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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 23 July 1908

I V. wmm vi- : >(/«;« tfvssfflh Good HealthLonf Life FOUND ?M THE GR? ALMET m iiuiyia mmMDl RECTORY County JUSTICE COURT Precinct 7. Meets Tuesday before the fourth Wednesday in each moncn. W, F. Cameron, J P S. T. Deason, Constable E. Newt Spivey, County Atty. 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 baliny, 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, PE.OPLE. 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 medicina...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 23 July 1908

It: ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS.. Publishers ANTA, TEXAS When a woman won't she won't— id tile reason she won't is because. The ase of snake venom is increas- ing the practice of medicine, and its is soaring upward rapidly. An Englishman has discovered a r Illuminating gas. - Perhaps it will aw some light upon those English Prof. Redlich of Vienna university, ho has accepted an invitation to lec-. at Harvard next spring, will not in Austrian. At -present the 'anias, if we mistake hold the record for fast ocean ivel, but the 'ics have aspirations in le sa me direction. A story is told of a Connecticut aster that chews tobacco and tries to expectorate like a man. Evidently the nature fakers are dying hard. If Peary is so certain he could find the pole for $25,000, he ought to. have no trouble at all in mortgaging his subsequent lecture trip for the money. fftV-'s 1 ■r The French academy, when full, con 40 "immortals." Two of them, idovic Halevy and Francois Coppee, have jately proved t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 23 July 1908

SjESf iSisi ■p-h' mm. ;* "i; ■! 6 P« iM . g '• | fcjsf -' ® - llll I I TWO LATE STYLES &K Light Gray Voile, with Black Satin Pale Blue Tussore, with Embr„.. Revere and Black Braid. ered Mull Guimpe. FOR PAINTED TABLE SPREAD MEND TORN HOSE ON MACHINE Pretty Scarf That May, if Liked, Be Made So as to Wash. Get one yard square white felt or other material of something the same nature. Trim the corners, beginning the trimming about four inches back from the point of the corner. With a soft lead pencil draw a faint line a3 a guide one-half inch from the mar- gin all around the square. Paint this half inch space any bright color. Four inches from the margin draw another faint tracing line entirely around the square and one-half inch inside of this make the second tracing line. Paint the half inch space between these two last named tracing lines a burnt sienna. In the four inch space between the two half inch painted strips paint round spots about one- half inch in diameter, and make t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 23 July 1908

S8S ifl 252sce THE ATLANTA N£WS SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER ANNUM Ji*o. L. Lovelace a. Feed 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. ran 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 be charged for at the rate of 2 cents a line,. " * No poetry or verse accepted for publication, unless tthe 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, ao not write. Pay no attention to late cam- paign...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 30 July 1908

/JVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People " $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. VIII Atlanta, Cass County, T.eX&s, Thursday, July 30, 1908 No. 50 * NEWKIRK & CO S Sft ' * * •ff * * * * % * * SODA FOUNT The place to get sparkling, cold refreshing dridks prepared from Hungerford-Smith's Pure Fruit Juice. Our Ice Cream made from ■jersey milk and is frozen each night. , fresh * * 4 m % # NEWKIRK & CO. 1 4* 4* 4*4**$*^ 4^ *$* 4* • '* mm 1 i ■ . & To 0^r Gilst°n^ers Owing to the advanced cost of fuel, supplies and labor we-are forced to make a proportionate increase on the electric iights. At the present rates, service is below actual cost of production. Therefore, the following schedule will prevail after February 1st: kA-rioN First two lights . 75c each Third, fourth and fifth lights. 65c each Churches and Lodge Rooms 30e each Each 16 C. P. light all night $1.50 For the present, commercial rates will remain as the# are. To those having a meter a m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 30 July 1908

SIDELIGHTS ON NOMINEE FOR VICE-PRESIDENT. Is Very Popular in His Home City of Utica, N. *Y.—Fond of National Game and an Inveterate Reader of Fiction. MS; vM Pi 1% m&P,i ;.*p< Utica, N. Y.—"Jim" Sherman, the Republican candidate for vice-presi- dent, is very popular here. So is his family. He has several brothers and one of them, Richard W., finished a second term as mayor of Utica last January. The mayor is a Democrat. So is the whole Sherman family ex- cepting Jim. He, too, used to be a Democrat, but in 1876, shortly after serving as a Democratic delegate in the state convention, he became a Re- publican. Ten years later his new party sent him to congress and he has been there ever since, except for the two years 1891-93, having been one of the many who were swamped in the Democratic tidal wave of 1890. "Jim" is chairman of the local ice trust, and his brother, while mayor, got after him in warm style, making sensational charges against the trust. However, all the Sherman b...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 30 July 1908

