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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 7 April 1910

SwoSSKS;. .V gggfl LOCAL AND PERSONAL | | MENTION. *oao*o#o#o*o*o#c*o#o#o*o#o Your spring suit awaits you at Erambert's. A R Hardy is in K ansasthis week on business. K. Wynne has been assesing taxes in these parts of late. T. A. Miles has fine limes ser- ved at bis fountain this week. Car of new baggies in a few days at P M Greene's. Early Amber and Orangw Sor- ghum seed at W. A. Howe's. Lots ne w pants for men and bovs at the One Price House. Plenty Sorghum ana Millet seed at W. A. Howe's. P M Greene is expecting a car of buggies in this week. Red Seal Ginghams, New lot just in. 10 c at Erambert's. W. A. Ho^eis still selling the best of flour at the lowest price. Ladies and children's Oxrords at E. P. Hughes & Co. Try a giass of that and fancy breakfast bacon at Perkins. > v "* Oxfords for the ladies and children at E. P. Hughes & Co. Virginia Carolina Fertilizers at F M Greene. High grade toilet articles handled by T, A- Miles. None better, Men's and boys hats in lates...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 7 April 1910

ic % ' * m THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS., Publishers Matters Especial Moment to the Progressive Agriculturist WOMEN OF MIDDLE AGE For Small Girl PLENTY OF HOG AND HOMINY Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Better for Southern Farmer to Raise All His Home Supplies and Be Independent of North. Need Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound M ATLANTA, There Is none so grave as to defend the overlong hatpin. Fashion note: Paraffin coats are all the rage among imported eggs. We are waiting for Halley's to show us the spring styles in comets. No Innocent bystander Is hurt in a night ridt when he is at home in bed. Even if you cannot skate, remember that the swimming will be good next July. Millionaires now wave aside the pate de fois gras and call for pork chops. But the man who uses dynamite can- not say that he didn't think it was loaded. American frozen beef sells cheapev In London than in New York. Can anybody guess why? H Mr. Halley's comet should have its hair marce...

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

IN •^aSSs* RAPS AMERICAN HEROES Rl I . |ri; I - • ■ m ■m l4m A James H. Stark, historian, in his book, "The Loyalists of Massachusetts and the Other Side of the American Revolution," calmly tears the halos from the heads of the ancestors of many of Massachusetts' first families, who pride them- selves on their honorable lineage. The book is a most damaging document to the cause of the Sons of the Revolution and other kindred soci- eties and one of the boldest statements concern- ing the real lives of some of the foremost men of revolutionary days. In a chapter devoted to the causes of the Rev- olution the author states: "In Virginia the revolu- tionary movement of the poor whites, or 'crack- ers,' led by Patrick Henry, was against the^ planter aristocracy. It was only very slowly and very deliberately that Washington identified him- self with the disunionist cause." Patrick Henry was one of the most unreliable men living, according to Historian Stark. Byron called him a forest-born ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 7 April 1910

prjl GET EADY 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. Cass County Industrial Laagua Sip >«r, K'Vv $1.73 The i:2 01*. Oiler—The Best ht New Year $1.75 THE TRI-WEr 1NTA CONSTITUTION ANJ THE ATLANTA NEWS together with the superb alternate FPZF OprEf>" )f UNCLF ZEMUS'S HOME MAGAZINE; or HUMAN UFE; or THE SOUTHERN RURALIST, a y(r- „dap-\al*\.dl^ .r;n- TALKS FROM FARMERS $| .75 V '' ./i .$ in f(f i'jur choke of one, only c - 9 a or £ \.k 19t Mr U, THREE TIMES NEtfjitSI. L.si, tfRIGJITEST HOLLAR A YEAR TO FARMERS, an epitome of farm wis-' THE TRI-WEEKLYCo S^f , AS BIGGEST SOUTHERN NEWSPAPER AtS'SST A DAILY, VET AT TIE PUCE OF A or Tie Weekly Constitution—once a week, with eu*b of the bo. > aci >&„ '^e Weekly *>n6Htutioa is substituted for the Tri-Weekly)—all for one year for onlv $1.40. The. 1 "V- „ OoL^Ututi^a.presents t the sweeping view the wh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 14 April 1910

