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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 3 December 1908

— TO CURE A COUGH M fSt IS i ; Wg*r f! HE Or Break a Cold in 24 Hours Mix two ounces of Glycerine and a fctlf ounce of Virgin Oil of Pine com- pound pure with a half pint of Straight Whisky. Shake well and take a tear spoonful every four hours. The genuine Virgin Oil of Pine com- pound pure is prepared only by The Leach Chemical Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, and is put up only in half-ounce vials, each vial securely sealed in a round wooden case to insure its freshness and purity. An Intelligent Child. A small boy was playing with the tcissors, and his kindly old grand- mother ,chided him. "You musn't play with the scissors dear. I know a little boy like you who was playing with a pair of scissors j just like that pair, and he put them in his eye and put his eye out, and he could never see anything after that." The child listened patiently, and said, when she got through the nar- rative: , "What was the matter with his other eye?"—Bystander. Panorama Headaches. Caused by constant shifting ...

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

■in I ■ THE ATLANTA NEWS 8UBS0RIPTK>N $1.00 PER ANNUM = Jno. L. Lovelace a. Fred Lovelace Publishers. Entered at the postoffice at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail matter Plk,.: " DISPLAY ADVERTISING Single insertion per inch 10c Six months or more ...- 7 l-2c Ail ads. run and charged for until ordered discontinued. LOCAL ADVERTISING Each insertion, per line....— 5c Notice Alt 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 for publication, unless Bthe 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. James R Graham Wagon s...

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

S EsS mWm Hi - ■ i m ;— $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE The Newspaper for the People" LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors No. 17 Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, December 10, 1908 Vol. IX Good News m Hi OO YOU KNOW F. Ellington & Co. has one of the Largest and Best Stocks of Gen- eral Merchandise in Atlanta? It is a fact. This merchandise must sell. This stock includes a fine lot of Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Dry Goods, Dress Goods, Underwear, Neck- wear, etc. ' We also have a big stock Furniture, includ- ing Beds, Rockers, China Closets, Dressers, etc. The best line of Stoves on the market. Car load Pittsburg Perfeotion Field Fenoing, • ' 7 electrically welded. Also lot barbed wire. Prices right. B.F.EIImgton&Co. "What is the secret of suc- cess?" asked the Sphinx. "Push," said the button. "Never be led," said the pen- cilj, "Take pains, dow. "Always keep cool," said the ice. "Be up-to-date,'' said the cal- endar. "Neyer lose your head," said the barrel. "Make light of eve...

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

tAN&U HANIC5 FOR LAYING BRICK. New Labcr-Saving Device Called the Fountain Trowel. Bricklaying as an art has remained stationary for a long pereiod of time. The methods of the past are still in rogue and present practice varies but New Labor-8aving Device. WKi One is called the fountain trowel and the other is a packet system of han- dling the bricks. The trowel is a metal can, shaped something like a Dutch wooden shoe. The heel is used to scoop up mortar from the mor- tar box and the toe has a long opening the entire width of the can, through which mortar is poured upon the brick. This trowel or can makes it possible to spread a far greater quan- tity of mortar within a given time than the ordinary trowel, and permits the bricklayer to use mortar sufficient- ly soft to fill the joints better, not only because it runs down into the unfilled joints of the course below, but because it permits the shoving of the joints full of mortar in the cours* that is being laid. The packet is ...

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

iffr - E gpa AMERICANS IN BRITISH PULPITS, K; "A K-| EE L L ?4. , #♦ II Clergymen from Thl« Country Preack in Place* of Nonconformist's. American preachers are going to London in increasing numbers every summer and autumn to fill leading Nonconformist pulpits while the Eng- lish pastors are away on vacation. This was strikingly illustrated re- cently when Dr. Frank Gunsaulus of Chicago preached at the City Temple, Dr. S. Parkes Cadman of Brooklyn at the Whiteflelds tabernacle, Dr. Breughton of Atlanta at Westminster chapel, Mr. Emery Hunt of Dennison university (Ohio) at the Baptist chapel, St John's Wood, and Mr. H. Mudie of Portland, Me., at Stoke New- ington Baptist chapeL By the way, Mr. Gunsaulus9 opinion has been sought by an interviewer regarding the assertion by Rev. W. Klngscote Greenland that London is the wickedest city on the earth, and that, man for man, the Englishman is more immoral than the Frenchman. Mr. Gunsaulus has known London in- timately for 16 years and has a...

