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Atlantic Cass County Democrat (Newspaper) - June 18, 1903, Atlantic, Iowa Oass county june 52 Atlantic v Batty out hits galore and Lukea Steinm Docili Koy take to the Fred Jarrott toyed with the boys from Shenandoah yesterday tuesday for nine allowing them but three hits in the besides the Home run by Hunter in the third which brought in the two scores to Shenan Dahs the visitors were simply unable to find while on the other hand the locals pounded Miller out for fifteen singles besides two bag Gers a feature of the game was when Low fined the Betro porous Miller for getting Miller seems to have doubted whether lows decision in regard to a pitched Ball was Correct and made some remark about he is 110 doubt sadder but Wiser at the present had it not been for the error by Alberson yesterday in dropping the Ball and letting Blakely get to Shenandoah would have been shut onto Hunter followed Blakely at Bat and landed squarely on the Ball for four bringing in the two the score score by 1 002000000 2 Don Shenandoah at audio Atlantic is Alberson in Troball 8b Jarrott p Preston 2b Boles c Schuler in Lorenzey if Bircher of a r h to a Al o 4 5 5 5 5 a 5 4 1 1 3 2 2 2 1 1 0 1 8 3 0 2 12 i o o 3 0 3 15 2 2 0 0 0 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 i county clerk Henry Fulton and Harriet Don ii room married at eight Oclock last tuesday evening at the Home of the brides and Don 1005 Poplar occurred the marriage of miss Harriet Don Carlos to county clerk Hill of the congregational Church performing the but a few of tie relatives and intimate friends of the contracting parties were present at the Hank and his Bride need no introduction at the hands of this the Bride is a Crang lady who came to this City a few years ago and since coming has won for herself the esteem of All who know she is immensely popular in musical and social being gifted with a Vii e of rare the Groom is Well known to All who live within the con fines of this City and for two years he served in his present office and was reelected last his genial Good Fellowship has made him a Host of friends Olio will join this paper in wishing him and his Bride All the Hap piness which life has to and mrs Filton will make their haute for the next two months at the House occupied by Temple ind wife at 1210 Locust Street during the absence of Temple from the which they will occupy a on upper Street which is now undergoing the Happy couple were the recipients of Many Beautiful and useful red Oak 15 27 25 3 Shenandoah Hunter r Rucine is Tiley 2b Miller p Hobbs if Townsend c Case in English 8b Blakeney m a r h to a 4 4 3 4 4 4 5 3 3 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 1 5 e 2 8 4 2 9 0 4 0 9 1 1 1 3 0 2 3 24 19 5 struck 12 by Mil passed hit by Home two base Jar Preston attendance Millers Little talk Cost him of Coin of the realm he will probably be i the the Tijam went to Harlan this wednesday morning where they play the team at time Harry Franklin went to Harlan on the same train to catch for the Husian Schuler is slated to pitch for the there will to a meeting of the mag nates of the league next week at which time some changes in the circuit and schedule will come red Oak has a new a former Ames Reese was Here recently but no talk was liar with him in regard to signing so he went on to red red Oak comes Here thursday Foi two games on that Day and Clarinda and Shenandoah play at the latter place on the same Fol lowing is the standing of the clubs to standing of played won lost per it red 10 4 713 6 5 541 5 5500 2 9 18o it is extremely probable that after next the Day on which pres ident Whiteside has called the league to there will be six clubs in the Southwest Iowa base Ball Creston and Osceola being the new Catcher Perry is still out of the game As he has been for some Days on account of the split Finger received at Shenandoah but will be Able to play next bottling w works who has for some Imine been the proprietor of the Atlan tic bottling has sold that Busi Ness to Brandt of Adair who takes Possession the Deal was in the shape of a Brandt giving a 200 acre farm in return for the Reichert will remain in this City for the present until he finds a suitable Brandts family will come from Adair a miniature a Large implement car went off the track at the Rock Island Yards yester Day tuesday the car was on East bound and the train was the length of the car was so great that it would not go onto a Short Cut off and left the rails and toppled Over on the there was consid Erable labor required to right the unruly for Pony with Carriage and harness for or will Trade for Good Anita by a score of so to Anita Anita