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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - April 29, 1910, Atlantic, Iowa
Cass counts Best v april for tear on the cause of fire in mas8bna township is yes unknown horses and calves Burn Large of Grain and Many farming implements destroyed by fire special to the Telegraph april which started in a barn on the Paul Ine farm six Miles North of this Ity in this township caused damage late yesterday though every possible Effort was made to save the four horses in the barn and six calves they could not be taken out and they were burned to the origin of the fire is beside the loss of a Large barn and the live Stock there was burned a hog the Gas Oline House and Carriage and implements stored in the the Grain loss includes 400 bushels of Corn 200 bushels of Barley and other smaller a part of the wheat and Barley was although the loss will be fully the insurance was Only origin a mystery the origin of the fire is a mystery Pauline Pickerell is the widow of the late Joseph Pickerell and the been managing the yesterday afternoon the boys were in Field when about 4 Oclock fire was discovered burning briskly in the main the farm Bell was rung and the boys came from the there was no Way of fighting the Are everything was very dry and the buildings were lick a Short it was with onh n4t 0ert the House was had the wind been in other direction it would not have been possible to have saved build ing standing on the Beetle Pickrell was seriously Hurt during the Progress of the he tried to get a couple of the horses and braved death in this res Cue the animals were dragged to the door but they would not leave the it was also impossible to the six calves which were in the All of the Hay and feed in the barn and other Small buildings was de the Only machinery saved is that which was standing out in the both the buggy and family Carriage were the loss comes especially hard be cause of the Lack of insurance to cover even a Small portion of the lots of news from Rahon local happenings weekly review of the news in and around boyhood Hallock went to Omaha on Pardee and Green were passengers to Atlantic tuesday to do some miss Gladys Chamberlen was a caller among friends in extra tues Percy Hallock purchased a Mit Chell automobile of de season in Audubon last thursday Rasmussen were Busy last tuesday laying a new Cement floor in the engine room at the Scott and child went to Hamlin wednesday to Call on her Cousin Hattie Soren Nelson was transacting business in Elk Horn last wednes Grant Griffet of Stennett was Cal Ling on friends Here last thursday while on her Way to Miles Nelson and children spent several Days last week with her parents and John Dott Clara and Emma Hansen of Lorah were Over sunday visitors at the Nelson Emil frees who undue rent an operation for appendicitis some time ago in Omaha came Home Fri Uehran and Robinson of at lactic had business Here in this Vicinity miss Vivian Bartlett was calling on friends in Atlantic miss Ruth Flemming and Grace Lang of Atlantic were guests of friends Hazel Hardman last sat urday and and Henry Frederick son were callers among friends in Hamlin Over circus comes to town May 28 the John Robinson shows one of the biggest attractions of the kind on the Road booked for Atlantic announcement has been made of a dating for Atlantic of the John Rob Inson ten United which will be in this City May the show will be in Den Moines May 27 and come yla the Rock Island to this Point the local railway officials have been advised that they must accommodate Iff Flat cars eight special coaches and twelve Stock the John r6blnson is one of the oldest circuses on the sorrowful visit Well known Anito woman loses baby while she is of visit special to the Telegraph april Lofs were held today the re the baby boy of and Peter Robinson of Robinson came Here last saturday on a visit to her and unique composite picture of Roosevelt and emperor we offs r Here stopping at this place on her Way Bon to Atlantic where she had been caring for Esther Petersen who has been working in Omaha arrived Home sunday to spend a Short Harry Carey living South of Here went to Omaha tuesday to undergo treatments in one of the hospitals Brayton lumber shipped two care of lumber and other material to Gates last week to be used in building a Fine new House and barn on the Mccrory farm near that Jenkins went to Guthrie Center wednesday after his Auto Mobile which he left there some time Eakins and James Barbara came Home from Des Moines last thursday where he will consult a Miller and daughter were shopping in last wed Verna Petersen of Audubon passed last wednesday at the h Bartlett