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

T '•:* . * • ' ^j,■',>-?' fp! S ..' mm m>>■ P. Wij l^ocals and jpecsoiials You will find a nice line of wall paper at tile City Book Store Miss Alma Harp left Tuesday to enter school. Mr. Morris Johnson is at home this week. Come and see Kaleski's new Millinery that is arriving daily. P. M. Green is in Linden this week. ' F.T Mitchell was in Texar kana Thursday on business. Go to C. W. McClung for good goods and low prices. FOR SALE, full blood Jersey Heifer, fresh in milk. L. Bramm. - Miss Mary O'Neal is in Lin- den this week. Miss Lula Weaver of Mt. Ver- non, is visiting here. Mrs, Ed. Rives of Vivian was up Tuesday shopping. Mr. Liston Johnson of Vivian is visiting his parents this week. Miss Carrie Brown is helping Mrs. Perkins in the store now. Nice new line of Bibles and Testaments at the City Book Mrs. Stock ridge is attending the camp meeting at Marshall. Mr. and Mrs. Hornsey are visiting their son m Shreveport. Mrs. W. D. Montague is visit- ing in Ft. Worth this we...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 8 September 1910

■ ■ BOM KK '?•?: & -. i, pas :*Y fil Tattoo Suggested for Army Horses THERE 15 ONLY our oatfcrioN TO THIS WT-. TOOiNG .— THFY Pur IT \our of I^SICHT WASHINGTON.—Army horses are to become tattooed animals if a suggestion made by Capt. Casper H. Conrad, Jr., of the cavalry arm, is adopted. Captain Conrad is detailed for duty in the quartermaster's depart- ment, and is recognized as an expert on horses required for military use. Horses are now being purchased by members of the quartermaster's de- partment, who are making their selec- tions in various parts of the country. The success attending this effort has been very gratifying to the quar- termaster general, who has estab- lished an army remount system, with a view to improving the cavalry mounts and the horses furnished to the field artillery. When a young horse Is purchased in any locality to be sent to one of the two army remount de- pots—at Fort Keogh, Montana, or Fort Reno, Okla.—he is marked with a numeral. The mark lasts ...

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

sh '' : feW-v 1 -i (V. KILL BOLL WEEVILS Special Agent of Agricultural De- partment Tells How It Is Done. Interesting Article Should Prove Prof- itable to Farmers in Every Cotton Growing Section—Examine Plant and Destroy All Punctured Squares. The following Interesting article on how to kill the boll weevil has been Issued to the farmers of Anderson county by T. M. Shirley, special agent farmers' co-operative demonstration •work of the United States department of agriculture, and 6hould prove proflt- 'able to farmers in other sections of the state as well: "Having examined a great many cotton fields in Anderson county re- cently, I find a great many weevils in the cotton, and as they are increasing rapidly, I desire to call your attention to the fact, aDd suggest remedies for preventing them from destroying a great deal of your cotton; and if you follow out these suggestions you can grow a fine crop of cotton in spite of them. ' "The cotton is now forming as well as I bave Been it, ...

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

W. C. T. II. ; g John Wesley on Intemperance Very Earley in his ministry he lifted up his voice like a trumpet: "Drams or spirituous liquors are liquid fire, and all who man- ufacture or sell them, except as medicine, are poisoners in gen- eral. They murder His Mages- ty's subjects by wholesale. They drive them t>° hell like sheep. The curse of God is in m their gardens, their walks, their groves. Blood, blood is there; the foundation, the floor, the walls, the roof of their dwellings are stained with blood" Even stronger is his "Word to a Drunkard:" "Are you a man? God made you a man, but you make your- self a-beast. It is not chiefly in reason and understanding ? But y&u throw away what reason yap have You strip yourself of your understanding. You do all you can to make yourself a mere beast; nob a fool, not a madman only, but a swine, a poor, filthy swine. Go £nd wal- low with them in the mire! Go, drink on, till thy nakedness be uncovered and shameful spewing be on thy gl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 15 September 1910

Office of Publication on Hiram Street Vol. XI "The Newsp$$£* *or the People" Atlanta, Cass Couay, Texas? Given by Cass County Industrial League For the Exhibit at the State Fair Dallas -- md "" - J 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 nomed and labeled. CORN P C WILLIS—First Premium 10 best ears of corn $20.00 WESTBROGK & WILLOUGHBY Second*Premium 10 beet ears of corn $5 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. % R S ALLDAY SUPPLY COMPANY Best farm exhibit, in- cludes everything rais- ed on the farm. First Premium... .$12.50 Second Premium... 7. W A HOWE Peas—Most variety and marketable condition First Premium $10 0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 15 September 1910

