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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 26 August 1909

. i D,: m Iff sip ■ j life/. m$r m g£; i-:|r i!i - m, M. b ftite#} k|lt r , K - V' e£" * - Bk - • W-i * BP ifiP ,j' BP : J3@A.5L" ■ -. fftfe ;>* $v4. p m 'is v ;V *' HEAD OF DARTMOUTH COLLEGE Prof. Ernest F. Nichols of Columbia University, Known as Broad- Minded Scholar. Hanover, N. H.—Prof. Ernest F. Nichols of Columbia university, just elected president of Dartmouth col- lege. The new president of Dart- mouth belongs to the most useful class of broad-minded scholars whose Interests are not confined by the boundaries of any one field of thoughl or activity, but extend over all funda mental problems of human concern Prof. Ernest F. Nichols. Dr. Nichols was born in 1869 at Leav* enwortb, Kan., and was graduated at the age of 19 from the Kansas Agri- cultural college with the degree of B. S.. The next year was spent in teaching, and the three following years as a graudate student in math- ematics and physics at Cornell uni- versity, where he held the Erastus Brooks fellowship. He r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 26 August 1909

DIRECTORY 0*0+0*Q4<&0*0®OK>&y$O$O$a<fi> DISTRICT COURT Cass Lbr. Co. suit; oa Judgement for Plaintiff CORRESPONDENTS Notes interest From Here and' There Such a Pln©'v Grove Rev. T. J. Clayton preached an interesting sermon here Sun- day, R. O. Waters and family are camped at Stone Coal Bluff this w<tek. Miss Mattie Estella Goodroe was the guest of Miss Winnie Pruifct Saturday night and Sun- day. Mrs. Mattie Griffin has return- x ed home atter spending a few days visiting Mr. and Mrs, Uharlie Lester of Mid Way. Miss Melissa Cocke attended church at Bivins Sunday, Everybody is invited to come to prayer meeting every Sunday night / Elder J. S. Griffin will preach here Sunday, August 29. Miss Cora A£clnvale returned Saturday from Kildare where she has been visiting relatives and friends. Hope all of the correspondents will write next week and lets make our editor proud of our column. Acolyte. Possum Trot WelT, I'm here agin. The rane has cooled the atmus- fere an'...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 26 August 1909

111! IK 111 *' M I saB Wm am IEL GDUNTRY HOME. Special Arrangements For Com* fort of Visitors. EACH DAY HAS A FEATURE Mothers' Model Country Home and School WU.I Be Rest Place, Also Rendezvous for All Women Visitors to the Louisiana State Fair. The Model Home and School, erect- ed by the Louisiana Congress of Moth- ers on the State Fair grounds, will be a'scene of many pleasant gatherings this year at the State Fair, which will be heJd from November 1 to 6. The women have already announced that thery will keep open house each day of the State Fair and every wom- an visiting the exposition is not only invited but urged to make the home her headquarters while at the Fair. Re-r rooms have been arranged and mr-tliers with families can come out in th«- morning, bring their lunches and leave these at the Model Home until noon, and then return and eat them. The Mother's Congress will also em- ploy a corps of trustworthy nurses and the mother can leave her babe in care of one of these while...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 26 August 1909

lis THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVBLACH BROS., Publisher* ATLANTA, TEXAS Don't take an electric fan cola. No news from Africa is not nee essarily good news for the big game. If shoes go too high in price we can all take the Kneipp cure. Laws that cripple legitimate busi- ness are laws that should be repealed. Summer resort proprietors are bear- ing up wonderfully under the hot weather. It will be a pretty cheap fair this year that doesn't have an aeroplane exhibition. Between murderous anarchists and typhoid fever, the czar is certainly having small choice of troubles. /• No prostrations from the heat are reported from the summer colonies of the millionaires. Both at home and abroad, the kill- ing of .missionaries seems to be one of the Chinese fads. -The qualifications of a successful mayor are common sense, backbone and business acumen. The scientific name of the house fly Is "musca domestica." It doesn't sound quite mean enough. Thougn a woman's large hat caused a canoe to capsize in the B...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 26 August 1909

i -■ Bp fawt- ' j§ ■V mt M: ■T- - & •- •& ^OGTM/B THANET zAVTJiQX* II*L, CTi$ 773AT/OA^ 4-TVEl.L HVTJiOX-s, MANy$<&JIOUR^S> 30B& J- R. /Z.Z. CO CQPYR-IGHT, /SOT 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 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. A great financial magnate vu aboard the train on which Col. Win- ter met his Aunt Rebecca, Miss Smith and Archie. Col. Winter learned that the financial magnate iS Edwin S. Keatcham. Winter, aided by Archie, cleverly frus- trated a hold-up on the train. He took a great liking to Miss Smith, despite her alleged kidnaping plot. Archie mysteri- ously disappeared in Frisco. Blood in a nearby room at th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 26 August 1909

