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Atlantic Weekly News (Newspaper) - September 2, 1909, Atlantic, Iowa i VOLUME SEVEN SEPTEMBER NUMBER SEVEN PETITIONS FOR SEPTEMBER TERM Grist of New Cnscs for Coming Term Of Court Tiled in Office of Railroad Cases and Others Saturday Last Day for MCALL WRITES THE NEWS Atantfc Dentist Wlio is Yisitlng In the West Writes The News of Trip Letter Sent from Gives Views on From Wednesdays Daily which is the last aay for filing cases for the September term of the district court draws the flings for the in the office of the clerk of the are on the Last evening and today ft t of new cases was and it is expected that the days intervening between now and Saturday will bring many Through his Zieg Bert a horse fllea suit for damages in the oum Of one James he sold him a horse with the heaves and an animal which the vsome of our pleasures are darkened plaintiff claims to have shipped and by the Illness of our old friend and had to take back on account of townsman known as Cap I sat up with him last night He ia Selby well very low and the physician has no through Attorney sue John hope of his While with him Mertes for the amount they I picked up the News sad IB reading claim is due them as balance for it from cover to cover I noticed aev aoine work they did for defendant opinions as tp what would be the From Wednesdays Daily Editor Atlantic Dear it is customary for a tenderfoot when on a vacation or pleasure trip to write a few lines to their home and as I am resting quietly ia this beautiful garden spot of our wonderful I thought I would scribble you a few lines to let you know that my wife and I are having the time of our lives anfl en joying thia beautiful mountain cli But I am sorry to say that SOME DEALERS VIOLATE THE LAW Some Local Dealers Violate the Pare Food Law toy Selling Spoiled Eggs And Cases are Reported Where They Refused to Make Them From Wednesdays Daily There have been numerous instanc es reported to thia paper of late of violations of the pure food laws by dealers handling A number of the friends and patrons of The News teil of cases where have bought at stores in tfis city and found a third of them bad and when they took them back to the dealer he has disclaimed The pure toed law of the Btae is plain when it cornea to thia and that when a dealer gels a customer eggs which are spoVJ he shall otake them or elsa be guilty of a The dealer who tells you otherwise or tries to evade his responsibility is doing BO at hie own Through Attorney Guttenfelder brings Boorman practical and durable paving to action against when Atlantic Paves Her the Rock sland ft Pacific Some want noiseless pav railroad asking damages In others dont just so it the sum of for alleged injury to I will give you my hum plaintiffs land In Grove township ble opinion1 from a practical stand pave with for noise is what is needed in Atlantic to now of filea his petition in the suit he brings against asking dam ojces in the sum of for alleged assault on the part of the plaintiff resulted in his serious injury it necessary for him to call a Boorman is Allens Ada widow of the late Bftjrt brings suit for against the Rock Isand railroad com asking ibatamounj the alleged loss by defendant company of some household goods shipped by her her late husband from Idaho FellsThe petitloB states that the gopds were turned over to the Ore Short and were turned over by that road to the Rock Island all BO that the damage is forthcom ing the Rock BobrmaB is attorney tor the Attorney Boorman also represents ToWne who files the peti tion in a suit he brings against Wheatley of Brighton TQwne alleges in hid petition that de fendant listed With him for sale his acre farm in Brighton setting the price of and agree ing to pay plaintiff a commission of If he sold Plaintiff avers that he did sell naming Phil Smith and Conway as the purchasers he and then claims that de fendant refused to Wherefore he asks damages of and Anna Crouch through Attorney Boorman brings an action against Hugh one of the heirs of the late Mary asking that the title in the property contained in lots 11 and block which was originally the McCormick be quieted in Westphalen brings action against the Northern and Southern and the Rock Is land and Pacific asking damages in the sum of the amount he claims he was damaged last June when the defendant companies undertook to transport 63 head of steers to the Chicago market for he did it in a manner de trimental to the and failed to give them proper is also his make the city appear a busy without slinging too much hot if repairs are needed at any future period it can be done at less the autos will not cut it to pieces It may be a little hard on tires but the owners do not care for a few tires as long they are not running in Now to those who want a ooisetaw paving I would suggest that tfiey could cover the street in front of their place of business with corn huska with a cob or BO thrown It would be more soothing to their nervous I guess this is all I have to suggest at thia This city is putting in crushed It Is file but they have the granite to pave Shoudy Toetevin ft Son are well and do ing nicely in Kindest re gards to all the lam Youre May Play Western If the arrangements can be local baseball fans will have a chance on Tuesday next to see the fast Wich team of the Western League in Manager Leslie Smith of the Merchants Greys is trying to ar range a date with the Wichita bunch for next the day after the last game with the Townsend club and expects to hear today as to the The Wichita team has an open date on next