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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 August 1908

- m M THE BREAKERS UBiMlftTtrgggl WWW ■sbbebw* SATURDAY NIGHT AUGUST 29 Melodrama In Two Acts Presented by Home Talent Under the Auspices of The W. C. T. U. songs and ac.-;03,\tic feats between acts ft MORAL PLAY COMBINING COMEDY AND TRAGEDY BOTH David Murry (Light House Keeper). Joe Roach Biddy Bean (Irish Maid) Miss Ford Jeter Larry Devine (Light House Helper) Lane Johnson Mother Carey (Fortune Teller) Miss Fay Johnson Bess STARBiiiGHT(Her Adopted Daughfer)Miss Virginia Davidson Hon. Bruce Hunter (Lawyer) Lyman Roach Clarence Hunter (His Son) Luther Johnson Minnie Daze (Bruce Hunter's Nieoe) Miss Sallie Mae McRevnolds Peter Paragraph (News Reportor) — Tom Howe Scud (Negro Servant) ... . Joe McClung Tumbling .. By Rob Howe Admission 16c and 25c Reserved Seats 35 cents Tickets on Sale at Both Drag Stores Save Yonr Hay •SHO.IW 310« svxax *aurf a i. "oo cat This Press Can Be Seen at the Store of T. S. SPELL ATLANTA, TEXAS uj> the t.-Y'aLujent un'tii the !<id- no.v> are well, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 August 1908

tm Wm m THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS.. Publishers ATLANTA, TEXAS The Fruit Package. A great advance has been made in preparing articles for shipment and for exhibition in attractive ways. The old slipshod methods have largely disap- peared, as anyone who uses eyes, ears and memory can testify. There is hardly an article, from the notion counter of the department store to the varied array of a modern grocery, or even in the stalls of a market, which is not arrayed in a manner indicating some desire to make a tempting ap- pearance. Still there is much to learn. The packing of fruit and showing off to good advantage is an art that should be cultivated, and the matter is considered of such significance that official notice is taken of it. The Bos- ton Herald says; "There's nothing that adds more to the attractiveness of a box or crate of fruit than a liberal dressing of green leaves of one kind or another. Our consul at Frankfort contributes some useful information on this subject, te...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 August 1908

'.T _ : r _ m? m § toll® IS / v^hw'. im Ti IN THE LIMELIGliT PROBES OKLAHOMA'S SECRETS 4 Prof. Charles N. Gould, who has been ap- pointed by the governor of Oklahoma as head of the new state survey authorized by the recent legislature, and for which an appropriation of $15,000 was made, is an educator and geologist well known through the west. Born in Ohio in 1868, he was educated in the west, graduating from Southwest Kansas college in 1899 and tak- ing his degree of A. M. from the University of Nebraska after a special course in geology and paleobotany. He has filled the chair in geology in the University of Oklahoma since 1900, and since 1902 has been resident hydrographer of the United States geological survey. Prof. Gould is a member of the Society Sig- ma Xi; the American Institute of Mining En- gineers and the Kansas Academy of Science. He is an author of much promi- nence in his line, having written various papers on cretaceous formations in Kansas and Nebraska and on the ge...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 August 1908

It-':' Pi it--' 1 jtiJt ATLANTA MEWS subscription #1.00 p^b annua? H Mt; Jno. L. Lovelace a. Fred Lovelace } Publishers. Entered at the postoffiee at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail mattei tDISPLAY ADVERTISING Single insertion per inch --- iOc Six months or more " All ads. run 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 wil be charged for at the rate of 2 cents s 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, do not write. Taft rhymes with graft. District cou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 10 September 1908

■9K '•'Mm* - A x./-- .i, •_-. .ftV LOVELACE BE0S,s Publishers and Proprietors "Tfjrai Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE — ws* .,K ; . Tr—- 1 . v £ L-J Atlanta, Cass CtiMiy, Texas, Thursday, September 10 1908 * . . "uv ' " 1,1 1 t— * — * No. £ - i i .1 ' l, "" ■' in your fall expenditures. You owe it to yourself and to your family to use economy in your fall shopping. You want to trade where you can al- ways get the value of your money. This does not mean that you are to make your purchases where you can carry home the largest load of mer- chandise for a certain amount of money. The quality of the goods is to be considered. A lot of shoddy goods might be dear at half the price. You should be oe the lookout for goods of quality—reliable dependable mer- chandise. Our reputation for fair treatment aud for carrying the largest, most complete assortment of that which is best in our various lines, is a strong argument in favor of our store. Satisfaction at our store or your...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 10 September 1908

