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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 2, 1910, Atlantic, Iowa Hurt Stoel dept or 1910 Corn beat it Large sized ears by nah made about and now Here the Les Are on exhibition from wednesdays daily Good Deal has been said about Corn this the Telegraph published some Good stories big Corn and some Fine Corn exhibited today who resides on june Childs place South of the Ilter two and a halt Miles offered his to the big Corn contest it is a Good Johnson theft at this office ten ears of yellow Corn raised on the farm above men the ten ears weigh twelve pounds and came out of the same he says he can bring six ears that will match up the same the total length of the ten ears is 10 feet and one and three begin laying rails from South quarters Johnson figure Dilt that it will take Only 58 ears of kind of Corn to make a spikes arrive today Railroad directors and officers hold an All night session last night from tuesdays Dally the directors of the Atlantic Northern and Southern Railroad held an All night session last night adjourning at this object of the meeting was discussion of Means for furnishing funds for furthering the work and getting the rails Laid by january it was arranged to have present director Webber of Louis who represents a Large bonding firm and the officers of the stated today that All plans worked Well and there will be ample funds to Rush the Road to com it was announced that the company will Start laying track at once from Villesca and work toward this Means that tracks will be Laid in both directions and it is now promised Tettat the Road will b Charles Hughart in Salt Lake raised near Atlantic was for a number of years very popular on the Oregon Short line the Cornia not show Corn but just big sized Field Corn and indicates the character of crop that can be raised i in Case it there is any farm in can county who can bring ten out of the same Field that will meet the same specifications As above we would like to hear from completing the canvass official figures Are Given out on a portion of ticket Des offi Cial count on the state ticket so far m completed shows Secretary of Anders Youtz Liang 9400 scattering for auditor Bleakley Blake Sopher Jen Jien cur it Ritter Kent others Are not completed a special meeting of the state Board health has been called for thursday to take charge of the typhoid epidemic in Des Moines and operated by the first of the two loads of spikes were re celled Here today and Twenty kegs by these give plenty o spikes to work with and everything is looking Rosy at the Railroad offic from mondays daily a message was received Here yesterday by Charles Humerick that his Rother inlaw Charles of Idaho had died in the hos ital in Salt Lake City yesterday morning at 10 the remains vill be brought hero Tor Lughart was raised near to was born in Madison he eaves a Hughart this City and a wife and son har he also leaves a sister e of Oklahoma and m Hughart of Nampa deceased had been a conduct or on the Oregon Short line for a lumber of years and for Severa tears had run the Portland special lie crack train of this he was Secretary of the order of railway conductors on his he Hai lived in Idaho for the past Twenty one Hughart was Nephew of Shannon of Thi the funeral announcement will be made latest news from Anita bomb interesting things that have happened during the past week in the Little City on the East special correspondence Shugg held thanksgiving services at Lincoln Center in the a number of Anita people went us adar thanksgiving co witness the Ball game Between Lewis and Larrabee and wife took the train for their new borne in a Tesla new Mexico last thursday of Clarence Weston who has been in Illinois for the past four months studying the jewelry Busi Ness came to Anita wednesday even ing and spent thanksgiving with his leaving Friday morning of Idaho where his family is located and will there go into Roy Stacey was Down from Adair saturday to attend the funeral of the lecture last saturday night by with and its Good folks Harne folks coming and going Mills provided for Mills will is filed Mills is sole executrix of the will and everything is left to her James civil War succumbs written for Telegraph what our writer has gleaned among the neighbors East of the City special correspondence Keller and son Richard were passengers to Des Moines Fri and Forsyth and wife drove Down after them sunday in the Kel Ler de Carson and children Are visiting at the Home of Carsons parents in George Richardson of Cumberland was in our City de Brown of Cumberland was in the City Beebe attended the funeral of Carey at Avoca e Eberle was in Atlantic a Short time saturday on Terry George was in Atlantic on business Ralph Goodwin of Brayton is vis iting at the Home of his Goodwin and wife North of and George and Mother Sara spent thanksgiving in Atlantic at the mrs Georges some facts about from wednesdays Dally the will of the late George 8 to consider Tho other health mat Mills of Lewis was filed at the court House today by attorney Macomber of to stills is left everything that Mills possessed and is made the sole of the will without it was tile apparent intention of the deceased to 1m his wife have everything with fun Power to carry on the estate As she sees Mills leaves his widow Well provided he has about in some in land in Casa county and interest in land in Dakota besides quite