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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 January 1910

®lb %. r §^ I ( rb' >p*o*o#o^o^o^o*o^o#o#o#o*o I LOCAL *ND PERSONAL | MENTION. io+C^+040+0+C+0+0+0+0+0+Q Red Rusk Proof Oats at J G Husrhes for everybody. 1 • • v Miss Alice Meredtih is on the sick list this week. * A few more comfort* at oost at Erambert's. Bring us your peas and pea- nuts. J G Hughes & Co. Lindsey Spivey of Texarkana was down this week. ' I ' We want stock peas of all kinds. John Hughes & Co. v Mrs. V. A. Oden and family of Texarkana are here visiting. Look-out for the big reduction sale at Kaleski's next week. Born to Mr. and Mrs Kirk Sellers the 7th, fine girl. T A Miles has a very fine mare for sale. Ladies and children cloaks at sale prices at Erambert's. Mr. G. N McDonald, of Mars- hall Marble Works, was here on business this week. Keep your good eyes on Erambert's BARGAIN COUNT- ER. You can't afford to mjss this. Fresb oysters every Saturday at, Powell's Restaurant. Erambert & Son are closing out their millinery at cist and below cost Get busy...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 January 1910

THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVCLACB BROS.. Publish*™ ATLANTA, TEXAS KM?-- ■' GROWING COST OF LIVING. The statistics of production gath- «red by the agricultural department of the government show that the per sapita production of all the staple farm products of the country, except sheep, c increasing. This being true, how can the growing cost of living be account- ed for? In spite of the greater pro- portionate supply of wheat and corn *nd cattle, we are confronted with con- itantly rising prices for bread and meat, says Philadelphia Record. We nave more cotton and dearer cotton cloths. The simple explanation of •hort suppply put forth by the pam- pered monopolies which control the buying and selling of our staples is contradicted by the fact. The alleged scarcity is only an excuse for rapine. How long can we keep on at our pres- ent gait of advancing the cost of food and clothing 50 per cent, and rents 28 oer cent, while there is only a contem- poraneous offset of 20 per cent in the Torm of i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 January 1910

I ■ sE = SS* K& - ; V < Pill SPes 5 :^v V' m • SBS b Iran k H. Spearman. UlUSTBATIONS BY ANDBE BOWIES copy&fCAT or Cms <Sc#/svcfrs Sous SYNOPSIS, Murray Slncflalr and his gang of wreck- ers were called out to clear the railroad -'tracks at Smoky Creek. McCloud, a "young road superintendent, caught Sln- -ciair and his men in the act of 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. "Whispering" Gordon Smith told President Bucks of the railroad, of Mc- * Cloud's brave fight against a gang of erased -miners and that was the reason for the superintendent's appointment io his olHce. 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- a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 January 1910

• \ < ' 1 Wi^f. ' " •M'-; fr -V •- ,V *9' This , , 1 Atlanta v HVews and The Atlanta Constitution 3 times a week One Year For $1.50 ' 1? > • • ^ "v. PS f - • • '• ; ■ V .' * IV- 1 • ' • V . /- V v ■<-X*y¥-*sSk r it; V. _ M--/v- ■ -/ Wv-<- M . ■>?•'7 j, ■ !' * i. mk F3o® 3 ' r '■■'■>" ■ . • ■•:• ~ , •■■ .-v". --. r ••-- r>V-'A- ■ , A<~ Wants your job work. We will make special efforts to fill your orders promptly. Oar work is as good ag the best. Try ug. Mail orders get our special attention. = " w- wWw-'ysm ■ •«? a w mm M; 'km Atlanta Hews and The Farm and Ranch One Year $1.50 \ { \ F*f« i v m '53 J 'X' Fort V -y'£ " „ ; -/* Wpr tti Record twice a week and Atlanta News One Year $1.60 m LOVELACEBROTHERS w The Dallas "^iTews Semi-W eekly The A tlanta News One Year $1.50 faippfel ifc II *

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 January 1910

aPPI: m §s§s[ m NEWS $ £«&£ IS Sv- : LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. X Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday. January 27. 1910 No. 2£ RURAL TELEPHONE SERVICE EXTENDED > m B V Nevelle, local manager of the Southeast Telegraph and Telephone Company, here is making a strong fight for rural lines. He is to be commended for th e interest he is taking toward developing the town and country. Jim Embree is assisting in soliciting contracts for these lines. He informed us Satur- day, that it did not take much soliciting to get the telephones as the people were real anxious to secure them. A number of extensions are being made. Ballard communi- ty, 3 lines, Ravana,«l line, Viola, i line; and a number other lines out of Atlanta, and Queen City, embracing something like 80 new subscribe rs. pftr* tm- Stops itching instantly, Cures piles, eczema, salt rheum, tetter, itch, hives, herpes, scabies— Doan's Ointment- At any...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 January 1910

