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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 18, 1910, Atlantic, Iowa Official paper Cass county the 42 Good words of the press Cass county Besl february 1910 Phibb per tour the in of Des Moines and is treasure he that Ufi Wiseman will make a splendid Success of the Atlantic Tele graph every one of his Many friends is he has the newspaper what they think of Wisbin Tinct developed to a Marrable Man at his Home a very Strong he is an easy and forcible Baa a marvelous nose for news and combines Good business the Telegraph considered one of the Best newspaper properties in Western Iowa the Best wishes of the news i papers fraternity in Des Moines go with him to his new some Wiota happenings what it going on in that buy Little Telegraph to change hands March 1st William Wiseman of Des Moines to be the new editor and Lewis items of in frets important Newi from that thriving Little town death Glass killed by Railroad Iraq at six this morning Fulton and sister Lora Graham were visitors in Atlantic on an instantly from thursdays daily from Register and Leader the Atlantic one of the leading daily newspapers of Western was yesterday purchased by miss Marie Weigand of Anita was Wiseman of this Malaga Wiota visitor of the Dob Moines engraving com1 Schwab was a Lewis visitor Wiseman will assume tool on March 1 and will move his Knoll and daughter Lena family to Atlantic the film of were Atlantic callers Wiseman has been one of the Herve Johnson of Beira vis Active figures in newspaper circles in item Here a few Days last Des Moines for the past fifteen miss Zola Vernon spent sunday at he began his career in this City As a her Home in reporter on the following this miss Graham of Atlantic was a up with reporting on the he Wiota visitor subsequently became City editor of Joe Robinson spent sunday the leaving that paper to at the Mart Mcmahan serve a Short time As City editor of Hensley is spending a the Register and Leader and then Tiik few weeks at the Phillip Trainer ing control of the Des Moines Engrav Home near ing he is a product of the and Cornell spent Public schools of Des of a few Days last week with friends Simpson College and of the Western in Reserve University in i Ona Malone was an Atlantic vis Telegraph Good Sheet i Tor saturday and the Atlantic Telegraph is one of and John Clausen were the influential callers pers of the it is thirty nine and Goodwin of years old and was founded by Lafe Brayton spent a few Days Here with who was elected to the state friends this Senate three times during his and Fred Herchenbach were Atlantic callers the Telegraph has always been a miss Correll spent sunday at her Strong Republican h waa the Home in first paper to announce the candidacy Anna and Mary quist were Atlan of Byers for the tic visitors eyes of the nation Are on the contest Knoll returned Home Between general Byers and judge from Griswold Friday after spending Walter Smith in the ninth District the past week there with of judge Smiths Floy Brooks and Violet Rice were candidacy for speaker to succeed Atlantic callers Uncle Joe Cannon and because of Howard Judd was in Atlantic on attorney general Byers determined business for Reform it is expected that the Atlantic Telegraph will play an important part in the Fluffy freed by Woodruff Deal for Stock closed today new owner an energetic Young Man of wide newspaper will move to this City at awol end while attempting to catch train the red Oak lodges conferred the first degree in the subordinate Lodge after which a banquet was served and a delightful time enjoyed by All i from thursday Dally miss Grace Dan tells was an Atlan th8 morning about seven Oclock tic caller Ray Dungan of this City answered n Emma Jackson returned to Telephone Call which announced the her Home from an extended visit in mrs Glass of this City had Omaha monday Robert Ward and baby came in from Kansas City saturday after noon to make an extended visit with her parents Danells and Ralph Olds was an Atlantic caller suddenly killed about six Oclock this morning at Shannon according to the report received the Telephone this morning Glawf was on his Way from the hotel to Thi depot when an incoming train struck him killing him miss Anna Laura Wood ii la said was going from Shannon Ward and Corley Conlon entertained City to Murray to visit with Hlf a number of Young folks at the Home the news of his death if of the former on monday evening to an awful Shock to this entire a Valentine the rooms were1 Munty where Glass is held by tastefully decorated in red hearts j from wednesdays daily the Atlantic Telegraph publishing company today entered into contract to Transfer All Stock of the company to new owners who will take poses bion of the newspaper March the William Wiseman of Des Moines and Small Whit cupids and the enter Mglass was born at will be the editor and manager and chief stockholder of the new Corpora to intent was