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

LiOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors The Newspaper for the People $1.00 A YEAR TN ADVANCE Vol. X Atlanta, Cass County, .Texas. Thursday. December 30, 1909 No. 20 We are very thankful to the public for the patronage they have given us, since we began Hu9ine9S here. We wish yoa A Happy New Year We solict your further patronage and promise to have something good for you to eat—and you oan get your meals at all liours. By ran* Hill GASS COUNTY TEACHERS' INSTITUTE, The snow that tell last'Fridav and Saturday night still lies up- on tht- ground, and bids fair to remain with na for some days to come. As 1 remember it has been eleven years since we nad such fail of snow in Dececbeber Had we sown wheat it would have been fine upon it There has been more oats sown the past fall than usual, most of them being of the turf or winter variety, so 1 think the snow will be of advantage to them as well as to the general crop for next year. It is hard to tell just now^| upon the subject but wil...

Publication Title: Atlanta News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 30 December 1909

ATLANTA NEWS LOVBLACI BROS., Publisher* Two Pretty Styles. ATLANTA, TEXAS MATCHED AT HIS OWN GAME "Traveler Had Journeyed Far, But Evi« dently There Were Things He pfefj ■ Had Not Heard Of. Shakespeare's dictum: "Home-keep- ing youths have ever homely wits," s neems to he qualified by the appended fitory, quoted from a writer in the Jllchmond News-Leader: "Echoes," remarked the great trav- eler, "are queer things. They're queer for two reasons—their cause, and the vaBt differnce in their sounds. Sci- ence has explained why there are echoes, hut it can't tell why one should reverberate with bass tones in response to a shrill tenor yell, while •mother reverses this, or responds nat- urally." "I reckon you've heerd a number o' Echoes?" hazarded the young man, whose farthest trip from home was a ilistance of 39% miles. "Rather! I recall one in Switzer- land; the echo rolled for just four sec- onds—no more, no less. Then there's :>ne in the Pyrenees that jumps six times; first loud an...

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

ra&MK mil fifu Mm lip nn :-V5: m 1M m §P H :Ji. mm DANK H. SPEAHMAN O I LLL)c3 JRAT10N6 ° BY ANDRE BOWLE76 O COPYRIGHT 1908 BY CHAS 3CRIBNETR'j sons 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 rsmall sum—a treat for the men. McCloud -discharged the whole outfit and ordered tile wreckage burned. McCloud became Acquainted with Dicksie Dunning, a girl •of the west, who came to look at the ■wreck. "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 r the superintendent's appointment to "fcls office. McCloud arranged board at the boarding house of Mrs. Sinclair, the ex-foreman's deserted wife. Dicksie Dun- ning was the daughter of the late Rich- ard 'D...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 30 December 1909

I ATLANTA NE \VS V r. ' ' 3RIPTI0N $1.00 FEB A S NUM Bfef ' lovelace Lovelace Fnbli! iha ra. I at the postoffice Tit Atlanta as second-class mail mutter ft DISPLAY ADVERTISING lb- Sirgle Insertion per inch. i1-0c |> Sia; months or more. l- 2c ■' All ads.run and charged for until ordered discontinued. . LOCAL ADVERTISING * Each insertion, per line. 6c ff| Notice All advertising copy should be in f. this office not latter than Wednesday £ noon. ' if Church and society notices are given k- frtte insertion, but must be handed in before Wednesday. Obituaries and cards of thanks will be charged for at the rate.of 2 centa a Hue. No poetry or verse accepted for iblication, unless the editor should op into rhyit e. Country corespondents should get their letters to early in the week. Avoid silly neighborhood notes. If you have some important neighbor- hood happening to report, such as deaths, births, marriages, meeting. ANNOUNCEMENTS --V- We are authorized to announce the following candida...

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

* % ■ wm In Jewelry, Etc. Up Must Sell These Goods AT ONCE. in Order to M[eet Some Obligations., On account of the extremely bad weather on the 23 and CARD OF THANKS, We are very grateful to the People of Atlanta and sur- rounding country for the! r patronage during the past year, and especially do we thank you for the fine holiday trad# you have given uss vVe wish you a happy New Year and prosperity in the future. City Book Si ore. Women Today China □♦0#0^0^040^0 O^Q^C)^0^0#0*0^0^0#0^0^0^040^0^0^04040^ 3 24 instant, my sales on holiday goods, etc. were not as great as they would have been, had it been nice weather, and now to dispose of these goods and also a big line ot' watches, rings,—infact every- thing in the jewelery line, I am going to make some big reductions ; in order that I may raise enough to meet my obligations on January. 100 Watches ranging in price from $1.00 to $35.00. 500 Solid Gold Rings, including some nice Diamonds Everything goes at greatly reduced prices. If ...

