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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 24 September 1908

'V- '^-'---•?*«* ' - IIPII#' ' K-^ •'---.- 5£Sgpfi& 1896®^--V S*:**V ' « «eP I |1N " H I -I Jlpiil THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE .... ! — Vol. IX Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, September 24, 1908 No. 6 i Have You Heard 1 § The News 1 f;,> - We are receiving and placing in our large store the fullest, most complete, well selected stocks of merchandise to be found in Cass county. We haye been in business in Atlanta for years. We know the people. We have studied their needs. We feel sure we have a line ot merchandise that will tickle your fancy and appeal to your sense of economy. It is time to begin to think of your fall supplies. You owe it to yourself and to your family to buy where your money will go farthest. You must see our stock and get our prices. m Hats and Caps You may be as particular about your bat as you please; yot&will Dot be more so than we aref^i^ your re- quirement...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 24 September 1908

I SB >Abinet THE LADY BARBER. 53 HERE was a woman in ~ town who always used to say: "I'm sick of doing wom- an's work and doing woman's way. This everlasting House- hold grind, I tell you doesn't pay." One day Betsy's man came home and soon we heard him raving. For Betsy'd left a note— ''Dear Bob. I've learned the trade of shaving, And if you'll just go out for meals I think you'll find a saving." fit) Betsy learned the barber's trade, and went to working hard; But soon the chickens went astray, the weeds grew in the yard. Dust everywhere—neglected house—chairs broken—tables marred. And Betsy soon gave in; said she: "Do- mestic life's a bother, But business has it's drawbacks, and I believe I'd rather Ju t stay at home and merely make the Monday wash-day lather." Please Take Notice— That salt curdles fresh milk. There- fore It Is better to add the salt to gravies, puddings, etc., only after we have taken them from the fire. That milk or soup or any left-over k<ieps better if o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 24 September 1908

Jlllp # v*rg.-' - j 1 >4 ARMY RINGS BELLS A TEXAS CLERGYMAN PRODUCING CHIMES IS SACRED MEXICAN VOCATION. t Ife S'- Two Thousand Men in Mexico City Alone Are Regularly Employed— No Need to Carry Time- piece There. m* *- - It takes a great army of men to keep .'he church bells going in Mexico. It is estimated that in Mexico City alone there are more than 2,000 hell ringers. This is the number regularly em- ployed. On days of religious celebra- tions the number is augmented, as the ringing of the bells must be kept up almost constantly through the day and night on such occasions. One of the most striking features of Mexican life to the casual visitor is the noise of the church bells. Every little hamlet and many of the ranches in the coun- try have one or more Catholic churches, and each is equipped with one or more bell towers. The great cathedral which stands near the Na- tional Palace in Mexico City has 16 of these towers. In some towns the constant ringing of the church bells is...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 24 September 1908

•• ' - IT WAS MORE THAN WE Our enrollment since the first of September has been highly satisfactory to us; it was more than wfe anticipated, and new students are continuing to ar- rive daily. We had 1,500 en- rollments last year from 27 states; our Sept. opening prom- ises even greater success for this year. The demand for our graduates has also been greats This is evidence of the great wave of prosperity that is again sweep- ing over this country. There never was a better time for a young man or woman to enter a commercial school for a thorough, practical course of Bookkeeping-Business Training, Shorthand-Typewriting and Telegraphy than now. In tak- ing a course of this kind, there is absolutely no risk to run. A business education is no lottery, there are no blanks; you might forget Latin or Greek, but no matter what your vocation may be, a business education is worth ten times its cost. You will use it as long as you do anything; it ia worth making a sacrifice to get. You take no...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 24 September 1908

-™ . : . ;/•v WMM^m tgwm i ifev i I ii * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Trade "W anted iirE are right here ready with * a house full of Brand New Dry Goods, Shoes, Hats, Pants^ Hosiery, Underwear and most anything in the Dry Goods Line. See us for Good Goods ft - . *' , . and Low Prices. Gro eeries of all kinds. -A Fresh Car of Flour, bought be- fore the advance. Plenty Bran, Chops, Hay, Etc. Come around and see us. w« will make you good prices and treat you right. C.W.McClung 4 * * * * * * * * & * *3- * * * * 4- * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 4 $4*4t4^'4'4t#t4*4'4fc4*4* Clubbing Rates We club the Atlanta NEWS with other leading publications as follows: Dallas Semi-Weekly News $1.75 Ft. Worth Record $1.75 National Co-Operator.. - - .$.175 Pearsons Magazine $1.50 Peoples Popular Monthly $1.00 Southern Agriculturist. ..$1.00 Subscribe to-day. These of- fers may be recalled at any time. Corona Hidera The Co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 24 September 1908

