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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 4 February 1909

SUCCOTASH AS IT SHOULD BE. f j g7P¥ I:, lEt i Proper Admixture of the Lima Beans and Corn. Allow one-third the quantity of lima beans that you do of corn. Put the corn in a colander and let a little hot water run over it for a moment, then cut the corn from the cob, scraping out all the juice possible, but taking care not to get any of the cob. Shell the beans and fill a sterilized can with the corn and beans, working down as compactly as possible until the jar is filled to within an inch of the top. For every quart jar dissolve a teaspoonful of salt in three-quarters of a pint of lukewarm water, and pour over the vegetables. Adjust the lid of the jar (.without the rubber) part way, and set in a boiler of lukewarm water, not allowing the jars to touch each other or the bottom of the boiler. Use a rack for the latter and coils of rope to prevent the jars touching. Have the water in the boiler deep enosgh to cover the jars three-quarters of their height. Put on the boiler lid and stea...

Publication Title: Atlanta News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 4 February 1909

THE ATLANTA NEWS jbsoription $1.00 PER ANNUM ■ jno. i :U. LOVE LACK a. Fbbd Lovelace Publishers. 5s- Entered at the postofflce at Atlanta Texai), as second-class mail matter Br DISPLAY ADVERTISING Smgle 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 INotioe All advertising copy should be in this office not latter than Wednesday noon. Ohurch and society notices are given free insertion, but must be handed in before Wednesday. Obituaries and cards of thanks will I be charged for at the rate of 2 cents a j line,. No poetry or verse accepted for publication , unless the editor should drop into rhyme. C juntry correspondents should get thejr 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. Marshall is to have natural ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 February 1909

J I ■ JP5^'- Mj - 11 r ft" iM m "ik f¥ ■ THE ATLANTA LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. IX Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, February 11, 1909 No 26 —— - - i The First National BANK Atlanta, Texas Condition at close of business January 18, 1909. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ■ _ tt44ul"(>4|')"f4>'t'|i>'44M(uluH,4'4|4''Ni4|40t ASSETS Loans and Discounts U. S1 Aonds ~ Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures Other Real Estate Cash and Exchange $209,877.08 18,750 00 8,082.87 2,000 00 66,075.21 $304,785.16 LIABILITIES Capital Surplus Profits Circulation Deposit $75,000.00 25,000.00 18,364.01 18,750 00 W7.671.15 $304,785.16 I, hereby, certify the above statement is correct 3 G KING. Cashier * * * * * * * * * ♦ * * * * * * * * * 4 PATRONIZE TOUR HOME PEOPLE Patrotize home merchants. Home Trade—Home Protec- tion Patronize your tries first. home indus- ' 'Man is strong on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 February 1909

■Jflg isrrv' TorTr* ty££} MP£M7^WBsiSF*' ""*** IriMiTRlTIONS BYMlIVILL a t :r "Senorita Bostos Must Have Loved You, My Captain." 8YN0P8I3. Chambers, son of a wealthy im- student at an eastern col- arded a membership in the * Gemini, a secret organiza- nded by Rodney Graves. The was exclusive, only seven being The members were known as A meeting was held and each ivaa awarded the "call of des- llch amounted to an assignment it metal. Chambers was told to ~ as a sailor and not set foot America for a year. Then he sted to go to Mexico for further tins which were to assign him to year's exile, during which time make his own living unassisted, everything a secret. He gained i's consent. He also acquainted Bayfcss, his father's choice for With the faet that he would be soyears. She left him angrily. berth as supercargo on freighter bound for Urania, America, loaded with guns for of that government. Chambers (ured and thrown into a dun- iirina Bostos, adopted daughter Bostos, ministered to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 February 1909

m Farmers Educational —and— Co - Operative Union Of America SELLING AGENCY PLAN. Suggestions of T. P. StiHwe'l, Lone Oak, Texas, in Co-Operator. I will give my idea of how the cot- ton situation ought to be handled- 1. Every town , ought to havb a warehouse sufficient to store one-half of its usual crop. 2. Every bale ought to go from the gin into the warehouse and be in- sured on entry, a receipt given, the cotton graded or classed, and record- ed in proper books. 3. Every warehouse ought to re- port every night by mail to state headquarters the number of bales re- ceived that day, number shipped out, and the number on hand, giving this 'data by grades or classes as well as full details; these in turn to be tab- ulated and reported to national board of marketing. 4. The national board of marketing should sell direct to spinners, or rather, take orders for cotton at the price fixed by the growers, neither less nor higher. 5. The order should be turned over to the shipping department...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 February 1909

