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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 9 April 1908

Kftl HERE ISAN EXCELLENT CHANCE FOR YOU 1 ■ ~ -~5szss£~SSmmS=!S^~^^m=~Sz5£^ESmmmm*mmmmmmmm—mmmmm*~mm~m^s^xs?~mmmmmmrssss2SSsmm' At Our Fire Sale Saturday April 11th | K ISr-fr TWO weeks ago we were unfortunate in having a fire which damaged our Stock sever- al tnousand dollars. Some of these goods were only slightly damaged. We must sell them at a great reduction. Hence we offer BIG BARGAINS in Furniture, Chairs, Tabl es, Kitchen Safes, Dressers, etc. Many of these are only slightly blistered. Also a lot of Mattresses which were damaged. We have sorted these things and placed them the old Russ Daniel Grocer Stand next door to N. S. Spearman & Co., where you may for a very small cost get anything you may need for your home. Many ol these articles are as good as ever for use. On Saturday, April 11th, these things will be on sale. Call and see them and take advantage of these bargains. These goods must be sold, mm : James & Craham Wagon sold by B. F. Ellington & Co. The Str...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 9 April 1908

gppl W^W^m a DUST IN THE COW STABLE, STABLE STALLS Arrangement Which Will Prove Best for Cow Barn. the Plain concrete, solidly laid and roughened on the surface, is the best floor for a cow stable. The illustra- tion shows the interior of a modern stable in which concrete has been 'f/. p 1 m t * >r V; Sunlight and Stable' Simplicity, used, showing how simple the stall arrangements may be made. Here the cows have plenty of room to move about, yet in stalls 3% feet wide they do not tread upon each other when they lie down. Simple chain ties are used, says the Farm and Home, and the manger is level with the floor and can be readily cleaned. There is no woodwork in the way of cleaning out the manure. The rear end of the slanting stali parti- tions is securely fastened by a single bolt placed in the concrete when it was laid. The entire woodwork can be removed if desired, leaving a per- fectly plain floor should the buildifg be used for other purposes than a dairy stable. A GOOD RATIO...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 9 April 1908

i THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS.. Publishers ATLANTA, - - - - TEXAS Recalls Dreyfus Casfv Another French officer has been con- victed of attempting to sell secrets to a foreign power and has been con- demned to life imprisonment in a fort- ress and, of course, to fce degraded from his rank in the navy. This recalls the case of Capt Dreyfus, largely be- cause it is different. There has al- ways been a strong suspicion that the Dreyfus affair was a "put up job" in so far as the accusations against that unfortunate man were concerned. Certainly no conclusive proof that he was guilty of treasonable acts was ever submitted, while the wicked con- duct of some of his accusers was amply demonstrated. In the latest in- stance the accused person has made full confession, or at least is officially reported to have done so, after being "caught with the goods." But even with the strong testimony against him, remarks the Troy (N. Y.) Times, he was not humiliated as was Dreyfus, who for various r...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 9 April 1908

% i. ■ -.'v-V't--"' " 1 ^ r-i To The Public Some people are letting their cattle run at large in violation of the stock law, and said cattle are intruding an our farms. Notice is hereby given that when any cattle are found on our premises, they will be penned and owner will have to pay damages to crops with costs. W B Spearman, Jim Jett. W ■ / Can Double Your Salary The Business of this Place Is to Raise Salaries That sounds queer doesn't it? and yet there is such a place in reality—THE SOUTHWEST ERN BUSINESS COLLEGE, of Texarkana—an institutionthe entire business of which is to raise, not merely salaries, but YOUR SALARY. In a few months time and at a mere trifle of cost we train you o adv ance in your chosen lin e or to profitably change to a more congenial occupation. Write for free catalogue to- day. Visit us. Open from 7:30 n the morning to 9:30 at night, oth day and night school. Southwestern Business College Texarkana, Aakansas-Texas. Agents Wanted!—16x20 cray- on portraits 4...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 16 April 1908

I II 'V LOVKLACK BROS., Publish kits and Proprietors •'The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. VIII Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, April 16 1908 QNO..S5 H. E. L. A. C. J. iM' RAlLtiY BltVAN (.1,1!It 3Ieetiug, Monday Night Prepara- tions to Entertain Bailey — _ ' The Bailev-Bryan Democratic Club held a called session in the Mayor's office Monday night. Pres. Hugh Carney called the meeting to order slating that the object of the meeting was to make arrangmeuts for the re- ception and entertainment of Senator J. W. Bailey, Monday, April 20. Committees were appointed as follows: Finance, A. J. Mc- Williams, Dr. M. A. Ledbetter and N. S. Spearman. Arrang- ments, O. L. Johnson, .]. B. Mc- Clung. S. T. Deason, J. M. Pepper, W. B. Spearman and H. P. O'Neal. Reception, A. O'Neal, Hill Stewart, J. Ellington, J. M. Ormand, J Lovelace, E. Newt Spivey, C. Oliver, Geo. Grogan, J. Hutchison, A. P. Pouche, J. Barfield, J. M. Hurt, Ike Sim mons, A. R. Hardy, C E. Davis, C....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 16 April 1908

