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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 13 October 1910

•m m - ii. Mk tmst Here Yet And working hard. Bring us your clothes and let us fix them, or Phone 55 and we will send for them. We have a nice lot of samples for fall and winter clothing. Come and let us order > ou a nice suit. We clean and press ladies skirts. v ,, If you ltke our work tell other people. If not, tell us. Yours for business, Murpb'Bros. Jjjocals and Personals Head the big ad of F. M. Greene's on first page. R R Cobb of Biving was in the city Friday T. A. Miles will sell you Car riage Paint. Onion sets for fall p&uting at W. A. Howe's. J B Murry has gone to Long* vifcw this week 500 pounds Red River Honey just bought at J no. Hughes & Co. Mis. P, <1 Willis is visiting hei parents at Piano. Wheat, Oats, Barley and Rye at Wt A. Howe's. Lewis MoClun^ visited home folks in this city Saturday and Sunday. EGfGS—Mrs. Perkins wants to buy all your eggs. Dr. Brooks is having a fine residence built northwest of the T. A. A L. depot . Nice new line of Bibles and T...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 13 October 1910

m. us ,,....... m* / ON ATIONAL idm B. HEN you take in the city of Wash- ington what the unregenerate call a "rubber-neck wagon" your course . Is bound to lead by the Cosmos club. Until the Metropolitan club built its nVW quarters, its build- ing was situated near that which houses the Cosmos members. It was the great delight of the in- formation giver on the sightsee- ing automobile to declare to* the passengers that the Metropolitan club, "which you see on your right, is the home of the nobs, and the Cosmos club, which you see on jrour left, is the borne of the cranks." Presumably scientists have become accus- tomed to being dubbed cranks by the unthinking, (t has been a long, hard struggle at times for some scientists to get recognition from tbe world. The Cosmos club has a membership which in- PPifti iJliTOHiij copyright by wa patr£/?30m lM IX' ...y 7/y //v<3 t/ti/t£r~ i ccyv/ysxrr/ci/r jmrm: -i ook/t/g/yqgt/j /7?qm /y street abide Sil 'f n of the -greatest scientists of the ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 13 October 1910

. IgjiP* ^B^Ps, ..A, h. ,■ '* 1/ ' |ES //afc /or Mourning THREE hats of excellent design are shown for those who are wearing mourning. It will be noticed that the shapes are small or moderate in aize, that the designs are simple but the workmanship intricate and beau- tiful. These characteristics are what the wearer should look for when pur- chasing mourning millinery. The first hat, a small round turban with rolling brim, is made of tiny folds of crape laid in parallel rows on circles about them or four inches in diameter. These are applied to the crown and brim which have • pre- viously been covered with crape laid on plain. The wire frame is covered *nd lined with silk and the hat is finished with a wired bow of taffeta. A rolled border of crape sometimes 1>lnds the edges of such bows and makes a very haxdsome finish for the «rnament. -. , v ,< +\ Fig. 2 shows a moderately large flat brimmed hat in which the underbrim is faced with chiffon and the upper NEW SHIRT-WAIST MODE...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 13 October 1910

m . lg WP Hali Million insane persons in the United States A.n interesting article is con tributed to th October Ameri- can Magazine by Addington Bruee, entitled "'The New Mind Curs Based on Science," in which the author tells of the many new cures that are being made by eminent physicians by mental treatment. Speaking of the rapid increase of insanity of this country, ^especially during the past ten years, Mr. Bruce says: v ' 'When you realize the appeal* .ing rapidity with which mental and nfervous diseases are iU« creasing through the: civilized world, and perhaps nowhere more rapidly than in the United States, this new system of cur- ing is particular significent. '•Thirty years ago the insane asylums of this country hid only? 40,000 inmates. Today this number has increased to £250,000/ Here is some figures, compiled by the census bureau: "Population of asylums, 40, • 000 in 1880; 74,028 in /1890; 150,151 in 1903, the time when the latest census of institutions ' for the insane ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 October 1910

