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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 25, 1910, Atlantic, Iowa Official paper 01 Cass county Cass county Best Iowa february 1910 end testimony Culver and Plevell chief defend trading in declares speculators fill Gap Between producer and editor says bucket shops Are Back of Bcott insist that ban on futures would Aid Dlan exchanges closed Side of the Case in the movement to abolish transactions in the committee has yet to hear the insurgent Wing of he new York Cotton Exchange and a delegation from the new Orleans cot ton which does not agree to All of the statements made by the Rul ing these hearings probably will be held some time next week after which the committee will be ready to vote upon the proposed legis vice president Merrill of the Chi Eago Board of Edward Cul chief Grain inspector at president of the chief inspectors National association Ralph Pickell editor of the National Hay and Grain reporter of Chicago Snyder gushing new All in opposition to the Scott Bill and other similar and representative Frontia of North a in advocacy of were the wit from abound Briswold what in going on in that Busy Little town sliders and miss Alta Oxier married in Atlantic Friday both of these Young people have lived Inthis Community infest All their lives and Are Well liked by All who their Many friends wish them Success and a Long and Happy journey through George Laren sold his Beautiful Home in the Southwest part of the City the past Harry Deer and wife from near Elliott have been visiting at the Home of his parents and Deer of the East Side a part of the some newsroom of tit Wmk Tsu it past and Mike Plahn from would Aid Canadian read a Telegram from Frank King of pointing out the United states bus no on trading in Grain that and other Canadian mar i would expand rapidly if Congress Aronld american Grain ing that Congress should near Elliott have rented their farm to their Soninlaw Harry and Are moving this week to red Oak to retire from farm it was great Surprise sunday morning to Wake us and find to much Louis Deer from Des Moines has been visiting with his and Deer on the East Wilber Shick of Omaha has been visiting his parents a part of the past week in this h the postmaster is hav ing the Posto Allce papered up in a Fine style which is great improve ment in the looks of the and Roy Willits of Council Bluffs were visiting at the Home of Willits parents and Brown in this City re turned to their Home Friday after the Griswold school teachers de parted Friday afternoon to attend the teachers meeting at a few mrs Sears returned to her Home in Anita saturday after spend ing a week at the Home of her Daugh Walter mesdames Cazad an East left last tuesday for Kansas City to buy millinery goods for Cazas Mil Linery the marriage of miss Luta har Wood of Massena and Floyd Hoover of Illinois occurred last week at the Home of Frank Maas was the scene of a Small fire last thursday it was Given prompt attention Anc very Little damage resulted from the Ivi if future delivery made upon legit state boards of is As much difference be tween regular boards of Trade Ana he As Between National and Faro Pickell threw a bomb into lamp by declaring that the bucket shops Are behind the Scott Merrill was a Star for thirty two years he has been a Mem Ber of the Board of he never had executed a speculative he declared the decision the supreme Chirt in the Christy ease had Given the Chicago Board of Trade a clean Bill of health and he believed the Scott Bill was Union Stith he said therein always an intent to receive or deliver in its trans that hedging of Grain is an absolute certainty to the that fill a Gap Between the pro sneer and the Taft withdraws names nominations of judges for customs court held up the presi Dent withdrew the nominations of Al Fred William James Orin and Marlot to be judges of the court of customs x the explanation at the White House at the withdrawal of the nominations that these positions were offered with the understanding that they were to get a year a provided to the Payne Congress having refused to provide More than the president Felt it would be better to withdraw the names unti he had time to inform the men Noel used of the facts and ascertain whether they were willing to accept wider the new it is known that some of the proposed judges wll Bot accept atthe reduced pays for childrens Visi Brockman will have All family i Golden wedding if and mrs Brockman of Alton will nex monday celebrate their Golden wed Ding anniversary at their urine a in order to insure the presence of us tha living children and grandchildren Brockman proposes to pay All the travelling Bills necessary Tor them a to be present on that occasion As there Are nine living children and no grandchild ten and they Are Proctor and were Over sunday visitors at the Home of proctors parents and John Knoke in this 6l Atlantic came Friday afternoon to attend to some business interests George Mackrill living three Miles Southeast of town received word Friday that i sister living in Des Moines had a severe fall on the be and probably would prove Mack Rill went to see her Fri Elmer Honnald and his Bride re turned to their Home in Griswold after a few Days honeymoon at Shel y and other miss Mildred Roush of Lewis came Down saturday afternoon to Isit her sister and family and Ernest and John Martin of City and Marton of Bone were Over sunday Visi tors at the Home of their sister George Scarr in Lou Deer returned to his Home in Des Moines after a weeks visit with his parents and quite a crowd of Young men and boys with tin pans and everything that could make a noise gathered at the Home o f by Man Friday night at a late hour to Welcome the Home coming of Frank and his Warne Muler of Noble township shipped his car Load of implements and household goods to George Kilpatrick who