* rf ■■ THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Aalbar «l "THE HAIR CHANCE," ZELSA UAHESON," Etc. fay Bobbu-Merrill Co. CHAPTER XVIII.—rContinued. "It pleased my fancy to follow him; and by the time I had studied your diggings here a trifle, things began to happen below. It sounded like a St. Patrick's day celebration In an Irish Tillage, and I went down at a gallop to soe If there was any chance of break- tag fin. Have you seen the room? Well,"—he gave several turns to his right wrist, as though to test it,—"we all had a jolly time there by the fire- place. Another chap had got in some- where, so there were two of them. Y aur man—I suppose it's your man— was defending himself gallantly with •a large thing of brass that looked like tie pipes of a grand organ—and I sailed in with a chair. My presence seemed to surprise the attacking party, Who evidently thought I was you,— tattering I must say, to me!" "You undoubtedly saved Bates' life axtd prevented the rifling of the house. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 10 September 1908

< 't 't>4*■> *** <■'l" 'I''!■ 'M* * LTURE nspfe-u* ' ■ [: 3rU, • > .-■ - 9v, • fe far• <"> 'l1 ♦ i< <■' ■!■ 't' (t< ■*■*■> 'i' ■>■ ■> t< >* * <■ * The.PatWto the Pasture. The narrow path we used to tread Led straight away from the iarm- yard gate, • ' " ' And down the lanfe to the pasture lot, Where for our coming the cows would wait. ' 'mt&£ Between its borders of grass' and . .-we§ds _ , - It bore the prints of our restless ■ v .-feet, ' ' That stepped so 'Blifte through the early deW. Or lagged 'along' in the pulsing heat. ■ ^8990^^ s Above bfir heads Curved a roof ..of blue, Where oft wrf saw the ghost of the - -moon . M *4" |j Go drifting' by* with the sun-tipped clouds .,v^ . 1 That sailed away to the port of noon. From nodding thistle and mullein^ stalk j**■ jz . 1 The meadow larks through the sum- mer sang, And from the st> bble of harvest-fields ,, The. bob-white's call through the "fctfliness rang. olittle ' if I've^ w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 10 September 1908

Y- ■ fl« ■ -;v./- ■r^ «!*• i ; * ■■ - -aVJ •'^aSS f' James t Graham Wagon sold by B. F. Ellington & Co. DON'T MAKE vf. sJi, «tSi£ mmm SMn FOUND IN THE GREAT ■MM The wonderful Palmetto, with its great fan-like leaves and profusion of golden berries, has at last given up its secrets. For ages these ever living trees have been throwing out hints of their hidden virtue, but not until quite recently were they fully appreciated or understood. The dark skinned natives knew, in fact, the great "Fan Tree," as they called it, was their family doctor. Like our wonderful Cinchona tree, we knew of its general curative pow- ers, but little did any one think, that it held within its bosom the now world-famed quinine* Finally some fertile brain conceived the idea of a medicine made from the Palmetto, and no sooner had the suggestion been made till the wheels of science were in motion, resulting in one of the greatest medicinal discoveries in modern therapeutics. 'The root, the btjrK, the berry—...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 10 September 1908

IP • !> : &:. ■ '■"Hi-' +*+i1 j{<h1i4'* rt"i #*rl r|r "" '* w": >v * * * * * * * * * * * * 4 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 4 * * * * * * * * * * * * * * . * itl life lift iflll rfi lli iTi tfiitiiifo Aitj jti tfrl i^n iti A I beg to announce tbjny. friends ju , J and the public that I am just back ♦ from St. Louis where T purchas- 11 ed,a complete stock of dry goods, shoes, hats and caps, men's and boys9 pants—-Nie** line calicoes, ginghams, outings, flannel, ♦ bleaching, domestic. A full line underwear and hosiery, gloves, ♦ notionsf elc. Nice. line, glass ware, efr'namelware, etc. We -1 - - '«• • , ' 4 invite you to call and see tls as space will hot permit telling yon % all the good things we have. For Sale. New 4-room residence in wesfc Atlanta, f acres of ground, good barn, outbuildings, fine well of water, new fence, etc. A bargain at $500.00. Hugh Carney, Real Estate Agent, Chamblee Bldg., Atlanta, Texas. Wl Sell GLOVER BRAND SHOES S. 22 mt**m Uady Wanted StQBMfe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 10 September 1908

m ifs* S«s&| " wsm fpllg mgi if THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS.. Publishers ATLANTA, TEXAS Efforts are being made In London to further the emigration of British worn- m to South Africa. Mme. Jeanne Marni has just won the Chauchard prize given by the Soclete des dens de Lettres of France. Alfred Soderman of Worcester, Mass., has succeeded in growing po- tatoes and tomatoes on the same vine. The schools of London are to have foghorns, but not, it may be, as a symbol of the pedagogy of old Eng-' land. It is proposed to build a medical col- lege at LucknOw as a memorial of the visit of the prince of Wales in 1905, at a cost of $1,250,000. One point in favor of the directoire gown is the fact that it could not pos- sibly be as bad as some of the imag- inative artists picture it. Sweden is sending to the United States for some of her sons who have forsaken her and have made a success of careers in this country. In order to keep up the supply of billiard balls several hundred ele- phan...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 10 September 1908

