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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 15 April 1909

. wm Imm f;' lj- >• t }■ f Wh \ iBl BEN Pf-CuTCHEpiv - Illustrations BYMTTVILI, COPYRIGHT 1906 BY DOOO MEAD i* COMPANY M M ' SYNOPSIS. Gerard Chambers, son of a wealthy im- porter and a student at an eastern col- lege, was awarded a membership in the duster 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. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 15 April 1909

ii WrH M £p i v • ^ SR&CS- Wid'i f* *M-<-ftI -UfaM I" •■■*:. THE ATLANTA NEWS / SUBSCRIPTION 91.00 PER ANNUM J-u LfOVKLACB a. 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 ling,. - 5o Notice yy shoi tW* ? >uld be in Wednesday All advertising cop; this office not latter 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 rafce.of 2 .cents a line, in o 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- Wade & Buteher Razor For "tyade & Butcher" on a Razor is like "STER- LIN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 April 1909

THE ATLANTA LOVELACE BRbS., Publishers and Pp' ~ ii:tors " The Newspaper for the People $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. IX Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, April 29, 1909 No. 37 m Sag® In | \;'v * * * ■& * * * * * * * -r * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ♦ * * * * * * Atlanta National Bank ATLANTA. TEXAS 4 * * * 4 * * * * * <5- * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 ift tYft rft iti it rfi jiti rft iTt iti itfi tfo iti iSi ifi >1*4 *1* iYt r ^V CONDITION At Close Of Business April 13, 1909. RE80URSCE8 Loan9 and Discounts $106,524.86 Banking House, Fur. & Fix. 7,351 32 U. S. Bonds and Premiums 31,350 00 CASH 141.542.76 289,768.94? LIABILITIES Capi tal $50,000.00 Surplus and Profits 21,534.65 Nat'l Bank. Notes Outstand'g 29,400.00 Clearing House Certificates 6.00 DEPOSITS 138,828.29 289,768.94 We invite your attention to the above state- ment, and solicit your account on the merits thereof. Farmers, we appreciate your business, a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 April 1909

Wm* 119 mrm ttf,; ' -i 111* m / *• M^rARvi *k>* Ammonia will clean the rubber rol- lers on your wringer. Trim a little every year rather than too much in any one year. Cottonseed meal is considered a great lean meat, bone and muscle builder. Be sure that warmth for the lambs fe not provided at the expense of plenty of fresh air. Arsenate of lead is said to be a better material for spraying for in- sects that eat the foliage than is paris green. Encourage the presence of the birds in the orchard. Even the robins will «at enough insects in a season to than pay for the cherries they eat. Plan the rows for small fruit to run north and south, if possible. This gives the best chance for the sun to shine on all sides of the plant3 and to warm the ground between them. As soon as the leaves appear on the entrant and gooseberry bushes dust tbem with hellebore while wet with dew and you will keep the upper hand sa the worms. A second application siioald be made later. There is everything in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 April 1909

f * t if: re Hr A ROUND DAIRY BARN. fakes Less Material to Build and Is More Convenient. I send a photograph of the round dairy barn on the Faywocd farms in Grand Isle county, Vermont, owned by Maj. A. H. Davis of Onondaga county, New York, explains a correspondent of Breeders' Gazette. The barn is 90 feet in diameter, having stanchions on the ground floor for about 75 head. A round silo holding nearly 400 tons extends from the ground to the roof A Vermont Dairy Barn. under the cupola. There are no cross beams except those supporting the floor above the cows, so nothing is in the way when storing hay. The separator and power room is lo- cated behind the inclined road leading to the upper doors. A manure shed is seen at the back. Economy of lumber and convenience in feeding are claimed for round barns. h'OW TO MAKE GOOD BUTTER. COWS, HOGS AND HENS. There Is a Growing Appreciation of the Value of the First Named. There is a growing appreciation of the dairy cow. Not long ago a farm- e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 April 1909

■■ >'jj l>yMl I f**'H IT n>fi • ~i ' rm~t ••"""^-"i- iii'"1 ' ^ - '"''^''-^^"^"^^'^'X'C'11' James % Graham Wagon sold by B. F. Ellington & Co. % t OUR CORRESPOJ\DENr * Notes Of Interest From Here and There TN ' Kildare KC f :+V W-: The cool weather now prevail- ing is somewhat of a mild re- buke to the straw hat, which made its appearance with the advent oi what we supposed to be real spring weather, but what seems now to have been a joke. Also a gentle admonition to the unblushing peekaboo waist, or what is left of it to "go way back and sit down," or otherwise withdraw from public view for a season. Many of Sir Isaac's disciples have been enjoying rare sport the past week, although a variety of bait is difficult to obtain since prohibition went into effect. Mr. Cox and family of Atlanla e joyed an outing on Frazier creek last week returned home e!ated over their success with rod and line. It is reported that the R. N. Rand saw mill four miles south of Kildare was burn...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 April 1909

