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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 15 December 1910

* i- HBapaSa AH §§•& • >' Job Printing •f every descrip in ah*rt notice. is m e« nU ! to any businew.^1 i-4 *®§m us Office of Publication on Hiram Street "The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAR'IN ADVANCE Vol. XI Atlanta. Cass County Texas Thursday, Uecember 15,1910 L_— —i - . '* No. 18 - . -v; ; E. W. KING NOTARY PUBLIC FOR CASS COUNTY All kinds of Notary work solid t ed Blanks famished. ATLANTA. TEXAS IMPROVED ORDER OF ■ED MEN IX TEXAS 3.3V. mes- auCTA «r !'"?>■ .i;' • gp? ■ Sl§ slSSi I I I v • -&f Wmm TO SUPPORT NATIONAL IN- DIAN MONUMENT.- . Washington, Dec. 14—The Red Men of Texas are giving support to the movement to erect • gigantic memorial to the Amer- ican Indian in New York Har- bor, and many of the prominent Tribes in the States have passed resolutions supporting the pro- ject and pledged their active co- operation with Rodman Wan- amaker, of Philadelphia, with whom the idea of a memorial to the "vanish race" originated. The biil providing for this me- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 15 December 1910

- 7 . If M. tE ATLANTA NEWS By fLOYD NORMAN TEXA^ £ Si Dont abase the weather man. ■ a long farewell to the ice- weather brings out fine birds s hats. ' v" ; O ~ Some men make good money, but little of it sfe' • k ▲ thrdhe upheld by bayonets is sure fee fall sooner or/later. Aviators are pulling down some rich prizes from the upper air. women down to census re- we are against padding. However, the undertakers have Hot yet begun^subsidizing football. As a Juggernaut the aeroplane is running the automobile a mighty close race. Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters if Especial Moment to the Progressive Agriculturist fin' A western farmer extinguished a blaze in his kitchen with milk. Enough said. ■ -■■■-■ ■ i i ■ We've come to the conclusion that' autumn has spring beaten forty ways from the jack. In an aeroplane race there seems to be no such possibility as betting on a sure thing. 7" . Here Is where the foolhardy man begins a dangerous intimacy with the pneum...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 15 December 1910

WW&L AS USUAL. se ROBERTS ❖ HINEHART 'lUUdTRATlOilS BY MCHTMM «V aoam$-IUMUUlc+ T 'v SYNOPSIS. «& 13 • Ir Miss Innes, spinster and guardian of ■Gertrude and Halsey, established summer headquarters at Sunnyside. Amidst nu- merous difficulties the servants deserted. As Miss Innes locked up for the night, •he was startled by a dark figure on the veranda. She passed a terrible night, which was filled with unseemly noises. In the morning Miss Innes found a etrange link cuff button in a clothes hamper. Gertrude and Halsey arrived with Jack Bailey. The house was awak- ened by a revolver shot. A strange mail was found shot to death, in the hall. It proved to be the body of Arnold Ann- Strong, whose banker father owned the country house. Miss Innes found Hal- sey's revolver on the lawn. He ana Jack Bailey had disappeared. The link cuff button mysteriously disappeared. De- tective Jamieson and the coroner arrived. Gertrude revealed that she was engaged to Jack Bailey, with whom she ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 15 December 1910

I BSss "v-::fl &■ the atlanIa NT Wis] BY FLOYD NORMAN SUBSCRIPTION fl.QO PER ANNUM N i ■; Entered at the postofflco at Atlanta Texas, ad second -clasa mail = 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. j Church and society notices are given free irwertion, but must be handed in before Wednesday. Obituaries and cards of thanks will be charged for at the rate of 2 cents a line. No poetry or verse accepted for publication, unless the editor should drop into rhyme. Country correspondents should get their letters In early ip the week. Avoid silly neighborhood notes. If you have some important neighbor- hood happening to report, such as deaths, births, marriages, meeting. What is worth more to a town than a good newspaper, an In- dustrial League and a wide a-wake ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 15 December 1910

