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Atlantic Cass County Democrat (Newspaper) - May 21, 1903, Atlantic, Iowa F the Cass county May 48 is Laid to rest i William Curry buried Friday morning at Catholic Beautiful Floral pieces at Church Large attendance at hibernian tire Ines mid foresters attend in Dalys be Mark mid the Beauty and fragrance of a i Day in Middle surrounded by All the glory and Harmony of natures perfection All that was mortal of Wil i Liam Curry was Laid away this Friday the services at the i Church were held at nine Oclock and were attended by a Large number of people who came to pay their last re a facts to one of the cites Best known Youtsy the Beautiful and Pressie requiem mass of the Catholic Church was Sung and the other funeral service said after which father Daly made a few Brief touch ing on the necessity of every i Dividu i Al preparing himself for the judgment i and so living that Jieu he came to he should hear the Well done Good and faithful servant enter thus into the Joy of thy his re Marks upon the life of the deceased i were he told of his constancy at Church and of the High esteem in which he was held and the place he i occupied in the the ser Vics at the Church lasted about an hour and at their conclusion the pro cession which included a number of 1 carriages wended its Way to the silent City on the Hill where the remains were Jaid the Floral pieces were Many and those from the fire depart ment and other orders to which he be longed occupied a prominent place and spoke in language More Elo quent than words of his the printing fraternity of Che City sent a design with the the printers term for the last Batch of the fire department and the Catholic orders of foresters and hibernian at tend the services in a the firemen and hibernian being in the pall bearers were from among these memorial Day at Observance under of ladles Ceme Tery the ladies of the Wiota cemetery association Are arranging for the Observance of memorial Day and have partly arranged the program of the the exercises will be at the beginning at 2 Oclock and will consist of the singing of vocal and instrumental an address by remarks by and other numbers to be arranged Flowers will be placed on the Graves of the Soldier the committee earnestly re quests All old soldiers to be an addition to the program As partly Given above is As Follo svs recitation Zepha Atlantic recitation you put no Flowers on my dear Papas Anita music for memorial the committees appointed for the purpose have made their report on the music for memorial the vocal music will be rendered by the following Al Law Deer Don Pearl Fannie Craw by request of committee All those named above will meet at the Hall at 8 monday even May to make arrange ments for memorial exercises and for Sam Rice Chautauqua association the meeting of the Chautauqua association at the citizens Bank last evening did not result in anything de finite being the selection of a program is left to the local association simply expressing their the local Board will look Over the grounds near the City which Are suitable for Chautauqua some time in the near receive notice of president Whiteside has received notice from Secretary of the National association of base Ball that the southwestern Iowa league has been admitted to member ship in that organization and is entitled toll the Protection defeats red Oak in opening game by score of 10 to Jarrott struck out nine men tool Ella Onelia led catch in the fifth inning was a feature of the game Good the base Ball season of 1903 was opened in Atlantic yesterday tuesday and the local team made the occasion memorable by defeating the the red Oak by a score of 10 to Fred Captain and manager of the Atlantic pitched the Palson doing the twirling for the the Day was an Ideal one for base Ball and As a consequence the attendance was the game was a Good red Oak came to Mendenhall being the first Man he secured a pass to first base off of Crippen was the next Man to Bat and he Sacri advancing Mendenhall to Belding was struck out and Sii Der flew out to left retiring the Side in at antics the first Man flew Fred Fahey went to first on an Preston Jarrott flew out to Center Field and Perry made a Little forcing Fahey out at in the second Wilkes of red Oak was the first Man he knocked a grounder to who fielded it neatly and delivered it to catching the Pierson and the next two men were struck out by in at antics half Fahey was the first Man he was put out at first after knocking a grounder which was Field Boles succeeded in finding Palson for a three Bagger and the next Man to went to first on the third baseman Schuler stole second and Madigan scor ing Troball went out on a Fly foul to third base and Atlantic was in the third in red Oaks Dehaven the first Man Palson flew Mendenhall struck Crippen went to first on an error by Fred Fahey who let a Fly slip through his and Belding was put out at in at antics half Fred Fahey was presented with a pass by Preston Jarrott made a base Fahey was put out at the next Man Fahey knocked a neat Little Fly which went through Piersons Fin the Batter going to second Schuler went out at and mad Igan made a scoring both Perry and Bill Boles flew out to first Preston and Jarrott also in the fourth Snyder of red Oak made a three Wilkes went out at Pierson struck and Davis went out at in at antics half Troball made a two base Fahey went out at first and Preston and Jar Rott went out at Troball in the fifth red Oak came near scor the first Man struck Palson made a base hit As did and Crippen also was allowed to go to first on an error by Fahey filling the Jarrott used his head at this Point and struck Belding the bases were full and Snyder the next Man had had two when he placed the Ball neatly Between first and second the nine times out of was a Safe and the chances of at antics winning the game looked exceedingly but old Dell