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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 9 September 1909

IPP Pill EtesH ® vi) ¥? I': M SmW" wk'M k HP Klliv * ii*z«u&TRATiaisr<&? *£WCZL z&rOGVm THANET -AUTHOFs, 735^ MANy§<£>HOUR^> , COm*.tQHT, /SOT 30BB J- /*f£/Z R. f/-.JL CO. SYNOPSIS. The story opens at Harvard where Col. Rupert Winter, U. 8. 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 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 near...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 9 September 1909

- * Us ' ::4m fa V #• -f-~- - .iigfaai, j. j ■ . IIP t ~r.—.t IE ATLANTA NEWS SUBSCRIPTION 11.00 PER ANNUM *v* jisro. b. Lovelace A. Fbed 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. Church and society notices are given free insertion, but must be handed in before Wednesday. Obitnaries and cuds 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, such as deaths, births, marriages, meetings, etc., send it in; if not, do ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 16 September 1909

!§?<♦ I! NsW'. ATLANTA NEWS \ •> LtOVEIjACE BROS., publishers and proprietors The Newspaper for the People" 1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANGfi Vol. X Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, September 16, 1909 No. 5 "••gag Atlanta Insurance Club 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 of the following: ■ A.. M. GIBSON, President. A.1 J. McWILLIAMS, Vice President, FRED CAMERON, Treasurer. R. T. COPE, Secretrry. Directors: JACK BARNES, J. L. LOVELACE} S. P. SMITH. "f ■■ A MILLION CHILDREN ALL OUT OF SORTS Has Any Atlanta Person Never . Felt that W«y ■ * V ■■p IK%- I?,,: -;: .ovts? - - Tired, blue, irritable, nervous? Pack feel lame and achy? That's the story of sick kid- neys- Bad blood circulating about; Uric acid poisoning the body. Just one way to feel right agai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 16 September 1909

m m 0I1P^ - x Sfi- W/V/> the World's Great Humorists Selections from the XOritings of the 'Best Kjnob&n MaKers of Mirth. Hv r* .. Our Own Solomon By W. D. NESBIT. nenoia, t tall by In ltayetb unti My son, come hither and hearken 4into a few helpful thoughts. Consider now the man that get- teth autoitls. Behold, he seeth the rich and proud their automobiles, and he unto the wife of his bosom: "Verily, I would rather flick flies off of old Dobbin and jog along the iroftd than to sit upon one of those imnaway cook stoves." And the wife of his bosom sigh- 4tth and -gayefh: "Yes, but they art? Helling lovely auto hats and coats, now." And her husband cometh home and reth that it is fine, indeed; and she Mm that the Perkinses are ig - to have one, and she wonder- that they may afford it, for Per- maketh not the money her hus- i maketh, neither hath he the me- chanical ingenuity to understand the her husband looketh at old Dob- hin and sayeth that gasoline doth not teoat' And* he sp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 16 September 1909

9T: EVEN UNTO DEATH Story of the Desecration of the Holy City BY THE "HIGHWAY AND BYWAY* PREACHER (Copyright, IW6, bj the Author, W. a. fidsoa.) The Title.—The title of the Maccabees, which was the original surname of Ju- das, one of the sons of Mattathias, was afterwardB extended to the heroic fam- ily o* which he was one of the noblest representatives, and In a still wider sense, to the Palestinian martyrs in the perse- cution of Arrtfochus Epiphames, and even to the Alexandrine Jews who suffered for their faith at an earlier period. The original term Maccabl has been various- j ly derived. Some have maintained that i it was formed from the combination of the initial letters of the Hebrew sen- tence: "Who among the gods is like unto thee, Jehovah?" (Ex. 15:11), which is sup- posed to have been Inscribed upon the banner of the patriots. Another deriva- tion has ben proposed, which, although direct evidence is wanting, seems satis- factory. According to this, the word is formed from...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 16 September 1909

OU3" CORRESPONDED Notes Of Interest From Here and There Kildare 'the executive ''"j gommittee meet the demand for the Death has again spread its broad black wings oyer the little village, and the spirit of little Smith, tbe little 8 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Smith Dodd, Tuesday nigbt returned to the God who gave it. The frail lit tie craft was from its moorings and drifted silently across the turbid stream to the land 'of perpetual sunshine. Many friends of this worthy couple offer their sincere condolence in their sad bereavement. Their grief of today may be ours to- morrow. It is gratifying to note the improved condition of Kildare streets, especially the one lead- ing from the post office to the depot, while it appears to have been originally layed out by an aimless cow. Pedestrains and others who have had occasion to traverse ita tortuous course and rugged uneven surface, appreciate the improvement none the less though it was long deferred. Wesley Morse was over the past week...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 16 September 1909

