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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 10 February 1910

THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAR TN ADVANCE Vol. X Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday- February 10. 1910 I NO. 2G ©♦04040^04040*040<*0#0#040« Q*0< ^AAAnAAAAAAA AArtAAArHAAA AAA / WW FERTILIZERS! Ask your Merchant for TRI STATE — FERTILIZER — I recommend TRI STATE as the best fertilizer. Marketed 500 crates of tomatoes per acre season, 1909. C. C. SI over, 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. Pace.' 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. I. P. Lummus. Atlanta, Texas, If your merchant does not handle TRI...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 10 February 1910

wSSS^ W®m$, BS?:! mmw 'mm® Hp'' ml * bhk w; f " V*l ' CTRIC W ELECTRICAL NOTES. London has a trackless trolley. Monorail systems have proven suc- cessful in India. A steam turbine electric locomotive Is being tried out in England. Mercury ranks next to silver and copper in conductivity of electricity. Buenos Ayres has authorized the construction of an electric subway un- der the city. Wireless telegraph apparatus is pro- hibited in British India except upon government license. London has a new club which is al- most entirely run by electricity, even the waiters being electrical. Searchlights have become a factor iu labor troubles. They are used to illuminate the grounds about factory property. An electric pen has been invented which will prevent forgeries. This pen makes tiny perforations through the paper. Austria is to develop 50,000 electri- cal horsepower from the river Gaska, which will be used for lighting and industrial purposes. The city council of Cincinnati Is planning a s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 10 February 1910

.jhp? Pi P sii# ik' r, *! 4 Hr >* | • 8§ r.'t «yr BREAKS A COLD IN A DAY And Cures any Cough that is Curable. Noted Physician's Formula. This is said to be the most effective remedy for coughs and colds known to science. "Two ounces Glycerine; half ounce Concentrated Pine; Put these Into half a pint of- good whiskey and use in doses of teacpoonful to a table- spoonful every four hours. Shake bot- tle well each time." Any druggist has these ingredients in stock or will quickly get them from his wholesale house. The Concentrated Pine is a special pine product and comes only In half ounce vials each enclosed in an air tight case: But be sure it is labeled "Concentrated." This formula cured hundreds here last winter. NO GOLFING THAT DAY, BUT- Evidently Papa Had Not Neglecte* Other Pastime That Seems Some- how to Go with It. It was customary for Perkins, on leaving his office at noon Saturday, to spend the afternoon joyously outdoors, engrossed with golf balls and high- balls. Being a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 10 February 1910

.•vy? I.E ATLAN- 1 RIPTION f NEWS 1.00 PER ANNUM l. low .lace „ pkei uc ,veijaoe Publishers. nerftrt at the postofflee at Atlanta l>xa>„ ,m seuoud-clash mail oiattei .** LAV AL)VERflSINC? ■-.A ut;ie insertion per inch lUi 8i> month* or more 7 1-55'' Ah «ui.v run and charged for nnr ordered discontinued. LOCAL ADVERTISING . Each insertion, per line.. 6* 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 >p into rnyme. Country correspondents should get aeir letters in early in the week. Lvoid silly neighborhood notes. If ?ou have some important neighbor- happening to report, such as is, births, marriages, meeting. if it is possible For the Com- missioners Court to do so, the office of county Treasur...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 10 February 1910

s m ft: f- j j.: / p!Pi Mi — T -K.X „ ♦040K>*0*0*0*040^Q4Q*040*g *' LOCAL 4ND PERSONAL I M MENTION. <K*0^0<K3*04C*0*0*0*0*0#0#0 Miss Floy Cauthen ia on the siefe list this week. Reduction in hats at E P Hughes & Co. R. M. Salmon of Alto, Texaa, is visiting hia sister, Mrs. R. H. Porter and family this week. Don't forget that T. P. Perkins his garden seed and seed potatoes. T . F. Perkins wants swee^ po Faroe's. Several prospective farm buy- era from Kansas are here look- ing for a location. Almost every day witnesses a sale of a Cass County farm to a new- settler. You cannot buy a better ferti- lizer than the Virginia—Caro- lina Chemical Fertilizer, sold by F M Greene. Rev. J - C . Jonea of Header son came in Tueaday for a visit F M Greene is selling the fa- mous Virginia—Carolina Chem- ical Fertilizer. It is a prize winner and a crop maker. "Dr Thomas' Electric Oil is the beat remedy for that often fatal disease—croup, Has been used with success in our family for eight...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 10 February 1910

THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS., Publishers ATLANTA, TEXAS If your beau wears his hedrt on his sleeve don't wear pins In your belt. In Sayville, N. Y., a man died from being henpecked. But this hen was poultry. Dr. Wiley says that preserved e?zs •re not fit to eat. Nor are those that haven't been. Every good resolution helps a little, though it may not last until it reaches the place named on the ticket. England and Germany may build their dreadnoughts, but the United States has a corner on the Missouri mule. The trouble with those big deer the hunters shot is that they might have bee so much bigger if they had got away. Unfortunately, all .the poets are snowed in, so that they have nothing to do but write poems on "The Beau- tiful Snow." Queen Alexandra retains her beauty by simple living and by keeping her temper. Queens do not have to worry about cooks, however. m Now that flying is practical and the north pole has been discovered the only thing left for the next year ap- pears t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 10 February 1910

■ fer: Child's Hat Wht I " 4; By JULIA BOTTOMLEY. FOR the past two seasons a greater variety of shapes has been shown In children's hats than ever before. Milliners seem to have awakened to the fact that the beautiful "flat" which has been worn for so long by chil- dren, could not always please—from the fact that their- patrons were look- ing for something new. Hats with drooping brims hare a Store or less bonnet-like effect and «re especially good for little misses. The past three seasons have shown an increasing fondness for them for grown-ups as well as children. In fact for the present, shapes for the are along the same lines as POSITION OF DRESSING TABLE Should Be Placed in North Window if Possible—Easy to Procure Artistic Effect. It Is well known that a north light Aelng diffused Is more agreeable than the light from other points of the •compass. For this reason a window to the north is best for the placing of a dressing table where there are other windows to furnish ventilati...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 10 February 1910

HBH&Egi|f 1 ? " i ■'" ' . ' I—BEE&seai wm ■ ■' >■ : \ , /. . -• ?M j . ---«- Si, " - ' t'f f > , II,.Ml II- W ,'ft . ' J£' ■ . i v V 1 s H fjEfi -v f ' ' ' .^: - R5f # '4*.' ®'■ Tlie Atlanta y News K4—- J: •*. . and Tlie ■ Atlanta Oonstitntion A 3 times a week One Year For $175 ' f " 1 ' r c . / BgpSiK s £.- * 151§fl ' V--r?* m' ;; •;:\ ->. • ram * - A" nriie . Atlanta News and Tlie Farm and. Ranch One Year $1.78 Fhe Atlanta News Wants your job work. We will *$,, • - - V make; special efforts to fill your orders promptly. . ■> I Oar work is as good as the 1'. ■ * best. Try us. Mail orders get our special attention. Lovelace Brothers m Fort Worth "Record twice a week and t Atlanta Pfe yvm One Year $1.75 Tlie Dallas News Semi-W eekly The Atlanta New« One Year $1.75 1 G£ &£>&&. > & ■ ' • '■.* IlllraE \ r . -M "1 ■ 'l;wl >N ■ 9L >1 J .* •• - H #551 l- lv5 ' J-3S ) * • 1 f n , . " ■ 1 <>•£ - |

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 February 1910

m £%ME$ m S3 f\' -- K 4i Si ■ Wm & si . m *? i. —-• "" -: -r- * LOVELACE BliOS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People" Vol. X Atlanta, Cass Comity, Texas, Thursday, February 17. 1910 .00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE No. 27 TEXAS ROUTE SIX Ask your Merchant for TRI STATE — FERTILIZER I recommend TRI STATE as the best fertilizer. Marketed 500 crates of tomatoes per acre season, 1909. 0. 0. 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- Pace. Arp, Texas. TRI STATE is the best fertilizer I ever used. Will buy no other as long aa it can be had. W. L. Carlisle, Bivins, Texas. TRI STATE results are better than from any fertilizer I ever used. I. P. Lummus. Atlanta, Texas, If your merchant does not handle TRI STATE FERTILIZERS, ask us...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 February 1910