' ?f®g > "vS WM: m' ■ - * ;V:' Vf5; ft;" \ 'imi L.OVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People" Vol. x Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, April 14. 1910 HON. H. A. O'NEAL ATLANTA, TEXAS m ill iM" Pit H fe* --V <£iEgPjP '•>-tv*^wa ' • " sm ife i&$r, <?« t I ' /' US. Candidate for the Democratic Nomination, for State Senator 1 First Senatorial District Consisting of the Counties of 'rimary July 23rd, 1910. **! «■( rape IS, larion an< lSS. To tbe Democracy of the First Senatorial District: I am a candidate for tfee Democratic nomination for State Senator, from this the First Senatorial District, and in order that my views may be made known on public issues, have concluded to send forth this circular stating same. I will make a? ftill campaign of the district as circumstances/ will permit, and discuss fully as possible the platform herein set forth, and other issues that may arise in the campaign. I submit my claim for your suffrage, on ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 14 April 1910

1 m. H'AU: v V f. J ' t V Medical Advertising in Japan. In future no licensed medical prac- tioner will be permitted to;>advertise in Japan details of methods of medical treatment or the history or success of such methods. Doctors and dentists connected with hospitals or engaging In general practice will not be allowed to advertise any information beyond that indicating their degrees and spe- cialties. In this respect the ordinance approximates perhaps more to the American idea of what is legitimate, for it is quite common to find in trans- atlantic journals small rectangular spaces containing the name, address and telephone number of some prac- titioner, with an indication of the branch or branches of work in which he claims to be especially adept and Instructed. Male Chatterboxes. Are not men in the mass more in- veterate gossips than women? Shake- speare's citizens do the real gossip- ing in his plays, even though he fol- lcwed tradition in personifying rumor a* * dame—"if my ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 14 April 1910

'•*5 I* '":'i '' ' \ '■ -VI'.- yg Egg Mystery Has Led to 20 Fights CONSARH NEW YORK.—That deep mystery, "P6wl Business; or Whose Hen Laid the Egg?" hasn't been solved yet in the Flatbush court. Two leading resi- dents of Canarsie appeared to press charges of assault against each other a few days ago and Canarsie is all torn up over the case. The litigants were accompanied to court by all their friends, families or neighbors, for such problems as the possibility of war with Japan, the price of clams or the high cost of liv- ing have faded into insignificance be- side this egg affair. Only the hen can settle it and she won't tell. When court opened a small man bubbling over with excitement jumped to his feet at the sound of his name, William Gemar. He rushed up to the judicial bar and before Court Officer Dalton could stop him he exploded with: "You know how this here trouble started, judge?" Well, a week ago my hen, Matilda, laid an egg—at least, I will swear to my dying day that it ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 14 April 1910

wm iSP THE ATLANTA NEWS SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER ANEtfUM Jno. L. Love"lacte A, Fred Lovelace .} Publishers I Entered at the postofl9.ee at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail loaatter DISPLAY ADVERTISING Single insertion per inch ............10c Six months or more. ——" 1_f® All ads. run and charged for nntil ordered discontinued. LOCAL ADVERTISING Each insertion, per line 6c Notloe All advertising copy should be in this office not latter than Wednesday noon. Church and society notices are given free insertion, but must b© handed in before Wednesday. Obituaries and cards of thanks will be charged for at the ratejof 2/sents 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, meeting. ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce the following«c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 14 April 1910

f"v £ I * — V, * VvP || - _V" "'^ §1#' V .'v> ••ff'}"'• ' ---■■,r iY~ ' •«£ • - • III' 1,1, - - -—.'-•** - ■ m. •0«0f0«0#0#0#040i040K)#0 0 * LOCAL AND PERSONAL Ujf.. MENTION. #0#O^G#0#O^C*040^0*04040^Q Roy Hardy of Brooklyn N. Y. is here visiting homefolks. f Buck Criffin candidate for Tax Collector was in Atlanta the fisrt of the week. Louis McClung has closed his school at Knights Bluff and re- turned to Atlanta for the sum- mer. Mrs. J. H. MeWilliams return ed from a vi^ifc at Detroit with relatives this week. Miss Donnie Turnar states that she received the News and ihanks her cousin Albert v>ry - much for the subscription. See churning machine picture on page four. If you want to make money see Mr. Cobbs, the agent, who is showing it at Allday Supply Co. Mrs. J. T. Sheffield and Miss Ruth Duncan of Linden were visitors in the city the first of the week. Home- talent, a delightful plot, and a chorus of pretty girls are a few of the attractions in the amusing comedy "Topsy T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 14 April 1910

mi THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS., Publishers ATLANTA, TEXAS Corn may be Ring, but he comes in the shape of pork. That proposed copper merger seems well lined with gold. It is a cold day when a packer can't draw a first page head. Warships don't s ay in fashion any longer than women's hats. All are turning to higher things— the higher cost of living in particular. A spring without spring poets would be a. delightful but impossible season. Have you ascertained the truth of the statement that kissing is danger- ous? The price of beef appears to have fallen into its same old bad habit of going up. All those explanations about the cause for high prices do not seem to lower them any. It takes more than a fire to break up a bridge whist party when the ladies get fairly started. Detroit man has eloped with his wife's mother. He will find this is no mother-in-law joke. One trust after another is making the discovery that the laws of the United States must be obeyed. Let the aviators who ta...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 14 April 1910

