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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 28 April 1910

mm W ^ WW , 1 . THE r* v LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors ' "The Newspaper for the People" i-- $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. X Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, April 2S, 1910 No.37 \ Screen Wire, Poultry Netting, Field Fencing and Barb Wire better Sunday Schools jiP / X'4" ' We have the Pittsburg electrical weld in many variety Isi ' ! \ ' «. *'■ In many varieties but all of superior quality. A little outlay for poultry wire>to keep the chickens whore they beloug will pay for itself in a short time-with keeping the chickens where they belong-. Our wire fencing of all kinds will stand the test of har and lasting service, for it bears all the earmarks of superior grade goods, and • here are none better. You will find as usual that our prices are right. One who values the welfare of his community must be in- terested in its Sunday school. It takes "but little penetration to discover that we have in the Sunday school great possibil- ities for improving the tone of a ne...

Publication Title: Atlanta News, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 28 April 1910

Igpf PIPPI mm Put Tax on Bachelors. The Sobranje of Bulgaria has passed t law imposing a tax of about three dollars a year on all unmarried men who are 30 years old and older. At Tirnovo, the ancient capital, It has been a custom for many years to humiliate unmarried men.. On the first Monday in Lent all marriage- able men who had not selected life partners in the carnival season were beaten on sight with inflated pigs' bladders. The bachelors always areaded the day, while the girls looked forward to it with pleasure. Since the tax act has been passed the bachelors of Tirnovo have entered a iormal protest against the continu- ance of the practice. They say they will; gladly pay the tax, but want the chastisement declared unlawful. i§ 5 istesSV • Making Meal-Time Pleasant. A Harlem mother has struck upon a plan which adds greatly to the gen- eral good humor of the household over which she presides. A son works with his father down town, and there are three girls and a boy in school. ...

Publication Title: Atlanta News, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 28 April 1910

/ r" -. ' [,vr m Quaker Scotch Oats is the world's food Eaten in every country; eaten by infants,athletes, young and old. Recognized as the great strength builder. Delicious a$d economical. Packed in regular packages; also in her- metically sealed tins tor hot climates. 52 THE RIVER OF LIFE Say what yon will of whatever part of the human anatomy they please, the river of life is BLOOD. It to either the awift running stream of health or the germ- laden channel of disease, one or the other. The new remedy for the blood to S IMMONS' ARSAPARILLA COMPOUND the kind that freshens and quick- ens the circulation, energises the j good corpuscles that fight the hattle of life for the sick. SIMMONS' S ARSAPARILLA COMPOUND to unlike any other known medicine. It works dlffer- • ently, it reaches in and throagh and down till it penetrates to the seat of the disease and springs at the very throat of the cause of it. y It's the only remedy that doep this. And doing ihit, it get* results and effects ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 28 April 1910

1 m ATLANTA NEWS ION #1.00 PER ANNT0M L. Lovelace Fred Lovela.ce Publishers. at the postofflce at Atlanta 5, as second-class mail matter display advertising _ j insertion per inch — 10c ^"months or more 7 l-2c All ads. run and charged for until " red discontinued. f 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 inaertion, but must be handed in before Wednesday. Obituaries and cards of thanks will be charged for at the rate of 2 cents a No poetry or verse accepted for —blication, unless the editor should op into rhyme. Country correspondents should get ' eir letters In early in the week, yoid ,silly neighborhood notes. If " * ive some important neighbor- * I to report, such as marriages, meeting. asp, 10UNCEMENTS VK£ authorized to announce the candidates, subject to the the Democratic Primary, State Senator H. A. O'Neal District Attorne y j L. E. Keener ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 28 April 1910

Ssp James & Graham Wagons by B. F. Ellington and Company. NOTICE TO TEACHERS |C Spencer for County ! Supt. of Public In- struction of Cass Co. Examinations for teachers' j Certfiieates will be oooducted i Linden on May 6th and 7th, j 1910. . | Work will be^in 8:30, a. to.;j .a tJpiB; p/easv ! > o ■ } R^p^ctfull v, M. G. Bates j Co. Supt. Mr S ii £«ftrick of the Alamo Mills wa& in the city Monday. Hon H A O'Neal went, to Jef- ferson Monday to address the i people in interest of his candi- daoy for State Senator. Culbert Spencer of I We are in the business for Hughes Springs has yielded to : peas and the solicitations of bis many .cash. Iriendsand consented to enter j (jjyde Wynne of Linden the race for County Supt. jis vi8itiug sn Anlanta. 10 cents at the C Prof. peanuts. Will pay Jbb Hughes & Co. LAWS CHAPEL As i have not seen any ting from here in a good I will write a few tines. Hea-'fch is very good at em. .. * Mr Cicero Law of the Y, at hi*, home Friday night, Apr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 28 April 1910

