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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 30 September 1909

NUOE IN THINKS HE'S WHOLE "ZOO" tXClTES RESIDENTS WHILE PO- LICEMEN CHASE HIM AS A BIRD, BUTTERFLY AND SQUIRREL. CLAD IN SHOES AND SOX m Divests Himself of Outer Apparel anj Calling on Birds to Play with Him Chases Around Pub- lic Square. w f §% ' IV * Philadelphia.—Clad only in a pair of fight tan shoes and green socks, a man who gave the name of "John Smith" did a Marathon in Ritten- house square, in the heart of the most exclusive residence section. It was about eight o'clock in the morning when he strolled in the hal- lowed precincts, divested himself of feis garments and tied them carefully around a tree. Then, singing mer- rily and calling to the birds to come and play with him, he skipped about the square. He had settled down to a steady run and was encircling the •quare at a gait that would have left , Johnny Hayes miles to the rear when an excited voice called up the Fif- teenth and Locust streets police sta- tion. It was a woman's voice. "Officer, officer," called the r vo...

Publication Title: Atlanta News, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 30 September 1909

7 £1 ■ v. ; -' \ *%% W r^i t OUR CORRESPONDEM JS Notes Of Interest From Here and There Enon Bluford Griffin has returned fr >ra Oil City and is spending a few days with relatives and and friends here. Tom Daily is improving. Rili' Kenniugton has return ed froiL a aip u *> in Arkansas 7, „ Twist. Piney Grove Cotton p HPd gathering con* ;s the - 1 •: day. Htiui h of rh. cujamity i- good. J D. Thomas j,ud ?on, <Jo\ also Steve Harbujfr went U Texarkana Monday. Several from Laws Chap ^ attended siuging here Sunday evening. John Burson and family of D. uglassviile vis-ited relatives here Saturday night and Sun- day. Miases Addie, Dovie and Laura Hict attended ohurch at Antioch iSuuday. Ac_!fyte. Hea1 Kildare rood. Weather ideal and nimbV fiig«rs are rapidly gathering the He* ey • It is nearly all open and the middle of October will see it all out. An- if there was ever a Season when common sense should preva'! and busine&s methods be adopt- ed in marketing a crop, it is thf o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 30 September 1909

Every Temperate Zone Product to Be Shown. ROBERT GLENK IN CHARGE m & Colonel Charles SchulerWill Give This Feature at the State Fair His Per- sonal Attention—Many Interesting Features Will Be Given. The agricultural exhibits at the State Fair of Louisiana, which will be held at Shreveport this year from Nov. 1 to 6, will contain every known product which is grown for domestic use in the temperate zone Former State Fairs have done more than ail else to demonstrate what Louisiana is doing from the farmer's standpoint, and even the most up-to-date and mod- ern farmers did not themselves real- ize the great variety of products which this state produces until they saw them all gathered at the. Exposi- tion hall at the State Fair in preceding years. Colonel Charles Schuler, commis- sioner of agriculture and immigration, gives this feature of the State Fair his personal attention, and at the con- clusion of last year's State Fair, said that either of the four parish exhiibts contained ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 30 September 1909

t IE ATLANTA NEWS L8VILMI BROS*. Pufclhlwn TEXAS it is an ill wind that blows no good to the batter. Bolivia should stop and count 100 going to war. As yet the aeroplane men, cannot go ip for an .all-day picnic, taking their unch along. As the list of summer tragedies (rows larger the need for greater care grows plainer. New York is evidently harboring too many Chinamen who look on mur- der as a pastime. . King Edward is getting to be a vet- jjran ruler, for he has entered upon the ninth year of his reign. Now that the hot-weather record las been broken, it is to be hoped it will be mended and stay so. A Virginia woman shot her husband because he insisted on playing a phon- ograph. This is a Record case. .Through dissensions and the lack of funds the movement in New York to build a children's theater has been abandoned. Isn't it annoying that now, just in the finest time of the whole year, the charity people tip off the fact that there are jobs for everybody? In Prance, as in this c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 30 September 1909

