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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 6 August 1914

tj & )) '!> ANNUAL STOCK SHOW AND Big Special Sales Day Itasca Jexas, Monday, August 10,1914 Thousands of people attended Itasca's Trades Days during 1913, and all of them so far as we we were able to ascertain went away satisfied. For many years the Itasca Trades Days have had a warm place in the hearts of the farmers of Hill, Johnson and Ellis Counties, who have look- ed forward to their announcement: but the one day of the year that has appealed most strongly to them is the Annual Stock Show. They know that when they bring their stock to Itasca it will not be placed in competition with the fancy stock of the cities or that of the professional stockman. Trades Day in Itasca is the farmers' and their families' day. This year an entertain- ment is planned for them on a grander scale than ever before, but it will have the same pleasing features. The exhibitor will be treated absolutely fairly. The visitor will be given a cordial wel- come and made to feel at home. In addition ...

Publication Title: Itasca Item, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 6 August 1914

fc. jj*ri aaiptj ? in. ii. [/ 1 H ' 7 V • ( «% f •. Service on Go to mnday GO TO CHURCH! In every village, hamlet, town and city in the United States the cry is heard. Many have had their GO TO CHURCH Sundays already. The reports are very encouraging. About half of St. Paul went to service on one particular Sunday. The pastors unroservedly pronounced the results BEYOND THEIR EXPECTATIONS. As one pastor described the scene at his church, every man, woman and child in his congregation seemed to have made a special effort to get to church. Other pastors told of enthusiastic respouses of persons who had not attended church in years at the end of the service, declaring that "this doesn't mean only once. I'll be here next Sunday too." at at 1 WITH FEW EXCEPTIONS THE CHURCHES THROUGHOUT THE CITY WERE FILLED TO CAPACITY, AND MANY WERE OVERCROWDED. 8UNDAY SCHOOL ROOM8 LONG UNUSED AT SUCH A TIME WERE THROWN OPEN TO CARE FOR THE OVER- FLOW IN MANY CHURCHES. THE LARGE8T ATTENDANCES WERE AT THE ...

Publication Title: Itasca Item, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 6 August 1914

FOR TRADES DAY Same prices will apply for THIS ONE DAY As did during our Our Big Hot July Sale With Many Extra Specials N. S. REES CO. Will Save You Money, Come to see us. © NOTICE. After the 15th of this month CASH will be required for all liv- ery service. Itasca Livery Stable. 37-2t. Pat E. Hooks carried F. M. and T. J. Files and Uuncl6 Jim Lawless to Hubbard Citv Wed- nesday morning" in his auto. They went over to attend the an- nual reunion of Parson's Brigade. They carried a very lengthy in- vitation from the Board of Trade to meet next year at Itasca. Your chance to ste ' 'Brewster's Millions" at Pastime Trades Day in five of the greatest parts that you ever saw in a picture. It's a mixture of comedy and drama, and is sure to please every one. Mrs. Tom Tinsley, of Abbott, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Dave Parks. "Brewster's Millions" at Pas- time Trades Day. Mrs. Lon Bacon will return from Dallas today (Thursday) from a visit with relatives. Dr. D. K. Robison was a Dal- las v...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 6 August 1914

"BS? 9 si at: ? mil Si i rar / % 19 fm. j ^mmmTmmmwmmimTTTmmmmmwmnmmmmmtmttmmmmmmmmmnmm iTrades Day Specials!! Exceptional Values Throughout Our Store On Trades Day. Skirts. Waists and House Dresses will be marked at very low prices on this date. All white dresses will go at actual wholesale rosi. •Just a few more left. $3.50 and $3.00 dresses will go at $2.35 $1.75 and $1.50 dresses will go at 1 IT only I«I9 $1.25 and $1.00 dresses will go at 00Q Childrens white dresses reduced same as above. Ladies' 50c hose silk in all colors will go at - Ladies' 25c silk Lisle hose will go Ladies' 10c black and tan hose will go at Children's hose at same reduced prices as above. Ladies' vests, the best 10c grade the mark- yi- et affords at I2v 45c 21c 7-« Come to town on Trades Day and make Our Store your rest- ing place. A Special Rest Room Will be provided for the ladies with their babies in Our Store. We want you to feel entirely at home with us: without you we can't get Along in Our Business...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 6 August 1914

