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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 14 September 1911

mm :j W8s£&mt; V' DLL WEEVII Insect Is at Mercy of Printer ' the Fall. Influence of Money in Capital Clubs jTHEY ARE ^JTHE REAk SWELLS OF WASHIMCTON 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 tie ultra-exdlu- sive Metropolitan club, has centered the attention of the country on the snobbishness of Washington. Close observers assert that the 1m- 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 •set up to be social leaders. Money and influence in the gilded throng ...

Publication Title: Atlanta News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 14 September 1911

/ mmin MAYS Groceries and Feed. Everything Good to Eat KIDNEY TROUBLE Suffered Ten Years—Relieved in Three Months Thanks to PE-RU-NA. ■ m fizer. 0. B.FIZEli, Mi. Sterling,Ky.,says: "| have suffered with kidney and bladder trcu'>1e for ten years past. "Last I commenced using Peruna and continued for three monthsf I have not used it since, nor have I felt a pain." THE ATLANTA NEWS BY FLOYD NORMAN SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER ANNUM Sintered at the postofflce at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail DISPLAY ADVERTISING Single insertion per inch. t. 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. THE PROFESSIOAL MAN The professional man is dis- tingushed from the non-profes- sional man by his independent attitude, sturdiness of mind charcter and disposition, He applies his every thought touhis profession and the independent ...

Publication Title: Atlanta News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 14 September 1911

m ■ THE ATLANTA NEWS By FLOYD NORMAN ATLANTA. TEXAS During this weather the softer thf idrink the better. It Is the early bird, too. that gets • look at the bird-men. Anatole France says that all war 1> doomed to perish. Meanwhile, swa) the flyl _ Speaking of high society, a six foot iNew York man is to marry a seven loot glrL There are worse occupations, too, on m hot day than that of eating iced cantaloupes. In 100 years the summer clad man [trill look back with horror on the coated man of today. Anybody who wants a coat of tan this summer ought to be able to achieve his heart's desire. Why swat the flies yourself when you can keep a pet toad to attend to the fly swatting department? Danger from rabies would be greatly minimized if sell dogs were given plenty of cold water to drink. Austria is to charge Its tobacco smokers $15,000,000 more a year. Its object is not to cure them of smoking, either. A Massachusetts man was choked to death by his celluloid collar. An- other argume...

Publication Title: Atlanta News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 14 September 1911

*■ n_. -w-T—* '-X. C- i Bgf! Farmers' Edu< and Co-Operative Union of America I'M W1 V. Matters tf Especial Moment to the Progressive .Agriculturist It's r. good biter wild can take a bite himself. Most of tbe tr$6f6le in the world is hoirie made. This boy who ato#s wild oats never cuts the la,wn. The harder the times the-so|ter the euckers seem toMk.~ ' To grow old gracefully Just watch an old weeping The higher education will soon in- clude aerial navigation. r Life is full of trials, with more con- victions than a^quittals.;^: - is riding,, a hobby it ifc; sometimes necessaryto use a curb bit :" The man Is ^nerylousi .to_ misery •who can joke wiih his tentfsC Sowing at the right time Is a long step toward a profitable harvest. Airing our grievances ,£oesn't ai- rways make their odor any sweeter.' Suppose the prodigal son had come borne to- find that his family had turn- led vegetarians 1 " k'lx >. .■ We 'are often surprised to find that (trouble rights Itself in a short time...

Publication Title: Atlanta News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 14 September 1911

TIMES IKVE CHANGED. When I wa3 young I used to go adorn to long potato row, and whack the weeds out with a hoe. Or early in the summer morn, with one old mule, Mo- rose, forlorn, I'd go to culivate the corn. All through the sum- mer day I tolled my raiment reeking wet and soiled, and I was fried and baked and boiled, And when at night I sought my bed my feet were like two tons of lead, and till next morning I was dead. When to the conntry I repair and see the wonderous oranges these, I always go up in the air. For now the farmer surely feels like Cleopatra as he reels along on plows with paint- ed wheels. He drives a large andhandsome team; his imple- ment, are like a dream; spring seats are spiked to every beam. He blithely till3 his fartile lands, vnor in the mud and gumbo stands. His pant's are cseased and show no dirt; his feet are by the throw us unhurt; he often wears a parboiled shirt. And when when he goes to town he makes his journey in a braoe of snakes; his auto runs to b...

Publication Title: Atlanta News, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
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