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Titonka Topic (Newspaper) - November 7, 1912, Titonka, Iowa TITONKA THE Tltt VOM4 KOSSUTH 36 Wins The Elects Dunn For State won By Entire Republican County Ticket County Official Vote Hutchins Roe Norton Palmer Anderson 2441 IKunz 1693 Stephenson 2080 ISrunson 2692 Leslie l463 Henderson VanNess 2548 lalbraith Dorweiler Taft Wilson l79 Roosevelt Dunn Stevens 146 For Clerk District For County lor County rank For County For County 0 For County For Third Oesternetcher 94 Township For Justice ofthe Ernest Hansen For For Townsliip Schiitjer Hansen For Township Gallels For Lamoreux John Bleich Miss Jennie Magnussen of Algona closed her school in Blvldge dis trict Friday and will teach near Al jona this RAMSEY There was an old tolme taffy pull ing1 at the home of John Daaners jast Saturday A time and a fine time was reported by all those who Those present were and Tom jiarley Lester and wife of and Lester and Misses Gertie and Tena and Dick Beenken Johnny Don Bishop of Ger Joe Misses Mary and Nettle Games were played and social Intercourse enjoyei by all Music was rendered by John Lester and The next in order will be a oap bubble Mr and John Banner drove 6Bancroft and took the train for Burt to meet her Mil ford and Boland of who are here on a short Shirley of Swca County Superintendent Silver that Wears Those who seek perfec tion in silverware tn k variably choose spoons and fancy serv ing pieces stamped with the renowned trade mark 1847 ROGERS In quality and beauty of this well known silver is unsur Its remark able durability has won it the popular title Silver Tlate Soldty leading Send for showinz all WUn BncccMorto GERMAN Andrew and Herman Harrenga and sister Etta left last Wednesday to attend the funeral of their Perry at re turning home Beenkens of Germania are visiting friends at Smith made a brief visit to Titonka one day last and Harm Harrenga vis ited their at Ger mania last and Buss were pleas ant visitors at the John Pannkuk 250 ENVELOPES LIKE THIS Return in Ten Days to JOHN BOEKBLMAN Rural Route 1 For One Dollar at the Topic home last Top Notcher for n Vote ter in the Van for County Wins Easily Over Galliraith Through out the Rood Philpot 1365 Official Returns of For electors Progressive Roosevelts plurality For Clarke Dunn Stevens For lieutenant iHarding Bemis For Secretary of Allen Murtaugh SMorey For Auditor of For Treasurer of Brown Official Vote in Democrat Progressive For Clarke Dunn For For SIiMey Has Small Loud Over Miss Dorweiler for Superintendent of at Last For 44 29 48 For Kunz For Clerk of District i Wooster For Brunson Leslie For County 53 J For County 11 Latest news obtainable shows that Woodrow Wil son of New Jersey wins easily for the The landslide that was expected in Kossuth county failed to materialize for and the demo crat andthe results are that probably every democrat county can didatehas been snowed undisr with an avalanche of republican and bull moose All reports received up to noon of Wednesday are unofficial and labsr news may change the re sults on county and state The fight on the county ticket was be Laldley of Bancroft and Frank Henderson of Algona for county Up to 11 yesterday thia chances were that Laidley would win by a small ma The hardest fight on the county ticket was put up between Stephenson and candidates for county At last the vote was nip and tuck with chances in faivor of Before going to press the Topic will revise the head lines and give the WALLACE Physician and Surgeon Iowa Special attention given to Womea me last Office at Misses Ada and Minnie Pannkuk romptly answered day or night were pleasant callers at the JonniVJ Harrenga home last Miss Annie Harrenga returned lome last Saturday after a weeks visit with her George and John Wirtjes were visitors at the Henry Wirtjes home McDpugle and son at tended the funeral of Ary Ney meyer at last JOHNSTON DlMltlSl County Recorder an Ness latest from both of these con tests It can be 54 Galbralth por Superintendent of For Attorney 3osson For Shirley Dorweiler For County B9 Oesterreicher Late News Confirms First Report 68 That Woodrow AVHson of New 411 Jersey is George Patterson will erect a clay S hen house on his Portland farm He intends to farm the coming year and is doing some Oaynor Craig OConnor 591 Goes for the Big Bull Mooser by From to Illinois and Three Big for the