Money in Hill County Soil. Prof. J. W. Baker, of Union Huff neighborhood, is a man ho applies his brain with his hand. He does not expect to get something for nothing. That's the why of his planting years ago eight acres in peach Jlter^Prof. Baker has his fail- pgs, and one of them is, he [ants to make more to the acre ban anybody else. This is real- f a much-to-be-pardoned fault; Either to be admired. From less than eight acres of earing fruit trees this season 'roJofipker has sold over four dollars' worth of ripe, m: uc^peaches. And everyone as been marketed in Hillsboro. his does not include several ex- •a dollars from garden truck, his is a sample of what can be ane when intelligence is applied > agriculture and horticulture. Hillsboro Morning Dispatch. J. W. Parker, who lives outto- ard the mountain, brought a rasshopper of the wingless va- ety to this office last Saturday lat was some whopper hopper rass, it being no trouble for him >jump several feet at a hop. He ffas o...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 6 August 1914

I- iff} - ■ yi'S C'",* kl, ; ■ « MffiwswKrv-7 1 mm ./ % I Jm* ' '•*. "II ■ 1 < T ■"'), T A DESCRIPTIVE LIST Find below a descriptive list of some of the choicest farms in Texas placed exclusively with us for sale. If you are in the market for a farm home, or would like to purchase desirable lands for an investment, read over this list carefully, select what you think you might want, and begin negotiations with us now while our list is complete. We are sufficiently optimistic to believe that the past depression in business generally, and consequent inactivity in real es- tate, is about ended. From present indications we judge that the earth, the principal source of all wealth, will soon be yielding up her treasures and creating a laudable desirfe on the part of many to possess at least a portion of this wealth producing mmQ modity. We are prepared to supply your wants, and have a full complement of men and conveyances to show you what we have and will take pleasure in so doing. Re...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 26 July 1918

"-r .. M M •**, ^u^nrtm*¥ Columbia Graftptolas And Records. . BUIE, HARDWARE AND FURNITURE. ITEM DDE INSURANCE V. H. COFHUK, hgat VOLUME 32 ITASCA. HILL COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JULY 26,1918 NUMBER 37 Bank Sense \ Every faculty of our organization is now4^eing used to promote the agri- cultural and business interests of this community, o © You wil^ find us always willing and abl^||0 give helpful and cboperative personal service to our smallest as well as our largest depositors. Itasca National Bank Itasca, Texas W. H. COFFMAN, Pres. N. S. REES, Vice-Prea. H. E. CHILES, Cashier. "A little Service, Please" my .IIL^ .-#9} ff That is what you want, and we are in a position to give it to you at this time. Buy now be- fore our fall rush and your busy season comes on, before we get in our Fall Stock, which we will be compelled to sell for more money than what we have on hand now. Our stock is nice and clean, and we are not having a "closing out" sale to get rid of it—just advising you to buy...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 26 July 1918

I iW s —V L MSmm y I ■ j '•; ■ - T- > X- FARMS FOR Read below descriptive list of farms on which we have exclusive contract. Under existing conditions, buy land. It is the best investment you can make, and even at the present' high price it will yield you a larger per cent of interest on the investment and be easier paid for than at any other time in the past* Remember that we are not only in position to help you with terms, but are anxious to do it. Remember, also, that noth- ing but square deals are consummated through this office, and you will be protected in any deal you may make. We will take pleasure in showing you anything which we have for sale. LESS THAN 100 ACRES No. 15S. Two miles of Itascs, on irable it pike road, we have a very desirable black land farm of 66 acres, and all in culti- vation except4 acres in ravine pasture; has a 4-room boxed house, barn and deep well of extra fine water. This lit- tle farm is well located and will make some man « good home. See us fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 26 July 1918

