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

COPYRIGHT 1306 BY DOOD MEAD & QQMPAHY ,y • ,'*A iLLVfTHATHtm mNF.LYII.1, SYNOPSIS. Gerard Lnambers, 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, orily 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's ■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 with guns tor enemies of that government. Cham- T>ers was ...

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

SI THE ATLANTA NEWS subscription SI .00 PER ANNUM I li, iiUVbLuitn a. Feed Lovelace Publishers. Entered at the postoffloe 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 W ednesday 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, 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. Bloomburg is to test for oil and gas, Naples is wor...

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

,•>•••• THE ATLANTA NEWS L.OVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People" — ■■ - - $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. IX Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, March 18, 1909 No. 31 Art Lovers' Chance COUPON 5 5 5 5 ! 10110I10110 I Total 5 ! 515 15 15 5 15 5 $1.00 MATTED ART PICTURE FOR 15c Cut this Coupou from the ATLANTA NEWS, pre sent it and we will always cancel the amount of your purchase, so that when you? 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 chaAce 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 Drugs, Toilet Artecles, etc. Call for a box of NEWKIRK S HEADACHE AND NEURALGIA RELIEF Contains No Opiates- C. W. Newkirk & Co. FOB LARGER PUBLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS = A LETTER AND ITS ANSWER The following letter and an- swer to it we*-e found in or among the effects c...

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

mmm = JPk-' :Z" — -THE MARRYING SQUIiRE." Justice George E. Law Has Broken All Records. George E. Law, Justice of the Peace, 13 ys Franklin St., Brazil, Ind., is known far and wide as the "Marrying Squire," from the fact that he has mar- ried more couples than any other offi- cialinlndiana. Judge Law wrote a letter in 1906, recommend- ing Doan's Kidney Pills, which he said had made a bad back well, enabled him to sleep bet- ter nights and feel more fit for work. The treatment also cleared up the urine. On January 5, 1909, Judge Law confirmed his previous testimony. "I have recommended this remedy to many people since I first used it," said he. Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box, Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. CLASS THAT HUBBY WAS IN. Pos^bly Wife Did Not Mean It Just That Way, But There It Was. A husband and wife ran a freak show in a certain provincial town, but unfortunately they quarreled, and the exhibits were equally divided between them. The wife decided to continue busin...

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

« m yX • ; Farmers Educational -AND—' Co - Operative Union Of America If farmers knew when they were well off they would raise more tur- keys; good turkeys, either the Bronze or the White Holland. The latter is not quite so large as the Bronze, but Is a rapid grower. In any section of cur farming community where the raising of turkeys once gets a loot- hold they do not let the industry lag, but on the contrary, it is ever on the increase. In many sections of our country they are raised by the hun- dreds for market and still the demand is so great that the price is higher than it was fifteen years ago. It is ao hardship to raise $200 worth of good turkeys on the average farm. Farmers May Pool Crops. Frankfort, Ky—The Court of Ap- peals has decided that farmers can still pool their crops, but trust and combines can not unite to enhance the price of any article above its real value, nor depreciate the price below its real value. It was also decided that the anti-trust act of 1890 Is no...

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

m w&m\ M m ■ it ■ I 'v i - James & Graham Wagon sold by B. F. Ellington & Co. J OUR CORRESPONDENTS J J Notes Of Interest From Here and There J EASILY DECIDED Doug-assviile Mr Webster ordered "pecan trees, not peach trees"—and since writing this fact to the- News, others have 'embarked in the enterprise. Messrs Snipes, Morris and others have plant- ed out 200 pecan trees. We think this progressive. Mr. Everett Swint and "family "moved" to Okiahoma, not "visited" * vfQ regret very much to lose them. Pomp Warren has moved to the ' home vacated by Mr, Swint. Mrs. Mary Snipes is visiting in town. She is with her son. She is still confined to ner bed most of the time, A H Snipes has two very sick child- ren, threatened with pneumonia. Quarterly meeting was held Friday Delegates from all the different churches were present. Rev. Burroughs preached a very able sermon. Rev. Walker filled his regular ap- piontment Sunday. Will Carlow's little girl has been low with pneumonia for t...

