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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 18 June 1908

SilfS EW: 1 W1 Hi mi'- MONET TALES IN OUR STORE If you want the best values for your money, don't run all over town. Come to our Store. We can meet anybody's prices on Dry Goods, Shoes and Straw Hats. Don't take our word, come and see for your self. Phone your orders for groceries and feed and anything in the grocery line. The Celebrated Red River Honey E. P. HUGHES & COMPANY READ ALL THIS You Never Know the Moment When This Information May Prove of Infinite Yalue It is worth considerable to any citizen of Atlanta to know how to be cured of painful, annoying and itching pile3. Know then that Doan's Ointment is a pos- itive remedy for all itchiness of the skin, for piles, eczema, etc. One application relieves and soothes. Read this testimony of its merit: H. W. Thaxton, farmer, liv. ing just northeast of Atlanta, Texas, says: "Doan's Oint- ment was the only thing I could get to help me, though I tried different ointments and doctors besides. It was a skin trouble of some kind tha...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 18 June 1908

—- p mv FOR BREAKFAST AND LUNCH. Corn Muffins, Rolls and Cheese Sticks Will Tempt the Appetite. Southern Corn Muffins.—One pint fresh buttermilk, three-quarters pint cornmeal, two eggs, one level tea- spoonful soda, one level teaspoonful salt, butter size of a walnut. Beat the eggs together, add the buttermilk, then cornmeal, soda and salt sifted together; lastly the butter melted. If the buttermilk is sour add another level teaspoonful of soda. Heat the greased muffin tins thoroughly, then bake for 20 minutes. Sweet French Rolls.—Cream one- fourth of a cupful of butter and one- fourth cupful of sugar together and gradually beat into a pint of light sponge. Add two eggs, whites and yolks beaten separately, and flour enough to make the same thickness as before. Cover and stand in a warm place until it begins to rise; then add flour to make a soft dough and knead well. Set aside again until doubled in size, then shape like Parker house itolls. When light make three parallel crteases a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 18 June 1908

SERIAL STORY i§? Sr m -m pate? THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES a* 1 ===== By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Alitor •! "THE MAW CHANCE," ZELDA DAMERON," Etc. CopyrigiH U0 by Bobtw-M rrill Co. CHAPTER VI11^—Continued. The man I was looking for came to the door quickly in response to my knock. \ \ "Morgan—" I began. "Won't you come In and rest your- self, Mr. Glenarm?" he interrupted. "I reckon you're tired from your trip over—" "Thank you, no," I snapped. "Suit yourself, Mr. Glenarm." He seemed to like my name and gave it a disagreeable drawling emphasis. "Morgan, you are an infernal black- guard. You have tried twice to kill me—" "We'll call it that, if you like,"—and he grinned. "But you'd better cut off one for this." He lifted the gray fedora hat from 2iis head, and poked his finger through a hole In the top. "You're a pretty fair shot, Mr. Glen- arm. The fact about me is,"—and he winked,—"the honest truth is, I'm all out of practice. Why, sir, when I saw ypu paddling out on the lake this aft...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 18 June 1908

IS! THE ATLANTA NEWS SUBSCRIPTION §1.00 PER ANNUM Jno. L. Lovelace A, Fred Lovelace Publishers. Entered at the postoffice at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail matter A monthly trade day for At- lanta with prizes offered for the best in products, stock and poul- try would be a good thing for Atlanta. As a rule the mer- chants ami farmers need to get closer together. : DISPLAY ADVERTISING Single insertion per inch 10c Six months or more .7 l-2c All ads. run 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 Thursday. Obituaries and cards of thanks will bp charged for at the rate of 2 cents a line, • ixo poetry or verse accepted for publication, unlesB "the editor should drop into rhyme. .Country correspondents should get their letters in early in the week. Avoid silly neighborhood...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 25 June 1908

wm mwm~ Kg n i - liBllPllSlfi SIS i®S®l • L I gg W m m — LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors 1 "The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. VIII Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday. June 25, 1908 No. 45 * REPLY TO JUDGE TURNER Judge Turner, in his reply to my circular letter issued some time ago, says I do not state all his record and that I misrepresent what I do state. - I did not give his record in Civil Cases, because the respective litigants pay the cost of Civil litigation, while the TAX PAYERS pay the cost of Criminal trials I would not know ingly misrepresent Judge Turner's record for the office to which I aspire. I give below the style of each case in which he has been reversed, and the book and page where the same may be found, except the three last cases which have not yet come out in the bound volumes. The report of each one of these cases can be found in the Southwestern Reporter in volume and on page indichted. Vol. page —from Bowie, Murder 77 8...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 25 June 1908

