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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 25 February 1909

% ■Jt' MUST BE PERFECT Trimmings and findings to match gown. Before Buying Material for Costume, Tb*j"efore, Be Certain You Are Able to Secure What You Will Need. First rule for all shoppers: "Do not buy material for gown or Wrap without first ascertaining that you can match it perfectly in trim- mings and findings. Take a sample of the cloth or silk, and go from trim- * % w Embroidered Messaiine with Button Trimming. ming counter to trimming counter un- til you are absolutely sure that your trimming will be a perfect match." At the beginning of the present sea- son the most bizarre color combina- tions were in evidence, but as winter advanced and the social season set its ONE KIDNEY GONE stamp of approval on certain styles, the bizarre combinations gave way to self-tone, two or three-tone effects, and the trimming problem became more complicated. Every experienced shopper knows' the difficulties of getting harmonious tones of a single color. Blues clash with blues, the new reds and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 25 February 1909

HT *- -mmm: mm:t: - sf M/Ss't v WSfetw:-- &■ .« ■ •"-' ' / '•-' *&r P"'' l\ * M £ if H ' |v : • brIS^ '•: K 3 K , HfEi*'-.*-/ ■ James & Craham Wagon sold by B. F. Ellington & Co t t OUR CORRESPOIVDEIVTS Notes Of Interest From Here and There $ t Calloway Several in the neighorhood attended court last week. Every mother's heart is torn assunder in sympathy with Mr. and Mrs. Spurger in the loss of their Uttle infant. It died very sudenly Thursday morning. Was sick only a few hoars. Mrs, Holland left for Lonview Friday to visit her daughter Mrs. Barlowe. Mr. and Mrs. Stephens are here from Miss., visiting rela- tives. They contemplate stop- ping here for the year. Miss Mollie Holland visited at "Wayne last week. A card from Grover Thomas 0C Long view states that he wil1 be in, in a few days on a visi to homefolks. The singing at Mr. Nunn's Saturday night was enjoyed by all. Haidee —o— Blackmans Point Grogan's Mill The river ib on a rise A C Barber and will McWill iams pa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 25 February 1909

m US 111 py ffia > mm iP & m w BIS SPRING OPENING DAZZUNG DISPLAY OF DRYGOODS PADS AND FANCIES OF FASHION w E are determined to keep our store to the front and maintain our reputation as the leading PEO- PLE'S TRADING EMPORIUM in Cass county. Our buy ers spent some time in eastern markets Th ey exercised unusual taste in their selections for spring trade- Prom our magnificent showing of fashionadle fabrics in dress goods, suitings, white goods, shoes, neck wear, gloves, combs, etc., the most fastidious lady in the land can secure everything necessary to satisfy her taste for comfort, style, and beauty in dress. The gentlemen and the children were also provided for in our purchases, In shoes, hats, clothing, furnishings, etc., we can please all. All are invited te call aud see our display of spring goods. Come before the stock is broken. Come to day. See and be convinced. In this ad we can mention only a few of the lines we carry. I I m i I s # Display of White Goods Words are...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 25 February 1909

THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS.. Publishers ATLANTA, - - ■ ■ - TEXAS Secret Service Duties. It falls to the lot of the secret serv- ice, too, to protect the person of the president of the United States—a re- sponsibility that was first placed upon tMs division after the tragedy at Buffa- lo, and in addition to this the safety of distinguished and titled official vis- itors from abroad is intrusted to the service. Prince Henry of Prussia, Prince Fushimi of Japan, the crown prince of Siam, the crown prince of Sweden, the duke of Abruzzi, and many others of lesser note have been carefully protected from annoyance while guests of the nation, and in no - instance has there occurred the slight- est incident to mar the pleasure and tranquility of their visit. For more than ten years the merit system has prevailed in the service, which is a strictly non-partisan, non-political or- ganization. "Pulls" are unknown and unrecognized; every man is measured and rewarded according to his efficien-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 25 February 1909

pil S$Sr ggt* m m / *iSf its i* V m^cufcheow illustrations bymzivill COPYRIGHT /SO 6 BY DODD ME AO &■ COMPANY \ y & I n "I'm with You to the Finish, Tommy, and So Is My Money!" Said He. SYNOPSIS. Gerard Chambers, son of a wealthy im- -horter-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 •ociety 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 foe 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 hla father's consent. He also acquainted Marsylla Bayless, his father's choice for his ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 25 February 1909

