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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 May 1909

SPSS f; i -W; JBlit jffpgM;, k'.'-i - M~:; 4 Kp", „v ■:y Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Edited and Contributed by W .S. MORGAN, Springfield, Missouri. Diversification of crops will enable the farmer to live at home. Make up your mind right now to plant less cotton this year and then hold the crop until you receive your price for it. Study the best methods of farming. It will be money in your pocket as well as to enable you to become a more efficient member of the union. If the farmers will not unite for their own protection fhey deserve to be robbed. A man who won't protect his own interests and provide for his own family is worse than an elephant. The Standard Oil trust is having some troubles of its own just now. They will increase in the near future. Respect for the law is necessary to good government, and people will have respect for the law just in pro- portion to how well it is administered. The Standard Oil Company threat- ens to pay the entire fine of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 May 1909

j"; j -." ■ ;■ ? . 4 sm m m - ■ inii ai •y!-™ i .>W fta*ucwgaw*aw>a y.i.tKiWK^pmi.j>m **i i.u.MmMWW" i iBm>nf«.■ wnww. jj *n"i mi Pa:"' iA / i; ^ M James & Graham Wagon sold by B. F. Ellington & Co. Base Ball News t t OUR OORRESPOIVDENTS Notes Of Interest From Here and There % Kildare * Dark Valley I will try to tell something of the situation as I see it, there aro many things being writen for the good of the old farmer and lots of good advice. The government and many states are establishing experimental farms to teach the farmers how to in- crease his products. Now that is good as far as it goes, but suppose, for this year, we could double our crops, what would be the result? According to Sec. Wilson's report for last year the agricultural products of the U. S. amounted to over eight billions of dollars, which a counts to more than all of the industries of our couutry. What did the farmer get? When we can get a just reward for what we produce, then we will make...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 May 1909

■"ami f m?" * t f nr\ •£ They Must Go Biff Reduetons In Prices. Baig-ains For iVll * * * * I must raise some moey. My stock is too large Because of these facts, I will make some aston- ing cuts in prices for a few Hays. You cannot % afford to miss them. %My store is full of goods. ^ I can mention only a few of them here. Clothiiij - at Cost. All Goods at Reductions * * * +- * * * * ■i* * * * * * * * * * * * * * ♦ * * * * * •$* * * * * * * * * How is This! Box Ribbon. 4 P- 25c value | Qb Knickbocker pants, Bran New, Cfln Ages 13 to 13 QUu Neckties, beauties 4 r. 20c and 25c values | 0u 1000 pairs hose and socks 4 r. 2 pairs for | 3(| Tan Shoes ft4 t%r Low Quarters Q | iZO Ladies Shoes Q4 ftp Patent Leather ^ 1i/Q Pencil Tablets Cft 450 Sheets «J|f Low Quarter Shoes for Men and boys Oxbloods'Tans, Blacks dirt rtrt $2.50 to $3.00 OZiUU Mexican Straw Hats ir. 25 valued I Uu Shoe Strings per dozen . • 0u Covered Baskets, different sizes rtr - 5 cents to « . ZvJU And This? uspenders 4 r. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 May 1909

1 ' 'i V'Vi ■ ; p; ' / ; ' Ki'i Sw:; mm ss? ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS.. Publishers LNTA, TEXAS Explorer Ernest BeKoven Leffing- IpeD will leave Seattle May 1 for arc- r Alaska, thus cleverly escaping the jperils of moving day. A London man who started In life 4S a Juggler died recently, worth $75,- jf; (jOO.COO. Evidently he turned out to !,% be a juggler of finance. gj No matter what the uncertainty con- cerning the advent of spring, there is whatsoever about the advent of spring season for fish lies. fk. Russia contemplates another loan '"•{•8 3on as it can be made opportune- So do some of the people who have signed up for automobiles. They construct dwellings out of blocks of building glass in Silesia, but seem solid enough so people who " five In them can throw all the stores Wish. ' That Cleveland woman who says her husband is the "biggest liar she lever knew" doubtless will have the assertion denied by other women who havo husbands. ,,r,; The blizzards of winter will no soon*...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 May 1909