.f B 1 IeankH. Spearman. ILLUSTRATIONS BY ANDRE BOWLPS COf=>Y/?/<?iYr /BO6 3Y C///7S <SCF/B.VfRS <50//S :\:2 .7 "iS-'h Z&c, MM Igaijrf i U § 1$ KV m$ SYNOPSIS. Murray Sinclair and his gang of wreck- ers were called out to clear the railroad bracks at Smoky Creek. McCloud, a young road superintendent, caught Sin- clair and his men in the act of looting "the wrecked train. Sinclair pleaded in- nocence, declaring it only amounted to a *mall sum—a treat for the men. McCloud ■ lischarged the whole outfit and ordered the wreckage burned. McCloud became -acquainted with Dicksie Dunning, a girl «of the west, who came to look at the "wreck. BVV ■« Wm CHAPTER III,—Continued. "From the divide it looked like a mountain on flre. I'm sorry Mr. Sin- clair is not here." "Why, Indeed, yes, so am I." "Because I know him. You are one •of his men, I presume." "Not exactly; but is there anything I can do—" "Oh, thank you, nothing, except that the pretty bay colt he sent over to us lias s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 30 September 1909

pfi| SK S® THE ATLANTA gOBSOBIPTCON *1.00 F" gR ^ -— jjiO. l. lovklaob . a. pksd lovki> ce I Publishers, —J , «the postoffice at Atlanta Texas- M second-class mail matter i [DISPLAY ADVERTISING ■ Single insertion per inch... lOo Six months or more. 7 l-2c All ads. ran and charged for until ordered discontinued. LOCAL ADVERTISING Each insertion, per line _5e 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„«f 2 cents a line, i—i 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 What are you doing to put Atlanta on the map? The Texas farmer is not to be fooled by false issaes.in politics. yk Only a few more days prepare for the Dallas Fair hibifc, to e...

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

'The Newspaper for the People" Atlanta, Cass County, Texas* Thursday. October 7, 1909 -t ' - • 1* . it ■ BROS., Publishers and Proprietors Africa AS been killing big game this summer I been Ki<liMg time daring the summer, bat I am ready to have now $1.00 A YEAR IV ADVANCE No.8 Slay High Prices PR# iljg' id Atlanta. Pall is here winter is coming on. Yoa will need a guard against bad weather. Come in and ex- amine toy goods and let me price them to you. I am making close prices on all the following lines of fall and Winter goods: Underwear, Outing, Heavy Ho- isery, Work Shirts, Overalls, Shoes, etc. A specialty of towels and table linen, notions of of all kinds Come in and see ma and ba covinoed that I am really SLAYING HIGH PRICES. B. S. Campbell CHAMBLEE BUILDING life Si-- Citizens Show Way Out be no just reason M* the y/Ft tnl the annoyam^ of the dangers .any kidne^ ills wbeenftitef is so near at hand and tiie most positive proof giv- en that they-can be cured. Bead what an Atla...

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

at AND 111 SHOES FOR CONVICTS in Invent* Footgear That Make* it Impossible for a Pris- oner to Escape. which will make impossible ieScap? tff cotavicts while being ted from one point to another invented by a Californian. i idea came to him after suffering several occasions through the pro- , Itrosion of hobnails through the heel boot in need of repair. device consists of a heavy leath- er shoe, wijfch a* perforated sole. to 'irhlch is attached a second sole of liteel plate, jointed so that the whole **111 bend witth the usual motion of fthe toes and foot. Riveted upright Convict Safety Shoe. 'to this steel sole are sharp spikes, jpiaeed in such a position that they .'•111 eater the perforations of the Heather sole, but kept from ordinarily so by crossbars with a series springs on either side. Whole contrivance is fastened le prisoner's foot by means of: straps, held secure by a pad- , With the crossbars in position, prisoner can walk in the shoes as in ordinary ones, but once he is ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 7 October 1909

