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

V . ■' ; rv ' LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors !:The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. x Atlanta, Cass County, Texas. Thursday- March 18. 1910 No. 31 FERTILIZERS! _^o*o*o i*G<<K)#G<K)*0* i Z2 Ask your Merchant for TRI STATE |§ — FERTILIZER - - §° ♦2 - -I ' . • o& ♦o c* I recommend TRT STATE as the best fertilizer, Marketed 500 crates of tomatoes per acre seasod, 1909. g§ C. C. Stover, Dialville, Tex. I gathered 22$ bushels of Irish potatoes per acre- O* all shipping size-in May 1909 from TRI STATE Og fertilizer. Never used as good fertilizer before. J . P Hammock, Greenwood, La. i'j ' \ ' •; : ' * ^ I 1 got bette i from TRI STATE fertilizer on \ cotton and ti man any I ever used. H. A. Pace. Arp, Texas. ie/ TRT Will hu Carlisle, TE is the best fertilizer I ever used, other as long as it can be had. W. L. XJM. %' ins, Texas. Michel! ATLANTA. TRI STATE results are better than (from any fertilizer I ever used. I. P. Lujnmus. Atlanta, Texas, i...

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

jfipaL paw iHraBnRR ^Tf7' r/. r<' -"•- *' rafs| >•? 5 > ,< -/ "7^/T-" ^ ■ v" -t mmmmm m?wmm ' I K? % |P * 1 - *, . * SOMETHING SHE DIDN'T KNOW Colored Lady .Evidently Had Stand* infl in the Best of New York Society. Two ladies, strangers to each other, Were seated upon a bench on the platform of a New York suburban sta- tion waiting for a train. One of them was young, pretty, and very stylishly dressed. There was plenty of room on the bench and a neat-looking col- ored woman leading a spotlessly clad little pickaninny by the hand, came and sat down between the two women. As she did so the younger got up and tiegan pacing up and down the plat- form. The darky's eyes blazed and she was offended at once. "Huh!" she exclaimed, ostensibly addressing the four-year-old pickanin- ny, but really speaking for the bene- fit of the lady at the other end of the bench. "She's got bad blood in her, all right—thinks cos she's got good clothes, she owns dis bench. "Why did she get up Aun...

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

wi m ■■ '• •, ?-•• "'if FAMOUS DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION. TARRHOfSTOHAj BLOOD POISON Cured by the Marvel of the Century, B. B*. B.—Tested for 30 Years, Drives out blood poison In any stage permanently, without deadly mercury, with pore Botanical ingre- dient*. To prove It we will send yon a SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE If Ton bare Ulcers, Eating Sores, Itching Humors, Swellings, Mucus Patches, Bone Pains, offensive Pimples or Kruptions, take B. B. B. (Botanic Blood Balm). Alt symptoms heal quickly, Blood is made pure and rich, completely changing the en- tire body into a clean, healthy condition, healing every sore and stopping all aches, pains ana itcbine, coring the worst case of blood poison. DRUGGISTS or by express, <1 PER LARGE BOTTLE. with direc- tions for home core. SAMPLES SENT FREE by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. De- " iWUMiM scribe your trouble and free i Jvice given. Hay's Hair-Health Never Fails to Restore Gray Hair to Its Natural Color and Beauty. Stdps its falling out,...

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

' ?£- ur*WR,.... i.... .. i - '---l ggggggggSgg THE ATLANTA NEW & 8ubsobiftion ?1.00 per ann! m Jno. l. Lovelace a. Fbed Lovelace h ...v . m-A^ • BSEs&m-% 8wSIRv - j. Publi Publishers. nS & Entered at the postofflce at At Janta Texas, as second-class" mail matter display advertising Single insertion per inch.. 10c 8ix months or more...™ 7i JZ All ads. run and charged for until ordered discontinued. local advertising Each insertion, per line - *c Notice All advertising copy should be in this office not latter than Wednesday B°Church and society notices are given free insertion, but must be handed m before Wednesday. ^ Obituaries and cards of thanks 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 neighborhood notes. If you have some important neighbor- hood happening to report, such as deaths, births, marr...

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

J s reiiiens T*-: IM m X:W m' " W W't * Wm- m LOCAL AND PERSONAL g I MENTION. <K>K>4<^^0*G40^04KJ40#<>#< Wj+Q Mrs. Forbes of Texarkana came in Tuesday for a visit with relatives and friends. b* v;. 'V . ■ G , Plenty, sweet potatoes, Irish potatoes, onions, cabbage, etc. at Perkins. Mr. and Mrs. Walker McMich- del of Cussetta visited C N Pope heie, Sunday and Monday. House full goods, and the prices are certainly right. J, G. Hughes & Co. Try a package of that fine ooffee at Perkius. You get si nice plate free with each pack- age. The Quarterly Meeting of Queen City charge will be held at Law'8 Chapel on 4th Satur- day and Sunday in March. Rev- J. B. Sears will preach Saturday II o'clock and on Sunday at 11 o'clock. Plenty onion sets and garden seed at John Hughes & Co., yet. If your clock or watch needs repairing, bring it to G G Pynes, the Jeweler. Miss Ethel Harp of Sweet- water is visiting her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Coke, here this week. Br...

