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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 13 August 1908

- '?:■ ' « l W- f:' *- r 0.s >v S,\;.\i '[■] I 5U0S., publishers and proprietors "The Newspaper for the People" LOO A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vui. VIII Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, August 13 1908 No. 52 & Am 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 ■f en«ling habit, Start an account with us Make up your mind to aontinue to add to - it, and you will soon feel very proud of yonr savings. First National Bank Atlanta, Texas Ctipital and Nnrples $100,000 JNO. J. ELLINGTON, President J. G. KING, Cashier FAMILY REUNION je Johnsons held their re- union at the old homestead four in ilea west of Douglass ville last. Friday. In number they are a,1 most equal to the Smiths. _ is family includes some of the best citizens of Oass County. We clip the following from Sundays Dallas News: The sons and daughters of B. W. and Frances Johnson met in a famfly reunion yesterday. Of th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 13 August 1908

iat f; m m PSI, BORAX! NATURE'S DISINFECTANT, CLEANSER AND PURIFIER ' Everybody realizes the necessity of some method of purification of sinks, drains and ntensils in which may lurk the germ of a dreaded disease. Health is a question of cleanliness and prevention. Most people are familiar with the use of disinfectants in their ordinary sense—all of which are unpleasantly associated with disagreeable odors, on which are depended to kill the conta- gion (which disinfectants must of necessity be of a more or less danger- ous character) and must be used for this purpose and* for no other, and in consequence kept from children and careless handling. There is, however, within the reach of all our readers a simple, safe and economical article that will not only answer for every disinfecting purpose —but can also be used for a multitude of domestic cleansing and purifying purposes—Borax. Borax is a pure, white harmless pow- der coming direct from Nature's lab- oratory; in fact Borax has oft...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 13 August 1908

CABINET ' >v' THE CLOTHES LINE. LWAYS, on a washing day, When I hang out the clothes, On a trip to yesterday Back my memory goes. And the years roll like a scroll, It's thirty-flve, I guess, Since I first hung on the line, My white wedding dress. Later—just a year or so, From the Monday suds, Dangled in the wind and sun, A row of little duds. With the years, the boys and girls Old and older grew, And the clothes upon the line, They got older, too. In this weekly chronicle Joy and grief combine; There's a whole life's history In the old clothes line. Rice Puff8. Put boiled rice through the vege- table press; add the yolk of one egg and the whites of two. Salt and pep- per to taste and add a dash of nut- meg, Bake in well-greased patty tins. They will puff up very light, owing to the white of the eggs, and should be given a light brown and served hot. Tomato Ice. For a change at luncheon, tomato ice will be found agreeable with the chop course. The tomatoes are first boiled and pre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 13 August 1908

ftps IP?? AUday Singing Judicial Convention We gladly annonce tl the singing class taught at Ballard school house by Prof R A Martin Atlanta, Tex., Aug. 3, 1908.— By 'authority in me vested. I hereby call a convention of the will close out Friday, August 14, E Democrats of the Fifth Judicial by an all-day singing and dinner ™rp—- in for all.i On Monday following Profes- sor Martin will begin a twenty- day singing school ai Bivins. Leave one dollar at the News office a*id receive our benedic- tions;. Dollars are so scarce they *Jodk as big cart wheel to a hun- gry editor. The News would be glad to have you to pay your subscription at your earliest convenience. For good hams, try the Gold Brand at T. F. Perkins'. Rev. I. B. Manley, of Queen City Circuit is conducting at Harmony this week, assisted by Rev. Evans, known as Wild Bill, a revival meeting. _ Clarence Iwrin of the Citizens Journal came in Sunday from a trip through the western States. Seed turnips and rye for ev- eryl>ody...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 13 August 1908

BOWIE, MARION CASS Tri-County Institute Will be Held at Queen City Aug. 28-29 PUBLIC THE m TX AVING bought the stock of J. J. Segal in Atlanta, we ask the form- er customers to call.around as usual to see us. We also solicit others to come. Whether to buy or not, make our store your home while in town. We will con- tinue business at the same stand and run the business in the same way—"Strictly Cash; One Price to All"—and remember if goods are not as recommended, your money refunded. You are the one to be satisfied. We will have the same force of poliie salesmen and salesladies to wait on you. We solicit a liberal share of your patronage. Thanking you one and all in advance for any word or deed shown us, we are yours, very truly :: :: :: W. H. ERAMBERT & SON Save Your Hay To-Day I WUTtSCONNALLYOCO., TYLKR, TEXAS. . SOLE MI'GRS This Press Can Be Seen at the Store of T. S. SPELL ATLANTA, TEXAS ra*s. Miss Katie Cross who has been visiting the Misses Cole return- ed Tuesday to her ho...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 13 August 1908