y DR. RITCHEY, DENTIST A?' wppk guaranteed. All instruments sterilized in boiling water, attention given to Pyorrhea and bleeding gums. All work cash and closest prices given. Six Years in Itasca Both Phones Special Ask Any Reference ITASCA, TEXAS Transportation and the Farmer. The July Farm and Fireside says : "Transportation by land and sea has become in many respects the most vital problem of the war. And just to the extent the United States can solve this pro- blem, to that extent will this country be influential in not only forcing a just peace according to its desires, but, having accom- plished this, it will then be in a position to maintain its place commercially in the world thru these same means of transpor- tation on land and water. "One of the most telling ar- guments of centralization oi transportation control was deli- vered during the coal famine last winter when it was found that competing railroads were in many places hauling coal in di- rectly opposite directions f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 26 July 1918

./ fer TMEiTASCAJIEM POBUBBBOITUT F*IDAT. BOWMAN & CASEY, Owners. GEO. W. BOWMAN, Editor. A. C. CASEY, Manager. Independent Phone No. 57. Southwestern No. 108. Entered at the postoffice at Itasca, Texas, as mail matter of the second class. Political Aiuiouncemjni^v, •* We are authorized to annou&ee, sub- ject to action of Democratic Primary, the candidates below named: For Congress, Sixth District— JUDGE RUPUS HARDY. E. A. DECHERD. For Constable, Precinct No. 2— J. W. SATTERFIELD R. L. TAYLOR Associate Editors and Agents. Mrs. C. J. Calfee Rockwall Miss Birdie Yeaman....Berry's Chapel Miss Mamie Davis Bois d'Arc Mrs. E. M. Wiseman Files Valley Jessie Barbour Lea Summitt J. S. Frederick Pluto The above named parties are our authorised correspondents and agents in their respective communities. Subscription Rates: One Year $1.00 Six Months .... .60 Three Months 85 In of Hillsboro and outside Hill county: One year $2.00 Six: months $1.00 Three months 60 CASH IN ADVANCE. Thosp sl...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 26 July 1918

1 r VI S* LOCXT AND PERSONAL. Mr. and; Mrs. F. B. Lay faotor- ed to Hillsborq Tuesday after- noon. .'I';'' v W. & Atchison, of Cleburne, spent Sunday in the home of A. C. Casey. Mr. T. P. Cowan and family of Abbott visited Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Huff Sunday. Jack Buchanan of Cleburne spent Sunday with Clarence Buchanan and family. Miss Lolita Buchanan left for Alvarado Wednesday for a short visit with Mrs. Crownrich. Misses Tina and Pearle Casey left Sunday for a few weeks visit in Cleburne and Ladonia. Miss Gladys Vernon who has been studying music at C. I. A. at Denton returned to her home here Saturday night. Mr. L. T. Gorman and family of Amarillo are visiting T. J. and R. H. Davis, and Mr. and Mrs W. R. Gill this week. Mrs. Dr. Spring left Tuesday morning for a month's visit with relatives in Rusk, Long- view, Marshall and Taylor. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Richard and Mrs. Daisy Webb were in Hills- boro Monday. Mrs. Richard went from there to Dallas for the day. Mr. R. L. Marsh and fa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 26 July 1918

I WJ! ■■■ JM*™ lliiill; ■ l'T' '-T* I Vy'l'. II I'1 il *f§ I 5 ' I M ■ IK *:' * I I i| ' 25,000 Www N(t*t la Tfct Student Nurse Rwerre. The Government is calling for 25,000 young women to join the United States Student Nurse Reserve and hold themselves in readiness to train for service as nurses. The war is creating an unpre- cedented demand for trained nurses. Only those who have taken the full training course are eligible for service with our forces overseas. The nurses are being drawn largely from our hospitals at home. Their places must be filled by student nurses enrolled for the full train- ing course of from two to three years. Every young woman who140(1 unnorms. enrolls in the United States Student Nurse Reserve is re- leasing a nurse for service at the front and swelling the home army which we must,rely on to act as our second line of hospital defense. Upon the health of the American people will depend the spirit of their fighting for- C€S« Age.—The call is for women betwee...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 26 July 1918