■ ; iPZspH i i ijniful ^ Job Printing of ev«rt descrip in ak«rL notice. . Advertising is. an essentia any business § Office of Publication on Hiram Street TSe for the People " $1.00 A YEAR-IN ADVANCE , ——■* % VoX.Xl Atlanta, Cass County Texasifhwrsday, October 20, 1910 No. t0# M WELLMAN TO CROSS ATLANTIC IN AIR SHIP W- m. TIREDOF HOMESEEKERS "PASSING THROUGH' At 12:45 Sunday Afternoon From Somewhere Off Nai* tucket Wireless Brought the Aeronauts' Final ALL WEEK, COMMENCING OCTO ' v- Under Auspices of the Cass Industrial League, The t y SHOWS NO. *\Wm- A STUPENDOUS EXPOSITION of Art, Industry, Trades and ^ Amusement. Nations of the earth in elbow touch with our hustling Merchants and Industrial League. Nothing but fun, Free on the streets of your city. An eclipse of all former ijng clean, moral and up-to-date. No t^ae-wom acts vited to come. Don't forget the date—6 days of solid Fun and Amusent for all. BIGGER AND BETTER THAN A CIRCUS I Local real estate men and members of the Booste...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 October 1910

mi- ■. K THE ATLANTA NEWS N08M4N & JAlKSON, Publishers Wuch rlazet Soap - TEXAS ATLANTA, King Menelik never know* when to quit dying. Rouge is now a Newport fad. The people who use it need- it Football has begun and the doctors «re busy saving the pieces. , The facial expression of a man waiting at the phone is not his best. The man who really practices what he preaches does mighty little preach- ing. Some of the Philippine uprisings are so hardy that they last over might. Scandal is the one thing that never gets worn out at the edges by being passed around. ' A married man informs us that one who tells his wife all he knows doesn't know much. There are 600 rooms in Kaiser Bill's new palace. He'll have to keep a hired girl, we fear. Wealthy Americans now coming home in the 6teerage could not wait for the flying machines. While a wooden leg may be the •ad result of an accident, the hobble skirt Is a Woman's own fault. And now, since men have proved themselves the best dishwashers...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 October 1910

111 ati&MS&kpi jyJp "■ ■...■ \ • 1 •—— < 1 T1 .• 1 pinners Educational | and Co-Operative I Union of America 1 tf& i I M Matters sf Especial Moment to the Progressive Agriculturist — iff*') ■ 'rrl Wk short road to wealth generally .turns Out to be the roughest Ab empty wagon always makes a great iSeal more noise than a full one. You would never know some men Christians unless they told you m ■ Here is to the man who speaks the Tt>eflt and thinks the least ill of his neighbor. The kind of farmer who occupies a talis can most always be told by the of poultry he* keeps. a man who is fooling away le In the literary field might sful In a potato field. men use so much energy lg their own horns that they jpt accomplish anything else. Men who are always yelling for a gpare deal sometimes forget to whis- when the other fellow gets the of lt . ■' >ur flushing" may win lor a lit- le but no man can win by it L- the long run against honesty and dealing. . ? anyone will give ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 October 1910

^1: RSI wmmmm \r*. •■-*■ ■> --..** mmmmrn O O' THE McCLUNG store is fast coming to the front, we started five years ago to MAKE OUR STORE ONE OF THE 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 help but feel we will reach our goal. IThis season we have gathered together from the best wholesale markets of the world, one of the most beautiful assortments of merchandise, to its size, ever shown in our 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 for, and all priced very low. ^iOur Ladies' and children's Department fairly 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 quite sure if you will visit us you will be well paid for your time. * A nice stock of Men.'s and Boy's Clo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 October 1910

