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Atlantic Cass County Democrat (Newspaper) - April 16, 1903, Atlantic, Iowa M county Massena infant and wife dead Pune Rul at april funeral of Mattie Wagoner who died at was held in this City yesterday Wagoner was a daughter of Smith and was born at she leaves two Brothers Allen and Eli in this and in she was Well known in Cass county and the Vicinity of Mas the infant child of and Wilson was buried last saturday the Little one was taken sick Over a week ago and died within a Short the funeral serviced were held from the Home at 2 Oclock Bert Sturdivan is walking on crutches from the effects of stepping on a Frank Whitney of Cumberland has purchased the Brown Stock of goods and is now located ready for the prospects for a successful year were never better than they Are in this the seeding has commenced in this Vicinity at Are about sown and other seeding goes merrily the City Council met last wednes Day evening and swore in the officers elected at the City George Arnold is repairing the prop erty which he recently purchased of Massena Lodge 489 i will hold anniversary services at the town Hall on the 26th of this Stokesbury of Cumberland will deliver the Shields and family have re moved to Wiota where Shields has embarked in the meat items of interest clipped from our Marne and and Walker returned from Walnut monday Manley Dunham and wife went East monday Tilton who has been sick for a couple of years went to a Hospital in Omaha Rasmus the Elkhorn implement was in Marne Alex Hyndman of Atlantic was vis iting Bert Hupp monday of is Here on business to his farm North of Pearl Meredith and wife spent Sun Day with and mrs Earl reason at left for Des monies tuesday and j Potter Are vis iting relatives in the township trustees met monday afternoon to review the assessors Ringle is the name of the firm that replaces Baird Baird in the Grain business at the West Dan Murphy returned from Chicago Johnson of Cedar Falls is visiting relatives and old friends North of the will hold a so Cial at Nagels Hall april sympathy of the whole Community in their Johnson is in he shipped three cars of cattle Joe Kaiser is reported As ill with Yonng has been on the sick list this she is Bruce returned to Atlantic Friday Dougherty is putting in a line of the troubadours grand concert will be in Anita tuesday april this is the event of the season and will be areal treat in the musical this company comes highly re commended and they deserve a Good Carey returned from mis Souri sunday Worthing was Down from at lactic last miss Bertha Wiegand went to Wiota sunday for a Short miss Lillian Kincaid of Walnut visited with Gate goodpasture returned to Battle the Anita concert band has a Fine new Nickel plated baritone they have commenced practice for the sea son and expect to have a Good band 10 and Chapin of at lactic attended the funeral of miss Zaela Briggs Ralph Boquing of Lincoln township broke his leg in a seeder last Thomas of Fonda is the City visiting her Henry Rofe is visiting her Daugh Sherrier in Cocharan and family of Valley Junction has moved to Dilts and family move to this Bert Boatright of Stuart was in Anita the Little son born to Vierling and wife monday died and was buried the first number of the Atlantic Daliy Democrat 1 arrived at the Bureau office this week under Date of april and it was no april fool joke but an Little Sheet that will be both a credit and a Benefit to the City of at mistakes beginners should avoids to use Light balls at Rasmussen and children spent last week in Atlantic at the Home of her Worthing and Wagner is in Berry will resign his position 1st to accept a position in Marne fruit Dasher and miss Mattie gave a pleasant sur prise party for Dasher last the affair was a very Happy school did not open in number 7 on the first monday in april on account of the serious illness of the miss Helga Bournes Sale was quite Suc the hogs and other Stock sell ing very a Large crowd was John Barnholt and Oliver Soper Are hauling Hay from Millers Holmes was a visitor in the Valley a Good Many people Are seeding at present in this de she Urmaker made an unsuccessful attempt at breaking stalks Friday but found his efforts to be in Bells Windmill blew Over in the High wind the Gale was Zaela Briggs Crooks and Sci Elmley conduct the Anita the funeral by miss Zaela Briggs held at her Home saturday after noon at 2 30 and was largely Crooks of her assisted by Schwimley of Anita conducted the Young ladies of the Epworth league and Christian Endeavor societies acted As pall bearers dressed in her class mates us to accompanied the the Christian Endeavor society and the r s in arched to the the Flowers were the most Beautiful Ever furnished at any funeral Iff Anita so Many of her friends remembered her with such Beautiful Zaela lived in Anita