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Atlantic Cass County Democrat (Newspaper) - March 5, 1903, Atlantic, Iowa
German Fine weather in this Vicinity after the storm of u few clays moving is a thing of the past Al though quite a Little of it has been John Claussen purchased a Spring Wagon at the John John Sale was Well there was nothing Given away except one horse which sold for Martin Kloppenburg got we Are glad to hear that miss Emma Euken is up and around Gerhard Sandhorst and Bernard Behrends Are husking Karstens did a Little horse trading last Fritz Proehl spent several Days of last week in having some dental work it keeps Tom Malone Busy driving out to Seukens to buy but he Hast got them John Claussen is hauling Corn to Wiota these Southeast married at the Home of the brides and in Franklin their miss to John of Union the ceremony was performed at three wed february Otto of Atlantic about sixty guests witnessed the event and alter congratulations an elegant wed Ding supper was the Young people Are Well and favourably known in this they will make their Home on a farm in Lincoln town Many Beautiful presents were received and following is a list of some of and half dozen chairs and Peter John Eilts and Henry and Marie rocking chair Adolph and Gesine set sad Irons Henry Dusing and wife of bed spread Albers and half dozen chickens de Euken and 2 rockers clothes Basket amalie and Frieda towels and fruit set Alfred spies and lamp and Heifer calf Elva and Henry towels Tibken and Berry set Bannick and clock and John Rath Wiechmann and Julius clock spies and bread plate miss Arvilla bread plate miss Gerhardine Klop table cloth miss Anna Tib lamp miss Marie Glass set Fritz Berry set miss Eugene Coffee pot Peter Tib alarm clock and Marie Glass set and Kate water set and cake plate Fritz set knives and Forks buggy there was a birthday Surprise for of Union twelve families were present and report a Fine John Alpers has moved to the farm which he purchased from Herman Sanny moved Back to Marne lasted Euken sold several loads of hogs to Tom Chew last of bought several Bunches of fat cattle in this we wonder Why the hog buyers of Wiota Are seen so often in the Ger Man the exhibition which was to be at the Norway school House last week is postponed until some other time on account of the illness of Henry one of the Henry Roberts died at the Home of his and Rob in Union township last sunday at 8 Oclock he had been sick with lung fever the past Alvin Ostrus has been hauling Brick and Sand for his new Meyer has been hauling Lum Ber to build a shed to his treatment of Griffin for his 1ie expects to return to Omaha next week to continue the Wal Ter has been attending school at in Diavola for the past six but on account of his eyes was obliged to give up school work for the remainder of the Clarence of was in the City wednesday and thursday on a visit at the Home of his and of was in gris Wold and Vicinity with friends Satur Day and miss Victoria Lynn will give an orig Anial adaptation of seven c t Hollands Best Church saturday one of at the Christian misses Maud Nelson and Adda Flint departed for tues Day morning for an Yucle fixate miss Nelson has been acting As reporter for the american for the past seven but was on account of poor to give up her position and seek a change of miss Flint had been preparing to go to Omaha to take a nurses course in the Hospital at that but her health compelled her to change her plans and go to the annual school election will be held at the town Hall March when two directors for the term of three yeras Are to be the outgoing officials Are Bryant and who took up the practice of some weeks has taken charge of a Large Railroad Hospital at Wyom and left this City for that place last he was succeeded by of who is a graduate from the Northwestern University of Chicago some four years the doctor will move his fam ily to this City As soon As a residence can be tse gospel meetings at the Central Church of which have been con ducted by evangelists Updike and Adams fort the past three closed wednesday night of last the meetings throughout have been largely attended Aud the Earnest appeals of unlike have caused Many to confess Christ and Start in for a bet Ter Adams had charge of the and did much Good through his Earnest and impressive appeals for the gospel through the amount of Good done by these gentlemen can be determined by the number of conver and we believe their work was such As will prove dikes practical appeals to men women to live nobler and purer lives Are Given in such Plain logic