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

m illllfW"m: Mm Sen || m ■ HP? ^fec \S-fS- Bar m RETURNS FROM POLAR SEAS. m After Floating Over 2,400 Miles Through Behring Sea Cask Was Found Off.Coast of Iceland. Philadelphia.—Picked up several hundred miles off the coast of Iceland after floating over 2,400 miles over the Arctic ocean, after having been set adrift nine years ago, a cask of the Geographical society of this city, was brought to port by the Norwegian steamer Cimbria. The discovery of the cask, it is be- lieved, proves the contention of Ad- miral Melville and of other members of the society that the Polar sea is open and that the discovery of - Cash Which Drifted Across Arctic Ocean. the north pole may be accomplished by patting a vessel in the northern ice frack and allowing it to drift over the open sea. For years it has been a much argued contention among scientists, naval officers and geographical stu- dents as to whether the Polar S|ea is open across the pole, and for the pur- pose of verifying this an interest...

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

OUR CORRESPONDEIVTN Notes Of Interest From Here and There Cf%zym - i lb Graham Wagon sold by B. F. Ellington & Co. % % I' ± Kildare Another week is gone and the farmer stands aghast as he views with dismay the destruc- tion by an inplacable foe of a crop that he has toiled diligent- ly through heat and rain to pro- duce and that he had relied on chiefly for the support of those who are dependent upon his ex- ertions. Indeed, it fs a matter for sterious. consideration, and that all irrespective of calling, are interested in. Only think of wfiat the failure of one- cot- ton crop would mean. It would simply b4 a calamity, a loss that would be almost irretrievable, farmers could not buy goods or pay bills that were due, neither could the merchants or others. Hence all would be affected, since the farmers success means the prosperity of all. It now seems that the cotton crop will be destroyed by the weevil despite the most strenuous effort that the farmer can make. Heretofore the rav...

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

mm w mmm, i** ■' ■fe-. ' - --J-' 1 ' ' k M '**■■ ir| " &#?;> • statement op the condition of the Atlanta National BANK RESOUR SCEN Loans, and Discounts and Overdrafts U. S. Bonds, and Premiums Banking House, Furniture and Fix Total Cash $129,834 75 HI,350 00 7,851.32 115,456.80 284,042 87 ivr /IBIUTIES Capital Surplus and Profits Circulation . i Individual Deposits-: B*nks ( Cashier Check? Clearing House Certf 184,272.62 3.377.72 41.85 $50,000 00 17,144 70 29,200,00 18.7692.09 6.00 284,042.87 We invite your attention to the above statement and solicit your account on the merits thereof. The Atlanta National Bank FLIES AND FILTH mil: 5 f -v m The State Board of Health of Florida asks you to carefully and attentively read this; then, put the question directly to your- self, whether flies should not be de^tr ">y^dj or, at least, an effort be made to keep from polluting fooA prepared for you to eat. Flies are disease carriers. Live and breed in all kinds of filth. Infect food ...

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

iaiMJ IgfPfP THE ATLANTA NEWS *e LOVELACC BROS.. Publishers ATLANTA, TEXAS Jules Verne once more is vindi- cated, but the trip to the moon is still to be taken. A tree appears to be to an airship what an unchartered rock is to an ocean vessel. Tbe new Dutch baby is going to be very important as long as she has no kittle brother. It should be noted that the Zeppe- lin airship hardly ever has to be car- ried home in a baggage car. Qourot Zeppelin would have better success #f he could train his airship to stand without being hitched. The -girl who lost two 150 bills through a hole in her stocking has learned that a stitch in time save? nine. Canada retorts airily that her pros- perity has removed much of the re- cent necessity for more neigh b or li- ness. Perhaps this will be the last sum- mer in which man can enjoy a view 1 of the deep blue sky unobstructed by airships. They hissed one of D'Annunaio's plays in Milan. This means it will be as great a sfucoess in New York as it 'is a f...

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

mim M ■Bp £§i.-. «A m- :3M iBP ||!|l m Wm &**••••' §&?/ s bRci. m SE§fif [:.Z/ ':■■ - I-.'f® f ' FSHa- jgk. is * BWBagffsfr ISP®- Ire jKSL iff It: Hfe jfSf^r s . OGZHt® THANET SYNOPSIS. The story opens at Harvard where Col. Rupert Winter, U. S. A., visiting, saw the .•ulcide of young Mercer. He met Cary Mercer, brother of the dead student. Three years later, in Chicago, in 1906, <?oL "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. Millicent Melville, who told him that his Aunt Rebecca, Archie and the latter's nurse, Miss Janet Smith, jrers 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 Robec- ca. Miss Smith and Archie. He set his orderly, Sergt. Haley, to watch over Cary Mercer. Col. W...

