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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 14 May 1908

■flip > g*Pgpl§ ISKi §sil ^SsasSiS'fef- siil FURIOUS STORM! Cass and Adjoining Counties Ravaged By Storm of Wind and Rain. *i - ; i1' ' li ;5r 1ST • .V- 1J^ p., - W-, Cass counfcy has had a remark- able week for rains ending with the 18th. Not showers, but floods and torrents. Some wind accompanied the rains. The climax was reached on Wednesday evening about four o'clock,, when began to fall one of the hardest rains ever witness- ed in these parts. It kept up the down-pour for more than two hours Many crops were ruined from the washing. Potatoes were left exposed to the sun, corn washed up, cotton beat into the earth or washed away. The fertilizer which has been placed in the ground has been rendered useless, many farms are in bad condition. Wind came with the rain. Ma- ny trees and out-houses were blown down. J B Meredith's residence was blown from its foundation and the furniture bad ly smashed and otherwise dam- aged. None of the family, how- ever, were hurt. The Bentley shop ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 14 May 1908

MP EsSsSlisarS .. . •' BgBjgfegjjgggSa^ THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS., Publishers ATLANTA, - - - - TEXAS Business Is looking up for the um> brelia man. Prince Helie de Sagan must have a fascinating way about him. Guaranteed cures for anarchists and octopuses are always in order. The cock doth now crow to let you know, if you be wise 'tis time to revise or readjust. What chance has the poor infant born heir to $3,000,000 to become a self-made man? • Hawaii is spoken of as the key to the Pacific, which is like calling the pantry the storm door. Castro defies us and the battleships are on the other side of the world. Still, it might be worse. When the fresh egg shows up one can but admire how the gentle hen im- proves on the cold-storage plant. Alexander E. Orr, of New York city, is said to be a director in more com- panies than any other man living. The pay-as-you-enter cars seem to be more especially popular with thoae who happen to have their nickels handy. Rev. D. C. Hughes, f...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 14 May 1908

pggi j*gs Mr IN THE PUBLIC EYE SWORN ENEMY OF OIL TRUST m Thomas W. Phillips, the millionaire oil oper- ator, whose home is in Newcastle, Pa., is the one independent producer who never bowed to the will of the Standard Oil octupus. His name is synonymous with the oil industry of the United States, and always he has been the implacable foe of this gigantic trust, fighting it in the open, and always in a quiet, unostentatious and telling man- ner. Obtaining wealth through the flow of golden oil from the depths of mother earth, he became widely and popularly known over a vast area of territory and was forced into politics to the bene- fit of the whole country. After his election to congress his greatest achievement was aiding in the passing of the law creating an industrial commission to which was due the establishment of the department of labor and commerce, and the granting of so drastic powers to the bureau of corporations that it was enabled to expose the iniquitous system of rebat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 14 May 1908

m Good Reading! The Atlanta News and Fort W orth Record From Now Until Jan. 1, 1909 for $1.00 r*: *'7/;/, • ' \ The Atlanta News till January 1, '09 50c The Semi-Weekly Record till January 1, 1909, 50c To all who pay*a year in ad- vance to the Atlanta News at emmatmrmxr *•••••• regular rates ($1.00) we will give free a year's subscription to the Southern Agriculturist. Call at the News office or -see one of our representatives on the street. DO IT TO-DAY Lovelace Bros. Local Gin Compression . , —. The cotton Journal takes special pride in its continuous and per- sistent attitude in favor of the compression of spot cotton to the required cubic foot density at the local cotton gin. There is no rhyTie or reason in perpet- uating the old-fashioned method of handling the crop from the gin to compress, which has been the habit for the past thirty years. If the compression of cotton at the local gin was not of such material value to the growers from an economic stand- point, we would not s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 21 May 1908

m. ws 4? LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. VIII PH \ SHOE VALUE When you buy a pair of shoes you have a right to expect something besides good looks, that's only one point There are various other things to be considered: com- fort, durability, style. IMafa-fOiJcp shoes contain these* and a thousand and one other ex- cellences that only 1Ua£k'€)iie# wearers know. SEGAL R&& UiKT. wm, VIA NT PLENTY PEAS Cheaper Than Cotton or Corn on Sp.mo Land or Buying Alfalfa US Naples, Texas, May 16, 1908. To Oar Demonstrators: Do you Know that an acre of our "poor . thin sandy laud, bo plentiful on most East Texas f^rms will produce, under ore1 i . nary conditions, more than a ton of pea hay? It will. Do you know, too, that a ton of pea hay, properly cured, is equal in feeding value to- a ton of Alfalfa? It is! Do you, also, know that the average yield of corn [H?r acre in the Southern states is less than 10 bushels'? If 1...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 21 May 1908

THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS., Props m ATLANTA,' TEXAS Good of Debating Societies. Schoolboys who declaimed "The boy stoodon the burning deck, whensail buttlm ud fled" have been laughed off the platform, and now, like Fourth of July spread-eagle orators, are only a memory of the older generation. But the declaiming schoolboy, for ali his sheepish slurring of words and vocif- erous false emphases, got one great benefit—practice in standing on his feet before an audience. To give his successors similar practice, forensic debating under proper instruction is clearly the thing for upper grammar classes, high schools and academies. Debating means not only speaking but thinking, and is therefore more valua- ble than "speaking pieces." .A recent leaflet of the New England Association of Teachers of English makes a strong plea for the encouragement on the part of teachers and parents of organ- ized debate between schoolboys. It has the excitement of contest, is re- lated to the teaching o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 21 May 1908

V ■ ftPf w, ■T-.'1-*■.'.•!■ J .•, \ '• V ., . .' V-"1" * ',}£• •■?• **•■':■'.f •'■-■ J -t'^T * ."• rr^5 _v iv, -4 ?!-' T/7 ■^KflH'i^rV-.- .W 3 . .-. ! ' "- ROUND THE CAPITAL Information and Gossip Picked Up Here and There in Washington. Present Congress Thus Far Shy on Talk THI& * ;oAG&f^ NOT A 1^ / OO/MGS gooK, if li- ys S' OOO P*6£S WASHINGTON.—Investigation dis closes that congress has not talked so much during this session as many of its critics allege. Other congresses have talked more and have consumed more space in the Congres- sional Record. All this in face of the fact that the present has been widely attacked as a do-nothing congress, bent only on end- ing the session without passing any measure that could be assailed in the presidential campaign—with each member intent on filling as many pages as possible of the Record with burning thoughts for the edification of his constituents, and for impressing them with the idea that the in- cumbent is the best possible man ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 21 May 1908

w, HE ATLANTA NEWS ORIPTION $1.00 PEK ANNUM Jjm. L. Lovelace A, Fred Lovelace Publishers. Entered at the postoffi.ee at Atlanta Texas, aa second-class mail matter DISPLAY ADVERTISING Single insertion per inch 10c Six months or more 7 l-2p 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 aro given free insertion, but must be handed in before Thursday. 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, meetings, etc., send it in; if not, do not write. ANNOUNCEMENTS. All names appearing in this column are su...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 21 May 1908

l#Q£f lllll Mass Meeting JHfeti'Jay according to call oC SRiayor, L F AI Id ay, a mass meeting of citizens was held in the opera house L F Aliday sided Hugh Carney was chosen Secretary. Subscriptions were taken for the cyclone sufferers of Linden rind surrounding country. Af- ter those present had contribut- ed I R Jacobs and L F Aliday were appointed as a committee "■■.no see others and collect sub- scriptions, The following was turned ia by this committee: We, the undersigned, agree to give the amount set opposite our names for the relief of the sufferers of the cyclone at Lin- den and vicinity: B S Aliday " , Atlanta National bank .7 G Hughes & Co. W S Johnson First National bank W A Howe James Sb Graham Wagon sold by B. F. Ellington Co. BIG MAY REDUCTION SALE Aliday McCianjr nes •ley ig Gillespie r Lovelace O Wood M Fletcher D Lanier iifM Gipson Pitts Eramber V C Allen ' C Willie A Powell | J Brooks *oweil & Rhea T Hogan E Hogan E G Griffin Hughes Bros R T Cope B \v Nevi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 21 May 1908

IP§ m J^BOOK RM Plant a tree on arbor day. Keep the lambs growing from the start. The safe bull is the one yoii want to look out for. The lambs should have free access to salt, also good clean water. Trouble with some people is that they have more wishbone than- back- hone. To keep the rats and mice from gnawing harness rub a little castor oil over it. If you did not cut out the borers from the peach, quince or apple trees last summer, do it now. A simple form of filter for the cis- tern can be provided by building a partition of porous brick through the cistern. u V Funny how the cattle seem to find the weak place in the fence every time. One weak spot may make a mile of fencing useless. If the horse has not shed off its "Winter coat and shows lack of thrift he should be clipped before being set lto work in the field. The man who has learned how to grow good crops in dry weather has laid hold of one of the secrets that will help him to make money. When planting a new orchard place ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 21 May 1908

