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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 November 1910

■siiirw ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 'i\ . v^;- , ( ;fl|| < Ufce in Ohamblee Buildin by B. F. fjocals and Personals You will find a nice lino o! wall paper at the City Book Store Mrs. George Ellington ivinm Gt|iircl| Diretory I|\PTI8T CHURCH Preaching every 8onday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. ra.—Elder J. M. Mizzdl, Pastor. • Suhday School 10 a. ra.—A. Miles, Superintendent, Florence, Sec. i A .. . .. . . , . . . <ed train Vrvian, MoncUv Junior, Union o p. m.—Miss Monte I ' Johnson'President;Mrs. J.M. Mizze.ll, j Leader. ; Ladies Aid 8ociety First and Third 1 Mondys, 4 p. m —Mrs. E. A. Jackson, \ President, Mrs. 3. F. Cameron, Sec. | Prayer meeting every Wednesday | at 9 p m. ■ M.E. CHURCH. .. Rev, R. Pyne, Pastor. Preaching every 2nd and 4tji Sab- bath, morning and evening. Prayermeeting Friday evening 7:15. Sabbath School 10 a, in. every Sun- day, Every one cordially invited to at- tend the services. MARRIED Mr. John Murph and Miss Eula McWilliams were Wednes- day evening at the residence of ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 November 1910

'MARY I ROBERTS ^ UTNTHAUT nmmyor® sy wrmuiT /too av aoe&f-ncfuuufca. ' SYNOPSIS. lW!s* Trtnpa, spinster and guardfan „pf. Sertr'ud<? a d Halsey, established sumtn-er hsadqiinri<?rs at Sunnyside. Amidst nu- merous difficulties the servants deserted. As Mi S3. Innt-s locked tip for the night, ehe was startled by a dark fts?ure on the verqnda. She passed a terrible • night, whnh was filled with unseenVly" noises. In the' morning Miss '-Innes found a strange link cuff button in a clothes fcamptr. Gertrude and Halsey arrived witii Jack Bailey. The house was awak- ened by a revolver shot. A strange man was found shot to death in the hall. It proved to be the body of Arnold Arm- strong. whose banker father owned the country house. Mjss Innes found Hal- sey's revolver on the lawn. He and Jack Bailey bad disappeared^ The link cuff button mysteriously disappeared. De- tective Jamieson and the' coroner arrived. Gertrude - revealed that she was engaged to Jack Bailey, with v whom she...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 November 1910

mm. Remodeled Hat Bpi • V ft. Bill tflp wm - ;& """ • £ # - i 1S1 §§, If L-J % HATS with wide, or moderately wide brims, have been much the same as to their brim outlines for several seasons, but variations have been evident in crowns. The possessor of a good velvet hat feels that it Bhould do service for two or even three seasons and last year's hat with a graceful brim and a new up- to-date crown gives as much satisfac- tion, if not a little more, to the home economist, as spick and span new millinery. The cleverness of the milliner is put to the test, to either replace the old crown with a new one, or put the trimming on the hat so that the out- line of the old crown is concealed or changed. As it happens the task is not so difficult this season because puffed- crowns are much £avor<Wt, that is, crowns made* of puffs of silk or vel- vet. Furthermore, trimming pieces, especially fancy feathers, are large OF THE LATEST MODELS Dainty Dress In White Cotton Voile, W?th Rose Des...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 November 1910

IIP illlil i?. '<-4 • " u : T w heads . CCvfcJ.'..BUILDINGS j . 'GfiS,• IIUS F R AT I0NS ! N DRAWINGS . j V..S OF ^tCHANiCAL j isHDb L E VIEWS N(> PHOTOGRAPHS I ,u PLATES. OF ALL J !R PRINTING'USE: 1 01 SON MO. S ! NftBAVERS Mi MFUS ALL KiNDS { <GRAViNGS ! HYPES. " | iNGTQN ST. j GO '.! BLEHNIP MAINE Electrician Respon- sible for Famous Disaster THE REPORT IS D Colonel Jasper Ewing Brady, Member of the Army Board for the First Time, Makes Public Verdict of the In- vestigation, in a Lecture atKansas City. rniSmtm H ©tv Ifetatag ——BY UNCLE TOBEY II; ' That Jose B Zalvado, a Span i, working in Morro le, ard pos ibto a fanatic, responsible for the destrue of the battleship Maine in harbor of Havana, was the it made on Thursday it by Col. Jas B B*adv in a reptrt of a speech by him Thursday night Brady says he was one of four men who b* " xplosion and fin« ngs to Presi 7 • will tell you for the the name of the man blew up the Maine He is, Jose Zaivado. He was leian at Morro Castl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 24 November 1910