PSSi?i Useless Society. Mrs. Jones often declared that she enjoyed a little chat with their fish- dealer because he was a man of such original ideas, but one day, says Lon- don Opinion, she returned from mar- ket somewhat puzzled by his remarks. "I said to him, just in the way of conversation," declared Mrs. Jones, "that I had heard that a man becomes Bite that with which he most associ- ates. 44'That's ridiculous, Mrs. JonesV he StoSWBrBcl. 'I've been a fishmonger •II my life and can't swim a yard.'" It*# Everywhere. The Huts of the poor, the Halls of the rich, neither exempt from some form of itch; laps a distinction may be made in the name, But the rich and the poor must scratch just the same. O, why should the children of Adam endure An affliction so dreadful, when Hunt's Cure does cure? All forms of itching. Guaranteed. INTUITION. Fortune Teller—You will shortly meet with an accident. Victim—How did you know I owned an automobile? A GOOD INCOME ASSURED, in- creasing value guara...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 25 June 1908

■ m- i W; ■ mt ' I /: QUEEN OF ACTRESSES PRAISES PE-RU-NA. %®t m mm ::, REMEDIES AT HAND MI83 JULIA MARLOWE. "/ am glad to write my endorse• ment of the great remedy, Peruna. I do so most heartily. "—Julia Marlowe* Any remedy that benefits digestion strengthens the nerves. The nerve centers require nutrition. If the digestion is impaired, the nerve centers become anemic, and nervous debility is the result Peruna Is not a nervine nor a stimulant It benefits the nerves by benefiting digestion. Peruna frees the stomach of ca- tarrhal congestions and normal diges- tion is the result. In other words, Peruna goes to the bottom of the whole difficulty, when the disagreeable symptoms disappear. Mrs. J. C. Jamison, Wallace, CaL, writes: "I was troubled with my stomach for six years. Was treated by three doctors. They said that I had nervous dyspepsia. I was put on a liquid diet for three months. MI improved under the treatment, but as soon as I stopped taking the medicine, I got bad again. "...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 25 June 1908

Ills gjswpe % ^ -15 —- Davie-Chambiee Wednesday afternoon at 7 o'- clock, at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Chamblee, in the presence of the family, other relatives and a select coterie of friends, Mr. D V Davie of Macon, Georgia at.d Miss Bernice Chamblee were united in marriage. Rev. J L Mahan of the Bap- tist church officiated in the hap- py event. The bride and groom were the recipients of a num ber of beautiful presents. They left immediately after the ceremony for their home in G eorgia. followed by the best fishes of a hostof friends. Mr. Davie is said to be of a good family and possessed of good business qualifications. Miss Bernice is so Weli known here, all are her graces, charms and accomplishments are so rare that they need no praise by the News. Iv.*. % • James & Graham Wagon sold by H* F. Ellington & O ——————EMas—i IHII11"i" ■? . u j jw_'agwy« mwMa c« gKanjjuiuiLj iwiwt,.--awt^j^uunimn — «i '' * v,/' a State Prohibition L. T. L. The L....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 25 June 1908

••• m /|| • 48 9 Good Reading Uampaign Year,' State, Na- li©n;il and maybe Prohibition. Bailey Issue Involved in Nat- idhal be legate Convention, in Legislative, Contests and in At- torney General liace. It will be an excituig time, a:id it has begun already. Read a reliable trustworthy, democratic newspaper, the only one that has consistently stood by Governor Campbell, ihe champiou of G overnmen t gu ara n - tee of Bank Deposits, the sup- porter of Joe Baile ?, the adyo cate of William J- Bryan, and always the plain people's reli- ance—The Ft. Worth Record, Semi-Weekly. Clubbing rates with this paper are as follows: One year, both papers, 1 75. Six months, botli p apers, 90c The Record alone, one year, $1 six months', 50c; three months, 25c. Subscribe now and keep up with the campaign. Seldom Wear Out Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain -Pills relieve pain—not only once, but as many- times as it is necessary to take them. Many persons who suffer from chronic ailments find in them a source of gre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 25 June 1908

mam, THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS.. Publishers ATLANTA, - - - - TEXAS Do those Merry Widow hats cost as much as they are big? That Chicago baby with a $1,000 cra- dle will have to have a $100 rattle to go with it, of course. South Africa is adopting American machinery, with the exception of the American political machine. Looking at the price of wheat re- minds us that if we were a farmer we shouldn't complain of hard times. *1 wish to preserve my life from the importunity of fools," says Mme. Anna Gould. Now, isn't she near-sighted? Some of Britain's most cherished theories are liable to become warped before its troubles in India are over. Automobilists, of course, can not notch their guns, for guns are forbid- den. But they might keep a record on the side of the car. Blessed, blessed season; all too brief, when it is no longer necessary to run the furnace Are, and the lawn doesn't require to be mowed! Japan's emperor hs given Count Okuma $15,000 for Waseda university. This kind ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 25 June 1908

