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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 1, 1910, Atlantic, Iowa Official Piper of Cass county Cass county Best april mum ran num Bowman say much of our seed Corn is unfit to Plant Young celebrates twentieth birthday on Des moms capital of better seed Corn preached Herb last night no worse than others Large audience greets the speaker and he says it was one of the most appreciative yet seed Corn gospel texts you Farmers do not average More than one Good ear to a if you averaged two you would beat an average of 80 bushels to the acre in the it Only takes twelve ears to Plant an acre and Yau can afford to Plant Good every poor ear of seed Corn you use costs you four or five bushels of just lost by using one poor at present land prices you would be a Good Deal better off owning a five per cent mortgage than trying to make a living raising Corn from the Ordinary you will pay High for Good hogs or cattle to head your Why not do As much for your Good seed Corn at a Bushel is cheaper than poor seed Corn As a i can show you that seed Corn at a Bushel if extra Good will make you More Money than the Ordinary Corn at do not use an eighty acre Field As a germination Box when you test your seed Corn in a Box that will not Cost Over 60 there never was a time when the question of seed Corn was so important As this latest news from Anita Many items of interest of contest new8 from that Busy Little town presented by special correspondent Weston had business in the county seat and Southerland went to Grinnell monday morning where he makes his Headquarters in missionary Levi Huff was a Des Moines visitor miss love Jenkins commenced her Spring term of school last Mon Tena Hamlin who was visit ing the Parmley started for her Home in Wyoming monday morning the misses Daisy and Mayme Duff who have spent the Winter in town dressmaking have returned Hom and commenced teaching school on in Adair county and the other at the Bangham Bosley was up from Atlan tic last saturday greeting his Many friends in Anita and Vanslyke who has been 11 with pneumonia is improving slowly and it is hoped that he is practical out of Forshay had a bad attack o Lagrippe last Harry Bovee and wife were in the City for a few Days and were the guests of and Harry Faulk miss Ella Wilson was Home from Drake for a few Days but return to Des Moines monday last week and Ham Campbell were called to Carroll b Bowman lecturer with Lemr Campbells Siste the Rock islands seed Corn special entertained a Large audience of farm i they have returned Horn i but there is Little Hopes of her re a relative of thers at Odd Fellows Hall wednes the lecture was practical and two one fro late mrs Samuel Whit came the Nelson Johnson com pants Plant and another a Germina Tion Box made up and filled by were opened by the Corn experts and they according to the a poor average of seed the Earth test applied in the Atlantic made tester showed that nine Strong ears were chosen out of one Hundred and be web Byers Given a rousing reception by Anita republicans weeks ago to be with her in her Las illness and is stopping with Frank j White for a Short i tuesday evening of last week the Rebekah Lodge had a called meeting in Honor of mesh areas Thompson and Larabee who Are moving away from a banquet was held after the social Wilson was called to ing a total Strong of less than ten i Des Molnes tuesday by the sickness Nar half of Corn of her daughter Ella who has an at per More than half of the Corn placed in this tester did not sprout at the germination Box Corn a somewhat better average but much less than fifty per cent Bowman stated that at Audubon there were samples in the tester from 100 ears and out of the Hun dred Only eight ears proved to be Good and six of these were not All tack of and Parker re turned Home from their vacation trip they attended the contest at they speak in Praise of the contestant from Aniu even if she did fail Roget a where there Are so Many Good ones it is Well for a representative of a thiere were Only two ears to even to wel1 and a out of the lot that tested Strong that is All six kernels of the ear prof Bowman is receiving Assur ances All along the line of the Rock Island Railroad that his suggestions for Iowa Farmers to establish five acre seed Patch in order to have Good seed Corn in future years will be the Farmers have Learned by experience that it is a big Job to Hunt Over 80 or 100 Aeres for the choicest ears of Corn and Bowmans plan to have the Best seed planted in a special five acre tract would make it pos sible for them to secure their seed ears in a few minutes and by walk ing Over a Small tract of i believe the possibilities of this plan Are declared prof Bowman heretofore it Hare paid absolutely no attention to Corn Farmers have thought nothing of paying or or even f for Good live in order to build up the Stan Dard and Type of their they have thought that or or for a Bushel of seed Corn was by i had a Man me yesterday in Guthrie Center that act had paid for a Bushel of Corn a though that were a big now a Bushel of seed Corn will member of the tenth Grade there is yet time to write head the sunday school of the Church gave a very interesting pro Gram last sunday evening consist ing of songs and recitations suitable of the easter service which was followed by and