\ , l > 4 ■H % m- THE ATLANTA NEWS subscription $1.00 per annum j mo. JL. lovkl.AOE a. Fred Lovelace L} 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 AD 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 Mayor— L. F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 4 March 1909

lalSPlBHi I pfg THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. IX Atlanta, Ca3s County, Texas, Thursday, March 4, 1909 No.29 YOUR DOLLARS WILL STRETCH d At This Store o •/>. 1 * We are crowded for room for Spring Groods, which are already arriving, and we are offering all winter goods that we have left at ridiculously lo v prices. Your half-dollars will stretch the length of dollars here now. Come and see for yourself. WE WILL, SFLJL. THE FOLLOWING ARTICLES J%JT THESE PRICES: Bleeching 5c Mens nice dress shirts 39c 5 papers of pins for 5c Calico 4c Embroideries and laces are still be- 12 Shoe strings for 5 c Cotton Checks 5c ing sold at reduced prices Cham bray 6c Flannelette 5c Big lot of those shoes still on hand Nice grade Mohair 39c Ginghams 5c at 50c and 75c Cotton Flannel \ . 1 5 c S. EALESKI The Price Maker City Democratic Primary Election vs- ♦ .^5 For Mayor— L. P. Allday 122 For Marshal— J. M. Peppe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 4 March 1909

\ Mi Jffi|| V ~ - ' m rnmmmmemm m BROKEN REST. ill 111 WM*.- RSiP m A Back That Aches All Day Disturbs Sleep at Night. Thomas N. McCulIough, 321 So. Weber St., Colorado Springs, Colo., says: "Attacks of backache and kid- ney trouble be- gan to come on me, lasting often for three weeks at a time, and I would be unable to turn in bed. The urine was mnclt disordered, containing sediment, and my rest was broken at night. Re- lief from these troubles came soon after I started taking Doan's Kidney PiHs, and continued treatment entire- ly freed me from kidney trouble. The care-has been permanent." Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Fostqr-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. MEN Woman's MANUAL TRAINING FOR COMFORT IN THE SICK ROOM YOUTHFUL MIND AT WORK. Deduction Mother Must Have Found Somewhat Hard to Combat. Miss Marjorie, aged five years, is one of those bright children who make the lives of their parents and teach- ers a burden. Quite recently she paid her first visit to a kindergarten. Upon ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 4 March 1909

if® IV r':\ • n- !S BURIAL VAULTS OF CEMENT. Method of Entombing the Dead Which Wiif Resist Decay. The manufacture of concrete burial vaults is becoming quite a large indus- try in various western states, . says Cement Age, New York. At Joplin, Mo., there has been organized a com- pany which operates a-large plant. In the manufacture of concrete burial vaults a full body of steel re-enforce- ment is set up within a solid mold at an exact center of the cement which strengthens the vault at every point. Steel thus protected is everlasting. It cannot rust and collapse with time, as such vaults must which are made en- tirely of steel. The vault is made ab- solutely waterproof by the addition of a waterproof compound which is in- itially mixed with the cement. The vaults remain in the molds for three to five days until thoroughly set, after which they are allowed to season about thirty days. A trip to the ceme- tery shows the vault lowered in the grave, followed by the lowering of the ca...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 4 March 1909

_ jEasap# p-3gv= jf, •*f-' ~\ ■ &'% - ^k/ ■ -: |M'- !ff!t James & Graham Wagon sold by B. F. Ellington & Co. 'im? sSfe ' L* SWF J:- IP# S * OI I i CORRESPONDEIVTS Noil's Of Interest From Here and There * * 0^0^0*0^0#040*C*0#0*0#040#340^040^0^0404040#0^040^0#*0^0^040#040^0^040404040^0 To our Correspondents Mizza of Poverty Ridge sent in a latter this week. If he will learn to write with a pen and be careful about spelling, punct- uation and capitalization; he may some day become a good writer. Correspondents need not write each week:. Be snre you have something to write before at- tempting The public generaly cares nothiug about Poily Jones staying all nignt with Jemima Jimcoozler, or the Daniel • boys going hunting. Be careful to write your com munications in English. Notice your spelling, punctuation and paragraphing. The Editor does not always have time to re-write your communications. Tell about deaths, births, meet- tings, school notes and any un usual happening. Dou...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 4 March 1909