ym m m { SHgpl | \ \ \ 'J ?$•}'$ wm m r- i -JW: ^OGTAVE THANE.T -*iUTJiQR^> yg&tfoUFLs* SYNOPSIS. Th« story opens at Harvard where Col. Rupert Winter, U. S. A., visiting:, saw the suicide of young Mercer. He met Cary Mercer, brother of the dead student. Three years later, in Chicago, in 1906, Col. Winter overheard Cary Mercer ap- .parently planning to kidnap Archie, the colonel's ward, and to gain possession of Aunt Rebecca Winter's millions. A Miss Smith was mentioned, apparently as a conspirator. Winter unexpectedly met a relative, Mrs. Miliicent Melville, who told him that his Aunt Rebecca, Archie and the latter's nurse. Miss Janet Smith, were to leave for the west with the colonel and Mrs. Melville. A great finan- cial magnate was aboard the train on "Which Cpl. Winter met his Aunt Rebec- ca, Miss Smith and Archie. He set his •orderly, Sergt. Haley, to watch over Cary Mercer. CHAPTER II—Continued. "Cary was rich, but after he had spent his youth with incredible indus- try...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 May 1909

■■pipifpi •.-y '/• -r 5% S. ^ 5*,>~ ' ■ - +m '•• *5?- " u'-T' '••■' J ■' ■ -v & ES# <h, f- $ ■■ , .* - V- '^:W;,. '- I— I«III . BE ATLANTA NEWS (SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 FEB ANNUM Ll. TSV^Tce A. Fred Lovelace Publishers. Entered at the postofflce at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail matter km- DISPLAY ADVERTISING Single insertion per inch 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 society notices are given free insertion, but must,be handed in before Wednesday. Obriii.ries 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, suc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 May 1909

THE ATLANTA NEWS. liOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors The Newspaper for the People" L.00 A YEAR IN AD VAN* M Vol. IX Atlanta, Cass Count}7, Texas, Thursday, May 27 1909 No. 4 HIGH SCHOOL GOMMENCMENT The Commencement Sermon was preached at the Methodist Chnrch Sunday by the Pastor, Rev. J C Jones. A'large con- gregation enjoyed the occasion The graduating exercises were h.'i'i at the opera house Monday night?, in the presence of a large house. The graduating class 1909 are Hardy Alonzo Dodd, Misses Onie Pepper, Virgina Davidson, Ford Jeter, lone Birmingham, Willie Connerly and Honor McCasland. The program as given in these columns last week was render- ed. All preformed their parts with credit to themselves. It was the most impressive com- mencement that has been had for years. The order was good Atlanta feels proud of this class as she has been proud of every graduating class of the High School. The essays all showed thought in their preparation and were well delivered. We s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 May 1909

m: W: TESTING SEED CORN. ]M| ■ FOR GETTING RID OF MOLES. PLAIK WAISTS WORN COMFORT AND PRACTICAL WEAR IN THE MODELS. Varying Materials Are Employed This Season—Little Change in the Styies—Fit cf the Corset an Important Point. So many shirtwaists are being bought and made, and there is still such demand for the smarter old bod- ice. that there seems no likelihood of these useful garments being shelved in the near future. All sorts of dainty v>ash textures turn out the every-day garment, while for skirts suitably ele- gant, the finer ones, cannot be too ex- quisite. But lovely as these last are, it is the more modest thing which is most needed. The plain, stylish shirtwaist with the coat and skirt gown which goes with it, represents the last notch for comfort and practical wear, sad in the wardrobe of the summer girl will be se?n a number of models the materials in these ranging from boardlike linens to the finest textures. The body portion of the practical shirt3 d'ffers liltie fr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 May 1909