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

w* .^ania news subscription #1.00 per annum It is now picnic time in Texas* Everybody should encourage Ji o. L. Lovelace 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 mora 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. Church and society notices are given free insertion, but must be banded in before Wednesday. Obituaries and cards of thanks will be charged for at the rate'of 2acents 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, marriage#, meetings, etc., send it in; if not, ao not write...

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

I ili - - ■ ;4f ■- :>*Si ''"S^ IffeS: ii Pif^- Em i &«§£ • ? ; Ittv i±*: . \ r ;.\ • ®Pr •/ LAN T A LOVELACE BROS., Publishers* and Proprietors - - ** — ■. . ~zz "The Newspaper for the People" L.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. IX *T( r or fctHUlKt All Br TriiS Tiwuf-MAnH "t Of iMi si i ^Vbrld'sfi> They are Standards of uilue A New lot just in a Atlanta, Texas Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday. July 8, 1909 . No. 47 He Was N«t Afraid* The Boston Transcript say* nervousness is a thing with which the Prince of Wales is but little afflicted. Onee^at a scien- tific carnival, while Dr. Playfair was Aowing the prince and hi# part" round, they came to*jMg vat of chemicals, which werenias* i^&^^^n^very for fashion. The rrince seem- ed much interested in -.this: Or. Playfair asked (be prijice to dip his fingers in the liquid. fjjher«j was a titter and some dismay among those who heard, but the prince, having looked the doctor straight in the face, put his hand into thp hissing cal...

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

HI mm** W/L L AW W0AQQI3ON UNCLE SAM is the heaviest egg eat er in the world. In fact, so fond is the old U. S. A. of the hen product that another century may see the deposition of the bald-headed eagle and the crowning of another feath- ered monarch. These United States eat 154,000,000 eggs each day—1,080,000,000 a week 4,620,000,000 a month—56,160,000,- f IN a year. Blrery man, woman and child in the country con- es a little over an egg and a half each day. If TM, personally dislike eggs for food there is some one in gome part of America who puts three away as a foundation for his or her breakfast coffee. Easter week, the biggest egg occasion the year Yoond, sees the consumption of about two billion eggs —violet, pink, crimson, purple, yellow and some green. That the egg will displace all others as the national tidbit is the prognostication of those who earn Uttir livings by raising chickens. Chicago, alone, with lau than two million population, Easter week last, put 60,000,000 eg...

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

EE Prince of Wales Taking Keener Interest in Public Affairs. Points to Own Example—Intimates That He Was Kept Too Much in Background During Queen Victoria's Reign, New York.—The increased public iwtivity of the prince of Wales in re- cent months has been very evident to anyone who follows the English press. With this increased activity there has come an increase, or perhaps a more correct word would be a growth of popularity, which probably pleases no one more than the king. A writer whose knowledge of things is second to none says that he has the highest authority for declar- ing that this marked advance in pub- lic importance of the prince of Wales is entirely due to the king. The lat- ter recently told the prince of Wales that though he himself had had to fulfill much public duty during the life of Queen Victoria, ,yet he had been kept aloof from political and diplo- matic influence, and it was not until his accession that he could show him- self to the empire in his true light. ...

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

pnpgp James & Graham Wagon sold by B. F. Ellington & Go.: About the Trains ftsap ex—0tamassaasaamae£tsMasBBBfammBBsaamaaEaBasmauKasB>iii t Oi l S CORRBSPONDEPfTS Notes Of Interest From Here and There t ? The Y. Quite a crowd at Sunday School and Singing Sunday. Mias Eula Parker of Vivian La.,is visiting friends in our mfdst Mr. and Mrs. Mike Murray of Springdale were the guests of Mpa. Ray last week. There was prayermeeting ''organised at the Y Saturday night to be there every Saturday night until the protracted meet- ing begins which will be the fourth Sunday this month. Mr. 0* Rear of Harmony was 4a our midst Saturday and Sun- day. Earl McDonald of Ravana, Ark., was-' in our community Sunday. CITY COUNCIL MEETS, The City Council held a meet- ing Monday night. The only business of importance was the selection of a city depository. The First National Bank was J chosen on a bid of 4.275 percent, j mec'.me wore read and approved. Some correspondence was read and discussed. ...