Wzam -•■mm rrW— — :rnr*-" SIP fig^ ^/.yi%;: *: 8 BEAUTIFUL CHRISTMAS e « « • 0 • TVo trouble to make selections when yon view tlie magniiicierit assortment of holiday goods now on display at C. W.Newkirks Drug- Store Our stock consists of almost everything Irom tlie cheapest toy for the little fellow to the most expensive useful articles for grown op folks. ' We have a much greater variety of the better^grade of holiday goods than wo have eve)' had any previous season and you will have no trouble in selecting! a handsome useful Christmas Present for your love ones and at prices in strict harmony with your purse Our attractions will not only insure a pleasure in buying but will give the greatest joy m receiving. Come and view our stock wnether it to look or buy. We have anticipated your wants and a cordial welcome awaits you. Remember that each 5c purchase gives you a chance at the handsome little Automobile Free, , ' 4 C. W. AT JL, ANTA DRUGGISTS TEXAS • pE i-; W. MP TIME TABLE T.&a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 15 December 1910

EH • ->jxm w? pfec* IE past tew years has witnessed the de-j velcprnent of a unique activity, the pur ! pose of which is to satisfy public curios- ity regarding men and women who are prominent in one or another of the con- spicuous walks of life. This particularly _ ^ up-to-date vocation might be denominat- edTrT" "snap-shotting" of celebrities, which means the making of instantaneous photographs of the people who are temporarily or permanently in the public eye and whose personal appearance is conse- quently a matter of interest to the people of all parta of the country. Few newspaper readers who take delignt in the mass of pictures spread nowadays over every prlnt- W page, ever stop to reflect what a comparatively short time ago it was that first saw such embellish- ment of the chronicle of the day's happenings. Most M our readers can doubtless remeftiber distinctly the time when pictures were unknown in their favor- ite newspaper, and even after crude cuts began to make their ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 15 December 1910

rSflBESgg ISlSiiS McLean Met Hi Match. John R. McLean stepped in front of a lurching Irishman one evening and ■™™|bt)8tructed the sidewalk so that the Irishman was obliged to stop and look him. McLean said: "Here'8 that half dollar I borrowed of you. Now you must quit telling the neighbors that I never pay my debts." Half drunk, and wholly dazed, the Irishman took the silver piece, looked at it intently, and then said: "Be dad, jez can't get off thot aisy. It wor a whole dollar that yea borryd; so fork over." And he forked over another half dollar, and went his way, laughing heartily at the quick wit of the Irish- man.—Illustrated Sunday Magazine. :W Couldnt Be Thankful. Bishop Charles W. Smith at a har- vest dinner in Portland said of the harvest Bpirit: "The harvest spirit is one of thank- fulness, but there are some crabbed old farmers who couldn't be thankful if they tried. "1 said £o such an old fellow as he conducted me over his farm on a gold- en autumn afternoon and showed m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 15 December 1910

V kISSES^ PP| i f ." ' "- ' P Palli &®#&)C< i c- . '■ '•"> >« ' m' ';i 91 •" s m ski W. H. ERAMBERT & SON <§OOU §S>Ug|je2tt0tXi3 Collars All New Styles All Kinds Ladies Hats All Wool Dress Goods All Wool Head Scarfs All Silk Head Scarfs All Wool Blankets Ladies Sweaters All Kind Belting All Kind Gloves All Kind Belts All Silk Veils Ladies Coats Hand Bags Belt Pins ' Collar Pins Hair Braids Hair Puffs Caxid? Greets you with great reductions on Mens and Boys suits, Ladies and Misses coats and Infants coats. Get yourself and family some- thing to keep them warm and in memory of Xmas, and after Xmas. We solicit your business on the merit of our goods and honest ~ dealings, one price to all and the Iron Clad guarantee as repre- sented or your money back. New Line Serge Suits Just in. We have added all kinds of fancy Groceries you need for your Xmas cooking and can deliver them to you promptly. 100 pair of Ladies and Misses Heavy Shoes only 98 cents per pair. (g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 December 1910

