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Atlantic Cass County Democrat (Newspaper) - August 27, 1903, Atlantic, Iowa Time carb East bound fast passenger a m local a i local p local and mail p i fast passenger i p in West bound local passenger a m local passenger a m fast passenger h 10 a m local and mail p local passenger p n l and 4 Ilo not run of Audubon Branch North am p m p m p m Griswold so Btl a in a m 2 40 p m 5 to p m no sunday train 5 21 time tables these trains connect Wick main line at red j 4l5 these connect with main one at Creston i a j arrive Marks business business Good Des Moines we have several Good propositions for parties wishing to become interested is Busi Ness at various locations in state of on our list we have room ing and m e a t drug Book Barber shoe Etc several general stocks of merchandise running from to Money advanced buyers furnish capital for if you Are looking Fob a business we can satisfy you handle Only firs class legitimate which we should you wish to buy a business or have one to sell Send us de we have a special sys tem of finding Send us your Marks business 404 Good Des in mention this Anheuser Busch Beers Are the purest Best brewed from the choicest malt and imported hops by expert Brewers who have succeeded in perfecting a Beer tout has no equal in the Bay a Case and be convinced Wolf Inger wholesale and retail dealer third and Chestnut buy the Best land Faulk South a is the improved Stock and Grain to per acre unimproved land at Rock Bottom you will save Money by seeing or writing to John Hayes Faulk South Dakota graduate of folks conservatory of piano Leon Marvin piano tuner and tone satisfaction with Seaman general auctioneer gentlemen am located in at lactic and expect to pay All my at Tention to having bad four years experience i am Able to give or no please Call and make dates at the Democrat or at 506 Olive there is no beverage More healthful the right kind of Barley malt and hops food and a Only per cent of enough to Aid but get the right for some Beer is not Schlitz is the pure the clean the filtered and sterilized no Bacilli in but and Schlitz is the aged Beer that never causes Call for the brewery the Beer that made Milwaukee phone Musson Peter 311 Walnut Atlantic three Good schemes these three sensible suggestions in one Short Para graph Are by Farmer of a Well known writer on farm topics i give the farm a have this name neatly loitered on a signboard and placed where it can be seen by the traveler who goes by your then have some letterheads and envelopes printed with the name of your farm and your own name and thus do business on the farm in Businesslike you can get 100 letterheads and 100 Good with name of your your own printed thereon for at the Democrat Odd Fellows sent postpaid for 25 cents local and from tuesdays daily Martin and miss Are Visi ung at Grant Campbell is in Oakland and Carson on business for the Atlantic Mill and miss Frieda Cloeter of Adair is in the City for a visit with her lycia Gillett and Wil Larns witnessed the Ball game Between at lactic and Grissom miss Florence Anderson of Carroll is a guest of her and on West sixth will Phelps and wife Are the proud parents of a baby girl who came to bless their Home last Friday even Earl Barrows of is in the visiting his wife who has been Hare for some and other John Pipher of Griswold was in the City this morning for a Short time on his Way to Des Moines to attend the state Johnson is Home from a visit in he reports a Fine time and says that the Centennial state is the Best what Harry who has been in this City for some visiting his parents and left yesterday for his work at Schindel and wife of Omaha have returned to their Home after a Short visit in this City where they attended the Max Westphalen and de Limpus re turned from visit of about a week at Minnesota they had a Fine time and Are enthusiastic about the Northern Frank fee of has filed application for a permit to sell and keep for intoxicating liquors in accordance with the he states that he is a registered the Germain savings Bank of Davenport is plaintiff in a the Peti Tion in which has just been in which they ask judgment for from and Sarah Bickett on a promissory John Frank and wife left last evening for a visit of about four weeks duration in they will spend some time at Pittsburg and Frank was raised in the Quaker state and this is her first visit for some wheat in the red River Valley this year is going 20 to 40 bushels per acre at 79c per Bushel the Price paid now this years crop will almost pay for the this is a sure crop and the Laud is increasing in value every Why put it off longer go and see this famous Valley prices Range from to per we will guarantee at least 00 per acre rent every year a Safe and sure investment write or Call for our illustrated facts about Black Shuter real estate Atlantic established bargains in Iowa farms and Atlantic City it will be to your interest to see before