most appropriate for juy but came to Iowa we tit Tion and he will be in the City in a few Days to assume control of the prompt Flat a delightful luncheon parents when quite Small and the Transfer involves the entire Plant of the Atlantic Telegraph to Gether with the Good will of the the present Anderson will retire March 1st from Active management and the present stockholders will be out of the company at that the Telegraph is not in a position at this time to announce the plans of the new Wiseman writes As follows i expect to be in at lactic March the during the past few weeks i have visited Atlantic several times and have been More than pleased with the City and the people 1 have 1 unconvinced that Atlantic is just coming into her own and spent a most delightful and when a Young Man kept a Fulton was a visitor in Here he also met his future wife Mill Atlantic miss Katherine daughter of the accompanied her Home being Able to pastor at Melrose and they were mar leave the Hospital at that ried at Knoxville november Berry and Benten children were born of this Ugloi Nett and wife and Shearer and mrs Maude Nelt Jones who died some Yean ago at the age of Twenty one died wife took dinner with and wife Mccuen and wife of Atlantic in who that the population of the City will be largely increased in the next attended the meetings at the Church led at twelve from an accidental gun for some time i have been looking for a newspaper location and i of Here monday Fichot from the hands of a have chosen to come to Atlantic rather than accept any of the other open Ings which were i May say for the new company that it is our under the to support continuing Wiseman management attorney general tue Teu graph has Vii a ii Miller of years been under the Jan agonies of Anderson who will Boih and James Anderson o the in pianola Herald were interested in the1 i i prom daily capital one of the Best known newspaper men in tie City and for the past three years manager of the Des Moines com today purchased the Atlantic daily Telegraph from and who Havn owned it for the past twelve wife Man will assume control March first and will move his family to Atlantic the first of i the Atlantic Telegraph is one of the Best known newspapers in the it was founded thirty nine years ago by Lafe who ran it for Nineteen years and then removed to Des Moines to become editor and proprietor of the next to the Council Bluffs no Parie it is the largest and most influential new spa jury at Atlantic directed to re turn verdict for the defendant tuesdays Dally a verdict for the defendant was directed by judge Woodruff at yesterday in the Case of the against charged the embezzlement of Public Ottaw Attavio a motion was made by the to strike out evidence offered by proving conversions of Public Money by on the ground that be had made restitution of such and that it required both con version an loss o the county to constitute a this motion was bus and a verdict for the defend hive moved their factory Shrauger Johnson now occupying Fine new quarters an Atlan tic caller class 3 of the Church of Christ or residing in Kansas aim to run a clean Republican we Are taking up the Telegraph gave a Kitchen Shower for miss Ethel two Barton 88 a business proposition because we have Faith that the City and surround Starr on monday afternoon at the of Menlo and Harold nor Daff ing country will support an up Odate Dally and weekly Home of or mrs a have of there will be Many matters of policy which will doubtless come up h i is c ave 0r i visiting for some time with resided at Melrose for five years we Are unable to discuss at not being fully and wife for their moved to red Oak where they with the local the Telegraph will be a Strong Booster for at Home in Henderson tuesday after manned four years then a few Teaff it will have decided convictions on All the political and moral issues at Grant an for Twenty five has before the people and will be fearless in expressing no interests miss Susan wheatly came in from Eden Here he worked m Are Back of the newspaper and it is simply a business proposition on the Walnut tuesday afternoon to visit the Blacksmith Trade for a few part of the the new management is not a makeshift but hero sister Henry then took work with an i Bufi will be n permanent business publican paper Ever since it was founded and Wiseman proposed to continue it As one of the influential Republican newspapers of the District and the although their building is not quite Wise Nuin Well Complete the lightning Rod factory owner is eminently Oral yesterday completed their moving in Fiert to make a Success of their new this Makse he is the son of a Wise them one of the finest rooms possible Man and was born in Fremont county for such a line of business As they he was educated in the pull 2 Are engaged besides the Light schools of Des at Simpson Ning Rod they have taken College and at the Western Reserve Over the neck Yoke factory and the Academy in returning