Here Yet m W :r . -wp# Mtiirirr* I i rt>i fjocais and personals • ' 1. T. A. Miles will sell you Car- riage Paint. See A. C. Smith's $20 Sewing j Machines, Mr*. P rki*>.< h*-;l -ti f :'r«ab' Lkiiiice neat, And working bard. Bring us your clothes nnd let us fix them, or Phone 55 and we will send for them. We have a nice lot of samples for fall and winter clothing. Come and let us order joo a nice suit. VV* i le n and press Indies skirts. If you like our work tell other people. If not, tell us. Y >urs for business, Murph Bros. in i NOTICE Hogs fur sale. Apply to O. L. Johnson. Sr. at A.J. Mc Williams. CONGRESSMAN MORRIS SHEPPARO COMING TO ATLANTA mk M Texarkana, Texas, Oct. 17.— Congressman Morris Sheppard who is speaking in the northern states under the suspices of the National Democratic Congress- ional Campaign Committee, will reture home in time to de- liver a number of speeehes in this congressional district. He will speak in Atlanta, Saturday, October 29, 10:30 a. m....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 October 1910

) — •— - ■' &js$* Sm- .. -. . •( What to Do k >| Before the I " ; „ By DR. W. H. BAILEY i Doctor tomes •""SJS.f" In order to facilitate our moving about and performing our various du- ties, the body has been, supplied with numerous movable joints. These are ^primarily of two kinds, hinge joints, ■which allow motion only backward And forward in one place, as at the lee; and ball and socket joints Jch allow motion, to a certain ex- in all directions, as at the shoul- der. The movements of the joints are Accomplished by the action of the 'farious muscles that stretch across ^em and are fastened at a greater or distance on each side. Some lusclea run across two or more lints, and so in a measure assist in controlling the movement in each of them. Th,e most common injury to a joint ia sprain. It is usually caused by a sn twist or wrench of one of the that goes to make up the joint, however, be produced by slow iding (extension or flexion) of i joint as when a person is trying to b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 October 1910

'Wmm. mm •''. * im* :_{.^y.. • V . A. fSERJ ^Abinet . !, '. • **■£ Z m m ^ ADVISED OPERATION Cured by LydiaE.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Galena, Kans.—"A year ago last Hatch I fell, and a few days after there was soreness in my right side. In a short time a bunch came and it bothered me so mnch at night I could not sleep. It kept growing larger and by fall it vfes as large as a ben's egg. I could not go to bed without a hot water bottle applied to that side. 1 had one of the best doc- tors in Kansas and he told my husband that I would haye to be operated on as it was something like A tumor caused by a rupture. I wrote to you for advice and you told me not to get discouraged but to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I did take it and soon the lump in my side broke and passed away."—Mrs. B. R. Huky, 718 Mineral Ave., Galena, Kans. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- Eund, made from roots and herbs. 8 proved to be the most successful remedy for curing the worst forms of female ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 20 October 1910

m'• wmm- | £pag Wk M ITS A BAD WIND THAT BLOWS NOBODY GOOD Young Friends, if crops are short and business dull in your community, there is no better time for you to secure a practical business training for which the business world is anxious to pay cash than* NOW. The sooner you qualify, the sooner you will have the privaJege of selecting a successful vocation. With a thorough practical course of Bookkeeping-Business Training, Shorthand, Typewriting, or Tel- egraphy, you are not compelled •to work at any one thing in any one section of the country. You can keep books, do ^shorthand work or operate for some one Ise; you can work into a firme as a partner, go into business for yourself, work your way through a law school or any professional course by doing the stenograph work of the President of the institution at your spare moments; You can work your way to the presidency of a railroad through the tele- graphy key or stenographers pencil, as many others have done. You can work your w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 October 1910

