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Atlantic Messenger (Newspaper) - December 7, 1905, Atlantic, Iowa i DKCJCMBAR 7 19O5 Trustworthy Jewelers H With a Past Reputation to Maintain Reliable Jewelers Ever V Striving for a Better Reputation as Reliable Jewelers is so near at baud that any words about the purcbasesof HOLIDAY GIFTS must be 8hort and to the arebufc a few days and hour to Goods may be purchased now and laid away for future Please takejnotice of these four important points We never sell or give away boxes with our name as we have found by previous experience that the boxes are made receptacles for a cheaper grade of goods than we Engraving and delivery of articles Visitors are cordially no matter how busy we Come in and view our various see the largest and most magnificent display of Cut Hand Painted China and China Wall Plaques as we goods in plaio you will certainly enjoy this unusual Our name on the box gives added We ane increasing our stock every day but it is now almost complete in every The best and most complete stock of jewelry ever shown hi Cass This store ALWAYS carries the illtl Our line of Gold filled and Solid Gold brooches is A pretty pin is always a new de light toa We have them in or colored gold or Solid rose gold i brooches set with pearls and other SIGNET RINGS are worn We have a large assort A Beauty ment Signet brooches and stick pins are very The latest in Gold Fobs Silk Fobs Gold and Jeweled Crosses Neck Chains Beads Diamond Rings SOLID COLD OConnell Co The Reliable Jlwelers WE CARRY a fine of WATCHES all grades and from the small est to the largest Watches for Everybody RAILROAD If the faction opposing Hepburn in the 8Dh district defeat him they must have a There are no Ma Andersons living in the district The nearest approach to Hepburns sizo is Judge Towner of Corning and he could not be induced to run against so there you and the prospect of changingthe situation is too meager to t ttnrt John Herriott for Casey Vindicator John Her The Register and Leader will probably be a candidate for gov Herriotb is one of the men of the Ninth district and has the ability to give to state an executive that would look after the in terests of the people with that punctu ality that has always marked his ofli He is a man who stands high in the estimation of men of all p a man In whom all have the greatest conud one whose integrity has justly the sobriquet of Honest Herriott has that ex peri in the important positions that be as to place him as the logi cal for the fearless and with that good sound judgement required to He is a veteran of the civil and bib re cord is one in which every old soldier should take a deep Having accepted the agency of the Continental Insurance Company of tfew York the largest company in Farm I Do not make you believe that ive you any cheaper or bet pie it cant be card or call as I place every i every Satur b Room and on pproprfmtely 11 be de p Coun plaice erica our This Now Whats to Come The status ofllumber interests on the i west side of north Chestnut received an interesting airing one day this week at the hands of manager of the Green Bay and Mick former lumber dealer Seem ingly oblivious of bystanders the two gentlemen engaged in a somewhat en livened It seems thai Mickel is under contract not to do a lumber business in Atlantic before Feb when the two year limit It is a current conjecture that at the time of his quittinghe waa induced to do so by the payment of a certain cash the purchase of his south lumber shed and the renting of the ground on which it this fall as theiGreen Bay began tearing down the old Mickel began of a new and larger one all around the rented being careful not to This apparently was not receiv ed with satisfaction although it prov ed to be perfectly legal inasmuch as Mickel was building only on his own unreined ground and waa not as yet offeringany lumber for How the crux of the altercation Tues concerned the removal of shed lumber from the Mickel premises be fore tfie fortncoming of the November j This the latter gentleman oh jected to strenuously and was as stren uously answered by The whole affair seems to foreshadow another lumber fight in Atlantic dur ing the coming Christmas The Salvation Army is going to give their annual dinner to the poor as us ual and would like the sympathy and cooperation of all who read this If our farmer friends will arrange to give a a bush el of or some it will be appreciated very The Lord has given us another year of good crops and and in return I believe we ought remember our leas fortunate Now I sure there are quite a number of farmer friends that could give one or all of the above named things and never miss now dont wait for but send your dona along to the Salvation on Chestnut after thii you n LVunhalm Congress The fifty ninth congress met Mon day Speaker was re elected speaker of the Many bills were introduced the most im portant being Hepburns Panama bill to appropriate for immedi ate use in the construction of the can On Tuesday thepresidents mes sage was read and the reading requir ed two and a half The import ant recommendations in it are Rail road rate control by a commission in accordance the views often ex him in his speeches federal regulation of insurance econmy in expenditures favors temporary and friendly management of the tangled affairs in Porto Rico says the graf ters in government offices