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   Anita Tribune (Newspaper) - June 10, 1915, Anita, Iowa                                THE ANITA VOLUME THIRTYTWO THIRTYFIVE YEARS AGO IN OLD ANITA A Glance at The Anita Times of Jannary When Dad Chase of Atlantic Was on Earth for the First CASS JUNE NUMBER 30 CLARDY BUYS GALIHER IMPLEMENT STOCK A deal wich has been hanging fire for some time was finally consummat ed by the terms of which Clardy becomes owner of the Anita Hardware and Implement im plement the invoice having been made and possession given to Clardy Wednesday morn The store has been since the selling of the hardware stock to MeEvoy Galiher and and Chinn will remain in the employ of Clardy is an experienced imple ment having conducted a similar establishment at Walunt at one and for the past two years has been in the employ of the Farmers Supply We predict for him the best of suc CADDOCK TOO MUCH FOR WESTERGAARD HOY OIEKATKD ON KOK APPENDICITIS We had the good fortune a few clays ago to come into possession of a copy of the ANITA TIMES of Jan uary At the head of its first column appears the name of Charles Editor and Pro In politics it was with a big as might be expected of one who was brought up under the tutelage of John The paper was published at the beginning of the campaign for the nomination of the republican candidate for the presi and Elaine was the leading candidate for the The way that Pad lambasted Elaine was a caution to Since those days Charley has seen the and al though he is not backward yet in jumping onto a candidate he does not believe to be the man for the it will not be because he is a or a or a member of any other but of the per sonal record and abilities of the cin didate This suits us to a T although we do not always agree with Dad in his estimates of the candi date he gets In looking over the old paper we find but few of the men who were in business at that time are now among the and fewer still are residents of the Atnong those who advertisers in that the follow ing have passed to their final reward Walter Robert Renton and Horace Martin Albert Peter John Orlen John John and Quite a number four hundred acres of right of have moved away and many of those way which will bring than 10Q ATLANTIC SOUTHERN TO BE SOLD AS JUNK Deal for Sale of as Junk about Consummated and if There is No Hitch Road Will be Torn Delivery August Unless something and happens very soon to the At lantic Southern will be sold as for deal for the sale of the road at a price to Harding the railroad supply man who was here last is practically except for a minor detail or De Roo Weber of the Abcles company in forms this paper that the contract is practically and that he is ex pecting a telegram any time finally closing it If the contract is made the Abeles people have to tear the road their contract calling for de livery by the first of August for the rails and equipment will be it is un JESSE WESTERGAARD FAILS TO THROW EARL CADDOCK IN A ONE HOURS MATCH ON TUESDAY Caddock Makes Better Appearance at the End of an Hour Than Wester No Question Rut That Caddock Is a Faster The wrestling match hcid at the Anita opera house Tuesdiy eveniiij between Earl Caddock of national amateur and Jessa known to the wrestling world as Jesse showed that Caddock is too much for the big Swede failing to get even one fall from Caddock in the specified time of one when he was supposed to throw Caddock twice in an The match was known as a handicap Westergaard to throw Cad twice in an or forfeit the match to the young Anita which he did when the sixty minutes passed and had Caddock no near er down than he did when both entered on the Westergaard is a big top ping the scales at about 240 while Caddock weighs only giv ing the Swede 00 pounds the best of it in The Swede worked hard for the first twenty and dur j ing the wrestle got Caddock in several bad but each time Caddock slipped It did not seem like a handicap match for Caddock did not take the defensive at all times by any He went after Wester gaard at times like an old professional and a number of times it looked like The in he wouldput the big Swedes should will realize something out of the to the mat but his wei ht of termmal and there together with the science of Roy IJinU was taken to At lantic Saturday where hi1 was operat sd on by Campbell of I assisted by his Campbell of at tlio hospital get away from Caddocks dunporous His condition wis FORGER ARRESTED IN NEBRASKA Sixty minutes is a long very but IT eamo through the operation doctor had an Westergaard stated after the match attack of appendicitis while at college was but Earl was just as good llmut thricl thl nppcn dix was partly Houghed off at that as was discovers in thi This rnnde the operation at this states on charges more difficult anil of recovery are a time His chanc Besides lie he was at that time as he was when en tered the He went af ter the Swede during the last minute and if it had been a finished have gotten him in about fifteen min utes for Westergaard was be ginning to show the punishment of an hours his breath coming slow and his face showing of Caddock was feeling tine at the end of the It was quite a striking scene when Caddock and Westergaard went on the looked like a small lad aside of the big Bat at the end of five the large at knew that Earl was just us good as the big his muscles and his actions showing up better than Wes Even if Westergaard hasY Triwtii for Some of Visited Anita Last Is Now in Ihe Hands of I lie Itcini Arrest ed at s ac companied to Atlantic by his and wife and his wife and her Worthing and His wife and her mother remained with the others returning home after the ASKS COURT TO HAVE TRANSFER SET ASIDE a reputation as a national heavy weight it had no on for at no time during the whole match show any sign of being Before the main a prelimin ary between Harvey Wilburn of Ani ta and a lad by the name of Harris from the Berea wresluJ for seventeen when Wilbun for feited the match to After the big match was Cad dock made