. - 1 mm w Picked Up Here ashintfton. Information and G and There in Gen.. Rucker Beats Mortality T; I Bp?**:' ■ lSHINGTQN.—The person who IT' reaches the age of 95 has lived long enough. He has no technical right to go on living, anyway. Of course, they usually do, just as lots of'people refuse to be Oslerized at 60, but they do it at their own risk, so to sp^if;- and in defiance. of a for- midable arr^y of mortality statistics. This was the discovery made by life insurance interests the other day wheq^jfteyjflpotgjflja the ['technical df ^B&. PhUip general has reached Soary age of 96, and being still lale, was surprised by being informed "by the' life'"insurance concern which had been, carrying him on its books for years and years that it was ready to p^y his claim. a startling \ annals. Local any previo case of such action, at 96 or any othe agft-: But when they looked up their tables of logarithms and trigonometry they were convinced that the ac- tion %as not only justifiabl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 10 September 1908

*■■■■ Sgi £££ joasesssm* - THE ATLANTA NEWS 80BB0RIPTI0N (1.00 P«B ANNUM Jno. L. Lovelace a . Fred Lovelace } Publishers, entered at the postoffice 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 until ordered discontinued. LOCAL ADVERTISING Each insertion, per line— , 5c Notice All advertising copy should be in this office not latter than Wednesday noon. Oirarch free insertio before Thnr Obituaries and cards of thanks will b* charged for at the rate of 2 cents a line, 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, mar " ch and society notices arq given jertion, but must be handed in Thursday. deaths, births, marriages, meetings, etc., send itin; if no...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 September 1908

nk1 1 - :-:P — - LOVELACE 3ROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. IX Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, September 17 1908 Nr. 5 Atlanta, Texas ♦ ♦ «ii; *•■-■ ■ * I The Atlanta National Bank § * * * * * 4 * * * * * * * * * 4 § * * K1 invite* * very farmer in Cass County to enter tbe Corn and Cotton contest. If you have anv <*oo<l ideas on t he corn and cotton subject join the contest and give your neighbor and brother farmer the benefit of it. Swap idea-;. Give your neighbor the benefit of your knowledge and experience. Help one another. We are willing and trying to help you. We are offering you $100.00 for your experience; are going to have it put in pamphlet form and give it back to you for nothing. We want your business. Deposit your money with your friends, for we are your friend, and the condition of this bank is such that it mer- its the confidence of every farmer in Cass Coonty. Its attitude toward the farmer is s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 September 1908

rasS&l nRMH| WHAT THE TRADE MARK MEANS TO THE BUYER Few people realize the importance ■f the words "Trad6 Mark" stamped «a> the goods they buy. It they did it would save them many a dollar ■pent for worthless goods and put a lot of unscrupulous manufacturers •nt cf the business. When a manufacturer adopts a trade mark he assumes the entire re- sponsibility for the merit of his prod- He takes his business repu- tton in his hands—out in the lime- it—"on the square" with the buy- er af iiis goods, with the dealer, and fnWith himself. ; ag j Tho other 'manufacturer—the one who holds out "inducements," offer- tog to brand all goods purchased with h local dealer's brand — sidesteps ponsibilily, and when these infe- goods "come ba.:k" it's the local ©r that must pay the penalty, ii good example of the kind of pro- tection afforded the public by a trade ar?t is that offered in connection with National Lead Company's adver- tising of pure White Lead as the best paint material. ITiat t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 September 1908

mm Mi mi What is Pe-ru-na. Are we claiming too much for Peruna when we claim it to be an effective remedy for chronic catarrh? Have W4 abundant proof that Peruna is in real- ity such a catarrh remedy? Let us see what the United States Dispensatory eays of the principal ingredients of Peruna. Take, for instance, the ingredient hydrastis canadensis, or golden seal. The United States Dispensatory says of this herbal remedy, that it is largely employed in the treatment of depraved mucous membranes lining various organs of the human body. Another ingredient of Peruna, cory- dalis formosa, is classed in the United States Dispensatory as a tonic. Cedron seeds is another ingredient of Peruna. The United States Dispensa- tory says of the action Of cedron that it is used as a bitter tonic and in the treatment of dysentery, and in inter- mittent diseases as a substitute for quinine. Send to us for a free book of testi- monials of what the people think of Pe- runa as a catarrh remedy. The best ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 September 1908