o Good Bunch of personal what five Iowa cows Are doing Butler of near Sidney Sells Worth of butter each month real estate transfers from mondays daily november 26 1910 Belle Mcmahon it Al to Anua Rob Inson we lot 1 sw4 sw4 4 76 Miller to Nellie Miller we Rind 12 lot 7 in ne4 nw4 and lot 4 in se4 nw4 9 76 Zeta Beckhart it Al t Miller und 56 lot 7 in ue4 nw4 lot 4 in ie4 nw4 9 76 Marion Lynch Cdr to Miller d 67 und 16 lot 7 in ne4 uw4 4 in se4 nw4 9 76 wednesdays daily november 1910 Mcwaid and wife to Emmet Millhollin we All lots 5 and 6 Bik i Brown and wife to of during the month of octo Slowa brother of late Gad at Home of his daughter near Audubon James Bryan aged 74 a Pioneer of Iowa died yesterday at the Home of his daughter Rice near he has been in falling health for More than two he was it brother of Gad who died in Des Moines last Bryan was born in Coshocton county Ohio in 1826 and came to Iowa in and for several years lived in the Vicinity of Indian Ola and Des Moines but during the last few years has resided on farm near he served Dur ing the civil War with the first Iowa cavalry and was promoted to the rank of Bryan was the youngest of a family of twelve child being the last to Bryan leaves five children Lou Bryan of los Angeles Cal Bryan of Guthrie Ceniti Rice of Audubon m the Oklahoma Texas and Western land agents Are singing songs to the Iowa Farmer of the wonderful opportunities to be found in their particular country for the accumulation of wealth let us not Overlook what is being done in this who resides some Miles South Jay Freeburg of Black and Clyde Stevens of Dee Bryan died about three years he lived there Strickland Gillilan was Fine and the entire Large audience seemed to fully appreciate every word of it and All went Home feeling they were highly Mclaughlin and family spent thanksgiving at the Home of Leach and Arthur Winder who has been up in Canada for some time came Home the first of the week to visit his peo ple his father expects soon to go to Florida and Arthur talks some of going with Kreitzburg had his family up from Elliott for thanksgiving Din Friday he and his wife were transacting business in Little Blanche Curtis of Atlantic was the guest of the Pegau family from to or Kriard were thanksgiving guests of and John Claire Lotze of Des Moines visited the past week with relatives in this George Miller was a guest at the Leach Home last the fire at the Home of Ralph Vernoi last sunday was heroically controlled by the ire the entire roof was destroyed and the goods damaged to a Large the family have moved into the Mcneeley property near by and will occupy it until their own residence is Parker and wife had a three Days visit from his sister who teach Val Weigand and family spent thanksgiving at the Barrett Over 72 years remarkable record of Hay recently near Harlan i we el3 of lot 7 blk 70 Dicks Lewis 2 Ann Eliza St Ninaber and to Des la so blk u Low George deeming and wife to geor Niswender cd sw4 ne4 november 1910 Jewett to Thomas Stephen we lot 8 of sub div nw4 se4 All 77 Godfrey Miller and wife to n we lot 2 of n2 1 in nw4 se4 28 77 Lewis Painter and wife to Herman we All a of River in w2 sw4 16 76 Sanny and wife to h Kel we w 90 lots 4 and 5 blk 10 Bolth Perkins wow to cd lot 4 blk 5 Fumall child badly burned to Telegraph Small child Herb Dorse living while playing about the was badly burned about the her churned from the milk of five cows 126 pounds of butter for which she found a ready Sale at a Good at 30 cents per Pound it amounts to with the cows valued at they would have to be milked Only seven months to pay for As the real estate agent would say to earn 100 per cent on the and in Only seven by a too Holstein cows Are the Choice of Butler for Pickrell Darnell wedding thursday i Massena Young Man has Villi sea Young a Bride pick Rell was married to miss Quintle Darnell of at the Home of the Pickrell is the son of Paulina Pickerell and is a highly respected Young Bride is a Niece of and who reside North of and last year she taught school in this Mak ing her Home with and Erickson where the two became a the Young people will re Hay Ward is dead at his Home in this three Miles East of the Vil Lage of he enjoyed the distinction of being one of the few men who were born in what is now the state of Iowa before same became a he was born april in Scott and had lived continuously in Iowa for More than seventy two years with the exception of four which he spent As a Soldier in an Iowa regiment in the civil is in she left sunday afternoon to be ready for school on monday Shugg and wife were guests at the Home of and Chester Crandall miss viable Dittman commenced to teach the Winter term at Willow Grove last and supine go to Des Moines the inst of the week and next tuesday expect to leave there for their future Home in Texas miss Fannie stauffer commenced her Winter terms of school last week and miss Alana stauffer monday of this these two Young ladies have been very successful in their school work and have each taught Home in this Weigand is in the shoe business in Saros in was an Atlantic Cal Ier miss Edith Foster spent the latter part of last week at the Patton Home in and l Watson and wife and or Gordinier of Lewis attended the dance Here wednesday Amos Forsyth gave dance in the Hall Here wednesday evening which was Well attended and everybody enjoyed a Good Roe was an Atlantic shopper and mrs Bert Beebe drove Over from Cumberland