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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 14 October 1909

A GREAT ANNOYANCE. feV. m p- m Mi Sidney Disease Shows Many Painful and Unpleasant Symptoms. George S. Crowell, 1109 Broadway, Helena, Mont, aays: "I was troubled with a disordered condition of the kid- neys, some backache and irregular pass- ages of secretions. At times I was obliged to get up out of bed at night, and the urine was unnatural in appearance. On the advice of a friend I procured Doan's Kidney Pills and began using thfem. This remedy helped me at once, strengthened my kidneys and corrected the disordered condi- tion.'* Remember the name—Doan's. Sold oy all dealers. 50 cents a box. Fasten Milbura Co., Buffalo, N. Y. HER QUESTION. ust l--: HOUSETOP CONEY ISLAND; , Realistic Miniature of the Real Thing i on Roof in Tenement Region in I New York City. New York.—Rev. "Bob" Davis of tht Brick Presbyterian church of this city assisted by a dozen college men and several college girls, have start- ed a miniature Coney Island in the midst of "Hell's Kitchen" in Man- hattan. This...

Publication Title: Atlanta News, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 14 October 1909

s * I '*? fl - , ••, hhBBW^St ~ - *\ * ?,--4--f. . - '.-7- • N ■ PUZZLE TO FLOWER SCHOIARS Scientists Unable to Explain Ne (tare's Plan in Resemblance of Flow- ers to Insects, r:l' m Orchid imitations are a puzfile to flower scholars. The whole appear- ance of the flower is suggestive of some insect, sometimes to quiiue a re- markable degree. It does not seem easy to find any Teal purpose that could be served "by this resenfblaaice yet ilo one imagines that it can be accidental. Any one who knew of the bee or- chid, a native of Europe, and camo upon it for the first time, would at once recognize it. It seems to be a large velvety brown-backed bee variegated with yellow. The two lat- eral petals might serve well for the wings of the insect. In the center of the lip of the fly orchid there is a small bluish spot like the body of a fly. The two lata eral petals are slender and curiously like the antennae of an insect. The whole illusion is complete and sug- gests te the casual glance t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 21 October 1909

•r~; • •<* p--; LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper, for the People Vol. X Atlanta, Cass County, Texas*Thursday* October 2s, *909 $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE No. 10 FARMERS! Did you know that if you left your money with us, if you should ever want to borrow any, you will have a preference over the man who never deposits with us. You will find a bank account very convenient, You don;t have to fool with a bit of small cliauge in your pocket, as you can write a check for the exact amount which will be your receipt. We have the only Steel Lined Bank Vault in the county. Bring your valuable papers to us for safe keeping. :: :: " :: First National Bank. JNO, ,J. ELLINGTON, Pres. ' JNO. T. CHAMBLEE, V-Pr-es J. G. KING, Cashier H. McCLEAN, Accnt. MARVIN SCOTT, Collector. # 11?-% %% %%%% % $ OUR CO S I T£ I.^SPONDENrl 'K % X Notes Of Interest From Here aiul'*1 here ^ Beech Creek Sore eyes have been very bad. Little Joe Bailey and Maykine Johnson have had a severe case. J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 21 October 1909

THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVBLACB BROS.. Publishers III \,.r" ATLANTA, TEXAS HE! RURAL POSTAL SERVICE. Seldom has a sapling grown to a trae In the time In which that young off-shoot of the poatoffice department, the rural delivery system, has attained Its full dimensions, says the Balti- more American. The development of the system that found its inception In Carroll county in this state, has keen a marvel of publio convenience. Up to the present time the service has cost the government $170,000,000, and the third year has not yet ex- pired of the time of its full adoption. It now numbers daily 20,000,000 pa- trons and covers 40,919 routes. The advantage of the service and the ex- tensions it has made to the postal fa- cilities have done more than any oth- er eve thing, aside from modern meth- ods of transportation and the tele- phone and telegraph, to promote intel- ligence in the country and to break the Isolation of country districts. Yet when the service was started it was bitterly oppo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 21 October 1909

i 1 SYNOPSIS. Murray Sinclair and his gang of wreck- ers 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 the wrecked train. Sinclair pleaded in- nocence, declaring it only amounted to a '•mail sum—a treat for the men. McCloud 'discharged the whole outfit and ordered 1h« wreckage burned. McCloud became ^acquainted with Dicksie 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- "Cloud's brave fight against a gang of -crazed miners and that was the reason "?or the superintendent's appointment to Ills high office. McCloud arranged to '"board at the boarding house of Mrs. Sin- clair, the ex-foreman's deserted wife. Dicksie Dunning was the daughter of the '^Jate Richard Dunning; who had died of a ^broken heart shortly after his wife's "demise, which occurred after one...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 21 October 1909