"• T- ^r"'TtP 5 ggsi H': <1 "V.:*t : • 1 ;"'. -• lys? * « Z - '5 £&,: f Job Printing of «**ry dieacrip in rfusrt notice, ■Jr — Advertising is an essential to any business..ii Office of Publication on Hiram Street I nil All*Ti I.fft II4 if' I "The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE ■—— Vol, XI Atlanta, Cass County Texas Thursday, December 29,1910 No. 20 E. W. KING NOTARY PUBLIC FOR CASS COUNTY 411 kinds of Notary work solidte Blanks furnished. ■■ 1! List Your Land ATLANTA. TEXAS 1 BOYS' SPEND- ING MONEY. With only a little money to in vest, you can get only a few things, therefore be sure to get the things you most need and desire. Compare the value to you of the different things yoo can get before deciding on p.ny one of them. This is one rule you will do well to remember, and there are two others which i believe to be of equal import- ance. The first of the&e is: Do not spend all your money. Keep a little on hand always. There ma*, of course, be times when...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 December 1910

JF YOU HAVE no appetite, Indigestion, Flatu! Headache, "all run down" or losing Tuft's |ust what you need. They tone up the PATENTS W AtsoB Coleman, w ington.D.C. Books free. Hlsrl* est references. Best Directory THE ATLANTA NEWS ill By FLOYD NOKYUN ATLANTA,, TEXAS Precipitation is aviation's worst •my. Airships have not yet filed freight tariffs. v Winter is looking over the fence at us. Nicaragua gives signs of refusing to stay put "The hobble skirt is passing," says A fashion note. But slowly, of course. One of the requisites of an aero- plane flight is a check for a good-sized amount. - One of the shocking new plays brought out in New York is named "Electricity.'' The thumping of the steam pipes in le early morning means more noise tut not more heat Chinese officials must give up theii jobs or their queues. The latter will naturally have to go. ■ A London scientist has invented a sure cure for a cold. So has every- body else in the world. A Hoosier dentist has planned a •tooth i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 December 1910

T'MZTS: Fluffy Neck Pieces wmm |l|t|l. >>; ROBERTS 6 WTNTHAIlT nmm/wom BY -RfW^^ eweKWAW.sy imntMa/ra, f ■ gS£rij j I • • I f. pr r. 5 ■ M Wm S§! ?. >fr IlKlifc SYNOPSIS. Miss Innes. spinster and guardian of Gertrude and Halsey, established summer headquarters at Sunnyside. Amidst nu- merous difficulties the servants deserted. As Miss Innes locked up for the night she was startled by a dark figure on the veranda. Unseemly noises disturbed her during the night. In the morning Miss Innes found a strange link cuff-button in « hamper. Gertrude and Halsey arrived ■with Jack Bailey. The house was awak- ened by a revolver shot and Arnold Arm- strong was found shot to ddath in the hall. Miss Innes found Halsey's revolver on the lawn. He and Jack Bailey had dis- appeared. The link cuff-button mysteri- ously disappeared. Detective Jamieson arrived. Gertrude revealed she was en- gaged to Jack Bailey, with whom she talked in the billiard room a few mo- ments before the-murder. Jamieson...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 December 1910

' Hib" alga THE ATLAXT* N LW.h BY FLOYD NORMAN SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER ANNUM II.! | .„ | - Entered at the postoffice at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail \ DISPLAY ADVERTISING Biagie insertion per inch... .......10c Six months or more 7 l-2c All ads. ran and charged for nntil ordered discontinued. LOCAL ADVERTISING Each insertion, per line 5c Notice J 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 2 cents 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. . ..... Mfe K w An old gentleman of eighty- two, who has never allowed a razor to touch his...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 December 1910

