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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 25 August 1910

m mm Job Printing of every descrip- " r', S^* jT • ,.19r/ « Advertising } is an essential any business.,., * r~~ OffIcS of Publication on Hiram Street *« -i The Newspaper for the People" Vol. XI Atlana, Cass Couny, Texas, Thursday, August us. 1910 *gs7 $1.00 A YEARqIN ADVANCE No. 2 m Jo G>MOTV6T VSI 2tx\d iaxve 'RAeYto $wroeaa $ "WlaVe aw Abstract of 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 foil charge will be made, which will make an abstract cost you from #15.00 to $25.00, acr cording to number of transfers^ . V • / . > . ' . ; . ' • ft x ■ ■ For your protection you should have an ab- stract of your town lots or lands and learn the condition of yonr title, for the reason that the longer yon wait the more difficult it will be to - "V . • . " cure the defects of which there are many, and possibly your title is defective. Order your abstract today, del...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 25 August 1910

THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS., Publishers ATLANTA, TEXAS Why is a housefly, anyhow? The merciful man is now very mer-, ciful to his beast. We know of some cats that never fail to como back. The Moros seem to be less gerous than Ice cream cones. dan- There are 130,000 foreign waiters in London, all with palms extended. How aeronauts have cities at their mercy in mimic warfare is becoming amazing. With a new record every day It seems there is no limit to the powers of an aeroplane. The Chicago • woman whose ear was bitten off by her husband, probably didn't feed him enough. There is a very bad $2 bill in circu- lation. Insist on getting your change In twenties and fifties. A Kansas judge rules th§£ it is the duty of pedestrians to dodge automo- biles. Also the necessity. Few horses are wearing- bonnets this season, probably because bonnets are absolutely out of style. If you can't swim stay near the shore. If you can swim be satisfied to tell your friends about it Two Philadelphians...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 25 August 1910

m rv w?m Wm « Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters <f Especial Moment to the Progressive Agriculturist i •if I V I m ■m* l ' cm A full pocketbook makes a sleepy tonscience. A decent man has little to fear from a good maker. Many a horse we think ornery, Is Just plain Ignorant. Good men are good; Imitators talk •bout being good. Money on a farm comes only with hard, persistent work. Business is service with profit. Crime is profit without service. The most beautiful thing that can be placed about a home is a well kept lawn. The mistakes of a neighbor are generally so big that they completely •hut out our own. It is better to be born a fool than to attain to this height by an ex- pensive education. " ' < A good many people, not satisfied with borrowing trouble, spend much of the time making more. A smile removes obstacles, over- comes obstacles, inspires faith and pav^ the way for business. If a boy imagines that an education will enable him to live wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 25 August 1910

gtfb'v S| ; *": ■■-*>•;.•■ SPHP1S g£2j&:?C£h ^V; ^ T" ':. i- ■■ W 5'- 'I :'r?H THE ATLANTA NEWS By FLoyd Nobman and J.O.Jackson subscription fl.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—.. r ". "" „"«i All ads. run and charged for until ordered discontinued. local advertising Each insertion, per line.—.... 6® 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 therate^of 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 1 imnni^ont T1 filch bor- : jk m W-* - fiLc ■ 1} Mi \ A PRETTY STORE While taking a little strole down ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 25 August 1910

•-r Wf: W§ pS® f- •-A ••*: _ ATLANTA'S FIRST BALE Was brought in Wednesday evening of this week by J. H. Williams, sr. The bale weigh- ed 390 pounds and sold for 14.90. A premium of $33.55 was sub- scribed, making the bale bring a total of $86.20. Following are the ones who subscribed, with amount each one subscribed placed opposite their names: R S Allday $2.00 2 00 2.00 1 50 P M Green W H Erambert & Son... W A Howe B P Ellington & Co.... ... 2 00 Atlanta Who. Grocery Co. 2.00 T A Miles 5<> M A Ledbetter 50 .50 .50 .25c .50 .ro || C W Newkirk & Co Will JHogan T P Perkins W D Lanier J B McOlung.. ... .... G R West brook 25 First National Bank 2.00 A Y Matthews. ,.... 25 Currv Oden 25 W'S Kirkland 25 W H Brunflon 25 J W Baucum 25 E A Allday, jr, 25 8 A Griffin 25 R Y Salmon 25 J H Griffin 0 25 J D Coon 25 Tom Hope v 25 Miss Ida Brown . -25 E P Laughter -25 "v'V I Sam Moseley W A Powell John Singlefeary Louis Mil as S J Baugus Kaleski 8 Spell Citizens Journal B 8 Cam...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 25 August 1910