:'WM; m \ V \ r f Li GRASS LAND WEEDS Prevalence of Noxious Plants Is Serious Matter to Farmer. {.and Could Easily Be Made Capable of Supporting More Grazing Stock, or of Yielding Heavier Crops of Hay Than at Present. (By C. S. MILLER.) The treatment of grass land In this country leaves much to be de- sired. It would appear as If many farmers were satisfied to take any natural vegetation as good enough for •grazing purposes. Everyone knows that the feeding power of different fields varies considerably. We have the hillside where as many as thirty acres or more would be required to &eep a beast alive, and we have the rich land that can fatten a bullock and a sheep to the acre. There is an Inclination to submit to this as in- evitable in the nature of things. Al- though there are very definite limi- tations to possibilities of Improve- ment of grass land, it could easily be made capable of supporting more grazing stock, or of yielding heavier crops of hay than it does at present. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 14 April 1910

ADY FOR THE FAIR Watch This Space In A Future Edition WEmtm For premiums that will be given for the best farm product etc. We have engaged 3 spaces for the exhibit at the fair. Cass County Industrial Leap Hon. H.'A. O'Neal spoke in the interest of his candidacy for the state senate a t Hughes {Springs Saturday. Mrs. C. W. ^entle.v and chil- dren are visiting in E agle Lake this week. Use Virginia-Carolina Fert- best P. M. ilizers returns. Greene. They give "For sale by r Don't forget! T F Perkins when you w%nt fancy staple groceries. Car of new baggies in a few day8 at F M Greene's. We are still in the market for peas country bacon and beans. J. G. Hughes & Co. Virginia-Carolina Fertilize- the best and the prize winner sold by F. M. Greene. / See Dr. eyes. Stansel about your All the latest things in dresa emdroidery, and braiding. F M Greene F M Greene is expecting a car of buggies in this week. Virginia- Caroli na F er til izers at F M Greene. Remember we sell flour for $1.50, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 21 April 1910

X.V.<k~ •• U ma-.' \r« ': ' M p f m i M- mm it . W "■■-m % •■ >?--' m .V . /=: &V, — LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol, X Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, April 21. 1910 No.36 - g P&\f V .; a m i P 0 T AT 0 Bags Texas Bag & Fibre Co. Good Bags Quick Shipment Reasonable Price Call on us Houston, Texas WRITE OR PHONE US 199 BALLARD NOTES There is to be an all-day sing ing at Alamance on Sunday May first. There is quite a lot of sickness. Mrs W. P. Gillstrap has been very sick but is much , better. J. H. Hartley's family have recovered from the measles. Frank Taylor has been sick with fever. Mrs. Watkins has also been very sick. Several from this community attended singing at Bloomburg *y- Rev Turner filled his regular appoitment at Alamance Sunday afternoon. The wheat in this community is not looking well. Potatoes are not very prom- ising. Some who planted cotton ear- ly will likely have to pl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 21 April 1910

m w BM m: m: indatrbd gat ' by Meredith / Nicholson lLLLkSTRATIom £>Y • RAY WALTERS COPYRlCf/r /907 3V BOBB3-/1£Rf?tU CO. SYNOPSIS. Miss Patricia Holbrook and Miss Helen Holbrook, her niece, were entrusted to the care of Lauranee 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 eame 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 thp 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 the man he supposed was Holbrook, but who said h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 21 April 1910

S ■ *-'U - I ■ .. - ■ •;: •• >,r *seK^ £je-K&5B9ww£ 4«-- agr vasi -.Ml i fSiSff -;1§I 19 .ONE STAR DAIRIES Producers Are Consumers of Millions of Gallons of Milk. Creameries of Texas Furnish But Small Portion of immense.Amount of Butter Used—Bulk of Product , Goes to Four Big Cities. According to "The Dairy Industry of Texas," a bulletin Just Issued by the department of agriculture, and writ- ten by Prof. Charles H. Alvord, profes- epr of agriculture at the Agricultural and Mechanical college, Texas has produced 251,342,698 gallons of milk (according to latest statistics obtain- able), and sold only 8,091,205 gallons ©f this amount. This would indicate ihat the excess of 243,000,000 gallons bf milk was consumed by the pro- lucers. Even the man living in the city kept his family cow, says Prof. Alvord, and produced his own dairy products. Prof. Alvord says: "In the year 1905-06 the department of agriculture of the United States re- ports the following number of pounds of conde...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 21 April 1910

