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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 8 October 1908

^ ,r- - -•" ■ - •- -- rwsatsBm . Pllpl : ■ -.^z.;7 m m IPvl - •^>-iOk W -^f> § # P8ill|«| p? i • ✓■ & $ # m ® m B m m m ; Two Things Needful There are two articles of wearing apparel needful to every man and boy in the eounty--good Clothing and Shoes. You cannot be well dressed without them. You can not be comfortable with- ■ *' ^ \ out them. There is no use spending time arguing with you. Come in and see our stock. Try them on and look for the Superb brand of cloth- ing and the "Star 5 Star" Shoes. Superb Clothing. Will prove the best clothing investment you ever made. Only the \ i - . finest and most durable fabrics are used. The styles are cor- rect. The tailor- ing is faultless. They look like made-to - measure suits They are sold for the lowest prices for which equally good clothing can be be bought any where. They are the height of perfection for young men. Bring the boys in and fit them out in something dur- able. Robert"Johnson-Rand Shoes Our stock of Shoes will no...

Publication Title: Atlanta News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 8 October 1908

fm if - : 11 i m £f: - &** '- •" ft THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS., Publishers ATLANTA, TEXAS For Better Roads. Many Americans who live in or neai large cities would be surprised to hear lit stated that the United States has the poorest roads of any civilized country in the world. Nevertheless, the statement is declared by all who have had opportunity to learn by ex- perience to be unquestionably true, when the roads of the whole country are considered. Lately there has been much criticism of the automobile as being destructive of good roads. The damage is so great that in France the government has been forced to take up the matter, and is even now study- ing preventive plans. In the United States, however, it may be that the automobile will yet prove a powerful Influence in better roads. The Ameri- can Automobile association has re- cently held a two days' good roads convention in Buffalo, at which pro- vision was made for practical demon- strations of the best methods of road...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 8 October 1908

\w ^X/ - C"-' i.EST 4E FORGET. No Roseate Postcard Without Its Thorn of Suggestion. Harold's mother—we'll call htm Har old—west abroad a month ago, leav- ing Harold under the somewhat un- substantial control of his elder sisters. IB spite of the itemized directions wit* which even unto the moment of final leave-taking she had not ceased to bombard him, Harold's mother was far from sure that her efforts would have any lasting effect. Her voyage was more or less dis- turbed by these doubts, but before she landed on the other side she had ietermined on a course of action. Like all small boys, Harold is most cov- etous of picture postcards and had looked forward to a harvest from his mother's trip. He got it Every day she sent at least one card. And whatever else it bore in the vay of inscription, there was not one which failed of this introduction: "Just as soon as you get this go and brush your teeth." ANNUAL SALES OVER NINE MILLION. Qood, reliable quality is appreciated by the smoker...

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

THE ATLANTA NEWS subscription si.00 PER annum Jno. l. Lovelace a, Fred Lovelace • - *• ." /'kife Publishers. Entered at the postoffice at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail matter ;.V Itff. '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 Wednesday. Obituaries and cards of thanks will bp charged for at the rate of 2 cents a line, .. • . jno poetry or verse accepted for publication, unless ttthe 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. Prom better streets...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 22 October 1908

... a il - ■ .. -j- >\ ' • _... «J- *. -a sfc * * S ^ - llli •f ' ■•-'. ' ' v ••• ' ■" " *v -•:- '"'■ ■• ■ ■- pp., I : *3 53 , ... . , ■- ., ..._ ..,_ -. ..jdi . - .^. .• „ . .. ^ .... £|Pg ~r> j m'-is - of* ■■ . '■ 'M*, :> *, '"■ "• %'i'v ^sj*m V-*- •'' .IF ■'/-*. j ' • %i'-V gpsl . • • ■ ^—• ' ■ iW r. LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors J**-*. ... - 'V - . V- . _r —*—^ ^ "The Newspaper-for the People" ———,— . i . <.■ > —-—; — ' •• 4; ' A - $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. IX — —— Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, October 22,1908 — M ,r. No. 10 ■ — — j fc;^" ■ ( V.V: {©i A Store Full of This Season's New Goods Bought at the Lowest Prices Merchandise of a Dependable Kind at Prices I Lower than others ask for poorer qualities... - m m ^ ■- j E are bidding for your patronage through the medium of the finest merchandise and the lowest | |a- £ > t * < • f| *• • - ' ' prices Atlanta has ever known. Thousands of dollars worth of bright sparkling new goods are ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 22 October 1908