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

P: IS TIME r5&3 The Two Sentinels" in North Calaverae Grove. (HE greatest forest in the world is the Giant forest it contains more than 3,000 treeB more than 300 teet high, with girth exceeding 56 feet, and numberless oth- ers of the same speqies, but o£ sm&ll- |if afze. Other famous groves are the Calaveras, South Park, Tuolumne. Fresno, Gen. Grant, National park and Tale river groves. The Calaveras grove was discov I Wed to 1853, and was first described to the "Gardeners' Chronicle," pub- in London. As the Big Trees the Sierras were supposed to be- , long to a new geribs of conifers, a pro- fessor in the University of London to christen this genus , ——-—.o*0Qla, species P'Gigantea." Boon afterward it was proven that the t trees .of the mountains belonged same genus as those of the range, already named the Se- - =■«-— Sempervirens, and this gener- ic Jtame finally prevailed, writes John I* Cowan in Illustrated Sunday Mag aztne. It is worth noting that this ■omenclatare immo...

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

Rettnol In Tftrea Weeks Does What Other Remedies Failed to Do in Four Months. My baby's face was like a raw and bleeding piece of meat I was at my wits' ends what to do. Medicine from three physicians and ointments recom- mended seemed to make the Eczema worse. Then another mother spoke of Resinol which I procured at once—re- member I had no more faith in it than In all the rest I had tried—but I thought it would be wasting only 50c more. Never did I spend 50c to bet- ter advantage, for the first and sec- ond days I noticed a remarkable change, and now at the end of the third week I have my pretty blue eyed, rosy cheeked, cooing baby well again. I am safe in saying he is perfectly cured and the cure was sure- ly something remarkable. Tour Soap and Ointment did in three weeks what everything else I tried failed to do in four months. My baby was positively disfigured, now his complexion is aU right again. v Mrs. H. P. Clemmer, Sunbury, Pa. Method in Their Madness. "Why do so many othe...

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

•- - ' mm Jp Mitt A & HAPPY NEW YEAR ■ L The year just passed has been a mighty prosper- ous one for us and to the many friends and patrons who have aided in making our success possible, we are i; , v '• truly grateful. We are ambitious and we want to make 1910 the biggest and best year in our store's history. We real- ize that only by serving your interest better than the rest can, we hope to accomplish our object—so far 1910 we promise even better and more efficient store service, bigger and if possible better goods and the same rea- sonable prices. We aim to give you perfect stone service. We trust by this means to be favored with your continued patronage. For 1910 we wish you the happiest, most pros- perous year you have ever known. B. F. ELLINGTON & CO. m p - ban of any oth-.r m*ke o.' patterns 1 ai their style, accuracy and simplicity. z^ttSBS^esssasissm^tst 1 Kree. Subscribe today. ,... < *K£3Xi3j:£32 of Heart Trouble Cured by Dr. Miles' Heart Remedy "Before I bega...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 13 January 1910

~£:;v-oV: yr - h s | ^rr- §f§! LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. X Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, January 13, 1910 No. 22 mmm '£&?■:■ ~ ''•$ :.--./£~i GRAND JURY LIST THE SPOT CASH MAN! IS READY FOR BUSINESS AT IW IS NEW STAND Frank Hoghe$ has moved his large Stock of Goods to the Old First National Bank Boild- ing, formerly his Old Headquarters, and is getting down to selling goods right, as has always been his policy. a ■ Prices Gat On All Shoes — ' :• mk He has such a large stock of goods to put in the small space now left after arranging his stock that he is going t-o * mfeke some excep- tional prices on them, in order to make room. Big bargains in Tinware and Enamelware Big lot Heavy Underwear Runing from 50c to 65c 40c Lot of pants worth $150 to go ^ QQ Childrens union suits worth from 35c to 50c to Ar A iip. go from 29C JDC Suspenders worth 85c to 50c to close out at Rfsst quality of outing 50 pi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 13 January 1910

WsC'J w *. SSHJIB^SIOT THE ATLANTA NEWS LOYKUCI BROS.. Publisher* ATLANTA, TEXAS Are we to nave tne crooK-worm dis- ease again this winter? Many football players are now emerging from the arnica stage. In looking into the political future the blind man is under no handicap. lis m'i ; Ia9& Kindly note the few fatalities among the billiardists this season. "S 5 S," the new wireless call for ^help, may mean "Send five simoleons." In arranging uniform divorce laws the whispering variety should be cut out m November broke a record, but wait until we get the official returns from December, A load of tobacco slipped off a wag- on and killed two men in Virginia. A fatal weed. / The man who wears one weight of underwear the year round should not brag about it V-■.. A man of experience would eay that It depends on the barber whether he is an artist or not. King Rameses, the 3,000 year old mummy, ought to create a furore In Philadelphia society. When a man dies his expenses stop, but wheth...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 13 January 1910