wissi If BPsSSsi. Wt? ■ graft ■•iWxfe, ™Wm SST ': : ■fc?- M: I '" - (V «• mm miM*. AX I. ABOARD" SHIPPING fi HEAVY PAJSEVQER m m ;4'v SRC ?aM ■:f HE return of Colonel Roosevelt and party from Africa, with the cargo of animal speci- mens which had been killed during their In- vasion of the jungle, caused a New York dealer in wild beasts • to talk Interestingly of the busi- ness in which his firm is engaged. There are nearly a dozen firms in New York city that carry on an Immense business in the trans- portation of animals fresh from the Jungle. And this number, of course, does not include such immense foreign animal firms as the Bagenbacks. It is a paying business, as indeed, are all businesses where the demand exceeds the Ripply. The demand for wild beasts is far greater than the supply, and as a consequence prices are good, and the dealers men of wealth. The extent of this demand may be appreciated when one con- siders that most of the great cities In the United States have zoologi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 25 August 1910

vr «, VALUE OF SOY BEAN Qrowing in Importance as For- age Crop in Southern States. Admirably Adapted to Short Rota- tions, Taking an Entire Season, or Part, Following Some Small Grainr Crop—Used as Feed. v* • V "• v4-.' # • The soy bean, also called the "soja bean," Is a native of southeasteyiij Asia and 1— *~-~-|,rTiti—'— vate.d China and India Bince "iancient times. Upward of two hun- dred varieties are grown in these countries, practically every district of which has its own distinct varieties. The beans are there grown almost en- tirely for human food, being prepared for consumption in many different ways. Their flavor, however, does not commend them to Caucasian appetites and thus far they have found but small favor as human food in either Europe or America. As a forage crop, however, soy beans have become of increasing im- portance in parts of the United States, especially southward. They have been tested at most of the state agri- cultural experiment stations, and it is clear...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 25 August 1910

sprc- |gps v 1 fpy THE FARMERS *te ■■■.. F The farmers on the rural free mail delivery routes a re thor- oughly aroused over th*i plan of the Postoffioe Department to abolish the system of ,iree mail delivery. ' The Postoffice Department contemplates letting'oui the car rying of the mail1 on rural routes by contracts, the same as the old star routes of former titles. The reason the Depart- ment gives for this change is that it thinks the free delivery system is too expensive, ^ If the department wants to economize let is cut down thje prioe they are paying to the railroads for carrying ithe mail. It ia a notorious fact: that the railroads are being paid a gre^t deal more than they iphouldi re- ceive for the amount of ..mail they carry. But iail|pad corpo- rations know how to get in their work on the Department, while the farmers are dependent upon the wishes of th® Department for their free deliverf services. To put the rural delivery upon the old star route system would be to cripp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 September 1910

m mm W •• 4 "J; -fir" ■ ■ ' •" ' ' * . / "V ~ /• Job Printing of «**ry descr ip ' on short notice. Advertising is an essential to •ny business.. 1J. ■ J Office of Publication on Hieam Street "The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEARqIN ADVANCE 4 ... ■ - Vol. XI Atlana. Cass Couny, Texts. Thursday, September 1, 1910 No. 3 -AN Jo S\>et^ Owtvot vtv 3VW&ifta awd iaxve ^Ac\v\e Swd^ 5 \ \\V KtaV® ax\ * * * * if * * * * * * * * if * if if if IB HOY BEGS TO BE SENT TO REFORM SCHOOL Abstract of Title .-. . ' •- ^ ■' - V. .i 4V'' . •• * "V* To any town lot op parcel of land in above mentioned town or survey for Ten- Dollars, providing yoar cmfcer i placed with me before / August 31, 1910. After August 31, the foil charge will be made, which will make an abstract cost yon from $15.00 to $25.00, ac- cording to number of transfers. * "■ V For your protection you should have an ab- stract of your town lots or lands and leoru the condition of your title, for the reason th** the longer you...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 September 1910

Wiffi- %mlW. m THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS., Publishers ATLANTA, - - - TEXAS Why worry when the swimming la good? Flying is sadly in need of a safety attachment , Don't make a man hot by telling tilm to keep cool. Among the few things that are bet- ter broken may be mentioned heat waves. v A German scientist has found 61,* <00,000 germs in a raisin. Boll your * raisins. §|f! £w • f Pw Man has constructed the flying mac chine, but he has not succeeded in laming it Life-insurance jmen who refused to take chances on 'the lives of aviators Bade a good guess. Instead of trying our popular songs en the dog we should first have them vung to the cow and note results. The emperor of China is to wear a military coat of European cut and tuck tils shirt Into his trousers. China Is up and coming That boy aviator who cuts circles In the sky will not have to wait more than a week or two before finding bimself the hero of a 5-cent thriller. A New York woman has recently been hunting through t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 September 1910

