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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 April 1909

m J m P| mm mm-v- pi K- • fi" life -. 11' * 1i-< l£': \£ mm Wt'i £f. if jttEN CABINET WHAT WIFE SAYS "GOES." FADS IN DIET. ETWIXT you and me When folks disagree, Meat pater, or true veg- etarian, I pity the plight Of the seeker for light, Be he, banker or poor proletarian. One says: "Meat avoid," Another, annoyed By this counsel, says: "Beef is essential." Another would wish Nothing better than fish, And thinks herring and cod Providential. But, alas, I am sad "When I try each new fad, To find that no one is worth while, sir, Po in talking of food, (Like the cynic so rude), I'll fall back on "Three nuts and a smile, sir." Alaskan Firesides. This sounds like a contradiction in terms; for with the word Alaska we conjure up a picture quite different from the cheerful domestic view sum- moned at the name of fireside! Yet there are many such there, and more worthy of the name, perhaps be- cause of the bleakness from which they afford shelter. Nowhere is there ".such kindness; nowhere ...

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

v. -r- |f _£i I . ■ ■: ■-..■;;,-r-x- •• ,...k,.i.. .« mes & Craham Wagon sold by B. F. Ellington lb Co OUR COBRESPONDEIVTS Notes Of Interest From Here and There t t INoticc Sheriff's Sslc HILL'S BUSINESS COLLEGE US INVESTIGATION IN'BEAT FOUR mi i#:; Since I had that vision in my dream which was published in the Citizens Journal March 25th from what I have learned since, there is really such Dem. that are so unconcerned about the hog law eleotion which will be on April, 10th next, and they are those who favor the hog law' and also that "Silly Taft Gang'r in prominence I have talk- ed with several "Billy Tafts" regarding the hog law and they laaghed that confidential laugh with a yes sir, the hogs may be turned out, for there is lots of the hog. law men will not vote this time. A victory in sight for the,-"Billy Tafts" and give them by the Dem.,hog law men. Say! get that paper and read my dream, and then. Ah! I can read your countenance which expresses the Inner man. The fire of t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 April 1909

OCC O The Spot Gash Man Special Prices I m ■' h>- iv life Hi -G^: I must raise some money at once to meet the de- * ^ mands of my growing business. To do this I am go- ing to make special prices for t h" n xt fifteen days. I cannot give prices on everything, but those given will give you some idea of the bargains offered Notice Notice All members of the Columbian Specials Good apron Ginghams rfl per yard. -Ob Best Calico r ^ per yard 3C 20 pieces Beat em-all cotton r- checks per yard Qu Yard wide quilt lining r _ per yard Ob Nice Muslin assorted colors yj ^ per yard H-fc Lovely plates RHp per set DUb 200 yards of embroidery yj . per yard Good pants Q1 flfl per pair lUU 1 Bale Sea Island Domestic ~f- per yard f Q Plenty socks and hose two 4r. pairs for j Ob Good suspenders at 4 A- per pair | Ub Better grade per pair | Ob Best grade per pair . ZUu Shoes etc. A few pairs of Ladies tf*4 ftp, nice shoes per pair. . $ | |/Q Ladies Shoe- 2 50 to 3 00^4 " p small numbers 0 I s f 0 Few pr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 April 1909

?* ml THE ATLANTA NEWS mb LOVELACE BROS.. Publishers ATLANTA, - - - TEXAS What the Mouth Denotes. A certain philosopher declares that a woman is known by her mouth. Not by the words that issue therefrom, but by the shape and color of the lips, and the lines and dimples that gather about this important feature? He is supported ity his theory by physiognomists, who all endeavor to impress us with the fact that no woman with the small red- lipped, "Cupid-bow" mouth, so praised in song and story, was ever intellectual or generous of heart; and it is consol- ing to those whose mouths are not in accordance with the lines of beauty laid down by the poets to be told that a "wide, straight mouth, with strong white teeth" denotes the woman of su- perior intelligence, goodness of heart, strength of mind and a thousand and one other sterling qualities, which we all like to think we possess, says the New York Weekly. It is the fashion at present to hold the lips very slight- ly apart. This is su...