; -1';:j-Vr ' '■ im Hi * ■ • mmm, warn V . - w; ^tegSpmSi mm — THE ATLANTA NEWS NORMAN & JACKSON, Publishers = ATLANTA, TEXAS ! The Joy ride is generally Its owa fjemesla. ' Diamonds are one thing that In- crease in value after decreasing in size. M , Last winter was a very severe one, but we bear no grudge against it now. Laughing may make people fat, but that is not What stout people care to fcnow. - In his modest, unobtrusive way the cricket is advising you to lay in your winter coaL Tobacco crop short and revolutions In Cuba again. There ain't going to be no "butts." Will Thomas A. Edison please In- vent something to geep ice from melt- ing in summer? People who predict that this was to be a hot summer are around men- tioning the fact. MS? When New York gets to selling bread by weight, maybe the young bride will make a fortune. Having had her eyes Insured for #16,000, a New York chorus girl is pre- pared to make eyes at all comers. Were you ever so tired that after lifting o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 15 September 1910

pt: l&Zi&mBGXt-. ~<:?J . ■ ^r-s-vr: Hfe« g|6 | r- bb& '$M \% I m y \ / Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters <f Especial Moment to tbe Progressive Agriculturist Sacrifice a little and enjoy great gains. A man never Improves his character t>y posing for a reputation. No man is fit for another world who is not efficient in this one. It is not difficult to overcome grief providing it is not our own. The best way to cure the dishonesty of the world is to be honest ourselves. There is a world of difference be- tween self-reverence and self-adora- tion. By your conduct show your neigh- bors what sort of neighbors you de- sire. Don't take too much pride in family trees. The fruit crop may be a fail- ure. Never despair. If the things you hope for don't happen something else will. Truth is as simple as the language of a child but some people never learn to speak it fluently. Nothing was made in vain, but it is bard for a mere man to believe this ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 15 September 1910

THE ATLANTA NEWS By FLoyd Norm an and J.O.Jackson SUBSCRIPTION 91.00 PER ANNUM Entered at the postofflce at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail matter DISPLAY ADVERTISING Single insertion per inch 10c Six months or more. • 7 l-2c All ads. ran and charged for until ordered discontinued. LOCAL ADVERTISING ,.5o Each insertion, per line....— 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.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* SCHOOL OPENING ONE WAY TO VICTORY It can never be easy to master one's self. Hence self control is ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 15 September 1910

i\ Jj^ocals and Personals You will tind a nice line of wall paper at the City Book Store Miss Cara Brown is visiting in Texarkana this week. Mi6S Kassli.ig, of Linden, visiting Miss Janie O'Neal. is Remember the opening Thursday at Erambert's, next FINE FLOUR FAIL OPENING Mrs A\w Kennely has return- ed h';me 1 rom* Texxrkana. Come and see Kaleski's new Millinery that is arriving daily. Mrs. C. W. Beutley is visiting relatives in Bloomburg this week. Mrs. E. A Smith of Shawnee, Okla., is visiting Mrs. M. A, Led better. WANTED, some Black Eyed peas. Jno. Hughes & Co. Quite a number of people from Atlanta went to Linden Monday to attend Court Fat men's pants at C, W McClnng's. Miss Irena Ford left Sunday for Texarkana to take charge of her school. If your biscuits haven't been just what you would haye them be. We suggest that you try a sack of our fine flour. A fresh lot always on hand. You might as well have the best. You pay for it. C. W. McClung. Nice new Testaments line of at t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 15 September 1910

Ww ilAPP Cfxnfe Work of the Policewomen of Chicago ft£UEVC CHICAGO.—Much Interest has been shown in Chicago's "policewomen," but when they gather on a Friday noon for luncheon at Hull House be- fore entering upon their regular week- ly conclave there is nothing to distin- guish them from any other earnest working women. Later on, too, when the hour ar- rives for afternoon tea, in a large, at- tractively furnished assembly room, they sit and sip their tea and chat in the manner most highly approved for 'afternoon teas. Even the presence of two or three brother "cops" does not suffice to create^ any degree of police- like atmosphere; but then the brother officers, too, are attired in citizens' garb and handle their teacups as though this was their regular occupa- tion. Each of these women officers has her own precinct which she patrols— though the quiet manner in which she makes her daily rounds of Inspection and investigation hardly warrants the use of the technical term. Each has he...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 15 September 1910

np; ITHE KEYSTONEi TO HEALTH IS HOSTETTER'S STOMACH- B1TTERS When the digestion is bad you need something that will not only relieve but will strengthen the di- gestive organs and assist them back to their normal condition. This calls for the Bitters first of all. Try it. Tuft's Pills Tbe dyspeptic, the debilitated, whether frooa excess of work of Bind or body, drink or ex- MALARIAL REGIONS, wffl find Tutt's PHls the most cental restora- tive oyer offered the suffering invalid. Thompson's Eys Watsr It's always a case of the survival of the fittest. Are you It? Cattle drink pure water at less cort to you, if you have a bottomless tank. Book- let "A" free. Alamo Iron Works, San ▲ntonio, Texas. 11 a man amounts to anything in a small town he soon begins to think he would amount to much in a big town. A Wise Old Owl. In her trim little bathing suit she sat on the white sand. "I adore intelligence," she cried, j "So do I," said he. "All the same, though, beauty and intellect never go tog...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 15 September 1910