ffiplll %*■ -.j rv Drink of Quality 7*# Texatom Boy ■. AT FOUNTAINS AND IN BOTTLBS. DALLAS. THXA8 ODCATONB COMPANY •TT ACRE FARM—SS acres bearing Orchard, means a fortune to the buyer. Hzoeptionallr ad In New Mexico. Well watered. Price and WILLY WAS TOO LIBERAL Oversupply of Alcoholic Stimulants Disturbed Schedule of Funeral" Arrangements. Dean Ramsay's memoirs contain an anecdote of an old woman of Straths- pey. Just before he^Jtteath she sol- emnly instructed her grandnephew:" "Willy, I'm deeln', and as ye*ll hae the charge o' a' I have, mind now that aa jfctieh whisky is to be used at my fu- neral as there was at my baptism." vWllly, having jya record of the Quan- tity consumed at the baptism, decided to give every mourner as much as he MBned,' with the result that' the fu- neral procession, having to traverse ten miles to the churchyard on a short November day, arrived only at nightfall.- 'V n .; iV i t Then it was discovered that the mourners, halting at a wayside Inn, had res...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 September 1910

THE ATLANTA NEWS By FLoyd Noeman and J .O.Jackson SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PER ANNUM Entered at the postoffice at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail mattei DISPLAY ADVERTISING Single insertion per inch ----10c Six months or more- > j All ads. rnn and charged for until ordered discontinued. LOCAL ADVERTISING Each insertion, per line. 50 Notice aii advertising copy should be in this office not latter than Wednesday n°Cburch and society notices are given free insertion, but must be handed before Wednesday. ,. Obituaries and cards of thanks will be charged for at the rate.of 2.centa a li*No noetrv or verse accepted for publication, unless the editor shonli Country correspondents should get their letters in early in the week. Avoid silly neighborhood notes, it I fmnnrtant neiehbor- as Prizes Offered The Cass County Indurtrial League is coming to the fionj this week by offering some valu- able prizes for Cass County pre- ducts. This should be a great incentive to the farmers 01 Cass to do t...

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

' * :;1 and Personals Straw hats at big discount at Erambdrts. Mrs W. D. Lanier haa gone to Lodi to visit her brother. m i /■ • i r ; § -* t m ' *. A. H. EUiston, is here from Hereford! Texas, the guest of his sister Mrs. Peck. You ,will find a nice line of wall paper at the City Book Store Miss Lois Foimby, left Tuos day for fylena Ark. to visit her sister. New goods at Jno. Hughes & Co. Prices are right. T. A, Miles has a few more of those good turnip seeds left. Miss Hallie Davis haa return- ed from Henderson. W. T. White haa returned from Shreveport, where he has been to see his son. We have a shipment of trunks arrived at Hughes Bros, Gu9S O'Kelly and Miss Willis Hiil#were married Sunday. Big bargains in Low Cut Shoes at Erambert's. Closing out a lot. Si. •' it % - Ben Ellis of New Boston, is the guest of the Mizzell home this week. J. Moss, one of Jefferson's popular dry goods merchants, was here Monday. Nice new line of Bibles and Testaments at the City Book Come to Hughe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 September 1910

... rv....... City Items in Terse Form ~~| Metropolitan News of Interest to All Readers Faithful Dog Avenges a Policeman NEW YORK.—Patrolman Lawrence ^Cummins of the East One Hundred Md Fourth street police station, on whose post the car barn gang has its headquarters, was beaten savagely by members of that band and was in the hospital for several weeks. The first reqhest Cummins made to §apt. Corcoran when he reported Kgaln for duty was to be assigned to his old post. He said he wanted to ■how the toughs that he was^, not •frald of them and that they could not drive a policeman from his place Of* duty. Capt. Corcoran took the none view and sent Cummins bapk. From the moment he resumed his •f$rk the gang annoyed Cummins, but ft was not until the other night that roughs got a chance to -"do him tip" again. He found about a dozen of them on the street insulting wom- en who passed. "Move on," commanded Cummins. But a truck driver, IB years old, hurled tesults at the policeman. Cummins ...

