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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 September 1910

&V,- Job Printing ofVvery"di^st«' >P in short notice. NEWS. Adver is an essential any business. Office of Publication on Hiram Street "The Newspaper for the People". $1.00 a YEARqIN advance Vol. XI Atlana, Cass County Texas Thursday, September 29. 1910 No. 7 M' %t©©@®©®©©@@©©@ rr life mm ' ■/■ j The Gretest Stock of Goods of the Greatest Variety and the Greatest Values AT THE MOST REASONABLE EVER SHOWN IN THIS COUNTRY i PRINTERS AS MIND READERS IS NOW BEING THROWN ON THE BY F.M. GREENE .T- r :r7 ^t J* 1 inings All kinds ot Fancy Dress Goods and all the New Fancy Silks and Satins, Ribbons, Braids, Buttons Etc. Laces and Embroideries in the very Latest Creations. Ladies Nefkprear This Department is full and running over— everything new and right up to the minute— the very latest things that could be found in St Louis, Chicago and New York, all the Ladies, Misses and Children are invited to come and let us show yon the New Style for this Season. Oar prices Will gladly surprise y...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 September 1910

<• V^ *fV . -v, • ,*?•*>?*(■'i':?w.£KKksi ^ — wmmi ^ <s I IS SSI '*i:" r' . ■ . . . •r- S *3. i : £1 -f=r Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters <f Especial Moment to the Progressive Agriculturist BSEc*# m; $$g Ha- ■■ K* * - KSral Make every acre pay its own taxes, or sell It ) A man who owes can never be sure rwliat be owns. Dry land farming Is all right—when •here Is ample rainfall. The best a man can do Is the least ihe should accomplish. The fanning mill puts the cream into a shrunken wheat crop. Money invested in an education is «afe, and its dividends are sure. Don't let money go down in drink or up in smoke. Better keep it about •pocket level. ^ "Hold the stock and buy more" might well be the counsel passed along by every farmer to his neigh- bor. "Flee from evil" may be wise coun- sel, but ft is a very practical thing to look up a big stick and come back ttgain. Cheapening the cost of production Increases the profits of the farm more (dire...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 September 1910

11 v:- tm u \ ' jSpM 9 M! M,: IP'- & To Test New Mail Device for Trains WASHINGTON.—After a series of tests continuing since February the Postofflce Department has ar- ranged for a formal six months' try- out of an invention for delivering and picking up mails by fast trains. 'As a demonstration of the practicability of the System a live pig, weighing 65 pounds, was recently delivered with- out lijjury at Carrollton, Ky., the home of the inventor, without the slightest Injury from a train running 25 miles an'hour. For years the Postofflce Department has sought an Improved method of picking up and delivering mails over the old catcher-hook system, and the new device was the result of four years' advertising by the postal au- thorities, urging inventors to produce something that would meet the re- quirements. It is 40 years since the catcher hook came into use, and in spite of the (progress In railroading and the tre- mendous improvement in the mail service along other directions ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 September 1910

m? ; V K>#04040404040^040#0*040#040404040404040#04040^ §£< If Furniture«Hardware Mitchell Wagons and Buggies. Bridge Beach Cook Stoves- Full line of Saddles, Harness and Leather Strap Goods. Quick-Meal Gas Stoves, Coffins and Caskets 1 ►o«o«o«o«o«ok*o o*o«o#o*o*c*o«o o«o«o«o*o*c*o o«o c* THE ATLANTA NEWS By FLoyd Nobman and J.O Jackson J8CRIPTION $1.00 PER ANNUM stared at the postofflce at Atlanta Texas, as seccfrici-claM mail matter DISPLAY ADVERTISING CHEERFULNESS Single insertion per inch Six months or more- 10c „7 l-2c Z muuilio \J1 " - _ „4Ji All ads. ran and charged far until ordered discontinued. LOCAL ADVERTISING Each insertion, per line. 5c Notice 11 advertising copy ahoold be in office not latter tnan Wednesday and society notices are gi •tion, but must be hand® Church and society noticesaregiven ee insertion, but be handed in -efore Wednesday. ^ Obituaries and cards of thanks Will i charged for at the rate*o< 2 cents a Cheerfulness! How sweet in infancy, bow swee...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 September 1910