and red Oak played Ball Here today wednesday and red Oak won hands store by red Oak 25 id 044 04 20 Anita 000000000 0 red Snyder and Milliard Bangham and mor Buckley came up from car son wednesday to assist in the Fuller ton lumber office a few Roy Stacey was in Adair Carey was in git three Center last Mcnicols was Down from Stuart miss Ella Mclntyre of Des Moines is visiting Anita Dodge of Exira visited last week with born to Jerry Karnes and wife june 12th a Townsend shipped four car loads of cattle to Chicago Todhunter is in Des Moines attending a meeting of the childrens Day exercises were held in the Christian Church sunday John Robinson had car loads of cattle on the Chicago Market Mon s Kell of Des Moines was in Anita miss May Hoover of Des Moines visited one Day last week with miss Lou Wagner on her Way to bake iwas up from at lactic last Andrew Wiegand has bought a team of misses Lena and Flora Young Are visiting in Dexter this Nels Knudsen and miss Fannie Cox were Down from Adair King went to Des Moines tuesday to attend a meeting of the City physicians and health officers of Iowa where he will read a Young returned to her Home in Clifton Blakesley went to to visit Gus Earl was in Bray ton Cattell is attending Normal in misses Emily Bailey and Grace Hunter Are attending Normal in Atlan Bruce was Over from Massena on business misses Maude and Zella Lilley of Guthrie Center Are visiting Haver was Down from Atlan t c and spent sunday at Atlantic will play Ball Here on Mon june it will be a hot Jim Young and John Budd have both gone into the hog business on an extensive major general head of the new Gen eral major general head of the new general staff of the United states is a Veteran of tie civil and Spanish wars and of the philippine he commanded cavalry division at by virtue of his new office general Young becomes chief of staff to the president and adviser to the Secretary of his also president of the new War Bankers Alembert of Khotim a Talley association in unquiet sit Pullman the meeting and banquet of the Botna Valley Bankers association at the Pullman hotel last tuesday evening was attended by sixteen of the limn the most of them from this the meeting was called for the purpose of Awakening an interest in the organization and making some arrangements towards perfecting a permanent the proposition to establish a loan company with All the Banks As was not the association has not held a meeting before fur six years and the meeting last evening decided that another meeting will be held on the 25th in this City at which time a permanent organization will be effect the purpose of the association is mostly social in its the Mem Bers meeting at stated intervals for social Intercourse and for the Benefi which will be derived from such con present at the Banque Frank Nichols Atlantic huge Waddell Cumberland masseur b Lewis Simpson Marne Griswold Anita Van Audubon Clarence Massena Anita Over William Bates an old settler Jivis Jerffey expired at his residence on Maple Street this the ranks of the old settlers have again been invaded and this time it i Jens Jergen who has gone to join the silent full of the 85th mile Post having been he succumbed to the corroding touch of time at this afternoon and death he came to this county in 1870 and has lived Here Ever he leaves a wife to whom he was wedded fifty seven years ago the 7th Day of the present and one clans the funeral will be from the Resi Dence sunday afternoon at 2 Oclock and friends of the family Are invited to be Harlan arrivals at the James Wyman of Griswold was at the Atlantic hotel Lindeman of Lewis was registered at the Atlantic Stanton and Carey of Massena were at the Occidental Conway was at the occident Al he came up front Anita on for a Good driving weight about 1150 inquire at this wld72 Atlantic allows Ili Teliin team to defeat of 1 to the Atlantic base Ball team went to Harlan yesterday wednesday and crossed bats with the team which re presents that they returned last there were no brass bands out to Welcome them and their Entrance to the City was a quiet for it the Atlantic base Ball members of the Southwest Iowa All of them professional play allowed the amateurs of Harlan town to hang their scalps to their the score was 9 to the batteries were Preston and Schuler and bunnies and Harry Franklin of this base Ball the red Oak and Atlantic teams Are playing today at the fair Birch pitches for the locals and Reese for the red Oak away at Well Murav evening after illness of three Bates died at his Home at 504 Cedar Street about last wednesday evening after an illness of three seven Mouths of which he was confined to his bed a helpless in he was stricken with slow