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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 12 January 1911

tsestaok Carney & Graham Wagons sold ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Chamfriee Buildin SELLS BOY TOBACCO PAYS FINE OF $33.50 —Q To Our Subscribers: MmSj T)oa1\ GuevVooVv that subscription. If you are in arrears re- member that we can always find good use for WvcTdotvc^- m # § # i B 0 1 B m i Liwis Miles, \ Dallas. returned Grandpa this week. Jett is quite sick for Catch the Drift | TOO AGTIVfc j .Writing !• Net but an Extremely k Art jjHj • It if not only a question of some {books to-day being too 'liigV—it ii a question of books, high or low, to- day being too many. A 'man who write is yet often a prolific of printed matter in books and papers. If he has been some- or knows something or has , of something, that is enough printing press is ready. It is just ai if an intelligent or. well in- formed man who admires a land- scape or knows the features of a striking face were forthwith to get a box of colors and a camel's hair brush and, withont any idea of painting, proceed to make a danb and send...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 12 January 1911

m mm Mm ifcv '* 2C® i I ■ 11 •/£•>. | Pi $4- Sp<*- f'.l, :S,7 -• * ^ aSfs *• life *pjB t f .;v- \ y ; - *': ■ ; ly* ...•■■llll Impressive American Possibilities ASHINGTON.—Census facts, tre- mendous as they are, fall short, as an appeal to the Imagination, of the possibilities which they suggest and clearly point out. What is, how- ever, vast, is dwarfed by what may Ibe. The three southern Btates of New England—Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island—are found to have * little more than 5,000,000 inhabi- tants. They do not seem to be near their limit of growth. The area of these three states is only 14,555 square miles. It is equal to less than one-half of one per cent, of the area of the United States, not including Alaska or the island possessions of the republic. / If the entire country were popu- lated as Massachusetts, Connecticut and Rhode Island are, there would be more than 1,000,000,000 people In the United States—about two-thirds as many as there are on the earth...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 12 January 1911

Decoration for Fur Hats |H& home milliner has been able to find a turban cov- ered with fur of almost any description and almost any shape. The matter of trim- ming it at home is a prob- lem of easy solution. Fur turbans are not exactly trimmed—they are dec- orated. The soft shapes, made without wire, carry bows, rosettes or motifs, applied flat to the body of the hat; or tinsel and- silk roses, a smart cockade or an aigrette fastened on with an or- nament, all easy to procure and the trimming easy of accomplishment. Fashion permits the trimming to be placed anywhere, from back to front, at the sweet will and sense of style possessed by the wearer. ' Where the tin-ban is made by cover- to* a buckram shape with fur, plumes CHECKED SILK WAIST. r-: ■ m This most attractive waist is of Ahecked old blue and white foulard, with pretty yoke of old blue cashmere. The gulmpe, undersleeves, and frills •re of white tulle. The girdle is of plain blue liberty. _i THE NEW SHOE BUCKLES Cut 8te...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 12 January 1911

sSwsuaj - S 4 "\ Do you know that you can send a Telegram from your own Telephone, either prepared or to be collected from the addressee at any tifrie, day or night, Sunday and Holidays, by asking "Central" for "Western Union"? If the local Telegraph office is closed, you will be connected with a nearby all-night office of the Western Union, in which event, in case of a prepaid telegram, you will be required to pay the telephone as well as the telegraph charges. In case of a telegram to be forwarded "collect" the charges to be paid by the addressee, it is required that you will guarantee the tolls of both com- panies should the addressee refuse payment. The Western Union Telegraph Company and The Southwestern Telegraph & Tel- ephone Company are increasing the scope of usefulness of the wires and ask for a patronage in bringing about the development The Sovi\\v\ es\eYW Company W. C. T. U. / w BY MRS. A. B. HUGHES P. R. The first meeting of the year was held January 5, at the rea-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 June 1911