is i : ®fe. PP lll'"^If£l>^ I £*.:y K ^.^'X - PI Ifc M Round the Capital Information and Gossip Picked Up Here and There in Washington. Sixtieth Congress Ends First Session WASHINGTON.—With the passing of an emergency currency meas- ure and a few remaining appropria- tion bills, the first session of the Six- tieth congress has passed into his- tory. What Speaker Cannon calls "the mill" was well nigh choked with would-be legislation that was crammed into the hopper during the session. There have been bills of all varieties, shades and sizes. Bills for the regulation of nearly everything under the sun have been introduced. Notwithstanding the diminishing rev- enues and the warnings that the treas- f ury was facing an almost certain def- icit there was no abatement of the clamor for appropriations. If all the appropriations asked for had been / granted the government debt would be multiplied tenfold. "If we had put through one-third of the bills that were offered us," said a -promin...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 25 June 1908

m-' THE ATLANTA NEWS SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER ANNUM !— Jno. L. Lovelace a. Fred Lovelace Publishers. Entered at the postofflce at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail matter Corn $1.00, cash, $1.50 on time. It frightens us! There is still time to plant peas for feed. Cut out the buy- ing of hay, corn and meat the coming year. DISPLAY ADVERTISING Single insertion per inch — 10c Six months or more? 7 l-2c All ads. run and charged for until ordered discontinued. LOCAL ADVERTISING Each insertion, per line —5c Why not vote for the submis- sion of the prohibition question to the people? It is democratic to let the people decide these questions. Notice m 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 Thursday. Obituaries and cards of thanks will b« charged for at th© nrtft'of 2 cents a line, jno poetry or verse accepted for publication, unless .the editor should drop into rhyme. Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 2 July 1908

il®s = LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE . " " ; Vol. VIII Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, July 2, 1908 No. 46 m " t- ; jCv„ NOTICE Saturday, July the FOURTH being a legal holiday, this Bank will be closed. Kindly govern yourself accordingly. And while the spirit of patriotism is at a high pitch during the celebration of the Glorious Fourth, don't forget that it is al- so patriotic to patronize the Atlanta Na- tional Bank. They will appreciate your account whether large or small. The Atlanta National Bank Atlanta, Texas P. C. WILLIS, Cash. L. F. ALLDAY, Pres. * r\ :v" m Young Mail Young Woman! Young man, young woman, have you the money yon need? Jf you have not, how are your prosjjectii for letting it? Do you want a good home, supplied with good booKs, beautiful pic- tures ruch carpets, warmth and light, education, wholesome food, social culture, pleasant companions, broad development of your faculties, to travel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 2 July 1908

mP^rWf' n HOT ONIONS FOR PNEUMowiA. AFTERNOON DRESSES FOR LOVERS OF GOOD THINGS. Dread Disease Robbed of Its Terrors by Simple Remedy. msmm - ;*r; W- Owing to the prevalence of pneu- monia and the great mortality which attends its ravages during the winter and spring, several boards of health in northern New Jersey have been tak- ing measures to protect the citizens of their towns from the disease. The health beard of Washington, N. J., has published a remedy which is said to be a sure cure for pneumonia, and other health boards are looking into the matter with a view of having the same thing published for the good of the general public. This is the pub- lication as it has appeared in the pa- pers of Washington: "Take six or ten onions, according to size, and chop fine, put in a large spider over a hot fire, then add the same quantity of rye meal and vine- gar enough to form a thick paste. In the meanwhile stir it thoroughly, let- ting it simmer five or ten minutes. Then put in a co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 2 July 1908

IfgSS • SB! dM ■/ FRUIT SALADS NOW DAY OF DELICIOUS COMBINATION IS HERE. Strawberry Makes Excellent Combina- tion with Nearly Every Other Fruit on' the List—Apple with Celery and Mayonnaise. The strawberry brings to the mind ,of dainty cooks the deiicions fruit salads that they have loved long since and lost awhile in favor of vegetable and meat concoctions. ! The Englisk do not combine the .fruit and vegetable salads as the .French chefs do, and the best Ameri- can cooks are tending to keep the trait salad as a dainty dish by itself, .which can almost take the place of lices or sweets on the spring and sum- mer lunch table. Strawberries are delicious in fruit .salad, and strange as it seems to meet this familiar fruit on the table with- out the usual accompaniment of cream and sugar, it is very popular in the new form and is combined with nearly every other fruit in the list. A grapefruit is especially good with strawberries. The core and fiber of the grapefruit is removed after th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 2 July 1908