IIIM ;.*7 ® K'; mm ||§|S f0i Hi Smart Blouses The first is in old-rose crepe-de-Chine, a vest is made of embroidered net with refers of silk below it, a silk tie is worn beneath revers. The crepe it entirely tacked for the sleeves, the tucks are continued for the depth of tht shoulder, and stitched down as far as the bust in front, and a few inches ai back. Material required: Three yards 42 inches wide, ^ yard embroidered net, % yard silk. A blouse of the descriptibn shown in the second illustration might be made In satin, silk or Viyella; all would be suitable. Four large tucks art made on each side of front, with two box-plaits down center of front, button? and cords trim the box-plaits, also the sleeve, which is long and tight and ha; two deep tucks at the wrist. A collar band of piece lace is worn and finished in the front with a little silk tie. Materials required: Two and a half yards 42 inches wide, 7 dozen but tons, 4 yards cord. The third is a style well suited to be made u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 7 October 1909

NOTICE m Big Stock in. Moria arriving daily—New Goods—Nothing Shoddy—No old snelf worn stock. Stock well se- lee ted by caretnl buyers. We have been in business here for years and know the needs of the people and buy ac- cordingly. We meet all competition, quality of goods considered. Call in and see us, price our goods and prove us Below are some of our Special Lines: 3 w I IS cafe "VJDotWX \La\s Nothing adds more to a man's per- sonal appearance than a shapely, stylish hat. There is no line of hats that so commend themselves to men of taste in dress than the WOR TH HA TS, We have them in all the styles, shapes, and shades, soft and stiff. Don't be fooled into buying shoddy goods. In the way of the latest in Dress Goods, both quantity and quality, we challenge comparison. The latest weaves, newest effects io colorings, to please the most fastidious woman. Something fon everybody. In Cloaks and Coats, we hava some rare offerings. Both long and-short ef- fects. They arfc well selecte...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 7 October 1909

The Dall-v* Pair exhibit is be- iug m*de ready for shipment to Dallas. The Fair opens Oct. 16 The Exhibit should be in Dallas by the 15th. Then a represen- tative from Cass County will meet other, representatives from othe east Texas counties for concert of action in p lacing and decorating the exhibits A lot of material has been bpou^> rn this Wnek. Some of it is simply fine. Every citizen of the county should look upon it with pride1 If other caunties surpass ours, they must have met hi ii g fine indeed. Th^ premiums offered by the Industrie League were award '] Taesdiv I H Lanier brought some good stuff from Linden. Some of it he had raised himself, and some he had collected, some from the Linden Industrial League. Among the exhibit were a large hornet nest some rich pine kindling, some canned goods, some handles made by T L Nipper. It was quite an addition to the display. John Meier had some pretty stuff including some wheat, oats com, and three kinds of pot- atoes W J Harris...

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

?v m v. WM ATLANTA NEWS ' LOVBLACB BROS., Publishers ATLANTA, TEXAS RICKEY AN INSPIRATION IS? 8«mmer Drink Evolved by 'Washlfesten Politician, Aided by Barkeeper. ■ Ask the average man what earthly ftse there was for the lime prtor to Ivent of the rickey and he won't %e able to tell you. It belongs to un- written history. Aak him also who in- rented the rickey and he will prob- f say that he has a vague recoil ec- 'tien that it is in some way associated with somebody—a man by the name •i f Rickey, or something of that sort. If only Col. .Joe Rickey could hear that! It would make him turn over in his grave, for Col. Joe was inordi- nately proud of the fact that he in- vented what he proclaimed to the day of his death the greatest of all drinks —the gin rickey, out of which came all the liquid relatives of the same family name. The invention was an accident, pure and'sbhple. Col. Rickey had friends galore in Washington — few public men im those days, say 25 or 30 years ago, who were n...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 7 October 1909