a*- . jLii 5s I03 fi X, r^| BK| Job Printing of every dascrip notice. Advertising^ is an essential to any business. Ill ife* i I. | Office of Publication on Hiram Street The Newspaper for the People $i;00 A YEAR IN ADVANCE Vol. XI Atlanta, Cass County Texas Thursday. October 27, 1910 No. 11. TRAIN THE CHIL- FOOTWEAR DREN TO READ The Most Popular Shoes in Apierica %tfmelican3a tfmtfeman SHOE Fall Styles in Footwear Are Here ISiHwlfi?- iWHi- ■ '• «* 4 a"*J*"'' .r ' v -■ h • ; .•><*' '•-.ri ;... .. • ;• , • , J Us Tell You Why These Shoes Are tlie Best the Most Stylish, The Most Comfortable, The Longest Wearing. The I Please Like the Shoe. The very latest Styles for Autumn wear are to in these splendid Shoes. That perfect feeling of comfort in every pair NOW AND TRY ON .A. PAIR are #jpmm ATLANTA, THE PRESS SUPREME ivm: F 'Cfc wmL 'The man holding public office __ a position of pecaliar im- portance, as the position of the ho more than any other up the mind of the poblic that publ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 October 1910

vm 1 — ■ THE ATLANTA NEWS % ATLANTA, TEXAS GIRLS IN CITIES. The young girl who tried dramatic- ally to take her life In New York re- cently through disappointment and disillusion placed the blame upon the wrong shoulders. It in no degree rests upon either the business or pub- lic social side of American life, saya Washington Post The responsibility for such an outcome must be borne by those who are in duty bound to give their children right views of life. The sight of a young girl, however preco- cious, going to a city like New York without friends or advisers to whom the would listen, and very evidently head-strong and impulsive, there to spend two years writing a book and precious manuscripts which she ro- mantically wishes to be burled with her, calls forth nothing but pity. But this sentiment does not obscure the fact that the girl was permitted to Sain a false view of herself and her relations with the world. Acts such as hers In no degree justify the whole- sale condemnation o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 October 1910

r^f pi m, ■\ r WSf ;• HER PHYSICIAN APPROVES Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Sabattus, Maine.—"You told me to take Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound and Liver Pills before child-birth, and we are all surprised to see how much good it did. My physi- cian said ' Without doubt it was the Compound that helped you.' I thank you for kindness in me and give permission my name in your testimonials."—Mrs. H. W. Mitchell, Box 8, Sabattus, Me. Another Woman Helped. Graniterille, Yt — "I was passing through the Chamge of Life and suffered from nervousness and other annoying symptoms. LydiaE.Pinkham's vege- table Compound restoredmy health and strength, and proved worth mountains ef gold to me. For the sake of other suffering women I am willing you should publish my letter." — Mrs. Charles Barclay, B.FJX, Granite- tills, Yt. Women who are passing through this critical period or who are suffer- ing from any of those distressing ills peculiar to their sex should not lose Right of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 October 1910

■ ' NNNNMMI FOR NOVEMBER 7 I have a large assortment of Men's Boy's and Children's Suits: Child's suits from $1.00 up. Men's suits from $3.50 up. Men's, boy's, children's and ladies Underwear DRESSS GOODS I have a large assortment to select from at the very lowest prices: Ginghams, Percales, Soisette, Poplin, Japonika Silk. Big Rack of Saspenpers, choice 15c SHIRTS Heavy Overshirts, Medium Over shirts, all to go at a bargain, I also have bargains in Sweaters BOY'S KNICKERBOCKER SUITS—Don't fail to examine them—Some bargains. JUST RECEIVED l Some up-to-date Hats to go at sacrifice prices. New lot of Shawls and Fas- cinators—Overstocked and will offer some rare bargains in order to reduce stock. OUTING Cotton flanel, Cotton Checks, Shirting, Domestic, etc. at the very lowest prices. m *040^0*0*0*0#0*040#0^0#0*00^0*0^0*0#040«0#0#0#0*0*0* o Uou (Law "Ke\)6T ^ - You never can fcell when you send a word— Like an arow shot from a bow *By an archor blind—be it cruel or kind, Just where it w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 October 1910