IWSM It PATRIOTIC YOUNG MAN THE BALLARD LITERARY SOCIETY CAUGHT IN STORE ^nK mm The editor received this week a letter from Martin All day, one of the young men who is at John Tarleton College, Steven- ville, Texas. While the letter was not/written for publication, we feel like giyiog some of xt> and with it a word to encourage our young friend and a word of commendation cf hig pride in East Texas: You cannot imagine with what interest 1 read your paper, when it tells of the advancing move- ments of Atlanta, which seems to have taken hold of her lately. Before they organized tire In- dustrial League, I could not help but feel bad over the way Atlanta had been doing, when every day I would read in the Dallas News what the* Commer- cial Clubs of Marshall, Pitts- burg, Mount "Vernonj Mt. Pleas- ant, Naples, were doing, and Atlanta had none. It made me feel proud, of dear old Atlanta when I read that she had formed an industrial club, voted water works bonds and to hear that she was ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 April 1909

sgfp ;/ i"-1 . .■.: W?3p*#? 1 pe. .\>. 'W v&m ■■■ ■ f ■ Gill afe# Is' 111 E ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS.. Publishers TEXAS The inventors might now experl- lent with colorless autos or smokeless Statistics show that the death rate Is increasing, but that is because peo- are living faster. The American Museum of Natural story has bought a duck 3,000,000 years old. But the bird's dead! The radicals in the suffragette move- ment are the worst enemies of the cause. The chance discovery is made thai President Eliot of Harvard can not milk a cow. Sooner or later an over- rated man is found out. It would seem to be a wise economy ©n the part of the city to lop off from the pay roll all those inspectors who do not inspect. SECRETARY OF THE NAVY Nearly $30,000,000 is to be expended . this year on automobile tires, not . counting the value of the wind pumped ife Into them. J Another knock-out blow for college coeducation. If men and women cannot be educated together can they ' exercise t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 April 1909

IN THE PUBLIC EYE gfeffl: 91 C:;-1 IS mf NAGEL'S FIRST ASSISTANT Ormsby McHarg, who has been appointed assistant secretary of commerce and labor, is a native of North Dakota and has been in close touch with affairs at Washington for several years. His selection was personal with Secre- tary Nagel, who was anxious to find a man who had the business and legal ability to run the de- partment of commerce and labor in Mr. J^agel's absence. Mr. McHarg was graduated from the law school of the University of Michigan in 1896, and returned to North Dakota to practice his profession. In 1899 he went to Washington and entered George Washington university, taking several degrees. Later he became an instructor of law at George Washington. About two years ago Mr. McHarg was en- gaged as a special attorney by the department of justice and assigned to the prosecution of land fraud cases in New Mexico. Later he represented the de- partment in litigation connected with Indian affairs in Oklahoma. Whil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 April 1909

THE ATLANTA ISfcWS subscription $1.00 per -annum JJM>. ij. 1A) VBiiACK Pablishers. WW*. 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 b« 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 Billy 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. The News still contends for a Trade and Sales Day tor Atl...

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

£5w>;r * Mm- ■*" • <M r;5- THE ATLANTA NEWS. LiOVELAGE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. IX Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday. May 6, 1909 No. 38 Atlanta National Bank ATLANTA, TEXAS 4 ^ . ......... £ ♦ * * * * * 4* * W. C, T, U, CONDITION At Close Of Business April 13, 1909. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * # ♦ * * ♦ * £ ♦ RESOURSCES Loans and Discounts $106,524.86 Banking House, Pur. & Fix. 7,351 32 U. S. Bonds and Premiums 31,350 00 CASH 144,5*2.76 289,768.94- LIABILITIES Capital $50,000.00 Surplus and Profits 21,534.65 Nat'l Bank Notes Outstand'g 29,400.00 Clearing House Certificates 6.00 DEPOSITS 188,828.29 289,768.94- We invite your attention to the above state- ment, and solicit your account on the merits thereof. Farmers, we appreciate your business, and want to lend you some money, we have money to lend and want you to use it. We solicit the accounts of farmers, firms, corporations, individuals, me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 6 May 1909

