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   Titonka Topic (Newspaper) - May 23, 1912, Titonka, Iowa                                14 MBS NORMA FRANK Nnptlals occurred Sxindny at Home of f Brides Mueller TliONKA KOSSUTH Ui TEE TH 19 Many of the readers of this paper Will no doubt be surprised to learn 4oJ the marriage of Miss Norma oldest daughter of and of this The was solemnized last Sunday Miss Norma Prank is now The ceremony vvas performed by pastor of the German Lutheran of witnessed by rela of the immediate family newly wedded pair will make their home at on a where everything has been pre pared by the husband for the recep tion of the and Laipple are highly respected young The Topic joins their many f riends in wishing them long lives of v happiness and ANDERSON TAKKS Will Build Two Sets of Houses on the Half Section South of the Turner School House In This Fred Anderson Con and is to build two sets of farm residences on the half situated four miles south of OConner who live at was up last Friday and purchased lumber and other building material of Budlon3 Sons and contracted with Anderson to erect two sets pi the contract price agreed ipon in writing OCon ler tofurnish all the and Anderson to complete the The when com pleted will be for SENATOR YOUNG Will Arrive IMTHoiika May and Will Reinnin Two Hours or ExrSenator Lafe candidate or senator from the State 6f on the Republican win be in Titonka on May He s scheduled to speak at Bancroft on the evening of May and on Fri day morning will leave Bancroft and go by auto to Buffalo Lake Mills and Forest Young recognizes that this is a Young Conies to Titonka Nex Saturday at 0 Lafe Young of Des Moines be in Titonka next Saturday at 9 He will come by auto from Burt and will be her shake hands with I enough farmers are here at that tim lie will make a He has messaige to deliver to you and wheth er you are an adherent of his or not sit will not hurt you to look him over and shake an honest mans Young is a common He is notone of those highferlutin lawyers tall silk hat perched upon one of his He is an ordinary common trying to do what he can to help out the When the administration was trying to get the reciprocity law placed upon the books at Washington Lafe was fighting the bill and with all his might believing that if we opened the doors of Canada to the United States that it would lower the prices ot all commodities and jprojjttcts produced by farm stands today the friend of the Iowa His short term in office showed that he had the ability to up and for what he be lieved to be In all of the vot ing he done he registered it on the right side which his political ene mies do not Come out next morning and visit with ASK COURT FOR Many Charges Made in Suit Filed by Ocntrnl Brick and Tile Com pany This A suit waa filed today by the Cen tral Brick and Tile company against Frits and the Farm ers Lumber The plaintiff Will Reed and daughter Zelda of Algona came Saturday evening for a visit with her Mike Cruise and son Frank went to Mason City Tuesday morn the latter going to have a small operation on his throat by Mur Miss Belle Haverly and Miss Clara Amen and Jack Haverly and Im merfall went to Algona Tuesday be for an accounting of the busievening to fl ness done by the men in charge of Crulse were visiting in Britt the the plaintiff claiming tween trains that no accounting has ever been Adams and Ben Hop been made by the defendants and that kins went to Mason City Tuesday to fpme money was withdrawn from the M WJU Grove clarion came which was It is Tuesday for a visit with friends and t UUUlltvu J l l UUOUlly IV busy time with the farmers and it x aUeged that worth of enough are in town on the morning M 1 of his arrival would undoubtedly make a short Senator Young and never from the place Miss Irene Looft of Bancroft is visiting with her John Looft and A number of othercharges Miss Caroline Nelson came horn 1 IVllQtS VttlUllilC wants to meet as many tne made in the petition to the from Algona Tuesday night for an is that four kilns were extended visit with Walter Hall of Luverne cam A Runaway The Krantz livin north of met with their an nual runaway accident Sunday morn ing with nearly as miraculous escap froan injury as the accident o about a year While Krant had his family out riding near the home a colt hitched to the rig in which five members of the family were kicked his foot over the tongue of the weaking the pole and causing the sharp end to run into the upsetting the rig arid throwing the occupants out on the Krantz received a badly sprained back as a result of the fracas and one of the young girls suf fered a severe sprain in All of the party received bruises and scratches but these two are the only ones who will be inconvenienced for any length of ers of this community as he can for the short time that he has spendIn the Make a bill for UID tions to remain in town an hour 20Q wflg turned in It is aneged Leona Wright returned home from two longer than usual and meet t ls sell Clarion she had been Stow was a visitor at Lona Rock Miss Edna Plambeck has just covered from a siege of chicken Memorial day programs are being Each room in the public school will give a closing day pro gram Wednesday May are Invited to be Miss Olive Dixon was on the list the latter part of the The school teachers all enjoyed a picnic at the river Some of them have not yet recovered at this Uncle Toms Cabin appears hera Tuesday evening under From all reports this must be The Rebekah lodge took in ten new candidates Thursday They are the following Otto Mr Henry John and Henry Ethel Evelyn Jessie Ida Hanson and Archie Last Tuesday evening a miscel laneous shower wag held at the Smith home