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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 4 June 1908

I :-PM fllillilK 35 * ~ - PllP^ "•'■ "r: I SsliffiPlvP - WJit . • - * ' . - •'." v.' -:n?., '■-*■• v ; h§; r PRI r -—'• LOVfCLACK llilOii., Publish kit- and Proprietors ■'Tiie Newspaper for the People : ",-fe .00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE VSSM i Vol. VIII Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, June 4, 1908 No. 42 —; First National Bank "X"•* l '• r, ATLANTA, TEXAS ir; i ite£r-'- fe"- fe"* 1£ I CSOU12 CES • • •I 11110 3. 1908 Loans and Discounts . $ 249,553.43 U. S. Bonds ; 18,750.00 Banking House. Pur. & Fixt. & Real Est. 12,484.81 Cash and Exchange 47,817.14 Total...... ..... , $ 328,605.38 V " ' • ..' ' / ■ . v . i v >1 • ' ■ ■ ' ■ ' i \ We call your attention to the above statement of our Re- sources, which show the sol- condition of the Bank. We i1 will appreciate your account. - v ' ' " "A.. ■ ' JNO J. ELLINGTON. President J. G< KING, Cashier - wmm I Died Monday Frank Birmingham, the two and a half year old son of Mr. and Mrs J H Bitmingham died Monday. He vwas stricken a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 4 June 1908

CHIEF TOPICS AND SPEAKERS AT CONFERENCE FOR CONSERVATION OF NATURAL RESOURCES Natural Resources Conference At the White House May 13, 14, IS |p; v \ - :',vv f fe Off ll's'G ' ^ • ; • * v a - • m. m " - ' i f H S v « g; :%h, ' My * % < W} i fw Mm &mr 9HE&&& wmm '• ■ft < ■ & l< Topics Under Discussion Some of the Chief Talkers (AH from stereographs, copyright, 1908, by Underwood & Underwood, New York.> Ingenious news Photograph, showing at a glance a most remarkable, epoch-making conference, the first of its kind in the history of civilization. —- — - — - - * •"*" "O VWV W Villi tJVVil W 1WV V«W111^I0| HCVlCUli J VUi VCI/UU, VJUT i Vfc wuaouun, w uubtvv AI*V VWJ v> — ~-r - J court. Gov. Haskell of Oklahoma, Gov. Curry of New Mexico, William J. Bryan, Andrew Carnegie, James Wilson, secretary of agriculture; Gov. Hughes ana Gov. Johnson of Minnesota. On the margin are pictured mining, cattle raising, railroading, farming, river transportation, manu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 4 June 1908

MM FOR STUFFED TOMATO SALAD. New Recipe Recommended by Fannie Merritt Farmer. "A stuffed tomato salad is one of my new recipes," writes Fannie Merritt Farmer, the great cooking authority, in her monthly page in the Woman's Home Companion. "Peel six small to- matoes, cut a slice from the stem end of each, remove the soft inside, sprin- kle the insides with salt and let stand, inverted, 30 minutes. Mash half a ten- cent cream cheese, add six chopped pimolas, one tablespoonful of finely chopped parsley, one tablespoonful of tomato pulp, one-fourth o- a teaspoon- ful of dry mustard and enough French dressing to moisten. Fill the tomato cases with the mixture, and serve on lettuce leaves with mayonnaise dres- sing, which may be successfully made if one will but follow directions. Mix one teaspoonful of mustard, one tea- spoonful of salt, one teaspoonful of powdered sugar and a few grains of cayenne. Add the yolks of two eggs, and stir until thoroughly blended; then add one-half teaspoonf...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 4 June 1908

i*. ATLANTA NEWS ilPTION 1.00 PER ANNUM Jno. L. Lovela.ce a . Fred Lovelace Z I ICE J Publishers. Entered at the postofflee at Atlanta Texas, aa 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 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 Thursday. 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 you have some important neighbor- . hood happening to report, such as deaths, births, marriages, meetings, etc., send it in; if not, do not write. ANNOUNCEMENTS. All names appearing in th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 4 June 1908