m BPi Advertising*, is an essentia! to any basiness.Ill ?*■ OFFICE OF PlSK.1 CATION ON HlRAM STREET "TftE Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAEQIN ADVANCE Atlanta, Cass County T6£as Thursday, November 24,1910 KINO NO^A&Y PUBLIC FOU CASS COUNTY All kinds of Notary work solid tori Blanks furnished. * Atlanta, tbxas HIGHLY APPRECIATED of Praise From Cam- paign Committee* Factor in the Dfcm^crrtic Success, Declared y. man Lloyd. Chairman James T. Lloyd of the nationai democratic congres- sional campaign committee has written Congressman Sheppard expressing the committee's thanks for the services rendered by Mr. Seeppard in Indiana, Ohio t Illinois, Wisconsin and an during the recent cam- Among other things says: "I wiah to ii si We have beard nothing but complimen- statement about yo r we feel especially #>at you were sent, and able so be a factor itiC SUCCCSS." of congress knowing his will be No. 15, E HAVE A HOUSE PACKED FUOI OF BRAN NEW STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOOD, SHOES, NOTIO...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 24 November 1910

v^- .. _.. iimniOTT'«g; lis '> • HiffglgSp ^; / lag m? ■; I THE ATLANTA NEWS = By FLOYD NORMAN ATLANTA." - .V : " TEXAS Let us have only denatured autoino- tills races. Are the auto races trying to make bull fights appear humane? k W • Still, at Its new price, radium will fetardly be a substitute for coal. The ne«r |5 bills will be smaller. That's appropriate—they act smaller. Connecticut woman earned $10,000; year selling eggs—the real thing.; Bo far none of our aviators has been iraccessful enough to break Into vaude* *1119. All the pessimist can see In an aero- bian flight Is a big crowd and a stiff Mck. A Buffalo man was given five years Cor stealing a cent Something of a eentence, that . New York bank thief collapsed when he was arrested. He was a close sec- ond to the bank. Someone has estimated that the «arth weighs seven trillion tons. But sheer up! You're not carrying it That war in Nicaragua cost 4,000 lives. Men have not yet discarded the blood-letting system in politi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 24 November 1910

iHS —- LEMUR A CHARMING PET efc llpp" ms &-U mm, Cha In His "Naturalist on the Prowl" Describes Little Animal—Serv- ants Afraid of Him. Pets are of all sorts. Ono of the tnost amusing and attractive is de- scribed by Eha in his "Naturalist on the Prowl." This little animal was a lemur, and besides many gentle and ■caressing ways, It seemed as if It possessed a certain sense of humor. Says Eha: "1 used to take its soft hand and -examine its pretty nails. Each hand had one long, sharp claw. Such a I curious arrangement puzzled me, un- til one day a flea showed me the use •of that claw. It bit the lemur under the ribs. I expect the little beast had reason to be thankful that nature had spared one toe when it promoted It to Xhe order of four-handed animals. There never was a more charming pot. He took life so gayly, and the unties were so original. When my man lot him (Hit of his cage in the morn- ing, he would scamper straight to my "bedroom, look round with large eyes trimming ove...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 24 November 1910

/ THE ATLAX V NKWb BY FLOYD NORMAN -l • .a r--naa SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PEE ANNUM Entered at the postofflce at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail DISPLAY ADVERTISING Single insertion per inch 10c Six months or more„ - 7 l-2e All ads. rah and charged for until ordered discontinued. LOCAL ADVERTISING Each insertion, per line . 5c Notice All advertising copy should be in this office not latter than Wednesday noon. Church and society notices are given free insertion, but must be handed in before Wednesday. Obituaries and cards of thanks will be charged for at the rate'of 24cents a line. No poetry or verse accepted for publication, unless the editor should drop into rhyme. Country correspondents should get their letters in early in the week. Avoid silly neighborhood notes. If you have some important neighbor- hood happening to report, such as deaths, births, marriages, meeting WATCH FOR IT SUBSCRIBERS TO THE NEWS WILL GET IT FREE. The December Issue of Nation al Monthly Will be Mailed to A...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 24 November 1910

