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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 August 1911

' i - V v "7> " -' - matm Fanners' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters Especial Moment to the Progressive Agriculturist m Backbone Is more essential to suc- cess than wishbone. A well-scoured hoe is the sign of a profitable corn crop. The mortgage Is the most successful standpatter of the lot. "When, a man stands on his'dignity he chooses a slippery footing. The narrow-tired wagon is a com- panion to the soon-tired horse. The two-row cultivator splits the wages of the hired man in half. Weight in a horse makes the load lighter and the sale-check larger. The man with a willing arm up his sleeve is pretty Certain to get along. A grouch- is always the child of self- ishness and ought to die before it is Born. ' Rule by the autocrat, whether czar or political boss, breeds government by mob. N A thing less desirable to see than a disappointed old man is a dissipated young man. Even better than a promise of the hereafter is a full realization of the value of the here....

Publication Title: Atlanta News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 August 1911

SSSSSp TOWNS AND THEIR PAPER, ' A newspaper can never very creditably represent a town whose business men do not ad- vertise. He may howl himself hoarse bragging about the vim energy and enterprise of hit town but the world will be slow to take his statement as true. It takes more than the unsup. ported testimonial of the local newspaper man to prove to the world that his town is the best market and the best place on earth to buy goods. His evidence needs corroboration. —Toy al Valley Herald. f State Press who sees small mountains of news papers every week is downright sorry for the couragous souls who edit thent— a few of them. These papers appear weekly with well written editorials ^ind snappy paragraphs boosting, their respective towns add each telling what a thriving promis- ing little city it is published in. A glance at the advertising page or the pages where advertising ought to /be, shows that the sspace is given over to plate mat- ter and miscellaneous reprint, and the most...

Publication Title: Atlanta News, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 24 August 1911

THE Vol, XII & JBt « v 6« Atlanta, Cass County Texas Thursday- August 24, 1911 . j __L-— "The Only Thing That Will Relieve Neuralgia." The piercing pains of Neuralgia, which often follows a bad cold or La Grippe, are frequently almost un- bearable and few medicines afford anjr relief to the sufferer. 'I am a rural mail carrier and have been a user of the Dr. Miles medicines for years. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain * Pills can't be beaten. They are the only thing I hare found that will relieve my neuralgia and I have tried mpst everything, besides medicine from the doctor. I am willing to tell anyone what the Anti-Pain Pills did for me." Charles Hilderbrandt, Box 205 Woodvill. Ohio If you, like Mr. Hilderbrandt, "have tried most everything" in vain, why not do as he did, fight your aches and pains with Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills. Let the pills bear the brunt of the battle. No matter how stubborn the con- test, they will come out victorious. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills stand on their record...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 24 August 1911

■f v.- 1U- -u- 12 '■ -v .3- -"■ / / ■ fERYSIPELAS AND CHILBLAINS Alleviated and cured by the use ol Vettcrlae. It is an old established and well known remedy for Eczema. Tet- I ter. Ground Itch (the cause of Hook- worm Disease), Infant Sore Head, Chaps, Chafea and other forms of skin diseases. J. R. Maxwell. Atlanta, Oa., says: "1 suffered agony with a severe case ol eoaema. Trted six different remedies and was in despair, when a neigbboi told me to try Shuptrlne's Tetterta®. Alter using $8 worth of your Tetterlw and soap I am oompletly cured. I can- not say too much In its praise." Tettertae at druggists or by mall 50a Soap 25a J. T. Shuptrlne, Savannah, Oa. Mamma's Anga! Gets Busy. Pond Mother—And has mamma's an ■el been a peacemaker today 7 Mamma's Angel—Yes, ma. Tommy Tuff waa a-lickln' William Whimpers, an* when I told 'im to stop h« wouldn't, an' I Jumped In an' licked the stufiln' out o' both pt 'em. Important to Mothers Examine' carefully every bottle ol CASTORIA, a safe and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 24 August 1911

mmM Groceries and Feed. S ' V; fcv Everything Cood to Eat THE ATLANTA NEWS BY FLOYD NORMAN SCJBSORIPTION fl.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 All ads. ran 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. MUSIC EVER HELPFUL. Music is the nearest at hand, the most orderly, the most deli- cate and the most perfect of all bodily pleasures; it is also the only one which is equally help- ful to all the ages of man; help- from the nurse's song to her in- fant—to the music, unheard of others, which often, if not most frequently, haunts the deathbed of pure and innocent spirits.-— Ruskin. WORK AND PRAYER Work with all your might, but trust not in the least in your work. Pray with all your might for the blessing of God; but work; at the same time, wi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 24 August 1911