. _ ._ %.|li .fiMr ■<- S-" ^- f- SS||rcSp5jH^pg ;-*.)>. ;.". IeankH.Spearman. ILLUSTRATIONS BY ANDBE BOWLES B sy Cms octf/awRs So//s SYNOPSIS. "Murray Sinclair and his gang of wrech- •efs were called out to clear the railroad • tracks at Smoky Creek. McCloud, a young road superintendent, caught Sin- clair and his men in the act of looting <he wrecked train. Sinclair pleaded in- nocence, declaring it only amounted to a amall sum—a treat for the men. McCioud •discharged the whole outfit and ordered "the wreckage burned. McCloud became acquainted with Dlcksie Dunning, a girl •of the west, who came to look at the •wreck. She gave him a message for Sin- •clair. "Whispering" Gordon Smith told President Bucks of the railroad, of Mc- Ckmd's brave fight against a gang of «raxed miners and that was the reason "for the superintendent's appointment to tils high office. McCloud arranged to t>oard at the boarding house of Mrs. Sin- clair, the ex-foreman's deserted wife. CHAPTER V.—Con...

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

' • it ■ '-d 4 THE ATLANTA NEWS StJBSOEIPTION fl.«0 PER ANNUM JNO. L. LiOVELACB A, Fred Lovelace } Publishers, Entered at the postolfice at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail matter PISPLAY 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. —8c / Notice All advertising copy should this office not latter ndon. copy si ber than be in Wednesday The pipe for the gas line has seen received. Now fop a brick plant. , •........ A JppRNiTURE factory is oadiy needed in Atlanta to wor k up our hard wood. | Vivian has brought in some more oil and gas wells. Gpod for our sister oyer in Louisiana. Shall Atlanta have a brick plant? Better talk it |up and have it ready when tbe%as gets fibre. V A 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 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 14 October 1909

w ■1 BROS., Publishers and Proprietors The NewsI&pbb for the People Of $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Atlanta, Cass County, TeSas, Thursday, October *£->1909 No.9 :t%r & IS# v Furniture Here! TWO GARS JUST IN vl; -V I ife.' ggl: HP We have just unpacked t*vo cars of fur- niture for our mammoth Store. In this you can find anything you may desire to beautify or furnish . yci ur home, and in prices ranging from the cheapest to the . i igh priced. It cosio nothing to call and get prices. We will take delight in showing yt nohrough the prettiest selec- tion of furniture ever shown in Atlanta GHORUS CHOIR CONVENTION EdaSF Si® i $s wm a Quite a Number of Glasses from Various Parts of the County Were Represented By Delegates. NECESSITY OF A GOOD SEED BED, A POPULAR VERDICT Based on Evidence People of Atlanta & Son IPt growing ^ gr*m*, 4iid al ■o frequently for the sowing of peas, Is often delayed or render ed move difficult by the hard oandition of the soil at these seaMB8, Even tho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 14 October 1909

ATLANTA, \ ATLANTA NEWS LOVBLACB BROS.. Publishers TEXAS THE SHEEP AND THE DOG. The board of agriculture of Massa- chusetW;.in its care of sheep, has pro- claimed itself the enemy of the dog. The sheep may roam, but the dog may not. These official farmers even go so far as to bring the children into their propaganda, declaring: "Not even our children are allowed as much liberty as the worthless curs that make sheep farming in Massachu- setts impossible." The sheep is ad- mittedly a friend of man, says the Washington Herald. He is an ami- able utilitarian. His shorn coat is woven into clothing, his flesh becomes food. But his usefulness is wholly in- voluntary. He must roam to eat, for where he feeds he leaves a path of close-cropped verdure. But the dog also Is traditionally the friend of man. He is faithful in good times and in bad. He produces nothing but af- fection, and he is cherished because of his fidelity, regardless of ulterior motives. The sheep does not know enough to be ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 14 October 1909