=== THE ATLANTA NEWS SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER ANNUM Lovelace A, Fred Lovelace } Publishers, Entered at the postoffice at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail matter m- [DISPLAY advertising Single insertion per inch 10e 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, hut must be handed in before Wednesday. Obituaries and cards of thanks will be charged for at the rate>f 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. KEPT ONE PURPOSE IN VIEW The Ribbon Cane Syrup sea- son is on in Cass county and the atmosp...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 21 October 1909

Hi mm % • pr pg- j- He Was Not Afraid, The Boston Transcript say* nervousness is a thing with which the Prince of Wales is but little afflicted. Once at a scien- tific carnival, while Br. Playfair was Showing the prince and his part? round, they came t yat of chemicals, which wereliiss- ing and fizzing away in a very for bidden fashion. The wrince -seem- ed much interested in this. Dr. Playfair asked the prince to dip his fingers in the liquid. There 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 the hissing .caldron, and 'found the liquid as cold as ice. The explanation was that some chemicals when they boil give out cold instead of heat You Can't Always Tell. "Here is an acount of another beggar who died in apparent pov erty, and, after his death, it was found that he had several bank books and some valuable securi« ties.'" \ ''The moral of which is, nevei be disrespectful to your poor re lations...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 21 October 1909

jsmpwi £wsgw Susnaa y r . Y If ihywunmaxm [PDCDTrmJffiGmcii mft©EAKni$ DmODSTTEAtuKKB TTDOCS ° ° ° ° FEATMMS W STTc (gEKiniraKjimo I / i kHE MIGHTY activities and marvelous progress the world has seen in the past 100 years are strikingly illustrated in the centennial celebration of the incor- poration of St. Louis. Picturesque pageants with everything in the way of the spectacular which is most likely to stir the imagination of the spectator into appreciating the work of the past through con- trasts with the present feature the week's program. The greater part of the history ot early St. Louis [ is really more fit for the unwritten American epic poem than it is for mere prose. Its work as a frontier town in the first half of the nineteenth century made it the mid-continental city of the United States in the meend half. Its pioneer trade routes are now the great routes of steam transportation between the Rio Grande and the Canadian border and be- (nreen the Mississippi and the Pacifi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 21 October 1909

r £ • r v.; Hi i mm' wBmjrwZT'i&p, • WK&&.W lit# m" m W%: rM'r / Sketches of Members Appointed to Important Bodv. HISTORIC KANSAS STRUCTURE Building Where Bluejacket, Notea Shawnee Chief, Was Schooled, Still Standing. Will Investigate Application of Max- imum and Minimum Rates of New Law to Foreign Countries. Washington.—The new foreign tar- iff board recently appointed by the president is composed of the following three members: Prof. Henry C. Em- try, professor of economics at Yale university; Mr. James B. Reynolds, assistant secretary of the treasury, and Mr. Ali'in H. Sanders of Chicago, editor and owner of the Breeders' Ga- aette. The appointments were made under ft paragraph of the new tariff sfct which authorizes the president to ex- pend $75,000 iu an investigation of the application of the maximum and minimum rates of the new tariff law to foreign countries. It is the purpose of the president to «se the board for a much broader in- vestigation. In affixing his s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 21 October 1909

r**: Tlie Atlanta ^e^vv's Ail Kind3 of Job Printiu g Farmei s 1Jixioii Ballard Liocal No. 2^39 meets Saturday night afttu* first and third Sundays Hardy Hartley, Secretary w o w r*o. Meets 2 Tuesday and 4tli Satuur&ay nights. .J B Spivey, C. C. B J McClung clerk City Directory L F Allday, Mayor Hugh Carney, See. Treas. Assessor and collector J M Pepper, Marshall JD Thomas, Nighr Watchman - J A Cobb J J Ellintion Geo. Hughes R L McClung KotP IVo. no Meets 1st and 3rd Saturday nights. T A MUes, C. C. 1 W F Cameron K of R & S. For §ale 50 acres land 1 mile North of Atlanta fair improvement 25 acres in cultivation. 5 acres tim- ber aod 20 acres pasture with everlasting spiing, Small cash payment balance like re*2t just the place for dairy chickens and Truck farming. J (i King. Clubbing Hates We club the Atlanta NE W S with other leading publications as follows: Dallas Semi-Weekly News $1.75 Ft. Worth Record SI.75 National Co-Operator $1.75 Pearsons Magazine $1 50 Uncle Remus $1....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 28 October 1909