II ATLANTA NEWS * ** _ SUBSCRIPTION #1.00 FEB ANNUM jno. L. Lovelace A. Feed Lovelace Publishers. m Entered at the pottoffice 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. Church and society notices are given free insertion, but mast be handed in before Wednesday. Obituaries and cards of thanks will be charged for at the.rate'of 24cents a line. No poetry or verse accepted for publication, unless .the editor ahonld 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. , * w Make Atlanta yofir trading point this {all...

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

LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors Vol. X "The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Atlanta, ass County, Texas, Thursday. September 2. 1909 No. §§ii§ A home fraternal in- surance order on the plan of the Cass County Relief Association. Lim- it of membership 500. Death assessments $2.00 each. Death claims limited to $1000.00 A popular growing order. If you want to join a good, safe, but cheap insurance order see any O^fche following: A. M. GIBSON, President. A. J. McWILLIAMS, Vice President, FRED CAMERON, Treasurer. R. T. COPE, Secretrry. Directors: JACK BARNES, J. L. LOVELACE; S. P. SMITH. HUMUS AND HOW TO GET IT MUCH MONEY IN POULTRY WOW No. 3SS ml Meets 2 Tuesday and 4th Satoorday nights. J BSpivey, C. C. B J McOlung clerk tin Ribbons! Hit) bo as! We will sell, wSile it No. 120—alt Silk Tdfelfc fcib boo, the latest' thing for" you hair dressing, 36 different shades for 25 ceijts per yard, spot cash. A{ JMcWilliams & Co.. SM. Clubbing Rates We club the Atla...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 2 September 1909

mmwm DISCOURAGED WOMEN. mB A Word of Hopo for. Despairing Ones. Kidney doable makes weak, weary, Worn women. Backache, hip pains, dizziness, headaches, nervousness, 1 ali- enor, nrinary troubles make women untold misery. Ailing kidneys are the cause. Cure them. Mrs. S. D. El- lison, N. Broadway, La- mar, Mo., says: "Kid- ney trouble wore me down till I had to take to bed. I had terrible pains in my body and limbs and the urine was ^ annoying and full of sed- iment I got worse and doctors failed to help. I was discour- aged. Doan's Kidney Pills brought quick relief and a final cure and now I am is the best of health." Remember the name—Doan's. Sold by all dealers. 50 cents a box. Foa ter-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. THE SECRET OF HAPPINESS. i •> Unselfishness in Life Is the One Thing That Wiil Transform All Things to Gold. The moment we set about the task «f making every human being we eome in contact with better for know- ing us—more cheerful, more coura- geous and with greater fa...

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

P9K39Ps*& v*^M *•. brst **•- i'fc fgfei: & y.lhV' Wmm Ww fSPSS ^■.w(j ; '&s |^fe |? Ei^yf J &%■■■ •: ■v t;'M; Pr£ Strfl || ^ wmdK) */"^ i: / ■si ? «• t p- Pf if l#fe# Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters Especial Moment to the Progressive Agriculturist CO-OPERATION AIDS FARMER Where everyone has an ax to grind there will be little hewing to the line. No advantage is smaller than that gained by taking advantage of a friend. The careful policy of all progressive countries is to assist and encourage as much as possible their home agri- cultural industry. Plant crops and raise stock for home use first, next plant crops and raise stock for sale. Buyers often visit farmers who pursue the above method. Either to buy the surplus or borrow money. To bleach or not to bleach is the question that is up to the millers at the present time. The users of mili feed are hoping they will soon decide one way or the other and start the wheels a going again. All ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 2 September 1909

- ' ■ 11 i Wm mm OtfB CORRESPONDENTS Notes Of Interest From Here and There J m tm \ ;C Sprlngdale Good health. The protracted meeting began at this place. Saturday night with a good attendance. Z. Pennington and daughter, Belle, happened to a rather serious and exciting accident last Saturday evening. They had started to the syrup mill when the wagon ran over the end of a log throwing Mr. Penn- ington out of the wagon and the team ran away With Miss Belle and ran some distance before she had presence of mind to get out on the wagon tongue and get the lines. Mr. Pennington is resting very well over the fall, except a very sore back and arm. This community is needing rain. Wild Bill. Anti v We had a few showers last week which of course was very mucii needed although we need more. * There was a Socialist club Organized at Anti gaturday with eight members, fee 25o to join. Rev. L. L. Burkhalter and family of Waco are visiting relatives in our midst, and preaehed to an attentive au- die...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 2 September 1909