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

■■■■MSI £3 £& X%WV BEN ]^f-CuTCHJEOiv' * -' Illustrations BYMTTVITL, COPYR/GHT /906 BY DODD MEAD & COMPANY JZ MttLM A. v m*M. J~ m n§is*s c - mm ■ „*v •>-. __.. . > ■' j&A r& §36 ■Bag tffel lip-' frJJk ': m? £6; U - v it !m ( \ / "Jerry," 8he Pleaded, "You Must Not Go from Me Now." a*wwirM">ryM~fii-ir*ii~w ~>r"i~i—rfi"n"rinri^ —i-m-wi — rrrr - — — "• * - * " — — SYNOPSIS. Gerard Chambers. son of a wealthy im- jfcorter and % student at an eastern col- lege, was awarded a membership in the Charter 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's <exile. He must make his own living un- assisted, and keep everything a secret. Jerry, as superca...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 April 1909

fas® - \ {>: v/.t —L. p v. m ®g ^ ?fv v t-f?V #5: Sit--:'- fys* Bp j§Ssfi •-. ^fy ' '.' ft m.' W$; WB - m m wfeS" SI§; Mpc Itjfe i|p s®^- ' sn •. XHE ATLANTA NEWS SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER ANNUM J>'>. Li. IjOVKLIAOE 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 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. Ohurch 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 h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 8 April 1909

LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors Vol. IX Art Lovers" Chance coupon ATLANTA :'The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday. April 8, 1909 No. 3$ Wg' iB [.00 MATTED ART PICTURE FOR 15c Cut this Coupon from the ATLANTA NEWS, pro sent it and 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 and scientific way. This should be your watch out when u ou have your prescriptions filled. C. W. Newkirk & Co. SHOT AT ANTI It ia reported that on last Fri- day night in the Anti Communi- fy, Elmer Coon was shot by C. S. Draper. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 8 April 1909

HP Is AND 7m OCEAN'CURRENTS. Can Be Traced by Means of i - Sealed Bottles. currents can be traced by tfaetthig into the sea, at various points, sealed bottles containing rec- k f /v I| of the date and place at which were abandoned. When these are found on the coasts or up by ships, they furnish data for the calculation of their probable and the time occupied in ac- iplhifitng the journey. The hydro- graphic bureau of the United States, for the purpose of obtaining a great such indications from which a scheme of ocean currents may ba deduced, supplies ship captains with bottles containing blank forms •a which the date and latitude and loagtltude of the place are inscribed when they are thrown overboard. The captain of the ship Emma Laurans, has published fn The Tacht a note on wanderings of one of these bot- tles which, thrown overboard by him on March 24, 19GS, at 51 deg. S. lat. and 48 deg. 40 min. W. long., w^s up more than 30 months after- on September 2, 1908, near Robe, in sout...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 8 April 1909

:1P1I11 V/-4 f Farmers Educational —AND— Co - Operative Union Of America The Farmers' Union, or some of its members, have organized a bank call- ed the Farmers' Union Bank and Trust Company, which is to be lo- cated in Jackson, Miss. It is the in- tention to place the capital stock at once, and to begin business at the earliest possible moment. The bank will stand under very favorable cir- cumstances, the membership being well aware of the attitude of the lo- cal banks in not making loans last fall to the union warehouses and the discouraging of every Farmers' Union enterprise, and they may yet live to regret their action in refusing a rea- sonable demand for money. / m Iff; mm k > It! It might be a good plan for the members, of unions near towns to begin an educational program among the merchants, professional men and idlers, but especially the newspaper men, wltft a view of teaching them the necessity of letting farmers 60 ( the planting and harvesting and the town farmers turn...

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

imm^ * - -V-. OUR OORRESPONDENTN Notes Of Interest From Here and There t t Calloway James & Graham Wagon sold by B. F. Ellington & Co. _ THE GOMNTRY EDITOR Kildare It is seldom that traffiic on the main lin of an old estalished ' road, is in errup^ed by fallen trees. Yet ttie timely discovery a few evenings ago, of a huge pine across the Texas and Pacif- ic track just horth of Frazier Creek, probably prevented a dis astrous wreca to No 2. x Mrs. M F Kilgore, whose con- dition was soiserious as toneces sitate, the calling of Dr. Abies of TexarKana in consultation, with home physicians is now ie ported much improved. Mrs. M J Frazier died seven miles west of Jefferson on the 29th and was buried at Center Hill the following day, near the home of her children. Another good woman gone. She united with the M IT Church south, in early life and so far as the writer can ascertain, remained to the end, a consistent member a loyal zealous Christian. Many attended tne burial. Forest fir...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 8 April 1909