■Sp^ H§gp|| ■ /* OUR CORRESPONDENTS Notes Of Interest From Here and There t t LINDEN MUTTERS ITEMS OF INTEREST AT THE !i , COUNTY SEAT Sallie Bakeret al vs John Pat- man et al settled aad dismissed. CRIMINAL DOCKET PROBATE COURT Estate of Authur Griffin et. al. minors, application of 8 R Grif- •fin for letters of guardianship granted. . Report of sale of perishable property by W H Brunson ap- proved. Application ot S A Phillips for sale of real estate granted. Application of J M Francis for sale of real estate granted. Application of J W Bachman, for sale of real estate granted, Annual account of J C Robin • so a guardian^approved. Annual account of N L Shadix guardian continued. Annual account of J D John- 600 guardian continued. Final account of J I) Johnson, |||y^t"dian of the estate of .Louise DlkVis, a minor approved and guardian ordered discharged, on payment of cost. Estate of D R Black well de- ceased, application to probate twill filed by Mrs. Blackwell. fWiil admitted to p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 February 1909

m SSI m James & Graham Wagon sold by B. F, Ellington & Co. Lumpkin Program Literary Society for Feb., lHth Oration—Jake Waters. Speech—^Ennis Lumpkin. Reading—Anna Riley. Essay—Mrs. Janie Lump- kine. Speech—Bennie Riley. Speech—Richard Law. Debate Resolved, That efire has been more destructive to human life and property, than water. Affiirmative, Claud Williams, OranLaw, and Earl Law. Negative, James Law, Harry Waters, and Virgil Steger. R A Law Pres., Josie Law Sec Bring your eggs 011 while|they are a good price, Jno. Hughes wants them. / Comforts and blankets are just half the oiiginal price at Erambert's. 1 want 1000 fat hogs at once. tf— " W. D. Henly. Big shipment of Lowneys Candies, fresh atT. A. Mile's. About the so i i if et citizen in the community is the fellow who will ask the editor to trust him the sum of one dollar and send him the paper during the year, and then move to another com mvmty and have the paper come back Ht,unclaimed," and still sor- rier than he i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 February 1909

THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS.. Publishers ATLANTA, TEXAS y-. m mm v iib# fnui | pgi'f ",X- Sfci"& ' * It seems reasonably clear that Cas- tro saw the psychological moment coming and ducked. Chicago isn't exactly going "dry/ but it is trying to give up impure milk, and that's a hopeful sign. It Is proposed to double the presi- dent's salary. If that is done, there'll be 14 candidates instead of seven, next time. Connecticut's champion eel skinner has retired from business. Here's a good job for some ambitious young athlete. One thing certain is that the Em- manuel movement cannot stop the pervading disposition of man to put up an argument , A new kind of flea has been discov- ered in California. It has six teeth and Is a high jumper. Maybe it is de- signed to pounce on. airships. Gossip of Washington ii What Is Going On at the National Capital. m if An exchange tells us that the kaiser's favorite maxim is'"Forget it." All right Von Buelow Isn't going to be the one to jog his me...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 February 1909

urn* OFTEN THE CASE. v'Women Struggle Hopelessly Along, fluttering Backache, Dizzy Spells, Languor, Etc. . Women have so much to go through to life that it's a pity there is so much i suffering from back- ache and other com- mon curable kidney [ Jlls. If you suffer so, profit by this wom- an's example: Mrs. Martin Douglass, 52 Cedar St, Kingston, N. Y., says: "I had a lame, aching back, dizzy spells, head- Acltes, and a feeling of languor. Part [ -of tbe time I could not attend to my ■work and Irregularity of the kidney secretions was annoying. Doan's Kid- «ey Pills brought me prompt relief." iiold by all dealers. 50c a box. Fos- ^ter-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. j" HIS FATE. Mr. Dude—I was thinking how much I resemble your carpet—always at "your feet, you know. Miss Sly—Yes,, very much like my carpet. I'm going to shake it soon. SKIN ERUPTION CURED. 80 8ore, Irritating and Painful That J-lttle Sufferer Could Not 8leep -—Scratched Constantly. " Cut!jura's Efficacy Clearly Proven. "Wh...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 February 1909

THE ATLANTA NEWS SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER ANNUM JNO. JL. tiOViiliACii A, Fred Lovelace "elace } pnbh 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 Notice All advertising copy should be in this office not latter than Wednesday noon. Church and society notices are given free insertion, hut 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 not write. We understand there is some opposition...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 18 February 1909