mm %- M ~"~y 5 'i&m 8la 111 Tlie Opportunity of a Lifetime Se'; 1-i!-.vhrj>a uv on the mark;1! f.,r H i «"IV: V u i.vs -it ! n" !-us!, ft !.-• evt-r Q.1T r.i=: l.iy-tiifa high grade biismws i-oitoge in. Amori -a. O ir $100 uni'imitcH scholarships fn bookK^cipirtg. vvbpiesaietug, banking, penmanship, business arithmetic, bu.->ine:-;s jaw, let!e« 'Wrif inir, shori hand and typo - wi lting, aro Oaw To the Voters of the 5th ©fill District Jtidi My opj.H>tKmr, Mr. Pounders at tacks iriy record ah Judge. He does not state all ray record, md misrepresents that he does state. Since I have been onthe bench the Court of Criminial Appeals SOO. Scholar i ',as decided 69 felony convic ahius in all department.- for aixj1'011 a:u' before me: months, heretofore!$75—now $f)0 Affirmed Sc[iv i:irs:ui s in bmine>s and t/o-writing, formerly §05—now ggj0. {Regular.$50 li.e .scholar- ships in business or shorthand a-rd typewriting, now even $40 Scholarship in any department thiiie tnontUs,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 4 June 1908

; - Hi vf THE ATLANTA NEWS m p . i.. n- S'1 • i ® • LOVELACE BROS., , Props ATLANTA, - - - . TEXAS As Natural as Life. New York has been having an ex- hibition of nearly 200 dolls, collected from all nations, and representing cen- turies of doll development. Dolls are in existence which date back to 4000 B. C. They were found in Egyptian graves, and are simply miniature mum- mies. But the oldest dolls of Mrs. Starr's unique collection are from Peking, and came from the palace of the dowager empress. Mrs. Starr has dolls representing Dutch fishwives, women from Lapland equipped with snowshoes, Indian soothsayers, Mex- ican runners, French lacemakers and New England country girls of a cen- tury ago. One Egyptian doll was made entirely of mud, except its hair. An- other was constructed of a bamboo stick, dressed in a single garment, and with a mass of long black hair. The pith of a tree was carved into a charm- ing doll, and California seaweed was the material of another. A perplexed l...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 4 June 1908

P H::'- ' ■ ®lil§ life; >as mi m SERIAL STORY THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Anihor o! "THE MAIN CHANCE." ZELDA DAMERON," Etc. Copyright 11)06 by Bobbs-llerrill Co. CHAPTER VI.—Continued. I turned to stand face to face with the girl in the red tam-o'-shanter. "I beg your pardon," I said, stepping away from the canoe. She did not wear the covert coat of the morning, but a red knit jacket, but- toned tight about her. She was young with every emphasis of youth. A pair of dark blue eyes examined me with good-humored curiosity. She was on good terms with the sun—I rejoiced in the brown of her cheeks, so eloquent of companionship with the outdoor world—a certificate indeed of the fa- vor of Heaven. Show me, in October, a girl with a face of tan, whose hands have plied a paddle or driven a golf- ball or cast a fly beneath the blue arches of summer, and I will suffer her scorn in joy. She may vote me dull and refute my wisest word with laughter, for hers are the pr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 4 June 1908

IvH ftfjg fe&A D.I4 BlV4 &Vy4 «.$/& &I4 rJU IM4 A,V/AAk9,* 464 §k$-® ifcAtft §4 M4 ffe$4fe #,M !k,f<rt •.I/O 6vv<# Ont-4 ^ tttspir.'r *4?f? ,#f1?itw*37*f~r jt;, , •& Contest Closes ■- . * k? W I WANT to say to those<who< are contest- ing for my GRAPHOPHONES that have been advertised in the News since Janu- ary r that the Contest will come to a close on the 15th of June 1908. All those who have tickets in said contest, will bring thecn in by the 15th of June 1908. After that date they will not be counted ps I do not expect to continue this primium any longer than the date above men- tioned. Please govern yourselves accordingly A. C. Smith & * ■tm. ~'± % 4 4i. ■T 4 jlfl jk'k ;1Ct 2*|*C ijCk i*j*C v|Ci i"jCc itt £j|C& f%Sf W w*irw WgW •'A*# rll •'A># 9^mW CAW W1# § •"■p® ■'! &mW WirW) 9 9rK^ VM tj Mi / Notice We the undersigned Mer- chants of Atlanta agree to close our places of business at 6:30 o'lock every day from June 10th until! Septe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 June 1908