it $51 Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters gf Especial Moment to the Progressive Agriculturist Overlook small faults in men if you desire to get a large return. If we cannot say a good word for a neighbor, better say nothing at all. No matter what you may think, it is business to get and keep the dairy herd free from tuberculosis. Hundreds of acres do not bring happiness. Sometimes it seems hap- piness is lost while we are getting the acres. The Austrian minister of agricul- ture says the world id as short of wheat as it was a year ago. One level- headed statesman at all events. "How shall we warm our houses?" asks a contemporary. Did you ever try habitual family quarreling, neigh- bor? That Is a sure temperature raiser. Maybe the toxin and root-disease professors have the right end of the argument, but the fence-corner ma- nure pile looks like the dollars to the Teed chopper. In the old days the master who 111- •ed or abused his slaves soon lost Ae respec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 January 1910

£'vv, doctors failed. restored by peruna, Catarrh of the Lungs Threatened Her Life. Hiss Ninette Porter, Braintree, Ver- mont, writes: "I bare been cured by Pernna. "I had several hemorrhages of the lungs. The doctors did not help me mnch and would never have cured me. "1 saw a testimonial in a Pernna almanac of a case similar to mine, and I commenced using it. "I was not able to wait on myself When I began using it. I gained very •lowly at first, but I could see that it was helping me. "After I had taken it a while I com- menced to raise up a stringy, sticky substance from my lungs. This grew less and less in quantity as I continued the treatment. "I grew more fleshy than I had been for a long time, and now I call myself well." WITH THE BOHEMIANS. The Poet—Just avoided a serious ac- cident. old chap. While the wind storm was raging the fence blew down and 1 had to dodge a billboard. The Artist—You are lucky, my friend. In a few hours I'll have to dodge a boardbill. A TRAIN LOAD OF ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 January 1910

:: . - •;? >/" :>'.v mt&Si ' m ATLANTA XI: 1.VS DRIPflON $1.00 PER AJSTI fUM L. Lovelace , Fred Lovelace PublisJaerrs. at the postoffice ? t Atlanta as second-class mail m atter DISPLAY ADVERTISING insertion per inch « 3ix~months or more.... — All ads. ran and charged for until discontinued. LOCAL ADVERTISING 5c 3h 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, but must be handed in r before Wednesday. , Obituaries and cards of thanks will v« charged for at the rate.of 2 cents a No poetry or verse accepted for publication, unless the editor shomd rop into rhyme. Country correspondents should get heir letters In early in the week. Lvoid silly neighborhood notes. It have some important neighbor- happening to report, such as iis, births, marriages, meet ing. iOUNGEMENTS We are authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to the action of the Democratic Pr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 January 1910

If . m MENTION. ■ & & > l-i <K)#0#0^0*0^040^0#0^040#0#0 1 LOCAL AND PERSONAL * m • - & / f? ^♦0*0#040^040404040^040#0 Bring your Jaundrv to Long's Barber shop Titus County ha3 had tourfceen years of district officers, Cass four. You cannot buy a better ferti- lizer than the Virginia—Caro- lina Chemical Fertilizer, sold by F M Greene. / Nice lot of turkeys to raise from, gentle as chickens. Will sell at once. Mrs. Frank Hughes. J.M,Hutchius went to Bloom burg Tuesday in summons to a message that his relative, George Hutch ins was dead. Frank Haynes won the prize on corn by using the Virginia- Carolina Chemical Fertilizer, sold by F M Greene. Mrs ElizaBentley,of Gatesville is here visiting relatives this week. Pecan, Wf per lb, 2 lbs 25^* Ornges worth 40 cants, now 30— cents. J.G. jjughes & 00. F M Greene is selling: the fa- mous Virginia—Carolina Chem- ical Fertilizer. It is a prize winner and a crop maker. 0. K. Tongate writes u s from Wichata Falls to change t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 January 1910

E ATLANTA NEWS LOVBLACI BROS., Publishers TEXAS IDENTIFIED BY THUMB MARKS m ml Cheyenne Bank with Many Forelgr Depositors Has Found This Method Effective. Martin S. Steel of Cheyenne, Wyo., eays the old Chinese system of identi- fication by thumb marks has been adapted to modern banking, and the method is now in practical use in the First National bank of Cheyenne as a meana of identifying the signatures of the many foreigners who carry depos- its in that institution. 'In fact, the thumb mark has be come as necessary on checks drawn by this class of the bank depositors as is the written signature of the drawer of the check," said Mr. Steele. "The system has been in use almost two years now, and in that time the bank has not had the least trouble with its foreign depositors, but instead has found that the arrange* ment works to perfection. "There are probably more national- ities represented in and around Chey- enne than in almost any other city of the country. The great mining camps...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 January 1910