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

ma '< , JPL™JPP teopies' Popular Monthly You have been reading the Peoples'Popular Monthly three months as a compliment from the NEWS. You will not get another num ber unless you subscribe for it, r better still, pay your sub- scription to the Atlanta NEWS a year in Advance and get the Peoples' Popular Monthly a year free. Attend to the mat ter at once so you will get the December number. m 1 I f ■ I X I. Dr. Johnson's Accounts I thank those who responded to my needs while in Atlanta by paying their accounts. I still need money. Those indebted to me please leave the accounts at the First National Bank or leaye with Jim Embree. L S Johnson, M. D. *•> i • :-W' A C W Newkirk & Co. always handles the largest line of Holi- day goods in town. This sea- son his stock is larger, more varied than ever. He has pres- ents suitable for all the family from Grandpa down to the ba- by. We solicit your patrc • >sr** in this line. The T. & P. saw mill will be ready for operation in ...

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

- , | fm MMH Cash counts at this store. We are selling more goods than we ever sold before, because ¥e have a better stock and our prices are nearer down to the limit. See us before you part with your money. Our goods are all new, bought this season right in the wholesale markets. Fresh Car Flour Expected To-day Plenty Groceries, the best Groceries, as cheap as the cheapest. Feed Stuffs. All Wilds. Don't buy too quick. Give us a look. Slfi * * * * * % * 4- * * * * * 4- * f * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * REPORT OF RELIEF COMMITTEE We, the committee appointed to receive and disburse the funds contribute to the relief of the cyclone sufferers of Linden and vicinity, beg to submit to the public a report of the work in- trusted to our charge. There came into the hands of the committee, from first to last, the sum of $1945.45. On taking up the of division it was found that the contribu- tions had been collected from in- dividual and community sources, together with ia considerable am...

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

Pt#S: W- f-r. :-"i §|K^r: m '-'-M Ellington's Great Pre-inventory Sale The greatest sale in the history of Atlanta—one that you will never forget. $50,000.00 worth of dependable merchandise. Goods that you need in every day life. Yes in all the works of life, are now on sale in this vast Mercantile Emporium, at rock bottom prices unheard before in Atlanta,1 WE WELCOME every man, woman, boy and girl within a radius of 25 miles of Atlanta to visit our store and make their purchases, participating in thi3 great store. Say to your friends, "Meetme at Ellington's." Make "Ellington's" your pass word for the next 30 days. THE BIGGEST stock of goods in Atlanta, from which to mak¥e your selection and this mammoth stock must be reduced prior to our annual stock taking. Thousands of Dollars worth of the choicest of all kinds of merchand, some just from the factories, new and fresh, representing the nobbiest and best that skill and ingenuity can produce, are to be sacrificed at prices that will...

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

'MFIHBHWIHWIffl 'Will' 'IiiIWiPIMi'I'I'i ''I'l ii'F'i gssf. : IPfilfpS ■ S'Wy IIIRm * - I I I • ■ ■ liHiS - S8 ©1 P Ct^sT" m lip*f§5% H V.. _4a:?i *" ? * -v gRSP i§lSsSSS§fe3 feSi PS k Hp HRISTMAS is approaching—the happy, joyous season of good cheer. "Make somebody i / ^ I happy," is the sentiment of the Christmas season. We would not try to suppress the noble v-^ 2 spirit ot charity and helpfulness that prevails, but rather encourage it. It is a noble senti- ■*5 ."V ,S %-. • _ . " ; , . j, .<*•-'■ %.t; fJ ment, akin to the Divine. This store would like to have a hand in the promotion of good cheer. We believe we can be helpful in offering a few suggestions. You wish to add to the comfort and happiness of your family. To do this you need not be extravagant or wasteful in your purchases. You should be economical. There is much money expended each season on useless tliings---they perish with the passing of the season. We owe it to our famlies to be judicious in our purchases and b...

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

THE ATLANTA NEWS SfPP LOVELACE BROS., Publishers ATLANTA, - - - ■ TEXAS "Women should wear what they die," says a famous sociologist. They usually do, my dear, they usually do. Germany has not said much about it, but last year she paid $30,000,000 to invalid workmen in the way of old-age pensions. ▲ New York athlete wants $20,000 damages from the girl who jilted him. This shows that no matter how strong a man may be, a girl can usually throw him. Women in New York have formed an aero club. It Is useless for the men to think that the women will be satis- fied even when the men get off the surface of the earth. Mr. Edison thinks the present type of aeroplane will not be the flying machine of the future. At the proper time Mr. Edison will drop a few guard- ed hints as to the future airship. A judge in Indiana has decided that the letters "O. K." mean "All right." But think of the darkness which must beeloud the Indiana mind when such a question has to be taken to court A crabbed old ba...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 10 December 1908