i« ■ ' ll ■tiirt y r-'ititil- ATTORNEY-AT-LAW (ffice in Chamblee Buildia James & , vkij... T.v• \< >. ■ - • t . - ; ' ^ by B. F. Ellington and Company ©•pyristeO. . C. ft Ck . IISS i |1 i0f • • M m .AN ARMY IS... only as good as its feet"—and on the same basis we argue that a man's appearance is only as good as his clothes. We Relieve it is every man's duty to make the best possible appearance. Many a man has been given business preferment and has attained business success because he maintained an appearance. Our business is the selling of men's clothing and furnishing; we do this business with great care—particularly with regard to our selection of models, tailoring, * materials, etc. We specialize. ..... . . /. WCa\esVve Cl<A\vuv$ / because we believe there are no better clothes made, and men who wear them are better dress- , ed at less cost than those who don't; they have E, S?ABILITY-jjjD THEY FIT, pu govern youi^elf in buying by the pftce you 'y, without reference ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 24 November 1910

&W> gP | - ~P SAVED FROM AN OPERATION ByLydiaE.Pinkham's Compound De Forest, "Wis.- "After an opera- tion four years ago I had pains down- ward in both sides, backache, and a weakness. The doc- tor wanted me to hare another opera- tion. ItookLydia E. iPinkham's vegeta- ble Compound and II am entirely cored Iof my troubles."— Mrs. Augusts Yespebmann, De Por- ♦st, Wisconsin. Another Operation Avoided. New Orleans, La.—-"For years I suf- fered from severe female troubles. Unally I was confined to my bed and the doctor said an operation was neces- sary. I gave Lydia E. Pinkham'a Veg- etable Compound a trial first, and was saved from an operation." —Mrs. Ln/sr Pktboxtx, nil Kerlerec St, New Orleans, La. female diseases. The great rolume of unsolicited testimony constantly pour- ingin proves conclusively that Lydia BLTinkham's Vegetable Compound is a remarkable remedy for those dis- tressing feminine ills from Which so many women suffer. If yon want special advice about your case w...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 24 November 1910

m w BIPlSlSMPl SSI sssw p|j|2; ill iff IP BPPiiR i ®fp = Dainty Sweets Confections That Guests of All Ages and Sizes Will Appreciate for the Party Supper. Banana Cream.—Procure five ripe feananas, take off the skins and pound the frtfit in a mortar with five ounces «f white sugar to a pulp; Beat up half a pint of good cream to a stiff froth, add the pounded bananas and half a glass of brandy and the juice of one lemon; mix well together, then add kalf an ounce of Isinglass dissolved in * little boiling water, gently whisk and fill the mold, set In a cool place until wanted. When required, dip the mold in warm water for a few sec- onds, wipe with a cloth and turn out into a glass or silver dish. Orange Jelly.—Dissolve, one ounce of gelatine in one pint of cold water for two hours, then add eight ounces of ■white sugar, the Juice of one lemon, and halt a pint Of boiling water; place on the fire until the gelatine is all melted, add the juice of five oranges and fine drop of cochineal,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 24 November 1910

r*. avKSgMftSs tM i u p> ANY mU E ipg1 [ s r- . . M INALITY AND LOW PRICES wt rnPLOY ONLY SKILLED ARTISTS ENGRAVINGS OF LETTER HEADS CARDS BOOK COVERS,BUILDINGS LABELS. AD DESIGNS,ILLUSTRATIONS FOR ALL PURPOSES FASHION DRAWINGS WASH DRAWINGS OF MECHANICAL SUBJECTS,BIRDS EYE VIEWS RETOUCHING PHOTOGRAPHS AND CATALOGUE PLATES OF ALL KINDS FOR PRINTING USE. ESTABLISHED 1896 EMILCOLSON&CO. ARTISTS. ENGRAVERS DESIGNERS HALFTONES,ZINC ETCHINGS COLOR PLATES OF ALL KINDS WOOD AND WAX ENGRAVINGS AND ELECTROTYPES. 155-157 E.WASHINGTON ST. CHICAGO j PLEASE MENTION THIS PAPEp J W, G. T. U. BY MRS. A. B. HUGHES, P.R On Thuraday Nov. 17, the anion met at the residence of Mrs, Pelnam Willis. Mrs. J. M. Mizzell conducted the devottou- als, reading a portion of_, Psalm 39. The roll call was answered by Scripture texts on Thanksgiving followed by talks on the things for which we are most thankful. The president's proclamation was read. As seveaal Sunday School teachers were present, who re- por...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 December 1910

