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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 December 1908

m SKjB &5#-:. SHfiH w? ' IBS [ ;'V /' •>' Pli Farmers Educational \W -AND— L Co - Operative Union Of America A COTTON COMMITTEE, .-■• Pfsi mm - -. • • I H r' M u.: • :^.'.v Ssife Which Is Seeking Co-operation Among All the Associations. J. M. Pearson, of Memphis, who Is Working in the interest of co-opera- tion between all the cotton growers' associations, and says he is a memier of both the Southern Association and the Farmers' Union,, said recently that he had secured the passage of a resolution through both the Memphis and New Orleans Conventions looking to the creation of a national cotton committee, whose purpose is outlined in the following resolution and re- port of the Committee: "Moved, That a permanent commit- tee of three be appointed by the Chair, having power to fill vacancies therein, whose duties shall be to pro- cure all available State, organization and Individual aid that they can ap- prove, for the purposes below stated, and at their discretion to merge wit...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 December 1908

Spipc: •- 1 : - iV: . TJ ■ ■jTsggt-.'♦•.•aB5|i ps <; pF*sgMS^^5«@g A •' 4'""t-i*-.-'vI . V • '.■''' y ■ - THE ATLANTA NEWS 8DBSOKIPTION 01.00 PER ANNUM •)* •>. ii. LiOVBLACE a, Peed Lovelace Publishers. Entered at the postoffice at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail matter g&sS§p j.x :,il James & Graham Wagon sold by B. F. & Co. —5 C W NEWKIRK & CO Have arranged with good old B 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.......... j5c 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 afc the rate of 2cents a line. No poetry' or verse accepted for publication, unless the editor should drdp into rhyme. Country correspondents should get their let...

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

WKSSSSmamM^ w$ Wte Wm, wm jpgg BlU J#1NS Jj F M S? VSLAC1S BEOS,, Publishers and Proprietors Ml - .fr ■ ATLANTA I ^ " -=£'j 131 ! H Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE \tlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, December 24, 1908 No. 19 [HE ATLANTA NEWS wishes its readers, big. little, young «nd old, friend or foe. the joys of the season. May you have your socks chock full of good things on Xtnas morning and may your hearts be running over with joys. May you hear this Chrietmas morning the song the Heavenly Choir sang on the Judean Hiiis 1909 years ago. Thr Editor. S5®S5«S8SS5 8J S&SSSKSSSS&SS TIE TRUtKERS MEET THE GOOBER AND HOG QUESTION DISCUSSED BY THE YABIOC8 : BiSPllll MEMBERS, h'k f '* i The Truckers met in the Op- eraJHouse at 1:30 Saturday; were called to order by Vice Presi- dent Prank Smith. Secretary J. M. Fletcher read the minutes of the preceding meeting, which ,were approved. This was a most remarkable meeting in many respects. The ■attendance was not ...

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

THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS.. Publishers ATLANTA, TEXAS Mr. Root and the Jews. Judge Mayer Sulzberger, president of the American Jewish committee, •ays of the letter addressed by the sec- retary of state to Mr. Jacob H. Schiff: "The letter of Secretary Root is the most important advance that has been made by our government to protect the rights of Jewish citizens of this country in Russia. For 40 years there has been more or less diplomatic wri- ting ending in nothing practical. At last Secretary Root has boldly taken the position that Russia must observe the treaty of 1832, or otherwise this government will terminate it and the treaty of 1887, and thus leave Russia and ourselves without any treaty. Hie letter of Mr. Root shows all this. Though veiled in the polite phraseolo- gy of diplomatic intercourse, it is per- fectly plain to the Russian govern- ment. I think that this is the begin- ning of the end of the passport ques- tion, which is big with possibilities for the benefit ...

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

m ■-% it Farmers Educational —AND— Co - Operative Union Of America The Two Conventions. The two cotton conventions—one at New Orleans by the Farmers' Union and the other by the Southern Cotton Association at Memphis—have passed into history and the question natural- ly arises, what has been accom- plished? Neither convention carried to ma- turity any definite plan for holding the cotton crop for satisfactory prices because of the many difficul- ties in the way of taking care of that part of it which is under mortgage for the supplies on which it was made. But both did much to overcome these difficulties by bringing forcibly before the business world the fact that when this fraction of the cotton is forced upon the market in advance of the demand for if, the price on the entire crop is depressed and the South loses millions of ^ollars which should flow through all her channels of trade. And not only did they bring these con ditions clearly before the business world, but representativ...