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

: -v • >J. w&Sa&B THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS., Publishers ATLANTA, • TEXAS All's not junk that litters. After a man has shown nis temper, he feels like biding. Of course there is a yellow peril Isn't China full of Fangs? "Beautiful snow" is the sort you don't have to wade through. Better be counted twice in the com- ing census than not at all. Queer as it adeems, the fast man Is soon overtaken by misfortune. A new comet has been discovered by an astronomer in South Africa. What Is there in a fish pole that is bo destructive to a man's veracity? ■ Aviation is the only sport in which "going up in the air" wins prizes. Paint the lily if you choose, but do not color oleomargarine for commer- cial purposes. This is the weather when the merci- ful man should be merciful to his beast of burden. If It' Maybe that Atlanta couple will yet find their dream marriage turning into a nightmare. They say that there is sodium in the comet's tail. Perhaps some one has been putting salt...

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

99IQ£3fS w m * J- • > Si dt:v.-> '<■- | • ! ii HUMUS TO THE SOIL sow m Wt, yiK *. H Mm?; g-'i *1? ( j- I h" -ni •. u - 11 m ':-■ jp>£ . •;: ; 3b Success in Using Fertilizers with Soiling Crops. Application of Moderate Amount of Commercial Product Has Been Found to Be Quite Profitable —Legumes Beneficial. (BY R. B. RUSHING.) My experience with using commer- cial fertilizers and soiling crops as a substitute for stable manure, especial- ly for supplying humus to the worn- out soil, has been very favorable. And I am lead to believe that the plan will be adopted more in the future, as we must have humus from other sources than just stable manure. Of course manure can be produced }n very large quantities, but every man with a very large farm cannot produce sufficient stable manure to go all over fhe farm, and consequently, they must look to other sources. A good grade of manure can be pro- duced at home in the form of soiling crops and by adding some commercial fertilizer to ...

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

In Memory of Iva The death angel visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Caver Tuesday morning ah out 11:30, Feb. 15, 1910, and t ook from them Ina, their only *?irl Ina was sick only a few days and she bore her suffering w ith so much patience that even Tier mother and father didn't rea/ize she was so dangerously ill. All was done for her that loving hands could do, but it was to no avail. God has taken her honae with him to dwell forever where there will be no more pain, nor suffering, and no more good byes. Her voice is silent here but is singing in Heaven. She will walk the golden streets so won. derously fair with loved ones one Jpefore. Iva wasn't quite eleven years old but she gave her heart to God two years ago and joined the Methodist churcty and lived a christian life as best she kpew and was loved by all wfio knew her. We will miss her at school and at home. She had a kind word and sweet smile for every- body . Weep not dear mother, father and loved ones it is sad to part ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 31 March 1910

m-wt WmB x rv&- •■Jr' . : .-v.: v- mSTi m. j > Miu, Mr \ m> 1 ,m v,' LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors '■ • - ' ■ '' 'fin . t* ' —T — — •«< the^^wspaper for the People " *1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. i ■ - Atlanta. Cass County, Texas, Thursday, March 31, 1910 No. 33 il \ P 0 T A TO Bags Texas Bag £ Fibre Co. Good Bags Quick Shipment Reasonable Price Call on us Hooston, Texas m WRITE OR PHONE US SENATOR SPEAKS AT He Warms up the and is Roundly ap$ By the People Poli THE ELEGTION OF SCHMTRUSTEES As required by the School Laws of Texas, an election will be held in each school district on the first Saturday in April for the purpose o f choosing trustees to aot for the term of two years, two members being elected in each district. For the benefit of' those in- terested, we wish to call atten- tlon, briefly, to the following points: 1. The County Commission- er's Court appotn trf ree cpisu 1 £ - ed voters of each district to hold the election of that district. 3. Shou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 31 March 1910

''k'l~ ' V . . }■:; ... r IfeiiyflP •- * \ Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters gf Especial Moment to the Progressive Agriculturist E&-- m m Sws ' H Ur M m Trouble borrowers pay usurious rates of interest. There is money in corn, hay and cattle as well as in cotton. He who recognizes the limit of his own capacity may be listed with the wise. An ample supply of fodder on hand may prevent having hungry stock dur- ing the fag-fend of the blizzard season. An empty posthole is but one degree less dangerous to life and limb than an open, unprotected well. Fill it up. Making a good citizen is a big job, and it takes the united effort of pa, ma and the schoolma'am to turn the trick. i' A coating of whitewash sweetens the barn, no matter what they say it does to the department of the in- terior. ' ' The qualities of mind which cause you to be grateful for merited re- bukes makes for more perfect char- acter. The knowledge thai one is regard- ed as a snob oftenti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 31 March 1910