mmm / 3 ATTORNEY-AT-LAW office iri Chamblee Building ^r'-v 'Ay James & Graham Wagons sold by B. F. Ellington To Our Customers m s p&,- KM We extend to our customers and friends our hearty thanks for past favor and your liberal patronage, together with our sincere wishes for a very vA -"?vospevQ<v& "Ke\ "\JeaT # H i m 9 2 Smith 'w-y W;/# '$ ' '7* p^r A • i" • . • ~ _ - ~ PRSERVER 1 LIQUID SMOKE f £ ,, >/• - jga - Preserves meat more effectu- ally than the old fashioned wood smoke. Gives it a delicious fla- vor (that hocfcory taste). Keeps the meat sweet through the hot- test month's of the year. Pre- vents the, attack of flies and skippers. It is entirely pure and wholesome. Guaranteed under the U. S. food aqd drug act June BO 1906, Sold by B. P. Ellington & Co, m 3® The Program rendered by the little folks Saturday night at the Baptist Church was much enjoy- ed by all and most especially the children when old Santa made his appearance. The News would be glad to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 December 1910

v\ M H tM s WF: i'& 5 i i Sir A A WOMAN AIRSHIP BUILDER Thousands of persons pass daily a dingy build- ing in Twenty-third street, New York city, with- out ever so much as dreaming that up in its loft there is a woman with tireless brain at work on the great problem of conquering the air. One need not be unduly surprised at this, as women have invaded most of man's territory, anyway. Miss E. Lillian Todd is no newcomer in the field, yet she is the only woman builder of airships, and it is in the loft mentioned that she does all her planning. Visitors admitted to the place soon learn to watch out. If they do not they are sure to be hit in the nose by some cardboard model which the ardent Miss Todd sends whizzing across the room with a rubber-band motor. Miss Todd began serious work on a biplane about two years ago which was In successful flight on the Aviation field at MIneoIa recently. "I don't care to say just what I'm working toward," she says, in answer to a question, "but wh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 December 1910

/' V wm.m CURETHATCOLD sm "I would rather preserve the health HSSS ef a nation than b« Its ruler."—MU3i« YON. 1111 Thousands of people who are suffering with eolds are about today. Tomorrow they may be prostrated with penumonia. Ah ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Get a 23 cent bottle of Mun- yon's Cold Care at the nearest drug store. This bottle may be conveniently carried in the vest pocket. If you are not satisfied with the effects of the rem- -«dy, send us your empty bottle and ws will refund your money. Munvon's Cold Cure will speedily break up all forma of colds and prevent grippe and pneumonia. It checks discharges of the nose and eyes, sneezing, allays inflammation ana ?er, and tones up the system. If you need Ibiedical Advice, write to Munyon's Doctors. They will carefully diapnose your case ana advise you by mail, absolutely free. Prof. Munyon, 63d and Jefferson streets, Philadelphia, Pa. 1M"57"Vr Kidney trouble preys A ^ upon the mind, dlscour- A ages and les...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 December 1910

S|^.|ggp > '$&&& ■ : r „— KPii To Our Customers..... § Pi?-: We extend to our customers and friends our hearty thanks for past favor and your liberal patronage, together with our sincere wishes for a. very T?VOS$fcVO<VS *Kw "VJeax Ci\$ "Book S\ove CTHTRTIISITIMIAIS BLISS says— The most desirable thing in the world is Health. It insures happiness, content- ment and prosperity. Health is secured by all who nse Bliss Native Herbs, the herbal rem- edy for blood, liver and kidneys. It banishes Rheumatism—over- comes Constipation—expels Ma- laria—masters Dyspepsia— makes rich, red blood. It is a tonic—a health-bolder. More than eight million boxes have given health to the world. A box contains 200 tablets for $1.00 and a money-back Guarantee. Ask the Bliss agent about Bliss Native Herbs. Learn of those who have used the remedy in your neighborhood. Buy a box today ana be heafehy. None genuine unless my portrait is on the box. The authorized Bliss agent is For sale by T. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 12 January 1911