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

m ■ immm TEACHERS INSTITUTE P^r ? m 'h-A mm Ml, #3 IP WM To Prof. M G Bates, County Supt. of Public Instruction of Cass Co.: We, your committee on reso- lutions for Cass County Insti- tute, now in session, at Queen City Texas, beg leave to submit the following: Since the people of Queen City have thrown so wide open their doors to the teachers of Cass Co., entertained them and welcomed them into their midst in so royal a way, and seemed to have used every effort in their power to make each teacher have,a pleasant time by recep- tions and social gatherings of different kinds, be it resolVed: 1st. That we as an institute body tender'our very sincere ' thanks to people of Queen City for so great effort on their part to make our stay with them pleasant, and will ever keep a very warm place in otir hearts for them, hoping that they may ever be as ready in the fu- ture to lend a helping hand to1 the cause of popular education; 2nd. That we extend many, many, thanks to Dr. White and family...

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

§ii To Our Friends and Enemies f "We wish you all a Merry Xmas and a Happy New Year. We thank you for the trade you have given us this year and speak now for your business the coming year, 1909 We promise you goods as cheap as any one can sell them and as nice treatment as we are capable of giving. . . - . 1 _ . • , , 4,. • . . 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, "Meet me 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, kome 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 closest and mos...

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

okies oyldnd wmmustfMviM s □ 0 M]3S. iSOPHIA KimESEN a1 HEALTH VERY POOR- RESTORED BY PE-Rll M WELL Appointed Gapagf ■ Catarrn Tienty-fiYe Years- Miss Sophia Kittlesen, Evanston, IlLf writes: "I have been troubled with catarrh for nearly twenty-five years and hav« tried many cures for it, but obtained' very little help. Then my brother advised me to try' Peruna, and I did. "My health was very poor at the time I began taking- Peruna. My throat was very sore and I had a bad cough. "Peruna has curedme. The chroaie catarrh is gone and my hemlth is very much improved. "I recommend Peruna to all my friends who are troubled as 1 was." m£CL/PP£fi of ciom' o n PERUNA TABLETSSome people pre- m a fer tablets, rather than medicine fluid form. Such people can obtain Peru ich renr« na tablets, which represent the medici- nal ingredients of Pertma. Each tablet equals one average dose of Peruna. Man-a-lin the Ideal Laxative. Ask your Druggist for a Free Peruoa Almanac for 1909. HttRPPY Family ACCUR...

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

ft YOUTHFUL MIND IN DISTRESS. Awful Possibility That Loomed Before 8ix-Year-Old Jackie. Six-year-old Jackie's mother be- lieved that absolute truthfulness was the only rock on which to build that youthful gentleman's character, and the consistent working out of this principle did away, of course, with be- lief in all such things as fairies, Santa Claus, and other illusions dear to childish hearts, and they became in- stead "make-believe" games, Santa Claus In particular being a pet "Joke" between his mother and himself. Jackie came in from play one after- noon much excited and concerned. "Mother, Jimmie Norton believes there is a really and truly Santa Claus. He says he is sure that Santa Claus does come down the chimney. He wouldn't believe me at all when I told him it was just a joke," with rising anxiety. Jackie's mother was somewhat non- plused. "Well, son," she temporized, "perhaps Jimmie's mother will tell him the joke some time soon, and then—" "Oh, I hope she will," broke in...

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

Wi I 1 1 ATLANTA NEWS SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PEE ANNUM JK*>. L. JLiUVJKIJACE A .v Peed 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 5c INotlce 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 oharged for at the rate of 2 cents a line, iSo 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. Merry Christmas to our readers. May t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 31 December 1908

LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors Vol. IX mmm NEWS. The Newspaper for the People" • ^ - - $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, December 31, 1908 No. 20 The night riders who seem to be trying to control the cotton situation by the commission of lawless deeds are following a cold trail. The farmer is teaching himself a valuable lesson by selling bis cotton on an early market. When he sees- he has lost $10 to $15 per bale he will be likely to remember the lesson. If the farmers who belong to the Union want help outside of the Order they must themselves stand together. 1 , p-iWSS Where the Farmers' Uoion 0 members are standing together in holding their eytton they are commanding the respect of the business community. Where they are not, they are beiug laughed at cecessity for it. When cotton goes to twelve cents, which it will, it will open the eyes of the fellows who "dump" their cot- ton on an early market.— Home and Farm. The South i$ ablo to financ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 31 December 1908