Tuesday and it IB thought will be able to play If the Wich ita bunch does not materialize it is likely a game will be played with the fast Humboldt team on that Boorman Miss Pnrdy The many in this city who knew the young woman will be saddened to learn that Miss Inez the Oak land young lady who was injured some little time ago in an auto acci died at the horrfe of her parents as a result of her The fun eral was held day before Carl ef We extend our beartfeU to the friends for the beautiful of Tfet OF Read AB to From the Georgetown Ohio Ga zette we clip the following Arthur Henderson of having completed his Chautau qua work for the joined his family at the home of his fatherin William at Five where he has been enjoying a Henderson attended the Chau tauqua Friday and meeting many of his old friends and He was a pupil of the old Normal school in Georgetown and many of our citizens will remember It would be a pleasure to have him on the program at eGorgetown next sea Aoemt FrMk Peliefi Frank formerly of now of addressed the teachers meeting Friday hto theme being TSctOuaay oiSaV in the Pan of Pelfcft impresses his audience M a natfriiifat and scientist thoroughry raniinar with the laws of nature an applied to the production of the fruits Of the and his plea for the of the equilibrium IB natures forces by the protection of wild jilfe and con servation of the elements of the soil la so forcible and logical that It is a matter of regret that every individual in the land has not long ago been taught the valuable lesson contained in this one hours pleasant and entertaining AUGUST SHOWED GAIN OVER 1908 Business of Office of County Recorder Better This Tear Than Au gust Showed Quite a Gain over Au gust Last From Wednesdays Dally County Recorder Mountain has furnished the News with a sum mary of the report of the business of his office for August and by it we note that the business for month of this Just was greater than was that last there being a total of 145 instruments tat ikgalmgt 137 in the same month last yeijk Of deeds there were filed in August this year 67 as againt 43 in the same month ast while the money collected for filing those this year was as against last Of mortgages there were ft filed this year as against 17 during the same month laat the filing fees this year amounting to aa against last In chattel mortgages August this year led last year by the filings this year be mg 22 in number as against 20 last while the filing fees this year amounted to as against last There were more releases filed in August last year than in the same month this there being 2t filed last year and but 17 this year while the filing fees this year amount ed to against this In miscellaneous last year beat there being 37 filedduring while dur ing the month just closed there were but The filing fees on these last year amounted to while this year hut The to tal flHng fees this year amounted to while last year they ad to V rom Wednesdays Daily Through the courtesy of the official scorer Merchants the News following batting averages team members to date AB R Sam Marshall Barnhart ROBS Marshall Franklin White DahJberg Sargent flammDnd Franklin Worthing Preston City LtbjPtriM city ar rived home this morning from her va cation trijt through the She visited the Seattle exposition and then treat down the coast to Long where ahe visited her Miaa Adams re tarns muoh by the trip and her duties at the library at Karrlafe Sari Lenora Clark Mattie Funeral of From Tuesdays Daily The funeral services for the late Lydia Antrim were held Sunday afternoon at the late Ce dar the Henderson offi and the interment was made in the Atlantic ser vices were largely attended and there was a wealth of floral Among these was one handsome which came from the club in Louis to which Antrim which was delayed and did not arrive till The children present at the funeral were Calvin Antrim of Cum Antrim at Addle Winheimer of Chicago Harry Antrim of Will Antrim of Antrim of Wissler of Dav enport and Bdna Colling were unable to be the first two being detained on account of illness them selves and the last named lady by ill ness in the COATES PROMISED TO IT According to They Didnt As Trustee Fine Sues and Coate for and Some From Wednesdays Daily Rudolph Pine today filed in the office of the clerk of the district court a petition in a suit against and the well known mining whose operations here and in Idaho have been the subject of some comment in the The plaintiff in the case is who appears as trustee for the petition in bought a thousand shares of Golden Treasure stock at a dollar a with the the petition that if he were not satisfied defendants would buy it back at what he gave for with six per cent add and less any dividends he might have received up to that He states that a year was the time in CITY WATER IS ALL BIGHT Word from Chemist is That Atlantic Water Contains No Disease Germs And Is Message to That Effect Received Regular Mothty From Daily moathly Aeetlac ef the vttl at oemeUry sit J which he was to decide but that has long since passed and defendants have failed to make Therefore he sues for the thousand and the ac crued interest at six per State Secretary Prom Wednesdays Dally State secretary Goodell was IB the city for a short time yes terday while pissing through and made local Thomaatt a short Vwrrtege cou From Wednesdays Daily Atlantic city water is pure and tains no disease This is the welcome word recetv d yesterday over the phone by City 31erk Nichols from Ames where the sample of water was sent for anal The message was to the effect that an thorough in Us failed