ERpiiiHS mm* ' 1st?' NEVER TOUCH THE SURFACE What Happens When Drops of Water Are Scattered on Top of a Hot Stove. It is impossible to throw a few drops of water on a redhot stove. The water can never touch the stove at all. What is seen is a few drops rolling rapidly over the surface, gradually getting smaller until they disappear. If the drops .are on a perfectly level place one can see under them to the other side of the room, thus proving that they are not in contact with the stove itself. What actually happens is that the bottom of the drop changes at once to steam or vapor on coming close to the hot surface, and this vapor is sup- plied by the drop as it gradually goes away. So the drop rests on a cushion of vapor until it is entirely dissipated. This state of water is known as the spheroidal state, and is of interest on account of its peculiarity and seeming- ly paradoxical behavior. The reason why the drop is not im- mediately evaporated or changed to steam is also very inte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 31 March 1910

HE ATLANTA NETU& 30RIPTI0N #1.00 PEE ANN UM Jno. L. Lovelace 1 A, Fbed Lovelace j Entered at the postoffice at At lanta Texas, as second-class mail matter DISPLAY ADVERTISING Single insertion per- inch —.......10c Six months or more. 7 1-2C All ads. rnn and charged for nntU ordered discontinued. LOCAL ADVERTISING Each insertion, per line >.._.,6o Notice wj in All advertising copy should be 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 line. No poetry or verse accepted for publication, unless the editor should drop into rhyme. Oountry correspondents should get their letters in early in the week. Avoid sBly neighborhood notes. - If you have some important neighbor- hood happening to report, such as deaths, births, marriages, meeting. ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 31 March 1910

-0> ' " James & Graham Wagons by B.F. GET READY FOR THE FAIR Watch This Space In A Future Edition For premiums that will be given for the best farm product etc. We have engaged 3 spaces for the exhibit at the fair. mM 1 Cass MOD TEXARKANA PRE- PARING FOR THE GREAT TORRFY MEETINGS THE THREE PLANT FOODS WE BUY These three plant foods which we apply in fertilizers have each a special function in the growth and development of the plant. While all are necessary to the proper development of the plant, a deficiency in the supply of either is noted by certain char- of stalk and le*f, but produce light and chaffy grain or set few fruits, a lack of phosphoric acid is indicated. Potash is needed in the for* mation of search by the plant, and hence plants made up large ly of starch cells, like the potash the turnip and the cabbage, need large quantities of potash. Pot- ash also assists in the formation of the seed, adds strength to the straw in grain crops, and color aoteristic signs. Th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 31 March 1910

the atlanta news LOVELACE BROS., Publishers ATLANTA, TEXAS Coal fields In Alaska fit the climate admirably. mm There Is too -much "black hand" In this country of soap and water. After a long and slippery climb, oleomargarine enters into high society. One Chicago burglar plundered a lawyer's home and got away with it. However, there Is nothing to show that horse meat has increased In price. Notwithstanding the high cost of living, most of us seem to he doing it very nicely. What shall we eat? has now become a paramount issue in the United States of America. - b' Meat or no meat, what's the differ- ence. so long as we have terrapin, canvasback and oysters? Still, the f-ld is free and any one who care to do so may take a day off aed invent a new language. Surgery Is to be used for badness In New York children, but will stop well this side of decapitation. Each of the bare-limbed dancers claims all the others are merely imi tating her. Sort of a take-off. That Washington boy baby doomed...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 31 March 1910

wm v ■■ ■ FAMOUS DOCTOR'S PRESCRIPTION. TARRHOrST lice, Mites, ticks, fleas, and other para- sites cause serious losses to every stock and poultry rais er. Kill them safely, by using, BLACK-DRAUGHT DISINFECTANT LICE KILLER & DIP This is a safe, cleansing, aromatic preparation, much stronger than carbolic acid, without its disagreeable and dangerous qualities. Try it Your dealer sells it Cm. PCS Vestal's Roses tmtm a reputation backed by an experience of GO Tears. Any we can succeed with them. Plants mailed to any point and their safe arrival guaran- teed. Our New Catalogue for 19lO J* Fre«, It tells how to crow them, also describes other desir- ►plants and bulbs. Tots will be Interested in our MZtiaordinaiT cheap offers. 8ee what values we give fsaz&kt* 8°NS' TRAGIC RECOLLECTION. Henderson—Ever meet with any seri- ous accident while traveling? Hen peck—Did I? I met my wifa jrhile traveling abroad. A New Version. Apropos of George Washington and the cherry tree story, Senator...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 31 March 1910