■RSI •>* '&M * T " : i • a I Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters Especial Moment to the Progressive Agriculturist ■t / kr. Try wholesale buying for that "high cost of living" trouble. The roorback is a political He with boomerang attachment Remember that paint is cheaper than checked clap-boards. We hope for the best; and if we get it, we hope for something better. The cigarette frequently leads a man on from a cough to a coffin. Education costs a good deal; but the lack of it costs beyond computa- tion. When all a man has is time, strange- . ly enough others have little time for him. No matter how good your neighbor's crops may be. try to raise better >- ones. Keep everlastingly at It is a good road to success—and to the under- taker. Why Is it that the wise farmer al- ways puts hi* watermelon patch In the center of the corn field? Ttnae robs us of many things, but wounds our vanity Urat ^by -introduc- ing wrinkles and a double chin. The breedin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 24 August 1911

vp TBP If, '' ^2' CPRING FAG. ^ Stretchy, Drowsy, stupid, tired, head-achy —"not sick, but don't feel good." Just a few signs that you need that most ef- fective tonic, liver-stirr- ing Spring Remedy— OXIDINE bottle proves. The Specific for Malaria, Chilli and Fever, and a reliable remedy for all diseases due to a torpid liver and sluggish bowel* \ and lucweya. SOc. At Your Druggist* y CHB BlItlHH T> X tr® OO.t Waco, Texas. \ S§ Old Map of America. Claude Vautin, an English mining engineer, who has been prospecting in Peru, returned the other day on the steamship Zacapa. Besides looking after mining property, he has been collecting interesting antiquities of the country. One of the most interesting things he brings back with him is a map of South America made by the Jesuits in 1592. It gives an outline of the land «s far north as Cuba and is apparent- ly accurate. Its purpose is evidently plain, for every missionary station In the country at that time is indicated «n tlie map, an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 24 August 1911

§&• : : v —i r-s. V ■ X \ TIE TRUE TEST OF SUCCESS / - There are many men who have made a success, as the world counts success-, that is they have accumulated wealth in spite of their disadvantage. These men, by reason of brains and energy, have succeeded in spite of being handicapped by lack of educa tion, and not by reason of the 'lack. In fact the same men would have taken far higher po sitions had they had educational advantages. Of course, there are many men who have made a poor use of their education, but this is the fault of the men and not 6f the education. But while the world admires a man who has piled up a great many dollars is the accumulation of a fortune the best measure of the success of a man's life? The fact is, that the men who have done the most good in the world, the men who have influenced their race for better things, have rarely made foilunes, and while the college graduate, may not, for the reason of being a graduate, be able to accumulate dollars, lie wi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 31 August 1911

rill*«ft ■m «/ W V.*" - mm > *&m % m ■i\- 'rUtc^^Bm ^ ;xfW:: " " ' ,#& % , Mr ■J^^_ fi? ^ W gV Vol. XII Atlanta, Cass County Texas Thursday- August '61, 1911 No. 6 SI' fM.&. NOTICE - SHERIFF'S SALE THE STATE OP TRXAS, COUNTY OF, CASS By virtue of an Alias Execution, issued out of the Honorable Distiict Uourt of Cass Coun'y, on the 25th d; y of AVgust, A. D. 1911, by the Clerk thereof, in the ease of First National Bank of Atlanta, Texas, versus D. G. JLummus, D. H. Lummus and Elbert Lummus, No. 60o9, and to me, as She-r- iff, directed and elivered, I will pro- ceed to sell for cash, within the hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's Sale, on the First Tuesday in October. D. 1911, it being the 3d day of said month, before the Court House door of said Oats County, in the town of Linden, the following de cribed property, to wit: (JO acres out of the P. W. Birmingham Survey in Cass County, Texas, and being the same premises conveyed to Morris-Curtright & Co. by H. L Owe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 31 August 1911

IS Si THE ATLANTA NEWS By FLOYD NORMAN ATLANTA. TEXAS The excursion girl Is now looking tor best Let us all keep busy hoping there 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 fingers out of the vicinity of the electric fan. ▲ Newark man suffering from a tothache committed suicide. He cured the toothache. x- «-**■ Ail knockers are disliked except those who stand up to send the cork- centered 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 million-dollar house with a $25,- 000 suite of rooms to play in has been built for a little New York boy. Poor kiddie! Chlcagoans keep their Jewels in odd places, says the manager of a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 31 August 1911