*TJ?i:. -jS- vS' Jv£? v wfcBa. flF * «; - Jr*" <* **sV" ::3& ■ X-'V t N" iilps VT/ %«# Vol. XI Atlanta, Cass (.ounty Texas Thursday, June 1, 1911 DON'T WAIT UNTIL THE FALL W We are of the opinion that if you are expecting to attend our school you cannot give a reason- able excuse fee postponing enter ing until Pall We can present sufficient proof to convince you that the ea.Mier you start in to conviuce you that the earlier you start in to obtain a practical ed ucation, the better it will be for you. We have now almost as large an attendance in the Sum mer as in the Winter. We offer every inducement in Summer that we offer in the Winter. Our past records show that students attending school in June, July and August make as good pro- gress as those attending any other three months in the year. This is due to the fact that our schoolrooms are coo! and pleas- ant, and that our teacher? put forth the same energy in the Summer months as in Winter. He who enters now will finish in t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 June 1911

■IP mmi ?: Wm, K£ m THE ATLANTA NEWS By FLOYD NORMAN ATLANTA, TEXAS It Is fully as painful to be shot oo the border as elsewhere. What has become of the old-fash- ioned Balkan war cloud? Relief at last! Boston reports that "the lobster famine Is broken." The man that tended the furnace Will not be expected to push the lawn mower. The expert who finds germs In the cat's whiskers would do well to look to his own. That New York man who wants to exterminate trout will find plenty of volunteer assistants. Another Chinese cabinet smashed, but then it must be remembered that China cabinets smash easily. They have found a diamond weigh- ing 244 carats in South Africa. Who will be the lucky hotel clerk? It is a sad but unmistakable fact that the average constituent prefers garden seeds to copies of speeches. A Whether the world is seventy or ten million years old makes little differ- ence to us. It is a nice old world, anyway. The only trouble now in ordering your dinner at the restaurant is...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 June 1911

Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters Especial Moment to the Progressive Agriculturist MILK PRODUCERS IN LEAGUE It is a complete waste of time t* yawn when some people talk. Kick and you are apt to be kicked— this holds good at milking time. Most of us see success only when we are brought face to face with it. Often the fancy farming of a city farmer is worth traveling miles to see. It is better to have resolved and failed than not to have resolved at all. You may run into debt, but the pos- sibility is that you will have to crawl out Drawbacks are discouraging, but they are sometimes blessings in dis- guise. # When you can't see straight ahead, It is because you are going to turn a corner. It was a wise hostess who discov- ered „ that changing rooms might change modes. It would be a remarkably silent "world if we were as silent about our achievements as we are of our mis- takes. Competition is all right in some things—but not in crop growing. There is not r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 June 1911

IHppMMWPB^ K-: ' *\ . . '■ " . m&: Mm- Groceries and Feed. Everything Good to Eat SOLO THE WORLD OVER. ON IC THE ATLANTA NEWS BY FLOYD NORMAN in'L M OB8OBIPTION #1.00 PER ANNUM Kntered at the postofflce at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail DISPLAY ADVERTISING .Single insertion per inch 10c Six months or more 7 l-2c All ads. ran and charged for nntil ordered discontinued.'! rt ~ , >. LOOAL ADVERTISING Each insertion, per line 6c Notice All advertising copy should be in this office not latter than Wednesday noon. BIG GAS FXGITEMENT Seyen miles out northeast of Atlanta on the Douglassville road, on some land owned by Morrigs & King an'd C. A. Tower there was quite stir created over the finding of real natural gag. It was (^covered by Mr. Tower that by probing a few feet in the ground that gas would emit from the hole and by setting a match to it would biaze up two feet and burn for a considerable length of time. Dr. Long, A. R. Hardy, Joe Roach and R. S. Ailday went out th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 June 1911