i: Hi m m m IP i&R$ m % THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON at "THE MAIN CHANCE." ZEL9A DANE80N." Etc. Copyright 1M by Ilubtn-Herrill Co. CHAPTER XXIV.—Continued. "That was originally a trench for natural gas pipes. There was once a large pumping station on the site of this house, with a big trunk main run- ning off across country to supply the towns west of here. The gas was ex- hausted, and the pipes were taken up before I began to build. I should never have thought of that tunnpl in the world if the trench hadn't suggest- ed it. I merely deepened and widened it a little and plastered It with cheap cement as far as the chapel; and that little room there where I put Picker- ing's notes had once been the cellar of a house built for the superintend- ent of the gas plant. I never had any idea that I should use that passage as a means of getting into my own house, but Marian met me at the station, told me that there was trouble here, and came with me through the c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 22 October 1908

I. : t ■ HEN MADE TROUBLE CAUSED MUCH COMMOTION IN MEETING HOUSE. Attempt to Eject Clucking Biddy Caused Much Loss of Temper and Some Damage to the Clothes of the Congregation. They have had more trouble at our meeting house. Last Sunday Rev. Mr. Moody was Jest beginning his sermon and had ut- tered the words, "Brethren, I wish to direct your attention this morning to the fourth verse of the twelfth chap- ter of Saint—" when a hen emerged from the recess beneath the pulpit. As she had just laid an egg, she in- terrupted Mr. Moody to announce the fact to the congregation; and he stopped short as she walked, out into the aisle, screeching: "JKuk-kuk-kuk- kuk-te-ko! Kuk-kuk-kuk-kuk-te-ko!" Mr. Moody contemplated her for a moment, and then concluded to go on; bat the sound of his voice seemed to provoke her to rivalry, and so she put on a pressure of five or six pounds to the square inch, and made such a racket that the preacher stopped again, and said: "Will Deacon Grimes please re mov...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 22 October 1908

' / ~T" ' * t * Hfc '*&'>■ '■ NOTICE TO BIRD HUNTERS T Chamblee, Wood, Otis a Hargett, Wells A G We, the undersigned citizens of Alamance, Beech Creek, Snyrna and Elberta Neighbor- hoods, hereby warn any and all persons not to hunt or shoot any quail or birds of any kind whatever on our farms or lands. We will, if this notice is viola - tad, prosecute any and all per- sons who may violate same to the fall extent of the law. We mean business in this matter. Signed as follows: A T Howard, J Bob Bell, Walter Glass, Joe Law, J J P Bradley, S C Endsley, W A Eliott, W A Ken- nedy, C A Porterfield, F M Parker, T G Johnson, D H Jack- son, J T Blizard, P S Taylor, J M Pall ins, Glen Pitts, J M Miller, W M Kennedy, J C Wood, John M Taylor, S S San- dlin, C H Long, W B Taylor, T M Yancy, L C Childs, E H Childs, D H Pyle, M B Wilk- erson, T E Smith, Mr. Chand- ler, H C Gilley, C C Powell, J A Williams, G G Moulder, R G McCoy, G W Pitts, T Pyles, G E Ba'rber, A C Barber, G C Barber, Mrs. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 22 October 1908

Ha! FREIGHT RITES ON COT- TON WILL NOT BE RENICEO The Texas Railroad Commis- sion, which has been receiving a large number of petitions from the farmers of the state reques- ting a reduction in the rate on cotton, has announced through the daily press that no redac- tion will be made this year. The Commission is now contesting before the Interstate Commerce Commission the recent 10 per cent advance in freight rates from St. Louis, Kansas City and Chicago, to Texas points, and on account of the showing made by the railroads in this hearing, the Texas commissioners do not believe that it would be advisa- ble to try to reduce rates on cot- ton at the present time. Prom recent statements made by Com • missioner Colquitt, it would ap- pear that the Texas Railroad Commission is not as powerless to protect tne people as some of its published statements would indicate, but regardless of whether or not this is correot, the grave injustice done the farmers in the preseut high rates on cotton ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 22 October 1908

THE ATLANTA NEWS Hi LOVELACE BROS.. Publishers ATLANTA, TEXAS Chicago Record-Herald: Ambassa- dor Hill will continue to ambass. The czar is said to have a dozen crowns. His head lies uneasy enough with one. "All in favor of apple dumplings please rise," says the Baltimore Sun. The ayes have it. Men will have to buy the dominion of the air with blood. That was how the land was won and the sea. And pow comes the pigskin further to divert attention from the game of savins the country.—Boston Herald. No one objects to the directoire gown provided it does not look as if the lower part of it had caught on a nail. "No woman who wears a 'rat' shall become my wife," says an Ohio col- lege professor. Rough on rats, for sure." Esperanto, of course, is not a dead or even a dying language. Its "rat- tling tn the throat" is an auricular il- lusion. A Chicago princess who is stranded in Paris finds it fa mighty little in the way of groceries that she can buy on her title. We ore worried about wher...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 22 October 1908

