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

-■ fSfe' Mi y-tJ, :ss: James & Graham and Compny •a 'efm?-9r Ia, Mm >* run an ad like this Keep Your Business Bofere the Buying Publio^It Will Pay You HNKAfiHTOWl aad district to rV* _ ride acd exhibit * ''agents everywhere an XO~ MOXXI BXQVI&KD until yon receive and appro veof yowtinrcit.* We this Mt it an/ test you wish. II you an then not perfectly satisfied or do not wish to keep the bicycle ship it back to us at our expense andj'Mv will not oe out one cent, mtmt races a s^Ss bj6o1N%rdOTSaU^ de or a pair of tires from anyone may trie* until you receive our catalogues and ieam o«r unheard ctf factor* tad remarkable tfecial offers to rider agents. WILL BE ASTOfliSSEI when yoa TCceive our beautiful catalogue and idv our superb models at the wonderfully ■i $rtca we can make you this year. We self thehinest grade bicycles for less money factory. o We are satisfied with $ijx> profit above factory cost. " ~ ™ yoa can sell oar bicycles under your own name plate at handle s...

Publication Title: Atlanta News, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 4 August 1910

m i$S* - I i 1 Sni If-' '.mi'. y m- ■. / . f ~in mc Ones Dives from Brooklyn Bridge for $250 NEW YORK.—A sharp-featured, un- dersized youth in ragged swim ming trunks, with a skimpy coat and <an old pair of trousers thrown oyer them, dived successfully from the cen- ter span / of Brooklyn bridge to tfie "East river, 135 feet below, for $250 in cash, two new suits of clothes and whatever renown the world may hold in store for a bridge Juniper. The late Steve Brodie acquired fame as a bridge jumper and long ran a Bowery saloon on the strength of it, but many say it. was never really proved that Steve really Jumped. Sev- eral would-be suicides have been fished out of the river unhurt after Jumping, but Otto Eppefs is the first to jump with unquestioned witnesses as part of a prearranged plan. The boy's first words when he was fished out of the river by the crew of a passing tug were: "Gee! But I hit Hard!" His nex^ were: "Say, whose got the makin's of a cigarette?" Eppers is sevente...

Publication Title: Atlanta News, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 4 August 1910

'..'V gSSSSi' ^ ' s * S ^ ■ ■ '- -*->3i^ i i ii i iiwilli hi ; fill P ^ slBr^ LA'- 'W^l ■ksiubh Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters if Especial Moment to the Progressive Agriculturist . ji ■• The best peace maker on a farm is an account book. A level-headed man avoids many ups and downs in life. Some men imagine thtey are honest Just because they have no good chance to steal. / By the compost heap the farmer is able to multiply his available manure many-fold. The union must have well defined policies, and those policies kept be- fore the people. If we would only do our thinking be- fore acting we would save a lot of brain fag -later on. The union without politics is like a ship without a rudder—sure to get on the rocks and shoals and sink. Trouble is like a cowardly man. It puts up a big bluff but shrinks as we approach It with determination. No farmer in this twentieth century is too big for his Job. The job is more likely to be too big for the farmer....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 4 August 1910

' -, :--T5 .. ."■ ' """-:, >VX>. n - NOTICE- T * HE PRESS WORK ON all our Printing. You will find it clear and leg- ible. We use perfeet type and best grades of ink. If you have any complaint to make do not hesitate to make it known We wish to give yon complete satisfaction in every detail. v5 v v ? ■«?*: « *Mf Producers To promote the prosperity of a com- munity we must increase our wealth. To increase wealth, we must create property, increase the value of property, and move property into the community. The farm, the mine and the fisheries are the natural wealth creating lines of industry. They create property. The building of' fac- tories, railroads, opening minrs and farms add Wealth to adjoining property. They increase the value of property. The immigrant and the capitalist in moving to Texas and buying farms and building railroads and factories storing property with them. They move property into the State. So view it as you will, to be pros- perous we must create property...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 August 1910

' Job Printing of ev ry de«crip- M ahort noticc. Advertisin g is an essential to any business.,.. Office of Publication on Hiram Street • /" — "The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEARnIN ADVANCE Vol. X Atlana, Cass Couny, Texas, Thursday, August 11, 1910 No. 52 *■ HAVE HAD THE PROOF The following are a few ex- tracts from prominent business men who have bad the proof as ability of our graduates. <*We have had two of your graduates in our employ and both have, given entire satisfac iicn. Your work is thoroughly practical and all you claim for "I am clerk of the District Court, I have had one of your in my office for sev- months, and find her com* in every respect.'' of your steno- xn my office; she takes in shorthand rapidly and 4ratwcribes them neatly and «ccurateiy on the typewriter, aod her general work is such that I can highly recommend I J "Saving employed several of four graduates, I think your instructions the best of its Kind ill the country." '•We have had six of your...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 August 1910

THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS., Publishers ATLANTA, TEXAS Keep In the shade, but not shady. These are bjisy days for electric and base ball fans. It will be difficult to make a fool- proof automobile. The man-birds are beating the other birds in their own specialty. Halley*s comet and Theodore Roose- velt are now retired from the spot- light In the economy of modern civiliza- tion the fly has no place. Swat him. and swat to kill! Does any one ' remember the big snowstorm of last winter and the fear- ful oaths that were uttered then? Aviators now get $10,000 a day, but the prospect Is that their wages will be cut down at least ten per cent. The man-bird who sees his supply Of gasoline running low becomes a subject of ridicule to the other birds. That Texas man who has adopted foliar bills as his calling cards will probably find the folks at home at any time. The back-to-the-farm movement is V«ry popular with those who could not fo if they would and would not go If they could. In hot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 August 1910

SaBSs^?^ m tmmm iSpll v/'-iV- ' >fp2f . aStt^ i --"isfe 6^3.;: mm*-. if. ':", '< by Meredith NiChoiaon JLLUtiTRATlom 3Y RAY WALTERS GOPVR/CHr 1907 BV BO&BS -/IEPRILL CA SYNOPSIS. Miss Patricia Holbrook and Miss Helen Holbroojt, her niece, were entrusted to •the care of Laurance Donovan, a writer, «umm ring near Port Annandale. Miss Patricia confided to Donovan that she "feared her brother Henry, who, ruined by % bank failure, had constantly threatened her, Donovan discovered and captured an intruder, who proved to be Reginald "Gillespie, suitor for the hand of Helen. 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 «aid he was Hartridge, a canoe-maker. Miss Pat announced her intention of fighting Henry Holbrook and not seeking another hiding place. Donovan met Helen iii garden at night. Duplicity of Helen ■was confessed by the young lady. At night, disguised as a nun, Hel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 August 1910

Wk THE ATLANTA NEWS By FLoyd Norm an and J.O. Jackson *5\v6^VWaxv\a'K6\Bs6xvV.a(v^8 o$"fctw ©\smfeT6 SUBSCRIPTION *1.00 PER ANNUM Entered at the postofflce at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail matter DISPLAY ADVERTISING Single insertion per inch — Six months or more ............7 1-20 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.c6nts 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 1. _ — X as A CAM Having lived here in my girlhood days and spent many pleasant hours with the people of Atlanta, I have no grater wish than to retu...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 August 1910

it' -NOTICE - HE PRESS WORK ON all our Printing. You will find it clear and leg. ible. We use perfeet ; V/. type and best grades of ink. If you have any complaint to make do not hesitate to make it known We wish to give you complete satisfaction in every detail. J^ocals and Personals Mrs. Mary Perdue has been seriously ill this week. T. A. Miles has just received a fine lot of turnip seed. Howard Carlo from Oklahoma is visiting Mrs, George. Lee Wicks is now in charge of the city water station. Fresh car floor will sell cheap at J no. Hughes & Co. Mrs. N. P. Powell is visiting in Bloomberg, Tex. this week. Paul Jett of Dallas visited in Atlanta the first of the week. Red River Honey at ^no. Hughes, at 10 cents a pound. Hubert Northan, of the Hous- tou ball olub, spent monday with home folks. Several of our boys are out of town this week—fishing in Lou- isiana. Mrs. H. E. Norton, of Hous- ton, is vibiting home folks here this week. Come and see my line before ordering your winter ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 August 1910

it# Ilr mi:, m ^; K l r:{; xjb>- EEJV^RD f%%3a%rMe*c**~~ ..." •r^ifi" e&sjet&j & yo&roA? JFciefj&zy VO f&fJSJWr> W , si I **. •«"- v-x|g : '■: ■ '4 THIS A MOST UNHAPPY CAT ITTLE BY LITTLE President Taft has come into direct line with one of the Roosevelt policies, and he will follow it in the future as he has been following it for some weeks. It will be the rule at the summer capital at Beverly, Mass., as it is today the fixed rule of procedure in the White House. The Roosevelt policy which President Taft finally ha^ adopt- ed as his own is the method of receiving visitors which was in force during the colonel's tenure of office. It is possible that Pres- ident Taft never will be able to adopt the Roosevelt policy of getting rid of his visitors, because the two men are constitutionally different in at least one respect It must be said, however, that the Roosevelt plan of receiving guests has done a good deal to save the tempers ofl White House visitors ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 August 1910