K LOCAL AND PERSONAL. H. H. Davis and son, Edgar, motored to Hillsboro Saturday morning. Geo. R. Derden and E. E. Bur- gess transacted business in Dal- las Friday. T. C. Baker who has been vis- iting relatives here returned home Saturday. • MisS Kitty May Tarpley of Hillsboro is visiting Miss Edna Brannan this week. Green Nuckols of College Sta- tion spent the week end with his parents at Files Valley. Mr. W. F. Hearne and family of Mangum, Okla., are visiting relatives here this week. F. P. Files and D. K. Martin are enjoying a fishing trip at Corpus Christi, this week. W. T. Meadows left Tuesday in company with four others for a fishing trip to South Texas. Miss Mayme Pruitt has as her guests this week, Mrs. Ed Estes and daughter, Edwina, of Dallas. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Buchanan and wife of Dallas sent the week end with Mrs. W. J. Buchanan here. Dr. J. A. Speer accompanied H. J. Moore to Temple last Fri- day. Dr. Speer returned home Saturday morning. Miss Annie Laurie Beggs of Win...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 26 July 1918

C. f I >' m TKlHMWMI flMlUmafri MM>| itrj 1 J ' ■ I :'.S '%* Vi /' i ; I L .If I; 1-1 i If / f J l? 11' X P fi . i rl'*f7 ... Jfc Iff J •'■HSB GONE TO MARKET Our buyers are now in St. Louis and New York markets, and they report that desirable merchandise is higher and harder to find than ever before. But they send the assurance that they will buy for our trade the best and most up-to-date goods that these markets afford. And we feel safe in saying that we will have for the coming season the largest stock of Dry Goods and Millinery ever before shown in Itasca, regardless of war conditions. Due to the fact that our buying is done in connection with that of a chain of stores throughout the state, our prices will not show such a marked advance as is to be expected. SOME ADVANCE MILLINERY We have just received a nice assortment of Mid-Summer Hats in a pleasing variety of styles and shapes—mostly whites; also a few numbers in Advance Styles for Early Fall. Prices,.. . $4.50 to $10.0...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 2 August 1918

Columbia Grafanolas And Records. BUIE, HARDWARE AND FURNITURE. The Itasca item FIRE INSURANCE W. H. COFFMAN, Agent. VOLUME 32 ITASCA, HILL COUNTY, TEXAS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1918 NUMBER 38 11 m © iw m '.m •I 4 m R y i' n ''''' & Days of Disappointment In these days of disappooint- ment when the farmer meditates upon the shortness "bf feed, the fast deteriorating Cotton pros- a pect, with the steady increase in the cost of living, it is well to be connected up with a good strong Bank that has a depend- able disposition to help. Are you a member of the Itasca National happy family? It's a pretty comfortable feeling. We stand by our Customers. Serve your country; Join the Navy, Coast Reserve or Marines. Itasca National Bank Itasca, Texas W. H. COFFMAN, Pres. N. S. REES, Vice-Pres. H. E. CHILES, Cashier. mm* l Start Now to Enjoy Life By listening to the world's great- est musicians and orators in your own parlor. With a Grafo- nola you can have this privi- lege. We have these machines...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 2 August 1918

*■: i WmMti . ' ■ 1 I 'V j J: !"'r' ■ I ' V,. t "■r FARMS FOR Read below descriptive list of farms on which we have exclusive Contract. Under existing conditions, buy land. It is the best investment you can make, and even at the present high price it will yield you a larger per cent of interest on the investment and be easier paid for than at any other time in the past. Remember that we are not only in position to help you with terms, but are anxious to do it. Remember, also, that noth- ing but square deals are consummated through this office, and you will be protected in any deal you may make. We will take pleasure in showing you anything which we have for sale. LESS THAN 100 ACRES No. 153. Two miles of Itasca, on pike road, we have a very desirable black land farm of 65 acres, and all in culti- vation except4 acres in ravine pasture; has a 4-room boxed house, barn and deep well of extra fine water. This lit- tle farm is well located and will make some man a good home. See us for p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 2 August 1918