a few remarks to the large at which he challenged Wes tergaard for a straight Wes tergaard then made we have lost track There are but few of them who are yet living and per so that it is ex pected the company will realize some given up their idea of organizing to take over the and that they are evidently relying on their confidence that the railroad commission will force the road to The road is in bad shape and the tearing up of the track will not be without The bridge at Mortons Mill is completely gone as a result of the numerous heavy rains and the one at Grant is partly The only way to approach the bridge at Mortons Mill will be to work from the other side to where the bridge if out and work from this side to that going Uu It commences to look as if the end of the last chapter of the Atlantic Southern is quite Miss Merle Taylor was an Atlan tic visitor can claim residence They are around out of the Charles road if there are no The Stemmed and south end of the ine cost originally There were but two lodges here in better than those the Masons and Odd FelMr Weberi who has been here for who carried cards in the The officers whose names are append ed to the cards are for the and Albert Wal for the Odd and They met in the old hall over the store of Bach and located where the East jewelry store and the Carson barber shop now There were also but two the Con of which Whitmore was pastor and the Metho of which Archer was Charles Dubbs was agent for the Ttock passing to the great be yond a short time after the date of that issue of the There is an item in the paper brag ging about there being 127 teams on Main Street at one time the previous Today it is nothing un usual for that many autos to be on Main Street and as many or more teams hitched to the racks on side The Rock Island was more anxious to accommodate the traveling public in those as they advertised to carry passengers on four freight trains going east and three going This was in addition to the three passenger trains each way every Sunday and by the there were no fast trains thai whizzed through the town in those 11 stopping at Anita to t off and take on pas A few people here may have gotten the impression that there was no agi tation for good roads until after there were so many auto but they are way as there is a clip ping from the Chicago of a re cent advocating the very same things that the most radical good roads men advocate The paper was well printed and on the inside pages there was a goodly number of news items of a local nat but as to the front and back of the 16 about four and a half were given over to stand ing and the balance was all plate There are other items of interest in the local news section of the which we will refer to in later issues of the r he W3S saying that he was surprised to find so good a man here in and that all should feel proud of him that 1C was clever and knew the wrestling He did not say whether or lot he would meet Caddock in a straight The opera was there being about 120 on the The total rceeipts for the evening was Men Who Signed Claims Sleir Properly to Avoid Iuyiiig alias who wanted in Iowa and other western f foi was ar rested Monday at ut according tit advice received by tho Iowa Bankers association at lies when gave Ies Moines as bi the lime Calhoun visited Anita ho claimed to be a ranch owner near Ar New lie visited tht newspaper oflices and suggested that he would want a page advertisement for four weeks that he would want published during the month of Then be discovered hi was a little short en but bail in his possession a draft for and wanted some one to identify him so he could get il lie was able in influencing one man in Anita to go to one of the local banks with him to endorse the but shortly before Culhmm had tinui to get out of the same party hunted him up and made him gn back A rase entitled tessler trus to the leave th EXIRA SCHOOL HOUSE TO BE DEDICATED JUNE 10 June was made Monday of the arrange ments made for the dedication exer a informs this paper that the of the Exira high State people on the south end seem to have i Superintendent Deyoe will be Gaylord of Atlantic is over this week on Adam Krause and family visited Sunday with relatives in Ziegler was out at Omaha the first of the week on legal busi Overmyre of Sioux City is here visiting his Hamil ton Campbell and and other the principal speaker for the which will take place on June Throughout the afternoon the build ing will be open to the and competent guides will be furnished to take all visitors through the building explaining all of its modern features and pointing out the interesting phas es of the Aside from the building there will be on display work done by all of the pupils of the Lunch will be served free of charge by the girls of the home eco nomics which is as well equipped as any in the The dedication program will take place at 3 oclock in the high school Thursday evening the regular commencement at which mayor of and former superin tendent of schools here will After June freight will not be received or delivered at lite freight after Up the sold by Subse money drawn his draft That alias was a smooth one at the forging tluii is no for it is claimed that up to the time he visited Anita that he bad cashed worthless drafts amounting to over and since jthat time lias cashed over worth of Every draft that he cashed was The drafts of tho Jiast three months were drawn on the Seaport National bank and the Na tional Park bank of New At the time of bis arrest be was accom panied by a supposed to be his At the time he was in he was but reports a little later claimed be had a woman traveling with Ira Soper was out at Council Bluffs the last of this week on The Misses Lucy and Hattie Dor sey were Atlantic visitors Packages of Pry Goods on last Tuesday tf EMMA Joy is seriously Martin went to Coun cil Bluffs Tuesday on FOR complete pressure water system for 2Gtf John Wahe called Tuesday and shoved his credit on the Tribune Petit came from Omaha yesterday to visit relatives and friends here