 n, Texas, which is ad is la-ensed to do business ^stat :.nd that<^ has bei;n eessful in his operations. m lates Ineer, JC., in Co-, This ganized in lOliS? ly's Chapel Farm C with headquarters at ...

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