r. '■ ■ ' -•u* • ':m J ,'•>-: '"• ,:.> : - *yjf'" W-' Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters tf Especial Moment to the Progressive Agriculturist A cheerful liar maketh a mad as- sessor. Good bard oil makes an easy run- ning wagon. A portable forge is a time and money saver. Wben a man talks to you about bad luck, he probably means bad manage- ment. The farmer who rules' his animals by kindness will find it more effective tfcanr a club. Some silly people are like peas in a tin pan. The less there is in them, the more noise they make. A strong labor vote always does a lot of" good—it instructs the politician In the way he should go. We cannot all own everything for running our work, but we need not become a common nufpance by being a common borrower. Pride is not the only thing that goes before a fall. Some people get so reckless that any old thing goes, even other people's money. The man who contents himself with the thought, "I am not as bad off as my n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 11 August 1910

WW ym James & Graham Wagons j ,'.••• -■ ••• m ington and Compan - WHY NOT - RUN AN AD LIKE THIS Keep Your Business Bofere the Buying Publics-It Will Pay You *5\ve 3\.\Va,w\a "Ke\ s Our Citizens. The density of population and the activity of the citizenship has largely to do with the prosperity of a com- munity. We must look to the stork and the immigration agent to increase our population. Texas has the larg- est families of any State in the Union. The size of the average Texas family is 5.25, and the size of the average family in the United States is ,4.75. We have in Texas 122,000 births an- nually, which is a birth every four minutes. POSSUM TROT I have been layin quietly by, watchin, waitin, and meditatin some time. Doodley Johnson ask me iother day wh* I dident write some prints for the Atlanta Nuse. By the way I nofcist that the Nnse has changed hands and I dident no whether Dr. Stansel would have enny of my reform spellin or not. I have thot that the Nuse was faverabel to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 18 August 1910

Advertising Job Printing is an essential to1 any business.,., j of every descrip on short notice. 'The Newspaper for the People" .00 A YEARglN ADVANCE Office of Publication on Hiram Street Atlana, Cass Couny, Texas, Thursday, August 18, 1910 Vol, XI J. A. KEMP GETS THREATENED LETTER SUM- MER RATES warranted to wear / H ~ ;r * , rp. \ ! % * * if if if if if * * if if if if if if if if Jo &\)ev^ ©\ tvct \w ^VWawta awd Jaws "RacHU Sunraty & \ov.VV I&aV.e aw v-: ^v! . •- iSQg& i ' Abstract of Title ^ P ■ " - « ' . <J ' 1 To any town lot or parcel of land in above mentioned town or survey for Ten Dollars, providing your order is placed with me before August 31, 1910. After August 31, the full charge will be made, which will make an abstract cost you from $15.00 to $25.00, ac- 'a cording to number of transfers. For your protection you should have an ab- stract of your town lots or lands and learn the condition of your title, for the reason that the longer you wait the m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 18 August 1910

f" W'"--•-' \{ HBRii THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS., Publishers ATLANTA. TEXAS Nice and cool to fight files! Weather Jokes are bound to be dry. Do you think the weather man la playing to the galleries? Meanwhile, remember that there ia «lways some hotter place. Do not argue with the contagion- spreading house fiyP Swat him! "Doing nothing" has been defined to a looker-on at a game of checkers. Drownings are increasing in direot proportion to the carelessness of hu- manity. It does not necessarily help any to get cold feet during this sort of weather. You will enjoy your own outing bet- ter If you help others who are less able to get one. A man has reached the limit of boredom when he ceases to laugh at his own witty remarks. An airship that goes only 33 miles an hour will not make much of an appeal to the joy rider. And after the confounded potatoes get up, every blessed cutworm turns Into a blooming potato bug! A St Louis man claims that he never had to swing on a car strap. A cir...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 18 August 1910

f . ' •'. -,/; ■ ?: ■'- - I t&m- rat Wmm Sj ,¥^J>'' . &#lr E?0Sti., K's Ift : I# Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters Especial Moment to the Progressive Agriculturist It 1b better by far to be safe than «orry. Clean the harness directly after iising. Most people slip up on their own nmoothness. "Judge not" should ever he present, ■when we begin to question the mo- tives of others. High finance means the ability to separate men from their money with- out the aid of a sand bag. We get, as a rule, in all the lines of life just about what we pay for, and •we pay for all that we get Anyb<4dy can play the fool, but he Is a rare genius who plays It and re- ceives the applause of the multitude. Money will buy transportation to al- most any desirable place except Heav- en, and It will buy almost anything except happiness. We shouldn't care how many times we have to do' a thing in order to get It right, but It is a great deal more satisfactory to get it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 18 August 1910

