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Atlantic Cass County Democrat (Newspaper) - July 2, 1903, Atlantic, Iowa Oass county july Atlantic defeats red Oak by score of 7 to 6 in a Good game of base Jarrotte sluggers made the Mont Gomery county boys look like easy Money the red Oak grounds yester Day wednesday afternoon when in a Good game of Ball the red Oak team was Defeated by a score of 1 to the batteries were Schuler and Boles for Atlantic and Poison and Millard for red both teams played Good Ball but View errors being the red a r in to a or Mendenhall of 612800 Snyder so 511141 Fielding 3b 510131 Millard c 500523 Barnard 2b 502220 in 4 0 1 12 0 2 by frs if 420101 of 400200 Poison p 411011 Atlantic Troball is Alberson of Troball 3b Boley c Preston 2b Perry in Singleton of Bircher if Schuler p 41 c 7 27 8 a r in to a i 523000 5122 0 0 311230 501900 400003 502601 s 1 1 4 1 1 501410 522001 42 7 is 27 5 5 score by 123456789 Atlantic t bed Oak the other games in the league yesterday resulted As 2 7 two base 1 1 stolen 2 red base on 1 off struck by 7 by passed 2 hit by red Bat Schuler and Boles red Poison and us the next games arson the fourth of red Oak at two games Osceola at two games Clarinda at two Fred Jarrott who was kept out of game on account of illness went Down to red Oak this he played right Field in today Bircher standing of played won lost per 830 1000 321 666 2 1 666 812 888 812 338 red 000 Low rates to via Ruck in Loicl on account of the annual meeting of the National educational Assoc a to be held at Boston july the Rock Island system will sell round trip rates to at one plus from Selling dates june 30 to july Long return if you can return via an other route than that used for the go ing trip by paying a somewhat higher this is the Only Opportunity of go ing East at Small Cost that will occur this Boston is within a few hours by rail or water of the principal Eastern resorts and for that reason tie Strong probability is that thousands will take advantage of the berths should be reserved Asly As possible see nearest Rock Island ticket agent or write to John old settlers picnic the seventh annual meeting of the old settlers association of Cass county will be hold at Crystal Lake near every Effort will be made to make this one of the most interesting meetings of the As the program will be made up entirely of Home Good music will be a Basket picnic dinner will be served at the noon a special train will leave Atlantic for the grounds at and will re turn to Atlantic at Sis Oclock ii time for trains East and the round trip will Cost 35 the program will appear in due let every one arrange to spend the Day with the old to California and july 1 to Rock Island sys to return until at gust summer is the time to visit Cali never hot in Northern part of resorts not crowded As in delightful trip across the ask nearest Rock Island agent for further sent to Alolph is adjudged insane Puiul sent to known Adolph who was Tome time ago arrested in Council and committed to Bernards was arraigned before the Board of in sane commissioners of county yesterday tuesday and upon hearing was adjudged insane and remanded to the Hospital at the world Herald has the following to say of the Case the Young Man arrested and brought Here monday on a charge of was yesterday adjudged insane by the Board of county insanity and was committed to the Clarinda Hospital for Moritz was treated at Bernards Hospital several months having become insane while working at Trade of Butcher in this he was discharged and his malady returned while he was visiting a sister in a few Days the information against him was filed by his a resident of he is much worse now than at any time his and during monday while at Bernards he imagined himself fabulously wealthy and thought he the Power to cure by laying on of he also declared that Pope Leo and Napoleon Bonaparte were at the and while leaving yesterday he spied and unhesitatingly he was emperor William of was a Dame Between court House and Post office results in a to the county charges and the government paupers played a game of base Ball at the fair grounds yester Day wednesday afternoon and after seven innings of playing the game was called on account of the gathering darkness the score being 10 to 10 at the end of the the game was a Good the line up of the two teams was As court catch or third base Fred Pitcher first base de second base Chas right Field Hank Center Field left Field Dell Short Postoff Celeslie Catcher Ross Pitcher first base min second base third base right Field Max Short Stop a left Field Arthur left Field Ross Center Frank the teams will play another game next wednesday office of county recorder shows decided in crease Over last the business of the county recorder for the month of june this year was an increase the same time last year by during the month just passed there were filed 70 fees 35 46 chattel 27 69 miscellaneous in for the the amount for the month of june 1003 was during the Quarter ending on the first of july this year the instruments filed and the fees from the same were 269 139 137 chattel 110 miscellaneous in total As against last year in the same length of entertainment the Musicale at the Church last tuesday evening was attended by a Good Sij sed the num Bers were Well received and each one elicited an the entertain ment was the first one of the series which is to be Given by the ladies clubs of the City and was a fitting commencement to what will undoubtedly to Many pleasant Princess Henry of Pless and Princess Hatzfeld As they appeared at a fancy dress Ball the recent fancy dress Ball Given by Adair was the event