THE ATLANTA NEWS. ■ WM4. SSi m I &<«^ I. ; i ■ Wm. m Be|p ■ " :- fell L OVEL ACE IfROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. IX ' Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, February 18, 1909 No.27 ■ * * * * * * * * * * * I * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * RED-HOT-SALE NOW GOING ON * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * # * * $6,000 Worth of Seasonable merchandise to be Moved! I have $6,000 worth of good new, fresh, seasonable * merchandise to move daring the next 15 or 20 days. I have no clerks and cannot handle my immense stock. * Hence I mast reduce it so I can do so. To do this, I ^ * am offering some unheard-of bargains in things yon all * * need. I cannot list everything. I will not be miss * undersold. I defy competion, I meet the needs of J the people. Don't take my word. Come and see. Ex- JJ Examine the goods, get my prices. They are eonvinc- * * * mg ■fc * * * * * Childrens hose, 2 pair 4 r for I DC Mens ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 18 February 1909

WEBE®3m&S3S$ Comparisons Necessary. "We find repeatedly bow imperfectly ires convey to the ordinary mind magnitude of objects," says the ~ Welt Spiegel, "and bow much more " "lly they are comprehended by fPgjfcpiuriaon." To substantiate tbe as- <in a picture is produced of the edral at Cologne, which is 160 metei-s in height, and next to it is a picture of the Zeppelin air- ip, standing on end, reaching away beyond the middle of the highest sec- tion of the steeple, and to within 26 metei* of the apex. The picture also the Triumphal column at Ber- ,.ir..—r 61 meters in height, and next to it ?:Ute airship Parsifal, 50 meters high, ; as It stands on end. Prof. Munyon says: Cure a cold and fttb prevent Consumption. His opin- , ion fai now shared by the leading lVJfeyBtojians of the country, and the 'J'l wonderful cores that are being made ; by Munyon's Cold Remedy have at- tracted the attention of the whole „ ^«8«ilcal fraternity. These little sugar p pellets break up a cold in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 18 February 1909

AWFUL GRAVEL ATTACKS Cured by Doan's Kidney Pills Afte Years of Suffering, PURELY FEMININE START DAY RIGHT BREAKFAST COSTUME AN IM- PORTANT MATTER. Garment of White Flannelette Is Ef- fective—Frills and Girdle of Rib- bon and Lawn Ruffles for Neck and Sleeves. m' ■ witt' .Every woman has at least one din- ner gown in her wardrobe. At lunch- eon she is careful to wear a frock that is becoming and in good style, in case a friend might drop in. How often .does she consider her appear- I'ymsevV£ir ■ SMSf- \ 3m so subside behind the morning paper in grim silence. A woman should live up to her part as mistress of the manor, and do her best to be attractive and cheerful in the morning. Often the whole day is influenced by the mental state of dif- ferent members of the family at the breakfast table, and if one is disagree- able then the day for all is begun un- happily, and is likely to end so. There really is no need of being grumpy in the morning, for It is the beginning of a new day, and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 18 February 1909

SllSSiS: ''' * OUR CORRESPONDENTS Notes Of Interest From Here and There * * Klldare LINDEN MATTERS ITEHS OF INTEREST AT THE COUNTY SEAT CMMISSIONERS COURT I "I mm 11- County Treasurer, G. W, Flor- ence's report shows the follow ing in the various funds: Jury fund, $4,38 18, Road and bridge fund 90,56 96, General fund 77,32.08, Improvemen- fund 31,25.15, Sinking fund 73, 72.56, Permanant school fund 22,735.91, Available school jlund 35,40 10, Interest fund 13,26.21. Oversees were appointed and Com missions ordered delivered to them in person. The various election officers for the year were appointed. Hog law election granted in precinct No. 4, for April 10. T M Powell was employed as guard for conyicts on county farm at $25 per month. Judge V D Glass has collected about twenty two hundred dol lars on old notes for Cass county school land. - Various accounts ware allow- ed and ordered paid, CRIMINAL DOCKET Springdale Let's correct a mistake I mad8 in last letter. T Allen instead of F ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 18 February 1909

James Craham Wagon sold by B. F. Ellington St Co. UNION TRUCKERS Lumpkin Program I I Literary Society for Feb., let Oration—Jake Waters. Speech—Ennis Lumpkin. Reading—Anna Riley. Essay—Mrs. Janie Lump- k i ne. .Speech—Pennie Riley. Speech—Richard Law. Debatw Resolve), Than fire has been more destruc! ivl-? to human life and property, than water. Affiirmative, Claud Williams, Oran Law, ami Earl Law. Negative, James Law, Harry Waters, and Virgil Steger. R A Law Pres., Josie Law Sec WANTED. A man with $300.00 to buy interest in business, to take charge of and manage same. If you want to go into business t will pay you to enquire into this. For information addres Box 17, Atlanta, Texas. LEAGUE SOCIAL The beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. Joljn J Ellington was thrown open to the Epworth Leaguers and their friends on Friday night Feb,, 12th. The object of the meeting was to raise money for Missions and enjoy the evening socially Each guest paid 15 cts( and the amount collected was $9.30. One...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 18 February 1909

