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   Anita Record (Newspaper) - July 10, 1919, Anita, Iowa                                ANITA VOLUME CAS8 JULY NUMBER 28 FORMER ANITA MAN received a message late Friday stating that her Daniel had been ac cidentally killed early that evening by a fast train near his ranch in vi cinity of Follow Smg brief particulars appeared in a newspaper of recent date aged 64 was and instantly killed by an east bound Missouri Pacific passenger train at Vineland yesterday afternoon At White who had just returned to his from was crossing the on his wa from bis tyhoma tg spring across the tracks for a of A Santa Fe pas senger train had stopped at Vioeland to discharge and the noise of the approaching Missouri Pacific train that White did not hear and walked onto the tracks directly in front ofthe Death was in Coroner Campbell was called and ordered the body removed to the McCarthy Undertaking but it is not definitely decided yet Whether there will be an inquest White Is survived by his Levina of Iowa sand following brothers and sis rters John and Robert of Pu of San Francisco Marguerite Emma Mechan Iowa and of which caught from a gasoline completely consumed the dwell ing house and contents on the farm of Ira a short distance south of Anita yesterday of this and Miss Maber pi were in marriage in Des Moines on Is one of HCelloways many salesmen for Wal nut Grove Hog and he and his bride will make their home in Congratulations and good wishes to the happy If Kaiser Bill is averse to aur why not send a few bus ky Yanks after him The joy of living is very often hoodooed by visions of the stalk iag ghost of funeral What sort of a scrap of you suppose exile Kaiser Bill will consider the peace treaty There should be no escape for the Crown Prince or any of his who had any part in the war Let us hope that the Republi can woman voter has learned since the last Presi dential rr Iff If Americanism is likely to be come an a lot of fellows will have to be sent back to where they come Speaking about of those foreign countries could tet whats coming to theyd be wiped off the for a few hard in the equal in force and and in genuine Amer to Senator Paying high and special taxes on inflated or flcticious values is not likely to become or continue to be popular in any A womans party might be counted on to do just about as much good or damage as the old time populist organization or the third Playing the part of Good Good seems to be the busy pastime of the national adminis tration bunch who are not going to let loose of the reigns wof gov and tear themselves away from the piecounter with out a desperate effort and strug The Democratic party has been a party of Protec except aa the principle and construed to meant protection to their iiaa administrators of the affairs in almost JjajJ Let your political light shine Some of those countries that are reported as did not have much to It is said that Dempsey knock ed Willard down so and often and so hard that it yfas im possible for the movieman to get a snapshot of all the if Uncle Wood row can take the time and settle the longneglected affairs of our back yard in which we are more or less his spec ial service in this direction will be greatly Boosting railway employes salaries far beyond the limit the railroad companies are able to throwing out Protection and tickling the funny boae of the liquor interests in a false hope of the return of beer and the Democratic party can not be accused of inactivity in the preliminaries incident to the coming Presidential It is the people who are the real and must be consult in the matter of treaty ratifi cation and to do otherwise would be a violation of the There are influences which as sume to be greater than con stitution that was ever con structed but the period of that influence is each pass ing dayj and let ys not forget to be while the days are going Occasionally you hear of a Democrat down in Congress who is honest enough to make a legit imate effort to find out what the heads of and the many thousands bit inefficient as sistant statesmen have and are doing with the peoples money but such action general ly gets him in bad with the head push of this and the least they do to him is to add one more name to the insurgent Future generations will b e compelled to associate with strange people and it is the best policy for the United States to contribute whatever sum is necessary in preparing those people for citizenship among the people of the most enlighten ed nation of the The Cen tenary movement that is being successfully carried out by the Christian organizations of this country is an investment that will bring forth returns an hun dred times an hundred A warmblooded female expon ent of woman suffrage recently made the statement that she was opposed to political party organ ization and this view would indi cate that this particular woman needs to attend a school of in before being given the privilege of the The best organized element in the world today are the Anarchists and it is going to require thorough or ganization t o combat this and other lawless bunches of cut throats that are springing up all over this country and the Half a billion dollars of as a result of Democratic ad ministrations control of the rail and this enormous sum added to the appropriation made at the time the government took over the makes a grand total of one seven hun dred million dollars that the wise men of the administration have put the country into the hole and they still want another two hundred million dol lars to tide them Isnt it about time the country were making arangementa to secure the services of real business administration The Hay Tool Season Will Soon Be Here Gome in and Supply Your We handle the New Deere and the Pain Hay John Deere and McCortnick Dain and McCormick Hay Buy As the crop is heavy all over the country there is liable to be a i Dont If you are sure you are going to want any of the above get them at Galiher PLAYER PIANO FOR SALE representing the Hospe oldest and largest dealers in the middle has a sample player pi ano at the Victoria Hotel sam ple and will be pleased to show you the easiest Dump ing player on t h e Stridtly one and the same as you would pay in New or anywhere else in the United Weston and wife returned on Monday from Des where they spent a few days with their and SPECIAL Those wishing to dis pose of their Meters to the Iowa Eledric please report same The Anita by July IOWA ELECTRIC Uncle John Ruggles has been quite ill the past under treatment of Worthing was taken suddenly ill at his place of business on the af ternoon of July and was removed to his since which he