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

I IP ■ ML- $ FASHIONABLE AND DEPENDABLE Miles of New Laces and Embroideries Spring Goods Kabo Corsets All the Newest In Directoirs ARRIVING AT S. KALESKI'S The FafSfhionable Center TM $ About Dress Goods Our line of new Dress Goods for spring <s as beautiful as the beautiful spring season. Ev- erything that's New and Stylish, Rep3, Bedford Cords, Beauty Silks, (they're the latest) Voiles, Panamas, Mohairs, and the newest fad in Dress Net Waistings, all are here and our prices will surely please you. Shoes and Oxfords We know we are showing the moat up-to-date and dependable liue of Shoes, Oxfords, Ties, Pumps, and ankle Straps ever brought here. You will know it, too, after you've seen them. They come in all the newest shapes and leathers; Tans, Blacks, Wine and others, and our prices wont break you, either. « DON'T forget tliat we havejust received the handsomest, up-to- date. most stylish and best fitting- line of" Men's and Boys' S^nits for Spring, and our prices will make you...

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

V THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVBLACB BROS.. Publishers ATLANTA, - - - - TEXAS Dr. Wiley also will become an editor. All our statesmen are mov- ing up. Having passed his semi-centennial, llermany's kaiser should now temper Ills energy with greater wisdom. The town of Amherst, Nova Scotia, Is supplied with light and power from the waste products of a near-by coal i nine. m A Tennessee man wants tobacco fimoking prohibited. The fiend evi- dently wants to, drive us all to cig urettes. The fur seal has been officially classified by the government as a fish Well, what did the government previ- ously suppose it was? This country spent $14,000,000 foi j>eanuts last year—which may ac- count for a lot of the polices from which we have been suffering. sr.! Oregon legislature is attempting tc regulate the styles of women's clothes, thus setting for itself a task that Mgher powers long ago gave up in despair. BR® A Wisconsin professor says that all children are liars. And yet, "Except 3'6 become as li...

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

HP w ben m^cutcheow COPYRIGHT /906 BY DOOD. MEAD & COMPANY 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 Persona. 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's exile. He must make his own living un- assisted. and keep everything a secret. Jerry obtained a berth as supercargo on an ocean freighter bound for Urania, South America, loaded with suns for enemies of that government. Chambers was captured and thrown into a dungeon. Marina Bostos. adopted daughter of Gen. Bostos, ministered to his wounds. Each made a strong impression on the other. Jerry was sentenced to die. Uoon prom- ise of Ma...

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

it X£-j*Xi3*r*€* THE ATLANTA NEWS SUBSCRIPTION SI.00 PER annum J,. ,, JU. LlO V fc,.UA.O.fci A, Fred Lovelace Publishers. Entered at the postoffice at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail matter Wade & Butcher Razor For 71cts display advertising j ' J Single insertion per inch 10c [ Six<nonths 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. Churoh and sooiety notices are given free insertion, but must be handed in before Wednesday. Obituaries and cards of thanks will "harged for at the rate of 2 cents a line, * iNo poetry or verse accepted for publication, unless the editor should drop into rhyme., Country correspondents should get their letters in earl> in the week. Avoid silly neighborhood notes. If you have some important neighbor- hood happening to repori, such as deaths, births, marriages, meetings, etc.,...

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

NEWS. i fMl si' *11 I |§5 Cr r r P L'.V MA. *. ' WM LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. IX ^ •• • Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, March 25, 1909 No. 32 Art Lovers' Chance COUPON 5 5 5i5 515 5 5 101101101101 Total 51 5 15 5 1 Si .00 $1.00 MATTED ART PICTURE FOR 15c Cut this Coupon from the ATLANTA NEWS, pre sent it arid we will always 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. Our Prescription Department is Complete We use only the best and purest of drugs. We com pound your prescriptions in a clear aud scientific way This should be your watch out when you have your prescriptions filled. C. W. Newkirk & Co. WATER WORKS ROMS * ...