BIW -Vr PRESIDENT SENDS SPECIAL MESSAGE Makes Recommendations as to Com- merce Law and the Trusts tfOULD CONSTITUTE. A SPECIAL COURT •Judges to Have Power to Act in Certain Specified Cases — Wisdom of Federal Incorporation of Indus- trial Companies Suggested—Scope of Present LawToo Wide }'■ " i h- Washington, Jan. 7.—The following is President Taft's message to congress on the subject of needed legislation re- garding the interstate commerce law and s*he control of the trusts: To the Senate and House of Represent- atives : I withheld from my annual mes- •«age a discussion of needed legislation ■Under the authority which congress has "*to regulate commerce ..between the states mod with foreign countries, and said that J would bring this subject-matter to your ^attention later in the session. According- ly, I beg to submit to you certain recom- mendations as to the amendments to the interstate commerce law and certain con- siderations arising out of the operations ■*i the anti-trust l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 January 1910

Wk?m -- The Atlanta ✓ News and > ' The Atlanta Constitution 3 times a week One Year For $1.50 The Atlanta News and Tlie Farm and Ranch One Year $1.50 \ a f he Atlanta News Wants your job work. We will make special efforts to fill your orders promptly. Our work is as good as the best. Try us. Mail orders get oar special attention. Lovelace Brothers Fort Worth Record twice a week and Atlanta News One Year $1.50 The Dallas Wews Semi—TV eekly The Atlanta News One Year $1.50 mmmm

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 3 February 1910

"The Newspaper foe the People" .00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, February 3, No. 25 Vol, FOB TREASURER CHANGES HANDS s&tf; w m FERTILIZERS! Ask your Merchant for TRI STATE — FERTILIZER — I recommend TRI STATE as the best fertilizer. Marketed 500 orates of tomatoes per acre season, 1909. C. C. Slover, Dialville, Tex. I gathered 225 bushels of Irish potatoes per acre- all shipping size-in May 1909 from TRI STATE fertilizer. Never used as good fertilizer before. J. P. Hammock, Greenwood, La. I got better results from TRI STATE fertilizer on cotton and truck than any I ever used. H. A. Paoe. Arp, Texas. TRI STATE is the best fertilizer I ever used. Will buy no other as long as it can be had. W. L. Carlisle, Bivins, Texas. TRI STATE results are better than from any fertilizer I ever used. L P. Lummus. Atlanta, Texas, If your merchant does not handle TRI STATE FERTILIZERS, ask ns what Merchants do- Mitchell & Hu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 3 February 1910

||f£§|pK^ " " :' 1 : *.• -~ THE ATLANTA NEWS 1 ? ■= LOVELACE BROS., Publishers ATLANTA, TEXAS JUST FOLLOWING THE BAND m Peculiarity of Colored Man Is His In- tense Liking for Anything in Na- ture of a Parade. Once upon a time a Philadelphia lawyer came south. He had a pair of big spectacles, an inquisitive mind, and he wanted to know, says Harris Dickson, in Success Magazine. With his southern friend he was hurrying to the courthouse. A negro parade blocked the street; negroes in car- riages, on horseback, on foot; ne- groes with sworrts and axes; stumpy negroes with Masonic banners, lean negroes with Pythian devices, fat ne- groes with Odd Fellows' insignia, miscellaneous negroes with miscel- laneous emblems. The Philadelphian pushed through the crowd and ran back in great ex- citement. "What's it all about? What are they doing?" The southerner couldn't , explain, but beckoned to a very intelligent young negro—who, by the way, was a prominent politician—and asked: "Tom, what's the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 3 February 1910

I Prominent • People WOOD TO BE CHIEF OF STAFF I BE Maj.-Gen. Leonard Wood, now in command of the department of the east, will be the next chief of staff of the army. Secretary Dickinson made this announcement recently. Gen. Wood will succeed Gen. J. Franklin Bell, whose term at the head of the general staff will expire next spring. Gen. Wood's rise in the army has been one of the most spectacular in its history. Entering the medical corps as an assistant surgeon in 1886, he has been promoted by leaps and bounds, so that, next April, when he assumes his new duties at the war department, he will be at the head of the local army. He is only 49 years of age. Attention was called to Wood before he had been in-the army six months. While serving in the capacity of assistant surgeon he voluntarily carried dispatches through a region infested with hostile Indians, making a Journey of 70 miles in one night and walking 30 miles the next day. In the same campaign he took command of a detachmen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 3 February 1910