SCHOOL NOTES ' /«• ■J9S. \ "J-*.- ;-A :ft# 'f V 2*' i- Through the kindness of Bdi tor of the News, space has been extended to the school for re- cording items of interest which take place each week. We are very grateful ior this kindness and shall seek to utilize it to the best and most wholesome ad van- • tage. We will not seek to pub- lish happenings in detail. There are always items in school which would be of inter- eat to the community and these wetwill publish. The department is in charge of two students in the High School and they ex- pect to try to report everything in connection with the school which will be of interest to the r< H ling public. Since the term examinations in January all grades of work have improved and are now moving on at a lively rate. The students were shown where they stood and some came finally to realize that promotion was an impossi- bility unless they moved with more energy and determination than here to fore. The beat work of the year i£ now be...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 4 March 1909

ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS.. Publisher* ATLANTA, - - - - TEXAS m Wm y Will they permit just common water flow in that $500,000,000 Panama canal? Pappy is the frugal citizen who man- ages to make his interest money pay hils taxes. Chicago has sounded the doom of the large hat, but getting rid of it is another matter. Every once in a while Carnegie takes a few hours off from golf to think up something new. Brooklyn church is to be made sound proof, at great expense. Con- gregation must get some sleep some may.' Aeroplanes are only $5,000 apiece now but they will be going up next spring, according to the printed direc- tions. Shoe dealers threaten to print the real sizes on women's shoes. It would ,ba a brave move, but what would be tlie use? A Connecticut fanner boasts a hen that will say "hello," but in these days it. is deeds, not words, that man wants from hens. A cable from London says the queen opens and reads all of King Edward's letters. What do.es it avail a man to ba a king? ...

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

'V; Hrr Ki#> - f¥;'< W: \ \ jagipj 'V ?-< M i SEN N to m^cufcheon COPYRIGHT /906 BY DODD MEAD & COMPANY m illustrations bymttvitt K 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." Chambers was told to pass a period as a sailor and not set foot in North America for a year. Then he was to be assigned to another year'3 ■exile. He must make his own living un- assisted, 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 be away two years. She left him Angrily. Jerry obtained a berth as super- cargo on an ocean freighter bound for Urania, South America, loaded ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 4 March 1909

.r Hi THE ATLANTA NEWS SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER ANNUM J>'>. 1J. .LOVJiL^Cii 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. 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. It is now President Taft. Wade &...

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

- \ THE ATLANTA NEWS. LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People" —(—1— $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. IX Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, March 11, 1909 ~ ——a —— r —— No. 30 §v.-" I'KSfc i J'/ Art Lovers9 Chance COUPON 5 5 5 5 10110 10 10; Total 5 1515 15 I 5 5 5 5 $1.00 $1.00 MATTED ART PICTURE FOR 15c Cut this Coupon from the^TLANTA NEWS, pre sent it and we will aiways cancel the amount of your purchase, so that when your purchases amount to $1,00 we will on receipt of 15c in cash, give you yonr choice of the beautiful MATTED ART PICTURES now on display in our store. A chance of a life time to decorate your home Picture without trade $1.25. This Coupon must be canceled at time of purchase. Try Us for Pure Drags, Toilet Artecles, etc. Call for a box of NEWKIRK'S HEADACHE AND NEURALGIA RELIEF Contains No Opiates- C. W. Newkirk & Co. ; - 1, When you talk diversification, don't have in mind the idea of great quantities of stuff. Unless^ you first...

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

*CBCH3QQCbCH3CBC8a0g^^ PROMINENT PEOPLE may get knox's seat The name of the Hon. J. Benjamin Dimmick, mayor of the city of Scranton, Pa., has been pre- sented to the legislature of Pennsylvania as a successor to the Hon. Philander C. Knox, in the United States senate, which post will be vacant upon the entrance of the senator into the cabinet of President-elect Taft, as secretary of state. The proposed candidate is well equipped for the senatorship, because as a statesman, student, and man of affairs he has displayed great abil- ity as a leader of men, and has proven himself the ideal- citizen in public service. Mayor Dimmick Is a descendant of an ear- ly New England family which has been promi- nent for generations in the social, political and religious life in whatever community it has chanced to settle. Prior to the announcement «f his candidacy for the mayoralty, three years ago, a large petition bearing the names of Scranton's most successful business and professional men, was ...