in II m m fei i* Hfe W- tj-: ■ mk: ■ 5§£ _ 34,-<■ — THE ATLANTA NEWS. LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People LOO A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. x Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, October 28, 1909 No. 11 Watch Stein's Store Pur the cheapest and best merchandise in town. We will make the following reductions: $15.00 and 18.00 suits; our price $11.50 10 00 and 12.00 suits; our price $7.65 4 00 and 5.00 men's pants; our price $3 25 3 00 and 3 50 men's pants; our price $2 00 2.00 and 2.50 men's pants; our price $1 50 Boys' suits from $1.00 to $2.50 Young men's suits worth $10.00; our price $6 00 Ladies' and Misses' long jackets, skirts, etc, at the very low- est prices. It will pay you to look at our shoe department before buying. ALWAYS THE BEST FOR THE LEAST MONEY AT J. D. STEIN'S New Store TUFT IN ATLANTA Monster Crowd Greets Presi- dent's Train As It Passes, CASS COUNTY GETS RIBBONS Just ask anyone that has at- tended the fair and has seen the exhib...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 28 October 1909

RIGGS tO. HERE had been some dispute as to what constituted the bqundary of the country bought from Russia by the States in 1867, but until the tml value of the territory was known, Wm one cared. The miners of the early days managed very well with an ap- boundary. They held min- mee tings and any decision rniehed by them constituted the law. For the opening up of Alaska we are (adebted to the panic of of 1893. Throughout the west the hardier spir- preferred to brave the dangers of t almost unknown region than to accept the starvation wages then of fared. They knew that grubstakes J $ WM msm w MO°nD/SC . . ALOHQ OV/Y/>##y / //Y£- mmmmk mmm Independence were to be found on the barg if the forty Mile, the Stewart, and at Circle Oty. With the increase of population came the rep- Vcsentatives of the American and Canadian gov- ctnmects, custom-houses were established and v *iMtrt decisions took the place of the rude jus- tice dispensed by miners' meetings. With the •« order of things c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 28 October 1909

wi m m MUCH EXCITED ABOUT CASE Mrs. Justice Refuses to Allow Operation and Is Relieved by Cardui, the Woman's Tonic. Pedro, O.—'"I suffered for 35 years frith weakness and female troubles, and nothing has done me so much good as Cardui," writes Mrs. Martin B. Jus- tice, of Pedro, O. "Before I took Car- ds!, the woman's tonic, I became so bad that my son, who is a physician, wanted to have me operated on, but I refased and gave Cardui a trial. I had bean so weak I could scarcely stand on my feet, but had taken Cardui only a few! days when I became so much stronger. I had prolapse and became very much excited, but was greatly re- lieved as soon as I began to take Car- duL I thank you again and again." Cardui is a pure vegetable extract, of special benefit to women, at the times when they need a tonic. For over half a century it has been in use by those who have known of its bene- ficial effects, and is today in use in thousands of homes, where it relieves and prevents pain and brings ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 28 October 1909

ATLANTA NEW7 S ' SUBSCRIPTION #1.00 PER ANNS M L. Lovelace Publishers a, Fred Lovelace able to control President Taft's itinerary to their satisfaction. They promised that lie would make a stop in x\tlanta and at other points Entered at the postofflce at Atla«a ta Texas, as second-class mail matl er K " " ^DISPLAY ADVERTISING Single insertion per inch 10,3 Six months or more 7 l-2o i' All ads. ran and charged for until ordered discontinued. LOOAL ADVERTISING Each insertion, per line So Notice All advertising copy should be in Khia office not latter than W ednesday 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 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 happen...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 28 October 1909

wmm *$f iff•??*t**$ *%?rt*H?*%?*i*&• f£g * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * ❖ * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * £ * * * # # COMING SORE KING & TUCKER'S RAILROAD SHOWS WILL EXHIBIT AT Wednesday i Some of the Things You Will See Performing Elephants and Bears Trained Dogs, Ponies, Monkeys and Goats The Kicking Male Hesiki The Linsleys Bar Performers The Belmolvern Troupe of Acrobats The Erwins' European Aerial Artists 9-0f the Funniest Clowns-9 And many other features too numerous to mention. Don't miss the chance of seeing Topsy, the baby elephant. 2—Performances, Afternoon and Night—2 Doors Open at 1 O'clock and 7 P, M. Don't fail to see the street parade at 11:30 Wednesday November 3 4" * * % *§> * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * GAS STOVES AND RANGES WILL have in a very few days a car load of the celebrated Buck s White Enamel Lined Stoves and Ranges They are the very best. Don't fail to call and see them before you buy a gas stove or range. : : : B. F. Ellington & Co. It «t* ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 28 October 1909

