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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 28, 1910, Atlantic, Iowa
Cass county Best january j910 Price per Sab Ivan the of Iowa a Ftp Hay famine the Supply steadily dwindles and is now extremely the prices soar to High Iowa s just getting Over the fears of a Toal there is another article is getting so scarce As to Border m the degree of and that is Early this fall there was a great amount of Hay on Farmers were Belling wild Hay at while Timothy was going at and with the extreme weather and unusual Snow the Large supplies have men who supposed they would have Large Eva titles for Are now wild Hay is Worth from to while Timothy ranges from to Ami prospects Are it May reach or More before thus beating All records High prices will compel the premature marketing of a great Quantity of cattle and for feeders find it impossible to get feed of any Usu ally the Corn Fields offer a Larga amount of but because there is 50 per cent of the Corn unpacked ant because of the Snow and cold weather this valuable feeding ground is practically Cut necessitating the farm ers to feed All where Corn Fields Are in condition to turn cattle it is the animals will not stay in the Fields to eat because of the deep Snow and the cold weather that has the Scarcity of Hay will have a considerable effect on the Price of Corn and will tend to make meal still some hews from Massena happening of the week told in a few Jar and mrs Henry Colliau Are re Joicin j Over Hie of a which arrived 2o Jasper hostels left last week Oil a business trip to Nebraska mrs Vav c Mccurdy and mrs k c Anita hems of interest happenings of note that have taken place there miss Myrtle Alorton of visited last week with her brother George and family and with other friends in daughter of and mrs Harvey Campbell has been sick with Hill returned from Mitchell Scarlet fever but is now getting bet Ville where they were called to the bedside of a Slek sister i Glen Campbell and Jenkins the woman Home missionary so Are having a two weeks vacation piety moots on saturday the 29th at in their schools on account of sick the Home of mrs c b Parkinson brain Sim is lieutenants plea fit of insanity Given As reason for officers of the Bennet denounces charge Sis false matrons attack arouses ire of new York defence infamously and maliciously and l ate ments made in advanced on behalf of lieutenant Adolph Langhurst of the coast Artil in the House by representative Macon of Lery who was placed on trial Arkansas representative Beimel of before a specially organized court mar new a member or the uni Mara at Nyrl arose to a question tall at fort and charged with several serious violations of the army lieu tenant Langhurst charged with neg Leet of breach of arrest and disobedience of was the plea he entered and this was followed by a statement of his coun Sel lieutenant Al though perfectly sane at the present had suffered one of the sudden fits of insanity dubbed brain Stoy during the thaw Ami that he was from this kind of Insan Ity at the time he committed the deeds complained it was he was not fights land Bill ohioan opposes measure submitted by Secretary Secretary of the Interior Garfield appeared before the Senate committee of Public land and opposed the Bill submitted by Secretary author izing the Secretary to withdraw Publ lands from settlement pending recommendation to confess for legislation in reference to Garfield declared that Legisla Tion of this character was As the president had authority under the existing Law to withdraw Public lands believed to contain valuable Tler Ber or or to be valued for the development of he took the position that there was no Good reason for extending this Power to the Secretary of the i Ness in the w d Hancock returned monday j Frank Douglas has sold his farm from a business trip to mid will locate near Rev Harwood closed a successful1 Pratt was Over from Bray three weeks term of revival meetings ton last Ings at Victoria last week he com 1 ionian was Down from fenced services at Pine his Adair Friday evening and was very other country appointment on Sun much interested in the Day evening kit in who runs the feed ban or and mrs Arthur Hayward of has rented the Alvord property or Idaho Idaho and mrs Al Hay Hie Corner of Locust and 3rd streets Ward of were guests occupied by Jenkins and Fain at the Home of Greenleaf and ily at wife several Day of last week Orrin mums has rented his Tarn to or and mrs Leon Smiley and will move to town in the Spring Jan a boy i so that he May have better schoo or and mrs returned week from a several weeks trip in thursday opening a sled Load o the South and West Young people of the United Evan or and mrs Fred Slocum and fall helical Church went to John tenderly Are visiting mrs Slot urns parents sons East of town if spend the eve in Harold Allen has returned to his the Goforth and Turner families Home in Montana after spending Sevare very Busy preparing to move t eral months in Titis place with rela Tives and friends or and mrs Edward Wagner have moved into the Krause property in the North part if own or Richard Edwards left last week for a visit with relatives in Oklahoma miss Arnold is clerking in Paris is at the mercy of the terrible flood usually peaceful scene is now a raging Many villages Are completely t floods have brought disaster to a huge part of the ordinarily peaceful Seine is now a raging torrent and rising at the rate of More than half a such an As it Turbo ugly rushes seawards it leaves the message of increasing the general expectation that the maximum of the flood would be readied today has not been the seines ally cents have risen Stead Tho victims of the flood number More than and monetary loss is thousands of poor Are hopelessly the government Lias requisitioned army and Navy material for the Relief of the the Region of inundation is steadily enlarging and Many placet Are completely