Twenty years and was a graduate of the Anita she attended College in and taught several successful terms of school near she will be missed from the urday school and the society which she always took an Active or and Briggs have the items of interest from our neighbouring Simpson and went to Lincoln returning sunday John Ringle went to Atlantic thurs Day Brown and wife returned from their visit Bessie Knudsen and Harmon Pini Ivey were Atlantic visitors Anderson Berry was in Marne on business the misses Kelly of who teach school East of Here went Home Friday the Ster Optican and lecture by Captain Follett of Atlantic was held at the Church Friday Clark was a Walnut visitor sat Claus Krain Beck and Wallace went to Atlantic Potter and wife returned from their visit in Atlantic saturday even Harry after a two weeks illness to his duties monday Wink Simpson spent sunday with his parents Warney Woods of Council Bluffs spent sunday with friends of this Kernien went to Walnut on Busi Ness Wils Mathias went to Atlantic on business Ira Bird went East Fred Hansen went to Chicago with two cars of cattle Jesse Mccullough came Home from Omaha saturday eve to help his folks on the farm this Art Young went to Alan tic has buggy Bunch is mourning the loss of a buggy from his Yard at 614 Chestnut last monday the buggy was standing in its accustomed place before supper last evening and this morning when Bunch looked for it it was he has reported the matter to the sheriffs office and if it is possible to locate the vehicle Sher Iff Marshall and Deputy Duval will do plans for the visit of the editors of southwestern Iowa to Glenwood on april Are about comple the morning session opens at 10 Oclock at the at which citizens will Call and take the Brethren to their Homes afr the noon at they meet at the institution where the session is con following this comes the ban Quet at 0 which is provided for by the this followed by an entertainment furnished by the institution then comes the lecture by Perkins of the Sioux City Jour and no editor in this part of the state should miss every citizen of Glenwood will make a splendid Effort to show the visitors a Good wednesday evening at the Home of the brides and mrs John Twining in this occurred the marriage of their to Oren son of and who reside South of promptly at eight Oclock the Young folks took their position under the decorations on the West Side of the parlor and in a few Well chosen words a Stover in the presence of about fifty relatives and near friends pronounced them Man and the Bride is the next to the Young est daughter of and twin ing and has resided in this Vicinity the greater portion of her life and a 3 Many warm friends and is Well liked by the Groom has been a Resi Dent of this Section but a few years but during that time he has made Many friends and is known As a hard working progressive Young after congratulations the guests were seated in the dining room where a feast was waiting for it was a feast and it is Only needed to men Tion the fact that it was prepared by the brides Mother to make it known that none better Are Ever prepared for an occasion like the Young folks will not go to housekeeping for the present but will make their Home with the grooms the gleaner joins in wish ing them a Long and prosperous develop a Correct to bowl with one can become in the great indoor by Samuel Secretary of the american Bowling con there is no better sport for the in door sporting season than for centuries men have wrought phys ical Benefit from it and at the same time have had a Good share of there Are Good and bad in but it is just As easy to be a Good Bowler As it is to be a bad All that la who was five years was often asked to run errands for her she went very willingly if an uld pronounce the name of the in which was but she the laughter which greeted her attempts to pronounce certain vinegar was one of the hard est for she never would go for it if she could help but one morning her Mother found it necessary to Send on entering the store she handed the Jug to the clerk and said smell the Jug and give me a they were at and the Young Man with the voracious appetite Dis coursed eloquently on things in Gen do you miss he re i believe that we grow like the eatables we Are most fond the fair girl smiled How interesting she May i pass you the Jones i am sure you will like oils an enl to you Are the Light of my sighed the edging a trifle close on the hand carved ice you Only say that because Yoi know i drink so much train she it resulted in a he dont stand on conic said a lady to an old Farmer who had called to see her my gracious excuse exclaimed the jumping hastily i thought i was Only standing on the crop for week ending april Des respect to temperature and growth of vegetation the Spring is earlier than at the Central station there has been an average