'■ : • • ' Opens Nov. 1 and Continues For Six Days. SPECIAL FEATURES DAILY m & " • mm ,: '"f IBS I m mm. f?v'- <mis4 Governor Sandsrs W"i!I Formally Op«n Exposition on Monday, Which Will Be Governor's and Ladies' Day. Women and Children Free. Arrangements nov/ being made fot the fourth annual State Fair, which will be held at Shreveport, November 1 to 6 inclusive, show That in keeping with all previous years a remarkable improvement wilt be shown in every department of tfte exposition this year. The State Fair of* Louisiana is pre- paring for the greatest stock, agricul- tural, poultry and machinery exhibits ever held in the state. Each depart- ment is being improved in order tc care for the extended business which will be caused by the greatest array ol c:.hitits ever shown in the state.. Vhe arrangements committees have outlined a special program for each dajs and the features for each day ol tie week will be distinct within itself, and these backgrounded by the exhib its, ...

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

«MEIflpfojefe. ■ ■■£■•<■ /.« '£M Pm THE ATLANTA NEWS •jr- .-•' .' ?:-•* .-•'■■ LOVELACB BROS.. Publishers ATLANTA, TEXAS 1 MONEY FOR THE CROPS. The harvest season calls for a large Increase In the use of currency, be- cause the crops of a year have to be paid for in three months. It calls es- pecially for a large lncease in the amount of small bills, because these are required in settling with the farm hands and at country stores. If the farmers universally had bank ac- counts they could be paid in checks, and in this respect a few years have made a great change, says the Phila- delphia Record. In 16 year^ there has been a great increase in the num- ber of farmers to whom it is conveni- ent to receive^ the proceeds of their crops in checks and drafts. But even these farmers must have far more cur* rency than usual in order to pay the wages of their men and pay the deal* us for their supplies.v Our currency system affords no convenient means jf increasing the volume of the cur* re...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 2 September 1909

jbrp m HH f: / isii - OGTXMH THANET rMnrJiOR^s>7m.M/}Nje^^jfoUR^s, iz*i«cf<£TRATiohr<s} 4-PVSIZ. &OSBS-CO CCIPYR./gmt, /SOT 3 *df ip lii - sg&ir.-i 3| j^k. 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 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. A great financial magnate was aboard the train on which Col. Win- ter met hi* Aunt Rebecca, Miss Smith and Archie. CoL Winter learned that the financial magnate is Edwin S. Keatcham. Winter, aided by Archie, cleverly frus- trated a hold-up on the train. He-took a great liking to Miss Smith, despite her alleged kidnaping plot. Archie mysteri- ously disappeared in Frisco. Blood In a nearby room at the hotel ca...

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

-rnmm —S* ■ "ag THE ATLANTA IfEWS g m SUBSCRIPTION #1.00 PEI* ANNUM jho. l. LOVBIiACE 4, 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. ran and charged for until ordered discontinued. LOCAL ADVERTISING Each insertion, per line 5c Notice AH 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 ratelof 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, such as deaths, births, marriages, meetings, etc., send itin; if not, do not write. The farmer raised the cotton, t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 9 September 1909

<1®? MJ I " ffm. bOVSLACK BROS., Publishers and Proprietors The Newspaper for the People" .00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. X tlanta, ass County, Texas, Thursday, September 9* 1909 No. 4 m m 111 Atlanta Insurance Club A home fraternal in- surance order on the plau of the Cass County Relief Association. Lim- it of membership 500. Death assessments $2.00 each. Death claims limited to $1000.00 A popular growing order. If you want to join a good, safe, but cheap insurance order see &ny of^the following: A. M. GIBSON, President. A. J. McWILLIAMS, Vice President, FRED CAMERON, Treasurer. R. T. COPE, Secretrry. Directors: JACK BARNES, J. L. LOVELACE; S. P, SMITH. It's Thing TEXAS HIS RESOURCES from Gal- The following is taken the Sept. 1 edition of the veaton News: While it may he almost im- possible for ?o<ae to appreciate the vast territory within the borders of the state, a statement of its wonderful resources, yet in the infancy of their develop- ment, and some yet as virgin as when...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 9 September 1909

glirpp m mm ^JRenopYc • _T "H :< _ Inherits iiie atenn Million a. 'eiwEsthntiicd MaprHMw i judge o##. whomodes half I ofths ftyaficc 5urrs 1 '" ■ ■■' ' ' ENO, Nev.—The popula- tion and social life of Re- no, hevu, are undergoing a great change. Where a year or so ago the opti- mistic mining promoter, in his corduroy or khaki and his high russet shoes, twas wont to disport him- self, to-day may be seen men of the east flashing by in high-powered auto- mobiles. Where Washoe squaw* would a year ago sit and play cards at the corners of the public may be seen to-day handsome women in Paris gowns sauntering in the afternoon sun. On the veranda Of the leading hotel where a year ago ware the silence and desolation that the panic of 1907 produced, idly sit and fight with eajnui groups of men and women, who look forward, in aumtal vision, to the time when they will be able to forsake "this frontier pott of civilization and whirl an eager flight back to their homes in the east. But they are...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 9 September 1909