■m •v -v- •- • • W Here -TO- Stay We have boueht the Tailor Shop and will still run it at the same pi ace. We make Cleaning "and Preying a spec- ialty. Give us your business we will treat you right Nothing goes out of our shop half fixed. Let. us or- der your Winter suit. All work guaranteed. We are agents for the Excelsior Steam Laun- dry Company Shreve- port All bundles call- ed for and delivered. * Yours for biz, MurphBros. I from arnold's school house Dear Editor: If you will allow me space in 1 your paper, will send in a few dots from this place, as I have not seeu any in a good while. Health is very good in our community this'week. Brother Murpli preached an excelent sermon at the school house last Sunday, to a large crowd. We are having an excelent ! now, every second and iday, Everybody in- to come and help ua sing, mmm 'tranld certainly appreciate Mr Jack Arnold is getting along fine bujlding bis new house. I tbiuk he will be ready soon, to go to 0(1 City to take up the car...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 September 1910

m wB ¥ St * fiiR mm I- T" «yi SI j 5s-,, W' s THE ATLANTA NEWS IWRMMI 4 MCKSOU, PubHltien ; ATLANTA, - - . I -TEXAS t "The good old summertime" Is. en tering ; on Its last lap. Even Indian maharajahs get to b« nuisances, according to London re porta ' Some persons dive into shallow wa tor at summer resorts and others gel i9- - « " '4 W[ ■ J-s ti\ ff. C pi K If ff engaged. /} *1 ? V4 Earthquakes that hate to be snubbed •are careful to keep away from Sax Francisco since the fire. / • The crown prince of Siam refuses to be a polygamist and he does no! say it In Japanese, either. If the' cows will not giro mill when there is ny rain we will be driven to milking a can of condensed cow. 4 The cold storage figures Indicate that1 omelets will be more reliable next winter that. poached eggs on toast. An Indiana mule kicked a motor- cycle and cyclist across the road the other day. Some mules seem almost human. U-- *■-.* v....- That Uttle earthquake out in San (Francisco the other day did no d...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 September 1910

1 FISHING TIME IN THE PASIG / Mj N' IP ■p ml mm fo **.:?• H/' B;X* lift !£,• -1 K&p Rl- fH Swimming in Myriads Near Surface They Are Snared and Speared by Filipinos. Friday morning Filipinos snaring iftels and other fish in the Pasig nedr (the captain of the port building by the aid of fish shares caught the largest eel ever seen yn the water jfront. It was fully ten l'eet in length. . Both banks of the Pasig and all the ^hlps and lighters moored In the istream were thronged with hundreds iof Filipinos with snares and spears (trying to catch the fish that in myri- lads were swimming near the surface /of the stream. Natives when asked, in regard to the ihenomenon were almost unanimous in their statement to the effect that at is ttyme of the year the bottom of a river gets hot and that the fish ve to leave the depths of the stream land flash back and forth on or near |the surface. ' Another theory that seemed to have a great many adherents was to the ef- fect that at this time eve...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 29 September 1910

'faSte* IP Hi n yt W. C. T. IL A Womans Part In Temper anceWork. BY MRS. SERAH TERHUNE— TAYLOT (Continued from last week.) Do you not know that woman is the ladder by means of which the angels of God assend and descend to man? It is our pro^ vinoe then to be used. Every woman should be a strand in the rope which is drawing humanity out of the pit of intemperance, she should be a member of the W. C. T. U. This organization is working as best they know how, with it's daily hour for home prayer at noontime, and its weekly meet< ing for consultation, aud conse oration. She should be familiar with the plans of this organiza- tion, and earnest in her desire to help. She shouid be punct- ual and prompt in attending all meetings, and should remember that it is those whose hearts are not ih the work who say: "I can't." The woman who does her part in temperance work is familiar with the aims of her W. C, T. U. state officers, and shows her sympathy by an occasional letter to the press supe...