that they can not be Misc on the evangelists made hundreds of friends in Griswold and Vici Updike went from Here to his Home in Ohio for a weeks rest and visit with his after which he expects to join Adams in meetings in our people were very much disappointed last thursday receiving word that the fifth number of the lecture by could not take place on the following even ing As the lecturer was unable to reach our City on Date set and the lecture was postponed till Friday evening of this of the Cass county was in the City last Satur Day in the interest of that Swart was in Omaha tuesday on miss Ida Gould departed this saturday february 28th her Home in this she was Only daughter of and the funeral took place at the Central Church of Christ monday morning at ten Noah Garwick the remains were Laid at rest in the Flint life at the miss Bessie who has been attending school in this is ill with the measles at the Home of her miss Louisa of entertained a Small but appreciative audience in a grand concert at the Church last Friday who has been Carrier on route 1 since its some seventeen months has re signed his and de Guessler has been appointed Carrier on that Curt Clovis was a business visitor at red Oak at the Luthern Church in Noble 5th at Henry Rabe and miss Tille re Leinan were United in mar there was present a Laige company of the relatives and after the pretty ceremony and con they repaired to the Home of the brides and Henry where a Boun Titus weeding dinner was awaiting Charles Wyman has decided that glorious Iowa is too fair a state to leave for Missouri and accordingly at the eleventh made up his mind to renting his farm in Missouri on last Walter Van returned Home Satur Day evening from where be has Betti the past two weeks taking great reduction Sale it is Marsh the jeweler this everything goes at Cut prices during the month of Cut 1 need the Money and am going to offer them at prices that we x come in and see the All kinds of spectacles fitted by an expert eyes examined free of charge Marne and Olof Remien and Simpson went to Des Moines Allen and the Marten boys and families go to North Dakota this Chris Olsen and family moved to Missouri this Chris has now tried Nebraska and Iowa but is not satisfied till he tries our former moves to Missouri this Berry and family moved to Atlantic the fore part of the miss Bertha Remien went to Des Moines for a weeks visit with friends this the Lodge held a ban Quet at the Hall last thursday even there was not As Large an at As the weather being after the supper every one enjoyed themselves at a smoker and one of Marnes most prominent moves to Anita this Oliver reason and miss Theo Niece depart for new this Mae reason bought 80 acres of land near Anita and has already taken Marius Marxen moves into the Grodt property this de our new implement bought Sam Mcculloughs place in town and Sam moved out on the farm Lewis Why should Lewis stand Back in the matter of modern improvements we have a Beautiful Little City sur rounded by a prosperous farming and no better people can be found anywhere than the citizens of this part of the the ener Gies of the rustlers should not be spent in Bat the sluggish spirit should be aroused to action continued to effective we cannot expect a return of two cents for every one cent invested in but the pleasures and the convenience will be More than pay for the one cent and the betterment of humanity Worth More than Silver or the movement should be encouraged for the Young men of today will be older some and by the teachings while Young May be made better the Tele phone Exchange is one of the modern which when used properly May be made a convenient and saving the men at the head of this Exchange have advanced a Large amount of Money to Start Lewis on the right and those who Able should not wait for com petition to Force theol to make use of the opportunities so generously be stowed by this Small company of enterprising the same May be True of other enterprises which might be the Means of making Lewis More than a Mere there is room for a Small electric Light Plant which might be operated at a Small and the trouble of the gasoline lamp be thus taken our fuel comes quite and we believe there is plenty not far it is the Opin Ion of a majority of our citizens that Lewis is underpaid with a paying Quantity of Good and a Man or company of men with a surplus of Money might do Well to spend some of it in a thorough Why not do something out of the or Morgan came Over from the Bluffs and spent sunday with his fam ily West of Fred Franklin returned to