I w smg Bps- ®jbes& AND Kir CH4NICS USE OF CONCRETE PIPING. "Material Is Now Being Used for Buildings of All Kinds, Large and Small. While iron and steel men insist that this is an age ol' steel, and elec- trical engineers hold it is the elec- trical age, concrete builders maintain that it is also the concrete age, and everyone will agree that while con- crete has been utilized for centuries past, it has never been so universally employed as at present. Buildings of all kinds, large and small, vessels, railroad ties, pavements, mine shafts, walls, breakwaters, piers, piles, wa- ter and sewer pipe, tanks and wells, as well as many other kinds of con- struction are now being made of con- crete. At Waukegan. 111., a line of 5.000 feet of such pipe is being laid. The diameter of the pipe is 48 inches. More than 1,000 feet of pipe 66 inches in diameter has been laid at Atlantic City, and in still another city a line of pipe 72 inches in diameter has been completed for a distance of 4...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 9 September 1909

9*e *-"* ^ '-*•' w OtJB COltRESPOIVDENTf Notes Of Interest From Here and There :* t Possum Trot Brother Gunflint filled his appointment at Possum Trot Sunday. He is making the church a good pasture. He will from this on hereafter preach here every second Sun- day evening at 3 p. m., in the afternoon. It is orful hot but some of us has had the children picking cotton. Mark Nelson says he has got to have some money to order him a good shot gun from Rares & Sawbuck. There is lots of good squirls goin to .waist over on Sulfer because he had no gun to hunt 'em with. Mark shore is a good squirl shooter. He saya he is goin over to take a hunt with Billy Bootstrap. Doodley Johnson and Sam Baker took their boys over to Linden to hear gthej Pace trile this week. It is lots of fun to hear them lawyers spatting in a big case. JEJiil Prigmore is savin some corn for the Dallas Fair. He has a good crap, A. Z. Pinetop. DISTRICT COURT : • >:' t Enon It still continues hot weather but that doe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 9 September 1909

EXHIBITS OF FARMING. Every Temperate Zone Product to Be Shown. WILL BE HERE fun ice T EU'iV. All vouchers for the year i 909 A EF-;* -fe iV • ?r v The secretary of the Indus- trial League has received a let- ter from Mr. T. K. Blewett saying that hp will be here on ! Saturday Sept 18, and address ROBERT GLENK IN CHARGE I the Industrial Mass Meeting on | "The Interest and Importance I of Manufactures as a 'l^ive i Wire' that will Make and Keep ! the Best of Cities. " j Mr. Blewe'tt has a proposition can be paid by 12th iust. Pleas send them all in and I'll '-'"v- ! K.e ii p. Of Notice persons are notified to n>y premises with their Jim Jett, iMOOLTAXINCREAS- ED LAND VALUES same. Colonel Charles Schuier Will Give This Feature at the State Fair His Per- sonal Attention—Many Interesting Features Will Be Given. The rvespeotfaby, G. W. Fi'oren< \ when East Texas wire must do her Do we want agricultural exhibits at the , State Fair of Louisiana, which will be ; the establishment ol a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 9 September 1909

*- 1111 • 1* ■ 1 ■Bg^^s >-.!• - '■ THE ATLANTA NEWS ■^ggggagggasBO LOVBLACB BROS.. Publisher# ATLANTA, TEXAS BUILDING OF CITIES. The conference of national Interests en the subject of the building of cities at Washington, has taken up a big subject, says the Buffalo Express Just what progress it can make witb an Important problem remains to be seen. We all realize that almost vo cities are built as they should be. A1 most no cities are built in circum- stances that will permit them to be built as they should be. The few ex- ceptions are cities like Gary, Ind. which is built from nothing to a full grown community at once. Most cities are merely a matter of growth. They have small beginnings, and as th« community grows it proyides for its immediate needs as they arise. The small community canot afford to look TKry far ahead. A comparatively few JNKurs at the most is all that can be Jjrasld^tvd. So when the community autgrows the needs for which it pro- vided a few years before, it ...

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