•.Sf'-Vi.-.." mt PUBLIC STATEMENT Hitchcock Is Sartorial Masterpiece □ WASHINGTON.—Frank H. Hitch- cock, postmaster general, is the sartorial masterpiece of this adminis- tration. No statistics have been com- piled on the number of clothes Mr. Hitchcock owns. Lost in admiring contemplation of their refined yet fetching splendor, few have been able to recall themselves to the mere mathematical aspects of the splendid procession of variegated vestments. Mr. Hitchcock is one of those men ■who wear their clothes well. He is particular that they be newly pressed and carefully dusted. He will stop in the midst of the most serious confer- ence to draw up the port compartment ef his trousers in avoidance of a menacing bag at the knee, adjusting it in the exact position to obviate the bag at the knee, and yet to prevent any unseemly wrinkling at the thigh. Thus elevated, the Hitchcock trouser invariably displays a modest segment of hosiery never known to depart from the rule that a correctly...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 May 1909

IS® •,S;: K mM mw: James & Graham Wagon sold by B. F. Eilington & Co. f rti OUR COBRE8POADENTW Notes Of Interest From Here ami There $ FOR THE DALLAS FAIR Beech Creek Crops are doing nicely since the good rains. \ Mr. Wesley Chamblee's little girl that was dog bitten is re- ported some tetter. G" A Strawn happend to an \ accident Wednesday while drag- ing a log. Some how let it run over him; Mrs. J T McWilliams was called to Bloomburg last Thurs- day to attend the bed side of her father, W P Endsley who happend to an accident getting his collar bone broken and his leg badly bruised, but he is im- proving some. Prof. W N Garner attended singing at Rodessa Sunday. Vernon Murph was up from Vivian, La., visiting relatives here this week. He is in the tailor business at that place. J T McWiliiams made a flying trip to Texarkana Saturday. They are to have a protracted meeting at Ballard beginning the fourth Sunday in July. The B D and D M boys are going to play ball Saturday after...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 May 1909

mm :fr" m ; Big Bargains The Spot Cash. Man is not to be held down. New Bargains every day. • We have just received a lot of sample § waists, handkerchiefs, socks, 8 and suspenders at big bargains. § For the I\ext Fifteen Days 35c Men's Hal B.rigan Drawers 25c 25c Suspenders 2 pair good socks 5 doz. G5 and 75c Overalls Torchon Lace and Insertions 5c and Ladies Tan shoes Shoe strings per pack All calico A few Razors left for 1000 yards cotton checks 500 yards Apron Ginghams 10c Ginghams 25c and 35c neckwear 15 and 15C 15C 50C 10c 5c 5c 50c 5c 5c 8c 25c 75 pairs shoes 2 to 4 of each kind at a bargain. All baseball goods at a bargain. I must sell goods, if low prices will sell them. There are many other things too numerous to mention. In tinware, enamalivare, mens shirts, etc., I will not be un- deesoldr FRANK HUGHES The Spot Cash Man 4g4040404040404040*0404040#0«040#040#0404C*0#040#0*D THE WATER WORKS City Council has selected Fountain-Sluiw Enginering Com- pany ot' IIou-stoH to do th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 May 1909

ATLANTA NEWS :b BROS.. Publishers TEXAS l in cue tuue to nave your straw leaned. the sake ot peace give the worn- « ballot! y jeef at the spring poet when S feel the same way? will be warm enough for the idow cornet player, j milliners have solved the prob- .'What shall we do with our ex- sets? Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Edited and Contributed by W .S. MORGAN, Springfield, Missouri. Ernst be much pleasanter to pilot balloon before hostilities begin ; afterward. the price of liberty is quoted market rate of a sufficient sup- Drendnoughts. iflon complains of a shortage of ai's. The diploma mills must be exacting over there. ise man will enjoy every pleas- lay to the fullest extent, for he 1 knows what is coming. taricab is after all an automo- !ind it does not hesitate to run innocent pedestrian. English peeress has written a iry book. Perhaps the reac- 1'rom the suffragette craze is « treasury department, it Is said, <>ut to have new designs prepared...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 May 1909