THE ATLANTA NEWS M i LOVELACE BROS.. Publishers ATLANTA, - - - - TEXAS * • Sheep Succeeding Cattle in the West, The cattle barons of the west, who once held undisputed sway over the great public domain, have been dis- placed, in the last few years, by new lords of wealth and power—the sheep men. Travel over the Pecos country • in New Mexico, where John Chisum ruled like a lord of old, and where his baronial retainers fought desperate battles with the retainers of rival cat- tle barons, and what will you find but sheep, and more slieep? To be sure there are plenty Of cattle left in the country, but they are split up in tiny herds among'the small ranchers, while most of the unfenced range is grazed over by great flocks of sheep, of all grades and values, in charge of Mexi- can herders in all states of somno- lency. In Montana, Wyoming and Col- orado, wtiere the dust of the cattle trails once clouded the blue skies, the old highways of the steer are grass- covered, and—the mockery of i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 16 April 1908

IS fee tMd |H r FARMERS' EDUCATIONAL MID CO-OPERATIVE UNION I ===== OF AMERICA = mi him «a READY FOR PEACE. w "They Cry 'Peace, Peace,' but There Is No Peace." The farmers, under the leadership of the Farmers' Union, have put up such a fierce fight against the specu- lative interest for the last four years that they (the speculators) are ready to treat for peace, but boys, they are not willing for us to name the term3. We have fought them until they have decided that we were a power to be reckoned with. At first they laughed at us. They made fun of us. Now they are coming to us and say- ing, "let us reason together about these things," but it is not yet time to consider peace. We must prepare for the most terrific battle this fall that has ever been known between two great financial interests. The spec- ■ ulators when they find that we will not treat on their terms, will prepare to stake all on that battle, and it is up to us to decide whether we will surrender on their terms or fig...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 16 April 1908

gaging - . r, 'f*j*m?SmBgS 'SS8?i£?SE£a0H*^P THE ATLANTA NEWS SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER ANNUM Jno. L. Lovelace A. Fred Lovelace Publishers. Entered at the postoftice at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail matter US 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 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. ANNOUNCEM...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 16 April 1908

ames & Graham Wagon sold by B. F. Ellington & Co. The Texas Campaign is Fire Sale Continued m Owing to the bad weather, last Saturday, we did not sell all our fire and water damaged stock of safes, beds, chairs, tables and other items of furniture. The Sale will be continued Saturday, April 18, at the same place, Russ Daniel Build- ing, next door to N. S. Spearman & Co. If you need these things, you can get thepi at a great bargain. R. S. ALLDAY & SON THEWORLDTAKES OFF ITS^HAT TO The Tyler Commercial College Of Tyler Texas The world loves a winner. This school won over all other commercial schools in making the largest enrollment foy stu- ents for 1907. It is sure to win the same honor again in 1908 if the present largo attendance is any indication. The Tyler Commercial Col- lege was the first school to re- duce the time for completing a thorough practical course of shorthand from six to eight months down to three; it was the first to reduce the lime for tak- ing a B...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 16 April 1908

ELECTRIC TROLLEY SWITCHES. improved Type Which Are Easily Op- erated by the Motorman. It seems strange that most trolley companies persist in keeping up an- tiquated mechanical systems of switching, when automatic electric systems are in practical use both here and abroad. On some lines the motor- man is even still obliged to throw the switch himself, with an iron rod kept on the front platform for the purpose, while on the more up-to-date systems a special switchman by the roadside 9perates a lever as the passing cars are to go over one or the other branch. In the electric systems it is necessary m & handle of his controller, the current passes through the switching mechan- ism when the trolley wheel passes the aerial contact and the switch is actu- ated. Everything returns to the nor- mal position when the trolley wheel passes the second point of contact. "If, now, we examine in detail the latest of these mechanisms, that is, the one of Messrs. Tierney and Ma- lone, we see tha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 16 April 1908