Hggjf i -M'1 THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS.. Publishers ATLANTA, --- - TEXAS France is strongly tempted to sub- sidize the stork. The average height of the Laplander Ik less than five feet. n - In sleety days the good citizen is known by the kind of pavement he Jteeps. England's turbine fleet already in- cludes 62 warships and 44 vessels of the merchant marine. Pittsburg girl eloped to Ohio and took her mother along. Thereby show ing two varieties of good judgment. With an annual saving fund of a billion France ought to be very com- fortable'on the proverbial rainy day. Anyhow, Mark Twain has made mire that his patent on Huckleberry Finn shall not expire for a long, long time. = Thirty gallons of oysters were used at a church sociable at Hutchinson, iKan. Who says prosperity hasn't ;returned ? A philanthropic but misguided fish ijoctor in New York city has succeeded :in saving the Ufe of a German carp. Cui bono? Orville Wright manages to get about on crutches, which is some progres...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 18 February 1909

wsmi w s Ffc r / .. ■ BEN l*f- Cu TCHEOM - illustrations BYMETVILT COPrn/CHT /906 BY DODD MEAD t* COMPANY MA-yAfmSsp A M. v mwm. r . SYNOPSIS. Gerard Chambers, son of a wealthy im- porter and a student at an eastern col- lege, 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. A meeting was held and each member was awarded the "call of des- tiny," which amounted to an assignment to test his metal. Chambers was told to pass a period as a sailor and not set foot In North America for 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 his own living unassisted, and keep everything a secret. He gained his father's consent. He also acquainted Marsylla Bayless. his father's choice for his wife, with the fact that he would he away two years.- She left...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 18 February 1909

■■tfXS&mSS'&gStirm THE ATLANTA NEWS SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER ANNUM w It* LOVKLACE a. frei> Lovelace J" I 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 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 neighbor- hood happening to report, such as deaths, births, marriages, meetings, etc., send it in; if not, do not write. ANNOUNCEMENTS For Mayo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 25 February 1909

MgBggmmm S- : "• mm Jfcv--.' i®lsl§5r . I pf; h m ll *■ K,> THE ATLANTA NEWS. LOVELACE BKOS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People" L.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. IX Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, February 25, 1909 No.28 Shoes! Shoes! Shoes! Ladies Shoes Low Cuts Blacks and Tans Big Stock Latest Styles Prices Down Come See New I>rygoods Coming in Every Day I ■ OUT*"-"' •••', Childrens hose, 2 pair ipa for I DC Mens hose 2 pair 1 aH IDG Ladies hose 2 pair 1 Ca go for | DC Lace, plenty * ^L, Embroidery Shoe strings, per bundle rn only OG Black Sateen heavy shirts yalued QCn at 50c go now for tjOG Mens Coats ft 4 Pfl go now for 01 lull ,8"£! $3,00 Good Jeans pants $1.25 value A4 Af| go for Ol lUU 12 pair of mens over alls OKf* to close out. Zuu Few pairs of over alls for boys 20c Unions suits 50c quality 1E« for zDG 2 Papers of needles gg 25c Box paper and envelopes 10c All calico Cp at t ,0b 1000 yards cotton checks now ■ Ju Ginghams Cp at 3b A few Child...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 25 February 1909

e:w^ mm i'' MM v. t MRS MKS. %: -s> TAFT 'S/JERtfAN &y'"\ mm '■■■ ?,/ : JOHNiS CHURCH AT WASHINGTON OLD cTX c ^%BINET THE SMILING LADY. HEY'RE hanging in our dining-room, All ranged against the wall, A row of pretty china plates, Plain, fancy, large and small. And there is one among the lot, With gilded decoration, That represents a maiden from An Oriental nation. | Her cheeks are rosy, and y her lips Are, I confess, beguiling, . But somehow, she annoys me with Her steady, constknt smiling. And I prefer 'most any one Of all the plates adjacent, Because this Oriental dame Is always so (complacent. In china, as in real life, The girl is not yrorth while. Who wears, with irritating grace, An everlasting smile! fact that many leading foreign diplo- mats and high officials of the nation have attended its services. Admiral George Dewey is now a vestryman at this church. St. John's is a tiny church, but the congregation can not buy a foot of land in any direction in this select neig...

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