POTATO MAKES PROUD BOAST. Humble Vegetable Used for Many Oth- er Purposes Than Recog- nized Dinner Essential. Whenever you lick a postage stamp ptm partake of me, since all lickable fums are made from dextrine, one ot1 my products. 1 Your neck caresses me all day—for the Starch that stiffens your collar is made from the potato. The .hone buttons on your under- wear are probably "vegetable ivory" —compressed potato pulp. My leaves, dried, make a good •moke. You have often smoked them "Unbeknownst," mixed with your fa- vorite brand. Potato spirit is a very pure alcohol, ft is used to fortify white wines. Many a headache is not so much due to the grape as the potato. I.yield a sweet syrup. In this form X am often present in cheap cocoa, bone?, butter and lard. Jbat the corpulent try as they will, ifcey cannot escape yours truly, THE POTATO. 8AVING PAINT MONEY K$<;s IB Bm ft Cannot Be Done by Using Cheap Material and Cheap Painters. In arranging for painting, a good many property-own...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 6 May 1909

r.^v. ■ i 1$ 3v s : •« **% v: ."' **5eIPP^' PsfBSi?ri 11 |;' rA w: iimi .% •■ m TREADLE TO TOWN. The New Cycle-Skate for the Road Is Now Very Much in Evidence. With the present rage for roller- skating on rinks, it is not surprising thatthe skate for use on the road should Roller 8kating to Town. be in evidence. It will he remembered that during the roller-skating bo6m of some 12 years or so ago a cycle-skate was put on the market. This differed, however, from the present form, inas- much as progress was made by gliding in the fashion of the skater. The new skates are worked by treadles, much as treadle sewing machines and such like are operated. AID TO MEDICAL STUDENTS. Projectoscope Throws Operations on Screen by Use of Lens—Moving Pictures Can Be Secured. As a view of all the intricate details of a Surgical operation can be obtained only from a position just above the Held of operation itself, the provisions for demonstrating operations to med- ical students in a clinic are woefu...

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

& Graham Wagon sold by B. F. Ellington & Co. THE MOB SPIRIT OCR CORRESPONDENTS Notes Of Interest From Here and There * $ [Kildare Jack frost is again our most frequent and persistent visitor, and th9 blighting effect of his baleful influence is manifested by the yellow and stunted ap pearance of vegetation. Will these freakish moods of the weather never end? Carrier on our new mail route made his initial trip today, to the gratification of the patrons alon? the route who are delighted with the idea of having thei? mail delivered at their door in stead of having to go several miles for it. J K Heath returned from Tex arkana Wednesday where h. had undergone a successfu surgical operation much im- proved. The little Garden boy, who was terribly scalded some time a 'o, and whose life was despair- ed of contrary to all expectations bids fair to recovery, though he will be mained to some ex- tent for life. Afi evidence now points to the incendiary origin of the fire which destroye...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 6 May 1909

ift' ■Mx. m * Jb * 4* * * 4* 4* 4* 4* ♦ 4* * 4? * 4* 4* * * h * * 4* * * * * * * 4* * * * * * * * * ♦ # * They Must Go ■■■■■■mmhn Bi^- Reductons In Prices. Bai ffains For /Vll. J must raise some moey. My stock is too large Because of these facts, I wili make some aston- lng cuts in prices for a few clays. You cannot afford to miss them. My store is full of goods. I e^n mention only a few of them here. CSot hiiij " at Cost. All Ooods at 5 £ eductions How is This! Box Ribbon. 25c value, Knickbocker paufs, Bran New, Ages 13 to IS Neckties, beauties 20c and 25c values 1000 pairs hose aii«t socks 2 pairs for. . 15c 50c 15c 15c SI .25 Tan Shoes Low Quarters Ladies Shoes £4 ftr Patent Leather. ^ | |/Jj Pencil Tablets 450 Sheets Low Quarter Shoes for Men and boys Oxbloods' Tans, Blacks S2.50 to $3.00.. Mexican Straw Hats 25 valued Shoe Strings per dozen/. Covered Baskets, different sizes 5 cents to. 5C oys $2.00 ...15C 5C 25c And This? uspenders 25c to 50c values Best Spool Thread per dozen...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 6 May 1909