-•,7. . :%'4 ■' ' *"■- >-v''--'-"-".li* " . - 'sgrr.-K • 3. s THE ATLANTA NEWS t < LOVELACE BROS., Publishers ATLANTA, - - ■ - TEXAS The Wright brothers appear to have n flying start in Paris. The latest drink in New York is called the aviator, but does it produce « dirigible Jag? It appears that, after all, the thrifty Wright brothers have not packed all 1heir eggs in one basket. The town of Ohoopee, in Georgia, is to have another name. No sense In such a name in a dry state. Count Zeppelin's airship, however, 1b still a long way from getting into the ships-that-pass-in-the-night class. Japan is planning to show the Jkmeric&n sailors the time of their Itves if they can learn to like Japan- «®e cooking. A Georgia train ran into a mule and was thrown into a ditch. The mule inust have been going at a high rate ct speed—Georgia trains don't. An Illinois professor wants the mails closed against fairy tales. Does the want to rob political litera- ture of one of its chief featur...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 24 September 1908

v>* ! . ru P«fFgs ^Eiixir'-fSemia octs geatlyj/et prompt- ly on the bowels, cleanses Irt te s; assists one in overcoming Habitual constipation permanently. To get its oenejieial e||ects_buy tke c genuine. lanu|acturedi by the, fioSraup Co. 50LDBfLE^Nai UCClSTS-5(Kp^8flTTlt The Limit. She—He's the meanest man I ever knew. He—What's he done? "Why, he tried, this year, to make his wife wear the bonnet his horse wore last summer!"—Yonkers States- man. Saved Him. *lt didn't kill me, but I think it would If it had not been for Hunt's Cure. I was tired, miserable, and well nigb used up when I commenced using it for an old and severe case of Eczema. One application relieved and one box cured me. I believe Hunt's Cure will cure any form of Itching known to mankind." CLIFTON LAWRENCE, Helena, O. T. Just Suppose. "S'pose the old man don't get the office he's a-runnin' for?" "Well, he says that'll be a calamity to the state, but ef the state won't let him save it, it'll only have its fool se...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 24 September 1908

■ THE ATLANTA N^WS SUBSCRIPTION 1 jft WjR ANNUM JJJO. L. LOVEM^ ( A. Fred Lovw vCE Publishers, Rntered at 4 j^e postoffice at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail matter Display advertising Single insertion per inch 10c Six months or more 7 l-2e All a^s. 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 Thnrsaay. 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, do not write. Keep talking the advantages offered by Atlanta ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 October 1908

mmm .-Hiir 'i ,■>• -sti-r: J&KS5 I l-v-ir^sjpl £asg«a£1iggsi ME 1111 I "• m sk«>? "*'§., 1 ■cs^SaSIH 7^^ Mi ilEf?*Y eJp ;?l-ij ■4 /. i®* >r. ■ gg§!?£sf . I - J?k?V P SR#j LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People" * ' $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. IX Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, October 1, 1908 No. 7 Great fitins, Man! Don't chase around town hunting Bargains. THE SPOT CASH MAN has just returned from market. He has a house full of goods. He picked up some bargains which he intends to turu for the benefit of his customers. Don't miss them. Come in today. Tell your neighbors. Shoes Big lot.. For MEN AND WOMEN, BOYS AND GIRLS The wearing easy, pretty kind at prices that make them sell. Shoes is tny Specialty Big Lot Outings All the latest patterns, and serviceable. catchy Dress Goods for All Something pretty—the latest in Dress Novelties. Prices right. Clothing at a Sacrifice This first whiff of winter reminds us that we need fall cl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 October 1908