IffM ' rfT-m • * *■ •' nr ■ ^ v,, ■«,. _£ J^T' mt- m Ife «ii Sly; DON'T PLOW UN- DER GOOD HAY Someori3 asks; ' Will it not improve the land more to plow under the legume crops instead ofxm*-kittg hay of them?" Cer- tainly you will get the humus- making material there quite rapidly by using them a> manure direct, and this might ba done by a man rich enough to be careless as to the cost of the improvement of his soil But the poor man of all others, should endeavor to make the farm pay for its improvement. He has gotton, we will say, a crop of peavines on big land that Will m.tke two tons of hay pt<-- acre . These two tons will be worth $20 as food for stock, and if fed to stock and the drop pings savey carefully and ap- plied to the land that grew the peas, he can get fully 80 par cent of the mauurial valae of the crop back on the land in" a more available shape, and in a form that will giv« more profit, while increasing the humus in the soil, than if the whole bad been buried, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 16 September 1909

n INTENDED TO MOLLIFY SPIRIT Green Bough Placed on New Houses Is a Survival of French Superstition. The custom originated from the su- perstition prevalent centuries ago that every tree, is inhabited by a spirit. Consequently it was believed that every time a tree was felled an- other spirit was dispossessed, and this _*as supposed to cause some bitter- ness on his part against society. Rather than risk having these home- less and disgruntled spirits vent their ill feeling upon the houses under con- struction or upon the builders, says Van Norden's Magazine, a branch was planted on the highest part of the house for their occupancy. They were then supposed to be mollified, and if they remained so until the roof was put on any evil design contemplated would prove harmless, for the spell would be broken. Long-Range "Quake Hunting." Standing by the seismograph, Charles F. Marvin, chief of the instru- ment division of the- weather bureau, noted one day that the lines made r fcjr the litt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 16 September 1909

- - - i ■ •; <.. c 3 m : K^. [ !*& ITt \ Putting One Past the Post By JOHN IRVING DAY 'Garnering the Gold by a Special Process Originated Within the Confines of the High Rollers' Club € fe-lifi, OCK FLOYD, Jack Cleland Dand Col. Powley of the High Rollers' club set out from Reno, Nev., for San Francisco. They became ac- quainted with a George Hop- kins, interested in Raw Hide mining properties. • • • Doc Floyd sat in the marble-finished rotunda of San Francisco's best hotel the morning after his arrival. He had finished with his newspaper and was gazing out upon the little park -across the street filled with palms and beds of bright-hued flowers. Neither •Col. Powley nor Jack Cleland had ap- peared, and he was rather glad when the young mining man he had met on the train came upon him, and he was xoused from his self-absorption by a -cheery greeting. Looking up, he saw "that young Hopkins no longer wore ■corduroys and heavy hunting boots, but was blue-serged, green-hatted and...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 16 September 1909

I a^tni " DALLAS FAIR PREMIUMS Piney Grove Union SPECIAL SHOOT Given Under Auspices of THE ATLANTA GUN CLUB September 17, 1909, at Atlanta Texas. Shoot at 2 p will begin m. There will be five events of fifteen birds eacli. trance fee will l>e one dollar for each event. Money will l>e divided t>y Rose System Prizes are as follows: En- II Wrr #1 Ms wll • wj&fifc. HE JM. Bfl| IB IBB * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 1st man 2nd man 3rd man 1 st money 2nd money 3rd money 1st merchandise 2nd merchandise 3 rd Me rel i an d 1 s e Merchandise EVENT FIRST PRIZE SECOND PRIZE THIRD PRIZE 1 50 Smokeless Shells, TS Spell 25 Smokeless Shells T S Spell 25 Smokeless Shells T S Spell 2 50 cigars C W NewkirK & Co. Box Smokeless Shells B P Ellington & Co. 1 Knife R S Allday & Son 3 Pair $5.00 shoes W H Erambert & Son 2 Boxes Smokeless Shells B F Ellington & Co. 1 Knife J G Hughes 4 1 box Spanish Sticks T A Miles Box Shells E P Hughes Box Smokeless Shells A J McWill...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 23 September 1909