IX- is m si J ll$y§f?''- e^OGZfl/S THANET r*.UTHQR--> MANjcg&jfoug^ SYNOPSIS. The story opens at Harvard where Col. Rupert Winter, U. S. A., visiting, saw the suicide of young Mercer. He met Cary Mercer, brother of the dead student. Three years later, in Chicago, in i!XK>. Col. Winter overheard Cnry Mercer ap- parently planning to kidnap Archie, the colonel's ward, and to gain possession of Aunt Rebecca Winter's millions. A Miss Smith was mentioned, apparently as a conspirator. Winter unexpectedly met a relative, Mrs. Millicent Melville, who told him that his Aunt Rebecca, Archie and the latter's nurse, Miss Janet Smith, were to leave for the west with the colonel and Mrs. Melville. A great finan- cial magnate was aboard the train on which Col. Winter met his Aunt Rebec- ca, Miss Smith and Archie. He set his orderly, Sergt. Haley, to watch over Cary Mercer. Col. Winter learned that the financial magnate Is Edwin S. Keatcham. On approaching Cary Mercer, the colonel was snub...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 May 1909

: ii- M. re? ■ gr -" fc gjrV PA jr «§ THE ATLANTA NEWS SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER ANNUM Jno. L. Lovelace A. Fred Lovblace I Publishers. Entered at the postofflce 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 tthe editor should drop into rhyme. Country correspondents should get their letters in early in the week. Avoid silly neighborhood notes. If ycu have some important neighbor- hood happening to report, such as deaths, births, marriages, meetings, etc., send it in; if not, do not write. Atlanta should b...

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

THE '..0VELACE BROS., F^msijers and Proprietors The Newspaper for the People" LOO A YEAR IN ADVANCE HBlK \ Vol. IX Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, June 1. 1909 No. 42 CASS COUNTY TRUCKERS - The Truckers' Association met in the Opera House Satur- day, May 29, at one thirty, with President Lanier in the chair. The secretary being absent, J L Lovelace was asked to act as swrotary, pro tem. I'he-president stated that the purpose of the meeting was to discuss the condition of the po- tato crop with a view of de- termining the time to begin digging. Reports were made as follows: B F Smith, examined four crops. In his judgment could not dig for two weeks. The yield smaller than usual, but a finer grade of potatoes. R W Steed, prospects tine, vines still green, out of six hills examined 8 to 7 shippers to the hill. J H Mc Williams, not so many as usual to the hill but much better. Two weeks before they will do to dig. J A Sassaman, vines green and still growing. Two weeks be- fore cr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 3 June 1909

^r%^- v ■ v TuiFLf.S or THE MlimOUK TOBACCO IN TEXAS USE CLOTHES BRUSH #01 NT OF NEATNESS TOO MANY WOMEN NEGLECT. Fine Materials and Late Styles Are of Little Effect if the Bottom of the Skirt Shows Traces of Mud. *T cannot stand her," said one worn- ■b to another, "the bottom of her tslrirts are so dirty, I do not believe she }«wns a clothes brush! I can scarcely 'look at her and hate to have her come ^lato my drawing-room!" j It is unfortunate that women do not fse-em to have the clothes brush habit ..u much as men. Now that skirts :3ve lengthened a daily hard brush is fc>s3ential both for looks and health. It is not pleasant if one is one's own 'maid to come in tired and take an ex- %ira five minutes to brush clothes; yet that is the time to do ft for many rea- sons. To put soiled skirts and dusty $ats and coats in a closet with other ■garments is unsanitary. Moreover, those clothes are apt to go unbrushed *ff we wait until they must be put on fet a hurry. There is nothing lik...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 3 June 1909