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

Office of Publication on Hiram Street "The Newspaper for the People" $1.00 A YEARqIN ADVANCE I I' m Vol. XI Atlanta, Cass County Texas Thursday, October 6, 1910 No. 8. mmmm The Greatest Stock of Goods of the Greatest Variety and the Greatest i mmmm i ..i.niii «r AT THE MOST REASONABLE PRICES EVER SHOWN IN THIS COUNTRY ■O /V r *•'.'*'* J*'' 0 . . W /*. f ' •'-r ^ •, y IS NOW BEING THROWN ON THE MARKET BY F. M. GREENE A All kinds ot Fancy Dress Goods and all the New Trainings Fancy Silks, and Satins, Ribbons, Braids, Buttons Etc. • i 'm Laces and Embroideries in the very Latest Creations. This Department is full and running over— everything new and right up to the minute— the yerj latest things that could be found in St Louis, Chicago and New York, all the Misses and Children are invited to Ladies Neck-^r ear The prettiest and most up to (fete line of Neckwear in the city. Something: new every week. We are also headquarter# for false hair of allkinds and shades. © this Season, you. Ou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 6 October 1910

■'M- ' f Sg s gig? * * HRa THE ATLANTA NEWS NORMAN & JACKSON, Publishers ATLANTA, TEXAS Have you taken 15 minutes off tc team Esperanto? Dear, dear, when an asbestos plant burns, where does safety He? In time to come may evolve a klunderproaf, wreckless railroad. Paris has thoughtfully relegated the bobble skirt to the museum of horrors. In the agreement between Korea rod Japan the latter did the agreeing tor both. A Long island milkman mistook a male for a cow. Moral: One cannot be too carefuL A determination to practise what we preach keeps us from doing too much preaching. "gwmimmnignyhln" the CUSS WOrd fo Esperanto, is ornamental, but too long for practical use. There ought to be a greater differ- tee between civilization and the complicated life. Men may beat the birds flying, but the birds don't have much trouble with their propeller blades. "A woman-hater has been captured by eooktes." More than one man- hater has bees won by dough. cannot expect to experience epidemic an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 6 October 1910

lY, "• v GIVEN UP TO DIB. m. m Doan's Kidney Pills Effect Marvelous Recovery. Mr«. M. A. Jinklna, Quanah, Texas, nays: "I was bloated almost twice natural size. I had the best physi- cians but they all failed to help me For five weeks I was as helpless as a baby. My back throbbed as If It would break and the kidney secretions were in terrible con- dition. The doctors held out no hope and X was resigned to my fate. At this critical time, I began using Doan's Kidney Pills and soon felt relief. I continued mnd was cured." Remember the name—Doan's. For sale by all dealers. 50 cents a box. FOster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y. Farmers' Educational and Co-Operative Union of America Matters <tf Especial Moment to the Progressive Agriculturist AN UP AND DOWN ARGUMENT. ""M a m m: ;-£3' « Sam—I wants yo' toe understand 4at Ise no common nigger, Ise had a good bringin' up, I has. Pete—Dats all right, but ef yo' fools Wid me, man, yo'U hab a good frowin' down, too. Public Want Ads. Wanted—Sever...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 6 October 1910

. T 0 ALL THOSE WHO ADMIRE BEAUTIFUL AND SUBSTANTIAL FURNITURE: Especially do we urge you to see our line of Furniture before buying elsewhere. A look will cost you nothing and it may save you money. We assure you we will be glad to show you OUR NEW AND STYLISH GOODS and are anxious for everyone to come in and inspect for themselves. Give us a little of your time and if we can't sell you, may save you some money B.F. & COMPANY FROM SMYRNA THE ATLANTA NEWS By FLoyd Nobman and J.O Jackson SUBSCRIPTION $1.00 PEE ANNUM Entered at the postofflce at Atlanta Texas, as second-class mail matter DISPLAY ADVERTISING Single insertion per inch — Six months or more ~~7 l-2c All ads. run and charged for until ordered discontinued. LOCAL ADVERTISING per line.. ?" All advertising copy shoo Id be in ds office not latter than Wednesday this 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 ra...