==hs ALMOST A MIRACLE. WOMAN BRAVES FROZEN NORTH, km IK Makes a Trip of 1,100 Miles on Snow* shoes or Dog Sled. After a trip of 1,100 miles through the unknown northland, Mrs. Beech has arrived in Winnipeg with her hus- band and son, none the worse for the trip, which was the longest ever un- dertaken by a white woman under similar conditions, says the New York Press. With 18 dogs, they left their homestead, north of the Churchhill river on December 10, the trip occu- pying a little more than three months. Their adventures and the privations they suffered were far worse than they had expected. Mres. Beech is more than 55 years years old, and the trip was made agafast the advice of traders in the far north. She arrived, however, in excellent health. For the first week the snow was in first-class condition for fast time and they reached the Nelson river on the seventh day out. They found the river flowing, how- ever, and crossing impossible. Food was scarce, and after 23 days in which...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 21 May 1908

SM wjwfe Good Reading! Atlanta News and Fort W orth Record From Now Until Jan. 1, 1909 for $1.00 Sfe The Atlanta News till January 1, '09 50c The Semi-Weekly Record till January 1, 1909, 50c liS;: life - To all who pay a year in ad- vance to the Atlanta N-ews at regular rates ($1.00) we will give free a year's subscription to the Southern Agriculturist. Call at the News office or see one of our representatives on the Street. :: :: :: :: DIREGT0R\ County JUSTICE COURT Precinct 7. Meets Tuesday before the fourth Wednesday in each month. W. F. Cameron, J P S. T. Deason, Constable E. Newt Spivey, County Atty. Cass County Relief Association, meets on or about the 16th of January in each year. P. A. Turner, District Judge. Horace W. Vaughau, District Atty Elmer Browm, District Clerk. Court meets at Linden First Mon- day in February and fourth Monday in August. V. D. Glass, County Judge, E. Newt Spivey, County Attorney. I. E. Lanier, County Clerk. W. C. Blalock, Sheriff. L. 0. Weaver, Tax ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 28 May 1908

I■ I.-: i ■*£ / s| LOVfvLACE BROS., Publish':.:us and Proprietors The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE: Vol, VIII Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, May 2S, 190S No. M i®' Arrow Brand Collars Glupeco Shrunk Wmr mz lm^- tk s mm? ATLANTA MARKETS Cash Prices Carefully Corrected Weekly for lite News \ - , Bpi'liS ■ m ssr ! They Lose Nothing In The Tub Arrow Co JI ars are known and worn wherever collars are worn. Their superiority over others is attested by the fact that more Arrow Collars are sold than fcgjafly other brand manufactured, and sold by the best shops throughout the world. :: :: :: :: We give below cash prices prevailing in Atlanta this week. Of couse, prices on many arti- cles vary according to the grade. Middling coiton 11c Corn, per bushel, 90c Chops, per 100 pounds, SI.75 Bran, " •« " $1.55 Alfalfa, per bale, , 65c Grass hay, " " 40c per dozen, 10c Butter, poind, 15c to 20c Peas, per bushel, $1.25 to $2.00 Bees wax, per pound' 25c Flour, 48 lb. sack,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 28 May 1908

THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS.. Publishers ATLANTA, TEXAS A friend in need often turns out to be a useful "double." Did Methuselah live on sour milk, or buttermilk, or what? Wall street will never get over that taste for bumping the bumps. It is evident that Castro's physician Is no longer prescribing rest and quiet. Oxford is the largest university in the world. It has 21 colleges and five halls. There are 1,567 walled cities in China where there is neither a foreign nor Chinese pastor. Helen Gould might be good enough to remember that the prince doesn't want to marry her. Sometimes Paris would prefer that London should bombard it with shells rather than tourists. The Hollow Earth Exploring club ought to be able to get information at almost any tile works. By this time the fools are wonder- ing whether to take 'em off or wait tintil the rock-the-boat season opens. 'In view of family objections, could Prince Helie be persuaded to take the millions without insisting on the lady? Cal...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 28 May 1908

mm V'V 1 w*§ m <r, ' W JL iwi sS^Er HEED SMALL TOWNS right kind of publicity. ii "Mm l HI a. T: the bulwark and the hope of the country. CENTRALIZATION AS AN EVIL :Building Up of Large Cities, with Their Crowded and Discontented Population, One of the Perils That Menace Nation. 'There are many country merchants Who see their trade gradually slipping away from them—leaving the country and going to the great cities by the ■channel of the mail-order trade, writes "George H. Maxwell in the Michigan Tradesman. There are many country editors who see the prosperity of their towns de- pleted and circulation and advertising income reduced for the same reason. There are very few, however, who realize that their problem is a nation- al one, and that it is wrapped up in and a part of the great fundamental question whether this nation shall be perpetuated or shall be destroyed by the physical degeneration of human- ity, the social unrest, industrial discon- tent, moral and political corruptio...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 28 May 1908