in their Auto Foster was in Atlantic on business Joe Mailander has gone to Nebraska to Hunt a location for a Pool Gus Mailander was a business Cal Ler in Atlantic life and family have moved Here from i miss Marie Weigand of Anita was in our City tuesday teaching her class in Mcwaid of Atlantic spent sunday at the quist Andrew j3cck and family North of town spent sunday at the quist a goodly number of Farmers finished husking their Corn last Thomas Hart is sur eng with a very painful also is Walter news from the Rich Nei Fumio Hood in West of the City of Atlantic special correspondence Kellogg was in Lota Day visiting his Slater mrs w Winters and daughter off m Anderson were in Atlantic Taejah Fredrickson and Ruby were shopping in a Tantal Ury of Walnut with Derby miss Pearl Wheatley re tums Home wednesday from Nebraska after a two months visit with her Niece Mabel Houck accompanied her Fred furry and family of moved into the Jim Sankey miss Zilia Darner of Des spent thanksgiving with her Walter reason returned Home monday from Shenandoah where of has been Ray Eusden came Home from Bor where he has been attending school and spent thanksgiving his and Pardee visited a few Days last week with relatives Fulton of Atlantic Spett saturday with her Friend Stewart of Chicago up Elf thanksgiving with his Rob reason and Raymond were in Walnut and in mar of Atlantic visited at the fudge Home Maud trailer visited lives in extra saturday and miss Emma Turk of Atlantis spent sunday with her parents will Young was in on f Sam Simonsen was Talaat Msj caller Fred Krambeck wont to Avoca monday As a witness a the Mccar thy and Clarke Frank trailer returned monday morning after a visit we tic relatives in Des Ellis of Avoca spent sunday with her son Charles and miss Bertha remion of Deses spent a few Days last week with her Arthur Erven and wife of be loft spent thursday at the Mathies Home and Crelghton of adar visited her and Mathies a Bright eyed baby girl arrived at formerly a Farmer near ithe Home of or and Henry re Mien thursday Mickle of Walnut was Here on business Bill Young and Tom Wood were Atlantic callers and George Gran visit d relatives in Lorah Grossman commenced work n the Railroad again Adam Young and Frank Belz were n Atlantic on business making plans for a number of terms in the same the Little one is s j year and a half old and in Ypon a Sove Bra Kettle of Side on the farm owned toy the near Pickrell and daughter Leah attended the it terminal Council ears of the Iowa it Omaha Short line have been at work during the past week laying out the terminal ground in this City in preparation for the Early commencement of building of George president of the new stated this morning that the work of con tractors along the line was running and would be completed in a few weather colonel Adams made an emphatic denial of the rumours being circulated that the motive Power of the Road would be and that the line was subsidiary to the Street rail Way Glenn Holmes came Down from Guthrie Center to spend thanksgiving with Bis King and children visited last week in Atlantic at the Home of her and Dorale has sold part of his farm to Lloyd Biggs and Carrie Richards daughter of White were married last wednesday and they bad the wedding feast on thursday at the Home of the brides Here but now of Marue made a Busi Ness Call Here Clarence Garter of Illinois is visit ing at the Keller Home North of this m George returned Home from Atlantic sunday morning Baum eater of Panama is visiting at the Home of her Moore and gri8wold Shrader the new restaurant Man made a business trip to Council Bluffs Davenport of Atlantic spent Friday and saturday in gris oui Lewis Baughman was a re1 Oak visitor the latter part of Tho Buckman wife and daughter of have been visiting at the John Brown Jake Conrad returned saturday morning from Omaha where he in been for several Josephine and Francis Davis who have been visiting Here for some time returned to their Home in Guth re Center Eunice Griffith and miss keel by of Atlantic came tuesday to be Griffiths new House cleaned to move in and Lary were upset the Kettle which water Over the Childs Taylor returned this afternoon from Des Moines where she has been visiting for the past few returning Home Carey bad business in Avoca Peter Scott returned the first of the week from a three weeks visit in Young has been quite sick from rheumatism for some George Allanson goes to Kansas City wednesday evening for a visit with Bis daughter living Branch passenger saturday morning Elvin Seeley made business trl to Council Bluffs and Harry col Friday a Haley entertained a num Ber of her married lady friends Fri Day saturday the poultry buyers of Griswold shipped put 105 of Robert Jones of Atlantic Ted Friday with her sister in Law Ira egg and family moved saturday from red Kewin made a business Trie o Davenport to and Mack a feb Brocklin saturday a or and Ernest Quck Unn if Walnut spent sunday with father and Mother Buckman Grant Mackrill spent Day in and Oconnor turned monday morning from Kins where they went to attend the funeral of a son of and mrs Smith Sam Bailey was an Atlantic caller Alice Hall was a Rei Busl Ness visitor Taylor visited lat Ter part of the week with Mack and wife of miss Alice Bryan of Lewis was it Griswold visitor tuesday Frank Oconnell went to ra5 Oak monday to work with the Bell Tele phone

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