70^ IB® f- •>;. i; i-Mti 'feafejawMHK %j . -r -;;: ' •sfissisaw8i?ft ®S Jlft • ?■' - '♦MM ♦♦♦♦♦♦<♦♦♦♦♦>♦♦♦♦ ♦"H" FARMER. AND PLANTER I ?-\- | 1m. .faith. Here in the country's heart Where the grass is green, Life is the same sweet life As it e'er hath been. Trust in a God still lives, And the bell at morn Floats with a thought of God O'er the rising corn. God comes down in the rain, And the crop grows tall— 'This is the country faith, And the best of all. —Norman Gale. New Power for the Farm. The little motor threatens to revo- lutionize the back-breaking business ol farming, just as it has almost every other industry in the world. Hundreds of farmers are looking over the pros* pects of a plant on their premises and are making estimates of the cost. In establishing such a plant the ini- tial cost ranges anywhere from $75% up, as no estimates can be given without locations, facts and full details with figures. Of course in establishing such a plant steam power is out of the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 22 October 1908

V : - gm p. iiii H m % 4 A . w,: > / Wz THE ATLANTA NEWS SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER ANNUM Jno. L. Lovelace A, Fred Lovelace } Publishers. Hear Morris Sheppard in At- lanta, Oct. 28, at 10 a. m. 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 5c Notice All advertising copy shodd be in this office not latter than Wednesday noon. ? - Church and society notices are given free insertion, but must be handed in before Wednesday. 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,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 October 1908

ipe; pag I I. IM «f -: ^Sjirfy ■ Ji LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors • i- "The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. IX i. - 4 Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, October 29* 1908 No. 11 eauty and Comfort are two things to be considered in the arrange- ment of your home. Ecomomy is another feature to be considered. Give us a minute of your time and we can show you that you can look after these things by visiting our store. Furniture. vy E have jnst received a car of Furniture. This includes all the latest styles in solid oak turniture. Besides chairs, rockers and the usual line of furniture, we have some handsome showings in Davenports, Book Cases, China Closets, Wardrobes, ctc. Beds of all kinds from ordinary wood to fancy Iron Beds and mag- nificent Folding Beds. In fact we have anything you need to furnish, beautify and adorn your kitchen, dining room, bed rooms or parlor. Ladies are especially invited to call and see our beautiful array of furniture...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 October 1908

iggg 11 - g|§ p = m After suffering for seven years, Oris woman was restored to health by JLydia E. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound. Bead her letter. Mrs. Sallie French, of Paueaunla, Ind. Ter., writes to Mrs. Pinkham: "I had female trembles for seven years—was all run-down, and so ner- vous I could not do anything. The doctors treated me for different troubles but did me no good. While in this con- dition I wrote to Mrs. Pinkham for ad- vice and took Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege- table Compound, and I am now strong and welL" FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN. For thirty years Lydia E. Fink- ham's Vegetable Compound, made from roots and herbs, has been the standard remedy for female ills, and has positively cured thousands of women who have been troubled with displacements, inflammation, ulcera- tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities, periodic pains, backache, that bear- ing-down feeling, flatulency, indiges- tion,dizziness,orneryous prostration. Why don't you try it ? Don't hesitate to write to Mrs. Pin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 October 1908

spmp™- 'J' - ^His fSSlsl# 1 I * mS&i ®fe&S M1 a .VV- FOR FIRST REPAST APPETIZING BREAKFAST TABLE DAINTIES. Pan and Griddle Cakes of Various Kind#—Recipe for Plain Waf- fles—Green Corn Fritters That Are Delicious. French Pan Cakes—Beat smoothly together six eggs and a half pound of flour. Melt four ounces of butter and add to the batter', with one ounce of sugar and a half pint of milk. Put a spoonful at a time into buttered fry- ing pan and spread evenly on the sur- face. Indian Pan Cakes—Take a pint of cornmeal, a teaspoonful of salt, one of soda, pour on boiling water to make a thick mush; let stand until cool; add the yolks of four eggs, half a cup- ful of flour and stir in as much but- termilk as will make a good batter. Beat the whites of the eggs and stir them in. Bake In a well greased skillet. Crushed Wheat Griddle Cakes.—One teacupful of cracked wheat, two pints of flow, two spoonfuls of white sugar, half a teaspoonful of salt, two of bak- ing powder, one egg and on...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 October 1908