Wm * * - — autyof the Ostrich Plume By Julia Bottomtey, m -i ■Sgg& titft JVO. J X >o. L A panama, trimmed with ostrich •nd velvet. No. 2. Midsummer model trimmed with net edged with silk braid. No. 3 Smart street hat trimmed with griped ribbon and straw ornaments. OME interesting fact3 come to light when one is looking up the subject of ostrich feathers. It is profitable to become acquainted with these. The ungainly bird of fine idumage, whose splendor we bor- iow and improve upon, is grown la South Africa and in our own country. South African species fur- nish the best quality of feathers. 1?he birds are plucked for their plumes <J>nce in every eight months or three times in two years. London is the great central market lor raw feathers. Buyers generally i;o there to obtain their stocks and buy I he feathers which have been sorted into different grades and sell at so much per pound. It is curious to observe the features Ifeat make a plume more or less val- itnable. It ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 October 1908

i JS3 mi IISIBM fg K 3S3& y^ s " SES^ KITCHENETTE FLATS. ffwi p*ii E&S fc2* Ife Home Prayed For by the Bachelor Maid Now Making Its Appearance. Slowly but surely the kitchenette flat, prayed for by the bachelor maid, is making its appearance. Another Harlem apartment house has gone up with suited of two and three rooms and bath and kitchenette, and before it was finished all of the small apart- ments were taken. The flats have elevator service, dumb waiters, telephones, hardwood floors and nice bathrooms. The kitch- enette is built in an alcove off the living room and two doors surmounted by an open grillwork shut it off when not in use. It contains six broad, roolny shelves, and beneath these is a porcelain sink under which the refrigerator is built. Then there is a two burner gas range. The shelves are for cooking utensils and supplies and china if desired, but it is usual to keep china in an out- side closet. There are no washtubs, but bachelor maidens have been known tb ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 October 1908

'■*$. |p|pgp| gggj^ 8# James I Graham Wagon sold by B. F. Ellington & Co. i w < FOUND IN THE GREAT _ Dalm ettq I 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. N The root, the bark, the berry—all have been made to contribute their share ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 October 1908

t." -t'* Plii 3k few-: * ': * * * * * * * * FREE *£■ * * * * * * * * * * Tf"i FREE Art Floral Plaque The Most Liberal Offer Ever Made *k Dear Madam:— We have just purchased some beautiful, highly decorated, High Ai-i Floral Plaques of different de- signs to use as an advertisement. We cordially invite you to visit our store, where we can show you the various designs which surpass anything wo have ever seen in beautiful coloring and artistic effect. The Plaques are entirely new, and, as we have purchased a large quantity, we intend to give them away as an inducement for you to give us your pat- ronage. Our stock has never been so complete nor so up to date as at the present time. Do not neglect to call, for we are anxious for trade, and are here for the pnrpose of serving you to the best of our ability. Thanking you for any favors you might have given us in the past, and assuring you that we will appreci- ate'your trade, we are, - Yours truly, R. P. Coke, Atlanta. - - - - Texas * 4- ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 October 1908

BR®- i m Wm > mmm i THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS.. Publishers ATLANTA, TEXAS The worst one can say of Auckland !b that It is absolutely all right The French simply can not under- stand Wilbur Wright. He must talk with his hands still. A man named Wind won $15,000, in a Panama lottery, and, of course, blew it all in inside of a week. Another evidence that the horseless age has not yet been reached isvNew York's crusade against horse thieves. Marie Corelli is writing a novel against "the drink habit" Just see what awful things the drink habit is responsible for. A Washington couple 'have had the onion label printed on their wedding Mritations. Does that make the walk- ing delegate the best man? A Colorado couple got married the other day and the license bore the number 1313. Their divorce papers will probably be marked 2323. New Zealand is a great sociologi- cal laboratory, but in her advertise- ments strict accuracy is not con- sidered essential, K would seem. The owners of skys...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 October 1908

ISPS - ■ mm NEW TOWN MODEL FILIPINO VILLAGE IS RUN IN YANKEE FASHION. || ISSIS&i General Bliss' Report of Conditions in Dependencies Tells of Efforts to Give Natives a Clean Mu- nicipality. Within earshot of the bugles of Un- cle Sam and on the opposite side of the Agus river from the military post of Camp Keithley, District of Lanao, Moro Province, P. I., has sprung up the town of Dansalan, which Gen. Tasker H. Bliss, U. S. A., in his annual report says is probably "the first and only instance in the Philippine islands of the establishment of an orderly and well-regulated community after the manner followed by the Anglo-Saxon settlers of the United States." His description of its beginning throws an instructive sidelight upon the strange land "laws" of the country, and shows how things often have to be done there outside the pale of the law to obtain results that are demanded by the needs of the people. The new town grew out of the ne- cessity of removing the settlement of squa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 October 1908

m. <v* -JKSiS&SZM&S&k* THE ATLANTA NEWS SUBSCRIPTION #1.00 PER ANNUM Juo. 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 I-2c 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 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, do not write. Hurrah for...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 8 October 1908