.wuvtv -Citjwr. THE ATLANTA NEWS By FLoyd Norman and J.O.Jackson 1 SUBSCRIPTION 91.00 PER ANNUM Entered at the postofflce at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail matter DISPLAY ADVERTISING Single insertion per inch Six months or more- 7 1_f.c All ads. ran and charged for until ordered discontinued. LOCAL ADVERTISING Each insertion, per line - 60 Notice ah 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 wili be charged for at the ratejof 2/jents 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. Some people give and take, while others just takes and takes. The Cass County Industrial Leag...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 18 August 1910

TP r-. . J* '' '• ■■'■' ■,'■£?.= jjocals and personals L. H; McWilliams is quite sick. W. A Howe has fruit-jars Rev. T\ B. Vinson of Queen City was. in town monday. Mrs. Jim Jett, is on a v sit in Arkansas this week. Miss Irma Walker of Jefferson is visiting Miss Fay Johnson. Fresh Mackeral at John Hughe's Miss Anna Ellington went tc Vivian, L<a., to spend a few days Barbed wire at W. A. Howe's. Mrs. M. A, Grealey went to Texarkana, on a business trip Tuesday. A nice line of matting rugs 3x6 fop 75q at W. A. Howte's. Will Gage is with C. W Mc- Clung while Wright aud wi e are in St. Loujjk Mrs. Willism* left for Ballin- ger, Tf'Xas, this week to be gone a few days. y \ Mis, H K O'Neal left ye9 er- day for Gate*ville to visit her daughter More of that tnn cent honey at Jn jM. Hughes MissPdjrd Jetter has returned from 8 h rev e port and Moorings- port La. Mr. Burnice Culberson, of Texarkana; is visiting his sister Mrs. A Howe. ; 25 pounds Good Head Rice for $1 at W. A. Howe's Miss I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 18 August 1910

>■ URING the first week in February, 1910, the Cuban National Horticultu- ral society, an organization the mem- bership of which is almost exclusive- ly American and Canadian, held its fourth annual meeting in Havana. In connection, a horticultural show was open; among the exhibits were cit- rus fruits from every section of the island. The fruits were large, juicy, clean, thin-skinned, heavy, beautifully colored and delicious in flavor. Flor- ida had sent across grape fruit and oranges from famous orchards of the peninsular state, to facilitate invidious compari- son, and the comparison, when made, showed that Cuba can produce citrus fruit of first-class qual- ity, and, moreover, that she is doing so. Citrus-fruit culture is the principal interest of American and Canadian settlers throughout Cuba. Cubans and Spaniards are growers of no citrus fruits save pineapples—the grape fruit and orange groves belong to the English-speaking colonists. Orange and grape fruit culture is tl}e b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 18 August 1910

m- - •A:f. M pi . For Hot Days K Mi k JUST the newest and loveliest things in millinery for the all too brief midsummer have been placed be- fore the fascinated eyes of the devotee to outdoors and fashion. Black and white or the coldest of colors, lace and more lace, these are the paramount ideas that the modistes have put into triumphs of execution. Nothing was ever imagined for the dog days, love- lier than the hat ef white chip in which the contour of the brim is out- lined with two rolled folds of black velvet placed on the under side. About the crown are set large roses made ct fine princess lace and set in dark green foliage. These flowers of lace are exquisite. So far the lily and rose have been made and no other blossoms can be more beautiful than they. Wide Val edging for the roses and all-over patterns for the lillies are destined to be the favorite, but if one possesses a long purse or has some yards of old lace, plea&e imag- ine roses made of a duchess lace! The fine...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 18 August 1910

IPPL m - x •■• SRwaaeg * /-^ - '$HSfc;sa - NOTICE - HE PRESS WORK ON all our Printing. You will find it clear and leg- ible. We use perfect type and best grades of ink. If you have any complaint to make do not hesitate to make it known We wish to give you complete satisfaction in every detail. 5Vve "Ke\ s G^'ice AN OPEN LETTER RAIN FOLLOWS OSE FROM DR. STANSEL & Bs To the readers and patrons of the Atlanta News. I have sold all my interest in and to. the Atlanta News and all accounts due, or against said plant, to Messrs Norman & Jackson. Mr Floyd Norman is of the Jimplecute, Jefferson, and is "1 believe" a thorough business and newspaper man. Mr. J. O. Jackson is recently from Henri- etta, Tex., and is also a good wide-awake printer and news- paper worker. I bespeak for these two gentlemen, great suc- cess; especially so if those they serve will stand by them and give them the patronage they deserve at your hands. I was told in Linden in Feb- ruary that there was a fine ope...

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