BtC-S §59 I im ICE <•/ ■' ; £$ : Our wagons will be on the streets regularly from this date on, and will deliver to any part of the city once per day, to your porch. TERMS: Cash or coupons tickets on delivery of Ice. These coupon books will be charged for thirty days only. These books are put up in$2.50 and $5.00 sizes. The wagons will deliver on East side of T. & P. railroad from 6 to 9 a.m, and* on West side of railroad from 9 to IX a.m and will de- liver in buisness district twice per day. SUNDAYS: On East side of railroad from 6 to 8 a.m. and on West side of railroad from 8 to 10 a.m. Any one wishing Ice other than these hours can get same by sending to the plant as it is always open SVecVrvc Sj See, Co- R. T. COPE LELAND GUISE Atlanta Realty Co. OFFICE IN R- T CCOPE'S JEWELRY STORE Buy, Sell or Rent Farming Land or City Property. Correspondence Solicited, IMPORTANT. The work of labing tbe Coun- ty scholastic census is now being complete. Have your children been taken? If...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 June 1911

The chief secret of comfort lies In not allowing trifles to vex us.—Sharp. Garfield Tea cures constipation, keeps the blood pure and tones up the system. A man -can get along without doing much if he has sense enough to know what not to do. If constipation is present, the livet sluggish, take Garfield Tea; it is mild in actrbn and never loses its potency. The man who has been married fifty, years is willing to let his wife do the boasting about it. Hra. WInslow'a Soothing Syrup for Chlldre* teething-, softens the puma, reduces inflamma- tion, allays pain, cures wind colic. 26c a bottla The Way of It. Knicker—How does marriage affect accomplishments ? Bocker—A girl drops her music and a man takes up his smoking. Try Marine Eye Remedy far Red, Watery Eyes and Granulated Lids. No (Smarting—Just Eye Comfort. Murine Eye Salve in Aseptic Tubes New Six# 85o. Murine Liquid 26c-60c. With One Exception. Harduppe—Every man should mar- ry. Everything I have in the world I owe to my wife. ^Wigwa...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 June 1911

T gKS um mm . -■ m H BUDGET OF USEFUL HINTS Valuable Bits of Advice for House keepers and Others, Given by English Magazine. Some new hints for the housekeep- er, or for any woman for that matter, are given in an English magazine called the Matron. For example, one needn't be a housekeeper, or even a woman, to be glad to know what to do when a fishbone is stuck in one's throat. According to this authority the prop- er thing is to hand the sufferer a l«mon. If it is sucked for a little whije the bone will move on. In one case it succeeded after the bone had been In the throat two days. Another use for lemon juice is to remove warts. This is done by drop- ping it on twice a day. To retain the color and gloss of a white silk blouse after washing put a teaspoonful of alcohol into the rinsing water. This keeps it from turning yel- low and gives it when ironed the gloss of new silk. To clean the lace yoke and sleeves of waists sprinkle the lace freely with powdered borax, then roll it up ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 June 1911

1 Wagons sold by B. F. Si'Jil /• i Jf&W.t tfMif :t ' t.'^T ■:■>'" To help introduce the Atlanta News into more new; homes, we have devised a plan which we believe will interest you. We are going to give away to some young lady or school girl a ladies' beautiful Gold Watch. Do you want it? If so, and you can conveniently call at the News Office, or if not con- venient for you to call, fill in the blank below and the particulars will be fully explained to you, how you may obtain this Gold Watch. :*5o *5\ve, "Ke\ s ATLANTA, TEXAS i GENTLEMEN:—I desire to enter the • Contest for the Gold Watch to be given • away. Please enter my name as a con- • testant. and send fall particulars and • rules governing same, • - • ' • *• ... . .. ^ •/K&TR6— - •••■ ; - I'R.'i.-D.'Ko...- SUU-. Merely write your name and address, and mail to the Atlanta News, and after our plan has been fully explained, and you don't think it a wonderful offer, you are not obligated to proceed further with the ma...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 10 August 1911