: ~ - : V " • 5:'-- BK m Issues Address. ■ . , ,, • It is an accepted fact that the 1908 cotton crop will fall short, of trie spinner's desires, and equally well known that stocks of raw cottoi^and manufactured cloth are very low: add to this the gradual betterment that is shown in the world's trade bud- get and then ask yourself this question, why should cotton sell at eight and nine cents when the manufactured goods are sell- ing at the same price as they did when raw cottou was selling at twelve to fourteen cents. Thoughtful people see in the Lancashire strike an effort to depress American cotton more than a purpose to lower wages. A very strong argument in fay or of the above fact is, foreign spinners have this season taken much more cotton than for the same period last yesr, while American mills have also taken more. These with many other facts clearly show the folly of farmers turning their cotton loose at present prices, we be- lieve all of you will agree to this. The people ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 October 1908

MNINIIHIML #s ' -- - Agricultural a^ LiveiStock j^ipn^lSdutH, TheState Fai r of Lou is i a n a, ShbeveroAt Nov.2to7incu, St . J J . ' ": ' ; 115.000 in P r em iU m Sa"°P u r s e s - Sho ws - M u sicH ITOhl. )v"Free Acts Each Day,and Night. Every Feature Bright and Sparkling. vj^RACEs'|p^ijCv3 Excursions ®n i a l l. R a i l r .oTa pjsy WRITE FOR Catalogue ,IJOUIS'MBrueggerhqff\^&^CI]> ' §ii§*® NOT SPEAK im G T Bartlett, republican can- didate for representative failed to show up ac his appointment at Oddfellow Hall to address the citizens there Tuesday eight. It was talked about town Tuesday that he was to be present At night the hall was lighted and a crowd of colored citizens had gathered. They were diappointed in the non appearence of their beloved leader. A dusky damsel had prepared a huge bouquefc of "Tech me-nots," as she called them, to present at the close of the speech. SHEPPARD SPEAKS Don't miss the noon day Con- cert by the Eiler Rip Van Win- kle Band. It is in keep...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 October 1908

■ m 1 ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS.. Publishers SH 1 ATLANTA, ■ - TEXAS PIS Forestry and Fire. Some reflections that were given much publicity about the time the congress of governors met last spring now comes back to memory, bearing a twisted look. We were all very virtu- ous just then. We had learned to our iiurprise and horror that our progeni- tors had been unpardonably reckless iin their dealings with the property uhey should have left intact to us. We iicolded them vigorously because they iiuul cleaned off our forests until we were within a quarter of a century of national baldness. The ghosts of those pioneers must be holding their sides when they look down on their successors in this supposedly inex- haustible region of natural affluence and behold us figuring up our fire losses for this summer. The bureau of forestry at Washington estimates that the destruction in the forests so far would equal the cost of a whole fleet of first-class battleships. That would probably amount t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 October 1908

m^'pi 5 /I 'i|^vss>^2s* fui/sr/mr/Q r «** 5S K ' Mmt&GPftoF AfflCMmVf $h££P/MG CONrfdF THE (MfflM IN 6F66M - .: <:-,:: • 7k£0/fiFcrom'Md WMMfy/tftce ©atts for ©MMremi 4&T N* DE shack wanted yez tuh heave clinkers, he did, huh? Well, I s*pose yez tole where t'eli he got off, didn't yez? "Naw, not fer dese weary meat hooks. I piles me carcus off de blind at dis hole in de woods an', wedder permittin*. me and de hoes .from de Ollie Ma- goo beltll roost here 'til de snow flickers." "Soy, how's de brakies down dat way? De last time me an' de Honyak wuz dere, de connie derated us from the inside of a empty inter a cactus garden, four hundred and eighty-wan miles from grub. We walks de ties fer tree weeks. Den *fe bits Alberquerque an' I near had tuh beat a carpet tuh git grub De ole gurrul would uv bad me welkin* only she grubs me foist, befoar she brings out de woik tools. Den 1 digs." "Dere's nnttin' like dat, dere, dese days. Dey leaves de pies an' eats out in de opun an'...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 October 1908

_ ™ itSS § ,. -rp i M ■—~ —-—— THE ATLANTA NEWS subscription $1.00 per annum ————————— j no. L. Lovelace A. Fred Lovelace Publishers. 1■ - af-w" V am ' R& life? - 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 6c ? ; r r! 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 Wednesday. Obituaries and cards of thanks will be charged for at the rate,of 2.cents a line, . . . No poetry or verse accepted tor publication, unless mthe 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., ...

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