you buy Reliance does it Over again beats sir Thomas boat in the second heat of the great new August won the second of the series from the Shamrock the time she had to the Good being one minute and Nineteen Ted Brown and Joe Brown were among Thos who attended the state fair from this City Wilson of who has been in the Day for some a guest of George Mosier and returned to her Home Silas Wilson passed through the City this morning on 43 on Kis Way from Colorado to Des Moines where he attend the state Frank Gable and wife of North who have been in the City with John tharnish and left last evening for their Joe Gable of brother of John who has been in the City visiting his sister and returned to his Home last John Osborne and miss of who have been visiting at the Home of Wyckoff and have returned to their the attendance at the state fair from this City and Vicinity has been the South Branch train this morning was loaded to the guards with people bound for Des Moines and 2 from the West took on two coaches Here to accommodate the and of the local salvation army Bai went to Omaha this morning where they at tend a Council of the army they were accompanied by miss who is visiting her parents in this Clark and Lou Camblin has his right hand in a the result of pouring Koine scalding hot Coffee on it when he was employed in the Dilger eating House at the Chautauqua goodspeed is preparing for the erection of a Sale Pavillion at his recely purchased lots on Walnut Street he Days lie has no place to cry a Sale Iii town and is determined to fix Jones has filed petition in the office of the cleric of the District court in which lie asks for judgment from Thomas in the sum of the amount he alleges is due him from defendant on a promissory miss Georgia Cubine of has been chosen by the Board of As principal of the High school for the coming she is an educator of ability and has been serv ing in u similar capacity in the Coffey Ville William Campbell is building a residence in the Western part of the he says that he has grown tired of House Hunting and proposes to have a Vine and he a few other a his word comes from Des Moines that a reputable lecture Bureau has offered father Nugent f800 a week for a thirty weeks lecture or in the those fortunate enough to hear his lectures at the at lactic the very Best of the will rejoice in this splendid recognition of his ability and father Nugent made hosts of friends sunday off the carriers at the Post office Are asking for an Observance of the regulation of the Post office department which permits them to alternate Sun Days there has never been an Observance of this Rule since it was made and they Are asking that it now been they say that the Public will suffer no delay or inconvenience in get Ting their mail on As the earners Are familiar w the each others routes and can wait on the people As fast As they in a recent inter View had by a committee appointed by the carriers association with the Post the latter in discussing this Sanda Yoff matter my will speedily Correct As it requires no so that the car tires May secure their regular sundays the carriers Job is not an easy one and they Are entitled to the sunday off or the Rule would not have been adopted by the warm and so says and Srope bulletin for week ending August the was warm and the records of the Central station showing a daily exc ii of five degrees in tem conditions were All that could be de fired for ripening Early planted but late planted Fields in Many localities were too dry for Best As a whole the crop has made very Good in response to a special re ports have been received As to the prob Able length of time required under nor Mal to place Corn beyond danger of harm by killing ports show an unusually variable condition of the crop As to stage of growth and prospective even in the same districts and adjoining counties marked differences Are in for the whole state about 40 per cent was planted Early and made a fair Start and this portion of the crop on average maybe Safe by september 10th a portion of the later planted possibly 20 per cent of the whole area May be fairly matured by september with favourable weather till october Toth we May reasonably expect to har Vest sound Corn in three fourths of the area planted and not abandoned to the Theora put Frem this area will Range from Light to very with a benign and Frost less period through september and a title the total yield for Tibe May equal crop of the training of has been carried to such an extent that Little now remains to be done be fore the animals will be almost As intelligent As human Gentry famous shows United this season present a Brand new series of trained animal one of which would be considered an important feature for any other exhibition that might be Lucky enough to possess the entire com Pany of animal actors in their astound ing novelties is beyond description and has to be seen to be it is needless to that Gentry Many interesting