shall be fined as fast as discovered thinks Chinese coolie labor should be exclud ed as heretofore but would admit other Chinese such as pro fessional men and Next Sunday afternoon Proc tor will speak at the mens meeting and the male chorus will Every man in the city is Last Sundays meeting was very helpful and well eighty two being The basket game Monday evening resulted in favor of the High School Twenty five boys were at the boys meeting last Monday Are you helping to increase the membership We are trying to have 200 members enrolled Every member especially should be interest ed in and we need the coop eration of every citizen of Williams presented the associa tion with a book entitled Blasts from the Rams Such presents are always We will soon need a new striking High Class The Canadian Colored Concert Company gave a highly pleasing en tertainment in the Christian church in ibis city Tuesday A large audience greeted them and were en thusiastic in their applause of the many excellent The com panys concert singing is indeed blending the voices in perfect Their reader is young man of superior talent and he gave his listeners no dull The contralto has a rich pleasing voice and was at once a The company carries a full six piece or They are entertainers of a high class and deserve the best of patronage wherever they may i Temples Record in Buying Hogs During the month of 1905 I Temple purchased 1607 hogs the j total weight of same being an average of 292 per bead for i which he paid or at the rate of a little over per These I figures are attested by Niles cashier of Atlantic National bank where the money was checked Temple is in the business for busi ness and getting bis full share of the hogs in this The Nowell The jury at the Nowell trial at Avoca returned a verdict Sunday finding Elmer Nowell guilty of the death of Lee Addison by mur der in the second Judge Thor nell deferred sentence and returned to this city reconvening1 court here Mon Nowell claimed to be greatly surprised at the verdict and his at torneys will file notice for a new trial Argument on ibis motion will prob ably be heard to which time court at Avoca was Civic Club Notes Those who were present at the State Equal Suffrage Association at Pan state that prayers for the success of Woman Suffrage were offered at every session by the ministers of the different denominations in New Culvert for the Creek At the city council meeting Tuesday eveningit was decided to retire froai public view a few more rods of Bill Run between 3rd and A contract was made with Wilson of Red Oak who is to put in 115 feet The Boston says reinforced cemeDt ipe at 25 a All honor to the women of New York jeaUoobiThimbe eel t who took part in the city voters did more than they to win triumph for Jerome and for No the the principles he stood Nor were the womencin several other cities want ing at the time of The Northland Singer Ben If you would like to a new one chip in soon have a little and we will MARRIAGE UCENSB Hugh Mas sen a Sidona Massena Eddie Victoria Alvina Victoria 23 21 25 IB Selling All Seme of different orfc ftt per The Ladies will hold their monthly Kensington at the Tuesday afternoon and evening A musical program la being pre pared and a large attendance is de The gentlemen are Everybody to and see my of toys and holiday kinds and at Come diameter and will be put in place ear ly in the Charles of has been etnployed as helper at city water A sketch of a proposed plan of new city building waspresented anffl the was ordered to secure more details of plan and report The city treasurer reported balance on hands in all funds How true it is the tone that makes the Have you ever observed the tone of Ben Hendricks sing ing noticed its melodious its rare sympathetic quality that straightway finds an open sesame to the hearts of its Those who have been so fortunate can readily recall the pleasurable memo ries of his sweet his power to enthrall and hold spellbound the In his play Olson Hendricks will sing six new their being Northland Lullaby Fair Land of A Swagger Swedish Open your mouth tod shut your and Straw Hoiut The Lottery of The most singular and appalling of all true narratives of the Civil War if Lieutenant Stradlings story of Lottery of Death in the November The Confederate goveru ment had determined upon the execu tion of two Federal captains in retal iation for the hanging as spies of two of their own captains caught by the Union All the Federal cap prisoners of War in the Lbby were compelled to draw lots ta select two of their number to be The fateful black beans were drawn by Captain of tha 1st New Jersey and Captain Flynn of the 51st Indiana the first men to draw from the lottery of At a two hours notice they were carted off to Lieutenant Stradling tells the story in unvarnished English as he had from Captain how the doomed mec were reprieved at the foot of the gal lows tree by the hard riding of the Bishop of Richmond and the interfer ence of Davis how Lincoln heard the story from Sawyers and at the end of a sleepless night de vised a plan whereby the men were Lincolns plan was one of the most pitiless moves war ever forced from He notified the Confeder ate cabinet that immediately execution of and Flynn he would retaliate by hangiotf General of their erf at com and ra ThiftbraM frightened theCon federate cabinet ittto tbvlr
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