in honor of Miss Ethel night for a visit with his who expects to soon change Woods Represents All when consideration is given to the the thing that really Frank Woods has been at cost according to gteveno came from voucher which was shown by the de Dodge Wednesday for a visit with tne leopie enaauts The case wltl come up be her September term of Miss Maggie who has 1 I vlslUng left Thursday Chronicle Q for her home in of the Mrg Gesina Brunnenkant ot found strictly in harmony wiui lne named was the first banker came Thursday for a sentiment of his district Gemanla His position was filled visit with the John Ahrens He is valuable man each as he gains a wider familiarity with the work of j Notlce of of I came to visit friends and rela Fred Anderson of Algona u Csme 6V with congressmen w Why Btato Wardle and entertained horses in the middle of the stream There is no demand for a change ex1 cept on the part of professional poli ticians and wouldbe office holders who have not been able to get what i V yV ciiiu 11 ijku District Court in and for Kossuth the gcnool graduates and professor and wife to an English tea To all whom it the may concern dftytpthtPSl Friday to be the Mary The High School play will be given they Woods has shown gand ate said at the Kunz opera house on Friday her and Will Anderson of Seneca visited Saturday at the latters home with her About eighteen in all autoed over to Emmetsburg Wednesday to hear the SchumanHelnck afternoon Bronson was laid at rest in the cemetery after an illness lasting many and Bronson lived here for some time until a year ago they moved to where Bronson is engaged in the dertnking died Friday night from an illnesa caused from the enlargement ot the At the cemetery the Re bekaih lodiges of Algona and Hurt showed many respects to their dfipart ed Bronson leaves be hind to mourn her death a husband and a just blooming into a fine young Miss Frances here fatherhave the sympathy of Burt friends and old Recognizes Matrimonial Gus editor ct the North Kossuth is to be married some time in June to a young lady in his home town and Editor Woh of the Titonka Topic gives himself credit for engineering the deal to a successful If the people in the east part of the county didnt itnow Wolfe as well as they do it be the general belief that he is responsible for everything good had and indifferent that happens east of the railroad and Borth of the Swea City Ye editor and family were at Stil eon Sunday visiting home Mammoth Owned by five miles and onehalf south of will make the season of 1912 at his to insure a colt to stand and Shipler will not be liable for H the mare is sold removed from the bounty the fee becomes due at the time of the tran Farmers It will pay you to raise large This Jack Is a pod one and IB money for v any one who will use Route Notice of probate of State of Kogsuth County DJsfcriOt cowt in an4 for Kossuth Hernia f01Lafe John Dye Is inreceipt of a tel egram from Senator Layfette Young conveying the news that every thin looks bright for the latters election for Young will speak at Bancroft at Burt and Titonka the 25th and possibly at Al gona If the dear Republicans of that towii dont get out a restraining in junction or somethingof that sort to keep him from If there man in Iowa who has the farm ers interest more at heart than Lafe Young if there is a big politician in the state who has stirred up less we have as yet failed to make his acquaintance or hear of A vote for Lafe Young is a vote for Iowa and the best interest of the republican party in regardless of progressveism or City commendable disposition to give Uvas filed in my and was by mighty little consideration to what me the politicians He has seem fixed tlle tlme when ed inclined to believe his job is the game wiu j3efore the something bigger than merely repreUt the September term thereof then senttng the tenth district to be as the duly executed last andlbas gone to the his real U Seal Clerk of the District Attorney for Estate Independent The merry war of words between the Algona the Burt Moni tor and the Titonka Topic continues to occupy considerable valuable space in those and all over the fit ness of Fred Anderson for the office of county treasurer and a trifling bit printing that the Topic and Advance were sore about because of the Monitor landed the This paper has never as yet asked a county official for a job qf and what is never We are under no obligations to any of the officials at the court nor do we want them to be under any to this City for his He has persons interested may appear his commission the rank and file and sllovv cause whythe same should of the republicans of the tenth disnotbe admitted to probate and because he Dated this 6th day that fact and acts upon that realiza tion that the politicians are trying to oust The rank and file of republicans of the tenth Iowa district never before had a congressman who so directly and definitely represented and It Is up to the rank and file to keep Woods in The professional politicians are always on the job and they will leave no Stone unturned to supplant him with a man from whom they hope to bfi able to get what they1 Woods looks to the people an endorsement of his work in The Record is confident that Je will find the people alive to their own interests and that when they have a man who reaUy represents they will not abandon Jewel The Roar lacking the has a good sized toy lion in his show win which has attracted consider able attention during the past The animal stands several feet high and looks like It haa an automatic arrangement which causes it to shake its head and gnash its All that is lacking is the whom it way concern Where Misses Elsie and Bertha