I 1 Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters sf Especial Moment to the Progressive Agriculturist A short speech is a good one; so is a letter. It's a good plan to hope for the best, but it's a better plan to hustle for it. The truth In a nutshell is all right in theory, but it would take a squirrel to find it A cream separator pays for itself from increased profits. How many •other machines do this? The merchants all buy where they can do the best. Do you believe they should deny that privilege to you? Live at home on what you raise yourself and at the end of the year you will find that you have saved enough to go see the people "back home." Only once have monthly cotton ex- ports from the United States exceed- •ed 180,000,000, and that was last month with an aggregate of $88,883,- 350. The total for the year will prob- ably go beyond $500,000,000. If not king, cotton is still a prominent sprig •of royalty. It is all right for the city man to say the farmer is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 13 January 1910

mi ——, ISBai fP$m I \- -v-- ATLANTA NEWS SUBSCRIPTION #1.00 PER ANNUS 3d j*o. L. Lovelace 1 A, Fred Lovelace J Entered at the postoffice at Atl ot a Texas, as second-class mail matter H DISPLAY ADVERTISING Single insertion per inch •—•10c Six months or more.— —< *"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 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. s 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. W' ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce the following cand...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 13 January 1910

' |0#0^04C4040#04040#04040^ I LOCAL AND PERSONAL g m ■ • ■ - - I MENTION. <K240*0*0^0#0#04040^040^040 $1.25 Broadcloth at Eram- bert's afc$1.00. Wade MeClung was here from Texarkana the first of the week. Prank Ford of West Texas, was here the first of the week. Big lot outing at Eramberts, 6£c yd. Born, to Mr and Mrs R. 'E. Smith a girl, Monday morning. Big sale on fancy vests at the One Price House. Justin Rives of Vivian was here Tuesday circulating with old friends. All kinds'* evaporated Califor- nia dried fruits, cheap, at Jno. Hughes & Co Charley Gowen came in from Dallas the first of the week, to visii his parents, Dr. and Mrs. Gowen of Queen City. 8 pounds good roasted coffee at Erambert's for $1, bucket coffee, 69c, For Sale—Young jersey cow with young calf. Apply to W. S. Baker. 20-21 Say People We find -our selves with en- tirely too much clothing; if you want bargains come to see us, Jno. Hughes & Co. LOW PRICES I have a complete stock of Dry goods, clothing,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 13 January 1910

whispe by Fbank H. Spearman ^ o i lluc5jrat!on6 by andre" bowleg COPYRIGHT 1908 BY CHAS SCRJBNER'J JON5 SYNOPSIS. Murray Sinclair and hls gang of wreck- ers were called out to clear the railroad i at Smoky Creek. McCloud, a : road superintendent, caught Sin- and his men in the act of looting : he 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 Jat Quainted with Dicksie Dunning, a girl «f the west, who came to look at the ; wreck. "Whispering" Gordon Smith told President Bucks of the railroad, of Mc- * toud's brave fight against a gang of grazed miners and that was the reason for the superintendent's appointment to office. McCloud arranged board at "the boarding house of Mrs. Sinclair, the ♦j-foreman's deserted wife. Dicksie Dun- ging was the daughter of the late Rich- ard Dunning, who had died of a broken ®®*r* shortly after his wife's demis...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 13 January 1910

m py idfeR 5 m.' PllSjli ££§8®? , [ I . * ml-:. urn jp • i: >•..>. ' V .VI-? iM? '■ ifja S3* V ; is?-• • C* *•- * j'C DIDN'T SEE IT THE SAME WAY Father of Young Missionary Disagreed Violently with Popular Chinese Custom. The young missionary relighted his cigar. "In China, father," he said, "I'd have no trouble in selecting a present foi you." "No?" queried the old man. "No," said the missionary, with a hearty laugh. "The most desirable present to give old folks is a coffin, in China. Ha, ha, ha! And old folks like yourself don't mind it at all. They welcome a coffin as heartily as you'd welcome a box of Havana regalias." "Humph!" said the father, grimly "And if an old Chinaman is ailing,' said the young missionary—"if he has your rheumatic complaint, for instance —then he regards a coffin as an espe cially thoughtful gift. In fact—" But the missionary's father had sud- denly left the room, slamming the door behind him with a certain vio lence. y WOULD BE THERE. "Hey, janitor,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 13 January 1910