<* * Vol. XII Atlanta. Cass County TexaSThursday, August 10, MM-a "I was Crippled, could hardly walk and had to Crawl down stairs at times on my hands and knees. My doctor told me I had an acute attack of inflammatory rheumatism. I wasin die hospital for weeks, but was scarcely able to walk when I left it. I read about Dr. Miles' Nervine bought a bottle and began to get better from the start, and for the past six months I have had scarcely any pain and am able to walk as well as ever." J.H. Sanders, P. O. box 5, Rockaway, N. J. Few medicines are of any benefit for rheumatism, but Mr. Sanders tells plainly what Dr. Miles' Re- storative Nervine did for it. One ounce of salicylate of soda added to one bottle of Nervine makes an ex- cellent remedy for rheumatism, which is now known to be a nerv- ous disease and therefore subject to the influence of a medicine that acts through the nerves, as does Dr. Miles' Nervine Sufferers from rheumatism seldom fail to find relief in the use of Dr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 10 August 1911

4* f THE ATLANTA NEWS By FLOYD NORMAN ATLANTA. TEXAS Bunday fun too often ends in a fu- neral. Properly muzzled dogs are biting Very few persons tills season. In the case of a hot wave it is pleas- ant to speed the parting guest. To be certain of finding burled treas- ure, dig In your vegetable garden. The pistol in the house generally gets somebody into trouble sooner or later. Fathers, teach your boys how to ■wlm—if you have to learn first your- selves. •I . Persons who don't like to have their pictures taken usually show It in the photograph. A large per cent, of the marriages turn out happier than the gossips Im- agine they will. There's another advantage that ao- crues to a highbrow—his straw hat Stays on In a gale. X The pitch for tuning pianos has been Increased from 435 to 438 vibra- tions. More misery. / ^v, "i." f.% m. mm iir pf : V Porch sleeping is regaining popu- larity. It U all right until the early iniiy man begins to arrive. One mad dog can cause more ex- cltment In...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 10 August 1911

\ mtrnim Groceries and Feed // - THE ATLANTA NEWS BY FLOYD NORMAN S DESCRIPTION fl.00 PER 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-2c All ads. ran and charged for nntil ordered discontinued. LOCAL ADVERTISING Each insertion, per line.. — 4>c Notice All advertising eepy should be in this office not latter than Wednesday noon. ' - ]joeals and Personals Fruit jars at Eramberta cheap Jno Singletary visited his parents Sunday, — Miss MentJohnson has return ed from San Marcos. > 5 or 6 doses "666" will cure any case of Chills and Fever. Price 25c. Miss Louise Hughes left this week for a visit at Shrevepoft. Albert Pyatt and his young bride came in Wednesday on No 1 Jim Jett went to Greenville first of the week to buy a carload Of cattle.^ ENCOURAGE A BROTHER Impress it upon your minds the importance of doing your part toward helping a brother in any worthy cause, We have fnany ob...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 10 August 1911

L I r FISH LOAF 1$ A Nr ONE Housewife Will Make a Hit With the Folks by Springing This One. Purchase a fresh codfish or haddock with the head Jeft on. Remove the head, cut down the full length of the fish, on the side opposite the opening of the fish, on each side of the fine bones and pull out this narrow strip. Loosen the skin at the head end of the fish, first on one side and then the other. With a knife and the fingers push and cut the fleBh from the large bone, first on one side and then on the other. In the absence of a "fish •heet," flatten the edges of the cover of a tin cracker box; set this in a baking pan and on it dispose about three thin slices of fat salt pork. On i the pork dispose a piece of flsh to make a layer of flsh suitable for serv- ing. Mix one cupful of soft, fine bread crumbs, a teaspoonful of dried tweet basil, crushed fine, one-fourth a teaspoonful each of salt and pepper, and one-fourth a cupful of melted but- ter, bacon, or salt pork fat; spread the crum...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 August 1911