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

Mm SMR V K~nH V V . > JJSTttYi AND s CILtMCS STONE SHIPS. jyOVs I : Made by an Italian Engineer for Barge Service. Eleven years ago an Italian engineer made a boat of artificial stone, or eement, which excited much interest. It was an excellent boat, and is yet in use. The frame- work, of light iron rods, was covered with a metallic trel- lis, and then coats of cement applied. Inside and out, to form the hull. It proved surprisingly resistant to shocks. Since then the same engineer, Gabel- Hni. has made many more "stone" .boats, of various forms, and among them a barge, about 54 feet long and between 17 and 18 feet broad, which for several years has been employed for carrying coal in the harbor of Genoa. He also makes pontoons of the same material, says Youth's Com- panion, which have been us£d to re- place wooden pontoons on the Po. The material lasts better even than iron, and is not attacked by salt water. THE IMPROVISED BRIDGE. Little Tricks Which Can Be Played with Matches. ...

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

mm ^TKir i m IN HAM AND BACON A FEW SPECIAL METHODS OF PREPARATION. if m mi iff rer, If® \ ~A ISSfcK® 'ik mim- Economy In Buying Whole Ham—« Smaller Ones to. Be Preferred- Bacon and Apples Good Dish on Chilly Night. A ham is an economy at this season. Buying a 12-pound ham, it .may be sawed in two pieces and the heavy end boiled. Soak over night and scrub with soap and water. Rub and rinse well. Put over the fire in cold water and let boil 15 minutes to the pound. The smaller bams always come from younger pig? and are to be preferred. Too fat a ham is as undesirable as too lean a one. Broiled ham is good and the barbe- cued, as It Is called, has its friends. Cut rather thick slives of cold boiled ham and lay them in a frying-pan. Cook on both sides until they begin to crfsp at the edges and then put on a hot dish. Add to the fat in the pan four tablespoonfuls of vinegar, a salt- s'pdonful of English mustard, a tea- spoonful of white sugar .and a few dashes of black pepper. Boil up o...

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

iSlSii mm • • -• • §f pf Afyi wsMm James & Graham Wagon sold by B. F. Ellington & Co. HILL'S BUSINESS a /_ © COLLEGE t OUR CORKESPOKDENTS . Notes Of Interest From Here and There S B jjo'M'. Eanon - The little infant child of Mr. st; - and Mrs. Nealv Bobo was bur- ied at Anti Saturday evening, Elder J S G ffiin filled his ap- pointment here Saturday and / Sunday. John Stephens and sister Mrs Brown attended church here from Lumpkin School house. Messrs Sarge Griffin and will Stucky were here from. Bowie Co., Sunday. There was prayer meeting at Elmer Koon's Sunday night. There will be prayer meeting at Oscar RobLson's next Sunday night. There was singing at Anti Sunday evening. Tom Twist. —o— NewHope The Farmer's Union met Sat- urday night. Johnie Wright from Bartow, Fla., has moved back to Atlanta to make it his future home. Bro. E A Al Id ay of Atlanta delivered an excellent sermon at Alamance Sunday. Frank McWilliams of Beech Creek was in our midst Sunday. George Crabtree of...

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

m<*?£i „ * 28 SCHOOL NOTES gl^ij£i j:J *jj ' 3f* i ff' Wj;& . m> liptes, WBi • • ;♦ %. -*5 -fc ,41 Free school for the country children closed last Eriday. We are very glad t&~note that very few fcave stopped , on that ac- count*/ The 6th grade have a very novel device jfor perfect days. Five white stars denote each pupil perfect the entire week. The following are the ones who received five stars the past week: Jlnth McClung, Lucile Connerly, Jewell Erambert, Corine Green, Gladys Hughes. Ruby McWilliams, Marshall Culberson, and Edward King. The fiifth and sixth grades joint debate took place in the Chapel Room Friday, March 12, 1909, all societies being i nvited to be present Those little de- baters taught us that Fame w!U not run after boys and girls who a.* e afraid of her. That she mocks the trembling and re spectful lovers who deserve, but cannot force her favors. The pnblic is won by the bold, im- perious talents by the enter prising and the skilful. The golden bo...