PStaB t ATLANTA NEWS. ii LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. VIII Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, June 11, 1908 No. 4 3 First National Bank ATLANTA, TEXAS RESOURCES •I line 3. 1908 Loans and Discounts $ 249,553.43 U. S. Bonds 18,750.00 Banking House, Fur. & Fixt. & Real Est. t 12,484.81 Cash and Exchange 47,817.14 Total... $ 328,605.38 We call your attention to the above statement of our Re- sources, which show the sol- condition of the Bank. We w ill appreciate your account. JNO. J. ELLINGTON, President J. G- KING, Cashier and saloons and turn a deaf ear to the people? We do not be- lieve it! The grand old party has always been willing to trust the people and it will not turn them down this time at the be- hest of the beer and liquor pi- rates.—Home and State. Teachers Elected ATLANTA MARKETS Cash Prices Carefully Corrected Weekly for the News We give below cash prices prevailing in Atlanta this week....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 June 1908

' '■ THE ATLANTA NEWS !-;?r1 LOYELACE BROS.. Publishers ATLANTA, - - ■ - TEXAS The Philippines have about 200 miles of railroads. Millions in water power Is not the same thing as millions in water in Wall street. Some of these beauty doctors should try to get a reputation by removing those spots from the sun. Europe is all furbished up for the American tourist, and the pockets of the hotelkeepers have been reinforced. Louisiana has a steel sawmill with a capacity of 600,000 feet a day, which is said to be the largest in this country. While the flounder is a salt-water fish specimens have been found in the Rhine as far up as Mayence, and even in the Necker. For many months an eastern girl kept her marriage to a nobleman secret. It's curious, though, how things will get out on one. A firm fs now losing money on a patent medicine that once made mil- lions. They should re-label it and sell it as furniture polish. It is difficult in England to arouse an interest in the preservation of fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 June 1908

^•SERIALf t/> story cyj * / • ■ ■K THE HOUSE OF A THOUSAND CANDLES By MEREDITH NICHOLSON Alitor •! "TBI MAI* CHANCE,' DAMEIQN." Etc. ZELDA Copyright 1906 by Bobbt-MerrUl Co. CHAPTER VII.—Continued. ' One thing only I found—the slight scar of a hammer-head on the oak paneling that ran around the bed- room. The wood had been struck near the base and at the top of every panel, for though the mark was not perceptible on all, a test had evidently been made systematically. With this as a beginning, I found a moment later a spot of tallow under a heavy table in one corner. Evidently the furniture had been moved to permit of the closest scrutiny of the paneling. ' Glenarm House really promised to prove exciting. I took from a drawer a small revolver, filled its chambers with cartridges and thrust it into my hip pocket, whistling meanwhile Larry [Donovan's favorite air, "The Marche Funebre de Marionnettes." My heart went out to Larry as I scented adven- ture, and I wished him with me; but...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 June 1908

h i ~ minri Triiir "iimrn i ri: mm isfc. m. W-: THE ATLANTA NEWS SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER ANNUM JNO. L. LOVEIjACR I - Publishers. A. Fred Lovelace J Entered at the postotflce 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 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 Thursday. Obituaries and cards of thanks will charged'ror at the rate of 2 cents a line, x o 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 repori, such as deaths, births, marriages, meetings, etc., send it in; if not, do not wri...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 June 1908