to Des Geed Corn they Are now be Molnes in 1899 he went to w re on gotta Tang with Gerlach to Manu the repertory Al department of the facture his Patent porch and will being associated with Henry probably close a Deal As we Dawson and other wheel understand this firm plans to Man horse of the journals tvs Craft in the facture a number of special articles after a Short time on the and place All of them in the hands of Leader he came to the with their travelling this in which he was associated for several Terr using firm have built up an sex first As City Hall reporter and Cellenti business in this City and their City a Short ser new quarters will provide ample vice As City editor for the Register room for them to operate their Varl i Jones and Jordan Wen to stance company at the time of hit Antic wednesday morning to Ope death was general agent for the ate on Saunders who was chants and Bankers insurance taken to the Hospital tuesday his Christian life was commented Early and he was superintendent Macomber and Gifford of the sunday school at Melrose Alif were business Ial lors in Atlantic on Grant and was for Many Yeam Leader in this Roberts left for he was a kind and cheerful wednesday after a pleasant band and ready to Bear visit with relatives than his share of labor and Seri Camp was an Atlantic caller he main tallied an attitude of Universal go miss Blanch Camp entertained a will but was not wanting in courage few Young ladies at her Home sat when the cause he deemed right Way ii Rudy evening to a miscellaneous to be he did much Shower for miss Ethel who is make Atlantic a temperence town to be married this wednesday eve and was always interested in the Enung to Frank Wyman of girls interests of his fellow of a most enjoyable evening was left an example and testimony of spent by i Faith that has brought nearly All Hlf miss Edith Brown was an Atlantic children to a Public declaration of caller Faith and membership in the miss Mary Montague was an at a wide Circle of friends extend heart lactic caller i sympathy to the bereaved household and Beckerbauer came in this sorrow that has so suddenly Down from Atlantic Friday evening come upon to visit relatives the funeral services will be held miss Edith elision Taino in from at the methodist Church on Sun Hajj Des Moines saturday morning to vis afternoon at by the it with her parents Elston listed by and she returned to her Glass was a member of the school work at Drake tuesday morn modern brotherhood and also of the Woodmen of the Macomber was a business Culler in Atlantic Verlo and Ethel Starr were Atlantic callers Jerry Murnan came from Scotts two weddings today yesterday afternoon at at the Christian parsonage occurred the and Leader preceded his assuming Ous lines of the Telegraph William Wiseman who will be publisher of the Telegraph after March 1st Wiseman has been engaged in the printing and in grave ing business since leaving College and in Well equipped for the service Jeneral machine work he started a number of years ago As a reporter on the old Des Moines lead1 we have decided to do general or under Allan later he was employed on Lafe Youngs Rapij machine work for the surrounding Tal where he remained a number of three years ago he resigned As we have recently employ City editor of tie capital to become manager of the Des Moines de George formerly icon Flany business of its kind in the he is a native of employed by the Hunter Iron Iowa and bib father has been a Well known resident of Des Moines for works As our head thirty besides having been actively engaged in newspaper work firing in your work and we will do Wiseman has in times past been a contributor to Eastern Anil ii As i saturday morning to or we Hedrick to it his wife and children a few Matilda both Are Well known he left for Idaho on business Mon people in this today the wedding of Raymond Harris to miss Eva Laud Runi occurred at the Home of drum on North Locust there were about thirty five guests prevent to witness the the was nicely decorated in White and a delightful misses pro scylla Davis and Beatrice Moffett were visitors in Atlantic sat As it Eui be dial longer has charge of our luncheon Wass Pink wedding new manager Howard Pike arrived la that City last from red where he has accepted the position made vacant by hahns v the present stockholders of the Telegraph take pleasure in Coin Ulm Wagon painting i Pike will move his family mending lie new company to the business and Homo interests of Atlantic there is none bettor i Here within a few and will the of the Deb is pleased to note the improvements and Cass we have been made acquainted in part with us of big in your work Atlantic his he hag been engraving making and Hopes they the incoming editor and feel sure that the newspaper Tamon into Good before the prints with the Bell Telephone Tor my los Wiseman waa one of the up a Large Ati anti Canning co past seven

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