Brayton after a two Days visit with relatives at the dance did not seem to Progress very Well Friday and we judge the dance season is about miss Sprouse departed thursday for North Dakota where she has employment this Houston expects to work for Albright in the elevator this Newton who was helping place the Mutual Telephone was called Home saturday by the death of his who had been consumption for quite a the Botna has been out of its Banks this week and the ice is piled in great heaps and will probably do some dam age to dams and Bridges along the lower and Parsons attended the funeral of their miss Gould who died of heart disease in Griswold miss Gertrude Bailey expects to go to Omaha in the near future to re sume her studies in Albright and Hopley each received two cars of cattle from Den ver last Hugh me Elroy came in sunday from Bondurant for a visit with old friends in Archer came Down from Atlan tic sunday on professional monday was moving Day and Many changes were Davis returned to Des Moines monday where she will take a few weeks treatment of Coffee for her Bert Harden org is in Atlantic this week putting in a new Bowling the Christian Chuich was crowded sunday standing room being utilized by the people to pay tribute to Cliffe As he preached his fare Well the other churches were dismissed and after Cliffe spoke his words of Hiu Man and Watkns spoke some Lite aug sentiments to the departing the Lewis symphony or Chestra furnished some excellent Cliffe being one of the principal Cliffe has Many friends Here and All Are sorry to see him bit As he goes wish him christs company and gods Rich est Jones has stored his House hold goods Over the millinery store and expects to go to South Dakota in april to prove up on a claim which he has Elliott had his toe mashed and from Flthe Limp he has had All week we judge it was More than a common carpenters have been tearing Down the barn on the lot which was sold to and the lumber will be used in extending garners building for the lengthening of his Bowling Stowe and wife Are the proud parents of a baby who came to enlighten their Home Haworth returned from Melrose saturday where she had been to attend the funeral of her one of Texe largest social events of the season was the reception Given monday eve by the ladies Aid society at the Home of Woodward and wife in Honor of the House was there being 115 who registered in a Book to be kept by the the orchestra furnished excellent music and Many piano solos were Light refreshments were served and All de parted at a late hour after wishing brother Cliffe the Best in life and bade him goodbye with Many re Grets for his dont forget the meet ing sunday afternoon at 3 devotional miss May Hebing came in from on Awa tuesday to visit her Peters and other relatives in Bear bushels of Corn of the 1902 his average was less than 70 bushels a but stuck to Rasmus Sens average was 115 bushels per Antone Jensen of Lorah and sister of Walnut visited with Chris Tensen Marinus Christensen is now located on the John Connor farm North of Dilts has gone to Idaho to James Harris came Down from at lactic tuesday evening on a business miss Fleming returned to Atlantic tuesday evening after a Short visit with her Wheeler moved up from red Oak wednesday and now occupies the Harris property in East Ted Hiscock and Guy Howard went to Nebraska tuesday where they will look after their farming interests Murnan will soon ship three loads of cattle to his Nebraska he expects Clyde Home for a Short visit and he will return with the cat mesdames Samson and Sherman went to Anita tuesday to visit rela Tives a few Plunket made a business trip to Council Bluffs the Lewis bowlers went to Atlantic tuesday evening where they bowled with a select they have not told us How much they were Victori Noyes had some Little difficulty with his engine at the Start but when he gets used to it he will have a Fine Max Schultz takes Possession of the Gaffney farm near Atlantic Schwalen has contracted with the Oakfield Creamery to deliver milk this year at 11 c per Frank Joyce will work for Lou gingery this Herberts family has had a hard tussle with thu Smith has rented the Triplett recently purchased by the Welcome do mocha is Ever ready and on fragrant with news of Light and we Are glad to Welcome Champ Clarks letters Al ways Replete with the social at g Brighton on Friday Fob was a grand miss the is up to Date on Art Smith is not the Corn Husker Lew spoken of in the 20th Century but he husked 4700 miss Ella Beebe of Wiota spent sunday with Anita Young was called to Dexter by the