To The Voters Of Cass County - l||i£ m*v- ,:V «. Commencement Exercises The commencment exercises of Atlanta P.ublic Schools were held at the Opera House Mon- day, Tuesday and Thursday nights of this week. The exer- cises were well attended and appreciated by those who attend- ed. The teachers have labored earnestly during the year. The pupils have made a correspond- ing progress. Lack of space forbids the mention of the va- rious numbers on the program. The graduating class this year is composed of J.« Kaleski, and Misses Louise £)avis, Pearle McWilliams, Nettie Walker, Kate Harrison, Margaret Cham- blee, Ouida Miles. The address to the graduating class was de- livered by Dr. W. P. Parker of Marshall. The News congratulates the Teachers and the pupils on their years' progres. ■ ' O.a ;he 25th day of July the Democratic electors of ('ass county will be called upon for the first time to select <*i County Superintendent of Public In- struction. I desire to submit my name to the vot...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 June 1908

j® I wmi- m AND HANKS A RUSTIC SEAT. ft Can Be Made by the Person Handy with Tools. The rustic settee illustrated in Fig. 1 may be made 6 feet long, which will accommodate four averaged-sized per- sons. It is not advisable to exceed this length, as then it would look out of proportion, says the Wood-Worker. Select the material for the posts, and for preference branches that are inches,, up from the lower ends of posts. The front center lejf is par- tially halved to the front rail and also connected to the back post by a bear- er, 4 inches deep by 1% inch thick. This bearer is tenoned to the back post. Fig. 3 shows a sectional view of the bearer joint to front leg, and also the half-round seat battens resting on the bearer, also showing them with their edges planed. It is advisable to have a space between the edges of each batten, say about one-eighth inch, to allow rainwater to drain. The ends of the seat battens are pared away to fit the transverse rails neatly as shown in Fig. 2. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 June 1908

mm 'jv>:vy 14^ ' - -5 iu:c, .■*■■'■ t:* * H«bk, llgjlf ' j II ft ;*;••• '•• I IB I ?->•"'' ■1 fr ' 'fv/.-V |i i SMI 2 " ;/ • -■ .-■ I P #jf, Cr. s3fg& I & Ife 'iwate* mss. SOPHIA KHTLE5EN HEALTH VERY POOR- RESTORED BY PE-RU-NA. Catarrh Twentu-five Years- Had a Bad Cough. Miss Sophia Kittle sen, Evanston, Illinois, U. S. A., writes: "I have been troubled with catarrh for nearly twenty-five years and have tried many cures for it, but obtained very little help. "Then my brother advised me to try Pernna, and I did. "My health was very poor at the time I began taking1 Peruna. My throat was very sore and I had a bad cough. *Peruna has cured me. The chronic catarrh is gone and my health Is very much improved. "I recommend • Peruna to all my friends who are troubled as I was." PERUNA TABLETS:—Some people pre- fer tablets, rather than medicine in a fluid form. Such people can obtain Pe ru- aa tablets, which represent the medici- nal ingredients of Peruna. Each tablet equals one...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 June 1908

sis®® SHI r"S : * Contest Closes •is * * * * * ♦ * * * * * * * * * I WANT to say to those who are contest- ing for my GRAPHOPHONES that have been advertised in the News since Janu- ary, that the Contest will come to a close on the 15th of June 1908. All those who have tickets in said contest, will Bring them in by the 15th of June 1908. After that date they will not be counted as I do not expect to continue this pnmium any longer than the date above men- tioned. Please govern yourselves accordingly * * * * * * * * * * * A. C. Smith f *T 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4* 4**1* 4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4*4*3? Let There Be a Hearing The time is at hand when the conditions prevailing at A. & M. College must be taken firm- ly in hand and settled once for all]. The Chronicle fairly and frankly discussed the matter some months ago, when the situation was very acute, and when the wend of events seem- ed to point to the ultimate re- sult that the action of the facul- ty and the regulations prescrib- ed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 18 June 1908