Wmm IN THE- LIMELIGHT NEXT INDIANA GOVERNOR HI m 8SIB & • m PSal Thomas R. Marshall, Democratic governor- elect of Indiana, was an attorney of Columbia City, before his nomination for the highest office in the state by his party. Mr. Marshall poked his head up above the level of comparative obscurity several months ago, and captured the Democratic nomination for governor of Hoosierdom. It was not so much of a capture, for the Democratic nomination for governor of Indiana has been a sort of honorary position for the past dozen or so years. Almost anybody who was serious in asking for it could get it. John W. Kern has had it once or twice Up to that moment, Mr. Marshall was an un- known quantity outside his immediate neighbor- hood. He had not been an important factor in Democratic affairs—even Democratic affairs in Indiana, where, as has been intimated, the Democracy didn't have many af- fairs. The Republicans with glad acclaim nominated James E. Watson, con- gressman, spellbinde...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 10 December 1908

• ■ i gp|| .-J -fi; . ;'?- w®. wm0, "' fi HI — THE ATLANTA NEWS ' SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER ANNUM H Jno. L. Lovelace a, Fred Lovelace '• Publishers. Entered at the postofflce at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail matter James & Graham Wagon sold by B. F. Ellington & Co. Good roads! Keep-t talking it. We must have roads. DISPLAY ADVERTISING M§f Single insertion per inch 10c Six months or more — 7 l-2c All ads. run and charged for nntil ordered discontinued. LOCAL ADVERTISING . 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 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 neigh...

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

"""v - w mm '■ jiy«l fff |3P§?M ■ • mm 5S pss iglf ill 6 1 ?r-aiw^KiKaiwifigwt^ Q^g^\ - ."■«$>£, c:^, i&sSSrfc'-o: • -W'-' •' ,' ; T p| / V^ - ' i ~C >' V;'v > '? - *- *'•* " ■ ' * — LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People" — —— $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. IX Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, December 17, 1908 No. 18 — : ##§> $ ■ mmmmmmm® CHRISTMAS BUYERS f IP EPI t . •esesseee# # # m How Are These For Bargains Elegant Apron Ginghams, small checks, per yard Nice Grade Bleaching, per yard Good Grade Unbleached, per yard Good Heavy Grade Cotton Checks, per yard Nice Grade Calico, good r ^ colors, per yard Q|j and Nice Good Chambrajr, all colors, per yard Good Conors in Nice Grade Ginghams, per yard 5C 5c 5c 5c 6c 61-2 Nice Grade Cotton Flannel, per yard Good Heavy Crash, for towels, per yard Good Towels, per pair Good Thread, two spools 65c and 75c values Mohairs, for A lot 36 in. Taffeta Silk, elegant quality, to sell for New shi...

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

nHPim-- THE TIE THAT BINDS (SOME). cting Reconciliation Between Two Really Loving Hearts. There is a ce.rtaiu couple who de- eidod to separate awhile ago. It seemed that they were not affinities, aftor all, and life together was unen- durable, so the wife packed up her be- longings and was preparing for a trip home. At the time of parting sha * * picked up their little pet dog and tuc ied him uider her arm, while her othar managed the suit case. "Why, you're not going to take Trisy!" exclaimed the husband. "Of course I am," she announced. "I couidn't live without him." i "Well, I can't let the little fellow gcr," he insisted. ".And 1 simply won't leave him," she declared. :: ^' So they argued for half an hour, at ,the end of which she decided to stay, v and unpacked to cook dinner, at which Trity was the guest of honor. LEWIS' "SINGLE BINDER.". A hand-made cigar fresh from the table, wrapped in foil, thus keeping fresih until smoked. A fresh cigar made of good tobacco 13 the ideal s...

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

;.v ; plIljp^jpBp^1-7. PPf^f* § • SiSC, ;'Mf i® 1 " Zg Ptif: 3|S:: ^^HHBiBiaaii Sli ^W&Vr'V Kv- Slto WHERE MRS. BROWNLEE ERRED. ill® ras •■r gjgg|Ji Rgg^ ESgg'ivv IP sili Sp#^ illllt IKS ■ .- i Store Had Good Reason for Refusing to Exchange Gloves. Mrs. Brownlee's flrs£ question was about gloves. "Did ydu exchange them?" she asked. "No," said Brownlee, "I didn't." "There," she complained, "I might have known you would forget it. How careless. I told you the very last thing before you left the house to be sure and attend to it. Really, I don't see how men can be so thoughtless." "I didn't forget it," said Brownlee. "I tried to change the things, but they wouldn't take them back." "Wouldn't—take—them—back?" she echoed. "Why not?" "They said they were soiled." "Soiled?" she exclaimed. "Well, of all things. If they were they got soiled in their own store. I didn't soil there. I couldn't get them on. They are half a size too small. They gave me the wrong number. Why didn't you tell t...