4,-^ ■ C sf • fi m. pffe ;-->••• THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS., Publishers ATLANTA, = TEXAS March is Indeed the blowhard of the year. Do not count your bluebirds before they are hatched. This movement to dehorn women's hats grows In favor. Water faucets which yield fish will hardly thwart the food trusts. Soon somebody will be coming in breathlessly to report the first house fly. Three nations are in a race for the south pole. May none of them get cold feet It Is getting so that it must hurt the feelings of the ham to have to as- sociate with the eggs. The government is going to give us weather tips while we wait That's the way we get the weather. With three nations racing for the south pole It Is fortunate that Amer- icans are/ nimble on their feeL See where you would be now finan- cially if you had bought a ton of platinum when it was cheap! Platinum is going up to $710 a pound. Thus we see that the perni- cious example of beefsteak continues to spread. There would be no part...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 28 April 1910

NOT VERY REASSURING WORTH OF GOLD §5 ffim * i. 3y meredith Nicholson ILL U6TRA T/O/icJ BY RAY WALTERS <uWfUCHT no? ov OO&BS -ffCRRlU. OA. SYNOPSIS. M! Patricia Holbrook and Miss Helen Holbrook, her niece, were entrusted to the care ot Laurance Donovan, a writer, summering near Port Annandale, Miss Patricia confided to Donovan that she feared her brother Henry, who, ruined by ft bank failure, had constantly threatened ker 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 ana 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 the man he supposed was Holbrook,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 28 April 1910

Pig m LAND LISTED Carney & Allday, THE LAND MEN Atlanta, Texas NUMBER 1. 166 acres, 60 acres in cultivation, 80 acres under a rail, wire and plank fence, 8 acres in pasture, one 4-room house, 3 rooms frame, other room boxed and ceiled and papered; hall, porch all the way round the house, built in 1903, on the old Atlanta and Linden road, 2 miles to 2 churches and school. All the land is fresh, character of the soil is mixed sandy loam and dirt, clay sub-soil, 120 acres (pine 16-in. up sold) balance white oak, gum, etc. Value o£ the timber, outside of the pine, $1,000.00. Place has one barn, 32x42, couple cotton houses, 12x12x8 in field, good barn 14x16, covered with shingles. Price, $1,850.00; half cash, balance two payments. NUMBER 2. 100 acres, situated 5 miles from Atlanta, on the Atlanta and O'Farrell road; 50 acres in cultivation, all fenced, with good rail and wire fence, 3 acres in peaches and apples, 10 acres in good pasture with carpet grass and good running water. All ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 5 May 1910

n^s ^4i mm LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People .00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. X Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday. May 5, 1910 No.3S Shaving soap Nickel Dime. CITY COUNCIL IN REGULAR SESSION cent at mains THE COMET Mrs George Newkirk of Ft Worth is the guest of Mrs, C. W. ^Newkirk, brush The City Council met in reg- ular session Monday night. Aid Ellington presiding in the ab- sence of Mayor Allday. Regular business was disposed of and a number of new items of interest came up for discuss* ion. T. F. Perkins put in bi«l for tapping water mains. Other bids previously submitted, his included, on tapping were carried over. A. C. Smith was authorized \ to act for council in the open ing of an alley or street to the east of R. H. Porter's residence facing Hiram street. City Marshal was instructed to notify Joe Hill to move fence obstructing alley, and to have same removed and alley cleared Moved and seconded by Coun cil to assist the ladies in beau dr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 5 May 1910

* e^k ? tit tm Thla contractor got results. Some years ago a contractor build- ing a railroad in a Warm climate was troubled a great deal by sickness among the laborers. He turned his attention at once to their food and found that they w^re getting full rations of meat and wertf drinking water from a stream near by. He isBued orders to cut down the amount of meat and to increase great- ly the quantity of Quaker Scotch Oats fed to the men. He also boiled Quaker Scotch Oats and mixed the thin oatmeal water with their drinking water. Almost instantly all signs of stomach disorders passed and his men showed a decided improve- ment in strength and spirits. This con- tractor had experience that taught him the great value of good oatmeal. Packed in regular packages and in hermetically sealed tins for hot climates, . . 53 As a Matter of Fact. "Old fellow," suggested the candid friend, "you use the expression 'As a matter of fact' entirely too much. You have no idea how frequently you sprink...