|£y - THE ATLANTA NEVfjSi SUBSCRIPTION 91.00 PER ANN tf! 1 jno. L. Lovelace 1 publishers. w a. Pbed Lovelace j Entered at the postoffiee at Atl mta Texas, as second-class mail matter DISPLAY ADVERTISING | - Single insertion per inch.— Six months or more..™ —--7 1-* All ads. run and charged for until ordered discontinued. LOCAL ADVERTISING Each insertion, per line..— 6c 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 id before Wednesday. , ... Obituaries and cards of thanks wiii be charged for at the rate of 2 cents line. No poetry or verse accepted for publication, unless the editor shoulo drop into rhyme. Country correspondents should get their letters in early in the week. Avoid silly neighborhood notes. If * ; w v 4- noicrhhrn1- you have some important neighbor hood happening to report, such at deaths, births, marriages, meeting. We are authorized to announce the following...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 3 February 1910

li - ' 'F! TSfiiJii; '< §§|:£f %% — ■^■^'Wj!1.,1"!.1^ 11 'U-1- is -A 15? w -Jpy-' w§ m |M> ' *0*0*0*C*C*0#0#0*04040*Q40 I LOCAL AND PERSONAL | MENTION. | S04040#040404040#0#040#0#0 a Join the Pressing Club. T. R Richey has purchased the Tom Elgin place, Go to W A Howe for anything you want and if he has not got it he will order it for you. Will Rutherford of Commerce is assisting R T Cope in the Jewelery store this week. A big lot of that Big Dol- lars worth of coffee at. W A Howe's. It is giving the best of satisfaction Join the Pressing Club. W A Howe has good Northern flour $1.50per sack, cash. F L Frost was in the city this week shaking 'hands with the people. Judge V D Glass was in the city Tuesday. You cannot buy a better ferti- lizer than the Virginia—Caro- lina Chemical Fertilizer, sold by F M Greene. J.L. Barnette has opened up a grocery store in the T.F. Perkins stand, the building has been re- painted and a fre9h stock of fancy and staple groceries being put in, Mil...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 3 February 1910

CBjw ma SCIENCE AND INVENTION NOTES. Sunlight is said to check influenza epidemics. Horses seldom suffer from decayed teeth. Rubies are practically Indestructible except by fire. Japan is building her first home- made locomotives. There are "blind spots" on the tongue which are insensible to certain flavors. An envelope or package sealed with the white of an egg cannot be steamed open. About one gallon of fuel alcohol can be distilled from three gallons of mo- lasses. Lightning is estimated to cost from 700 to 800 human lives in the world every year. Denmark exports nearly $50,000,- 000 worth of butter to Great Britain each year. At Yale university there is a skull of a prehistoric animal which meas- / ures nine feet long and six feet broad. Yakutsk, the commercial emporium of eastern Siberia, is the coldest city in the world. The damming of the river Nile has conferred such benefits upon Egypt that the capacity of the Assouan dam will be doubled, to bring 1,000,000 more acres of la...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 3 February 1910

: *1 Baft' ■■gpgafl &'> • - Men's Feet Growing Larger. Brockton, Mass.: A local expert says that men's feet are larger than they used to be and that there is evi- dence of this in the increased demand for the large sizes in shoes, more eights and nine being made up than ever before, with a run on sizes even larger. Keep Smiling. Recall what the fool thinketh in his heart. Disappointed human nature does deserve pity, but it is not good to give it. Brace up. Curtiss Makes New Record1. Los Angeles: Glenn H. Curtiss, the American aviator who was completely eclipsed by Louis Paulhan with his spectacular feats on the first day of the aviation meet here Monday, de- feated his French rival in the race for the honors of Tuesday. His record is fifty-five miles an hour. Cockney Dialect in Bible. A Bible printed in 1810 had a line of semi-cockney dialect in Matthew 8:43: "Who hath ears to ear let him hear." Government Forces Defeated. San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua: Rum- ors reached here We...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 3 February 1910

J f I m i & m The Atlanta News find The Atlanta P? - t Constitution 3 times a week \ V - : . \r One Year For $150 fife K- I % -• i' if. The Atlanta News and Tlie Farai and Ranch One Year $1.50 . ISrlwSI (gwttplf ,^£3fe Pipl : ..'i—... INS ■ SR V- , 11 li | . * "-"'T' ; ' ' *4 I ■ 5 -' r. lIMpi - • . ■; j >fh§§ v * * i r#,*' ; -.J"' ■%. Wants your job work. We will make special efforts to fill your orders promptly. Our work is as good as the • ■ • ' ' ■ V " ' ' - ' ' ; ■ • • v:' •: ; • _ best. Try us. Mail orders get our special attention. I '"&£■ mm W-&' > ■ ■ Mm v. :KjmM BM3 i - ?iilw ! * Lovelace Brothers < tl Fort Worth Reeord twice a week and '• Atlanta News One Year $1.50 The Dallas News Semi-Weekly The Atlanta News One Year $1.50 WW m m 2^ i : ill m£*fm

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