mM r- 4. r;fir IN A MERRY CHASE PELEG AND THE GOBBLER HAVE ENDURANCE CONTEST. Task of Catching and Killing Eyesore of the Barnyard Proved Excit- ing—And the End Is Net Yet. "Squashville is all het up about the ■excitement last Sat'day, when they was more family quarrels started than the minister can patch up in a year. "It was started by Mary Ann, who ain't quarrelsome, takin' it day in and day out. And Mary Ann says she's glad it happened. "She says to me, Sat'day morning, 'Peleg, that old gobbler that we been keepin' around the barn for years, jest because he is thin as a rail, is got to be killed. He's got to be killed, if I have to do it, and you ain't the kind of man that'll have it said your wife does the chores. You ketch him, Peleg, and I'll cook him, if he's poor'n the turkey Job had, as the minister says.' " 'Mary Ann,' I says, 'that turkey ain't fit to kill. But if you say kill him, kill him it is.' "When I got outside, there he was, sunnin' himself south of the barn. He ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 30 July 1908

sm m Are you in the habit of spending all you make? If you are, that liabit will grow on you till you will soon buy more than you can pay for. Break loose from the spending habit, Start an account with us Make up your mi ad to aontinue to add to it, and you will soon feel very proud of your savings. First National Bank Atlanta. Texas Capital and Surples #100,000 JNO. J. ELLINGTON, President J. G. KING, Cashier Frank Blades received Tues- day morning a telegram from Joe Blades, late candidate tor Comptroller, stating that he had accepted an appointment as pii vate secretary to Congressman Gordon Russell. This is good news to Mr. Blades' friends. Sweet Ore Overalls for ever- body at 0. W.McClung There are railways,corporation attorneys, merchants cotton buy- ers and bankers, ali over Texas who are so afraid that the Mai- mers Union will go into politics and then to pieces that they cant hardly sleep at night' Publication of Account Citation by rina! ST.Vi'fc OF TEXAS | '.'orN'Vif QF O...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 30 July 1908

JiiI - "rZ+'O y^*sn I) f: i 4aii N.mihiii ion w win m ifc' jrV f i ki ' £;■ M& m m: m ft m Sl ; ii'i: i wiibit'o i y* r,- , ih^ i ;,iir<siiil ;i;nd thonnti 13*1 iloy \u . _t: • CoJtib'u C'l Imv * HCOiim pi i, i j i tiii r iiM>ini1''i ti >n ■ >> Au* rif y (Ifiii'i -ii iHviiis i . 'I Im i'i- \< I ') inOrt* (loilbt ;t bou l Uj*j eius • turn ih ife is about live * iv-uli. Ti;ls i ^ not tn shv that all anti- prohibitionists. all railroad men n ri alt ii.Mti-P>alov nvn voted for David*o>, but it U t<> s:iy that tho-<" JtiM.'HSOvablv prejudiced :>iraii'sr. ui y in* it who opposes the liquor trafi'ic in any form tl'OStj who want railroads? turned longe and those unwilling to accept the May primary as a settlement of the Bailey issue these undonbteply supported Davidson. The fact is shown by the big vote for him in the anti- prohibition counties, in the cities and in the anti-Bailey strong- holds of the'state. That his renomination is not a realignment...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 30 July 1908

m life lip? &K' ml Em; THE ATLANTA NEWS Lovelace bros.. Publishers ATLANTA, TEXAS Some people's idea of bringing up children is to bring them up with a round turn. Pet names are very pretty in private conversation, but they sound decidedly silly in court. Now "poleless wireless" has been 'ainounced. After a while perhaps it w ill be costless as well. Serria and Montenegro are at it again. They are the South American twins of the eastern continent A Chicago infant has a $1,000 crib. The kidnapers will be tempted to take the frame and leave the picture. In asking for a divorce, a Nashville woman said there was a devil in her husband. Why didn't she starve it out of him? The man who is most concerned about loafing throughout the summer lis generally the person who also loafs the rest of the year. That Brooklyn physician who as- serts that people can get crazy drunk qn water must have had good oppor- tunities of observing the stock market A discovery of large deposits of tin ore is ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 30 July 1908