for a few Ralph who had been visiting here with his re turned to Thomas Morgan and daughter Mildred were over from Casey yes terday visiting the family of George Frank Carter and Car rie Reynolds were over at Atlantic yesterday visiting Miss Anna OLeary at the Special sale on all trimmed hats in stock for Friday and June and It Wagner and Will Crawford and Ralph Forshay left ahead another for which we re yesterday morning for Lake Miss Daisey Chapman was an over Sunday visitor with friends at George wife and went to Des Moines yes terday to have the son operated on for a bad case of They were accompanied by their turn Glen Holmes of Guthrie Cen ter is visiting here this week with her Jenkins and and other They will be home about The fools are certainly not all dead Another one was caught by the Kangaroo Court which is held as occasion offers in the west part of The victim hunted up the marshall and squealed on the The next morning however he was trying to back out as he would have been obliged to return here to prose cute the He was trying to sell territory for some patent advertising device and it was over the sale of ter ritory that they caught John wife and John went to Grinnell yesterday to visit a few days with his Charles Budd and Robert Burke and who had been visiting here with her par Combs and returned to their home in Chicago Henry Holiday was up from Mas Walter Hook was hostess to her the yesterday af The usual excellent lunch eon was served at the close of the af The water works are now more than paying expenses and as there are a number more who will be connected up they will shortly bring in a revenue to the The contract has been let to Good pasture for a new building to be erected on the site of the present Unique the new building to sena Tuesday evening to attend he of 20x80 and high wrestling and while in the city found the time to make this office a pleasant call and pay his subscription to the Tribune ahead another enough to make a good picture show The building after its com pletion will be occupied by the Schwenneker He says the bridge causing him to GEORGE WOLFF DOES NOT WANT A PAROLE Man Senl from This Comity for Seven Years for Forgery Docs Not Want a So Tells Board of Paroles and tee James Maggie dlri takl John Anna and the Farmers Savings of Atlantic has been filed for the September term in the of fice of the clerk of the district Swan and Goodspetd ap pear as the attorneys in the which is an echo of the financial trou bles of the Atlantic Northern and James who was a director of the along with others of the signed u note to secure the amount for rails used in the Joseph Iron quently a judgment was secured in Montgomery county against Judd and James in the sum of their share of the and a transcript of this plain tiffs filed with the They claim defendant transferred property to the other his wife and the to avoid having to pay the and ask that the transfers be set They bring the bank into the case because of a mortgage held by which they also ask to be set Kess ler appears as trustee for the other men on the note who have paid their shart of the Two law suits have been filed with the clerk of the district court in At lantic against Pottawattamie growing out of the fact that a thresh ing machine engine went through a bridge in that county on the 7th of injuring one man quite according to his and smashing the engine The first case is entitled Roy Bra den by his next Grant Pottawattamie and in his petition plaintiff states that he tried to cross with his engine u bridge ac ross a ravine in Pottawattamie county which bridge is part of the public and ran east and west be tween sections and township range gave way with fall into the creek below and injuring him quite badly he perma He says his right leg was crushed and lacerated and his spinal column injured so as to make a permanent injury to He says he suffers great pain on account of the injuries and for damages in parole that he was born in this city the sum of plus the sum of and that be lived here till he was hospital He says that the forty four years of although ut th the man who was sent up from county for seven years for as the result of his gett ing money on a note from the Na tional Bunk by false does not want a County attorney Whitmore is home from Des where he inUmcwed the board of paroles and pardons about the case and they told him that Wolff had made the statement to them of which they bad a that he did not want any and would serve County attorney Whitmore had interested himself in the prin cipally on account of the bank people who believe that who has been in the pen eleven has suffered but bis linn stand against it would seem to put the ki bosh on the attempt to get him It is by the authorities that the reason he does not want a parolo may be that he is a crook and is want keep ed so h under Wolff still insists to the authorities at the pen and to the state board of was born board of Pottawaltamie county present time he jected the claim on September lover Saturdays Genung and Genung are at torneys for the plaintiff and Rwanson for the defendant An outgrowth of the same accident is the other that of Paul Bra den the same he slating that in the mixup the which he was broken up and smashed o it could not be and he wants damages of The Genungs are also his to be not NewsTele John Scott was an Omaha visitor last Whitedand Miss Anna and Miss visited Sunday with relatives at EDITH HITLER TO UK MARRIED NEXT WEDNESDAY Invitations have been sent an nouncing the approaching marriage of Miss Edith daughter of and to Karl son of and the wedding to take place at the home of the brides parents on June couple will be at home friends after July on The young their many farm near Charles Workman and left here Monday for Hastings to visit her Ashei Turner and Last Sunday was the Knights of Pythias memorial and during this afternoon about forty Knights went to Evergreen cemetery where they decorated the graves of departed nine in   

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