Big Bull Tuesday to have his Bizra of Indiana for a He husk corn for Fred of Bancroft and a lady friend were at the Mann sale A number of ladles from Burt vis ited Frank Mann the 30th Some from this vicinity were present alBMrs J P Stow and little daugh ters spent Wednesday at the T Kuchenreuther sawed wood for Phelps Tne bridge just north of Dices has been repaired to some ex tent It was a much needed improve ment Slott bought a fine team at some way her sleeve got caught in the which is run by a gasoline giving her arm a good but she thoughtfully reached with the other hand and held the belt wheel until Leek came to her Little Hallle Siers was on the sick list the last of the and Wyott Stott were visitors at Wesley Walter Smith and family were guests at the Leek home Floyd Ross Ringsdorf and Albert Leek were Algona visitors Saturday Dell Fitch has sold his auto to lenry Deickman of He will erhaps purchase a new one in the Stone and wife and Miss Helen took Stow and family to Whitbemore Sunday for a few days isit at the Jay Graham Frank Manns auto was sold to Willla Hanna at the sale last and Hanna now has a team for For second hand sur good as and one second hand See of the Titonka Motor If you can use an 18 months old Duroc Jersey boar call at the Wesley Creamery and I will show you the one I have for A mighty good pig and a Weight about Can be register For the news of the county read tue Surveyor Paine and party of en gineers were here Tuesday on offi cial If you are in need of any furni ture for your see Otto in Lillie WELL Wells a Sat isfaction Address or phone me at Cement Cement Walks and KI3NKY M15V llcnl Estate and Insurance Office First Door North of HAGGARD Real Estate Loans 218220 First National Bank It is now President Woodrow Wil The verdict of people is for a democratic Front unofficial returns received at Algona Tuesday Stephensou for clerk is undoubtedly elected owr by a small And Taft ran Unofficial returns show that every epublican on the county ticket Is Brunson walked away with every hing Oesterreicher slid In for supervisor f the third district without a strug HARRINGTON K DICKINSON Attorneys nt Law 212214 First National Bank 280 purchased three Horses Lilly Jennings spent the past forbidden to on my premises and thos0 doing so will be prosecuted to the full extent of tlie law for tres County With Plenty of Votes tp Majority of 800 to000 day in Burt companied her friend Its Nip Tucjc Between son and for Oierk of fcmKUey for Kworacr Few Votes at great pur The Walter Smith family PoJitics in Phelps that Will Peters purchased a flne Shet land pony at the Mann Viva Mann and Esther Smith will each teach the same schools this Word received from and Mrs Milton Allen of states that they have sent in their papers to prove up on their 180 acre Lee McWhorter and family Sun yefl at the Ellis MoWhorter home Gotlieb Leek was unfortunat enough Sunday to tear his hand bad ly on a rusty It will make nice pet In corn huslcing Trainer and son Holl spent Saturday night at the Phelps home and drove over on 0un day and brought them Paine and two lady friends were Sunday callers Phelps Jim OUmnB family have re turned to these parts after a year spent In They unloaded their car at Burt aud will occupy the Hug farm in Plum Creek A great amount of fall plowing HASTINGS Attorney at Law 208 First National Bank Building All LEE Justice of tlie Business Intrusted to My Caro Will Be Given Prompt Attention Iowa Duvoc Jersey Boavsfor Lnrnovevix Roosevelt carries Kossuth by 500 German township is also progres sive by a vote of 17 to Roose velt carried the township easily by a two to one For Forty head of Poland China boar some very fancy ones that will make good herd Range in weight from 150 to 300 pounds also a few nice Chester White male pigs Also some very choice Shorthorn hulls and some Scotch of serviceable If you are in need of such stock call at the farm onehalf mile north of Powelson Notice to the All persons are hereby notified and unfinished ate getting anxious to see tue It is ft good yield and AH hunters are notified to govern tUewselvea a fine quality this vrlU it Te4Ay or Wilson ejitMre to Rprae of our of fice ackers are feeling fldgity and Boars top Full WoaOed Poland China boars for are neayy and just what tfeftjarwr wants to increase tlie size pt Ills Come
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