daily excess of six degrees in the Teipe rapture since March and conditions have been about the same throughout the the rainfall has been generally below Normal Bat the great excess of moisture in the soil prevented Field work in and a considerable area of Low and untrained land is still too wet for blowing or seed on rolling and Well drained land seeding operations were begun about the 1st of and the work is now Well the reports indicate a decreased acreage of Spring wheat and a larger area of Oats and Barley than last blowing for com is in pro and if conditions Are favourable the acreage of that crop will be grass has made an unusually Early and Stock will soon be on Pas fruit buds appear to be in fair Stock wintered and the Spring pig crop is the above report is furnished by Iowa Section of the climate and crop service weather of men Foah a a Uii nature land slide in a Cut three fourths of a mile West of Marne Satur Day evening caused some Little delay to the cause of the trouble being the heavy Rains in that Vicinity which washed the dirt onto the track to the depth of about a the slide was removed in a Short time and the track ready for Stevenson and daughter Are visiting relatives friends in Shena Doali fora couple timbers of Oak keep the old Homestead standing through the it pays to use the right men of Oak Are men in rugged men whose bodies Are made of the sound est childhood is the time to Lay the foundation for a sturdy Constitution that will last for years Scotts emulsion is the right Scotts emulsion stimulates the growing Powers of children helps them build a firm foundation for a sturdy constr Send for free Scott 4o9415 Pearl new and All Samuel the noted Bowling a required of a player is to understand that the brain counts a Good Deal in rolling the if one does not intend to use his brains at the he might As Well not spend his time at the mind must be entirely absorbed in the rolling of the and sight of the ten pins at the foot of the Alley should not be but there is the handling of the that is just As a mans Bize makes no there Are All sizes of balls to fit one mistake of a beginner might be Here pointed he takes to a big believing that its execution is As a matter of it but not for the new a Small no matter if it is Only an eight will teach How to reach the pins better than a bigger for a beginner i would advise that he take the Ball Best adapted to his Bize and begin by rolling it Clown the Middle of the Alley without taking any run when his hand and Arm become steady by this sort of prac then by degrees he can Edge to the bide of the learning All the time the Art of his delivery will be slow at but Speed is a later let time take its and it will bring out All the Bowling qualities in a it is not Well for a Novice to Roll a couple of hours practice each Day will prove More beneficial than a longer be he is not so Apt to become mus Cle instead the Muscles will be come there Are As Many opinions on the subject How to bowl As there Are pains of Sand on the All of Volch Are worthy of any one can learn to in lifting the Ball from the runway dont grab it with both one land is plenty Strong enough to handle turn the Ball Over until the Hole n it Are facing insert the Huib and second Finger and lift it from its letting the Arm hang naturally by the then walk to he position you desire behind the foul stand face the pins and let the weight of the Ball rest in your left Start in the Center of the Alley and throw a straight Ball Down the two Steps and a begin ning and ending with the left Are the keep up the Center Ball until you Are accustomed to the swing and getting the Ball there is a certain Knack to but once a Man learns it the rest is the object is to get a Bead on the pins and Endeavor to place the Ball right there with All your after the Novice has mastered the de livery he can Branch out in other direct he can take up the Cross Ball from the right baud which is considered the most his first lessons have Given him a Mastery Over and it is not Long before he can throw a perfectly straight Ball into then if he finds that the erect or upright position does not suit him he can try the stooping but the upright Start is the most advisable to begin didst fare was it a Farewell tour asked the close i should say responded the heavy who had been greeted with overripe i never fared worse in my Legal original in the District court of the slat1 Ottowa and or Cess april term Wilson Prall is William Erb nil Cordelia his Wile Matilda Randolph Priscilla Randolph Ami John her husband Dickerson orb and his wife Maggie Watts and Polly hippie and Joseph her husband Jacob widow of Jacob defendants ceased the unknown heirs Peter deceased and the unknown heirs of the children and grand children of Peter deceased ants of lots one and two in Block i Eileen Iti Dickerson and addition to