I;* Wm THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS.. Publishers ATLANTA, - - - - TEXAS Canton has fewer than 500 foreign residents. M?- 'Tis said this will be a record year for mosquitoes in Jersey. In other words, it's to be a hummer. Thank heaven, our presidential cam- paigns hare never been complicated fey a poem from the mill of Alfred Austin. ■ • A Philadelphia girl bought 32 shirt- waists at one time. And then people Zt.lk about the women going daffy over the directctre gown. In the French schools in Algiers aad Tunis the Arabic boys sit with tike French in school, but out of school they do not mix much. Again the experts are pointing to the dangers that lurk in the ice cream dllsh, but we are raising a generation otf courageous young women. An old-fashioned plow on the side- walk in front of a store in Dey street, New York attracted a crowd. One xzian asked how it was used. The fact that Castro's pictures make him look a little like John Philip Strasa does not endear him to Wash- ington a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 13 August 1908

mi mB mk > ' 5 m ir :W. BESSIE AND THE FLOWERS. A Little Convention in the Garden That Did Good. - Bessie went into the garden to play. It was the big flower garden, and many, many of the blossoms were just coming into beautiful bloom. Bessie loved to look at the blossoms, but she did not consider their rights, so she began pulling them off and throwing them on the ground. After she had destroyed a great number of the most beautiful blossoms that had been smil- ing so sweetly at her she heard a voice saying just at her elbow: "Now, little girl, since you have killed so many of my beautiful and innocent comrades, how do you feel? Are you glad to look at those dying blossoms lying about on the ground ? Were they not much more pleasing to your eye when they were living and nodding in the breeze and smiling toward blue heaven? And how sweet was their fragrance, too, for it floated about in the air making it delicious to the hu- man nostrils. Ah, little girl, do you know how wicked it...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 13 August 1908

THI ATLANTA NliWP, SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER A1 IF )UM Jno, I . Lovelace a , Frisd Lovelace } Pnbl'ia7 aers. Entered at the postoffica at Atlanta Texas. as aecond-class mail matter .DISPLAY ADVERTISING £ i ngle insertion per 5'iieh 10c Six months or more 7 l-2e All ads. run and c harged for until ordered discontinued . LOCAL ADVERTISING Each insertion, per line....™ Notice ,5c All advertising copy this office not latter thi should be in an 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' ^ ^ r 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. Avo: d 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, do not write. POLITICS AND THE A &a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 August 1908

' ip rnKKs IP t>\."" 1 |slS^Rfe s^fe;^Bpafefe;" , r I^PPbE^^K.^ •= «IK Ip>:^H©dS .'^lg« - " ' • '- " t ' f , _ -;-'':;V'^A •':■ .. ....., fill §! 111 Ji m fe#- i i-.-vi f i>!viv., i ;iJLs!JcltKi;> and Puoprj etors hhshsss^ "The Newspaper, for the People" $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE ■ m Vol. IX Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, August 20 190S No. 1 i || j - a&g&sas: Are you in jhe habit of spending all you make? IT you are, that habit will grow on you till you will soon buy more than > < i! can i>av for Break loose from the -ponding habit, Start.au account With us Make up your mind to aontinue to add to i\ and you will soon feel very proud of your savings. First National Bank Atlanta, Texas 0«-ipJi;il and 8urples $100,000 J NO J. ELLINGTON, President J. G. KING, Cashier -=sr fjs THE STATE UNION Perhaps there have been con- ventions of tfio"fi. wwsfs' Onion oi Texas which have transacted more real business connected wit h the marketing of farm pro- ducts,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 August 1908

One of the Erssentialj o! the happy homes of to-day is a vast fund of information as to the best methods of promoting health and happiness and right; living and knowledge of the world's best products. , Products of actual excellence and reasonable claims truthfully presented and which have attained to world-wide acceptance through the approval of the Well-Informed of the World; not of indi- viduals only, but of the many who have the happy faculty of selecting and obtain- ing the best the world affords. One of the products of that class, of known component parts, an Ethical remedy, approved by physicians and com- mended by the Well-Informed of the World as a valuable and wholesome family laxative is the well-known Syrup of Figs and Elixir of Senna. To get its beneficial effects always buy the genuine, manu- factured by the California Fig Syrup Co., only, and for sale by all leading druggists, NEW BALLOON MATERIAL. was too MUCH for papa. Childish Questions Were Becoming Entirely Too P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 August 1908