YT 1 t *r -- \ \ Efe POSSUM TROT Tom Edgemon, Ike Sheeth, Bill Prigmore and Ben Lillard went up on Sulfer fishin a few pays last week. They say they cotch tots of fish and had a good time. Cas Letner's baby has the thrash. She took it over to Grandma Punch to have it con- jured for the disease, Mrs. Letner sed grandma can shore cure the thrash, She ast the childs name and age and a whole lot of foolish questions. She then made it drmg water out of its mothers old shoe, then she took the child out behind the ash hopper and finished the conjuring where nobody couldnt see her. Mrs. Letner started • to have her baby doctored last Friday and grandma Bunch was about to whip her for coming no Friday- She told the mother to go back home and wear her apron rong side out fer a week to keep from having bad luck in the family. Doodly Johnson says that this is some of. the last remains of barbarism. What do you think of it, Mr. Editor? Me and Doodley Johnson went over to No Pon Valle last Tues- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 22 September 1910

; * mm x \ Job Printing of every <k scr ip in short notice. ■wxijwp mm*h. Adverti sing ls an essential to any businen.... Office of Publication on Hiram Street "The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEARqIN advance Vol, XI Atlanta, Cass Corrny, Texas, Thursday, September 22. 190 No. 6 mm: The Gretest Stock of Goods of the Greatest Variety and the Greatest Values OUR YOUNG MEN MOM STEWART SCHOOL HOUSE m -A m j£ Sf AT THE MOST REASONABLE PRICES EVER SHOWN IN THIS COUNTRY . ' «- ••• ' -*i- '*&■ IS NOW BEING THROWN ON THE MARKET BY F. M. GREENE All kinds ot Fancy Dress Goods and all the New Trimmings Fancy Silks and Satins, Ribbons, Braids, Buttons Etc. ~t'* * - W in the very Latest Creations. Ladies N eck wear The prettiest and most Neckwear in the city. S< week. We are also heat hair of all kinds and shades Men's and Boy's Laces and Embroideries Millinery This Department is full and running over— everything new and right up to the minute— the very latest things that could be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 22 September 1910

mm mm THE ATLANTA NEWS ifa NORMAN & JACKSON, Publishers ATLANTA, TEXAS Hobble, hobble, skirts and trouble. Every hat la a "picture hat" now- •days. m iM Prunes are higher. Telephone your landlady. What has become of the old-fash- ioned man who wore a double-breasted TOBt? Dynamite may help, but tennla matches are the only reliable cure for droughts. pfc Volcanoes In Alaska are spouting ilre. Very likely the janitor is trying ■out the flues. Carrier pigeons will have to equip /themselves with electric motors or fail ihopelessly behind. Radical changes are announced in 'the new football rules. There will be no hitting in the clinches. Newport is said to be crazy over a barefoot dance. This means more work for the chiropodists. By playing tennis on a hot afternoon * fat man learns to despise mere rain mm a producer of moisture. Up in Maine an automobile ran into a simple-minded bear. That was get- ting art and naturae badly mixed. Duke Franz Joseph says he is in this (country after...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 22 September 1910

•v- :• Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters <f Especial Moment to die Progressive Agriculturist IP Kindness kindles the fires of friend- iship and love. There are many good farmers who are poor salesmen. Ota- mistakes often serve a good purpose by enlightening others. Be benevolent; bury all bickerings In the bosom of forgetfulness. No man can ever be entirely happy until he is entirely out of debt. Sometimes those who endure ac- complish as much as those who strive. Neighborhood scandal travels as fast as lightning—over the telephone wire. An unbalanced temper will spoil the results of an ordinarily well balanced ration. In preparing for winter don't forget that stock—and humans, too—require ample supplies of fresh air. If the country boy could only know of the heartless Indifference of the big city he would be slow to face it Judging by the effect "unfriendly legislation" has had on railroads, it's >a wonder they don't pray for more of it. Less high...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 22 September 1910