W&WmW COPYR/CrHT /SO6 BY DODD MEAD & COMPANY Illustrations byMTxvill '•< CHAPTER I. fn the Darkness of the Chamber. The persons who formed the 1898 Cluster of the Gemini at the college bad been chosen from 21 possible can- idates, all of whom had in mind the <>s ibility of becoming wearers of be Pin of the Twins when they de- Wed to enter the school. As has been tie case in former years, they repre- <;nted some of the most prominent Jes in the land. Eventually every •lie of them would come into enough er' this world's goods to place him high us the pedestal of independence. With two exceptions, the persons easterners; and their names, as appeared in the book of personal- r—written in the order of their in- i-7-were Vynne Marshall, Aid- Bond, Henry Rich Littleton, But- byr Noble Martindale, Simeon Pick- Bey Woodring, Henry Walker Yea- ! and Gerard Chambers. By vir- of precedent, chiefly, Marshall, tbe first of the number to be clothed "«ritli personality, was elec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 31 December 1908

RISE SF SIGNALMAN JAMES FAGAN SELECTED TO LEC- TURE AT HARVARD. ''Confessions" Attracted Attention of University Head and President Roosevelt—Still Works in Tower. gp%:; Sfe im ■ h New York.—Out of a signal tower in one of the dirtiest and most sordid of the suburbs of Boston James Fagan has come to the Harvard university lecture platform. President Eliot has selected him, and President Roosevelt has called him to the White House to discuss railroad matters. The public is hearing of him and beginning to wonder what kind of a man he is. Mr. Fagan is tall and thin, loosely built, but not awkward. On first see- ing him one is attracted by the look of earnestness in his gray eyes, and one feels that this is a man who really believes in his work. The little tower in which he has been working and thinking these 22 years is as dingy and unattractive as its surroundings and is not different from the hundreds of other railroad signal towers scattered throughout the country. The steel levers,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 31 December 1908

PS; m f" m %: 8® Ills lis SH A Few Left We have a few nice presents left from our Christmas stock, such as Cut Glass, Fine China and Pictures at a saorifiee. Anything in the toy line regard- less of cost. W. Newkirk & Co. SIMMONS niON RESIDENCE AND BARN BORNEO During last weeks Watt All- day who livesf near Kildare lost hia house and barn by fire. All the contents were destroyed From the information at hand, the fire seems to have been started by- Mrs. Alld&y, who was in a demented condition. Good old Santa Claus pre- sented Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Wil- kerson of Ballard community with a girl baby during Christ- mas week.-';*? -?* W. Miss Mable Law of Shreve- port paid relatives a visit here daring the holidays. A nice Christmas tree is re- ported from Alamance. Rev. Hagaman of Palacios was here the latter part of last week. Miss Anua Davis reports an enjoyable and profitable time last week visiting in Dallas and Ft. Worth and attending the Tarraut and Dallas county In- stitutes....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 31 December 1908

■fctyJ" I ??'-, mMJ: p^~*.-'r '* '$ r * 1 *- -* - s?ts*>v —rr^:- ^ ©g :.;': Mi* ss&f& TO ALL ■•£- t It m * /"E wish yon a New Year of good Health, Happiness and Prosperity. We thank yon for the trade yon have given us during / 1908 and ask yon to kindly remember ns during 1909. m SOCIAL EVENING •>. rS? On Tuesday eveniug, a few of the young folks gathered in at the hospitable home of Miss Al- ice Miles for a social evening. On arriving, we were met; at the door by Little Myke and Louis Mc Williams, who escorted ns into the reception room. Then the current games of forty-two and snap were indulg- ed in. ~f After which, all were made busy with a guessing contest At a late hour the following couples bade good night and departed: Misses Ford Jeter, Virginia David son. Iva Pope, Onnie Pep per, Eloise Pormby, Myrtle Liv- er man, lone Birmingham, Luna Thomason, Claud- ina Hughes, Pearl McWiili&ms, Paun Jeter, Fannie Scott. Messrs, Martin Allday. Joe Roach, Louis McClung, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 31 December 1908