-v' m' EseiBszviBCTHesaBssga > -.. Mfev" Groceries and Feed Everything Good to Eat THE ATLANTA NEWS BY FLOYD NORMAN SUBSCRIPTION 81.00 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 All ads. rnn and charged for until ordered discontinued. LOOAL ADVERTISING Each insertion, per line 5c Notice All advertising copy should be in this office not latter than Wednesday noon. Go straight on and don't mind your enemies. If they get m your way walk around, regardless of their spite. A man who has no enemies is seidom good for any- thing. He is made up of that kind of material whicn is so easi- ly worked that everyone has a hand in it. , A sterlin character is one who thinks for himself, and speaks what he thinks—and he is always sure to have ene- mies. They are as necessary to him as the fresh air; keep him alive and active. .Live down prejudice by right doing. If you stop to dispute...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 31 August 1911

CPRING ShrrfrKv. FAG. Stretchy, Drowsy, stupid, tired, head-achy —"not sick, but don't feel good." Just a few signs that you need that most ef- fective tonic, liver-stirr- ing Spring Remedy— OXIDINE —a bottle proves. The Specific (or Malaria, Chill* and 50c. At Your Druggist* « uima mm ooM Waco, Texaa. Old Map of America. Claude^. Vautin, an English mining engineer, who has been prospecting In Peru, returned the other da/ on the steamship Zacapa. Besides looking after mining property, he has been collecting interesting antiquities of the country. One of the most Interesting things lie brings back with him Is a map of South America made by the Jesuits in 1592. It gives an outline of the land as far north as Cuba and is apparent- ly accurate. Its purpose is evidently plain, for every missionary station In the country at that time is indicated «n the map, and the line of travel necessary to reach them Is marked out. This map was obtained by Mr. Vautin at Puno, Peru. Another interesting...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 31 August 1911

A-W1LBUR P. MESB1T The Cuttergrass Man, he 'tends our yard An' cbewe tobacker awful hard. An' hitches his suspender up An' say he's go' bring me a pup Because he knows a man 'at's got More pupil—he's got an awful lot. The Cuttergrass Man, he mops his head An' his neck it gets awful red. An' sometimes he say: "Bless me! Whool I wisht this Job o' mine wus through!" An' then he sets down by\ tree An' spits an' kills a bummlebee. The Cuttergrass Man he don't wear clo'es Like you an* me—an' what d'you s'poae!— He's got blue pants on that he calls IHip ol' relj'ble overalls, An' one suspender 's all he's got An' it's all tied up In a knot. The Cuttergrass Man he say tor me To keep as still as I can be An' not to foil with things, 'cause why rd cut my fingers off an' dlel So I'set on our steps, an he Sometimes he helps me climb our tree. The Cuttergrass Man he say for me To study at my A, B, C, An' go to school an' learn a lot An' not do like him—he forgot! I say I would an' I told him * w...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 31 August 1911

pggp X HX8 • S&KfSasg# - MH- /J9SEMF4 FEATURES, ihaviu and His Russian Band Among Them. £y long experience, the management of the State Fair of Texas, keenly ap- preciates that equally as important as v' thsf exhibition and display of every modern educational feature, is that of amusement and entertainment for its visitors as well. With this in view, the directors of the Fair association hav« this year appropriated alone for the de- partment the sum of <20,000, and con- tracts are already closed for attractions costing slightly in excess of that amount. — UMa EDWJN J. KIEST, President State Fair of Texai. COLISEUM. In this monster coliseum, construct- ed in 1910, at a Cost of $108,000, will he seen Professor A, F. Thaviu, the fa- mous Russian Band Master, and his in- ternational band and Grand Opera com- pany, as well as a troupe of fifteen i European ba,llet dancers, twelve lady ipecialty artists in Russian, Spanish, Hungarian and Characteristic d&nces and songs. There w...

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

* T + * * .« • THE • § 4> VP ■ #&& fe- ^ '■a. ^ © «,WI NEWS Vol. XII Atlanta, Class (,ounty Texas 3Fhjirsday, September 7, 1911 No. 7 NOTICE - SHERIFF'S SALE THE STATE OP TEXAS, COUNTY OP OASS By virtue of an Alias Execution, issued out of the Honorable District Court of Cass County, on the 25th day of August, A. D. 1911, by the Clerk thereof, in the case of First National Bank of Atlanta, Texas, versus D. O. Lummns, D. H. Lummus and Elbert Lummus, No. 0059, and to me, as Sher- iff, directed and delivered, I will pro- ceed to sell for cash, within the hours prescribed by law ior Sheriff's Sale, on the First Tuesday in October. A D. 1911,^t being the 3d day of said month, before the Court House door of said Cass County, in the town of Linden, the following described property, to- wit: 60 acres out of the P. W. Birmingham Survey in Cass County, Texas, and being the same premises conveyed to Morris-Ourtright & Co. by H. L. Owens and wife, on the 9th day of October, A. D....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 7 September 1911