)£0^0#040^0#0*0*0^*0^0^0*0<> Hardware Mitchell Wagons and Buggies- Bridge Beach Cook Stoves. Foil line of Saddles, Harness and Leather Strap Goods. Quick-Meal Gas Stoves, Coffins and Caskets F. M. GREENE THE ATLANTA NEWS By FLoyd Norman and J.O.Jackson subscription *1.00 per annum CULTIVATE GRACEFULNESS Entered at the postoffiee at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail matter display advertising Single insertion per indw •- ••10c Six months or more --••-•••7 J■ f® All ads. run and charged for until ordered discontinued. UOO AL ADVERTISING , Each insertion, per line.— Notice > ■^than Wednesday 5o All advertising copy should be in this office not latter 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 lino No poetry or verse accepted for.!culture and care. publication, unless the editor s o |0ne way to cultivat the ease of rfi*oT) into rnyni0 _ _ , j C...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 22 September 1910

ppisi hmBB t fr f -,-.~~,-v~ —th- ■iwmnm ffi?^#^rii £r7'¥iT' Si r^-- fe fcv / p 3 H!' ■; ils and Personals You will tijod a nice line of wail paper at the City Book Store Mrs. Roach visited in Texar- kana this week. John J. Ellington left Sunday night for Ft, Worth. Plenty of 5c calico at Kaleski'a Will Howe went to Longview Monday. Ed Johnson left Sunday for Rosco to work on the railroad, ' Onion sefe at Jno. Hughes', Miss Anna Huther is visiting friends in Texarkana. N Head the big ad of F, M. Greene's on first page. Miss Annie Ellison left Mon- day for Denton to attend college. Mr. Jim France of this place moved to Texarkana this week. Nice new line of Bibles and Testaments at the City/Book ?/ /* \ > . < ti~- ; • J*4 t' \S Will Griyer came in Tuesday to attend the funeral of Mr. Henry. g More of thoseJWalk-Over shoe just opened at Erambert's. Mr. Perry Woods of Jefferson called on Miss Fay Johnson Sunday. i v £ ' Nice fresh candy for the school ehildren at the Atlanta Baker...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 22 September 1910

EOZABBTM ANGELA HENRY S$wto J£r ezt. Us ■Ft if ONE thousand Zurich, wo- men have declared for uni- versal suffrage. It is a re- cent movement there, though other Swiss cities have been interested for some time in the much mooted question. Alto- gether the little country has 17,000 ad- vocates for giving women the ballot. Recently the women of Zurich canton petitioned the state for the right to *ct as jurors on a case in which a wo- man was the defendant. Their re- quest was refused. Later, with char- acteristic Swiss bravery, they sent in another petition to the legislature ask- ing the right to sit in judgment on special courts, such as are held In France for adjusting differences be- tween mistress and maid, and other cases where differences arise between a woman employer and a woman em- ployee. While this, too, was denied, Parliament admitted the sex's eligibil- ity to such an office. "We are not talking much about it," ■aid the vice president of the Zurich Woman's Suffrage socie...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 22 September 1910

- : v ;• BEETLES Nuts and Fruit Attacked by Great Variety of Insects. If Fallen Product Is Qarefully .As- sorted and Worthless Specimens Fed to Hogs or Burned, Many of Larvae Is Destroyed. Nuts are attacked by a great va- riety of insects, but the most serious Injuries are done by moths and snout beetles. The larvae of several species of moths may be found in chestnuts, beechnuts, hickorynuts, hazelnuts and acorns, particularly in nuts that have their shells broken so as to permit easy entrance to the kernel by the insects. The damage wrought by the Nuts Showing Work of Beetles. insects known as snout beetles, how- ever is greatly in excess of that done by all other kinds combined. The term "snout beetle" is applied to the adults of a group of insects on account of the peculiar structure of the head, the front part of which is prolonged into a snout or proboscis. In some species this snout is short and stout and in others it is long and slender and wire-Uke. In the females of some o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 22 September 1910

W. C. I. u. A Womans Part in Temper- ance Work. URGE COHOH SH0WIN6 Staple to Be King at Louisiana State Fair. BY MRS. SERAH TERHUNE- TAYLOT (Continued from last week.) Every woman's part in temper- ance work begins with herself when she first realized the suffer- ing caused by intemperance and feels that she is not helping to remedy the evil. She must know her oondition of apathy before she desires to arrouse herself. Then she goes to others to be shown how to work. Wo'mahs part in temperance work is next in her home. If her husband is not already a temperance man, she must pray for guidance, and use tact to show him the evil of intemper- ance. She should be greatly in earnest and never for one mo- ment should she say or think that she will not succeed. Nor should she aim for him to be temperate alone, but also for him to be a power to make others temperate. Never, never feel that you cannot influence your husband. Remember that' 'faith is the victory!" But never never argue with hi...

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