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

GOODS NOTICE E. P. Hughes will move his stoclc of goods the first of Novem ber to the building now occupied by the Peck Hotel 1 and will sell goods at a great reduction. 58 Here Yet 2$ Lewis MoClung came in from his school Friday on No. 2, to be with home folks, returning Sunday. Lewis reports his school doing mealy. And working hard. Bring us your clothes and let us fix them, or Phone 55 and we will send for them. We have nice lot of samples for fall and winter clothing. Come and let us order jou a nice suit' We clean and press ladies skirts. If you like our work tell other people. If not, tell ns. Yours for business, MurphBros. mv! s : i¥ i Lfocals and Personals Read the big ad of P. M. Greene's on first page. E. E. Danials made a business trip to Bloomburg yestesday. Grain of all kinds for fall planting at W. A. Howe's. Marvin Echols, of Jeffaison, was a visitor in this city Sunday. Nice new line of Bibips and Testaments at the City Book Onion Sets and Seed Oats at J no. Hughes A...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 6 October 1910

uslifies Ourlnlep venlion in(2ub&d ITH an unpardonable lack of tact or a grew- some% attempt at a sinister piece of hu- mor, Gen. Valerlane Weyler, the former Spanish captain gen- eral of Cuba, who gained for himself the unenviable title of "butcher," has al- lowed the publishers to print the title of the sensational book to which he attempts to defend his conduct while the representative of the Spanish crown on that island, MI MANDO EN CUBA (My Command in Cuba) In letters of gory scarlet on a pa- per of livid gray. % Whatever the motive may have been that prompted such a choice, that bloody "eye catcher" of a line fitly symbolizes the man and the *?ork which caused so many years discontent in Cuba. Weyler has been on trial before public opinion tfor butchering his (enemies Instead of Sighting them; and (he flaunts In our feaces the ugly stains Ithat show where he torlped off his knife. Captain General the most fertile tvince of Spain [and a province /which more than kmc< 8" ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 6 October 1910

Ep| fSm \ mm —- r 1 BH —— M UN YONIS IVER PILLS m B* 1 want any person who suffers with bil- iousness, constipation, Indigestion or any lirer or blood ailment, to try my Paw-Paw Liver Pills. I guarantee they will purify the blood and put the liver and stomach Into a healthful condition and will positively cure bttiousness and constipation, or I will refund money. — Munyon's Homeopathic Homo Co., 63rd and Jefferson St*.. Phlla., Pi. f oar i lip Bf W. L. DOUGLAS "ytuar SHOES 198.00, $8.50, $8.00, $3 JW, $4.00, $5.00 i $2.50, $3,$3.50, $4 ' $2.00, $2,50 &l $3=00 THE STANDARD FOR 30 YEARS They are absolutely the Moat popular and best shoes for the price in America. They are the leaders every- where because they hold their shape, fit better, look better and wear lon- ger than other makes. They are positively the most) " |Sj Dowlas on the t* economical shoes for you to buy. W. L. same and the retail price are stamped dealer Catalog. B bottom—value guaranteed. TAKE NO •UBST1TUTB1 If yo...

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

BRI W '? _:,y M m -*.;- •■ . * POSSUM TMT si *£ |R. They organized over at No Pont Valey Saturday nite, or rather revived the once flourish; ing lodge of Anoient, Venerated and Hibernating Order of East Texas Squirrel Turners. The following officers were ohosen: Ike Sheets, Grand Chief Ram- rod. Fillmore Mullens, Grand Vice Ramrod. v;_ f Ben Lillard, Trail Tinder. Gid Nelson, Tree Climber, Barney Trew, Right Bush Shaker. Sol Letner, Left Bush Shaker. The purposo of this order is to preserve intact the natural squirrel forests of East Texas and to resist to the utmont the development of this section. They invite all in sympathy with their purposes, as set forth by the following declarations, which fell into my knowledge by accident, to join them in in their efforts. 1. We view with alarm the destruction of ofxr.natural squir- rel hunting grounds by the de- velopment of Cass county, which is brought about by new people coming in and making it neces- sary to clear more new ground. 2. W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 13 October 1910