lip JL is «, - ATLANTA LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. X Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, September 23, 1909 No. 6 Atlanta ■ ■' S?:: iter jNr - j IK - m P^ .v- lip R® M''"- mm U Insurance Club 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 of#the following: A. M. GIBSON, President. A. J. McWILLIAMS, Vice President, FRED CAMERON, Treasurer. R. T. COPE, Secretrry. Directors: JACK BARNES, J. L. LOVELACB, S. P. SMITH. FIELD SELECTION OF SEED CORN ALL OUT OF SORTS Has Aqy Atlanta Person Neyer Ft lit Way Peel jill orT sorts? Tired, bine, irritable, nervous? Baok feel lame and acliy ? That's the story of sick kid- neys- Bid blood circulating about; Uric acid poisoning the body. Just one way to fe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 23 September 1909

m ^::£ Walking Costumes v TUNIC KEEPS ITS POPULARITY Js Being Worn with Many of - the Street Dresses—Some Pos- sible Combinations. The tunic has diminished not one -%hlt in popularity in spite of the fact Chat the meyen-age and the panier mre pressing it closely. Even some of the street dresses of cloth are being worn with tunics of net or mousseline, one of the most striking gowns -iOf the year was a white frock of .lingerie type with a black tunic of wide-mesh net. This took at once; end it may be taken for granted that le wiii play a large part in gowns to come, for it veils the enpple, glossy materials and tones them down so that they may be more universally used. It is even nsaid that the evening coats of the later season will be lined with satin draped with mousseline, and such an idea brings with it many possibilities. One jnight have a pale- «reen coat, tor instance, lined with ■«brlap pink covered with green mousseline. The effect would be opalescent and very beautiful, bes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 23 September 1909

THE ATLANTA NEWS LOWLACB BROS., Publishers NEW CHIEF OF UNIVERSITY ATLANTA, ——- TEXAS m >. mi m%!, f - %; MAKE BIG MONEY IN HAWAI1 tugar Planters In the Islands Are De riving Great Wealth from Plantations. There are probably more self-made millionaires residing in Honolulu thai in any city twice its size on the main land. According to Van Norden' Magazine, there are scores of million aires made and in the making ii Hawaii. '' Men of moderate means last sprinj became by fall men of great wealti after the sugar crop had been mai keted. Small planters* of pineapple of a few seasons ago are men of hlgl finance to-day expending hundreds o thousands of dollars annually advei Using their output that was not wort! % tenth of that sum all told years age The men of Hawaii who have crt feted opportunities for themselves crt fete opportunities for others. Alexan tor Young, the many-times millionair of Honolulu, Came to Hawaii a poo men, worked hard, helped organizt and conduct the Honolulu I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 23 September 1909

ou XHi H i :si'< >• 1 I0>TS Notes Of Interest From Here and There red as iba mammies We need:! the sympathy of all the corre- spondents. Dust and ashes forever on the 1 0^0*0*0^0#0*0*0^0^0*0*0*a#0^04040^0^0*0^0404040^0*0* head of pi tfi fill ' ? m %' & C ... mm Enon Mr. Stradford and family left last week for Oklahoma their future home. Messrs. Eugene Douglas, Jess Harden and Willie Gilmore have gone to Oil City to work. Oscar Douglas has gone to Red Water for work. M. P. Powell and wife attend* ed the association at Malta. Bowie county last Friday, Sat urday and Sunday. Mrs. Hila Clements and son,- Richard are visiting relatives here from Mira, La. Miss Pfeddie Harden and Mr. Gradie Guyton were quietly united in wedlock Monday at 11 o'clock. They left Tuesday for Wolf City their future home* May joy and hapyiness be theirs. Luther Bryan left last week for Atlanta, Ga. Tom Twist. Possum Trot Azariah Pinetop. —o— Anti buy corn this year ort to haf to pay five dollars a b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 23 September 1909

— v.-.-' L PN; Hi I | : @| *'• r 'V *->-• ■9K A PLEASANT EVENING Children should be trained to discriminate between innocent, wholesome amusement and a waste of time in levity and frivolity. Wuen a child is impressed that ihe sympathy of its friends is genuine and sincere enough to prompt some exercise fur the pleasure, loving element in his nature, he is very apt to giye a hearty response to au appeal from the same source *o the wore serious side ot' iifu. On last Wednesday evening, Mr J B MeClung opened wide trie i>aiials of liueir beautiiut home in vsi jcome to his Sunday School class Mrs McUlung an i Mrs Willis witti that wo- maiiy grace and charming personality characteristic of them, enhanced the pleasure of the occasion by the way in which they made the evening delightful to each and every guest. After conversation, mus ic, and a contest, they were ushed into the dining room where palms, ferns and cape jessamines beautified the scene, and where there were dainty refresh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 23 September 1909