Worth Thinking Over. I wonder if we all^coddle ourselves too much, eat too much, think about health too much.—London Truth. Sanctum Confidences. "Brooks," said Rivers, "can you give m© a synonym for 'utility?' I've used that word twice already." "I suppose I can," growled Brooks, "but what's the use?" "Use? Use? Thanks; that'll do." Thereupon the rattle of the type- writer began again. Daily Thought. 8ee that all the hours of the day •re so full of interesting and healthful occupation that there is no chance for worry to stick its nose in.—Luther H. Gulick. Must Have Accessories. "I hear you picked up an abandoned farm." "Yep." "Genuine farmer now, are you?" "My smart friends won't believe it' until I have picked up some aban- doned dialect." m « Mountain Climbing. The king of France marched up the bill with 40,000 men. "I wished plenty of witnesses," he explained. His purpose accomplished, he forth- with marched down. . Bobbed Up. "See what our ship news man says about the late Cap...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 February 1910

m ISM iSJ'-uW . A Si TRIED REMEDY FOR THE GRIP- COLD Accidents Will Happen And when they do2—they hurt. HUNT'S LIGHTNING OIL is the one instantaneous relief and cure for all wounds, bruises, sores, cuts, sprains and abrasions of the skin. It forms an artificial skin covering, excludes the air instant- ly, stops pain at once. There are many oils, but none like HUNT'S. The action is different, and the effect as well. hunt's OIL LISHTN IN8 Always have it In the house. Take it with you when you travel—you never can tell when HUNT'S LIGHTNING OIL may be most needed. 25cts and 59cts bottles. For Sale by All Druggists A. B. RICHARDS MEDICINE CO., Sherman, Texas reap figs. If you plant Ferry's Seeds you rofusion jittv Fifty years of study and experience make them re- liable. For sale _ Tywhere. Ferry's 1810 Seed Annual oa request Bu wl rautr « C0„ Detroit, Mkk. O it Now Tomorrow A. M. too late. Take a CASCARET at bed time; get up in the morning feeling fine and dandy. No need (or sickness f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 February 1910

wr ~*r THE ATLANTA NEWS ■iUBSORIPTION «1.00 PER ANNUM J Jno. L. Lovelace \. Fred Lovblace Publishers. c.ibbag© or strawberries might pay- O r! Oden is , rep ring to .lake care of ail ifae p*auuis that tta« fartu rs will ra • rle i> 5mg!e insertion per inch V*V o*. Six months or more _ ' "a.c AH ad . run and charged for nntu 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 Sou have some important neighbor- ood happening to report, such as deaths, births, marriages, meeting. ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 February 1910

y. x ^jpj& pais • V v - -4< m' > ,..f.-i>r James & Graham Wagon P*": & ♦0<K*0^0#0*0«<}^0*0*0#0^0*0 JS ** I I LOC\L m § m iND PERSONAL 3 MENTION. ♦0*0^0*04C#0*0^040*C*0*U L s H > o Journal Patterns at Greenes Still wants chickens and eggs, J L Barnette. W F Cameron made a business tiip 10 Linden Monday. Mrs Re eau of Nocona. is here visiting relatives in the city aud surrounding roun tries. I have a fresh car of flour now in slock and sold under guaran- tee. A C Smit li. Powell's Restaurant will buy your eggs and will sell you tc- biccos, candies etc, or any thing you need in this line. I have a small lot of the american hog wire left and will close out at 25c per rod. A C Smith. You can always find anything you want in the produce line at RP Cokes, aud anything else in the grocery line. Heavy impure, blood makes a muddy, pimply complexion. Tain blood makes you weak pale, sickly. Burdock Blood Bitters makes the blood rich red pure -restores perioct healt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 February 1910

ml 11SP w&m- THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS., Publishers ATLANTA, TEXAS HOW HE GOT THE PICTURES Missionary's Success Made Possible by Statements That Bordered on Untruth. Dr. Frederick C. Poole, the mission- ary, who gave an illustrated lecture on Chinese missions the other morn- ing at the weekly assembly of Method- ist ministers of the city, showed one film of a game of football between the sailors of an American ship and the students of a Chinese college. The manner in which Dr. Poole got the film Is another story, and was told after the meeting by a friend. While traveling in the orient it seems, Dr. Poole resorted to every fair expedient to get rare and unusual pic- tures. The idea of the crew of an American ship and a party of Chinese students engaging in an American game seemed a novel scheme. Going to the Chinese students, Dr. Poole said: "I understand that you fellows can play the American game of football; also that the sailors now in port say you cannot defeat them in...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 February 1910

sm wm. V f £~<vkfz*i ir-v'M m, 1 !&kpM 0 &' ~ % I S 7: ••• v: >vMm. -<■'-?■■;' % ®| i V" >* SB i Home-Made Easter Hats a t «T- i -. - < - \- > \ «IHU^ 4-y A v- /< -i < ... - 'V * * BY JULIA BOTTOMLEY. W~ f, m?y\ VEN this early in the season the powers that produce our Easter bonnets are working industriously ©n the millinery which will he in such demand at Easter time, and thereafter. Surrounded by counter- parts of all the lovely blossoms we "know, and others, born in the brain of the designers, the busy workers •enthusiastically assemble braids and Tibbons, feathers and flowers into fetching hats. Why should not the tactful home dressmaker try her hand also, at mak- ing up a pretty, simple hat or so, for the coming spring? She has more time npw than later and can indulge herself in more millinery or lessen the expenses of her spring headwear by a little hatmaking at home. It is fas- cinating work. All the home millin- er needs is a little guidance. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 17 February 1910