mesdames Anderson and Fred Peterson went to Omaha last thursday to visit their Tellas Lelgant and Fred Cerenak went to Audubon to do some shopping we Learned that Wendel Smith formerly a resident Here lost his drug store at Shannon City in a fire he has now bought in and will locate there Mike Sorensen went to Omaha the first of the week on Heath will do some re mod Eling on his residence in the North Nart of Roy Dryden of extra was Here sunday calling on friends before he left for Canada to spend the it will be necessary for Koob to the Finger of Nels p Nelsons right hand which was affected with blood Poison and which does not doing the work on Jorgensen entertained Bis Friend Jensen from Lookinglass several Days last s Anton and Jens Juhl were Grad ing the Hill West of town saturday the steam engine to do the Farl club was a passenger to Atlantic tuesday on Beno store at Bluffs gutted Byng Blaze fire Burns fiercely Council Iowa the visit no Omuel Roosevell the emperor of Germany la one of i lie most interesting events of the remarkable trip by the for Mer president of tie United both Are known As men who speak out in hurl Buve Strong likes and and the entire country la waiting to Sti which will prove his right to be known As the real strenuous from the composite picture it appears that Roosevelt overshadows the German Audubon were visiting his Mother Soren Anderson Erickson moved Here from Chicago the first of the week to the farm West of town where Peter Syl Vester lives who is a relative of of Mouldi has been hauling lumber to the farm where he fives where a Large barn will be Bowes soon Start build ing a House and barn on the Mccrory farm near Richard Powers and Percy free Man returned from Elk Horn Mon Day where they have been Jorgensen of Oak Hill lutheran Church entertained a Friend from Des Moines several Days of last miss Anna Nelson returned to the Rasmussen Home again Mon Day after spending some time at Nelson Are now building a House and barn on one of Bud Ren dolmens Besom attended Elk Lodge in Atlantic Gerald Cannon has been hauling mall on route two for the past week on account of James Cannon having an attack of Mildred Anderssen and Arlene Bartlett were Audubon callers last Frank Jenkins automobile Down while in the country East of town saturday and he had to haul it nomination papers filed the following nomination papers have been filed at the auditors office in addition to those previously noted Republican candidate for assessor from Noble township and Herman democratic candidate for assessor from the same another candidate out Republican aspirants for count superintendent to have announcement has been mad that superintendent of the Cumberland schools Wil be a candidate for county superintendent subject to the democratic Pri Maries june the two Republican candidates Are Johnson the present and r Cornell of the Republican primary will decide which of thes two candidates is to be the Republican Goff is talked of Many of urge him for county Many friends of the Well known real estate dealer and Mem Ber of the City Are anxious that he be a candidate for county auditor at the coming it is can secure the United support of his party and he would unquestionably be a Strong representative of the democratic or Grove City miss Hazel Kirk attend the stat teachers meeting Council Bluff the 15 and 16 of John Wilson and daughter Emma has moved their household goods to Atlantic where they wll make their Sam Hansen is lying very 11 at her Home South of she i thought to be seriously ill but w Hope she May be better in the Nea Gene Hyatt of Wiota spent on Day last week with his mrs Henry Bell has commenced Plant ing he thinks it is a Little Earl but the Early Bird catches the worm and Nelson spen sunday with and Bun Nell Smith returned from Marn sunday where he was visiting i at livery barns burned fire fanned by fierce Gale gives department a very hard fight newsy letter froiuk1swold from Tel Bouaph or Jim Many local happenings of interest i special to the Telegraph Council april fire started shortly before six Oclock this evening in the Beno de Jar Tenient store and gutted that immense the fire spread to the buildings South and East and destroyed the Huddleston photograph the Ewalt Gro two livery barns and two Resi at the hour the weekly Tele graph goes to press the fire is still burning but is believed to be under to the readers of this Aow paper Linderman of Atlantic an Over sunday visitor with family in Hiram Disbrow passes away was civil War Veteran succumbs to chronic disease at ten Oclock last night at his Home South of Atlantic Hiram Disbrow passed away at his Home South of Atlantic at ten Oclock last