Kg Si 'i ikm& >m. The Spot Cash Man Special Prices Next Fifteen Days I must raise some money atonee to meet the de- mands of my growing business. To do this [ am go- ing to make special prices for the next fifteen days. I can not give prices on everything, but those given will give you some idea of the bargains offered ;&■ - Specials Good apron Ginghams r- per yard vu Best Calico r - per yard Jg 20 pieces Beat em-all cotton r checks per yard 0G Yard wide quilt lining r - per yard . Oil Nice Muslin assorted colors l- per yard TU Lovely plates Rflft per set 3UL 20t> yarda of embroidery jj - - per yard *n# Good pants A4 AA per pair ^ | lUU 1 Bale Sea Island Domestic per yard f (j Plenty socks an# hose two 4 r- pairs for | Olf Good suspenders at 4 A^ per pair | Uu Better grade 4 P ~ per pair | j|| Best grade Oflo per pair >. ZUb Shoes etc. :$1 .25 A few pairs of Ladies ftp nice shoos per pair. . $ | g/,0 Ladies Shoes 2 50 to 3 OOQ' "ir small numbers Q i1 0 Few pr mens p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 8 April 1909

|' * K THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACB BROS.. Publishers ATLANTA, TEXAS Wtk m Scrutinize the Maxims. A busy clergyman declared recently that the way he got through his work wag by violating most of the precepts he had been taught in boyhood, fore- most among them, "If you want any- done, do it yourself." The house- may take a leaf from his book. For example, the task which she turns over to her daughter lightens her own hands and trains those of the little maiden. The most fatal precept for "mother" to observe is, "Whatever is worth doing at all, is worth doing well" —that is, if "well" is interpreted to mean "as well as you can do it." Here is a place for her to use that judgment which comes so high in the markets of the world And is too often held bo cheap in the home. "As well as possi- hie" is none too well when the task Is making an apple pie or boiling a po- tato; but the woman who dusts her house from attic to cellar every day as well is she can do it lacks a -sense of proportion. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 8 April 1909

mt QOPYR/GHT /.906 BY DODD MEAD & QOMPAMY isfe 11KKII #YNOPSIS. 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's exile. He must make his own living un- assisted, and keep everything a secret. Jerry, as supercargo on an ocean freight- er, bound for Urania, South America, loaded with guns for enemies of that government, was captured and thrown into a dungeon. Marina Bostos, adopted daughter of Gen. Bostos, ministered to his wounds. Each made a strong impres- sion on the other. Jerry was sentenced to die. Capt. Pilaro freed Chambers. All tbree united...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 8 April 1909

1 AiXANIA MiWS SUBSCRIPTION 91.00 PER ANNUM Jl*0. L. iiOVKLiACJsi Publishers. A, Feed Lovelace Wade & Butcher Razor For Tlcts 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 yon have some important neighbor- hood happening to report, such as deaths, births, marriages, meetings, etc., send it in; if not, do not write. Look out fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 15 April 1909

NEWS. & ■ LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. IX Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, April 15, 1909 No. 35 mm- r ■ _ Art Lovers' Chance coupon 5 5 5 5 10110110110 i Total cn cn cn cn cn cn cn cn $1.00 $1.00 MATTED ART PICTURE FOR 15c Cut this Coupon from the ATLANTA NEWS, pre sent it and we wili 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 and scientific way This should be your watch out when you have your prescriptions filled. C. W. Newkirk & Co. CASS COUNTY INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE The Cass County Industr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 15 April 1909

m: mm \ 0#wk rm lime to clip the horses which have heavy coats. I Iran should be mixed with other teed to produce the best ration for feOCB. (Jood management of the dairy has a money value. Don't let the profits leak away. t:':* / - — ; Hate the old gobbler with the young / Stock and the young gobbler with the * «ld birds. The shepherd who lives with his flock daring lambing time is the man who has good results and find3 that sfetep raising pays. To farm successfully requires just s much experience of a practical .-Staid as does any other line of busi- itB, probably more. If the seed corn has not been kept esittfully during the winter do not be if it does not give you the you had hoped for this year. wml v — i't Worry about the kind of we are having or are going to and p'an your work so as 'tare It dovetail beautifully into the conditions. -ifj,. lfothing better than a piece of hose dislodge the obstruction in a cow's The hollow hose enables the ! to breathe while its throat is be- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 15 April 1909