m — **« * tfk * A' it*-" Vol. XII Atlanta, £as« Lounty Texas Thursday, August 17, 1911 No. 4 : —-'1 ' ■ ,—"—T-r-r- "I had been given up to die by three or our best doctors, 1 could not stand it to be on my feet and I was so swelled ifj the abdomen I could hardly breatfct. But thanks to Df. Miles* Heart Remedy and Nervine I am able to b« about the streets, a walking ad- wweieement of the curative qual- ■ rise of your remedies, although I an 70 years old." John H. Cochran, Lewistown, 111. Better than any statement we could make regarding the value of Dr, Miios* Heart Remedy are these words of Mr. Cochran. He speaks from experience, the highest possible source of knowl- edge. If you have any of the of a weak heart, such as 4fec left shoulder or arm, and hungry spells, shorf- of breath, smothering spells, buttering or palpitation of the heart, you need Dr. Miles9 Heart Remedy which ior ores twenty yean has been recognised as the tost prepa- ration of its kind to be had. >• HILL. STEW...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 August 1911

X T^HREE hours *■ after the first dose. That's all the time it takes for Oxidine to "get busy" with a tor- pid Ever, sluggish bow- els and kidneys and a weak stomach. Tones and strength* ens vil >,*■• ;ans. Tryjust one bottle of OXIDINE —a bottle proves. Tfce Specific for Malana, Gulls sad Fewr and a reliable remedy for all diseases due to disorders ©Hirer, stomach, bowels and kidneys. 60c, At Yi Via limit fiv* oe,r Vast, Texas. • i ^ tmmm *A ? - * vsL ?; ■pll 55? \ " *j 4 * mm®. A Modern Silo. (CARING for turberculosis jvhlrty-NIno Stat, and 114 Local Sana to Ha Provided, but These Ar« L Only a Beginning. ^ - (a spite of the fact that state sana- and hospitals for tuberculosis hare bean established in 81 states, and 114 municipal or county hospitals la M states, vastly more public provision is needed to stamp out consumption, says the National Association for the Study and Prevention ef Tuberculosis. Nearly every state east of the Missis- sippi river has provided a state sana- t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 August 1911

• • •• . Groceries and Feed. Everything Cood to Eat THE ATLANTA NEWS BY FLOZD NORMAN \ 80BS0BIPTI0N 91.00 PER ANNUM Bstortd At the postofllce it Atlanta Texas, m second-class mail DtSFTuAY ADVERTISINQ Single Insertion par inch _.^..10c Six o#rths or mora a «m and charged for nntil ardsred discontinued. LOCAL ADVERTISING Bach insertion, par line..— Notlo# All advertising copy should be title ofice not latter than 5e in Wednesday noon. m* m REST AT EVENING. The day is long and trying, and heavy i the heart; and I am often sighing, while dragging weary feet. The snn is burning o'er me; there is no grateful shade; the rows stretch out be- fore me that I must hoe and spade. But when the sun has wended his pathway to the west, ay weary toil is ended, and even ing bring me rest. Then comes tha kind word spoken by loved ones at the door; then comes the sleep unbroken, until the night iao'at; then comes the tuneful passage of restful twilighthours; [ Springs. then comes the mystic message] M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 August 1911

i :<■ ■■ THE ATLANTA NEWS By FLOYD tfORMAN ATLANTA. TEXAS .The excursion girl Is now looking tor best. Let us all keep busy hoping there ttay be no buttermilk famine. No flies should be permitted any- where except at the end of a fishing line. Appearances are deceiving, espe- cially when one buys a box of straw* berries. Likewise it is a good idea to keep ene's finger* out of the vicinity of the electric fan. y A Newark man suffering from a tothacbe committed suicide. He cured the toothache. • AO knockers are disliked e*pept those who stand up to send the cork- eentered ball over the fence. New York's 7,000 beggars collect 'each year $15,000,000, and this sum, alas, represents misplaced sympathy. The geological survey says that the earth is being worn away by erosions. Found any in your gardens, amateurs? A mlllion-doliar house with a $25,- •00 suite of rooms to play in has been built for a little New York boy. Poor kiddie 1 Chlcagoans keep their Jewels In odd places, says the ma...

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