3S> s *%i tep * ' V' -- * • ' < .*-• • ' ' • 1® fc?if' ' - v/iV ■ ' """ " •>• "; ■■■}■'■' " -.1 S r- - * ? r'&aKSr- '■' - '-.i'* a-sffi • -, -- - s>.A# '• ; ; ' rv. -. • ' ■ - , * " NSwbSWK#?* ^••"- ®g |2 f^V r?. LOVELACE BROS., Publishers and Proprietors "The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. VIII Atlanta, Cass County, Texas, Thursday, June 18, 1908 No. 44 % Statement of Condition of The Atlanta National Bank - t Atlanta, Texas • ; ' 5 *' ' "j, • At the Close of Business June 6, 1908 Loaus and Discounts $117,193.15 Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures.. 7,391.32 U. S. Bonds $30,000.00 Premium Bonds 1,350.00 Cash 75,983.74 107,333.74 $231,918.21 Capital, Surplus and Profits $ 66,243.75 Circulating Notes Outstanding 30,000.00 Deposits. .. . 135,664.46 Clearinghouse Certificates 10.00 $231,918.21 We invite your closest criticism on above state- ment and solicit your account on the merits thereof. P. C. WILLIS, Cash. W. A. POWELL, Asst. L, F. ALLDA...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 18 June 1908

I l P ' * mMR i1 m§ ' . M h- x& &z%Vi&z*3 &&* - >: PLUG CHEWING TOBACCO STAR has for years been the world's leading brand of plug chewing tobacco. Statistics show that about one-fifth of all the chewers of plug tobacco chew STAR, There's a reason for this enormous and con- stantly increasing num- ber of STAR chewers, and it's just this— Star Plug ha* always been manufactured with one sole object in view— to give chewers the best chew of tobacco it is pos- sible to produce, yet to sell this STAR chew at a moderate price. More chewers are learning every day that STAR, considered from the standpoint of true merit, has no competitor, and is the one best chew. For a long time there was a prejudice (which probably still'exists) among certain chewers against the use of what is generally termed 4 'Navy Tobacco,"becauseof the impression that all to- bacco of that character is too sweet It is true that some brands of tobacco, similar in appearance to STAR, are too sweet...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 18 June 1908

m THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS., Publishers ATLANTA, TEXAS All the world guys the lover. — How could a breathless mail be without pants? In a favorable wind a fox can scent a man one-quarter of a mile away. The number of victims of tubercu- losis in Germany exceeds 120,000 a year. Spain is spending $40,000,000 on new battleships and lockyard con- struction. Fortunately the girls aren't wear- ing the old-fashioned hoopskirt along with the Merry Widow hat. The largest quill toothpick factory is in Paris. It was originally started as a manufactory of quill pens. When a tornado makes one of its flying visits unannounced you have to forego all previous engagements. The Sunday Rest league, with head- quarters in Sacramento, is spreading rapidly all along the Pacific coast. Sun pot3 are causing a great deal of talk among astronomers, and also, it may be remarked, among beauty doctors. Remember that while your own home city is the fairest in the land, all towns must look alike to the rail...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 18 June 1908

mm fc£m ISte' § I . jr ■ <"., 9a® •;jjrv -y /V^ HUTCHISON'S M: :- HUTCHISON'S HmtMisoH MtDfcmtco aytEN cntf texas. PRICE 2S CERTS. i, HUTCHISON'S IMMlS NQZ027 6UA8AMTCED UrWERFOOCAMOpmOS • ACT.JUNE30.l80e • Qy«n cnr.TtxAS. PRICE 23 CEftTS. i vl Trade-Mark. # J. C. HUTCHISON'S Antiseptic Healing Oil The best known remedy for; ^ Burns, Cuts, Bruises, ^ Stings or Bites of Insects, <& Eczema, Itch, Piles, and $ Boils. It is healing, cool- 2 ing and soothing to any i & kind of sores or wounds. | FULL DIRECTIONS ON THE BOTTLE. Guaranteed under the Footi and Drugs Act. June 30. 1306. No. 2627. PHICE, 25 CENTS. ~ PREPARED BY HUTCHISON MEDICINE CO., QUEH CHI, TEXAS. €i£:€£££A HUTCHISON MED. CO. PRES6 J. 0, HUTCHISON'S AMMONIfiTED IC0UGH CUREll CONTAINS 5 % ALCOHOL. A remedy for Coughs, Colds, ai/ Croup, Asthma, Dry Hacking 3Kj | Coughs, Loss of Voice. Soreness 5&S ' of Chest, Lung Fever, Spitting of Blood, Bronchitis and Whooping Cough. X; Adult Dose.—One teaspoonfui ^; eve...

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