WmWm mm i I Ijmm WmM4 TSfc '■- 5&s£fc ;• t>y£ ■ • ;%•*■ '•^' ••" •' -• * "" : t<- '■?*&. -\i COUGH TO CURE D&iajty Veil dasef That Are Both Prac- irass Q&irirjEicuire NEWS ATLANTA Publishers LOVELACE BROS. =5=3= nrjeotal vs M ' if* A Life's Romance. From London comes a story of the good old-fashioned stamp, a real life romance, In which two workhouse foundlings have been translated to a mansion of wealth and made heirs of a rich West End couple. It seems al- most too good to be true, yet the Marylebone board of guardians have given it publicity. About five weeks ago a letter was received by the work- house c6mmittee. It was evident the writer was a cultured and wealthy woman. "We have no children," said t he writer, "an'd we are anxious to adopt a baby boy and girl. Have you any foundlings in your workhouse?" Ia reply to a letter the writer called. She was a handsome and fashionably- dressed woman. They took her to the children's ward and showed her two llittle...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 31 December 1908

W ?'*• £^3aH£P*§K v' ^JP' 4v' * t I Farmers Educational -AND— Co - Operative Union Of America fm m H.- 4 r-ixL' b "nM Farmers Who Farm. The San Antonio Express brieves that farmers' organizations Should be only for farmers who farm, as will be seen by the following: An organization of farmers has been formed at Indianapolis of representa- tives- of several states, which em- bodies practically all of the basic principles of the American society or •equity. A prime requirement is that every member of the association shall be a producing farmer, and this means that the association will exclude the political farmer who has a purpose to serve that has no relation to the farming interests. In the old days of the farmers' alliance the controlling factors in that organization were not of the farming class; Men who did not know whether tomatoes were to be classed as fruit or vegetables were active in the coun- cils of the alliance, and particularly loud in their denunciation of the wrongs do...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 31 December 1908

ill!! Site m J no. 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 chafed for nntil ordered discontinued. LOCAL ADVERTISING Each insertion, per line 5c INotice All advertising copy should be in this office not latter than Wednesday i?oon. 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, xNo 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. 1909! To-morrow, 1909! Now for the bill collector! Now for New Years resolu- tions.! O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 7 January 1909

iff m R:; J Mpi II m- ,-*|>^C ;v Ml '.jV: fSF'-: itt- m m i ■ i?: wcS^sSfSBBEsg^M 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, January 7, 1909 No. 21 WHIT WE HAVE— WHAT WE NEED Atlanta Has: Good schools. Two railroads. Two cotton gins. Two express companies. Three big cotton warehouses. , Two good county newspapers. A reasonably healthy location. Good churches and good peo- ple. An excellent electric light plant. A lot of the very best people on earth. Her quota of good lawyers and doctors. Good strong banks and bus- iness institutions. Some of the biggest stores to be found in Texas. Many natural advantages for the making of a city. Surrounded by the best truck and fruit section in the state. One of the most successful Truck Associations in the coun- try. Atlanta Needs: A bakery. An oil mill. Paved Streets. An ice factory. A cotton factory. Nfore enterprise. A st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 7 January 1909

WZT. 1B18& s m;f^K' ^7-" Ben M± Ckjtchew COPYRIGHT 1906 BY DODD MEAD & COMPANY mm ^g^-v lltl .•,' m; SYNOPSIS. Gerard Chambers, son of a wealthy im- |>orter and a student at an eastern col- Lsge, was awarded a membership in the Cluster of the Gemini, a secret organiza- tion* founded by Rodney Graves. The society was exclusive, only seven being admitted. The members were known as Persons. Jy meeting was held and each member was awarded the "call of des- tiny," which amounted to an assignment to test his metal. Chambers read his des- tiny. He was told to pass a period as a sailor and not set foot in North America .tor a year. Then he was directed to go to Mexico for further instructions which were to assign him to another year's exile, during which time he must make ~^iis own living unassisted, and keep everything a secret. K.V.; % CHAPTER III. The Younger Colors Feel the Breeze. Two days after the commencement exercises at the college—on June 12— Jerry Chambers walked into...

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