has been attending school at Drake in Des Moines returned to his Home in Griswold saturday de mar bit of Santa Rosa arrived in Griswold Friday to at tend the 50th anniversary of the marriage of his parents and a patriotic program in memory of Washington and Lincoln was Given at the school House on tuesday of j was a visitor in Omaha several Days of last and Marlowe arc attending the automobile show in Omaha this born to and Chester win tera on a the Christian Home Aid met at the Home of Bowen on tuesday and mrs Black and Are Mccornick returned the first of the week from a three weeks in the and Wray Wilson Are rejoicing Over the arrival of a boy and a girl who arrived monday protracted meetings Are in pro Gress at the b conducted by and Robert Garside will move to Oklahoma about the first of Francis Casey who has been quite ill with pleurisy is now Convel Cong Henry Moore returned Sun Day from the Vicinity of Etna where was called by the illness and death of her Gibson of Lenox is a guest at the Home of and Wray i lenten services conducted by father Mcdernott were held at the Catholic Church this week and woman is Home missionary Meta hems of interest happening a of note that have i taken place there Jenkins will move to the Budd property on West 3rd the first of blood started for it Lins the first of the week to visit her son Frank and family and will also visit her son Harry and wife in miss love Jenkins is expected Home this week from Oregon where Ahe ban spent the Winter with her grandpa tents or Shelton of Simpson col lege is to deliver a lecture in the Church on the evening of feb the boy of the twentieth e preached in the Buck Creek chuch last sunday the latest change of business property in Anita is the Sale of the Grace meat Market to Campbl for the sum of Lang the furniture Man is sick with a lame Back for a few Preston of Avoca was in town monday visiting Simmons and wife have been loading a car the first of the week with to Weir household goods and will soon be a Thome on their farm in Clark Venion visited in at lactic Nels Johnson entertained a company of ladies saturday after society met at the Home of Mcwinna on Friday Simon Wyckoff has returned from Council leaves a husband and nine children some of them very the two older girls arc married and one of them a the other Pul Hoft of the remains were Laid to rest in the Griswold i Mercer and Jim a canse made a business trip to red Oak monday Fred we Olenhausen returned to Bis Home tuesday morning from Chicago where he went with some Fine cattle the last of last Bruce and Charles Kriger made a business trip to Atlantic John Swanson went Down to Des Moines As delegates for the Sweed ish lutheran Church tuesday morn Henry morph it of Texas arrived in Griswold monday to attend the Golden wedding of his parents and a family reunion which was celebrated Fred Dahl of Anita came Down the latter part the week and bought a Fine team and Tooke them Back with him As lie will farm his Fathe Ringawa farm the coming Ling of Oskaloosa arrived in Sounier s and family Are moving Back to this tuesday the 22d was observed by the members of the and their families by a sumptuous Din Ner in the masonic after the feast the company listened to a recitation Leila Wagner and an and res by Shugg Wilth enjoyed Blakesley of Iowa is in the City for a ten Days visit and her Many friends Are giving her a miss Grace link went to Atlan saturday and is Jisuing with the Anita literary club had their annual banquet at the Home of major where their husbands were the honoured they had a Fine course luncheon and also a Good program for the evening and All report a Good wednesday evening at half past seven Oclock at the Home of the miss Grace Hunter and Clarence Palmer both of Anita were United in these worthy Young people have lived nearly All their lives in this City and their friends Are Many and All wish them a Happy and prosperous journey in Cushman officiated in the presence of relatives and a Tew they will reside on Maple Street the present Home of the Jenkins will move in the Mcneeley property i the East part of town and Brown will occupy bloods Home during her stay in the Adam Haist and his daughter what is doin6 in Marne the coming and going of people and other item Christensen and Dora were shopping in Atlantic on returned Home wednesday after a abort visit with her daughter Hyatt in de Wheeler and Fred Grodt at tended the play Elmo in Atlan tic wednesday Gus Grodt and Henry Nave were Atlantic callers Winters and wife were in Atlantic o business Martin Bendixen returned Home tuesday afternoon from Elk Horn where he has been visiting friends afew Perry Clark of Walnut visited at the Oscar Mcfadden Home wednes Day and John Stalter of Ohio is visiting his sister de Carlson was shopping in at lactic Andrew Lastine was in at lactic getting some dental work Arthur trailer was in Avoca on thursday on miss Ida Krambeck was in Atlan tic Between trains miss Grace trailer attended the play in Atlantic wednesday and de trailer attended Lodge in Atlantic wednesday even ing Manly Dunham spent last thursday at the Edgar Thompson miss Mayme Peterson of Anita is visiting her Manly Iowa miners select officers annual election takes flaw throughout schedule meeting in april Claus Krambeck went to Omaha on business Derby was in Atlantic last thursday Vernon of Anita spent Sun Day a the Chae enteral Midelis ladies Aid society from Buck Creek thursday Harrison of Anita returned Home wednesday after a few Day visit Here with his daughter mrs Winters who is working in Avoca spent sunday with his Fame widely it is estimated the of transportation will amount to about Sterling Box company failure x unable to obligations the erring Box and mapaiacturin2 com by through its John an of All morph it of which was celebrated wednesday by their rela Tives and or Gandy who have been living a the