T-Brr'Tnx u * i i .it ■ w$m If ! I Subscription in Advance ! Those who are indebted to us for the paper, will please settle same at once. After our issue of the 20th instant, we are going to put our subscription list on a pay in advance basis. No- tice the figures on your paper this week. If there is any error in same please call and we will adjust it. THE ATLANTA NEWS Ballard News We are inclined u> 'hink the tpws forcp h -d a "life bit" t- o tun b fturi g th' iicid^v-. *Thi> ritei m- ant Mrs. S C. Wells, w • k instead of Mrs S C Willis 4 Programme farmers", i n another item should have been progressive farmers. Thp snow interfered with furming operation* 'as* week T« r> 1 *vnr!r ^ I b «j it R progress ut > ; 11 . - < i-j n ?> and will be a great convenience. The Alamance singing class meets Sunday afternoon at one o'clock. These parts have furnished considerable white oak timber for the Atlanta 8tave factory f The recent bad weather has hindered the work some Wha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 January 1910

ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People" LOO A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol, X Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, January 20. 1910 No. 23 3= PURITY IN Methods of preparing Various Products Discussed More Thoroughly Thau ever. Ever since the passage of the pure food law a couple of years ago the discussion of food factory methods have continued to occupy a large share of pub- lic attention. ' Whilfe the origi nal law has remedied a great many abuses which were in / vogue especially in meat and \drug prepreations. a number of processes in other lines were not touched upon. Recently a great deal of at teution has been devoted by var- ious bodies of individuals to study of the methods used in various canning plants. An effort will be made at the com- iug session of congress to have several of the more questional methods made the subject of a new statute. < Among the processes to which exception is taken is the prac- tice in vogue in many canne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 January 1910

Pmmm mm, ■ ■■ • 4R Wi m: m. m mX ¥ m- *f * increasec Price of Erk Teeth. "During the last five years the value of elk teeth has more than trebled," sa!d a western traveler at the Fred- eric, according to the St. Paul Dis- patch. "In 1904 you could get any num- ber of fine specimens in Idaho, Mon- tana, Washington and bordering states for $2.50 apiece. Now you will pay from $7.50 to $10, and they are hard to get for even that The Apache, 8ioux, Comanche Chippewa Indi- ans used to have dozens of them in their possession and traded them for trinkets. But the redskin got wise to their value, and you can buy them from a regular dealer cheaper now than from the Indian. The passing of the elk and the great demand made by the members of the Elk lodge for teeth for emblems have boosted the price." The traveler recited an incident of an Oklahoman who bought a robe cov- ered with elk teeth from a Wichita Indian for $100. He cut off the teeth and cleaned np $2,200 on the deal. A Drama on the St...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 January 1910

w r- m aS^ mm ► CHANCE TO ACQUIRE AFFINITY Atchison (Kan.) Woman Has an cumbrance She Is Wliling to Part With. Irv If there is any woman in this town or in any other, who sees her affinitj in my husband, this is to notify hej that she can have him by calling at my home, the Hilltop, Atchison, Kan., at any hour she may choose. He grumbles at his meals, he blows his nose into the grate, he puts his feet on the parlor chairs and his head on the parlor cushions; he tells callers that his father was a poor man, and that he never "had any schooling;" he contradicts my statements when I tell of my kinship to the real promi- nent people, and if I don't watch him be "visits" with the hired man, and once asked the milkman to dinner! If there is any woman who sees her affinity in HIM, let her hang around my house a few minutes while I ask him for Christmas money. Then let her take him away if she still wants him.—Mrs. Lysander John Appleton, —Atchison Globe. NATURAL INFERENCE. "I don't like th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 January 1910

wp. m BIS ■ wmm tjS--:' ■ ! THE ATLANTA MJ2WS SUBSCRIPTION #1.00 P$R A .NNUM J^o-L. Lovelace V ^ ^ ^ a , Fbeij Lovelace Entered at the postoffica at A.tlanta Texas, as second-class mail ^natter DISPLAY ADVERTISING Single insertion per inch- ---10c Six months or more..™ All ads. run and charged for nntii ordered discontinued. LOCAL ADVERTISING ,_5C i-s;-1 Each insertion, per line 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 tnanfes will be charged for at the rate^of 2 cents a UlNo 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 noigliborhood. notss. If you have some important neighbor- hood happening to report, such as deaths, births, marriages, meeting. ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce the following ca...

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