paralysis on the 20th Day of William Bates was born on the 24th Day of in Manches Wayne and when Twenty one years of age came to Cedar where he engaged in the shoe business with Bis their establishment Bing the first Boot and shoe store Ever operated i in in the business went the Way of so Many of the enter Prises the country during the War and was in on the 10th of Bates was United in marriage to miss Rozelda daughter of Donald Javius of Center who survives he came to Atlantic in 1881 and for a Good Many years was engaged in the insurance pie was of an in genious turn of mind and had invented several articles of he was Well known by the residents of this City and he was a spiritualist in belief and a Democrat in he was an fearless who had opinions and the courage to express his life was so lived that at this time no Man say that he Ever did him during his illness his faithful who is left alone to mourn his has been his constant All through the Long weary watches she has borne up bravely under the Burden which she has the kind assistance of neighbors and friends has lightened the Load and for this assistance she wishes to extend her Heartfelt Bates leaves one brother and one the Alanson Bates of and the Laura Herges Heizier of the remains will be taken this even ing to Center for inter ment beside those of Bates funeral services at the House this afternoon at Tutie Wallace a fort Wayne Sliper has this to say of the Wallace the great Wallace circus Parade this morning was a Brilliant Street this afternoon the circus grounds on Van Buren and Superior i streets Are packed with a Kaleidoscope change of tone and from the Sublime to the Ridick from the colossal closing the Landing of exquisitely portrayed by the ten Del Neads living statuary to the unhappy police patrol finish of Happy through mazes of prancing charming whose skirts were the limit of and the occurrence and reoccurrence of the thirty designated As whose object in life in reality far i from being to attain Eminence and j but to the and cause the even those whose minds Are filled with business to break into a Happy smile and live for the once the Days of their All through two solid hours of happiness and movement and surprises the conviction grew upon the audience that the title the highest class circus in the world was not an empty but one that the Wallace shows by Energy and lavish expenditure of Money a splendid right to to enumerate All the features de serving special mention would we to mention every act in the they were All probably the most noteworthy feature of the circus is Madam Marantette and her famous jumping this horse was imported by the Madam from Ireland and arrived in this country on Patricks hence his the horse has a Boma fide record of Clearing bars seven and on half feet which is the worlds record for jumping in addition to her jumper the Madam presents a very Beautiful exhibition of High school menage which elicited most favourable the menage Riding of Marie and her famous was another exhibition of Fine and when the horses cake walked around the hippodrome track the applause was feature of singular Excel Lence was the work of the Heras Fame seven in florentine acro who did a line of feats that have probably never been the four execute some very difficult tricks on a single closing with a spectacular series of jumping City Council salons meet and disc ass permanent Crossings manure Box part of Alley the met in special Sion last wednesday evening for purpose of taking action in permanent Crossings and for Tom transaction of such other business As would come be fore the meet ii g All members were it was moved by Johnson that the Street commissioner in permanent Crossings in the permanent sidewalk the same to be built of Brick and the City to buy the material under the supervision of the Alley committee and that planks lie used for crossing the motion carried without a dissent ing it was moved by councilman Wood that the Street and Alley committee prices on Brick and buy them where they can be procured Quality this motion also carried without a dissenting councilman Oconnell stated be bad a matter which he was Desiron of bringing up and wanted to know whether the question could legally come up at the it was thought that it could and he was Given tin the matter which he brought up was in regard to the Section of the new ordinance providing for the clean ing up of the alleys and which makes it compulsory for manure to be a Large majority of those who had the boxes have removed them Simce the passage of the Ordi Nance and he the tight that part of it should be repealed and the owners of the boxes allowed to re erect there Seuss to tee a cur rent impression