kt i mm SmBmmmgW- ■> ' i 55981 THE ATLANTA NEV/S SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER ANB fUM Jno. L. Lovelace a. Fbed Lovelace Publish*!! s. Entered at the postofflce at JU lanta Texas, as second-class mailt snatter DISPLAY ADVERTISING Single insertion per inch— Six months or more 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 tor publication, unless the editor should drop into rhyme. Country correspondents should get their letters in early in the week. Avoid silly neighborhood notes. 1 f you have some important neighbor- hood happening to report, such as deaths, births, marriages, meeting. PROPOSED ORDiHANO FOR ATLANTA, An Ordinance Creating th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 21 April 1910

\. ify- ■ V-; f&i ill Sf fm "h ■ im James & ADVISORY SUPPLEMENT TO THE SANITARY CODE The Advisory Coae recently adopted by the State Board of Health for uses of city and coun ty authorities makes provision .for the regulations by local health authorities .of garbage and offal disposal abatement of nuisances detrimental to public health, removal of sources of filth ana prevention of causes of sickness. Sanitary disposals of night soil, prevention of pollu tion of the soil and containina tion of water supplies and the proper drainage of premises pro vided for Interment, diuintermout and the transportation of the dead is tvgulated and permits from local health officer tu m *ny inst mce-. required Slaughter Houses Slaughter houses come under the ban and several good and wholesome sanitary requirm^uts i omed. \daquate wa- fer su ply waUir tight flo r, thoro Jidi washictg o! floors and wa k> . f bou-e, sidewalKs *liit. «i*>hed or painted at re*r ulcir in i-iv .i«, h u*e scr^...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 21 April 1910

«w4pR IE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS., Publishers lNTA, TEXAS issing dangerous? Get a breach 'promise suit and find out. Blizzards that linger on the way be- come harmless as a summer's rain. Baseball will soon make politics Jk like 30 cents. The sap is rising. Weather that makes the plumber ick and the iceman grow! is the kind most folks like. A pessimist is a man who believes that spring as an institution has been done away with. A baby was born in New Tork re- cently with a full set of teeth, but it had no meal ticket Uncle Sam owns 1,500 hens at Pan- ama and he expects every one of them to do its part nobly. Comets and the end of the world are no longer being worked simultaneous- ly. They have dissolved partnership. The Harvard professor who says a man can live on 20 cents a day speaks academically for academic purposes. Did it ever occur to you how much easier the word "aeroplane" would be to pronounce if we could call It "areo- plane?" Another plot has been discovered In Portug...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 21 April 1910

6 W$f' Mm tN HOSPITAL FOR NINE MONTHS, "if* • . sty* iip i Awful Tale of Suffering From Kidney Trouble. Alfred J. O'Brien, Second St., Ster- ling, Colo., says: "I was in the Balti- more Marine Hos- pital for nine months. I had a dull pain in the small of my back that completely wore me out. The urine was in a ter- rible state, and some days I would pass half a gallon of blood. I l«ft the hospital because they wanted to operate on me. I went to St. Joseph's Hospital at Omaha and put in three months there without any gain. I was pretty well discouraged when I was advised to use Doan's Kidney Pills. I did so and by the'time I had taken one box, the pain in the back left me. I kept right on and a perfect cure was the result." Remember the name—Doan's. For sale by all dealers. 50 scents a box. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo., N. Y. Wrong View of Marriage. "There would be less divorce," said ex-Gov. Pennypacker, "if there were fewer men like William Windle. "William WTindle embarked on an ex...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 21 April 1910

■ % - ■ !> *%f <?r'J f;,^* "-" * . *. m ■J''-'~ ' '' "'-*" ~ ~\y'l: I - J- fll it^vv-Xr* iStfJU- GET R£AOY 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. Cass County Industrial League - THE FOULEST OF GRIMES Tennessee's Governor Pardons Cooper the Murderer of Carmaok Under the Caption "He seand- izea the Institutions of the State, " thus ably discusses the pardon of Cooper by the Gover- nor of Tennessee. In assuming authority to par- don Col. Duncan B. Cooper out of hand Gov. Malcomb Pat erson of Tennessee arrogated to himself the prerogative of the witness who testified, of the jur ors who brought in the verdict of the Jupge who tried the case of the Supreme Court by which th&oasewas affirmed, of Teness ee whose institutions he has discredited and scandalized. It will be noted that he does not base his pardon upon the usual petition signed by the jury, t...

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