m IE ATLANTA NEWS LOVBLACK BROS.. Publish*™ ATLANTA, TEXAS Wages are going up. 9ere Is where all the idle railroad jg stock begins to roll. M Since water is so scarce on Mara (perhaps they fill the canals with kero- sene. The next feat is now to discover a means of communication with the men in Mars. There are sharks off Atlantic City, (though so far as is known no hotel- ' ; keepers have taken to the salt sea. ^ If you want to get into the nobil- ilty keep away from Prussia. To be made a duke you have to pay a tax of *' $2,400. Pretty Millinery Santos-Dumont flies with wings con- taining only nine square yards of sur- face. They will yet be reduced to vest-pocket size, p,, . . — «• * ? Spanish Qeneral Weyler says a pol- ' licy of foresight would have avoided (the Catalonian trouble. He knows lloV It was in Cuba. 4s fly*nS comes into general use a better term than "aviation" will, no doubt, be found. That term is too . high-toned for general consumption. K the skating season would o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 28 October 1909

Wm Mfi Ml Wl I by Fbank H. Spearman ^ O ILLUc5JRAT10NrS ° BY ANDRET BOWLETCL) O o COPYRIGHT 1900 BY CHAS SCR 1BNERVJ JONS SYNAPSIS. Murray Sinclair and his gang of wreck- ers 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 the wreoked train. Sinclair pleaded in- nocence, declaring it only amounted to a small sum—a treat for the men. McCloud discharged 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- She gave him a message for Sin- clair. "Whispering" Gordon Smith told President Bucks of the railroad, of Mc- Oloud's brave fight against a gang of erased miners and that was the reason for the superintendent's appointment to his high office. McCloud arranged to board at the boarding house of Mrs. Sin- clair, the ex-foreman's deserted wife. Dicksie Dunning was the daughter of the late Ric...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 28 October 1909

NOTICE K FARMERS! Did ;you know that if you left your money ■with us, if you should ever want to borrow any, you will have a prefference over the man who never deposits with us. You will find a bank account very convenient. You don:t have to fool with a bit of sinali chauge in your pocket, as you can write a check for the exact amount which will be your receipt. 'We have the only Steel Lined Bank Vault in the county. Bring your valuable papers to us for safe keeping. :: :: First National Bank. JNO. J. ELLINGTON, Pres. J. G. KING, Cashier MARVIN SCOTT, Collector. JNO. T. CHAMBLEE, V-Pres. H. McCLEAN, Accnt. GOOD STOGKIMPOSSIBLE WITHOUT GOOD FEED The farmer who succeeds in growing stock, must provide the best food. I wish to impreds the fact here that while improv- ed stock appropriates more of the nutritious foods to its use ■ than scrubs do, no animal can get more out of any food than there is in the food, notwith- standing the fact that some overzealoos advocates of im- proved stoc...

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

mp i£".. m- P ft- ||| te:>- feSK Jp ■ fe tev.- ■ - b THE NEWS * LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. X Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday. November 1909 No. 12 Watch Stein's Store For the cheapest and best merchandise in town. We will make the following reductions: $15.00 and 18.00 suits; our price $11.50 10 00 and 12.00 suits; our price $7.65 4 00 and 5.00 men's pants; our price $3.25 3.00 and 3.50 men's pants; our price $2 00 2.00 and 2.50 men's pants; our prioe $1.50 Boys' suits from $1.00 to $2.50 Young men's suits worth $10.00; our price $6.00 Ladies' and Misses' long jackets, skirts, etc, at the very low- est prices. It will pay you to look at our shoe department before buying. ALWAYS THE BEST FOR THE LEAST MONEY AT J. D. STEIN'S New Store. SHEPPARD DEBATING SOCIETY MEET TheSheppard DebatingSociety met in regular session Friday October 29, 1909. The Pres- iden called the house to order and appointed Jesse M...

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

am _ ✓ m PMttor*i Note.—This account of a sev- oentury scientific'expedition waa in the Auburn (111.) Citizen, as, 1886, as an item of local ln- there living at that place at that many descendants of Pauly, the en- the Poleys, Park sea, Fosters, and families being represented in the WtL The original manuscript in French In the possession of John Pauley of who was at the time of the pub visiting his Illinois kinsmen. :TM account is particularly interest •t this time, as it describes the con- prevailing on the coast of Call- in 1769. an event fittingly celebrat ftp the Golden Gate City which rench expe- occurred at the same time as sev- •tW writers mention a very severe of scurvy In California, and probably the same.] dgac*>b£il _hy PauJr. iwMMted the ranks of the Frencl | HE observation of the tran- sit of Venus on the 3d of Jane, 1796, was an object of ' interest to all the learned. The Royal Acad eraj of Sciences proposed to the king, Louis XV., to the necessary outlay to send t...

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