address by the Pas Tor there were easier services last sunday evening at the Christian Church which were Well attended and were very it was tinder the management of the Sun Day Ben Carver has sold his residence in the Northeast part of town to the ladles Aid society of the congregational Church will meet with Morgan thursday who will serve dinner at ten cents the proceeds of which go to the treas Ben Wilson and children de parted for Council Bluffs tuesday to visit her daughter Ruby who is in school James Furman and Pierce went to Omaha tuesday for a visit with Earl Holton returned to Des Moln Seq tuesday to resume his Uxa stud from congratulations to Lafe Young Lafe founder and for Nineteen years editor of the Telegraph is today celebrating the twentieth anniversary of taking Possession and editorial control of the Des Moines daily which he has built us until it is now one of the leading and most influential newspapers in the Middle in Honor of the anniversary the capital today issued record breaking edition of Over 100 a great part of which is devoted to boosting Des Moines and Iowa and to setting Forth the part which Lafe Young has played in of Young was asked the other Day to write an autobiographical sketch and he the paragraph in which he sets Forth his experiences in Atlantic is of local Young says after work ing on the Louis dispatch for several years at the magnificent salary o 2j a and raving i returned to Iowa for the Pur pose of getting while Moines with my visiting of old Mills offered me the local Editorship of the accepted and did not return to my place in i was paid 1s i week in Des i remained with Mills company until december they sold the Register to Clarkson with the Money 1 saved in and some borrowed from a i started the at lactic Telegraph 1 published Nineteen in Cass county i tool part in everything that was going helped to build up Atlantic and to advertise in 1873 1 was nominated and elected state was re elected in and again in if 1 had not wasted time in politics in Cass i might have saved considerable but i got into Gim and knew no better than to stay in for a Ivor to fouling to Young had engaged in the newspaper business in Keokuk and lie was Horn on a farm seven Miles South of in during his Nineteen years residence in a thetic Young made hundreds of personal friends who join today in extending congratulations on his Long and successful Mana Ger ship and editorial control of the the time which he spent in Cass county politics was not for it has proved a prime Factor in the development of the Man and in enlarging his Circle of Young is a National figure in american has enjoyed the personal friendships of presidents Roosevelt and has frequently been entertained at the White and occupies a seat High up at the table of the he is one of the most distinguished products whom Atlantic has sent out into the and the entire City joins in congratulating him newsy le1ter from Griswold from Telegraph writer Many local happenings of interest to the readers of the Jesse Robinson has sold his farm in the South part of this township to de Ray and Millard lamborn and family de parted one Day the first part of last week for this Fine family have spent All their married life in this township and their Large Circle of friends All unite in wishing them Joy and happiness and Prosperity in their new roads and wife from Over near Cumberland visited at the Bangham Home in this City a part of the past miss Francis Casey and miss Stel la both of pleasant Ridge were visiting in this City Linderman went to at lactic Friday morning to look after some business matters there As they Are getting ready to move to that City in the near their Many friends wish them happiness and Prosperity in their new Lenie Dennie was a red Oak visitor one Day last week on a business miss Nellie deny and master Neal were among those to attend the con test at professor her took with him All the High school pupils to banquet held at the Olds Nous at Nook Byers Here a Short spent the afternoon visiting with friends and meeting borne the business men i Webster Byers of rare i candidate for Congress in this strict arrived in the cily yesterday Tew for a Short visit with he came in from where he spent the Forenoon Calaf upon the Farmers and business and attending an Impromptu Tion Given in his there he a banquet served for him at tit Reynolds hotel in Anita at noon it was one of the most tenth Palaith receptions Ever received by a Date for office in that thirty people representing various walk of life sat Down to one of the finest meals Ever served Here and ers said afterwards that the Tion formed one of the happiest Prises of his Public that i was to be so entertained was by unexpected by it was not known until this morning that he had even planned to be i no politics in speech Byers delivered a very Tell Al address on Good government and Tif necessity of Law enforcement careful attention to the interest of the people by Public he d4 not speak of the coming primary Tion at he said that he simply taken enough time away from business to make a flying Tref to Oass county and had expect i John Rantz and her two chil1 nothing More an for a Good handshake Vuth majors presided at ing which was in every Way a the committee in charge the surpise party for Byers was Van Val Weigand and these gentlemen certainly complis hed