hhsk?BHK1 ™r gg||gpfj - —— >rinting crip notice, Advertising is an essential to any business.... -3- —— Office of Publication on Hiram Street "The Newspaper for thbJ People" $1.00 A YEAR. IN ADVANCE Atlanta, Cass County Texas Thursday, December 1,1910 No. 16, S. W. KING NOTARY PUBLIC FOR CASS COUNTY All kinds of Notary work solicits Blanks furnished. ATLANTA. TEXAS BLISS says— - The most desirable thing in the world is Health. It insures happiness, content- ment and prosperity. Health is secured by all wh® use Bliss Native Herbs, the herbal rem- edy for biood, liver and kidneys. W Constipation—expels Ma- masters D -Jl IJLmwI r?u uiUwia laria—masters Dyspepsia—makes L I t is a tonk—a More than eight have given health to the world. A box contains 200 tablets for $1.00 and a money-hack Guarantee. Ask the Bliss agent about Bliss Native Herbs. Learn of those who used Jtbe remed^m^ym genuine is on the box. Bliss apnt is T.J. Holland a,'Route No 3 and it wan GRIPPFN COLLAPSED ON WAY TO ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 December 1910

Im THE ATLANTA NEWS By FLOYD NOBMAN ATLANTA, TEXAS Jupiter Pluvius is a bit of a tease. I ■ f ; Even a perfect climate has its of! fcayc. — ^ Any garb that is waterproof is the Call style in ipincoats. Where is the use in carrying a hob- bled woman to a dance? Cholera, like its undesirable citizens, Europe may keep at home. Sunshine is all right, but the hunt- •r's moon has its excellencies also. King Manuel thinks of coming to" the [United States, which is a very nice ttountry. Eight women's clubs at Panama. Be- tween clubs and spades the big job Will go through. N How much easier "aeroplane" would to pronoupce if we could only call It "areoplane." There are times when the "I-told- 10" man is more of a nuisance ever before. r jyou-s Khan Cuba hopes some day to get its Vtorms trained to pick bananas, but to damage shipping. It Is proposed that all the concealed weapons and their bearers be sent to the Panama canal to fortify it A professor calls for a Supreme Court of Science. Would...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 December 1910

v !# f.%r J ■Mnl 1 For the Winter States Aid in Cholera Precautions WASHINGTON.—Dr. William K. Rucker of the public health and marine hospital service, recently left Ellis island for Boston to confer with Commissioner of Immigration George B. Billings, the port medical staff and officials of the state board of health regarding the new and comprehensive plan for guarding the United States against possible danger from cholera suspects coming from Russia and Italy. This plan contemplates a sur- veillance of immigrants from the in- fected districts to their final destina- tion in the United States, even though it be in a remote settlement of the west. Surgeon General Walter Wy- man and his officers have worked -days and nights perfecting the de- tails and now believe that with the co-operation of state and municipal health authorities which they request, « cholera epidemic in the United States would be practically impos- sible. The new system/which is supple- mentary to the rigorous med...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 December 1910

llil m ■L l — ATLANTA NKWS BY FLOYD NORMAN ^ 3RIPTION 51.00 PER ANNUM at the postoffice at Atlanta as second-class mail MM DISPLAY ADVERTISING insertion per inch 10c Six months or more- - 7 l-2e j. run *nd charged for nntil discontinued. f f LOCAL ADVERTISING Each insertion, per line.— 6c Notice All advertising copy should be in this office not latter than Wednesday noon. Church and society notices are given free insertion, hut must be handed in before Wednesday. Obituaries and cards of thanks will be charged for at the rate.of 2,cents a "ne No poetry or verse accepted for " Ication, unless the editor should > into rhyme. wjuntry correspondents should get their letters in early in the week. Avoid silly neighborhood notes. If you have some important neighbor- hood happening to report, such as deaths, births, marriages, meeting. - ' WATCH FOR IT >1 ■in. 11 a* SUBSCRIBERS TO THE NEWS WILL GET IT FREE. The December Issue of Nation al Monthly Will be Mailed to All the Names on the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 December 1910