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

§SjI®?a &i Wmm*M mm i J -' |p | p Of?'!;/ ' - •' .-:■' • lUf m NEW KIND OF CORN Small Lot Sent from China to Agricultural Department. m /; i llr HI & |yI Pp: S\ 6';,v JHb? • isfiw Pi®' m $. r Pii *■?] £* Poecesees Qualities That May Make It Valuable in Breeding Variety Adapted to Hot and Dry Conditions in Southwest. A small lot of shelled corn, of a kind that is new to this country, was sent to the United States department of agriculture from Shanghai, China, in 1908, and tested the same season. It proved to have qualities that may make It valuable in breeding a corn Adapted to the hot and dry conditions of the southwest. The plants raised in the test average less than 6 feet in oeight, with an average of 12 green leaves at the time of tasseling. The ears averaged 5% inches in length and 4 1-3 inches in greatest circumfer- ence, with 16 to 18 rows of small grains. On the upper part of the plant the leaves are all on one side of the stalk, instead of being arranged in two row...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 5 May 1910

7 *" iXtM THE ATLANTA NEWS SUBSCRIPTION 1.00 PER ANNUM J no. L. Lovelace a. JFbed Lovelace Publishers, Entered at the postoffiee at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail matter DISPLAY ADVERTISING Single insertion per inch 10c Six months or more 7 l-2c 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 in before Wednesday. Obituaries arid 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 you have some important neighbor- hood happening to report, such as deaths, births, marriages, meeting. ANNOUNCEMENTS We are authorized to announce the following candidates, snbject to the a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 5 May 1910

by B. F. Ellington and Company sample Latest Model "Range*" bicycle furnished by us. Our agents fast. Write for full particulars and special offer at once lY KEQUIKKI) until you receive and approve of your bi making money IN CASH TOWN and district to ride and exhibit a ur agents everywhere are put it to any test you wish, keep the bicycle ship it CAPTADV DDffiCC ** e lurnisn ine rngnest grade bicycles it is possible to make rHvlVHI I niWM at one small profit above actual factory cost. You save $10 If you are then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish to p it back to us at our expense and you will not be out one cent. We furnish the highest grade bicycles it is possible to make to $25 middlemen's profits by buying direct of us and have the manufacturer's guar- antee behind your bicycle. DO NOT BUY a bicycle or a pair of tires from anyone at any price until you receive our catalogues and learn our unheard of factory prices and remarkable special offers to rider agents. mWII I RP JICT...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 5 May 1910

IT: sm THE ATLANTA A KiiWIf LOVELACE BR08£ BMfcftWertrS*^ a r M ■>,! , ATLANTA, TEXAS Now for the Mwwrc.bonnetal i' • ' H' ^ ; !: I "I • iT t- Spring, bless her, may go as far as iiii',7 mOmff ' she likes. 4^r Make room for &A rhubarb pie and shortcake. \ . 7/ OffJOJ i--' the strawberry shortcake. - - iti.iiiii ' When It saw the colonel the Sphinx remained discreetly (jril^njt^,., Girls' namesWritten' on eggs tore turned out of c$ld| storage from one to three years oji^ T)r| „. Simian dinners are still popular in the New York smart set and some of them cost $100 per plate. Paris has a "ham and iron" fair, though ham and diamonds would be a more appropriate combination. Japan is taking an Interest in base- ball. which seems to assure a cordial understanding beyond question. It will be hard for Kermlt to con- tent himself with the sport of clam digging when he gets back to Oyster Bay. Why should not the young man's fancy lightly turn to thoughts of love? Spring millinery bills ...

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

>* PS* f, i < WOULD NOT DENY IDENTITY 1 Admission of Charges, However, Might Have Been Made In More Digni- fied Manner." A characteristic figure in the poli- tics of the middle west once ran for congress from the state of Ohio. His free and easy manners made him pop- ular with the boys, but his life had not been irreproachable, and from many quarters came evidence of oppo- sition. This opposition crystallized finally at a meeting of the Ministers' league of the district, and a delegation %as sent to ascertain beyond question the truth or falsity of the charges against him. Though the object of their visit was lcnown to the candidate, he received the ministers with a hearty greeting, mnd stood before them smiling, while their chairman, a man of serious mien, tinburdened himself of the questions previously agreed on. "Mr. Blank," said the chairman, unc- tiously, "are you the man who has been seen frequenting race tracks? Are you the man famous in this com- munity for your devoti...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 5 May 1910