Galnow left Wednesday of last week for Bar to attend the weddlne and reception ot a relative which qe curred there the latter part of last They returned home yester The Titonka schools closed Tues day afternoon and on yesterday mornimg the teachers left for their homes to spend the summer The Misses Romans returned to Spiingville and Miss Buell to roaiv Endlong and children were Wesley callers Sunday The career of Senator Kenyon re minds us of the small boy and pipe when blowing Kenyon starts Bomethlnethat looks the biggest and most beautiful thing Newspa public men and other suckers begin Jhls wonderful man His bubbles are brilliant in ajeast for the but low Too Early to Plan a Vacation Not at This is just the time to begin your preparations and your vaca tion period will find you ready to enjoy it to the There is only v one place this summer to spend a real among the Rockies in Colorado If you havejit been to Colorado its certainly time you If you have we you are just longing to go again and there is only one best way to Rock Island Lines Fast lighted trains on convent f schedules parry ypu perfect com ou the 5th day Qf to betfte last will and toehold the flrst cxmtaet experience bursts the bubble and ad was byme not to Iowa Is spejeoheV r gaudy bins the asb example ot anoe ou ope Poultry Union Lock Royal wear Time for fixing up is Your chicken yards need fences must be Perhaps you intend to add largely to youir stock of That means lots of Buy it at our store where the best brands are sold at the lowest Poultry We have a full line of Lees Lice Chick Egg Beef Chick Oyster Look over our line of Kerosene and Gasoline Stoves and lOe and 5c Watch our lOc and 5c We are adding new goods to it every Roynl Blue Granite At present we have just added a lot of Royal Blue granite ware to the counter and it will nay you to look them t JJghtniiig If have not as yet rodded your buildings let us figure with Yours for HANSEN The Quality Hardware May Kunz attended the state demo cratic convention at Burlington as a delegate last Art Corey of Des Moines cams Saturday evening for a visit with relatives and Mr and Fred Amesbury and son Willie of Titonka visited in Wes ley Miss Delia of Algona came Sunday for atiouple of days visit with her Mary Kisch and Will Marnack of West Bend came Satur day evening for a visit with Theodore Schrader and Miss Bertha Ahrens and John Johnson visited George Baileys in Sexton Ihno Gerdes went to Algona Tuesday on The dance given at Kunzs hall on Monday night was attended by a large The music was fur nished by the Sheldon A fine time is John Huber and brother went to to attend the funeral of their Jake of that Gilleu wont to Fayette morning on Miss Lottie Hcldershite and brother Max of Corwith attended the dance Monday Notice of Probate of State of Kossutli District Court tn and for Kossuth County To allwhom it may concern on the llth day of a paper to be the last will and testament of Geerd late of said was filed in my and was open ed by me and publicly read 10th day of ap pointed and fixed as the time the same will come before the at the September term thereof then to be as the duly executed last will and testament of the said at which time all per sons interested may appear and show cause why the same should not bo admitted to Dated this 14th day of Clerk of the District E V Atty for Wade Hampton has returned from Boling andis at his old duties as baggageman Ruth Moore and Mary Schiffer were Algona visitors Miss Hazel AVhitehill was a Ban croft visitor the later part of last the guest of her Miss Bessie Misses Mabel Davison and Carrie Simons were at Algona Every year the Burt Womans Club holds a picnic at the but this year instead of a picnic they autoed over to Emmetsburg Friday after noon and took supper return Ing at a late The Priebe Company one day last week shipped a car load 450 cases of eggs to Miss Merle Armstrong of Bancroft visited one day last week with A Slum on The democratic state is in session at Burlington today and Kossuth county Is represented in a fitting manner by a number of the It is to be hoped that Doc tor who was down there last acting as advance scout and attending the meeting of the State Medical pvoperly marked with red paint the places where the largest schooners could be This saves lots of time and worry for the delegates and leaves their minds free to ponder on the im portant matters of It is idea that should be adopted by the Why Ss it that the deni crats always get ahead of the repisd cans in these reforms and innova Upper Des Moinea Steve Misses Esther Leona f orf the very foot of the CORN IS I have 200 bushels of good ear com for Write or me at Iowa or inquire of Fred Doering and Dorothy Haincott were Algona shoppers Miss Bessie Clement of Bancroft visited last week at the White hill Misses Anna and Grace Melnzer of Dodge visited last week at the Gus Meinzer Mrs Johnson and grand daughter Irene visited relatives In Bancroft the fOre part of the George Ainsleo of Cedar Rap Is visiting with her par and Huntlngton visited at Lone Rock last Brooks and son Ken neth visited with her a and Clemens and ant Miller were Algona visitors ou Friday and JohnHardgrove and children visited 1ast week at Algona at the Mathea Miss Gjadys McWhorter of is visiting with girl friends Hugh McDonald visited a Lone Rock The Rebokah lodge la preparations to go to Swea City Wed jiesday ot thta They will PU on eouie dvlU work YJttW is vecpver aeyeye attyofc 9f John Green of Buffalo Center died ast Friday morning of heart trouble nd old at the nige of 76 was one of the old residents ot orth Interment occurred n the Meyers cemetery in sunday   

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