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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 4 November 1909

--C-* CUTWORMS IN CORN Pest is Better Known in Cotton Fields as Boll Worm. Feeds Readily on Tomato and Attacks Other Plants, Such as Tobacco, Lucern, Peas, Beans, Pump- kins, Hemp, Etc. Wm.:' M • m m The large greenish, variably striped cutworm-like caterpillars, an inch and a half long, accompanying the abovs communication, are variously known as "ear worms," "tassel worms" and 'terminal bud worms," the choice of ;he cognomen being determined by the part of the plant affected. This pest 's much better known as the destruc- ;ive boll worm, Heliothis armiger Hubn., of the southern cotton fields. This by no means comprises the menu of this voracious caterpillar, since It feeds readily upon tomato, fre- quently eating a hole in the ripening fruit, and has been recorded as at- tacking a number of other plants, such as peas, beans, pumpkins, squashes, peppers, hemp, tobacco and lucern. Studies of this prolific and destruc- tive form in the south show that it may produce five generations ...

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

THE ATLANTA NEWS, SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER ANN O'JI JUO. L. 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. 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 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- howl happening to report, such as deaths, births, marriages, meeting. t We call your attention to the analysis of our artesion water on the first page of this is...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 4 November 1909

IS&& IS& V" • <r fe- ' V:. "• FARMERS! Did you know that lj^frou left your money with us, if you sho^Wever want to borrow any, you will ha^fla preference over the man who never <^^Hsits with us. You will find a bank acc^K very convenient. You don't have toJj^Fwith a bit of small chauge in your pockd^ps 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 JNO. T. CHAMBLEE, V-Pres. H. McGLEAN, Accnt. MARVIN SCOTT, Collector, Lat us fit your home with an up to-date line of furniture, we have the largest stock wev'e ever handled, and can make you the closest prices ever offered on highly polished and sterling quality furniture. P. M. Greene. Mrs. E. P. Hughes reports that there were about 200 Heaths in attendance at the family re-union at Dallas last week. Self sealing s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 4 November 1909

M ife the ATLANTA NEWS LOYBLACB BROS., Publishers ATLANTA, TEXAS Merit and perseverance win except In a government land lottery. There are mighty few idle mills and factories in this country now. From impending lawsuits it is evi dent that all persons who wear wings are not angels. It is gambling when you lose and speculation when you win. There is no other difference. Here and there a French aeronaut succeeds very well without the aid ol queer-looking whiskers. Chicago has some fine skyscrapei roofs which should look attractive tc aspiring aeroplane operators. One woman says that she stole twc shirt waists because she was hungry Still, shirt waists are not very tooth- some. It will not be long before the sight of farmers coming to the city in au- tos will be so familiar as to escape comment. With 7,000 immigrants coming in one day New York may have to put upper stories on its parks for lodg- ing places. People continue to fall victims to the "Spanish prisoner" swindle. That is what...

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

- •:> f§k gfa&MlKK' r ■ lm¥£% WW* <■4 ifeic 3* ' • V*-. ¥i$. gm?' m*C it. &:" psp^ ill its b I5PERP& SM Ira \ iv 11. SpeArm a n. ILLUSTRATIONS BY ANDRE BOWLES co^y/p/c^/zr £Y Cms <Scft/8t/£ffS <5o//<s SYNOPSIS. Murray Sinclair and his gang of wreck- era were called out to clear the railroad tracks at fcnioky Green. McCloud, a young: road superintendent, caught Sin- clair and his men in the act oi" looting the wrecked 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- Cloud's brave fight against a gang of crazed miners and that was the reason for the superintendent's appointment to his high office. McCloud arranged to board at the board...