II ill r vm ■sUSe EMm :.:m->; «!& M jjrg^3g| r*£fJ" ■ ■ ^' fe y49^^ f'i-1' Jl'.> 1#1 C- fe&i- KN ssv The Evolution of Household Remedies. The modern patent medicine busi- ness is the natural outgrowth of the old-time household remedies. In the early history of this country, UVERY FAMILY HAD ITS HOME- HADE MEDICINES, Herb teas, bitters, laxatives and tonics, were to he found in almost every house, compound- ed fry the housewife, sometimes assisted l>y the apothecary or the family doctor. Buch remedies as picra, which was aloes and quassia, dissolved in apple brandy. Sometimes a hop tonic, made of whiskey, hops and bitter barks. A score or more of popular, home-made remedies were thus compounded, the formulae for which were passed along from house to house, sometimes written, sometimes verbally communicated. * The patent medicine business is a natural outgrowth from this whole- some, old-time custom In the begin- ning, some enterprising doctor, im- pressed by the usef...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 16 April 1908

ret Baileylsm Davidsonism and Johnsonism Attorney General Davidson and Cone Johnson are equally the nominees of the anti-Bailey convention at Waco. Indeed, the present crusade grew out of the foimer's assults upon Sena- tor Bailey and revolves around him, while the anti-Bailey party prefers and exhibits the latter as the head of its ticket. . . 1 . \ vThe anti.Bailey argument is that a vote for Bailey is approv- al of Bailey's private .transac- tion. The answer to that argu- ment is that Bailey's private transactions have been twice adjudged'guiltlessT by"the~leiiF- lature of Texas. But taking the argument on# its face, it follows that if the vote for Bailey is ap- proval of his private transac- tions, then a vote for Davidson and Johnson is approval of their private tranactions. . Davidson's private transac- tions include the acceptance of a stipend of $100 a month fro m a law firm for the use of his name, and of the renting of property under his control for immoral purposes. These...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 23 April 1908

LOyELACE BRQS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People" —"t —' ■ 1 * t $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVAlfcE Vol. VIII Atlanta, Cass Cdllllty, Tex$s, Thursday, April 23 190S' •• ' i mjitltfrs ' ■■ > -i* ' . ' ' ' . i' i" ' " 'i* r „ No. 86 A GREAT SPEECH SB fl-"- " B ■ Hon. H. A. O'Neal Reviews the Charges Against Senator !$attey Saturday at one o'clock at the Spearman warehouse Hon. Har- dy A. O'Neal made a forcible argument and an eloquent ap- peal m favor of Hon. J. W. Bai- ley and the Ft. Worth ticket for delegates to the Denver conven- tion, There were about 275 voters present besides a number of wo- men and children. Mr. O'Neal was introduced by Hagh Carney in a few well cho- sen words. It was evident that the crowd was largly in sympathy with the speaker, yet there were a number of Anti« Bailey people present. The speaker expressed regret that state Senator E. G. Senter was not present to join in the discussion of the issues. Mr. O'Neal's speech was a dispas- sionate ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 23 April 1908

LOVELACE BROS,, Publishers ATLANTA, TEXAS Standardizing Education. When Mr. Carnegie established his !Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching, he may or may not have laad in mind a unification and stan- dardizing of college education in North America; but that is something which his great gift is likely to accom- plish. The nominal purpose of the Foundation is to provide a fund the in- come from which may provide retir- ing pensions for aged professors in Buch non-sectarian colleges of the Uni- ted States, Canada and Newfoundland as are not supported by the state. This purpose has been strictly ad- hered to, but in order that it might be accomplished it has been necessary for the president and trustees to do much preliminary work. What is a col- lege? What is "non-sectarian?" Does & small grant from a state constitute state support? These and pther simi- ' lar questions were fundamental. In order to settle the first one, says the Youth's Companion, the officers of the Foundat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 23 April 1908

Pi|pl 1 |pp Mi I j ■ "S-m FACTS FADS FALLACIES Dealing with Personal Magnet- ism, Telepathy, Psychology. Suggestion, Hypnotism, and Spiritualism. By EDWARD B. WARMAN, A. M. Zminent Psychologist and Hrcienist. q '' * % "ii i. i:*: SPIRITISM. Clairvoyance and Clairaudience. There Is quite a question among in- vestigators of "psychic phenomena" as to the existence of what is known a« "independent clairvoyance." Dr. Hudson was loath to believe in it. He frankly stated that he did not be- lieve in the genuineness of the power; that he had never been able to lo- cate the boundary line between telep- athy and clairvoyance; that they are divided only by their names; that he had looked in vain for indubitable evidence of the reality of the power of "independent clairvoyance." This was hiB conclusion at the close of his investigations as recorded in his "Law of Psychic Phenomena" (1893), but in talking the matter over with him In 1889 he modified his statement by saying that "in almost every ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 23 April 1908

7 ■ ■■ . ■■■■ - ■■ ■ "" ' . THE ATLANTA NEWS SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER ANNUM Jtfo. L. Lovelace A, Fred 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. 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 &re 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. J 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. ANNOUNCEMEN...