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

i ?■ &?*;. I 8 lEli m & 0 y .-, IgS IK. MP hip ib&& * ^ rv:-yf, r|*T|rrl?r|Tr|T^T|rTl?r|rH^TlT^^ tv' A. ■ ■ • * r "ft * * ' Wfeiil a, --' Cash counts at this store. & _ .... ever sold before, because we have a better CasV\\ CasV\\ We are selling more goods th&n we '■'■'"■'J?.-* f';- t stock and our prices are nearer down to the limit. •;•*>>• ' >/ ' v ^ ^ " ' . ' « . 1st- z<:-? Vrf£ifet • * * * ' See us before you part with your money. Our goods are all new, bought this season right in the wholesale markets. /# i > •' - *■ ' • * \ MR !iiS HH n llf <- = * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ♦ * * * * * * * * * * * * * * j'fj iti it: ifi jjft lift itt iti Jfcf Aitt jJCfc ^W* 0H|p "* "f* 'f" See those beautiful Chafing Dishes at Miles' before buying your present, W A Howe has another car of the celebrated Spotless and Roy- alty brands of flour—the best flour that comes to Atlanta. Every sack guaranteed. It is northern flour,...

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

- If? W; 1 mmmm Ellington's Great Pre-Inventory Sale The greatest sale in the history of Atlanta—one that you will never forget. $50,000.00 worth of dependable merchandise. Goods that you need in every day life. Yes in all the works of life, are now on sale in this vast Mercantile Emporium, at rock bottom prices unheard before in Atlanta.§ WE WELCOME every man, woman, boy and girl within a radius of 25 miles of Atlanta to visit our store and make their purchases, participating in this great store. Say to your friends, "Meetme at Ellington's." Make "Ellington's" your pass word for the next 30 days. THE BIGGEST stock of goods in Atlanta, from which to make your selection and this mammoth stock must be reduced prior to our annual stock taking. Thousands of Dollars worth of the choicest of all kinds of merchand, some just from the factories, new and fresh, representing the nobbiest and best that skill and ingenuity can produce, are to be sacrificed at prices that will appear to the clos...

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

m M THE ATLANTA NEWS ' ;/ • ' SUBSCRIPTION 81.00 PER ANNUM ft Publishers. m n f, ffip Ll! Long Lf CAN GITE YOU A POSITION J no. L. Lovelace a. Fred Lovelace Entered at the postoffice at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail matter DISPLAY ADVERTISING Single insertion per inch 10e Six months or more— 7 l-2c All ads. run and charged for until ordered discontinued. LOCAL ADVERTISING Each insertion, per line 5c INotice 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 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 ...

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

p§P*3 I &M'yr" t :"V i* v §S *fi. © m <■; - g BK , j! • /"""*% HRIS'fMAS is approaching—the happy, joyous season of good cheer. "Make somebody ilf %|t * S happy," is the sentiment of the Christmas season. We would not try to suppress the noble S * # iH Hi % * * * Hi 1 spirit ot charity and helpfulness that prevails, but rather encourage it. It is a noble senti- 1>1|1[1U>' ment, akin to the Divine. V If you are looking for something for a present for Father, Mother, Brother, Sister, Child, Baby, Sweetheart or Priend---something reliable, dependable, that will give comfort as well as pleasure ours is the store to visit. Take advantage of our redactions and, at the same time, make such presents as will give service. For the ladies nothing would be more appropriate than one of our long coats, a nice dress dress pattern from our Dress Goods department or a pair of Dorothy Dodd Shoes. Give the young man a nice over coat or one of our nice suits, a hat, a pair of shirts, or a ...

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

•fe-T . wm }^'i II —— 1 - > v ms H* THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS.. Publishers s= ATLANTA, TEXAS ] Among the laboring classes In Ger- many' meat once a week is the rule. A medical "expert" advises women to smoke. Anything to get your name in the papers. The German emperor is probably ready to join the piarty whose platform is: "Let us alone." England, which was 200 years in passing the deceased wife's sister bill, is not likely to grant women the ballot jpthis year. London did not have an adequate water supply till 1906. Two-thirds of it comes from the Thames, the rest from artesian wells. — The Panama canal is one-third com- pleted. Evidently there is more work going on than talk in the enterprise under its present management. Overcrowding in Scotland is not so bad as it used to be. The proportion living more than four per room fell from 18.67 per cent, in 1861 to 9.56 in 1901. We would be deeply interested in lime. Melba's statement if she meant that the women we know are to b...

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