to reveal anything wrong with the and the writ ten result is expected in a day or Dakota From Saturdays Daily Clarence Bruce has just returned from Dakota where he has beben look ing after crops owned by the Bruce They have 800 acres of flax which he says will produce a banner yield this In Dickey North and Brown South where their farms are there has been heavy rainfall and crop procpects are SOMETHING OF THE STICK WORK Batting Averages of Merchants Greys As Compiled by Hubert Official Scorer of Mar shall at the 65 22 63 14 59 20 50 16 55 20 77 18 36 8 69 11 69 14 62 13 25 3 25 5 Hubert for the has the of the H 31 21 18 15 IB 20 9 17 16 13 5 3 Beat Estate Nathaniel McVay and wf to Homer Klrkham wd 8 21 09 lot 7 in b A Ras kins add to being a part of the e2 se4 9W4 of sec Rebecca Woodward to Graham Pet erson wd 7 23 09 B 200 ft lot 4 of lots 910 except s 22 ft of lot 4 in second add to Massena Pollock and wf to Wil liams wd 7 17 09 It 17 b 7 in Cum Edith Perkins to Pollock qcd 8 11 09 Wayne and h to John Wohl enhaus wd 8 9 09 lot 4b 22 in 1st add to Marlon Moncrief and h to Woodall wd 8 23 09 Its 78 hll jlft Dickerson Keyes add to Atlantic sub to mtg at 7 sub to 1900 taxes wf to Jens QuiEt d 09 lot 5 i Beal Estate Aug Alois Keflsler and wf to Joseph Koasler qcd 3 27 09 und 29 of 23 and w2 BW4 247586 Ralph King and wf to Av Mar tin Wd 8 23 09 It 9 b 10 30 to 8 Harlan wd 6 29 07 It 15 and pt It 14 b 84 Atlantic Irying and wf to Larra bee wd 7 10 09 Its 78 b F add MASSENAFAIR BOOSTERS HERE String of Gayly Bedecked with Boosters and Visit This On Trip Advertising Massena A Splendid From Mondays Daily Ten or a dozen bearing somo thirtyfive fair in cluding the splendid band from that reached Atlantic shortly before three oclock this The au tos were gayly bedecked with advertising the which la to be held on the 8th and 9tl of and American flags formed a prominent part of the BRh of the boosters wow an appro priate badge and many were armed with advertising The partf left Massena at eight this went from there to thence to Fontanelle thence to Anita and and from Wiota the trip here was Leaving here af ter remaining some twenty party went south to from which place they expected to go Jo Griswold and from there band played some nice numbers dur ing the stop at the Atlantic Auto Com pany garage in this city and played another concert farther up Hogan and Wyckoff of the fair association were with the party as were many other prominent men of the Massena Jones and wf to Good pasture wd 8 6 09 n 10 ft O P It 6 Ras kin add Ed Read and wf to Joseph Tye wd 8 14 09 Its 78 b 6 Bell and wf to Alice Bngle wd 5 1 09 Its 123 b 3 Alice Engle and h to Fred Moore wd 8 0 09 Its 567 b 1 Engles 1st add George Hyatt and wf to Eugene Hyatt wd 8 9 09 It 5 of ne4 se4 13 Trophy Shoot The regular trophy shoot of the Atlantic Gun Club was held yesteiday afternoon at the grounds noith of the depot and the marksmen spent the afternoon with as much pleasure as uspally falls to these Tie scores follow KenIt 5f John Ralph 18 M Doran tt M VveeftV tt Doc John Tiedje was the winner ol tte Doc Wilson of the silver Kolb and Gamble tied for the DVBtfht trophy and in shooting off the tie at 20 Kolb got 18 and Gamble Sudden Death at from Saturdays Daily Clarence bookkeeper for the Green Bay Lumber was A telephone message from Brown sudden illness of his who was visiting at the home of his William of that Trial of announces his fathers death there at last Brown re sided at and was plan ning a visit here after making a short stop in No information as to the funeral is yet Card ef We extend heartfelt thanks la the friends and neighbors whose kind and sympathy wereoure our recent otelmeeB and death of our beloved aafl also tor the feral Cbautaiiqiui Assembly From Mondays Daily The Chautauqua assembly ended last evening with fairly good attendance The exact figures are not known as but It is likely the association sus tained a loss this The figures can be learned definitely when the association meets in October to tran sact the business for the year at which time it will also be decided whether the assembly is to be held another year or Towne baa a paea ad la about bis Dakota laad which ta full at good things fofr the load rear Exefttaf From Saturdays Daily Yesterday evening as who lives southwest of was driving west toward Chestnut on Fourth his horse became rest ive at sight of an auto coming north on Chestnut street toward While giving his attention to this ma another suddenly came up Chestnut from Third amd turned east on almost running into Dar lings In his struggles to avoid this last the horae broke the harness so that he was unable to hold back the Turning north on Chestnut he ran almost to First street where he was slowed down and caught by a couple of men waving their hats so that his attention was taken from the buggy striking him in the who had remained in the then dismounted and led him to a harness shop where the was Painful From Saturdays Daily Al an exfireman of the who is now tending sparator for was painfully in jured this morning at Rude Dreageas 6V2 miles southwest of Atlan in movinig a concave which had been moved from the in some way dropped it on his left foot with such force that one of the teeth cut through the slice and al most through the Brehmer rushed him to town in an auto and Campbell dressed the It will be some under most favorable before Cue can resume Roberts to Sew From Wednesdays Daily Walter the popular accompaniedby her MJlas this morning No tor York wfcwe they will stu iljr fell W
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