Lyham House on the East Side for the past year Are moving out on their James of arrived in Griswold the last of the week to look after some business Henry Metcalf of Chicago has been visiting with friends and relatives a part of the past week in this x John Gager of Omaha arrived Friday on a business she has rented her House for the of Ardett ent Griswold tuesday morning to attend the funeral of his sister an Thony Frank kill Patrick of Grant ship Ped a very Fine steel Grey stallion to his brother who lives in Harlan tuesday Frank Wyman and wife went to Lewis tuesday afternoon to spend a few Days at the borne of her parents and marked today from tuesdays daily at one thirty this afternoon Fred Toepfer of this Vici Niter and miss Dora Towler were United in marriage at the parsonage Oft the German on 5th to Bert Wyman who will evangelical Rev Braun per t Ettla Valino mov e forming the Young Anthony Danley living people Are Weir known a vols county mkt Iusie farm were both have reared to in v Jil 1 Mau James Stevenson expect to Start for their Home in Canada the first of next the Royal neighbors and their families had an evenings entertain ment in the Odd Fellows Hall Fri Day after a Good pro Gram they were feasted in the Din ing room and had a Royal Good de Walner sold his place West of the school House grounds last week for Carey made a business trip to Kansas City last Guy and family Are mov ing into the Saufter property vacated by Simmons this Gordon Stone and two Sisters spend the Winter in California and will soon leave for where he is cultivating a fruit farm and will spend Home time there be for or turning to Anita w Copley of was in town last thursday his wife father John the entertainment by the College girls and Eccles last Widnes Anta a had for a Long the House was crowded and should they Wheeler and son Mont at tended a Sale in adar Fred and Gus Grodt lost a horse the horse slipped and fell breaking its Rev and wife Are visiting at Buck Creek this miss Margaret Nelson was shop Ping in Atlantic misses Mcgrath and Elma Wood and Cook attended the teach ers meeting in Atlantic Cook and daughter were shopping in Atlantic trailer was in Wal nut saturday getting some dental work Grossman was in Atlantic Between trains Turkel Jensen and Don was in Walnut on business Foy and Clio Harris of Atlantic spent saturday and sunday with their Austin John Backsen shipped four car loads of cattle to Chicago Friday miss Mcgrath attended her uncles funeral in Walnut Mont Wheeler shipped his goods pets to men win undoubtedly demand her of changes in schedule of robbery of malls Des when sack la taken from truck on of Des annual election of officers in the Iowa organization of miners was but As the local unions Are scattered a Large area the result will not be known Lor some it is that John White of Oskaloosa Bat been reelected which will insure a conservative handling Ottha affairs of the Union in a District with nearly the annual convention to fix the wage scale will not be held until in but at the various meetings plans were Laid for the delegates to there is no doubt that the miners will demand a number of changes in the schedule of motives of a Coal dealer complains to the state Railroad commission about failure to get cars of Coal from West Liberty and Cedar rapids and asks Are the railroads doing All they Caa to get this Coal As they aay they or Are they holding it that they May confiscate it for their Owa use the Railroad commission de clones to answer the question a it is purely psychological and they Are unable to say what is going on la the minds of the Railroad very Many such complaints Are a slow sending in collector of internal Revenue for the Northern District at states that a efts of Tioli have been very slow Lii sending in their As required under tha new Federal the4r time limit to March and a very Large proportion Are still and he Belloria that a great Many penalties will be at fixed for failure to make the for sack of mall a daring robbery of the United states malls occurred at the Rock ilk and when a sack of mail waa taken from the mall truck on the plat form by some who the mall sack was found in an allay by a Man on his Way to detectives Are working on the Post office authorities have inspected the mail and believe nothing is River Crawford county willing to care of its part of county is about to undertake the making a straight Channel for tvs Boyer River through part of its it is estimated that this will Cost Naff by Morris tha county has reported in favor of the plan and the Board of super visors has set a Date to tear object the proposed new Channel will be dug entirely away irom the will be forty feet Broad at the top i the postponed lecture of Adrian Newens is billed for March 14 and no doubt from the reputation of the Man Anita will have a Good Kelloway has been very sick threatened with but i Snow miss Emma Mcintire entertained a company of lady friends last Fri Day evening As a prenuptial show Twenty feet wide at the Tat improvement will be about Eleva Miles extending from a Blua above Arion to the Vicinity of Harrison county is expected to cob to Lune the new Channel through that the improvement will Bot Only Benefit the but Advt the Railroad companies loss from washing out of v Ruth Hurley Long pcs condition of miss Ruth who has been la a comatose state Over a to Rev ported it was announced following a Liat 5itj buttering from Rente e for miss Grace gifts were Granite and the Ware Beautiful marriage licenses Lille Henry Edith Maud the spinal Chov brought c killed in operating a struck by a s Ach and die he farm of when of by tha Little youth aged who eighty Earold tured after two majr he h is Woodbury is temporarily Don i re come this certain again to Are need any one returning our Stag Large red Iowa Junr Rinnen Dee word

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