I E fgfpr W PISS ; IP*.* ..<* jsmf5*fc ftirff y*x.9- jgeqqssp A3* MCt*t aq }5yoa vS7a & ? Samns Ap> |ft|i ci vqeff n jwaf tpsff jfi<\ T jpfj ,3x0 ,o/& pe Sor osr (]>«¥ sffitiS so- excftjw&tl %. tot fnr > /*.?£• LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People" — i.-f] $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE ' •' jwiii. hi it A tfiB. Vol. IX Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, October 8,1908 fPSB No. 8 K i'ooj? : —i-'tA Attention, Farmers! I have a big stock of Shoes. They must be sold. I have them in fine Dress Shoes for Men. Women and Children, also in Good Substantial Work Shoes that will stand the Wear and Tear of the Laboring Man. Get my prices. I sell for Spot Cash, hence can make you the lowest prices- New Dry Goods coming in every day. Best value in Pants to be found in Atlanta. Come in today and see me. FRANK HUGHES The Spot Cash Man THE FARMERS RIGHT TO COMBINE In these days of combination and control:of prices on nearly all manufacture...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 8 October 1908

8$sip * ts W-fy. Biggs' t#" THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Anther t! "THE MAIN CHANCE." ZELDA DAME80N." Etc. Copyright 1006 by Bobba-HerriU Co. CHAPTER XXII.—Continued. She swung the lantern at arm's length back and forth so that its rays at every forward motion struck my face like a blow. 'It isn't exactly pleasant in this cav- ern. Unless you wish to turn me over to the lord high executioner, I will bid you good night." "But the infamy of this—of coming in here to spy upon me—to help my enemy—the man who is seeking plun- der—doesn't seem to trouble you." "No. Not a particle!" she replied quietly, and then, with an impudent fling, "Oh, no I" she held up the lantern to look at the wick. "I'm really disap- pointed to find that you were a little ahead of me, Squire Glenarm. I didn't give you credit for so much—persever- ance. But if you have the notes—" "The notes! He told you there were notes, did he? The coward sent you here to find them, after his other tools...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 8 October 1908

mm Ir - ■ . * MISS ESTHER HASSON HIGHEST PAID WOMAN IN NAVY. Is Superintendent of Division Created by Last Congress—Has Had Wide Experience in Caring for Sick and Wounded. IgfcK. Washington.—No appointment of re- cent years has excited more favorable comment than that of Miss Esther V. Hasson of Washington as head of the new Woman's Nurse corps of the navy. This corps, which was author- ized by the last congress, is similar to that which did such effective work dur- ing the Spanish-American war in hos- pitals and on the Relief, and its per- manent establishment in the navy is a source of great gratification to the medical officers of that service, who realize' that there are many times in peace and war when the hand of a woman, especially a trained woman nurse, is indispensable to the sick and wounded. Although Miss Hasson was notified of her appointment only a few days ago, she is already installed in a new- ly created division of the bureau of medicine and surgery at the navy de- ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 8 October 1908

\ ' ' - ' - 7 , I Wm -• ■ -n- g£P & Sg? i ?-v- James & Graham Wagon sold b (Of Co. i I S. Kaleski's Offerings 4 iTE have something new every day—some f y bargains to offer. It will pay you to step in at our store for anything you need. We can save you money. Clothing. Our Stock of Clothing is complete. We want you to see bur Ederheiner, Stein & Co.'s line of "Very Good" suits for boys. The boys will go wild over our ciothes. We also have the swellest patterns in men's clothing Our clothes are dependable, wearable garments. The fit is perfect. The styles are the latest. The prices are the lowest, taking in consideration the quality and workmanship. You must come in and see them. 4 Specials ! J|: KSK- mm r BgfcJ . mjfi !_ * * * * ❖ * * * * * * * * 5c 5C 5c 5C 61<2c Elegant Apron Ginghams, small checks. per yard . Niee Grade Bleaching per yard. Good Grade Unbleached per yard Good Heavy Grade Cotton Checks per yard Nice Grade Calico, good colors r. per yard Ou and Uu Nice...

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