K •si i ISS Great Florida Sponge Beds In- vaded by Alien Army. Natives of Sunny Southern State Menaced by Adoption of European Methods of Furthering One of Industries. The Greek has come to be regarded as an economic menace by the native residents of Tarpon Springs and other parts of the west coast of Florida. The story of how this has come about is interesting as showing how great results sometimes grow from small beginnings. From Miami on the east coast down through the chain of keys and up the west coast as far as St. Mark's are the immense sponge beds which have been one of the sources of Florida's wealth for many years. Up to three or four years ago Key West was the chief center of the industry, sending out a fleet of some 400 vessels manned by several thousand men to fish for sponges, which sold at highly remun- erative prices. Up to 1905 the apparatus used by the sponger consisted of a water glass and a pole with a three-toothed hook at one end. The water glass was sim- ply a...

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

atyiiaaftaiwg , X1- f-s ■ sgfest Bis < U - MjM - ilf* y *> James & Graham Wagon sold by B. F. Ellington & Co t t OUR COBBESPOIfDEKTS Notes Of Interest From Here and There t t Kildare Those who have time, may now literally watch the grass grow, owing to the beneficent mood of Jupiter Pluvius. More bountiful rains are seldom seen than have fallen. The ground i3 so wet on some farms as to practically suspend flowing, yet it has fallen so gently that no damage to crops or land has re* suited.! Mr. Henry Hughes, who hasy resided near here for thirty-five years, and was one the counties best citizens, well known to all the business men of Atlanta, died on his farm Wednesday morning. After a brief, but im pressive service at the Methodist church of which he was a con- sistent member, he was laid to rest beside his wite and three children who had preceded him long ago. A large concourse of friends and relatives ac- companied the remains to the final resting place. Thursday Mrs...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 3 June 1909

M- - l$SM M' ^ *• i a- : - fr Wv 0*0#0#0#0^#0*0#0*0#0^0*0*040^*040*0*Ofr04>0«K>*0*CV 0* Big Bargains | The Spot Cash Man is not to be held down. New Bargains every day. We have ♦ just received a lot of sample * waists, handkerchiefs, socks, § i • i • 2 and suspenders at big bargains. £ Jl^os* the I\ext Fifteen Days 35c Men's Hal B.ugan Drawers 2oc Suspenders 2 pair good sock9 5 doz. 65 and 75c Overalls Torchon Lace and Insertions 5c and Ladies Tan shoes Shoe strings per pack All calico A few Razors left for 1000 yards cotton checks 500 yards Apron Ginghams 10c Ginghams 25c and 35c neckwear 15 and 2 25c 1 15c 2 15c 50c 10c 5c 5c 50c 5c 5c 8c 25c , - -®« ♦ LET GRASS MONEY 75 pairs 'shoes 2 to 4 of each kind at a bargain. All baseball goods at a bargain. I must sell goods, if low prices will sell them. There are many other things too numerous to mention. In tinware, enamalivare, mens shirts, etc., I will not be un- dee%soldr FRANK HUGHES The Spot Cash Man ♦0#04040#040^040#0#04040...

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

IlliSSi^ \ IE ATLANTA NEWS LOYELACB BROS.. Publishers ATLANTA, .... TEXAS TUBERCULOSIS CRUSADE. ^ — Much has been don« hi recent Weeks to perfect the organization of _jse who are associated in an effort I to check and reduce the ravages of orculosis. The work in behalf of !§&$ victims of the disease and for the •motion of preventative measures '.has been rendered more systematic and practical and productive of re- suits, says the Detroit Free Press. Al- most 700 patients have been the bene- ficiaries of specific ameliorative effort, |§| 160 of these patients being in strait- gened circumstances. The work is no snuer on an experimental basis and it • is planned to devote in June a day to >ncerted action looking to the rais- ing of further funds on a plan similar to that employed with a great deal of success in the June of last year. A good account of their stewardship can Itiven by those to whom the utiliza- tion of the funds heretofore contrib- uted was intrusted, and the wor...

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