m ■' i ? * 1' Job Printing of ev«ry descrip in short notice. Advertising Ji^V/; . .. is an essential any business.... Office of Publication on Hiram Street "The Newspaper for the People" r •- ——£ - - $1.00 A YEAR JN ADVANCE Vol. XI Atlanta, Cass County Tetas Thursday, October 13,1910 Hi . - No. 9, The Greatest Stock of Goods of the Greatest /: .. k, ..... Variety and the Greatest Values AT THE MOST REASONABLE PRICES EVER SHOWN IN THIS IS NOW BEING THROWN ON THE ■ F.M. ¥ WM All kinds ot Fancy Dress Goods and all the New Trimmings Fancy Silks and Satins, Ribbons, Braids, Batons Etc. Laces pnd Embroideries in the very Latest Creations. Ladies Neek wear This Department is foil and running over— everything new and right up to the minute— the very latest things that could be found in St. Louis, Chicago ami New York, all the Ladies, Misses and Children are invited to come and let us show you the New Style for iy surprise Men's and Boy's Hats and Gaps AH the New and Snappy Styles in the New...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 13 October 1910

iSPfe •' 4 ' £ THE ATLANTA NEWS NORMAN & JACKSON, Publishers ATLANTA, TEXAS e So far there are no fat aeronauts. By the way, is It possible to play golf is Esperanto? An American had the latest word regarding the best aviator. It takes a pretty clever man to get ■head of a meter of any kind. As yet the English language is not the least bit Jealous of Esperanto. Wireless has proven that it can ere- ate just as much excitement as axt aeroplane., When an automobile strikes a rail- road train, the victims are those in the machine. i Another way to attain greatness is to be made president of a hay-fever ■offerers' society. Paris is losing her cab horses, but no noticeable decrease in the price of meats Is reported. It Is easier to muzzle the canines Jum it is to keep firearms out of the hands of possible assassins. Dent think it's by accident that a roman hits the object directly behind mt. She merely finesses her aim. Keeping cool would be easier if the fellows who have advice to gi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 13 October 1910

. v' w V • w-sa §§§£§ SUFFERING FOR YEARS Cured by Lydia E. Pink* bam'sVegetableCompound Minn-—"I was sick for years while passing through the Change of life and was hardly able to be around. After tak- ing six bottles of Lydia E. Finkham's vegetable Com- pound I gained 20 pounds, am now able to do my own work and feel well"—Mrs. Ed. La Dou, Park Bap. >kville, Ohio.—"I was irregular A neighbor recommended' Lydia E. Pinkham's and extremely nervous. A neig ®jr; K Vegetable Compound to me and I have become regular and my nerves are much better."—Mrs. B. Keooson, Brookville, Ohio. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound, made from native roots and Serbs, contains no narcotic or harm- ful drugs, and to-day holds the record if or the largest number of actual cures of female diseases we know of, and thousands of voluntary testimonials Are on file in the Finkham laboratory t Lynn, Mass., from women who have been cured from almost every form of female complaints, inflammation, ni- tron, d...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 13 October 1910

;. : *.- -v*fc v- ■: 1 tyiSk : HE McCLUNG ST0&E IS FASl COMING TO THE F&ONT. WE STARTED FIVE YEARS AGO TO MAKE OUR STORE ONE OF THE JL very best places for the public to do its trading, and from the new customers we are gaining daily and the many compliments we have on our store, we can't helpibut feel we will reach our goal. *i This season we have gathered together from the best wholesale markets of the world, one of {he most beautiful assortments of merchandise,; to its size, ever shown in otir little city. Our assortment is broad : You -will find here hundreds and hundreds of little things that usually you have to send to the larger cities otJ and all priced very low. If Our Ladies' and children's Depaitaent fairly 31 blooms with the new things for Fall and Winter Dress Goods, ladies' and misses' Wraps, Underwear, Shoes, etc., of all the very latest styles, and feel quitd iiire if you will visit us you will be well paid for your time. TA. nice stock of Men's and Boy's Clo...

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