.s:ir qp-: ;?4,, ff#T!.". «cU • ^ ( {. ,U: — — K;® p\; fC fif Carney & Allday, THE LAND MEN Atlanta, Texas NUMBER 1. 166 acres, 60 acres in cultivation, 80 acres under a rail, wire and plank fence, 8 acres in pasture, one 4-room house, 3 rooms frame, other room boxed and ceiled and papered; hall, porch all the way round the house, built in 1903, on the old Atlanta and Linden road, 2 miles to 2 churches jand school. All the land is fresh, character of the soil is mixed sandy loam and dirt, clay sub-soil, 120 acres (pine 16-in. up sold) balance white oak, gum, etc. Value of the timber, outside of the pine, $1,000.00. Place has one barn, 32x42, couple cotton houses, 12x12x8 in field, good barn 14x16, covered with shingles. Price, $1,850.00; half cash, balance two payments. NUMBER 2. 100 acres, situated 5 miles from Atlanta, on the Atlanta and O'Farrell road; 50 acres in cultivation, all fenced, with good rail and wire fence, 3 acres in peaches and apples, 10 acres in good pasture w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 26 May 1910

K > **• *? ) \ ■yf*.' IIP ' ■ KMl fej£-'.- 'A- a „v te& si LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People" $1.0Q A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. X Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thufsday-i May 26. 1910 No. FREE SCHOLARSHIP SULLIVAN-SANFORD IN NURSING The Philadephia School , for Nurses, 2219 Chesnut Street, Philadelphia, Pa., offers free scholarship in trained nursing to young women in every state in the union. The scholarships cover the full two years course, with rooms, board, uniforms, ia/indrying, eto., included, and railroad fare paid to home town or district upon completion of the coarse. A Home Study Course and a short resident course are also provided, which quickly open the door to opportunity and en- able progressive students to render a noble service to hum- anity and at the same time ac- quire for themselves a sub- stantial income from the best paid occupation now open to women; besides qualifying every student to deal with emergencies in the home t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 26 May 1910

Wmm mmm A,!,*;; '«?•:m fSPnHHEpPHi ,ipB| SmB HAD BEEN TO THE SERVICE HI If. m w p I m , £ * ' I§. m. Impression on Childish Mind Was What Mother at First Failed to Understands Robert Saltsman, a prominent citi- zen of Erie, Pa., was in town the other day long enough to relate the strange church-going experience of his son Chester. The boy had been in the habit of going to church with his mother, but one Sunday she was un- able to go, and he persuaded her to let him go by himself. Well, when he returned from the seat of Gospel dis- pensation his mother was anxious to ascertain how closely $8*|ad paid at- tention. She asked him what had been the text for thefsermon. "Don't worry, you'll get the quilt," replied the boy promptly. The father failed to see the con- nection. Once more she inquired about the text, and the boy repeated his remark: "Don't worry, you'll get the quilt." This about convinced the mother that her son was getting a bit too fresh for so small a child, and she made u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 26 May 1910

Wt--: \ ISM m t NOT HARD BY COMPARISON Looked at In One Light, Nervous Man Really Had Little to Com* plain About. The New York subway train was Just leaving the ferry. The stout man with the genial smile and the easy-going manner settled back comfortably in his seat, .while his little, thin, nervous friend cleared his throat to speak. "As I was sayinp " started the nerv- ous man, "I have—" but his voice was lost in that of a small woman who was telling her friend all about f the deformity of her brother and paint- ing it in such a way as to make the small man shudder. Promptly he gave up what he was going to tell his friend, and listened in a nervous man- ner to what this woman had to say. At Eighth street the two women got off. "Now," continued the nervous man, "these two women got me all mixed up, and—," but again he was to be in- terrupted, for two other women had taken the seat occupied by those who had just left, and one was telling the other in a high-pitehed voice all about h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 26 May 1910

mmg§i Mm ATLANTA NE W?> iOKIPTION 91.00 PER ANJSnC jM L. Lovelace Fred Lovelace } Publishors , Entered at the postofflce at Atlanta - Texas, as second-class mail ire&tter DISPLAY ADVERTISING4 U Single insertion per inch -10° Six months or more.— -••••-'- 7 1"f° All ads. ran and chafed for until ordered discontinued. LOCAL ADVERTISING Each insertion, per line - -6° Notice All advertising copy should be in this office not latter than Wednesday lioon. . Church and society notices are given free insertion, but must be handed in before Wednesday. m Obituaries and cards of thanks will be charged for at the ratejof 2/jents ,a 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 For Congress, Morriss bheppard. For State Senator H...

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