has been a mighty sick and is under the medical care and treatment of Divide your expenditures by BO1XXS FOR Citizens Savings Under Supervision and Control of the State of Surplus and Stock Holders Ciihltr KATHRYN LYDIA Aultfut LEE The Republican party will be called back next Old King Korn is blossoming out in his smart summer It wouldnt be a bad idea to have another CleanUp Day in The 4th of July rain made and saved the potato which is ot more Im portance than the 4th of July celebra Forshay is spending thai week at Avoca with her George a former resident of is said tobe seriously ill at lis home in 10 lives with his Seaborn k 1 i t 1 UV Vv Not being a wed just like to know wherebouts in thunder some of the new specimen of bug come fromt There will perhaps hot offices omough to go around but the peo ple will have a gorgeous array of can didates from which to make their se Harvesting is on In full Fall wheat shows slight and the sowing Is damaged In some in stances almost from one and Sweney is spending a Datives at Lincoln few weeks with rom the per Nebraska and judging would formance of the young advise her to come The usual number from Anita and1 vicinity went to Atlantic Monday eve ning to help swell the crowd1 at the concert given by the 168th re cently returned from On the 3vening of July a young man was discovered in the act of try ing to get rid of a big gulp of booze that evidently lasted better going than it did coming Real estate agents have been so num erous and thick in Anita and vicinity the past few weeks that the ordinary individual has been in dan ger of getting tramped to death in the The average sensible young woman who has a good position at present scale of figures that it is much Cheaper to remain single than to take in a star with chances of ad ding to the high cost of The picture of the screen at themovies the other evening was not Charlie however much it might have in beauty and the goodnatured Al derman from the Steenth Candidates for Republican nomina tion to county office are already be ginning to feel their way out into the and if present movements are any there will be a full field and a fast and furious fight for the A son of Curry and former residents of the Anita is a member of the 168th recent ly returned from and making a tour of the Ailing dates for musical The young man left his lower left limb in A couple of young ladies passed the snakeden a few days just in time to see the editor reaching for the last swallow in a longnecked bottle and no amount of explanation could con vince those young ladles that it was mineral water the editor was drinking There is indication that the coun try will witness a real coal famine before next and people are again urged to make no but to in their winter supply as soon as It is not only going to be and hard to but the price will be higher than ever It is alway the better policy to take at least a brief survey and invoice of the bunch before making the state that I can lick any inthe Theres most al ways some big follow who doesnt relish listening to that kind of and is quite likely to resent and in a manner that is extremely hard on the Down at Crystal which is Cass countys popular pleasure re the rules seem t o have been amended and under the new order of when some fellow takes a notion to be unnecessarily and boisterous or un he Is promptly knocked down and dragged out by a person specially appointed for that It is in perfect order shall prevail at the Lake during the Mabel of and Daisy of Des daughters of the late Northup and former residents of spent the fourth in the city renewing the friendships of other Two of their Pud and have good positions in Des and Nelse is employed at the Sanitarium at Hot South a position he prior to his enlistment loarmy former resident and business man of passed through the city last week on his way to Des to visit his Representative Newton re turned Thursday from Des where he went to the special session of the called for the purpose of ratifying the suffrage who is at home of Edna in thU recelxing special treatment fron is still confined to her yet her condition Is somv what who Is In Atlantic recovering from tat operation performed several weeks is now able to sit up and partaka of and is regaining he and former good one and of Adairv ny Adair were ng n attendv the city Tuesday BIU ance at the band still in the real estate endeavors to make an fcigH regardless of tu price of Clair Sweny worked himself into neavous fit during the two weeks that Prank Lee was off nursing badly busted thumb he got caught in so last Sunday Glair hiked Omaha and forgot to come back ill The slaughterhouse continued to full during its John son of of is one of the 1910 Class of graduates from the Georgw Washington University of Washing He graduated in Liberal Arts from the State University at lowik City in Huff Is a nephew off late Levi and cousin of Marsh Millhollin and wife have re ceived a informing them that arrived safe from Prance only a few days and ihts will be good news to Roys tamily and friends who have had word from him since the early part the present and the coming at this relieves them of great Roy was a in the aviation and has been in France for more than a It is presumed that he has been in the hos as a result of either illness of wounds received in Robinson and of Garri North arrived In Thursday having made tha a distance of nine hundred in their and will spend a fevr weeks with their and theiR Earl and fam ilies in this family moved to North Dakota many years but have kept in close touch with the oldhome and are enjoyinjr a most pleasant visit with friends and former who are extending to them a cordial Aside from a few grey Gil is juste as young as he used to before the Scholl has bought himself new and expects soon to load himself and Sister Maggie into it and take a hike to North Da to spend a few weeks with Harry and Reuben and Having sold ther it Is the intention of Charlie and Maggie do a good and thorough job of visit ing among relatives throughout the country until early and then go to Long to the A happy good to these giddy old and a safe Is the RECORD best wish for On account of the failing health of a gentleman well knowtt to many In Anita and he has asked and been granted a transfer in the government where he has been employed for many7 from Davenport to Los to which placejie and Sberier expect soon to The father of formerly engaged in the practice of medicine and surgery In who has made his home with his daughter since the death ot Mother occurred a number of years wlltt accompany Although in is la the enjoymeniwi of unusual   

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