Here Yet And working bard. Bring-us your clothes t and let us fix them, or Phone 55 and wp will send for them. We have a nice lot Of samples for fall and winter clothing. Come and let us order y ou a nice suit. We clean and press ladies skirts. If you like our work tell other people. If not, tell ns. j, Yours for business, Jjocals and Personals Go to McWilliams;" F. M. Greeue ban dies Mitcne wagons and buggies. Old Papers for sale at the News office. Suits to suit everybody Eramberts. W CARNIVAL A few people say the Carnival is a success, but all the people have argued that the Prices on our Merchandise is the Best to be found in Atlanta. So cat) Plenty syrup buckets at A, Howes. W. H. Erambert, Jr. has gone to Dallas. at {and spend some of your cash [with us while in town. A, j. j MoWilliams & Co. ii Mrs. Huther Texarkana. has moved to m IN MEMORY OF Umi ANNA BURNS Ou Sunday night at 8 o'clock, October 16. 1910, the great and supreme Ruler of the universe, in bis infinite wisdo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 October 1910

Xvi N ALMOST every large city In the United States taxlcabs are rapidly displacing .horse-drawn cabs and carriages as public vehicles "for transportation, in those horseless vehicles are almost always based on the distance traveled as shown on the registering dials of the tax- imeters it obviously becomes of the gravest importance that these au- tomatic records shall be honest and accurate in their chronicling. Indeed, in many cities there have been loud protests due to alleged rrercharging of taxicab patrons—the alleged overcharging being attributed to the faulty opera- tion of the taximeters. Whether such false ac- counting was due to a desire to cheat the trav- eling public or merely to faulty mechanism in the mechanical bookkeeper could, seldom be de- termined, but in either event the ouecome was the 1 ill ■■. w§ i® = J%AC//Y<? A tS£AL OVA T£5T££> TAX/MITTS* CQLjVAJWfZZ Am //AS /VMT AfACH/M^ ro& 7y*xjwerF/?s mm ArrAGH/SfQA TAX/AIZT&? 7V T//£ /Y£JY 7E3r/SH? /lAm/STJ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 October 1910

ml m wBmJl* y *"J£ m W: %mA HAIRS ON TOMATOES Cross Breeding of Two Species May Remove Them. To Be Able to Go Among Plants and Not Get Smeared With III- Smell- ing Glandular Exudation is Condition Being Sought. J Work toward the removal of the bairs of tomatoes Is progressing. These hairs are of two general types, namely, the long pointed kind that is quite showy and gives the young parts In particular of both sfcem and leaf a decidedly fuzzy appearance. This form of slender hair is generally pres- ent upon the ordinary tomatoes from the time the seedling is three weeks old until the end of the life of the plant but disappears quite largely from the older portions, jflpn the oth- er hand, the "Currantfftomato is quite free from this form of hair and, on this account the plants of this ■pedes are smooth in contrast with the hairiness of the ordinary kinds of tomatoes. By breeding the two above species together, the results obtained show a reduction of the hairiness of the hy- brids a...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Atlanta News — 27 October 1910

EXHIBITS OF PSULTRY. OEFBT COLORADO ¥ & Bars Are Down For Birds From Every Section. HEW BUILDING IS ERECTED Chicken Show Promises to be Greatest In History of Great Louisiana State Fair. Hundreds of Premiums Offered and Thousands Coming. Who doesn't like chicken? The man, woman or child who will answer in the negative has probably not been born. If you like chicken and have the space on which to raise a few, and much room isn't required under some systems, you will be interested in the great poultry show that is to be one of the chief features of the Louisiana State Fair, whica is to last through ten days this year, November 2 to 11, inculsive. The whole fair Is to be one of th^ best ever held in the South and as much time is being given and as much money spent on the poultry exhibits in proportion to their great- ness, and they are to be great, too, as any others at the fair. Thfe new poultry "building at the fair grounds is 140 feet long and 38 feet wide. It is one of the best...

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