tm TO DRIVE OUT MALARIA AJJD BUILD UP THE SYSTEM. Take the Old Standard GROVK'8 TASTBJLK8S CHILL TONIC. You kDow what 70a are taking. The formula is plainly printed on every bottle, cbowing it is simply Quinine and Iron in a tasteless form, and the most effectual form. For grown people and children- 50c. Biblical. Speaking of cherry pies we are re- minded of that Biblical saying, which goes something like this: "It is hard to bite against the stones." Hicks' Capudine Cures Women. Periodic pains, backache, nervopsness and headache relieved immediately and assists nature. Prescribed by physicians with best results. Trial bottle 10c. Regular size 25c and 50c at all druggists. Many a man is lonesome because other men are particular about their associates. : j This woman says she was saved from an operation by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. Lena V. He writes to Mis. Pinkham: " I suffered untold misery from fe- male troubles. My doctor said an opera- tion was the only chance I had...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 August 1908

Mpsll . •?■/£ ' % ' " NOTICE fk: - M. &" L... " - .* -~ Thase who their accounts, or ten days. I month, and must gations. Please are indebted to me, will greatly favor me or at least, a part of them, within the I intend leaving for Waco about the first make some collections in order to meet my by settling next eight of next obliga- SQUABBLES come at once. If I am not in,please leave the amount your account at the First National Bank, or with J. M. Embree, > will have charge of my books as soon as I leave. With kindest regards and thanking you for past patronage, I am Yours truly, L. S. JOHNSTON P. S. household My horse, buggy, furniture to go at WW-* M. D. harness, office furniture and part of a bargain. L. S. J. The Boll Weevil has had tfte lion's share of the discussion the past weelv. 'We have never yet heard of Mr. Boll Weevil de- stroying the sweet potatoes and ribbon cane. Save your feed and learn to light Mr. Weevil in the fifture by diversified farm- ing. DOING TKEir:...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 August 1908

mm § t'W BROILES : 018 RELIABLE DOGTQSfS. SLIEST IR A6E MB LONGEST LOCATE!. 8E6ILAR 8MMATES IR HEBICIRE. HE OFFER YOU THE LAME AND VALUABLE EXPERIENCE 8F TNE LONGEST ESTABLISHED ARB MOST RELIABLE SPECIALISTS IN TNE SOUTHWEST Authorized by the state to treat CHRONIC, NERVOUS ARB SPECIAL DISEASES. We guarantee to refund money it not cured. All medi-1 cines furnished ready for use—no meroury or injurious meaicinra I used. No detention from business. Patients at a distance treated by mail and express. Medisiaes sent everywhere free j from gaze or breakage. No medicine sent C. O. Z>. unless in- structed. Charges low. Thousands of oases cured. State your case and send lor terms. Consultation FREE and confidential, in r.s. ERoiiESmdsiaffofSpmaiiftt person, or by letter. Call «r write today. Don't delay- flsrvoiis Dsbillty and Weakmrn strietur# SSSSr,2Kt28-l I C, £3 — to the results of youthful folly and erc« - • vn KstSItj ses—causing losses by dreams or with • '!rlne,pimpi s and blotch...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 August 1908

iPliPi IPSiS " :""F r ■'■ -T, p ' fail — Tft'E ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS.. Publishers ATLANTA, - « • - TEXAS At the age of 104 a Kentucky man took paris green. Bet that toe local paper called it a rash act. . But If we should stop eating meat what would we do for'leather and the ether by-products of the bovine? The shah of Persia is master of the situation in Teheran, but doesn't know just how long he'll hold the job. Englishwomen are getting splendid practice. • They will know how to run sji election if they ever get the ballot. This year's crops will be worth 118,000,000,000, exclusive of the ama- teur lettuce and radish-growers' har- vest Minister Wu says that he is going 1© live 200 years, in which time he probably hopes to find out all he wants to know. In the case of the Cossacks there is wo evidence that the free and untram- raeled life of the steppes inculcates an appreciation of other people's liberty. A Chicago woman is charged with istealing a set of teeth. This is one o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 August 1908

■Mr. Farmers Educational —AND— Co - Operative Union Of America V The Rosy Road. i. I take the rosy roadway to Halleluia Town: There is where the sunlight's in the rain a-comin' down; The summer is a song An' the winter's not for long— Rosy is the bright road to Halleluia Town! n. You pack up all your troubles in Halle- luia Town, An' fling 'em to the Four Winds as they fly the world around; From the windows in the blue Angels wave their hands to you, For Heaven is not a heart-beat from Halleluia Town! III. Life's losses an' its crosses—they make your brightest crown Where the bells ring sweetest welcome to Hallelulia Town; No thorn to wound the breast: It's there the travelers rest In the lilies of the love of God and Halleluia Town! —F. L. Stanton in Atlanta Constitu- tion. W- m ■■■ m. m Make the Most of Picknics. The long summer days are again here and the season suggests picnics. There is no more pleasant way of spending an afternoon than at a pic- nic. This affords an easy and a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 August 1908