death resulted rom a complication of troubles from which Disbrow had been suffer no for the last serious illness of the deceased Man lasted during a period of some six Hiram Disbrow was one of Cass county civil War and up to the time when age made imperative the laying aside of most of his Active bad filled a very prominent place in All the activities of the county and the City of Disbrow came of a race of soldiers and at the Early age of 18 left his Home to defend the the hardships which he endured in lie service of his country at such a Youthful age affected his health so that after he was mustered out he was never a Strong Man or Disbrow passed through the siege of being one of the few veterans yet remaining who have that the deceased was sixty six years of age on March he became a resident of Cass county at the age of having been born in brain in 1862 he enlisted in company Iowa infantry and server under general after serving honorable All through the War he was mustered out in 1865 in 1873 he graduated from Tabor College and after Reading Law with Brown and Churchill of Atlantic was admitted to the bar in Disbrow during his Long Resi Dence in Atlantic was called upon to serve the Public in various was a leading member of the Republican party in Cass county and at All times enjoyed the Confidence and re Spect of All who knew he served As county superintendent from 1876 to was postmaster during Hayes term As president and town ship clerk for twelve his Ca reer As an attorney was notably Oracle and he took a prominent part in the doings of the old settlers association of Cass and at various times was honoured by election to up to the last elec Tion he had served for some time As being compelled to give up the office by failing Disbrow leaves a wife and three he has a Marvin Disbrow living in the East and an attempt was made to notify him of the death but he could not be the funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon at three Oclock at the congregational the will hold services at the wit hta t Gager and wife Are proud parents of a baby girl Bora to them tuesday the great Eye is in Griswold and a Ujj remain Here for some Albert Lane of the East was called to Lewis monday after noon to the Home of her son Perry Shours on account of the illness of his three weeks old baby who if quite sick with Haworth is nearing the he is constantly growing and his death is expected any miss Mildred Roush of Lewis was an Over sunday visitor at Home of her sister Earnest James Gardner has been of the sick list for several last thursday she had her Teeth extract Daisy Smith of Omaha ant tier sister Sophia showers re turned to Griswold sunday noon from a visit with Perry Shoura and family of Forsyth and returned monday weaker at most Ter noon from Ottumwa where Tut were called by the death of a a Stoa of the Young lady was buried sunday in that and Lawson Meredith were red Oak visitors saturday a business father Quinn of red Safe came up sunday in an autom Htit and held in Mairm has sick list for the past visiting at the Home of to his Home Billy Adams and wife living ohm mile East of town were Atlantic of lers Over sunday at the Home if and Al Harry Kirk of red Oak who in the veterinary business came up tuesday afternoon for Short visit with his Mother and Star Hopley of Exira Vived in Griswold on a visit to Home of her parents and de Caroline Sheridine m Atlantic visitors Jerome Grinnell went Down to Des Moines monday on a trip to get a couple of Ericksen of pleasant a life was in town monday to have psf hand cared several Days ago she ran a Sliver in her hand and now severe Case of blood Poison has set Henry Sothman is the possessor of a Fine new at Griswold this Roy Hedges of Atlantic came Day afternoon to join his family who have been visiting Here the part they returned Home most Rodney Pierce and her two a daughters Nellie and Estella Wert shopping and visiting in red oaf the latter part of last Emigh of Atlantic to her Home Friday afternoon a Short visit with her parents and Jack who has taking her Little girl to Omaha of have her eyes treated returned Hob saturday after taking another Tretta she is improved Wilbur Mann of Thurman was in the City today on their Way to Griswold where they will visit with friends and Quinn of Texas who been manager of the Ballace there returned Home tuesday for it visit with his family for a the several others drove Over to of in an automobile tuesday arts Najl on Harry Hopley of Lewis was Griswold visitor tuesday with and Dick who moved Down to with the Griswold Colony Are proud parents of a baby Bay into their family last
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