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

THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS.. Publishers ATLANTA, - - - TEXAS The envelope was invented In 1683 and was in disfavor for a long time. The average elevator in a large of- . flee building travels about 20 miles an hour. f s An effort is being made in England to foster the tobacco-growing industry of Scotland. Mr. Jack Binns is of the real stuff of which heroes are made. He refuses to go on the stage. Right here it seems appropriate to mention as an interesting fact that this country consumed $14,000,000 worth of peanuts last year. Paderewski, while performing in New York, split the nail on one of his fingers. Our dispatch does not say what happened to the piano. It is no mere play upon words to remark that the congressional spoils- men are spoiling for a fight and that the odds are on the despoiler. 'Again we are reminded that money does not have a loud voice, but that it is a very penetrating voice and carries even to the fortified places. The American battleships have made a recor...

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

mg' ■feV -MgWg-v mm St It Ifev MGCUTCHEON COPYRIGHT 1306 BY DODO MEAD & COMPANY SYNOPSIS. 1 Wm m !&$• 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 l e assigned to another year's exile. He must make his own living un- assisted, and keep everything a secret. Jerry obtained a berth as supercargo <on an ocean freighter bpund for Urania, ?Bouth America, loaded with guns for •enemies of that government. Chambers was captured and thrown into a dungeon. Marina Bostos, adopted daughter of Gen. "Bostos, ministered to his wounds. Each onade a strong impression on the other.,...

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

■vfgf- ~ i ^ • j jffw5BffScfi5fr>wg m W«WI II HE ATLANTA NEWS SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 per annum i JJiO. L. LOVELACK A. Fred Lovelace Publishers. ISntered 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 _ Bach insertion, per line oc Notice llcts Wade & Butcher Razor For "Wade &vButClierv, on a Razor is like "STER- LING" on Silver, it means there is nothing BETTER AT ANY PRICE. One of the largest importers of high grade razors in the United States has sold us practically all of his e- noroious stock of English razors. They do not handle any but the finest grades. In order to dispose of them at once we make the un- |U4 heard of PRICE OF 71 Cents Each. THREE FOR $2 00. Every razor guaranteed to be full hollow ground and set ready for shaving. Not one razor in the lot was made to S9ll at less than #2.50. Most of them ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 April 1909

rSsSN I' H il# p k I 1- THE ATLANTA NEWS. % — 11 LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors - —— ——— ■ • — - :—— - - ■ ■ ... - * '/a.— j — - "The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. IX Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, April 1, 1909 No. 31 Art Lovers* Chance COUPON 5 S 5 5 1011010 10 Total 5 1515 15 1515 15 I 5 I 81.00 $1.00 MATTED ART PICTURE FOR 15c Gut tiiis Coupon from the ATLANTA NEWS, pre sent it aud we will always 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 your 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. Our Prescription Department is Complete We use otaly the best and purest of drugs. We com pound your prescriptions in a clear and scientific way. This should be your watch out when you have your prescriptions filled. C. W...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 April 1909

Farmers Educational —AND— Co-Operative Union Of America •fba union members _who mean bus- are like Paul Jones when the mhjiA captain asked him if he sur- rendered. "H—1, no!" cried Jones. "I tare just begun to fight." .^at is tike answer that all union men should ; aatern their inquisitive enemies when sneer and- say, "Oh, you fellows stick. You'll bust soon." "Not IWch. we won't. We've just begun fighting. The past has only l«n a skirmish." ^OHmld you take a notion to help jMraelf by raising what you need at lame and have the cotton for the cafe, keep a strict account of all out- and incoming amounts, don't 90a think that you could get out of I3he clutches of the man who compels jbb to mortgage everything to him Sir the little you get and be a free once more? Suppose you try it •ne year. Jfarnr Bfe is most attractive for jpmtng boys when there are sheep, enra, horses and pigs for which to ctrtt and befriend. Work only be- drudgery for the boy when it to be interesting, and what |; ...

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