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

~-!-c—----???-r- [*A ?,5SHS ouse Full of Bargains For Everybody . .. 1 . , g T " —————— . „ , -___-_ -____ §5^; -y?ii-* '■■ ' " - • - ; • •'. ' 'jf.r The Spot Cash Man Has Bargains to Offer for Next Fifteen Days A Quiet Wedding. Men's Dress Shirts Worth 75c to $1.00 Stacked up Here in Big Lots, each... Railroad .Goblets per set. 40c 35c 50c Cups and Saucers Worth 85c, per set Enambled Ware at half price, Ladies' Low Quarter Shoes that will Surprise you. Good Palmetto Hats . Ladies' Pants 20c 25c Men's Underwear Worth 50c. 37 1-2c Best Quality Overalls from.. 40c to SI .00 All the Calico that you can prize up with rft a forty foot pole, per yard Jy Cotton Checks, per yard : §C Big Line Percale Worth 12>£c 7(J Suspenders Worth 35c and 40c 20c Baseball Shoes,. Balls and Rubber Balls, Lot of White Lawns and Figured Lawns to go at Bargains. '' '• - *- } {; / - , r ' Window Shades. Case of Men's Hosiery—Don't forget that I handle boy's and Men's suits at prices that suit the times. I m...

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

SERIAL STORY THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON •I THE MAIN CHANCE." DAME80N," Etc. ZELDA Cop/right 1906 t>j Bobba-MsrriU Co. CHAPTER II. m U: A Face at Sherry's. We shook hands stifl^y and I left Bum, going down in an elevator filled with eager-eyed, anxious men. I, at least, had no cares of business. It made no difference to me whether the market rose or fell. Something of the spirit of adventure that had been my corse quickened in my heart as I "walked through crowded Broadway past Trinity church to a bank and drew the balance remaining on my letter of credit I received in currency ■lightly less than $1,000. As I turned from the teller's window 1 ran Into the arms of the last man in the world I expected to see. This, let it be remembered, was in October of the year of our Lord, nine- teen hundred and one. "Don't mention my name an thou forest me!" said Laurance Donovan, and he drew me aside, ignored my land and otherwise threw into our meeting a casual quali...

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

THE PART HE PREFERRED. mm Ifort im Subtle Meaning In Poet's Criticism of Decollete Costume. Joaquin Miller, the poet of the Sier- ras, is something of a recluse and rarely comes into San Francisco, but when he does he is made a good deal of a Hon. On his last visit he was one of the guests at a rather formal dinner at a friend's house where he stayed overnight. His hostess had known the poet since her childhood, so she felt priviliged, next morning, to discourse to him of the beauties of the Parisian gown she had worn the night before—beauties which seemed to have escaped his observation. Mr. Miller listened to all that she had to say and remained silent. "But didn't you reaUy like the dress?" pleaded the lady. "Well," replied the poet, "I did like part of it well enough." The lady brightened. "Indeed?" she said. "What part?" "The part you had on," answered the poet; and that ended the discus* sion.—Lippincott's. SKIN TROUBLES CURED. First Had Itching Rash—Threatened Later With Bloo...

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

■ THAT 9 1,5 0 0 DRAFT Evidence Shows That Bailey Knew Nothing about Alleg- ed Pierce Telegram and Correspondence [From Judge J. H. Robertson's minority report, legislative in- vestigation 1907] What purported to be. a tele- gram dated at Lake Nebagamon Wis., June 12, addressed to An- drew M. Finley, St. Louis, sign- ed by H. C. Pierce, was intro- duced in evidence, reading as follows: "If Johnson approves, author- ize Bailey to loan Stribling on his note $1,500. Bailey should quiet all Texas parties. Tell him I will see him soon." That June 13, 1900, at Gains- ville, Texas, Senator Bailey drew a a sight draft on H. C. Pierce of St Louis, payable to the order of the Red River Nat lonal bank of Gainesville,Texas; that the proceeds of this draft were placed to the credit of Sen- ator Bailey iti the Gainsville National bank, and were by him checked out and paid out within a few days after the drawing of the draft, the proceeds being applied to his own personal use in Gainsville, no par...

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