from the Sand Hills of the great big Good natured old was there and with one hand raked in the Ball and saved the in at antics Palson struck out Perry and Fahey and Schuler went out at red Oak did not score in the 6th and Atlantic made four scores in her in the 7th red Oak did not score and the locals also failed to make in the eighth red Oak scored four Atlantic failed to score in her half and in the first of the Beld ing of red Oak making the score 10 to 5 in at antics notes of the Troball catch in the fifth was of profit to the crowd loosened up and his exchequer was considerably in that decision of lows in calling a runner out for interfering with the baseman was a Good one and won him the plaudits of the Jarrott is a Heady player and the association is to be congratulated upon having secured Wilkes and Snyder Are easily the stars of the red Oak they made several pretty at antics batters Are certainly there with the All of them hit the Ball when they to yester Home of the Sage of on May 25 the Home of Ralph Waldo will be the literary Mecca of the United elaborate exercises in Honor of the one Hundredth anniversary of the birth of new England great poet and philosopher will be and there will be addresses by senator professor Charles Eliot colonel Thomas Wentworth Higginson and professor William James of which was emersons Alma miss Ellen the poets eldest now resides in the old Home in Atlantic Troball Fahey Preston Jarrott Perry Fahey Schuler Madigan Boles red Oak Mendenhall Crippen Belding Snyder a r h Sach to a or 5 5 5 5 5 4 4 4 4 2 2 1 1 1 1 2 1 1 1 1 0 1 2 0 1 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 4 9 0 9 2 1 1 3 1 0 4 9 1 0 0 0 10 10 1 27 18 8 a r h Sach to a or Pierson Davis Dehaven Falson 3 5 5 5 5 5 4 3 4 0 1 0 0 to 1 2 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 1 0 3 1 2 1 0 0 10 0 3 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 0 0222 0200 locate missing 0 0 69 2 24 18 score by innings 123456 78 9 Atlantic 014 10 red Oak 000 0000415 struck out by 4 bases on 3 Jarrott Solen 1 1 2 1 three base two base attendance May 19 the Shenan Doah baseball team was Defeated Here today by the Clarinda team by a score of 3 to batteries Buss and Glasier Case and Rufus attend Ance thursday Clarinda beat Shenandoah again yesterday by a score of 1 to standing of played won per Atlantic 1 1 1000 Clarinda 2 2 1000 red Oak 1 0 0000 Shenandoah 2 0 0000 the of the weather Man prevented the Atlantic and red Oak teams from playing Here yesterday and also seems to have gotten in its work at red Oak for reports received from that town said yesterday that it would be impossible for the locals and that team to play the games scheduled for today and tomorrow on account of the flooded condition of the at lactic and the Omaha originals will play a game Here the local team will have to play Ball to but they say they will do at least that what Jarrott says and in the Light of recent events it would seem that he makes Good what he the next games on the schedule of the league next week Are Atlantic at Clar Inda the 27th and 28th and red Oak at Shenandoah on the same the postponed games will be played off there Are no games scheduled for the Home grounds until memorial Day when there Are two with Shenan Clarinda plays Shenandoah to Day and tomorrow at the latter Atlantic is still in the Lead in the percentage Low Low died this thurs Day afternoon about two Oclock after a lingering at this hour there have been no definite arrangements made for the Hannah Christensen found in been working for Hellyer As a miss Hannah the girl who disappeared from the Home of her parents tuesday morning and for whom a search had been was found yesterday wednesday at the Home of Hellyer at 301 Poplar Street where she had secured employment As a she had gone to the Hellyer Home tuesday morning and applied for work she said that her name was Anna Anderson and that she lived at and was on her Way West to visit a at the time she had two bundles of clothing with she was employed by hell began her duties about the yesterday who was calling at the Hellyer recognized the girl and when she had finished her visit went to the Christensen Home and told her Christensen was notified that the girl had been located and he went to the Hellyer Home and took her the postal card which the parents received was written by the girl her self to throw her parents off the the evident intention was to eventually leave the fancied clues which the officers had secured seem to have been the ending of the Case in its first chapters is a Happy miss Christensen returned to her studies at school this thursday morn the notoriety which has been Given the Case is unpleasant to her As she is a quiet girl and enjoys the respect and esteem of All who know All her friends and her teachers and classmates believe that she has been to a certain extent misrepresented in the Case and assert that there Are two sides to the Story and that All the fault was not with the Young lady but that the discipline at Home has been at times a Little too rigid and it was to partly escape the arduous duties which were forced upon her that she sought Refuge in the closing chapters have been written in the it is hoped for the Sake of All parties weak f suffered terribly and was extremely weak for 12 the doctors said my blood was All turning to at last i tried and was soon feeling right no have been Illy nor Tiow poorly you1 May be Ayers Sar Sapar Ilia is the Best Medicine you can take for purifying and enriching the dont doubt put your whole Trust in throw away everything a All ask your doctor Wlms hotlinks of Ayers to about this grand old family follow his advice and we will to aver in District court judge Macy makes new assignment of ends in a much business still ahead Kagan gets verdict in Case against grif Eracli Satis factory Friday court is in session today being occupied with the Case of