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

■v -v-'V ' . Wn; • STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Atlanta X at ion al BANK RJHj^OTJTfc SO^Si Loans,, and Discounts and Overdrafts U. S. Bonds, and Premiums Banking House, Furniture and Fix Total Cash LI A.BILITDG Capital , Su r pi u s an d Pr of its Circulati on [ Individual Deposits , Banks 184,272.62 8,377,72 I Cashier Cheeks 41.85 Clearing House'Certf $120,884 75 81,350 00 7,351.32 115,456.80 284,042.8? $50,000.00 17,144.70 29,200.00 187.692.09 0.00 284,042.87 mi"-':' We invite your attention to the above statement and soViei r your account on the merits thereof. The Atlanta National Bank Shoe Sale W. H. Erambert & son have, in addition to their close mark- ing, put a 1091' sale on all Low Quarter S"hoes. Men, women, and children. come and get the best valu es ever offered on Shoes in Atlanta. i!T D. id. Moores reports a suc- cessful picnic at Vivian, La., Jast Friday. Mr: and Mrs. Frann Blades left Sunday afternoon for Wins* boro to attend the bedside of Mrs. Martin, Mrs....

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

■xm life tti m? THE ATLANTA NEWS LOYBLACB BROS.. Publishers ATLANTA, - - - - TEXAS §§11 ' ? %• . Taken as a whole, it is most un- tovely fruit that grows on the gam- bling tree. Count Zeppelin is unkind to make iunk of a lot of Dreadnoughts before they are built. San Francisco probably would be glad to trade its graft scandals for Se- attle's exposition. Texas onions are driving Bermuda onions out of the market, i-t being a ease of strong competition. Kissing through a veil isn't worth while, Bays a popular lecturer. Why not—if you can kiss clear through it? It may be all right asking the wom- en to remove their hats in church. But where in the world could they put 'em? The up-to-date Texas farmer who ias big mules and sulky plows is right in the swim as a joy rider these times. They may be a little too severely severe on the house fif nowadays, but he certainly is a menace to bald healds. Earthquakes may not be any more numerous than they were in former : centuries, but they attrac...

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

' • •' ' - .' :.-' ..' -q* -'TfiB WWWk Sfe II1. Egfe A. !H&.-.v §Rfej Wm~ r&*. H * r ^yOGTAVE THANET TiVTJfa^s, MANy&<£>J?OUR^s> SYNOPSIS. The story opens at Harvard where Col. Rupert Winter, U. S. A., visiting:, saw the auicide of young Mercer. He met Cary Mercer, brother of the dead student. Three years later, in Chicago, in 1306, •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. Millicent Melville, who told him that his Aupt Rebecca, Archie and the latter's nurse. Miss Janet Smith, fcWera 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 m...

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

mm ji Ffe t : ft - : '' \ m THE ATLANTA NEWS SUBSCRIPTION #1.00 PER ANNUM jno. h. Lovelace 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 i-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, nnless , 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. WHEN TRADING AT A C Smi...

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

KRj- m Si::• K- s ill m m -1 Wl^r §§'£•' m# ~ • ' r m« §rS • Pti i fe --f>' ;,:'s« slNili'i K w% ' - - - K l£-; WM;: Hp; : - ^ • iR ', . mm £\ . b. of 9ht Cast Crxa& lop Cass county is proud ot' her young' men. She has aright to be. Her people rejoice in the achievements ot'1 her sons, whether in the realm of business, the pro- fessions, statesmanship, or literature. The hearts of our citizenship swell with pride at the mention of their successes. We are sure our readers will be glad to know of the success <>iir young townsman, John J. Ellington, who spent the past year in the University of Virginia, The medai for the best poem contributed to the Uni- versity Magazfne during the .year was awarded to our - brilliant though modest young friend. Though John hails from what is regarded as a prosy town, he has something of the poetic gift. We give below the poem which won for its author such distinction: 4 €t)e passing of tfje $oet. nn «— '•T!.e wail over the world of all th...

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

. - ■' BILS OF TBBPLBJA) G/L D?/Y<j CROSSES w 3 Ml W^n w-:', An object of unusual interest to resi- dents and visitors in Troy, a "steeple Jack" has for several weeks past been swinging daily about the steeples of St. Joseph's Provincial seminary, the famous "Towers of Troy," as they have come to he called, occupied, with as much nonchalance as though on terra Anna, in the task of making extensive repairs to those steeples and placing an eight-foot gilded cross on each of the four spires. The "Towers of Troy," from their elevated position on the crest of the hill overlooking the cen- ter of the city, form a landmark _asily recognized for many miles in all direc- tions, and like stalwart sentinels they bare stood guard over the busy com- mercial section of the city below these 30 years or more. Weakened by age. a high wind sev- eral months ago carried away the pinnacle of one of the spires and drew attention to a general weakening of the others, so the Sisters of St. Jo- seph, who...