some Nai lowly escaping with their in Paris the situation is rapidly be coming the floods spreading Sartu is Ali compact by built District which is being rap Jar Lyall the streets la arrondissement Are running Paris is practically Cut off South West and if the present conditions continue the question of the food Supply will become Only the tops of the at Albertville Are the water aver aging twelve feet deep in the at this place persons have been rescued by the rescuers had More to contend Wilh than the turbulent groups of apaches had gathered and soon wore engaged in the work of they seized several of tha boats and robbed rescued and rescuer finally a Force of soldiers appeared on the scene and drove off the f there were Many cases of drowning and death to the aged and sick As a result of shoe and and expect to be ther by the Middle of next Knowlton who has been ill for a couple of weeks is Able to be Over town miss Lizzie District Dep Uty president installed tie officers in the Rebeckah Lodge for the pres ent term As follows Dora state Hospital needed defend the commission against the at tacks which were made upon or Bennet declared the gentleman from Arkansas by a five minutes walk from the could have reached the Headquarters of the commission and could have found the charges he voiced were from a sprains while Choppin nolo Timber Parkinson inking the place of 0 Eva 0 Lar amiss Pru Ilie who is suffering Secretary Tda treas i user Elvira g on Sarah c Flavia Chris Olson m Southeast of chaplain Maud War Dan Jorgenson caught under a Den Delia conductor an Fol Long tree an i a very Sena g Grace win present be is vere injury Panama libel suit opens Federal prosecutor makes statement of Case to new of the Panama libel suit brought by tin gov Ern ment against Tress puh Vishini publishers of the vor1 j in Earnest in that vein d Enurla District attorney Wise opened Lor the by stating tie general nature of tie ease lip expected to including the alleged Theo Dore Roosevelt Aud William then president and Secretary of Ami others during the last presidential Campaign and Tho circulation of alleged libellous matter in Federal and returned from in Joe Homi to of Viroma Earnest Shi Titius relative Mescudi to Crest Iii on1 the Chris met at Tho i i e doctors want it for in stages of Des state hos Pital for patients in the advanced stage of tuberculosis May be asked of the next legislature by the state med ical at a meeting of the Council of tha secretaries and presidents of the Conn by medical held in the Chamberlain it was agreed among the physicians that a slate Hospital for those for whom there is no Hope of recovery is absolutely necessary to protect Public it is in the last stages of the ills ease and not in its in Cip ency when tie disease becomes most Tho recommendation for this state Hospital was made by Kime of fort in his paper before he Council on that his recommendation met the immediate a a business trip miss Linehan on House furnish Provol of the you Ulii and will be miss Meltire on civilized before Tho stale of Dakota is vis Boatright cooking Sholds its sessions in Des Moises in Mil friends in this an science As a k each member at Roll rail responded Parmer killed in runaway was a passenger by giving a favorite the y last hostess gave the members a Jolly George Cummins loses life and Roy Home Aid society Sleigh Rifle to and from her Whitman i near of Mccoy cum along As Well As would be expected Krigest Hosfelt have on thursday the Anita visit with relatives literary club met Wilh papers were read by big drainage suit begins at Logan Soldier River Case Given Blunt of Way in Case of the state Henry Marley and All other criminal cases have been postponed until the March term of court and the Soldier River drainage Case taken up Soulier River drainage project contemplates an expenditure of 000 for excavation of a Channel for the diversion of the Soldier River and perhaps additional expenditures for damages to be from the Railroad company All of is for tiie reclamation of swamp and overflowed variously est Imaad from to the project also contemplates a Complete diversion of hid Soldier beginning at the Point 01 overflow in the and Thenie in a southwesterly Delreo i n Inin i try Lake Witul into tie mis Mick on n Puesi of Ieru ves in town the third in the was killed by Wallius from a Lead 01 hav when the team of Criswold was Linure fears Tariff War billed fur Adrian last tuesday Ivi and word was received luring the afternoon and Koy Millhollen have that they could be Here so the moved into their new Home in the time Lias been set for a month Southeast part of it seemed unfortunate for tuesday fast engine overturns Engineer and fireman killed in wreck on twentieth Century engine on the new York Cei itral twentieth Century turned completely Over near it Slid 300 feet before it under the engine pits fireman Melvin Handville was crushed beyond recon the John attempted to leap when eng no left the but he was caught be tween the engine and tender and Cut crushed in a terrible none of the coaches left the though the trucks of several of them Are most of the passengers were thrown from their berths and weve slightly ship subsidy fight soon Humphrey measure almost certain to pass the one of the interesting contests of the ses to Fra will occur on the floor of the it is when the and ship subsidy Bill comes Frem the committee and is called up for the which was introduced by representative Humphrey of is now in the commit tee on merchant Marine and fisheries and will be finally considered probably next if Humphrey a vote on his National Board of Trade sees in Germany Tariff relations Between the United states Aud Germany have reached almost an acute stage and it occurs to me that the Commerce of our country is Likely to suffer severely Germany present attitude is said presi Dent Frank Lalanne of Philadelphia in his address at the convention of the National Board of it is continued