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

■•-ii , J v M jISEIV 'ABINET "AT MIDNIGHT." STOOD in the kitchen at midnight, "When the clock was stri- king the hour, And held the lamp for Mary, While she got yeast and flour, And like the waters rush- ing Into the "well" she made, So bubbled forth the lan- guage I muttered, I'm afraid. ^ "How often, oh, how of*er, I've begged you'll not make bread," So rushed my words indignant, And straightway Mary said: "Forever and forever. As long as the gastric flows, As long as the palate answers, While you have eyes and nose, You'll grumble, dear, at midnight. When I set the bread so late, And then declare, next day, it is The best you ever ate." Notes for the Curious. In olden days ivory was much used for table decoration. There was re- cently offered for sale in London an ivory tankard made in the early mid- dle ages. In the sixteenth century the drink- ing vessels were usually of silver. A Javorite style was the old Dutch bell goblet. It was of ordinary shape, but large and had suspende...

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

<T-T— m Wm Bar iWC tHlJki.it James & Graham Wagon sold by B. F. Ellington & Co. 5 t OUR CORRESPONDENTS Notes Of Interest From Here arid There t t ©♦040404040^0^0404040^040^ O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+O* New Goods Are Coming' THE SHEPPARD DEBATING SOCIETY Kildare Deatfc removed from our midst oil the 27th. a notable character in the person of Uncle Hal Rand, ' as he was familiarly known, whose life for half a Century had been dlosely identified With the history of the county in which he lived. Who participated in many of the stir- ing events of the early days. A quiet unobtrusive, dignified, gentleman, typical of the old «'South.'' Whose hospitality was proverbial. He was laid to rest in Shiloh Cemetery, mid- way between Linden and Jeffer- son under the auspices of the Masonic Fraternity, beside those of his loved ones who had preceded him. Many from here attended the burial, thus pay- ing a last tribute of respect to the worthy dead and a final fare well to Uncle Hal. The be...

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

•' y >'• j .'/■ *. f 'aS':" l®£'; • '" :K,' st :-. : pn d« W&jjpt m x: JUNIOR LEAGUE PROGRAM SoDg. Roll call with scripture. Prayer—Mr. King. Scripture reading, John 1-27—Harlan Powell. The unreached in Montana and Idaho—Irone Birmingham. Conditions in Western •Wash- ington—Janie O'Neal. The Missionary Pastors in Idaho— Onie Pepper. Call for Christian Co-Opera- tion—Louis McClung. Song. Benediction. LUMPKIN PROGRAM For March 13th. Oration—P R Salmon. Reading—Anna* Riley. Recitation—Bessie Salmon, Reading—Prank Riley. Rfpifcation—Josie Law. Speech—P S.Dyer. Oration—G H Harper., Reading—Richard Law. Debate Resolved; That the south has produced greater men thau the north. Affirmative Virgil Stege:', Harry Waters and Oran La^r. Negative James Law, Earl Law and Jake Waters. R A Law, Pres., Josie Law Sec. La.t Doctor Neal of Vivian, was in Atlanta Friday. S S Burkhalter has resigned his position with F M Green and is to try his fortune farming. The lynching cases from Mor- ris Coun...

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

THE ATLANTA NEWS H LOVELACE BROS.. Publishers ATLANTA, - - • - TEXAS Now that William is 50 years old 11 •will be hard for him to pose as a boy kaiser. "Women and children first," said Capt. Sealby. This is still the age of chivalry. Though 50 years old, the kaiser is still picking up bits of valuable in- formation. The Cornell university library now contains over 353,000 volumes and more than 53,000 pamphlets. The sale of matches made of white phosphorus has been prohibited in England by act of parliament. Another good thing about the water wagon is the small amount of repair bill^ever incurred on its account. New York doctor says that happy childhood on a farm is impossible. Please note that a New York doctor says it. Mr. John D. Rockefeller's physi- cian has assured him of living to be 100. A doctor worth having! May his patient never miss his old friends, either. In Oregon a ten-inch hatpin is to be the limit. Thus are slang and legal phraseology working pleasantly hand in hand ...

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