Walker in tha Case of Mcelfresh Isaac it the Anita bound Ary line defendant Isaac Houck files amendment and supplement to original motion to set aside report of in the Case of exec s the citizens Sav Ings garnishes and Walter the court ordered that garnishes be in the matter of the guardianship of Ralph the guardian files annual in the matter of the assignment of Whitney to Brut the Assignee makes report which is saturday if anyone thinks that a judge of the District Bench does not work he should attend a session of court and see the propensity of judge Macy for disposing of today saturday he made a new assignment of cases which will keep the court Busy until the last week in the Ragan Griffith Case which was submitted some Days ago was decided by the court in favor of the plaintiff and he was Given judgment for and the costs of the in Loche Wohlenhaus it a Boundary line a satisfactory settlement had been reached by the parties and the same was approved by the the guardian of Trakes his annual report and he same is following is the assignment made by judge Macy May Walker May application of May Mcelfresh it Isaac it special Nichols it May assessment of mulch tax Peter Pabst brewing company and harm brewing May Pettinger Antrim Lafe it trustee Isaac May Lillie Brehmer Mary Burnett Smith estate of Hanna estate of John monday judge Macy reconvened court this monday morning after the sunday recess and the usual grind commenced with the Walker Case still holding the right of the Case will occupy a Day or two before it is completed in All the will of Ruth Daft was admitted to probate with Ely and Niles As the final report of the administrator of the estate of Mary Johnson deceased was filed and hearing will be had on the 25th in the matter of the assignment of James Jonse the court orders that the claim of be As that is a preferred tuesday the Case of Walker Walker is still occupying the attention of the wednesday the Walker Case is still occupying the attention of the the Testi Mony is practically All one or two witnesses being yet to hear the Mcelfresh Houck Boundary line of sprite was called today wednesday pending the calling of the balance of the witnesses in the Walker thursday the Case is still on at the District the arguments in the Walker Case will be heard Carlson in the two men contest at the Park Bowling alleys last evening Between Vic Carlson and Martin Carl son won by 23 following is the average City will connect Council to make necessary changes for pumping water by the vote on proposition is a tie Rayor Mcwaid casts deciding vote on motion made by Walker to adopt the plans suggested by Schonig of the City of City of the second will pump the water which is to be used by its inhabitants in the years to by this much resulted from the meeting of the City Council last after a session in which the mayor was several times called on to use the deciding Power of his that body decided to adopt the plans suggested by City electrician of during his recent visit the plans suggested by Schonig Are not materially different from those suggested by the other electrical men who were Here some weeks ago and the Cost of installing the necessary machinery will not be materially greater or less than in the plan suggested by All the members of the Council were present at the it was moved by Johnson that the City install one three phase alternator Generator of about 175 two thirty horse Power two Triplex with a capacity of Gallons each per this motion was amended by Wood with the clause if the above plan proves on the vote on the Johnson and Petit voted Burgess and Wood and it was declared vote on the Petit and Wood voted against and Oconnell and John son voted and the motion went1 the Way of the amendment councilman Walker moved that the plans of Schonig be adopted by the and Oconnell amended this motion to read that the City should be limited to one 200 capacity on vote on the Amend and Petit voted against and Johnson and Wood voted mayor Mcwaid casting his vote with the the original motion More Petit and mayor Mcwaid voting for and Johnson and Wood voting a motion to adjourn was a Johnson and Petit mayor Mcwaid voting Wood made a motion to adjourn subject to the Call of the which carried and the meeting was a representative of the Wayne electric company was present but did not make any proposition to the simply talking Over the general business of the proposed another meeting will be held soon to further consider the catch 3iau who held up Ieter Lund at Avoca in january is arrested in this the police in this City last wednes Day evening arrested a whose name was not Given out for Publica who is charged with the Holdup of Peter Lund at Avoca last on the evening of the Lund is a Stock Man at Exira and when held up last Winter was on the Way to Omaha with a Bunch of cattle when he fell in with the Man who is now in he went around with him quite a bit and when the Man saw a Good Opportunity he slugged him and relieved him of his watch and Lund was called to the City today and identified the Man As the one who held him last evening he was watched and was finally arrested rested and lodged in the City he being slightly intoxicated at the time a charge of being a suspicious character was preferred against this afternoon the Man was taken to the county jail and will be retained until the arrival of the officers from joke causes serious May Johanna Lineham is dangerously ill from the effects of a Harold a saw miss Linehart working in her he slipped up behind gave a and slapped her on the the Young lady is better at this writing but is still very switch engine to word has been received that the switch engine which has been in at lactic for some is to be taken to Valley Junction Anil henceforth the trains which pass through this City will have to do their own the change will Ivanove France and

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