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

4 - • - TBS m m* d Is? J: By Way of the Attic By Walt Makee {Copyright, by J. B. Lippincott Co.) "Buy it!" exclaimed Doughty, turn- ing quickly to face his wife and daughter, reclining in the cushioned depths of the speeding auto car. "Buy it! To-day?" Mrs. Doughty returned sharply: "Do you suppose we brought you all the way up here to Chester county merely to observe the beauties of the land- scape?" "But I—" "Never mind, father," Rosina began, "if you think best—" "It isn't a question of what your father thinks, Rosina. He has shown me very clearly that he has thought all he intends to think about the mat- ter. When he gave his consent to our suggestion some days ago, he closed the deal, so far as he is concerned." "Not a bit of it! No deal is closed until—" "Your father has changed his mind and wants to break the news gently." ■ "True, I gave my consent; nor have I changed my mind. I want Rosina to have a country place as my wedding gift, and I want her to have what she likes bes...

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

vw-i-iif. ■ i'0-y iWik:- W&J/;'. HisSsS Wmw* mm i - Swiff' Wt |gy i INr*.?- .- fe 1* '' '' W ' ■ James Jfc Graham Wagon sold by B. F. Ellington & Co | About the Trains Ol H CORRESPONDENTS Notes Of Interest From Here and There Kifdare In the good old summer time. Suve, tis no mistake. No base imitation. And just how the NfcWi man and Jeff Daniel manage to sleep in church with the mercury soaring near one hundred in the shade, is a mystery, the solution of which is beyond the -'ken" O' mortal man. Do they wear Asbestos underwear? Of is it possible that they have been "roasted1' so often they are immune to the effect of an almost torrid eun? This may explain their remark able heat-resistmg powers, but does not explain their ability to peacefully sleep, blissfully oblivious of the annoying flies and their decorative art. Many cases of intermitent fever arc; reported, though of a rather mild type. Ed Goodman who was taken seriously ill with penalty of ad- vanced civilization, app...

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

V m- maa4Br}. |PV f jf N5" , f¥M . f - ,, I r <i * HgS £*>!<«? Msqli', ill :• .dfe lip' m v; «8 I (SRifc fe ^te - Mpjp %-• 1 i *-■' Ik-.''.-./ Statement op the condition of THE Atlanta National BANK HESOURSCES Loans, and Discounts and Overdrafts $129,884 75 U. S. Bonds, and Premiums HI,350 00 BanUintr House, Furniture and Fix 7,351.32 Total Cash 115,456.80 284,042 87 1,1 ABII.ITIES Capital SuiqIlis and Profits Circulation i Individual 184,272.62 Deposits•< Banks 3,377.72 I Cashier Checks 41.85 Clearing House Certf $50,000.00 17,144.70 29,200,00 187.692.09 6.00 284,042.87 We invite your attention to the above statement and solici i your account on the merits thereof. : V The Atlanta National Bank THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE The Executive Committee of the Cass County Industrial League met Tuesday, July 13, in the office of O'Neal & Allday. R. Allday presided. The secretary read some cor- respondence with the Texas Rail Road Commission and the General Freight Agent of the T...

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

. -V .* -*""5 ' ■ ' Wi ESv$%ilE^ j .'• -£■- s if i,\' i! ,- • •:*. ' i'v" ' . THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVBLACB BROS.. Publishers ATLANTA, TEXAS INCREASE AS THEY TRAVEL I!?-.-. Circumstance That Shows How Stories Are Magnified in Their Repetition. England's recent fright over an im- agined airship from Germany is paral- leled by the amazing tiger scare which put central and south Wales in com- motion about seven years ago. It "was reported that a tiger had es- caped from a traveling menagerie at Brecon. Mangled sheep were said to mark its course across country to liiandrindod Wells, some farmers lost their dogs and on market days at Builth, Brecon, Penybout andLlanmar- rach the wild beast was the center of rumor. Country schools were closed because parents feared to let their children go along the roads, and bands <rf armed men sought to hunt the tiger down. This state of terror lasted a week, though no person was found who had actually seen the tiger, but only peo- ple who "had heard th...

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