A v jiBcsa ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACB BROS.. Publishers TEXAS ig and Overdrinking, gluttony a cause of drunkenness? ;j&e recent meeting in New York of the American Society for the jjdy of Alcohol several speakers pro- it the main cause. Dr. D. H. of New York said that appetite r alcohol could be eradicated by liv- on vegetable diet for six months, I that the same regimen would abol- i the taste for tobacco, says the Troy He gave this short prescrip- ii for the cure of inebriety: "If you a drunkard, quit eating meat." Dr. itt. Benton of Chester, W. Va., went bi> the subject more elaborately, ;<'fMen of to-day are overfed from the Idle to the grave. Nature pours out It sufficient fluids for digestion to supply the needs of the body, but not Icient to assimilate all the foods people habitually pour into theh stomachs." He declared that poisons are thereby produced which attack the neivous system, bringing on a feeling •f discomfort which is obliterated b> . th<t narcotic eff...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 6 May 1909

:V J ' ■ ■■ • - m?> • * y ?■-■- 'cm m ear- OGmm THANET ■siUTJveut-s, MANyg><&SfOVK^> Hk m i'^: SiL fMM; ->%U- mk i< >: mm£- if. w%> a*. m!mM % M- ■& I ■m %... it |$pj I lH Sfe: CHAPTER I. The Man with the Moles. The first time that Col. Rupert Win- der saw Cary Mercer was under cir- cumstances calculated to fix the inci- dent firmly in his memory. In the year 1903, home from the Philippines on furlough, and preparing to return to a task big enough to attract him In spite of its exile and hardships, he had visited the son of a friend at Har- vard. They, were walking through the •corridors one of the private dormi- tories where the boy roomed. Rather grimly the soldier's eyes were noting marble wainscoting and tiled floors, and contrasting this academic en- vironment with his own at West Point. A' caustic comment rose to his lips, but It was not uttered, for he heard the sharp bark of a pistol, followed by a thud, and a crackle as of breaking „ glass. "...

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

THE ATLANTA NEWS SUBSCRIPTION 91.00 PER ANNUM ' > —i Publishers jmo. h. ijoveliace A. Feed Lovelace Entered at the postoffiee at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail matter DISPLAY ADVERTISING Single insertion per inch 1 10c Six months or more..— 7 l-2c All ads. ran and charged for nntil 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 societ^notices are given free insertion, but mtrstfbe handed in before Wednesday. Obituaries and cards of thanks will be charged for at the rate .of 2 cents a v line. No poetry or verse accepted for publication, unless the editor should drop into rhyme. Country correspondents should get their letters in eark^in the week. Avoid silly neighbonrod notes. If you have some imniaflat neighbor- hood happening to£^Eort, such as deaths, births, marcwes, meetings, etc., send itin; if not, do not write. — An excelsior factory would pay in Atlanta....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 May 1909

W$' sirr? r- ;-Vi v W mm M Sagi #x mm WM ?":<• THE ATLANTA NEWS. i s LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People " Vol, IX Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday- May 20, 1909 $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE No. 40 SECRETARIES ' ASSOCIATION The Texas Commercial Secre- taries' Association has issued a Tax Map, showing by eountie the average rendered value of land per acre, 1907 and 1908. It is issued for the information of property owners, tax as- sessors, boards of equalization and others interested in equaliz- ing taxation as between the different counties. The explana- tory notes on the map read in part: "The purpofee of the map is to show comparative information of the average rendered value of land per acre as between the different counties in 1907 and 1908. The figures shown first in each county give the average rendered value of land per acre in dollars and cents, for 1908 and the second figures give the same information for 1907. It was first attempted ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 May 1909

RAT TRAP THAT WILL CATCH. Band Concert Transfer Arouses Wrath m. m SffiS:;, 11 t:r *3* Qf \TO TH€ isi '"ifrthiK*,, - -; ^pqtq Mao WASHINGTON.—One of the first in? novations attempted by Mrs. William Howard Taft has brought dis- appointment to the wife of the presi- dent of the United States. Criticism is never pleasant, and especially when one tries to launch a Utopian reform and fails. But that is what Mrs. Taft seems to have done and the storm that has been stirred by her interfer- ence with ancient custom is still ris- ing. The trouble arose over Mrs. Taft's desire to have the Marine band's weekly concerts, that heretofore have been given on the lawn behind the White House, transferred to some ether place. In looking over avail- able places where the Washington- tans, black and white, might listen to the music, the president's wife found a eite far removed from the White House on the banks of the Potomac. Immediately an order was issued from the executive office to the super- int...

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