m?m\ r- & - x ■ r Carney ATTORNEY-AT-LAW cffice in Chsmblee B James A Graham Wagons sold by B. F. Ellington and Company i m W'-i' m?: % | f "p lv' ! *v ([JkjMtic; Copyright O.S, C. & Co. STYLE AND SERVICE IS WHAT YOU WANT WHEN YOU INVEST YOUR MONEY IN A SUIT OR OVERCOAT Go to the store that sells the Majestic line of Clothing. Your eyes will quickly prove to you that our line embraces all that is wanted this season in color and style fabric. The label is your warrant for satisfactory service. Be you | long or short, stout or slim, we have a special FOR YOU "R. 3. &VVuv$\ow ...& COMPANY... m NOTICE W. 0. W. All members of Atlanta camp No. 328 are it quested to be pres- ent at our next meeting which is the 2nd. Tuesday night in Dec, Time to elect officers. J. K. Murph Clerk You can realize a big saving by getting your winter suit at Kaleski's, you'll find a beautiful showing of new browns hs well as other shades. Our garments are the product of the best man- ufactures ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 December 1910

PwjfcWjjj) mmm Wf-F- ❖ MARY ROBERTS ❖ RINEHART tuumaxm by KywVre-v ttrrMCHr m* ev mtau-Mmurc* T SYNOPSIS. Miss Innes, spinster and guardian o? "* "rude and Halsey, established summer iquarters at Sunny side. Amidst nu- ous difficulties the servants deserted. :is* Innes locked up for the night, ■as startled by a dark figure on the She passed a terrible"" night, ch was filled with unseemly noises, the / morning ,Miss Inries found a link cuff" button in a clothes Gertrude and Halsey arrived Jack Baiiey. The house was awak- . by a revolver shot. A strange man , found shot to death, in the halL proved to be the body of Arnold Arm- strong. whose banker father owned the country house. Miss Innes found Hai- r's revolver on the lawn. He and Jack iley had disappeared- .The link cuff wutton mysteriously disappeared. ; De- tective Jamieson and the coroner arrived. Gertrude revealed that she was engaged to Jack Bailey, with whom she had talked in the - billiard room a few mo- menta before the mu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 December 1910

Si m m ■55 IS COMING Giant Broods Are Due With- in Short Time. the j ttea to Be Made for Birds That They May Help In the Work of De- stroying Them—Render Greatest Service. v^Wmmm s*alnst enteen-y TV -warn farmers and, orchardlsts tie resurrection of the "sev- -year locust" or "periodical dcada" that will occur in certain areas of this country next spring, a can for preserving the wild birds that destroy this pest is being issued from *" the headquarters of the National As- sociation j>t Audubon societies, says Houston Post. Two giant broods of these remarkable insects, that come vage ^orchard vegetation only incubation intervals of thirteen seventeen years, are set down by itists as due to descend upon this ent within the next six months, the birds that can be counted to eat up by thousands the in this swarming locust plague | will avail to avert serious losses in the coming season, it is declared. English sparrows, robins,* woodpeck- ers, orioles, scarlet tanagers, cuckoos, | CO...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 December 1910

A Crimen Collapsed on Way to Gallows End is Pitiable (Continued from page one.) For forty ycar^ Xht friend and counselor of Twenty *{9111: pages twice a m$ath, SO ar or SLOG.. If drawn .over the face, the oooae adjusted and the bolt drawn,'- Crippen, who weighed 140 lbs. was given a drop of several feet. Death wast instantaneous. From the time that his re- prieve was refused the physcians condition had been one of agon SAJHNJECOrVSHmEE MVCW WAftr«K• "is * T ?-f*k B. HUGHES ? ?e a good talk Z] "t'-wil dsolare my W«tairen: in tea coafr**£*fcon he was thankfnl tat none of bia- tt*ibiaiaisk ICQ! lor oar living hare about 20,000 i YEAR FOR GIRL OF 16 r New York. November 20—A girl of 16 can get along on $20,000 a year and li ve comforta • bly, according to the estimate of Mrs. Emily Landenburg, who has applied to County Judge Edgai Jachsou, at Mineola. L. I.,for that amount for her daugh- ter, Eugenia. However, tha judge reserved his decision in the case. Miss Landenburg is heir to izad ...

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