MHRM ■fBpsgSg&sgwz -%4r* r - y ||E> t GOROBORATION Of Interest To Atlanta Readc rs For months Atlanta citizans have seen in these columns eav thasiaatie praise o£ Doan's Kid- ney Pills by Atlanta residents. Would these prominent people recommend a remedy tbat had not proven reliable? Would they confirm their statements after years had elapsed if per- sonal experience had not shown this remedy to be worthy of en- dorsement? No stronger proof of merit can be had than cures that have stood the test of time. The following statement should carry conviction to the mind of every Atlanta reader. H O Paulette, farmer. R, F. D No. 8, Atlanta, Texas, says: "The statement I gave, publicly recommending Doan's Kidney Pills in April 1905 was correct in ^every detail and I have no wish to ehange it. For several years I was troubled to quite an extent by rheumatism. I also had intense pains in my back at times extended through my loins. Damp weather made my complaint worse. Hearing of Doan's ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 7 April 1910

H*- LOVELACE Pubt tshers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, April 7. 1910 No. 34 A LETTER OF APOLOGY You Do If You Trade Here We Want to Sell You Material For Your Summer Dress , Shaunting, Silkyard^Jg Sheppard Plaid, likeAA. wool, yard , ZUu White Lawn, big stock 10c to Colored Lawns, big stock, 10c to 40c 25c Rajah Linens, assor Qr - tment, yard J vu Egyption Tissues, QC* assortment, yard Z3u Manville Cham bray 4 A. yard 1 UC Winsome Silk, yard 25c 25c Plain diagonal Rep, per yaad Himalaya Cloth as-Qr- sortment, yard (#0(j Loraine Silk Otto'Eft* man, yard DUu White FlaxoHi, yard* '25c Millinery Our Millinery Department is simply superb. Never In the history of our career have the hats been so beautiful. Mrs,.Thompson is here ready to serve you, and the prices are so low, They will startle you. All we sk is a call to our millinery department hats run from 50c to Little boy's and girl's Half Hose, pair M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 7 April 1910

■P^ F. wro ■- pllftl ' • •■••••- : >■■'. A'"' WM . '«•. fli L ' • m % ifr~ . &r meredith Nicholson ILLLkSTRATlOm BY RAY WALTER'S nnnKur nor ev eoees-^cM/u c& m SYNOPSIS. Miss Patricia Holbrook and Miss Helen Jioltrook, her niece, were entrusted to the care of Laurance Donovan, a writer, summering near Port Annandale, Miss Patricia confided to Donovan that she feared her brother Henry, who, ruined by a bank failure, had constantly threatened her for money from his father's will, of ■which Miss Patricia was guardian. They came to Port Annandale to escape Henry. Donovan sympathized with the> two Women. He learned of Miss Helen s an- noying suitor. Donovan discovered and captured an intruder, who proved to be Reginald Gillespie, suitor for the hand of Miss Helen Holbrook. Gillespie disap- peared the following morning. A rough sailor appeared and was ordered away. Donovan saw Miss Holbrook and her fa- ther meet on friendly terms. Donovan fought an Italian assassin. He met t...

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

p I ! v;: • mi $3.50 recipe cures kidneys, free RELIEVES URINARY AND KIDNEY TROUBLES, BACKACHE, STRAINING, SWELLING, ETC. Stops Pain In the Bladder, Kidneys and Back. Wouldn't it be nice -within a week or so to begin to say goodbye forever to the scalding, dribbling, straining, or too frequent passage of urine; the fore- head and the back-of-the-head aches ^ the stitches and pains in the back; the growing muscle weakness; spots be- fore the eyes; yellow skin; sluggish bowels; swollen eyelids or ankles; leg eramps; unnatural short breath; sleep- lessness and the despondency? I have a recipe for these troubles that you can depend on, and if you watat to make a quick recovery, you ought to write and get a copy of it. Many a doctor would charge you $3.50 just for writing this prescription, but I have it and will be glad to send it to you entirely free. Just drop me a line like this: Dr. A. E. Robinson, K-253 Luck Building, Detroit, Mich., and I will send it by return mail in a plain env...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 7 April 1910

IS® IE ATLANTA NE WS 3RIPTI0N $1.00 PER AI .05 fTJM >. L. Lovelace a. Fred Lovelace Publit iheiti. Entered at Uie postofflce Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail matter DISPLAY ADVERTISING Single insertion per inch Sis months or more— ~ l~r9. All ads. ran 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 tt110* i. ^ * 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. m ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce the following candidates, subj...

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