of the London Adair had a photographic studio fitted to which the guests were taken to be photographed in their fancy Princess Henry of Pless wore a Long trailing dress of soft White Princess Hatzfeld As Queen Esther wore an Oriental with Gold Andje weled embroideries on yellow her feet were and she wore rings in her Princess Hatzfeld was Hunting toys adopted Tillman goes for George Wake Lelit leaves for Chicago to get body of ills George Wakefield left last wednesday evening for Chicago to make arrangements for bringing the remains of his Back to this City for Wakefield received word yesterday of the sudden death of his brother at Chicago where he has been for a number of he was engaged in buying Stock and made his Headquarters around the Stock the Telegram which told of his death did not Tell of the circumstances but simply stated that Wakefield had died quite deceased was 52 years of he was Well known in this he was a son of i and lived in this City for the funeral services will be held at the congregational Church in this City on sunday in All business shows Well known lady of Bear Grove township passes suffered for David one of the Best known and most highly respected Resi dents of Bear Grove township died at her Home in that locality about six Oclock this the immediate cause of her death being ure inic convulsions brought on by a kidney com plaint of Long deceased was around As usual yesterday and complained of nothing save a headache and this morning she died she was about 45 years and leaves a husband and three All of whom live in this the funeral services will be held in the congregational Church in Bear Grove township at two Oclock Tomor Row Friday Lewis the misses Titus of Massena visited Over sunday with friends at this Davis went to Des Moines monday to attend the state Bowman has sold his property to Alex miss Alice Disbrow and Perry went to Idaho monday to spend the summer with their father who is looking after his mining inter ests at that miss Laura Woodward and Alma Duphorne returned Satin Day from a visit with relatives at Stowe and daughter came Down from Atlantic saturday for a Short visit with relatives Southeast of miss Jennie who has been teaching the past year in the Public schools at returned Home sat urday for a visit with her and John Porter and children went to Hancock Friday for a few Days visit with her two games of Ball were played at the Lake the first was Between Lewis and Washington Cen resulting in a score of 23 to 9 in favor of the Home the second game was Lewis eat hollow in which the team again came out the score standing 3 to 1 in favor of the the Lewis boys feel quite jubilant Over their Ball playing this Spring As they have been successful nearly every game they have Frank Booth is Down from at lactic this week listing with her Par and miss Gertrude Bailey returned Home saturday from an extended stay in miss Grace sheets attended the convention at Shelby last week As a Delegate from the society at Bear misses Mary and Minnie Hopley entertained a number of their friends at the ranch North of town monday even Davis and grand Daugh visited with friends in Anita the fore part of the Gertrude Booth Selby of Kan Sas City visited with relatives Here there will be a dance at the opera House saturday evening under the management of de Meredith and Grants loyalty to colonel James Matlock Scovel of new Jersey contributes to the july National Magazine of a Brilliant paper entitled sidelights on colonel who enjoyed close up Esponal relations with president Lincoln during the civil War says that Lincoln was seriously afraid Grant would allow his name to be used in the Republican National convention of Lincoln sent Scovel to learn Grants Scovel saw Gen eral Hillyer of Grants Hillyer said you can go and Tell the president that there is no Power on this Earth that could drag Ulysses Grants name into this presidential Mcclellan career was a lesson to the latter tried to capture Richmond with Washington As his Grant is As Wise As he is Loyal to Lincoln talking of this very Anent the expected action of his Missouri friends in the coming con general Grant said i could not entertain for an instant any com petition with our great and Good presi Dent for the i owe him too and its not my i regard Abraham Lincoln As one of the worlds greatest he is unquestionably the biggest Man i Ever i Admire his As i respect his patience and his his gentleness of character does not conflict with that Noble courage with which he changes his convictions when he is convinced that he is while stating a complicated Case to his grasp of the main question is wonderfully and he at once comprehends the whole subject better than the per son states colonel Scovel took this message to whose comment was you have lifted a heavy Load from my 1 was a Little afraid of because i know the men who want to get behind the great Are All human i would rather be beaten by him than by any living Man and when the presidential grub gets inside a Man it hides that basilisk sometimes Lincoln still pacing the told How general Mcclernand of Illi Nois tried to leap into Grants place before when he Laid his presidential veto on the Intro Grants and strengthened Grants hands till Vicksburg was Lincoln said i met Grant March and As i handed him his commission i said As the country herein trusts so under god it will sustain will spread the new proprietor of the Atlantic bottling works has leased for a period of one year the whole of the building where he at present his business has such proportions that lie finds it necessary to secure More his will remove Here from Adimir ii Short time and occupy the