i\ - * v pp "1v * \ • V ■'"' . \ '"\ . P | ,V" Ji " •-!.- „ f p .ffccTm. .sp fK 1*11 3* ^ ; Job Printing I f >f every descrip in short notice. fev-' p| ' rfft l|g g Office (Sf Publication on Hiram Street Vol. XI KING 4a ARY PUBLIC FOR CASS COUNTY of Notary work solicit i Blank* furnished. ATLANTA TEXAS ILLATION OF ■ i v I ^ f m fazm 1 ®I - I Advertising p|P is an essentiai to any business The NewspaPsS ,for the People " $1.00 A YEARriN ADVANCE Atlanta, Cass County Texas Thursday, January 12.1911 No. 22 :© The First National Bank Atlanta, Texas ===== A. COBREtiriON = Tuesday night Jan 10, Attont* No 328 and Grove No 249 joint installations, \vhh invited guests All met in W, O. W. Hall, io witness installing ceremonies Ir. Joe McCtung wa9 install- officer for the Camp, and K. Y. Salmon installing oflr for thr Circle. The following were isftalled: Camp No. 328. Joe B. McW illiams, Coun- cil Commander; W. L Jett Ad- viser Lieutenant; J. K Murph Clerk; J. M Baucum, Banker; D. E Ban cu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 12 January 1911

41*. - THE ATLANTA NEWS By FLOYD NORMAN ATLANTA. TEXAS =P Charity—which Is love for human- ity—is still the greatest of the three virtues. London Is reinforcing its meat sup- ply with refrigerated monkey car casses from Peru. British medical experts want insan- ity made the basis for divorce. And some will say "ain't it great to be crazy!" With aeroplanes falling from the clouds, and automobiles blowing chauf- feurs into trees, this is truly an un- settled time. « Natural ice has been almost entire- ly absolved of the charge of harbor* ing fever germs. These little pets de- test cold feet Somehow we can't get real good and scared over the announcement that a new counterfeit $100 bill is in circulation. It cost'an Ohio farmer $14.25 for at- tempting to kiss his neighbor's wife. Near kisses are as costly as one seal- ed and /delivered. The population of New York state is nearly 10,000,000, but there is still plenty of room to get around there without touching elbows. Notwithstanding t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 12 January 1911

W BREEDING FOR SUMMER EGGS SHED FOR MANURE SPREADER IS Farmer Who Has Part of Flock Lay- ing In Winter and Rest in Hot Weather Makes Money. (By M. C. CLINTON.) Nearly everybody wants winter eggs, but why not have our hens lay through the summer months as well? Chickens of a good many breeds hatch in February, and ought to be? gin laying the latter part of June or early in July, just when the winter layers are going off the job. Pullets that commence laying about this time are not likely to moult very heavily the first year, and if they are well cared for they will lay right along through the summer months and well into the winter. Of course, the demand for eggs is much heavier in the winter than the summer, but then, too, the supply is greater. The farmer's wife who will have part of her flocks laying during the summer months, will find she can arrange with customers in town to supply them with eggs all the year around at a fixed price. This is the kind of egg business which pays be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 12 January 1911

mr I i I \ mmam mSm%; - , wtQ? * *Sgr .v.--; ;;^%y. 5 . \ p tm. .v.-v&a 4 ' SEE \ CITY PANTATORIUM The Place Where First Class Work Is Done. I Clean and Press all kinds of Goods. Ladies' Skirts and Tailor Suits a Specialty. Do all kinds of Die Work I am agent for-the Sherman Laundry and will call for and deliver all goods. Give me your business, I will treat you right All Work Guaranteed. K. MURPH PHONE 55 © THE ATLANTA NEWS BY FLOYD NORMAN SUBSCRIPTION #1.00 PER ANNUM Entered at the postoffice at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail ^DISPLAY ADVERTISING Single insertion per inch - 10c Six months or more -.7 l-2c gAll ads. run and charged for until ordered discontinued. LOCAL ADVERTISING Each insertion, per line.— — Notice ..5c 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. TObituarles and cards nr thanks will be charged for at theratejof 2'cents a line. No ...

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