the town of Atlantic i in the county of Cass and the state of Iowa j to the at Iove named defendants and each of you Are hereby notified that there la now on file in the office of the clerk of the District court of the state of Iowa in and for Cass the petition of the plaintiff in which he states that he is the owner in fee simple of the following described real estate to lots one and in fifteen in Dickerson and Keyes and d Tion to the town of Atlantic in the county of Cass and the state of that he and his Gran tors have been in the uninterrupted and Adverse Possession of said real estate for More than Twenty consecutive years last pest under color of title and claim of right that he has diligent search for Allun known claimants to said Nai and that he is unable to learn the Resi Dences or names of Slid unknown defendant heirs of said Peter i the heirs o the children Aud grand children of Sid Peter Erb unknown claimants to said real that whatever interest Sair unknown claimants Lave or can have in or to said real herein they deprive the Saim through and under said Peter Kwh ashis heirs or heirs of his children or grand children that re Peter orb life March intestate thai the Nefeli Imants and each of them claim some interest right Lien or title to said real estate Adverse t the Lite and estate of the Tiu but whatever Clam right in lieu or title to did real is said defendants or any of them Mav have Adverse to the estate of plaintiff therein is barred by the of limitations and he prays that the title of said real estate be quieted in thai defendants and each of them he forever barred and stopped from having or claiming any estate or interest in said Adverse to is estate now unless you appear thereto and Deictic before noon of the Sec cd Day of the april term my of the District of the state of Iowa in and for Cass which will com Mence on Clay of april a Lilos at the court House in the City of in the county state of a default will be entered against you decree rendered thereon prayed Willard attorneys for Wilile lord Charles Beresford was id new York he told of one of his tenants conducted a Small undertakers establishment in one Day be met her and asked How the business was getting me lord she now have the Luckiest Little Hearse you Ever glory be to it was never a Day Idle since i got York an expensive now that you have at last killed a i will prepare it dear let the Cook do it just the Rabbit has Cost me Al most As original in the District court of the state and Tor Cass april w to you Are hereby notified flirt there is now of file the petition of the plaintiff and an Amend ment thereto in the above entitled cause in the office of the clerk of the District court of the state of in and for Cass claiming of you a divorce on the grounds of cruel and in human and also that she be restored to All the rights Tofau unmarried person Aud also asking that a writ of attachment Issue against a certain House and lot in the town of Aud for such other and further Relief As the court May deem just and for further particulars see petition which is now on file As above and that unless you Appe thereto Aud defend before Yoou of the second Dav of the next being the april term of the said which will commence at of the Day of a default will be eat red against you and judgment and decree rendered thereon As provided by dated the j6th Day of John 40 41 attorney for the Purl Madrid Auto Dudley the will enter the Paris Madrid race and drive a forty horsepower Stein a car of Amer ican Marks is Well known through his connection with the Cycle in which he managed Linton and other riders from across the he will be the sole foreigner in the big race driving an american Sutton great the playing of Button was the Sensa Tion of tie Groat International billiard match held recently in Button never showed such brilliancy on this bide of the the Bee hives specials Friday the 17ih 2 bushels Choice potatoes 2 cans of table peaches 12 bars of Good laundry soap our heavy 12ic towering All Standard prints All Loc and per sofa Cushion tops at less than a selection of the prettiest and newest a handsome 9x12 Art Square Shetland per now is the time to All Loc lawns All the heavy 25c per ladies handsome lace collars Worth for63c saturday the 25 extra Fine prunes a Large pail of Jelly Best Castor machine per our 25c per a Good 25c to 30c Broom 35c per for our 50c Fine 3 pounds a new invoice of the celebrated Korosis under the Best made and Best fitting skirt on All 6c and 7c unbleached per our 65c table per mens Good per 5c Good weight White value per a Nice line of Challies a Good Quality of Rice bring in your lard and Bacon and receive the very highest Market you can buy in Trade for the same extremely Low Price As you can for spot it is to your interest to Trade at 38c

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