MAYS Groceries and Feed. Ever thing Good to E t Peruna Secrets You Should Know Golden ■Seatl KOOtl Golden Seal, the root of the above plant, is a very useful medicine. Many people gather in oar rich woodlands during the summer. Few people know how valuable it is in dyspepsia, catarrh, and as a general tonic. Many thousand pounds of this root are used each year in the famous catarrh remedy, Peruna. This fact explains why everybody uses Peruna for catarrh. THE ATLANTA NEWS BY FLOYD NORMAN SUBSCRIPTION tl.OO 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. 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. THE r LAUGHTER CHILD. OF A There is no music like the laughter of a little child. It is sweater than the gathered har- monies of angejjc hosts ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 7 September 1911

M ' CONTROL BOLL WEEVIL Influence of Money in Capital Clubs THEY ARE THE REAX. SWELLS OF WASHIMCTOM WASHINGTON.—The public rebuke of President Taft, in which he stigmatized certain persons as "small- brained and narrow-minded critics," following the withdrawal of names of men prominent in the political world up for membership in the ultra-exdlu- sive Metropolitan club, has centered the attention of the country on the snobbishness of Washington. Close observers assert that the Im- impetus given to existing social condi- tions dates from the Spanish-American war. Before the treaty of Paris the millionaire residents of Washington could be counted on the fingers. Now ■all the rich and retired, the famous or 'otherwise, the representatives of whis- ky, sugar, tobacco—every kind of trust '—has his palace in an ultra-exclusive 'residential section and the womenklnd iset up to be social leaders. Money and influence in the gilded 'throng is the test which Washington now applies to every ambi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 7 September 1911

Jgl ml Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters sf Especial Moment to the Progressive .Agriculturist It's r, good biter who <yui take a bite himself. Most of the trouble in the world Is home made. The boy who sows wild oats never cuts the lawn. The harder the times the softer the suckers seem to -:et. To grow old gracefully Just watch an old weeping willow. The higher education will soon in- clude aerial navigation. Life is full of trials, with more con- victions than acquittals. in riding a hobby it is sometimes necessary to use a curb bit The man is impervious to misery twho can joke with his dentist Sowing at the right time is a long •tep toward a profitable harvest. Airing our grievances doesn't al- Iways make their odor any sweeter. Suppose the prodigal son had come bome to find that his family had turn- ied vegetarians! We are often surprised to find that jtrouble rights itself In a short time If we only stop thinking about It Intelligent painstaking e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 7 September 1911

M WANTED! We want young men and women to take good paying posi tions who have finished either a course of Shorthand, Telegra- phy or Bookkeeping and Short hand in our college. Our Em- ployment records show that dur- ing this year there has not been a graduate of one of the above courses who was not placed in a good position within ten days after his course was finished, un less of his own accord. Yet there may be some who have never registered with our Employment Departmedt or who may desire more remunerative positions than they are at present holding, who would register now, Our Employment Dept. is away be- hind in supplying businss firms and railroads, and will appreci* ate anyone furnishing us with the full particulars of one of our graduates of the above named courses who desires help in se- curing a more desirable position. The fact that we have been wholly unable to supply the de- mand by railroads and business firms during the past year is very 6uggestive3 that we should more...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 14 September 1911

Vol. XII | 1 NOTICE - SHERIFF'S SALE THE STATE OP TKXA8, COUNTY . OP OASS By virtue of an Alias Execution, issued out of the Honorable District Court of Cass County, on the 25th day of August, A. D. 1911, by the Clerk thereof, in the case of First National Bank of Atlanta, Texas, versus D. (i. Lummus, D. H. Lammas and Elb_rt Lummus, No. 60o9, and to me, as Sber iff, directed and delivered, I will pro- ceed to sell for cash, within tbe bours prescribed by law for Sheriff's Sale, on the First Tuesday in October. A D. 1911, it being the 3d day of said month, before the Court House door of said Cass County, in the town of Linden, the following described property, to- wit: 60 acres out of the P. W. Birmingham Survey in Cass County, Texas, and b6ing the same premises conveyed to Morris-Curtright & Co. by H. L. Owens and wife, on the 9th day of October, A. D. 1906, which Deed is Recorded in Deed Record 1-3 page 332 in Record otDeeds for Cass County, Texas, the above described property ...

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