for the National Board of Trade to get into Friendly touch with the leading trades bodies of Germany and a com results which perhaps might Aid the department of Commerce and la another very important subject is we need More labor More House i favor keeping out All who Are physically or morally but i do not believe la the educational for there Are Many lines of Industry in which Book knowledge is not required and la which strength and skill can be util i think there should be Wise Laws passed for the better distribute of of immigrants who come now most of the immigrants Are rushed off to the West a number of the masonic Frater evening was a bed nity attended the funeral of Mur ing and the roads Phy of Cumberland last masonic services were conducted by James Stevenson Frank Green of in Winter even Reily Good who has been visiting Here with his wife and her which lie was Uii Vii ran Roy was thrown from the loud of Hay when a wheel of the w a Sill came he sustained serious cruises Aud other fast train goes into ditch no one Hurt in wreck of Overland limited near and some Wiota happenings what is going on in that Busy Little d r love was an Atlantic Cal Lei Between trains thursday mrs j r Jones of Atlantic spent saturday with her daughter mrs Stoodt Rev Burnett of California is visit ing at the e m Brooks Home mrs Jim Morgan was an Anita Cal or thursday f b pitch was an Atlantic Cal two Sisters tie misses started Home to Canada monday Stevenson will re main until the weather become More j Thompson who has been on the invalid list for several weeks is getting belter but still o remain it is hoped that he a soon be Able to walk around Uduc gain strength by fresh Jenkins had business at Casey Larabee was a passenger to Earllm tvs t will undoubtedly to vote of the heroic work Waves town big dam at showed of giving work Kcjr men of Austin has saved this town from a disaster similar to that which almost wiped out Johnstown Twenty a big Concrete dam above this City holding Back a great body of water showed signs of giving away 800 families went to tha Hills where they remained All i Large gang 8et to work desperate saved the five mile Grove de Warren and a Pellett will Fin husking of their Corn crop Thi on week Bliss Aud Laura Becker were Viser saturday and sunday f w Beebe was in Atlantic business a few Days this week mrs Chas Knoll returned Home on1 iting at the Home of Wood Nea monday after visiting the past month Wiota saturday with friends and relatives at girls or Aud mrs e Warren were at the Home of we Sheppard South of town mrs Chas Sherret made a business sunday to visit an aunt and Uncle i rum in urn in the seven years past every drainage project k Gnu Vuic i ii by the engineers lot the Soldier River land owners has been turned Down by either the supervisors or Tho return to Charity Ball Mason City fails to raise funds in Billy sunday Mason the first time the visit of Billy Sun Day to Mason City tie Northwestern Overland passenger charities forsook the pleadings of the trip to Anita monday mrs r r Bell and daughter Margaret and Ruth were Atlantic shoppers saturday mrs will Barrett spent monday in Anita mrs b m Brooks and mrs o a Roe were Atlantic wednesday on account of the death of their Sis miss strater r h Bell made a trip to Lewis saturday miss Jennie Welgan of Anita spent a few Days last week at the Home of her sister mrs will Barrett mrs r h Bell was an Atlantic Cal Ler wednesday rain 1 was wrecked at Maple four Miles West of while running at thirty Miles an the entire consisting of five a diner and baggage left the skidding along several Hundred the cars were loaded with passengers and it was ions that none was the Cara were somewhat one of the heavy rails penetrating the floor of Sleeper and barely missing a slumber ing it is thought that a broken truck under the tender caused the As the engine never loft tie Lake Park Telephone Luke Tele phone War Between Tho Western elec tric and Midland companies at Lake Park is still in it is now a town fight and Tho men Aro divided into two at present the Western electric Are unable to proceed with their owing to an injunction against negro lecturer John sent Here by the pro baseball evangelist that funds should he raised by subscriptions and not by fancy dress and put the financial deficit the Knight Templar Ami Ball is being borne two weeks ago the associated charities announced that if the Schurok people did Mil respond with the Money the Ball would be but the and threat tailed to bring the Neces sary Dubuque prepares for Fred Odonnell was made chairman of the executive committee appointed by the Dubu Tiue Early settlers association the perfect arrangements for the proper Celebration of the 100th anniversary of tie death of Julian which occurs March who Are Here from Dakota on their Way to California Elmer Pellet of Casey has Pur chased ten acres of land from his brother prank and expects to erect a modern residence on it n the near future and make his Home among or and mrs d e Milford entertained a company for dinner at their and fifty none Mem Clinton restaurant men a number of Clinton restaurant keepers and Groc ers pleaded guilty to the charge of Selling Ole Margarine for were each and costs in the distinct Bashor after governors Des Bash he Billon state committee to filled with Secretary was diled lodging it Hla the and at All of the lie was finally rescued by mayor who took him to his Home and kept him Over unionists still gaining Home wednesday Berr of parliament Gertrude b Casey Hundred and fifty nine members of the new Pella state Hayward his nomination for governor on the democratic interurban line Eastern it allots contemplate building an Urban Railroad Between this City Cedar forty bodies the bodies of Charles Carey and previously listed h p have be n t in the Pacific i v fro n the two oth v air making a total o Bead the daily Telegraph i 1
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