■■4r" •; cs-*7 •Wjr .'.v.u fv i E|- ■wtflJ'H PURELY FEMININE HOW TO ENTERTAIN POINTS FOR THE WISE HOSTESS TO REMEMBER. Secret of Success Is by No Means in Mere Display, But Rather in Offering Novelties to One's Guests. Do not limit your entertaining to When you can cut a splurge. Tl£ clever hostess is she who has her friends often in a small way. A table or two of bridge, a small dinner or an afternoon tea occasion- ally will cost no more than one elab- orate function and furthers one's rep- utation for hospitality. The secret of success in modest en- tertaining is to seek novelty in menu or service. This does not mean that money must be lavished; thought and ingenuity often gain more artistic ef- fects than dollars. To achieve a reputation for delicious cooking is not difficult if one person- ally supervises the courses served. Soon original torches can be added to old recipes and quite commonplace food can masquerade as masterpieces of a chef. At a tea, instead of serving ordinary...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 15 April 1909

ames & Graham Wagon soid by B. F. Ellington & |^||PHpp ■—— OUR CORRESPONDENTS Notes Of Interest From Here and There ~ ; f Springdale - Mrs. Westmoreland ha9 relapsed and is at the point of death. Mrs. John Walls is quite sick this week. Miss Lutie Gowen came home with Miss Mattie Roberts for a few days visit. The frost last week did not do any serious damage. Mr. and Mrs. Will Brunson of At- lanta were in our midst last week. Rover. v —o— Piney Crove Esv. Hardy Holman filled his regu- lar appointment, here Saturday and j Sunday. Mrs. Leach and daughter, Miss Lib- bie, also Mrs: Watson returned to their home in Kansas Monday, after a pleasant visit with relatives here. Several young people from here attended the Easter egg hunt at Sha- dy Grove Sunday morning. Jim Dunlap and family visited Mike GrifSn and family of Eanon Sunday. | ^Mrs. W C Dupree is visiting her* sen, Andrew, of Brfght Star thi week. Jesse Dupree and family of Attiocb | Attended church here Sunday. Mi-88 Ann...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 15 April 1909

fMNSfcr?/* KW3*s«siras!«*&*5 * * «*■<•*>* Wk WANTED /. ■ - ' ' v - , ' 5,000 Doz Eggs 1,000 Chickens 5,000 New Custom ers. * ■v * * * <* * * * * * « Tt * * * * * ♦ * >•* ■fr * * * * * * * •i* * * £ * * m * * * * * S List of contestants in corn and cotton contest of The At^ lant'a National Bank of Atlanta, Texas, who offer $50 00 in gold i to the man that will raise the f most cotton on one acre of land, and $50 00 in gold to the man that will raise the most corn on one acre of land. Cotton Corn L We invite you to see us before you goods. We will money on lots of things. Special attention to call bay save and you r you City orders. Phone 131 C W McClung T~:> /■ d> • • * .9 4 * * *. % 4- * * 4- 4 * 4 * Haynes louche Young <$4*4* 4*4*4*4fc4*4k4fc4*4'^4s4*4i4 4*4*4*4k4*4*4i* A FISH FRY On last Thursday the citizens of tBallard and Smyrna com- munities met at Taylor Bridge on Black Bayou for a fish fry and picnic* The occasion was the closing of the two schools p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 15 April 1909

HH Is W ATLANTA NEWS LOYELACB BROS.. Publishers ATLANTA, TEXAS Air castles in Spain are safe. King Alfonso has promised not to fly. Three Chicago footpads stole 4(1 cents- and got life sentences. Chicago bates pikers. An Ohio pastor says "the Kiss is an intoxicant and must go." Hereaway it lis going some. King Edward caught a cold in Ber- itin. That's what comes of kissing the kaiser, we presume. Farmers Educational —AND— Co - Operative Union Of America Pittsburg has signed a ball player named Storke. Taking no chances on pennant race suicide. A New York man paid $22.50 for a cent dated 1811. Evidently money also improves with age. "London society is slighting Lent." Just where is society observing the 40 days of alleged abstinence? Ex-Queen Liliuokalani has been sued for a doctor's bill. What to do for our ex-queens is also becoming a problem. There will be no war m the Bal- kans. No war with the Japs. This is going to be an era of peace for the world. Banqueters in San Francisco a...

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