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

^TiT ii„,-.aifcVir • riTrynvi jJfcieE-iiL. ife > Statei orient of" Oonclition of The Atl eo f Oi N Oi t s o n sl I B si n ic Loans and Discounts and Overdrafts $103,871.79 Bankinghouse, Furniture and Fixtures 7,351.32 Other Real Estate 1,353.60 United States Bonds and Premiums 31,850.00 Cash on Hand and in Banks 132,849.09 76.275.80 Capital Stock $ 50,000.00 Surplus and Profits 3,766.85 Circulation 30,000.00 Deposits — 192,508.95 Other Liabilties 6,00 $276,275.80 The above statement is correct. P. C. WILLIS, Cashier We call your attention to the above statement. See the healthy condition of this bank. We challenge a comparison with any bank in Texas—the strength of this bank, with successful men at its head, its conservative meth- ods, and its liberality to its patrons, its vast amount of cash on hand, makes it as safe as the Rock of Gibraltar, and is a guarantee that your interest will be protected, and makes it able to take care of its customers for what you are justly entitled...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 November 1909

mmm THE ATLANTA 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 11, 1909 No. 13 COMING: Best One There Is Blondin's Big Show UNDER CANVAS Atlanta, Tex., TUESDAY NOVEMBER 16 In the New Scenic Production "The Cowboy, Indian and the Lady" With Betz s Military Band and a Superb Orchestra Largest and Best of All Tent Shows Two Special Gars Parade at Noon Performance at Night Only MASS MEETING SATURDAY EVENING All citizens, ladies and gentle- men who get their mail at the Atlanta postoffice, or live on a rural route out of Atlanta, are urgently requested to meet at the opera hall in Atlanta, Satur- day, November 18th at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. This is a very important meet- ing and you should come without fail because upon this meeting largely depends who will be your postmaster for the next four years. If you live in the city, come; If you live in the country, como; It is all i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 November 1909

ATLANTA NEWS LOYKLACR BROS., Publishers ATLANTA, TEXAS INDIAN CORN AND PELLAGRA. So far the world has depended al- most wholly upon the United States for Its supply of Indian corn. There Is a likelihood now of competition. South America is raising maize in large quantities, and the statement was made in a recent speech by the prime minister of Natal that Natal will ship 240,000 tons of maize to Eu- rope between now and next Decem- ber. A chrious fact in connection with the use of maize for food for human beings is that the disease of pellagra, which is said to result from eating musty corn, has been widely preva- lent in southern Europe for many fears, but has never been noticed un- til recently in the United States, says Milwaukee Wisconsin. There is a greater use of corn for food in the United States than in all the othei countries of the world. It may be that in the handling of corn-meal the dealers in European countries have aot been so careful as those in the United States, or ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 November 1909

m HgP ipi ■y s 1 ISPEW(r SML By IeankH.Speabman. ILLUSEBATIONS BY ANDRE BOWEES co/=>Y&/<?//r by Cms Scf?/at/fft'-s <5o.-vs 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 looking the wrecked 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 tecame 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 for the superintendent's appointment to his high office. McCloud arvanged to board at the boarding house o.' Mrs. Sin- clair, the ex-foreman's deserted wife. Dicksie Dunning was the daughter o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 November 1909

IE ATLANTA NEWS E301JIPTION $1.00 PER ANNUM *o. ii. Lovelace Fred Lovelace Publishers. Hired at the postoffice at Atlanta ? Testis, as second-class mail matter JDISPLAY ADVERTISING Sing;le insertion per inch 10c Six months or more 7 l-2c AH 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 Hue, 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. Sevv sral citizens of the county are to t fry an acre or two in wheat the eon ving season. In the w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 November 1909

a; P^1 i .. -fc Estate Gas Ranges TESTATE Gas Ranges are stoves with a reputa- tion of forty years back. The leading gas built ■* iii Free On [STATE tiKOiLE Request ^ range sold in Shreveport to-day. They are practical, durable and economical. 1 = * •$* & ■& * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 4* 824 Texas St. 8HREVEPORT, LA. Aceits for Tiipple Effect and Sunburst Heaters: the Best on the Market- IP you are interested in the purchase of a gas range send us your name and we will mail you free of charge a beautiful illustrated booklet showing a complete line o family gas ranges, and giving you many valuable points natural gas. Oven Construction TDSTATE gas ovens are built so as to have fresh air from the outside continuously passing through the oven (follow arrow points in cut). Having two separate solid bottoms whioh form air flues, it is impossible for foul airs and odors to come in contact with your baking. Natural gas contains lots of impurities which should not be a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 November 1909