illness of her Mother last Deyoe and wife of Are visiting Schwimley and Deyoe occupied the pulpit in the congregational Church sunday the had two meetings this week to catch up with their they met tuesday and thursday several new candidates took a plunge into the married at the Home of the Bride in Lincoln miss Daugh Ter of Goodwin and wife to Frank Johnson on wednesday Davis it was a quiet Home Only the rela Tives being miss Delia was one of the finest girls in Lincoln township and her Many friends wish her unlimited Frank is one of Cass county most worthy and Model Young men with scores of friends who join and wish him a Happy and prosperous journey Over the sea of they will go to House keeping at once on Johnsons farm in Lincoln miss Addie Henderson was an at lactic visitor Over Johnson has moved to town and occupies the Bell property on West main Sam Moore moved to Missouri last Earl Scott has returned from Adair and will remain in Anita and act As Day Horace and Thomas Story of Jones count were in Anita this the county fair Given by the Chris Tian Endeavor society Friday eve at the Hall was a grand Suc a Good time was had by miss Miller is quite ill at her Home and her voice is missed at Clarence Campbell of Exira spent sunday Bartlett is still housed up with a touch of the Stone will go to Idaho this look after his farms miss Caroline Haist visited Atlan tic friends last miss Bertha Wiegand was taking in the sights of Wiota last Harry Davis and son formerly of Anita visited friends this Baker and wife of Des Moines spent last week with their Daugh the class mates of Ray Humerick gave him a pleasant Surprise party on his a pleasant time was had Aud before leaving they presented Ray with a Nice Fountain Dainty refreshments were serv win Lantz was elected nub director in 7 Ralph Calkins went to Nebraska tuesday on land Kell of Dos Moines is visiting in Schwimley and wife Are visit ing in Schwimley will commence re Vival meetings in the congregational Church sunday Voorhees goes to Chica go this week for a Short miss Cora Thompson of Atlantic visited with miss Briggs tues Elliott of Sioux City is visit ing her the Church will hold Quarter Auracher of Des Moines will preach saturday eve and sunday morning communion services sunday Patrick has sold his farm South of Anita to Lige Farewell and will have a Sale March 10 and move to Carey and candies went to Missouri tuesday with land miss Mattie Baker returned to her Home in Atlantic Wagner has moved to town and occupies the Ham Campbell prop Fancher and Sam Chaffee moved to last auditor Worthing and wife Sun Dayed in Allen returned from Wisconsin Butcher of is visiting her they will move to Desoto where they have purchased a Black and family moved to Stuart this week where they have bought a Miller died monday eve after a Long the funeral was held in the Church wednesday of 11 and the remains Wiota for v the baby of Joe Talty and wife died the remains will be taken to Atlantic for Tom Robinson went to Exira wednesday for a Short pealed bids for remodelling the Church have been called married in Atlantic thursday after Hill Charles Teters of Marion county to miss Nancy Ethel daughter of Weston and they will move onto the Weston farm South of miss Rose Haist is helping miss Turner in the millinery Parker is holding an auction Sale in his jewelry Forshay was an Atlantic visitor Roe and family moved to Missouri last representing the Atlantic was in Anita manager Cate has secured the beggar Prince opera for a re turn engagement for March they will play that Beautiful comic opera the family of Siegel Hendricks is occupying rooms in the Chambers building on East main the Young ladies of Anita ave thinking of giving a Ball for their gentlemen Lillian Myers went East for a visit lastly meeting next Jacob fruit Gilbert was going to move but i guess to did not because it was too Frank Gilbert moved on his place up by Lincoln Center Dasher has 115 Young chickens for this Meek and Hensley went out to Conaways farm Hensley and Meek took some cattle to the Home Sun Day evening North of they had pretty rough walking if i he roads were As bad As they were thursday when going to Gilbert has been visiting at we had a Fine rain thursday even Meek was hauling Corn last week for Mcgeorge Sale was Well at tended thursday and he had a Fine his Bay team went for Over Beckhart was in the Valley we had a Little Snow but the Sun came out Bright and Clear Gilbert was on the sick list sat Bert Christenson and family moved up by Council
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