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

■■V; - ' I h VEILS FOR SUMMER " • zmffi By JULIA BOTTOMLEY. The veil for summer is the airiest of creations, falling about the brim of hats and over faces and floating free to the summer winds. Dots, set on, . have been shown less favor than lace patterns on a net ground or large meshed nets with figures woven in. Those veils which are not. of the floating kind are of the latter variety and are worn with wide-brimmed hats and drawn to the back and under the collar. It requires some care to pin and adjust thorn correctly, and getting under them is a matter that consumes time. They are very neat in appear- ance, however, and very becoming. Hence their wearers are willing to put in the necessary time to adjust and re- adjust them. The lace veils show light pattern having a scroll border and butterflies, birds or even tiny chanticlers woven in. The heavy figures proved too un- PARiSIAN MODEL f. - -■ m. This model Is of batiste made with tucks and finished in front with a band of embroid...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 1 September 1910

w™. ■ - T^T?^F:z" WM . '■ ? jpsyBH '•1fee It! $ Pi" Ear r f RACES WITH AUTOS Are Promised by the Louisiana State IShir Association. PROFESSIONALS TO DRIVE. fThe Last Two Days of tj^a Fair Thji Year the Track Will Be Given Over to Automobilists—Scores of Can Will Take Part in Parade. v Automobile events will occupy prom* inent part on the racing program oi the Louisiana State Fair this year. These events will take place on the last two days of the Fair, which opens November 2 and runs ten days. Heretofore there has been only one day of automobile sport, and that has been exclusively by amateurs. This year professionals are going to partic- ipate. Some flattering prizes are to be offered them, and information receiv- ed at headqukrters of the Fair asso- ciation leads to ahe conclusion that there will be several of the best driv- ers in the country on hand. Barney Oldfield, who gave an exhibition of sensational driving here several months ago when the track was mud- dy, has been consid...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 8 September 1910

p- f Job Printing of every descri^ on short notice'. Advertising is an essentiai to any business.... Office of Publication on Hiram Street "The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEARcIN ADVANCE Vol, Xt Atlana, Cass Couny, Texas* Thursday, September 8, 1910 * No. 4 T-I U m • PREMIUMS Given by Cass County Industrial League For the Exhibit at tiie State Fair Dallas NOTICE—Every article entered must be accompanied by an affidavit, showing that it was mined, raised or manufactured, as the case may be, in Cass County, and must be correctly nomsd and labeled. CORN P C WILLIS—First Premium 10 best ears of corn $20 00 WESTBROGK & WILLOUGHBY Second Premium 10 beet ears of corn W3- 00 Third Premium 10 best ears corn'.. $2.50 RULES AND REGULATIONS GONERNING CORN 1. Uniformity of ears (same shape and size) 2. Seed and market condition. 3. Shape of ears. 4. Furrows between rows. 5 Grains and the color. 6." All grains lost from cob count as rotten grains. m * R S ALLDAY SUPPLY COMPANY Best far...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 8 September 1910

■bJW TOM ~ 1f®§ • * §>.' THE ATLANTA NEWS LOVELACE BROS., Publishers ATLANTA, - - - TEXAS We ere at the mercy of the avia- tors. As we remember It now, winter bad •ome good points. To orphan banana republics the fa- therland refuses to be a mother. Now here come the dentists with that antl-klsslng thing, too. Going swimming looks like the only rational employment In hot weather. The army may have to help devise for a sane artillery drill. Are there any records that this year's weather has not broken? Europe might try exporting Its sur- plus rainwater to our middle west As a diversion to swatting the fly, keep your stable clean, if you've got Chopping Americans Into little bits Is still a favorite pastime of the, Moros. Speaking of weights and measure* prosecutions, how'd you like to be the, iceman? Swatting the Common house fly is now one of our most popular Indoor lady sports. Even though the water is fine. If you can't swim, don't go in beyond your depth. For the sake of thirst...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 8 September 1910

V I ■ m ■?r | :JHK9? m,m ■■ mJl"' Bfe i s?* A GROWING MENACETO THE PEACE OF INDIA BTTH-MANNERS HOWE ,.0r f; y- S' *' :>« ■* -cr -> • ■ ..v ' - r HE feeling Is growing throughout the Indian army and Indian gov- ernment circles that Britain is approaching a bigger campaign on the northwest frontier than has been seen in recent years. Not only are J[ large sections of the tribesmen like the M*h- sud Waziris and others exhibiting signs of increasing turbulence, but the frontier territories from one end to the other are already full of modern arms and ammunition, while more is pouring into them every day by every secluded track leading through Balu- chistan and the Afghan hills. In addition to this, the present Ameer, abandoning his father's policy, has allowed thousands of modern ri- fles manufactured In the arsenal at Kabul to reach the hands of \ his own tribesmen, and the probable co-opera- tion of the latter In a frontier war against the Indian Raj may easily In- volve the Bri...

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

m m - THE ATLANTA NEWS By FLoyd Norman and J.O.Jackson SUBSCRIPTION #1.00 PEE ANNUM Entered at the poBtofflce at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail matter DISPLAY ADVEBTISING Single insertion per inch 22 Six months or more..... —« I"*® All ads. ran and charged for until ordered discontinued. LOCAL ADVEETISING 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 and cards of thanks will be charged for at the.rate^df 2.cents 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. SCHOOL OPENS Monday is the day that some at least: of Atlanta's promising youths are looking? forward ...

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