Jt- •V' V, *2, ' * u K'. 0 " life-. Y ?u;- §|K <«' = W IS^'V' 8m i>: 'i m;:" r fe%'-..; m w «f<j • :• a by Thank f!. Spearman ^ O 1 l!_uc5trat10;n6 ° by andre: dowlas &> COPYRIGHT 1908 BY CHAS 3CRIBNETR'j iONj SYNOPSIS. Murray Sinclair and his gang of wreck- ers were called out to clear the railroad tracks at t-mol y Creek. McCloud, a young road superintendent, caught Sin- clair and Irs men in the act of looting the wrecked train. S nclair pleaded in- nocence, cje laring it on,v amounted to a small sum—a treat for the men. McCloud discharged the whole outfit and ordered the wreckage burneJ. McCloud became acquainted with Diclsie Dunning, a g r! of the west, who came to look at the wreck. She gave hfm a message for Sin- clair. "Vv hisp%**ng" Gordon Smith told President Bucks of the ra Iroad, of Mc- Cloud's brave fight against a gang of ■crazed m'ners and that was the reason for the sup arintendent's appointment to his high ofii e. M Cloud arranged to "board at the boa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 14 October 1909

HE ATLANTA NEWS/ RIPTION S1.00 PEE ANNUM i). 1 . LOVEluACK Feed Lovelace j I Publishers. itered at the postoffice at Atlanta i izas, as second-class mail matter t " I DISPLAY ADVERTISING Ingle insertion per inch 10c 'x months or more 7 l-2c All ads. run and charged for until ered discontinued. LOCAL ADVERTISING Each insertion, per line 5c Notice All advertising copy should be in tMs office not latter than Wednesday soon. Church and society notices are given free insertion, but must be handed in before Wednesday. Obituaries and cards of thanks will tie charged for at the rate of 2 cents a line. No poetry or verse accepted for jp , publication, unless the editor should clrop 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. ; t" The great State Pair begins Dallas Saturday. The exhi- bition promises to be bigger...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 14 October 1909

IM w. " GO TO J. D. Stein's AT THE OLD COWGILL Restaurant Stand BILL CARTER KILLED. The cheapest clothing, dry goods, shoes and furnish- ing goods in town. A trial will convince you. It pays to traae at the New Store. J. J>. STEIN AN AFTERNOON WITH SOUTHERN WRITERS. The Corona Heidera society met in regular order Friday, Oct. 8th. The house was called to order by the president and business proceeded. The program committee, Alma Lincoln, Paun Jeter, Louise Hughes, Miss Dudley and Iva Pope, have made a program consisting of "Southern Writ- ers," only for Friday afternoon, Oct; 15. Mothers and friends are invited to come; and espec- ially the mothers of the club girls. * The program will be carried out as follows: Song, "America". Talk, Janie O'Neal. Roll call, answers by quota- tions from southern writers. Sketches of Edgar Allan Poe, Clara Birmingham. Sketch of Joel Chandler Har- ris, Otha King. Dnele Remus Story, Mary Kennedy. The Raven, Poe. Alma Lincoln, Press Reporter. Tax Col...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 14 October 1909

m' other place in the world is it more sel The home of Mr. George J. Gould however, is an exception to this rule Seven times the domestic bird has vis lted and blessed that abode, each tim< leaving a baby so strong and lusty, sc big and beautiful, that it fully justified the fond parents' declaration that it "was the finest child ever born. Bet- ter still, the Gould children have grows up to be almost perfect speci- mens of physical health, and they are so Intelligent and so natural and unaf- fected tn character that it seems worth while to tell how this result has been accomplished, and how a wise father and mother have enabled their children to lead the simple life tn the midst of millions and a luxury that makes that of the fabled Sybar- ites look like a makeshift with which one could get along if one had to. When you want to dive to the heart of a mys- tery the French shrug their shoulders and Bpread out their hands, and say: "Cberchez la femme." If you desire to find the key...

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