wonders in arrange Law for such a Nice affair in such a Short Dren of Atlantic came Down Satur a visit with her sister Rosseau and other friends and relatives in this James Boler had a very bad it taste of neuralgia on miss Gypsey Alexander of gris Wold High school won the second prize in the contest held at Corning Friday Grinnell who owns the automobile garage received a car Load among other speakers at tha of automobiles meeting wore Tishman of the Des Moines to Matia monday to enter a Hospital and her friends miss Nellie Walker was a visitor in Anita last Are glad to Knaw that there is not any serious and Reynhart of the Mas Sena neighbourhood returned from a visit to Nebraska Fodyce was on the sick list last week but is now Able to be at the store l supervisor Edwards was up from Cumberland tuesday looking after some Bridges for the Jesse Macklin will occupy the office made vacant by or Lara bees removal to and mrs Voorhees entertained some of their Young mar ried friends at their Home on West main Street last thursday evening the Anita literary club held special Meleng at the Hime of o Conley tuesday afternoon in Honor of their president a Fine lunch was served and All present regret the departure of who has done so much to their meetings a the services in the congregational Church during passion week wort helpful and very instructive and All were glad to meet Sutherland he is Nota sensational but an Earnest pleader for a better so Earnest and to himself that his talks were a Grea help to All who heard Larabee and wife go to Den Moines Friday for a few Days a isl before going to Page county to spend a Short time at the old Harry Harrison was Home lat week and for a change for a Days assisted his father in ready for the Spring Charles Thompsons family left last week for their new Home in the Eastern part of the they will be greatly missed in Anita and in Church to which they says rent is unpaid Martin files suit against Pigsley and wife for Martin has filed suit against and wife for which he alleges is due him for rent on a farm in Cass county a Tymich defendant leased from he exhibits a promissory note for the total amount of the rental of which the above sum is Pratt injures hand formerly As a plumber Here and now operating an automobile garage at Walnut was making some repairs on a car there when in some Way he severely mashed a from the appearance of the injured member the next morn ing it was thought that gang Reut had set but it is now better and it is thought heal Al right Joe Daley and her two Chi congregational Church and Dren departed for Omaha saturday Shug the me neither morning for a two weeks visit with these gentlemen spoke of her Mother and other relatives and Malters Tillat friends in that men in politics wl11 and Jim Dunn and Little Laws of the state with Lolly fear son went Down to vol Lysca to spend i or Byers left Here for sunday with relatives and two of John rouses sons were Over sunday visitors with relatives and friends in Donneld of the East Side gave a dinner for All her children and their families and Wayne of Moines on 6 this he u visiting with Many friends this Ter noon and has met with cordial reception he expects to be la the City again before Long to Down to business on his primary Shelby were Over sunday visitors at Aroun in this Vicinity at Harmans oldest came Home Friday to Helt the Home Home of and Honnald in this several of the Young people of care for Ner father is very pleasant Ridge were visi1 feeble tors at master Hall Clovis of red Oak George Kilpatrick who has been j came up to visit for a week with studying Law at Drake University i grandparents and aunts in this in Des Moines was an Over sunday j de Wilcox passed the night visitor at the Home of his Mother in in Griswold saturday on her Way to this Avoca from a visit with her Scott one of the american Jln Force returned Home monday from i Willard Salisbury and wife of Des Moines where he was an Over j Clarinda visited Over sunday in sunday visitor with his Cousin Rosi with their parents and a boat o Coo Pipper who is attending Law j school in that Curt Clovis of Atlantic was in Thil word was received Here from City monday on business and visit Dallas of the illness of ing with his father Ulrich formerly of this City who moved there but a Short time Graham and wife Are going to move Back to Hancock to their old Home Ray Winters tin went to Omaha on monday on a business trip for a few George Watson went up to Chi Cago monday with a lot of cattle for Fred Wohlenhaus and Charles miss Stella and mast0 James Pierce returned Home monday after noon an Over sunday visit at red Oak with friends and Wilk Ingran of who had been called there by the illness and death of her Sis Tow Spencer returned to Bor Homo is a Deal of sickness Clovis left this wednesday morning for he will be absent two weeks of More if the ment there is a Benefit to his born to and living Down on Swanson Avenue March a at the school Board meeting night the entire corps of Tea Obasi were reelected except miss Geordt who will attend school the come Al Ira Kyle of Omaha who Bat been visiting her father Syth and other relatives returned to her Home Frank Panter was elected mayor for the coming year in this Black living Griswold la visiting with her Down in Hamburg the past

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