that the old system was better than the that the boxes to hold the Mamie were the Best system and that instead of being forced to pile the manure on their property the residents of the sity be allowed to keep the boxes and be forced to keep them mayor Mewaid stated that be had always been of the opinion that that Section of the ordinance should have been left but that under the new Law he had been forced to notify a great Many of those having boxes to remove there was some discussion in regard to the matter being in order at the meeting but Noth ing further was Walker made a motion to which was but he and coun Cilman Wood voting for councilman Burgess moved that individuals be accorded the same privilege As the City in regard to building Plank walks across Bull attached to the motion the suggestion that it be decided without vote through a Row of and a fancy Wop no discussion on cake walk amidst a Beautiful fireworks the my Tom the four wind direct civics club the civic club will meet at the lome of Hammond on monday june at three this meeting will be the presence of both gentlemen and Adies is a current event or my Little item of is solicited com those who favor us with their free supper will be served rom half past five until such time As will accommodate asks for a lira Wilken has filed petition in suit which she brings against her George asking for i divorce from him on the grounds of drunkenness and she alleges hat defendant spends All of his wages n drink and that at times he is Abu Iive and she states in he petition that they were married in eccentric whirl from the grand presents the most gorgeous and Graceful dancing specially Ever seen in this City which their cos imported direct from were a in the three great mind the audience saw a Trio that performed feats of and skill that seemed and when they closed their act by one jumping from a height of f Jur barrels and a table into the hands of the applause was the Marion sixteen in in a fancy the Stirk family of twelve in the vortex sister in the revolving the splendid bareback and the exciting hippodrome races rounded out program that was excellent in every a noticeable feature around the grounds was the Good order prevalent and the absence of games of Chance or rafters of any Atlantic the Bowling team of the Park composed of Harry Lawrence Walter Day and George went to Adair last evening where they bowled the team at that the game resulted in a score of 2207 to Atlantic was 58 pins behind at the end of the second game of the contest and made a agin of winning by 27 after the contest the Atlantic boys were Banquete by the Adair the boys Are loud in their praises of the treatment of the Adair team and say they never met More gentlemanly opponents nor i re gracious and Moreland voting coun Cilman Wood moved to adjourn and on vote the motion it is probable that that part of the new ordinance which makes it Neces sary to remove the manure boxes will be will build Jones will build a thirty foot addition to store room occupied by Kuhl the store room occupied by Kuhl is to have an addition thirty feet who is the owner of the is doing this for the Kuhl because their present quarters Are too crowded and Are utterly inadequate to their increasing since coming to this City about a year ago the Kuhl by their persistent advertising and up Odate business coupled with fail treatment to All their built up a business which is rapidly increase they have added to their Stock from time to time and now find it necessary to have More they deserve the Success which they Are one insulted a John an itinerant a this afternoon As Nichols and his miss make peace were driving on sixth the horse shied at something in front of the Burnea store and before Long had developed a full fledged Runa the buggy was badly demolish outside of a shaking up neither of the occupants were the horse ran to the Corner of fourth and Chestnut streets and was Vendor of furniture was sought after by the sheriff and other officers yesterday tuesday in formation having been sworn out against him by John who lives in the Southwest part of charging him with having insulted the it went to the House and when Snyder appeared at the he made improper advances towards she ran for a revolver Ard when he had gone and her husband had returned she told him of the the Man was nowhere to be found yesterday and probably will give this town a wide berth in the the Best cough i sell More of chamberlains cough remedy than of All Simar preparations put together and it gives the Best satisfaction of any Medicine i Ever i guarantee every bottle of j this remedy is for Sale by Fried Harris

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