C.v^.0 :BNON MOUN PATRIOTISM m TO A/ which he thought worthy enough to buy. The light wasn't good on the afternoon in mind and all that one pilgrim could make out of a book's title, above which was written Washington's name, wa* the Wmr'-ig M/sS AMD IV/4 3 H/M er, cease! The Reason Why. I wonder why men don't take more interest in the primary!" "Possibly because it is a secondary consideration."—Baltimore American. Thirteen Chicago University Pro- fessors 0. K. the Statement. Holy Book Is Neither the Compen- dium of Truth Nor Theology, De- clares an Official Editorial in the Biblical World. Chicago.—The divinity school of the University of Chicago gave the world another startling bit of advanced the- ology when the 13 editors of the Bibli- cal World put their O. K. on the state ment that the Bible is not a compen dium of ethics and never was intend- ed to be. The argument appeared in the form an editorial in the magazine, of which Prof. Ernest DeWitt Burton, D. head of the departmen...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 November 1909

'-J/ -A BlgS THRI SHIPWRECK TftLE SEVEN SURVIVORS OF THE STEAMER GERE ARE LANDED AT PHILADELPHIA. i |I| EACH MAN FIGHTS FOR SELF Those Who Are Unable to Swim Sink One by One—Life Boat Is Nearly Swamped. ( Hi •affcjvr iJM: I§s|8B|| Philadelphia.—In the foundering of the Norwegian steamer Gere, six miles from the Winter Quarter lightship, which is stationed 50 miles south of the Delaware Capes and 16 miles at sea, eight men were drowned and sev- en had a narrow escape. The seven who were saved arrived here on the British steamer Arroyo, which took them from the lightships. The men saved are Julius Meyer, the captain, and six seamen. They tell a thrilling story of shipwreck In which everyone was for himself. In English that could scarcely be understood they said the Gere, which left here with a crew of 15 and a cargo of coal for Sagua la Grande, Cuba, en- countered rough weather after passing out the Delaware Capes. Off the Win- ter Quarters lightship an unusually heavy sea struck the ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 November 1909

m-r . ;V'"< ' w*m K\- $181 ill®4 040<t04K3Q Q*0^0*0*0^*0*0*0*0*0*040*0*0#0^c*0*0404c>#04040#040< We Have Planned a Most Interest ing Contest for All Little Girls In Cass County t0 :re>M2 W •E'VE a most inter- estiug puzzle for you to solve—and each little girl will be given a most interesting little book- let fully explaining the puzzle and telling her how she can make the little "Buek'9" range shown in the above picture, her little range. This interesting puzzle contest will close December 13, go come now girls, get your puzzle and little book and get busy. Come at once to the store and learn all about our contest. B. F. Ellington & Co. 4* 4* & 4* * 4* * 4* 4* 4* 4* * * 4* 4* * 4f * * 4* * * £ 4* 4* * * 4* 4^ * * * Our Big Bargains Draw Large Crowds Our advice to those who intend to buy a win- ter suit or dress, is to buy it now. The longer you delay the less certain you will be to get what you want. A complete stock of everything in the cloth- ing line is al...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 November 1909

THE ATLANTA NEWS SUPPLKIVIENT, NOV. 11, lOOO ■MM- FARMERS! Did you know that if you left your money with us, if you should ever want to borrow any, yoa xvill have a prefferenee 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 chauge in your pocket, as you can write a check for the exact amount- which will be your receipt. We h*ve the only Steel Lined Bank Vault in the county. - Bring your valuable papers to us for safe keeping. :: :: :: :: First National Bank, JNO. J. ELLINGTON, Presl J. Vy. KING, Cashier JNO. T. CHAMBLEE, V-Pres. H. McCLEAN, Accnt. MARVIN SCOTT, Collector. SHEPFARO DEBATING SOCIETY MEET Tha New« should have ,?iven credit last week to the Dallas News for the article about Cass County's miniature house being made by J. B. McClung with bis pocket knife. What absurd things do sometimes get into the papers. Notice , Nov. 12.—We will run our gin on Friday and Saturday on- ly. Gibson & Co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 18 November 1909