!SS;$m f'-myWi ps Wk THE ATLANTA J EW§ SUBSCRIPTION S1.00 PB if ANNUM Jno. L. Lovelace a . Fred Lovelace J Publishers. Entered at the po'jtoffice at Atlanta 'i exas. as second-clas9 mail matter V-1 ■ MBfe IT"- y~ iBsSfei? ft- imtB ^DISPLAY ADVERTISING Single insertion per inch 10c Sis 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. 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 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,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 August 1908

NEWS. LACK BROS., Publishers and Proprietors •'The Newspaper for the People $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. IX Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, August 27 190S No. 2 $ m 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 <-a.il pay for. Break loose from the spending habit, Start au account With us Make up your mind to aontinue to add to it, and you will soon feel very! proud of your savings. s Natip Atlanta itnl and 1 Bank as « #100,000 JNO. J. ELLI N, President J, G. KING, Cashier Bowie County has the lowest tax rate of any county in this section of the state. Thirty- seven cents is the lowest re bv_ any couly yet w htle Vrate is only 25 cents on the $100 valuation.—News. We go you one bet ter, brother Miller. Gass County's tax rate ia 22 cents. Bonham is expecting great things from her peannt crop. They have made arrangments for two threhers in the commun- ity- The lumber mills are resum- ing work. Don't...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 August 1908

PLANTATION COON SONG. E SHADDER creep- in' up de hill. Hush, u i g g a h, bush; I hyar de lonesome whippo'will. An' you jest better keep right still, Hush, niggah, hush De coon sit in de 'simmon tree; Hush, niggah, hush; We'll steal up sof as sof' kin be. And fum dat bag he can't git free, Hush, niggah, hush! I Han' me down my . walkin' cane, MfStBaSr Come, niggah, come; He's in dat tree be- yant de lane; jLet's git 'im home afore it rain, Come, niggah, come! "We'll make dat coon into a stew, Yum, niggah, yum; ,An' put in yaller carrots, too. And spice and salt and yarbs, fer true: Yum, niggah, yum! i HEIST \BINCT TWO FISHERMEN. OME, Grandpa, let's go flshin', 'Cross yonder, by the crick." "Yes, son, I. used to sail the seas Where fishing smacks were thick. "And oh, if I again could see The Baltic red with blood; For where we lads harpooned the whales. All crimson was the flood." "Why, gee whiz, Grandpa, there aren't whales Down there by S w i f t's , o 1 d dam; But there are sun fi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 August 1908

HI FIVE MONTHS IN HOSPITAL. m m Discharged Because Doctors Not Cure. Could Levi P. Brockway, S. Second Ave., Anoka, Minn., says: "After lying for five months in a hospital I was dis- charged as incur- able, and given only six months to live. My heart was affect- ed, I had smother- ing spells and some- times fell uncon- scious. I got so I couldn't use my arms, my eyesight was impaired and the kidney secretions were badly dis- ordered. I was completely worn out and discouraged when I began using Doan's Kidney Pills, but they went right to the cause of the trouble and did their work well. I have been feeling well ever since." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box Poster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. New York's German Population. A Berlin paper says that New York is the third German city in the world In point of population. "With its 650,- 000 Germans," it says, "it is exceeded in size only by Berlin, which has about 2,000,000, and by Hamburg, which has 730,000. The other large German citie...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 August 1908

■■■r B F Dun Stanley, fin, Tl Harry S T Dej . JBNi 1 Baili have J befoj dayj DISTRICT COUPJ . The Editor Visits th e Coiin- ty Site, Rand'jm r Thoughts Another DistrV D Court has been called jatJLip <jell for Cass County, Distrie/ , Judge P. A. Turner, District Attuorey Hor- ace \V Ifaggb* n, and' the full crew of pittc icing attorney.•- fro® ^.indeav . Atlanta, Hughes Springs, Ttexa rkana. Jefferson and Daingerfii? Id, were present. Sheriff {ac^ declared the District Coi it fc for Cass County to be i$ sess j promptly at 1:30 o'clock M jonday. The Grand Jury was « empaneled in a* few minutes an d in two hours thej had been ; c iharged and put t<_ work by t lie Judge. The Big Twelve is as follows: J S Mc- Leocl, fo .reman, W T John son, Jack Brr ^k, G W Reid. T C Glover, 1 j) Daniel, A L Glass, ,can, A H Sniipes, A J A G Endsley, E G Grif- ie Riding Bailiffs 'are Mason, W L Health, .son, Neal Curtright, and Walter Smith is door a number of the boys already been 'summoned e that...

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