. . il§ HfSf'"w$9g*SsSf&i£^ -.; SB " - * ;*■ <:''- *" mmmmmmsmsmm ''£■ •" ?% '•...^#V.?^'5i*r-V^7:'-;--iff;.;-^v ■ --.. . . —— I 1 MM Wl—IIIIHIIB .. • .. ."■— James & Graham Wagon sold by B. F. Ellington & Co m i 5j FOUND IN THE GREAT ers' Union, are we not advan- cing in civilization and l h * science of economic govern- ment? Who can say the Union has done no good? We teacii ;t higher conception of our duty a citizens. Take some good farm papers and learn the latest in agricultural life and thingsjper taining thereto. Use the golden rale in the ap plication of these principles and you have the Farmers' Union. I may have more to say in another article Fraternally, J C Chiles. Your Cotton The wonderful Palmetto, with its great fan-like leaves and profusion of golden berries, has at last given up its secrets. For ages these ever living trees have been throwing out hints of their hidden virtue, but not until quite recently were they fully appreciated or understood. The ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 September 1908

™_™ ,=f:- •" .%' • v • . JBSfrSKXE p* -,-' - fefevJ 1'rWf.^is^MESPl: ;. ■ S- g|§?fe -'•. ? - NOTICE FARMERS 'j #&*> ' •• - :v. ^v-,,;„. ?" : Bargains! Bargains! Bargains! Big lot Boy's good Knee Pants, per pr . Men's Pants at See My Ladies' Shoes, *'W . '; 25c SI .00 H $1.25 Don't fail to «ee the Dishes going- at lialf price i;v N Tin Ware and Enamel Ware must go regard I &>s of cost. >> Ali Base Ball Goods. Caps, etc., to close out at B.trgains. Sweet - Orr Overalls Lots of Suit Cases, Grips and Lunch Baskets at a great sacrifice. . I have too many bargains to mention. Want to close up present stock. Will go to market in a few days to put in stock. Call and examine stock and remember that I can save you money. FRANK HUGHES The Spot Cash Man (STANDARDIZED) For All Live Stock IS tM?M EASY AND SAFE TO USE. DLLS LICE. TICKS, FLEAS, kites. cures mange. SCAB. RINGWORM. SCRATCHES, etc. destroys disease GERMS AND drives away flfes. ■ON-IRRITATING. EFFECTIVE. INEXPENSIVE...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 September 1908

THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS.. Publishers ATLANTA, - - - TEXAS The giant bees of India build comba 18 feet high. The caBe of Castro proves that it sometimes pays to he little. If speculation were to be entirely abolished the buying of cantaloupes would cease. iO; P \ Mr. Edison has $26,000,000, but what good does it do him while he works 16 hours a day? The king of Servia wants his sons married to American heiresses before he Is deposed. How can the Sick Man of Europe K'tow anything but the feeblest kind a constitution? Speed maniacs occasionally kill themselves, but otherwise they gener- ally go unpunished. The apple orchards look as if cider vinegar might live up to its name for awhile, after next fall. Twenty-five women lay delegates at tended the general Methodist Epis- copal conference in Baltimore. One University of Chicago profes sor does not believe in the miracles. Bat there are still plenty of people who do. A man has been discovered in New Jersey who is immune from the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 September 1908

m :yy Mi- pgi t r m SI c X a <§ h&m't! been ao really serious it might' have been, lau^abje—this 48-hour ro- *'mane£ of pretty little Ethel -English, just turned 15 ' years,' and Clark Brecken- .ridge, big and 23. It was a wooing, a wedding, a spanking and a , forgiving—all within the brief span . of two days. And more than that— the angry fathoi;' began proceedings at once to have the marriage annulled, and to boot .had the youth arrested for perjury, only to find that the per- jury charges could not be sustained and that annulment was impossible. The old story—a schoolgirl falling 1ii love with1 the first young man who •came along "aid was good-looking and j&id tender things and talked- of flow- ers and moOniight. Half of Browns- ville, Pa., .says that Dr. H. J. Eng- lish, the bribe's father,., did .perfectly right in tearing the romantic Mrs. Breckenridge away from her indig- nant young bridegroom. The other half, with equal emphasis, feels for the young man. Why shoul...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 September 1908

Sfcjg lap; THE ATLANTA NEWS SUBSCRIPTION #1.00, PER ANMAJM Jno. L. Lovelace a . Fred Lovelace } Publishers. Entered at the postoffice at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail matter ^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 6o 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 ha deaths etc Sell your cotton in Atlanta Buy your goods here. Speak an encouraging word to the school boy. He has in him the elements of manh...

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