THE ATLANTA NEWS .LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspapee'^the People" $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. X IF WE COULD SEE YOU FACE TO MCE If we could see you faae to face, we could prove to you be- yond the shawdow of a doubt the advantges of the famous Byrne Practical Bookkeeping, Business Training, and Simplified Short- hand, also our practical course of Telegraph and Railroad work; we copld show vou clearlv how it i« that we can turn out n, t e:ter stenog apher or bookkeeper and duit in three month's less time than when we used to teach t he systems that are now being' used in other schools. This saying of three months' time mean:* much to the prospective studeDt; at a conservative salary of $60 per mouth, the three month's time would amount to $150, threw months' board at $12 Would amount to $36, or a total saving of $180. to say nothing of the fact that the student of our scnool gets three months' practicial experience, while the student of the other school is jus...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 18 November 1909

I * IT THIS season of the year hardly a train leaves any of the railroad sta- tions of a great city but what it bears half a dozen enthusiastic sportsmen in search of the thrills to be found only in the woods of the far north and northwest. Thousands of dollars are ■pent for the purpose of securing a chance to ■boot an antleerd buck as he roams over his na- tive heath. Preparations for these trips are made long in advance. As an old friend said one time ■bout fox hunting, "Half the fun in the sport is getting ready, hacking to the meet and the long ride home with plenty of good tobacco." So are the days spent on the trail, getting into the big game country, nearly always from 90 to 200 miles irom the end of the railroad. m didn't cross the divide be- fore the snow came, we never would. Therefore we planned to start the following morning, but when morning came we found our tent entirely covered with drifted snow, the wind blowing a gale and the air full of blind ing, cutting snow. It...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 18 November 1909

X feQ® G' If You Want Genuine Satisfaction, Come Here M G&O 'p You could go all the way from here to New York and back again and never see a better line of clothing than we're showing this season. Every department is chock full of snappy goods; and there is a great va- riety of styles and colors that everyone is afforded a splendid opportunity to display his individual taste. y.;- - Not only in the clothing line do we lead, but our va- Wsi rious lines are complete. Below we give a few: {O^. V S--V s> •Un-Heard-Of PRICES 2rS m $ $ & 8s Furnit ure Our line of Furniture, is complete in every detail including Dressers, Bed Room Suits Wardrofces. Dininin^ Chairs Rockers, Iron Beds, Etc- and many other articles too numerous to mention At Prices that satisfy W/ l::1 'T,iford i:- in the lionr'r of n. oof- ton (.imitrv, and necessarily a cot- ton i:iill would be a great thing for the, town and this country. And we are also near as fine a truck grow- ing region as there is in Texas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 18 November 1909

THE ATLANTA NEWS. SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER ANNUS T jno. L. Lovelace a, Fred Lovelace Publishers, Entered at the postoffice at Atlan fca Texas, as second-class mail matter DISPLAY ADVERTISING Single insertion per inch - —-10c Six months or more — " 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, 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. EDITOR'S NOTICE Those who are due us as much as $1 00 will please call as soon as possible a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 18 November 1909

% ess- Execution of Ferrer Causes Trou- ble in Europe. M: Pi ijf Hi I Life of Alfonso of Spain Placerf in Greater Danger by Shoot- ing of Rebel at ' Barcelona. fm i-- Barcelona.—The execution of Prof. Francisco Ferrer, the Spanish educa- tor and convicted revolutionist, has thrown many of the countries of Eu- rope into a state bordering on civil war and made more dangerous the lives of the monarchs. Especially is it an added menace to King Alfonso of Spain. Prof. Ferrer was shot October 13 at the fortress of Montjuich, in which he bad been" since his condemnation by a court-martial. The doomed man faced the firing squad without flinching and fell dead at the first volley. Except for a momentary expression of emo- tion immediately preceding his death Ferrer retained his composure to the last. His attorney, M. Galceran, who had defended the prisoner so loyally as to bring about his own arrest for improperly addressing the court, had obtained permission for a brief talk with the revolu...

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