DR. R1TCHEY, DENTIST atl'ontinn £?,?5arl.ten(*" instruments sterilized in boiling water. Special attention given to Pyorrhea and bleeding gums. All work cash and closest prices given. Six Years in Itasca Ask Any Reference Both Phones ITASCA, TEXAS Volunteers for Army Under 18 Years Not Wanted. The minimum age limit for voluntary enlistment in the Uni- ted States Army is fixed by Con- fess at 18 years. There have been so many applications for releases from the Army of boys v under this age who have enlisted that Adjt. Gen. Heny P. McCain has issued the following circular letter: "The large number of appli- cations received from parents and guardians for the discharge of minors under 18 years of age, inclosing satisfactory evidence that the soldier is under this age, indicates the necessity of more care on the part of recruiting officers in order to avoid unnec- essary expense to the govern- ment and annoyance to troops in the field in the subsequent dis- charge of such men, and to av...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 2 August 1918

* i it ' Hi 9 X I J i fJ' 2 . t THE ITASCA ITEM raiuniD ivut Friday. Political Announcement*. BOWMAN ft CASEY, Owners. GEO. W. BOWMAN, Editor. Independent Phone No. 57. Southwestern No. 108. We are authorized to announce, sub- I jeet to action of Democratic Primary, I the candidates below named: For Congress, Sixth District— JUDGE RUFUS HARDY. E. A. DECHERD. Entered at the postoffice at Itasca, For Constable, Precinct No. 2— Texas, as mail matter of the second class. Associate Editors and Agents. Mrs. C. J. Calfee Rockwall Miss Birdie Yeaman.—Berry's Chapel Miss Mamie Davis Bois d'Arc Mrs. E. M. Wiseman Files Valley Jessie Barbour Lea Summit J. W. SATTERFIELD R. L. TAYLOR For Justice of Peace, Precinct No. 2. J. P. DONHAM. You Are Doing It. _ , Every time you read, you pur J. S.. Fredrick -...Pluto I chasers of Liberty Bonds an< The above named parties are our War Savings Stamps, of wha' authorized correspondents and agents the United States is doing in «Jn their respective commu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 2 August 1918

Will. S. Hart in a Big Western picture Monday at Pastime. We regret to chronicle the ill- ness of Mrs. J. W. Stanley this week. Miss Louise McLean left Wed- nesday morning for a short visit with friends at Milford. J. A. Davis left last Sunday morning for a two weeks visit to his old home in Tennessee. Miss Wallace Plasters of Cam- eron visited her uncle Dr. J. N. Spring <here the first of this week. Jno. R. Griffin and family left Tuesday afternoon for Arlington and Denton County, for a short visit. Rev. R. L. McCuistion left Monday night for Appleby, Tex., to conduct a protracted meeting.! He will be gone about two weeks. H. J. Moore who has been in the Temple Sanitarium several days returned to his home here this week. He is very much im- proved. Miss Leota Stilwell returned home last week from Dallas where she has been doing some special work in music the past three months. Misses Inez and Louise Mc- Cuistion left last Saturday for Jacksonville where they will visit with thei...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Itasca Item — 2 August 1918

♦ &£lEi S ■ Camp Travis News. Pvt. James W. Ince, whose home is in Itasca, Texas, is as- signed to the 84th Company, 165th Depot Brigade, Camp Travis, and has been selected as a member of the permanent per- sonnel of this organization. He is acting Lance-corporal at the present time and preparing for promotions in the due course of events. He is also "Acting Chief- rusher" when the mail is deliver ed which is causing some com- ment and inquiry. As an expected effort to under- mine the strength of the forces fighting under the stars and stripes, German propogandists throughout the United States spread broadcast many and nu merous false reports of how drafted men in the great Nation- al Army were being mistreated hy their officers, how they were ill fed, poorly clothed and quar- tered, and how sanitary condi- tions were "awful". But their great "Kultur" movement mere- ly proved a boomerang, for it has led thousands of those who have come to Camp Travis, as well as t# other camps, ...

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