E ATLANTA NEWS SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER ANNUM A Good farmer Seldom has to buy feed Jno, L. Lovelace a , Fred Lovelace Publishers. Entered at the postofBce at Atla nta 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 Wednesday noon. Church and society notices are given free insertion, but must be handed in before Thursday. Obituaries and cards of thanks will b« charged for at the rate of 2 cents a line. |fj No poetry or verse accepted for publication, unless the editor should drop iiito rhyme. Country correspondents should get then' 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. ANNOUNCEMENTS....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 28 May 1908

% ■ W& •if/ m -■ : 1 se- ll Couples riot Married —^— T,vu young rneti giving their names us Sponger Ogdeh and B P Duncan applied to County Clerk Little a bo at three weeks a2:0 and secured marriage lic^n se. Thehom^ of tip brides were given as Cass County, Tex. Some time afterwards the li cense, with the certificate duly filled out and signed by a justice of the peace of Cass County, Texas, certifying, that he had united both couples in the holy bonds of matrimony in that county aud state, were received through the mail by Mr. Little'. He at once wrote the. Texas jus- tice, telling him he had 110 legal right to officiate by virtue of t he Arkansas marriage license. The Texas justice realierl rather tart jy, saying that he believed he . had "just as much .legality" to marry the couples with an Ark' ansas license as Mr. Little had to issue marriage license for young ladies residing in Texas. This logic sounded "funny" to Mr. Little, but it was doubt- less regarded conclusive, if n...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 28 May 1908

- SERIAL*? STORY CVJ THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Author el "THE HAIR CHANCE," ZELDA DAME8QN," Etc. Copyright 1905 by Bobbt-JlerriU Co. CHAPTER V.—Continued. , I shrugged my shoulders and turned toward Glenarm. My grandfather had left me a cheerful legacy of distrust among my neighbors, the result, prob- ably, of importing foreign labor to work on his house. The surly Morgan shad intimated as much; but it did not greatly matter. I had not come to Glenarm to cultivate the rustics, but to fulfill certain obligations laid down in my grandfather's will. I was, so to speak, on duty, and I much preferred that the villagers should let me alone. Comforting myself with these reflec- tions I reached the wharf, where I saw Morgan sitting with his feet dangling over the water, smoking a pipe. I nodded in his direction, but he feigned not to see me. A moment later he jumped into his boat and rowed out upon the lake. When I returned to the house Bates was at work in the k...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 28 May 1908

PLEASANT CURE FOR INSOMNIA, . ■ ■* -x ,■ m: Iff., I Mr. Phligmfnthrow Suggests One That Might Do in Some Cases. "In my own case," said Mr. Phlig- minthrow, "I find that insomnia pro- ceeds largely from worry over money. My nerves are all right and I have a cast-iron stomach. I can eat any- thing and enjoy it, and as a general proposition life looks pretty rosy to me; but still I do occasionally have nights when I can't sleep, when I lie awake worrying over how I am going to make both ends meet. "I never deliberately consider finan- cial questions at night, but I do find that sometimes—and this may be after a most completely comfortable even- ing—financial questions obtrude them- selves upon me after I have gone to bed. "To stave off these unpleasant ques- tions and enable myself to forget them so that I could go to sleep I have tried various familiar methods; I have got out of bed and stood up to make my- self tired; I have recalled and dwelt on pleasant journeys; I have counted fro...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 28 May 1908

; ' * Contest Closes S*"r *' V *:, * * , I "tf! WANT to say to those who are contest- ing for my GRAPHOPHONES that have been advertised in the News since Janu- ary, that the Contest faill come to a'close on the 15th of June 1908. All those who have tickets in said contest, will bring them in by the 15th of June 1908. After that date they will not be counted as I do not expect to continue this .primSum any longer than the date above men- tioned. Please govern yourselves accordingly 4 v * * % * * % *' 4? & § * * & * * * BkI '* * * A. C. Smith f POWEK OS THE FARM To Be Secured by Planting Peas For Forage Purposes Sir IK: IH ii To Our Demonstrators: Last week we had a little talk about an acre of "poor" land planted in peas and corn. Let's discuss it a little further. You will recall my statement that an acre ef East Texas san- dy soil would produce a ton of pea hay. I have been called to account for makiug such astate- ment. Here are the fellows who called me down: John O Walke...

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