mM' IP** F UN frBAL'S AFRICA'S mt "Ik'"!' BY GEfZALD A^ODERJCK* *F{/M£&AZ- /2/TJZS HE old king of Totoquelll was dead. It was in the LIberian hinterland, four days back from Monrovia, a region where the gov- ernment levies no taxes, where the native African •Meto reign supreme, where the only statutes are the laws of the bush. A of English prospectors, an rubber trader and an Ameri- can missionary compose the foreign population all the way back to the frontier. There is no part of west coast of Afriea so lightly fwcfced by the white man, for even the occasional government officials who visit the region are black. In nil the towns the babies yelled -at my approach and the children fled in ter- per if I walked toward them. WWJ« King Wobeh's, star was in dency death came out of foggy bush and laid its hand bin. A famous mullah man called to make Incantations and "sand cutter" brought out all his rnalia of divination and impressively into the future. . *hicb Wobeh really needed, a |...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 23 September 1909

ifr-' -*•" ; .« KB byn dank H. Spearman O I LLUc5TRAT10N6 ° BY ANDRET BOWLES O COPYRIGHT 1908 BY CHAS SCRlBNER'd JONJ m £« j Hi m tw p3|f jfe BPj$5 Jii SiMfe i8tej?ir CHAPTER I. The Wrecking Boss. News of the wreck at Smoky Creek freached Medicine Bend from Point of Rocks at five o'clock. Sinclair, in per- son, was overseeing the making up of his wrecking train, and the yard, usu- ally quiet at that hour of the morning, was alive with the hurry of men and •engines. In the trainmaster's room of the weather-beaten headquarters build- ing nicknamed by railroad men "The 'Wickiup," early comers—sleepy-faced, keen-eyed trainmen—lounged on the tables and in chairs discussing the re- ports from Point of Rocks, and among them crew-callers and messengers moved in and out. Two minutes after they had their orders and were pulling out of the upper yard, with right of way over everything to Point of I Rocks. Tne wreck had occurred just west of the creek. A fast east-bound freight train, double-he...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 23 September 1909

m afti- mk w*- the atlahi * subscription NEWS #1.00 PER ANM UM .lovelace A. Peed Lovelace 3E 1 ice j 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. rnn 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. Obituaries and cards of thanks will be charged for at the ratejof 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, meeting Talk factories and back up your talk with action. Don't waste your time dis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 30 September 1909

r"-' ! . p ■ pi &■ '■ |&£: life Mi i i a iz A1 •.. ^'-U i-H > - AND PKOPKlKTOkS "The Newspaper for the People L.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, September 30. 1909 No.7 Atlanta MEDICINE: COMPART HARD WOOD PUNT INOKMTMiaON IN OPERATION To Our Customers Insurance Club A n m<- t'i * ernH in sorance order on the plnti of fhe Ct 8s County Relief Association. Lira- it of membership 500. D«*ath assrt^iT5',otg.$2.00 each. De-uh c i a i rj s imited to *10QQJK) A popular growing order If you wan' to j- n n g' d, site, but ch" p in uranee order * ee nn'< vOf the following: A. M. GIBSON, President. A J McWILLIAMS, Vice President* f 'RED CAMERON, Treasurer. R T COPE, Secretrry. Directors: J AC 'K BARNES, J. L. LOVELA' 'F S P. 8VIITH 8ebe WIls on : Su'.vreadered On last Sat ut 8ebe Wilson came to towa surrendered Oosnstable 8. rp ""^Dea swtl ^r" WHsonwith his brothsT were charged v,V [h tbe murder °f a man by t ^ . name o( Hill >"«*r Almira ,ht TPara...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 30 September 1909

m mm 31 Marriage Vow WIFE AS HOME FINANCIER BY JAMES H. CANFfELD, A. M.. LL. D. (Ex-President Ohio State University.) lis are be rt mir ked by certain business char- acteristics as well as by sentiment ' and emotion. Precisely as the church lias a business side to it, a secular ; side, which should be very carefully llf distinguished from its religious side— ; so there are or ought to be these defi- nite business relatxous between two married people. This is not the place in which to discuss the pros and cons of a wom- an's ability to fulfill her part in the marriage contract. It will be sufficient to say that 30 years* experience and observation satisfy the writer that 'women are or under proper conditions l>ecome just as careful and just as ac- curate and just as wise in matters of expenditure as men are. ' There may come a time when both paay be able to command the services ■ vof expert assistants who will relieve jtbem of the .personal care of details giva them leisure for re...

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