up it airs rooms of the he is Low employing eight men and is run Ling night and Day to keep up with is Brandt is a Hustler ill a Good fellow am deserves the siness he is Atlantic All the defeats Clu Riidu a of g to 0 Gaine 11 Good Atlantic taught the boys from Page county a few pointers about the National game at the Fairgrounds yester Day tuesday afternoon and try As they wot fld the Clarinda aggregation could not succeed in breaking the Large round Goose egg which they Drew As Thek share of the Fred Piarrott was in the Box Tor the locals and pitched a winning game from Start to Fin the Clarinda was equally As but showed a tendency to let Down in the last part of the game when Atlantic commenced j to find the game was As Good an exhibition As one would care to see and the crowd which was in attend though Small was the score at a r in to a e Troball is 4 1 1 4 i 1 Alberson r 40 0000 Jarrott p 4 i 0010 Troball 3t 41 0220 Boles c 41 0820 Perry in 3 0 1800 Preston 2b 4 0 1 0 3 u Singleton of 30 1801 Schuler if 8 1 1211 the markets opening and closing cotia cled daily by Montague 76v4 july sept Corn May july Oats May sept pork sept 34 39 15 co 15 80 totals Clarinda Johnson is far Bough Mcmillan of Glazier c Strickler 8b Wilkinson in Funk 2b Clark if Bridges p 6 27 11 a r h to a or 4008 1 1 4001 0 4000 0 4008 1 4001 3 4028 2 4011 2 3001 2 3001 2 0 3 24 13 3 struck 8 by Brid base on 0 hit by two base three base stolen passed score by 123456789 Clarinda 00000000 0 Atlantic 00000402 6 the other games yesterday resulted red 0 the games today Are Atlantic at red Creston at Shenandoah at the teams play at the same Jarrott did not accompany the team to red Oak this the attendance at the games in this City is still very poor and no efforts of the management or players seems to awaken the the team is at a heavy expense and deserve the attend Ance of More of the Atlantic fans than they the fourth of july games will be Good ones and should draw Good Atlantic has one of the Best teams in the league and should support it our store keeper who went to Omaha to undergo an opera has sufficiently recovered so that he was Able to come Home John Stouer and Wilson returned Home from their visit to Missouri Cornell was taken suddenly ill at her Home she is under the doctors care at this Glen and Pearl Wilson and Delia Jansen hive returned Home from at lactic where they have been attending Glen gentle and Hans Clausen have each purchased a rubber tired Gussie Wilson is visiting her sister in Avoca at this Henry Wilson who has been living at Valley Junction the past has moved his family into his residence in Ida Hassell is in Aud Buou sewing for Van sunday school was organized in Lorah last it will commence at the following sundays of this Many of the Young people of this Vicinity enjoyed a social dance at the Home of Collatz last Friday even is mrs Blake enjoyed a visit from her and who live South of this John gentle of Lewis visited her last Glen and Pearl Wilson Are visiting their near address of the address at the Park last even ing by the prohibition was not As Well attended As it doubtless would have been had the Clouds looked less but a fair shall audience assembled nevertheless Ami those who heard him speak say that his lecture was very he Speiks again this evening in the there will be music for the Chicago Stock steady to Strong mixed and butchers to Good heavy to rough heavy to Light to bulk to pigs 75 to slow Beeves to 50 cows to feeders to slow ewes to lambs to South Omaha Strong mixed and butchers to others to slow Beeves to cows to feeders to City Market july Butcher produce chickens Spring ducks old climate and crop bulletin says temperature has been favourable for crops of All climate and crop bulletin for the week ending june 29 has the Fol lowing to say of crop Condit ions throughout the state though the average temperature was below the past week was favourable for Field work and advancement of the conditions have been especially favourable for Oats and and except in limited areas these crops Are doing the cultivation of Corn has been continued vigorously with but Little interruption from excessive moisture in the larger part of the and All reports Indi Cate that the crop As a whole has made fair the acreage of including the late planted area is much greater than was deemed pos sible a month though materially less than last notably Good Progress has been made in cultivating the Early planted and in size and general condition this portion of the crop is nearly up to the ten year average in this Clover cutting has been general Dur ing the with heavy and the Hay Harvest is Likely to crowd the possibly to the detriment of the late planted which will need thorough cultivation to bring Good the general condition of the Apple crop is fairly the yield of strawberries has been very and other Small fruits Are potatoes and Garden truck Are doing via Kock Island extraordinarily Low rates to Colorado Springs and Pueblo will be in effect dining the first ten Days of the roundtrip rate from at lactic is Only and tickets will be Good to return until August this rate is made on account of the annual meeting of the society of Christian Endeavor but it is open to the Rock Island has issued a special folder giving full information about the Christian Endeavor a copy will be furnished on application to any Kock Island ticket agent or by addressing John George Harrison Anil wife have re turned to this City from red Oak and will make their Home Here in the fut George has resigned his position there and will go to work in the upper restaurant of Curry

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