- - -A- • il R EGTORY Ooimty JUSTICE COURT Precinct 7. Meets Tuesday before the fourth Wednesday in each month. W. F. Cameron, J P S.T. Deason, Constable E. Newt Spivey, County Atty. Cass County Relief ; Association mee ts on or about the 10th of January —in each year. P. A. Turner, District Judge. Horace W. Vaughau, District Atty Elmer Browm,- District Clerk. Court meets at Linden First Mon- day in February and fourth Monday in August. "[ ; , / V. D. Class, County Judge, - E. Newt Spivey, County Attorney. I. E. Lanier, County Clerk. W. C. BlSloek, Sheriff. L. C. Weaver, Tax Collector. Cicero Harper, Tax Assessor. Q. W. Florence, County Treasurer A. O. QHiyer, Jr., County Surveyor €■* ■- <• 'r^ '«* • Lodges A.F.& A.M. Blue Lodge No, meets every 2nd Saturday night in each month. W. F. Cameron, Master, A. Miles, Secretary. Chapter — Meets Thursday night following 3nd Saturday in each month W. F. Cameron, H. P.; A. Miles, Sec. K. of P. Castle Hall, Lodge No. 116 meets every firs...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 2 July 1908

m m Auu-; • -e-vK >**& ii$k v\\ ,U«I .«£^ Long Life Good Health FOUND IN THE PALMETTO For countless ages the sick and enfeebled have journeyed to the far away Palmetto forests in search of health and strength. Every season of the year will find thousands of these so-called incurables walking, riding and sleeping in the balmy, medicinally charged atmosphere of these wonderfully health-giving, life=preserving trees. They burn the dried leaves and inhale the invigorating fumes; they steep its berries and drink the exhilarating broth. THESE, PEOPLE GET WELL. I have seen it with my own eyes. It is no unusual sight to see newcomers discard their wheeled chairs and throw away their canes in one short week's-time. I have seen the same things happen from the use of Palmetto Compound. It contains all the medicinal qualities of the Palmetto. It is made from the rich and nutritious sap (or life blood) which sustains almost eternal life in this wonderful evergreen plant. The root, the bar...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 2 July 1908

•V'- ' ■a THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS.. Publishers ATLANTA, - • ■ - TEXAS WM: S A A High Philosophy. Few women have the tall man's chance to overlook the world; but the girls who work in the top stories of the new Singer building in New York cught to become possessed of a fine type of philosophy, if the proverbial Mrd's-eye view can give it. Forty- seven stories in the air—660 feet a.bove the street—familiar sights are strange. First, one notices that every- body looks like everybody else. The crowds of eager human beings throng- ing the streets of the city are reduced to mere scrambling ants, whose pur- jioSe in life is to live—neither more Itor less. Diamonds and velvets, rags and dirt disappear from view. But the passion to keep on crawling about «.nd climbing up and down is seen to rule all alike—a strange passion, capa- ble of sweeping up wealth and sex and i;enius in its universal grasp. Six hundred feet above the street one sees the works of man's hands as at once marvelou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 2 July 1908

m wm mmik M \l. PEOPLE TALKED ABOUT Mtm, CORNERED CORN MARKET James A. Patten, who distinguished himself on the Chicago grain market a few years ago by a corner in oats, has just completed a cor- ner in corn in which he is said to have cleared all the way from $1,000,000 to $2,000,000. In his former effort in the cornering line, Patten bought in all the oats that were offered at an average price of 38 cents, and at one time he had as much as 10,000,000 bushels on hand. When the trade required oats for actual use, Patten would be quite willing to dispose of some of his holdings at 44 cents; and several million bushels changed hands at that figure. He was continually buying, too, and whenever the mar- ket began to sag he would buy a few hundred thousands or a million or two as seemed to be necessary. He had sized up the situation and, being convinced that there would be a shortage, he was not afraid to be left with an immense amount of grain on hand. Even when the government re- port ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 2 July 1908

THE ATLANTA NEWS SUBSCRIPTION *1.00 PER ANNUM Jtto. L. Lovelace a, Fbed Lovelace Publishers. . % Entered at the postofflce at Atlanta. Texas, as second-class mail matter DISPLAY ADVERTISING Single insertion per inch 10c Six months or more 7 l-2c All ads. run and charged for nntil 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 Thursday. Obituaries and cards of thanks will b* charged for at thej*ate/>f 2tcents a line, jno poetry or verse accepted for publication, unless I,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, meetings, etc., send it in; if not, do not write. HNNODNCEMENT& All names appearing in jfi i...

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