. r-: ?JPHSfE j-mw* 'SOS# E^arfk' : miSii W&mJf " > -<2 K ag ft i m H Pi. ■ ':, tEMmi M r 1 1 We . i£fe fc i-- l£$ '.#-^L"'-./i xxbrnj, jfcfjfr •' ;'' Wff \#y< msfcw ip ©i Washington Whisperings Interesting' Bits of News Gathered at the National Capital. HADLEY TO BE A FARMER, Taft Boom Was Born in Barber Shop WASHINGTON. — The nursery of Taft's bpom for the presidential nomination was a room in the execu- tive offices of the "White House grounds, where President Roosevelt, before he left for his home at Oyster Bay, was shaved each work day. Here, when the boom was a green and ten- der thing, its first young shoots pushed to the light. Here it was coaxed to sturdier growth. Here, in full blossom, it was talked over and admired. Frank Hitchcock was the official and the president the unofficial manager of the Taft boom. The president, at these heart-to-heart talks with the can- didate, was in a barber chair. A cer- tain Wkite House messenger wielded the razor and lather b...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 30 July 1908

- ^ - .ATLANTA NEWS F BSORIPTION $1.00 PER ANNUM — — Jno. L. Lovelace ] A, Fred Lovelace J Publishers. Entered at the postoffice at Atlanta Tfixaa, as second-class mail matter ATLANTA MARKETS Cash Prices Carefully Corrected Weekly for the News We give below cash prices prevailing in Atlanta this week. Of couse, prices on many arti- cles vary according to the grade. — 1 DISPLAY ADVERTISING Single insertion per inch :10c Si* months or more 7 l-2e All ads. run and charged for until oidered discontinued.' LOCAL ADVERTISING Each insertion, per line 6c Notice All advertising copy should be in tliis office not lattefc than Wednesday noon. Church and society notices are given free insertion, but must be handed in before Thursday. 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 dirop 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 — 6 August 1908

NEWS. '■$§ fe; <&'■ LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. VIII Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, August 6, 1908 No. 51 filttsi mi: ' 2K §1® 1SP® v, 5 <?> IP Are you in the habit of spending all you make? If you are, that habit will grow on you till you will soon buy more than you can pay for. Break loose from the spending habit, Start an account with us Make up your mind to aontinue to add to it, and you will soon feel very proud of your savings. First National Bank Atlanta, Texas Capital and 8urples $100,000 JNO. J. ELLINGTON, President J. G. KING, Cashier JUDY LIST FOR DISTRICT COURT S-J w ' m Convenes at Linden, Aug. 24, ifcOS -7" Grant* Jury W T Jonhson .lack Brock G W Reid T C Glover W D Daniel A L Glass W H Griffis I D Spear B P Duncan A H Snipes W 0 Powell A J Stanley J E Anthony* A G Eudsley E G Griffin J S McLeod Petit .Jury-^Pirst Week S P Russell W B Duncan , W A Smith M B Wilkerson J H Kay...

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

I r friM %°£?m | ¥■ '*r wBmw& WM?ri Wsgmm mm ■ <' t SERIAL STORY THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Amihor of "THE MAIN CHANCE," DAMEXON." Etc. ZELDA Wi' il ,S*r I Copyright X#05 by Bobbs-Merrtll Ca. CHAPTER XIV.—Continued. Stoddard had left me to go to the other end of the platform to speak to some of the students. I followed Pick- ering rather reluctantly to where the companions of his travels were pacing to and fro in the crisp morning air. As soon as Pickering had got me well under way in conversation with Taylor, he excused himself hurriedly and went off, as I assumed, to be sure the station agent had received orders for attaching the private car to the Chicago express. Taylor proved to be a supercilious person,—I believe they call him Chilly Billy at the Metropoli- tan club.—and our efforts to converse were pathetically unfruitful. The two ladies stood by, making no conceal- ment of their impatience. Their teyes were upon the girls from St. Agatha's o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 6 August 1908

AN HONEST DOCTOR ADVISED PE-RU-NA. MR. SYLVESTER E. SMITH, Room 218, Granite Block, St. Lotus, Mo., writes: "Perona is the best friend a sick man can hare. "A few months ago I came here to a wretched condition. Exposure and dampness had rained my once robust health. I had catarrhal affections of the bronchial tubes, and for a time there was a doubt as to my recovery. "My good honest old doctor advised me to take Peruna, which 1 did and in a short time my health began to im- prove very rapidly, the bronchial trouble gradually disappeared, and in three months my health was fully re- stored. "Accept a grateful man's thanks for his restoration to perfect health." Pe-ru-na for His Patients.- A. "W. Perrin, M. D. S., 980 Halsey St., Brooklyn, N. Y., says: "I am using your Peruna myself, and am recommending it to my patients In all cases of catarrh, and find it to be more than you represent. Peruna can tie had now of all druggists in this seo- tion. At the time I began using it, it was unk...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 6 August 1908