.THE THRESHOLD OF THE YEARf Solemn Thoughts That Arise as On® Faces the Comirvg Twelve Months of Good or III. I have passed tlie door whicht s opens to another year. The latch of the door was lifted for me by hands not my own, I could not stay in the old year any more, even if I tried, I loved its suns and snows and even its storms and darkness jwere good for me. I do not mind now the sting of the pain dart which struck me, nor am I ashamed of the resultant scar. And then, some- times, there was the touch of gentle hands and the kinship of under- standing hearts! These were my wine in weariness. All that is past —all save the memory of it and the effect of it; these abide—a part of the fiber of my latest self. But for this~o£her year—the strange, new one —what? I ought not to ask. A veil is over its days, mercifully. I only know that I have essayed it; that it is but a little bit of the whole ;span of life, an annual unit in the sum of time; and that in it lie my further adventure a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 24 February 1910

-ag! THE NEWS 9 ttOVELACE BEiOS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. X Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thuusday- February 24, 1910 ■ism 1 "^1 No. 28 INDUSTRIAL LEAGUE FERTILIZERS! Ask your Merchant for TRI STATE —— FERTILIZER I recommend TRI STATE as the best fertilizer. Marketed 500 crates 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. 1 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. I. F. Lumraus. Atlanta, Texas, HTCfp - ■> * x-1' T 1 * If your merchant does not handle TM STATE FERTILIZERS, ask...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 24 February 1910

■ THE ATLANTA NEWS i I\ : - LOVELACE BROS., Publishers ATLANTA, - - - TEXAS mi % BP s®#.' T*- <• H. It Get ready (or a spring real estate boom. Is there really such a thing as "slip- ppcry weather?" ! Aeroplanes never get stalled la •snowdrifts, anyway. Thuggery has become a hazardous pccupation in Chicago. The inventor of the pay-as-you-enter ear could not have been a smoker. Uncle Sam's warships do no honor te the navy when they spend all night cm shoals or mud banks. That January thaw did not bring the hens to a melting mood. Eggs continue just as high as ever. The best proof of high or low prices As found by the average man In his cash balance at the month's end. The man who Invented that phan- tom airship is a genius either for in- Tenting or for weaving fairy tales. If Halley's comet must strike the earth somewhere, we hope it will show & sense of discrimination and land in (Nicaragua. A whole village in Italy is sliding down the hill on which it was built. The coasting...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 24 February 1910

jffi § V- 1 Si SIP5 Ik Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America | *>• * mm I \ •3rfg Matters tf Especial Moment to die Progressive Agriculturist WHEN COTTON PRICE IS HIGH A good disposition is more important to a girl than a Grecian nose. Allx some roads need is to have a few bumps and kinks taken out. Fall-dropped lambs mean spring- reaped profits. Get them ready. Friendship Is a good deal like your credit. The least used the better it Is. Doing right, once started will soon become a habit and then you may be sure it will become a joy. t He who would unlock the door that opens the way to riches on the farm, must have a key that will fit Old men know that it pays to be honest This is a bit of wisdom that come young men find it difficult to be- lieve. The amount of damage chickens can do to "a garden depends a good deal on ■which you own, the chickens or the garden, A quarter on the ground is worth picking up. So is a shovel which cost twice as much, but lots of peop...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 24 February 1910

i - * \ ?~ ■ v > '4S4r. ^ ; ;HE ATLANTA NEWS subscription $1.00 per annum Jno. l. Lovelace A, Feed Lovelace } Publishers, itered at the postoffice at Atlanta axas, as second-class mail matter ■ : meeting was held at Piney Gr<^ -e Saturday night for the pu.rp «ose of discussing the ship- m.en t of the seasons potatoes. SVe did not learn Just what was dome. 5— fey DISPLAY ADVERTISING ^le insertion per inch Six months or more.... 7 i-m 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 th€> rate of 2 cents 8 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 neighborho...

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