sur Prises will soon be shown to the Community As their famous shows United will exhibit Here judge Willard at judge Willard of this City is the re of much Praise and Many flattering compliments because of the undress delivered by him at the Lewis reunion of the last wednes Hon Lafe who was present and heard said publicly that it was the Best and most patriotic address he had Ever listened to and the old soldiers speak in the highest terms of the judge was a War demo and proved it in actual he has been a staunch Democrat Evir since the his old comrades know that the Quality of his patriotism is not the death Many people answer Sui hug Riuso the funeral services for the late Patrick Higginson who died at the poor farm on yesterday monday afternoon were held at the Peter and Paul Catholic Church this morning at ten the Mulvahill of Adair deceased was 94 years of age As near As any one he was born in Ireland and came to this county when it was but a Wilder the interment was made in the Atlantic he had been an inmate of the poor farm for five his wife died some years the two Mouths old daughter of George Mangarell an wife died at the Home of her parents South of the City Friday about noon and the funeral services were held at the House Satur Day at one the interment was made in the Atlantic the funeral services for Lewis were held at the Home at the Corner of fifth and Cedar streets in this City at 9 to this the the the Bowen cemetery county for Rev Hill offi Reuia ins were taken to in an dub Ion Southwest the games in the Southwest Lowa league yesterday resulted As follows j 15 red 7 the games in the league today Are red Oak at Clarinda and Creston at comes he e tomorrow and thursday for two games and Restori goes to red will Zuch and Bertha English married a t Home of Hughes j f miss Bertha English and William Zuch were married at the hone of the grooms parents at the Conner of fifth and Cedar streets this tuesday the Hughes the relatives and intimate of the contracting parties were both of the Young people Are Well known the Groom is at present living at Valley Junction where he i employed in the shops of the Kock Island As a and Wae Bride has for a time been employed in the store of Alexander As they will make their Home in Valley the brides Julia English and Mitchell went to Des Moines today and win toe Markeet in that the newly married Young left this afternoon for Timeir new Htwe in Valley to All of the parties the d e m o c i a t extends its Heartiest congratulations and Best real estate Erastus m Brooks and of the Thos l Malone wd4 6 03 lots 9jo b9 Wiota Mary c Van Slyke Ani h to Frank Talbot Wal s 15 03 lot 11 of n2 net and ne4 287734 1100 a a Gaylord and of to r n town Wal 8 22 03 lot 1 se4 sw4 47685 Mary c Landwehr and h to Fred d Kerkmann we 7 31 03 n2 se4 237434 we e Hoffmeister and w to meeting Asso of Des m dist Des m conf of the United evangelical Church we 8 18 03 s25 it of lot of sub div of lot 4 sw4 ne4 2877 34 85 Mary e Mcelfish and h to Manford Taylor we 8 15 03 se4 nw4 347534 2200 Lewis Hood and of to John Bau Ruann we 7 3 03 All part of ne4 se4 33 7534 n of c b q by s right of Way d j Haugeberg and of and we k Carey to l e Bruce we 8 1 03 kits 78 b 30 Atlantic 850 George Arnold and of to w c me Curdy we 5 12 03 lots 56 b 4 1st add to Massena 1500 Ethel Lattig and h to d old its Wal and Aff 8 21 03 s 90 it lot 0 b 9 Anita and Aff As to Ethel Lattig and Ethel Blakesley being same person 875 Ellla Whitney to j f j h Yaggy j l n Day and g f Hill trustees of Des m conf of the evangelical Asso cd 8 15 03 lot 6 b 8 Anita s Franks has Wall fore you All the latest you should designs in Iee him be 41tf Public the undersigned having arranged to go into other will sell at pub Lic auction at his place 3 Miles West Anu on half mile South of Nius at Cluck the following described 9yr old Gray 1 Bay Mare 10 1 Black 5 2 one 5 months and one 4 10 head of of these Are fresh 3 fall Spring 4 Small 50 head of Good farm Etc 1 if in 1 new depart us 1 Ohio Riding 1 Section Iron 1 new Deer Tiu 1 1 lumber 1 Cut Down 1 1 Hay Rak and it Lar articles too numerous to men free lunch at usual Georgij Matt marriage Emmett red Oak Leona 19 17 found the the Organ which was lost by the Blind lady and was thought to have been stolen has been it appears that it was not stolen at All but was simply taken to the express office on sunday and As there was no one there it was left upon the the Organ has been returned to it owner at Des the ladies of the Wiota cemetery association will meet at the cemetery everyone interested should be present at this dont you know its time to look after the Hay crop we have the finest lot of White and red Fedale poles we Ever and its time for you to bring in your for the pole crop moves Unur when it gets so dont wait until the Stock is so badly broken that Yon cant get a we have everything in lumber Green Fly lumber gom Polny

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