Saire Your Hay To-Day *ss WaTERCONNALLYOCO.. TYUEXL, TEXAS.' SOL3 MFORS. FARMERS UNION GAMP MEETING The Farmers Union Camp Meeting will be held at the saw mill, one mile west of Piney Grove, August 19—3-1. ( T R Lester Com . iGC tJitt R O Waters This Press Can Be Seen at the Store of T. S. SPELL ATLANTA, TEXAS Good Exchange Cemetery There will be a meeting, Sat., August 8th, at Good Exchange Church. The Object of this meeting is to develop a plan of taxation by ^hich the cemetery may be kept in a good clean condition. . There will be "Dinner on the ground.'' All interested in this cemetery are requested to be present. The above is by consent and reguest of community in gener- al. - Mrs. Chambless and daughter, Maude, from Ft. Worth are vis- iting relatives here this week. M. J. White returned Tues- day to Hopkins county after a visit to his son-in-law, Bob Gib- son, , T ■ " . • Miss May Price who has been phone operator here for several years, has resigned. The pat- rons of the tele...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 6 August 1908

EM0CR4TIC NOMINEES pis j * \ For President— wirxiam jkntningh i'.kyan P ji* Vi«e President— John W Keun For Governor— THOMAS M CAMPBELL For Lieutenant Governor— A B DAVIDSON For Attorney General— R V DAVIDSON For Comptroller— J W S1EPI1ENS Fiv Commissioner of the *lenera Land Office— J T ROBISON For State TreaBurer^- SAM SPARKS For Railroad Commissioner— O. B. COLQUITT For State Superintendent of Public Instruction— R. B. COUSINS For Commissionor ft Agriculture— R. T. MILNEIt For Judge of the Court of Criminal Appeals—Full Term—One to be voted for— W. L. DAVIDSON, For Judge of the Court of criminal Appeals—Unexpired Tearm—One to be voted for— W. F. RAMSEY Of Johnson county For Associate Justice of the Supreme court— F. A. WILLIAMS For Chiei Justice Court of Civil Ap- peals, lith Supreme Judicial Dis- trict of Texas—* Samuel P Wilson For Associate Justice Court ' of Civil Appeals ( th Supreme Judicial Dis- trict of Texas—(No. 1) Richabp B Levy For Associate Justice Court Civil Ap- pe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 6 August 1908

THE ATLANTA NEWS LOYELACB BROS.. Publishers Hpfe tf{. • pits m wE%- t ATLANTA, TEXAS Peary a National Asset. In many respects Commander Peary Is deserving of respect and admira- tion. Whatever opinion one may hold of the utility and desirability of discovering the north pole there can be no doubt of the energy, persever- ance and bravery of this American. A large part of his life has been spent in Arctic solitudes. He has endured great hardships. He has made a name for himself among explorers, and is assured of fame if he never again seeks the top of the world. In spite of this he is soon to sail again, to en- ter once more into the frozen wil- derness, to strain every nerve and muscle to attain the triumph that all arctic navigators so long for. Some recent arctic explorers have made more vocal noise than progress toward the pole. All explorers write books and tell the world what they have done. This is one of the great pleas- ures and recompenses of their lives. But most of them d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 6 August 1908

V I m^r. mmjm ■ J f 1V*?" *" w #3 ~*^~Z %W> p| mat ■STr-m ■ \i.\^«v*S--::dP m >- 1 i® Mp ' IPS p, BK& If';: lit §p I.', -.. V%T, & pis ■1 FARMER AND f PLANTER t The Boy and Life on Farm. " The following very sensible article is from the $ew England Farmer, and we commend it to every father on the farm: "If you are a farmer and you want your son to be a farmer after you, teach him from his earliest boyhood to respect his father's calling. Instil into his mind the fact that the great men of all ages were sons of farmers. Teach him never to feel ashamed at the senseless and threadbare jokes of would-be humorists over old Hayseed and his lumbering old market wagon and his quaintness of speech when he visits the city and stares around at the sights, and does not make half so much of a fool of himself as the average city man when he comes to the country. "Do not fill his life entirely with work. Recreation is as necessary to happiness and to a healthful develop- ment of the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 6 August 1908

-Z* j* aHfer |ai:- <: IB ■ wm i'4'- ■ 3fe - ■4 1. Hi: Mm THE ATLANTA NEWS SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PEE ANNUM J no. L. Lovelace A. Fred Lovelace Publishers. Entered at the postoffics at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail matter DISPLAY ADVERTISING Single insertion per inch - 10c Six months or more 7 |-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 wilr be charged for at the rate of 2 cents a line. No poetry or verse accepted for publication, unless 3the editor should drop into rhyme. Country correspondents should ge<. 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, d...

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