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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 8, 1910, Atlantic, Iowa Party is wot govern mad dogs says nation Carrie talks of the recent prize fight Calls Teddy a dutch Beer guzzler noted Kansas woman Speaks be fore the Chautauqua this of next Chautauqua a or 0 Gram tonight singers Burg thursday singers 3 in wednesdays Dally Carrie the redoubtable arrived this morning with a whole grip full of Little Gold Hatch ets and was taken at once to the Park if there is one thing in this world that i Haven got a bit of use for it is the Republican party nation to the the republicans Are not fit to gov Ern mad Why there int a re publican holding office that is fit to arrest a mad they Are worse than mad the Republican party is responsible for the said a the republicans License the Theodore Roosevelt who around the world Licking the feet of the the very Fellers we had to lick to get any kind of Freedom in this is what i Call a Beer guzzling he is the head of the Why Teddy is the worst grand Stander in the he never by West the Saloon in hit heroes up and Down the world to get people to Abou him and then gets Hack into the and reads the newspapers and is if he cant get away from business Long enough to Prate around he sends that girl of his tha smokes Shi has been Seei on the Steps of the National capita the the this is a pretty Good Sample language that Carrie nation she Doest speak in pretty phrases but handles the Queens English a la Marquis of asked Why it is that she has it in for the republicans so much More than the democrats nation said Why it is the Republican party that gives us the if it want for that party we have any we dont have to worry about the they Are not responsible because they Are not in there is practically no Saloon in the coun try that has not been Given us by re publican the Brewers Are not nearly so much to the Republican party is the Nigger in the other issues nothing but is it not True that there Are other issues than prohibition nation was that talks makes me want to smash things said i will give you an suppose your House was burning Down Early in the you would say that one great Issue before you was to put out the but there Are other you have to have breakfast and now would you say let the fire go ahead until after you had gotten your breakfast and Dan Ner no you what you would do would be to put out the now we have in this country some the big one is the rum it is the fire that is burning the House the National House and the physical body but you want to let her Burn and go Over and get a Tariff or conservation breakfast and pretty soon youll find your Home has been ruined and you will have no place to eat your glad Jack Johnson won what do you think about the Arlie fight nation was i Ftp glad that Johnson beat it fold nation rising up in her seat and clapping her lots of news from Brayton Many local happenings weekly review of the news in and around Brayton Oakfield neigh boyhood Peter Thullen of Carroll came Down saturday to visit a few Days with Thompson was shop Ping in Atlantic Koob was called to Audubon Krasco and wife of Omaha arrived in Brayton saturday to visit until after the until after the Jensen and children of ror Beck were in Brayton saturday and passed the Day with Hallock returned tuesday from a two weeks sojourn in Wyom Wiota Stultz was a Des Moines Visi Tor thursday Yand Ona Malone is visiting in Atlantic this and Huff were at lactic visitors Friday having some dental work miss Graham of was a Wiota caller de Carson visited a few Days with friends in Lewis this Foster spent saturday with friends in grandma shirk is visiting in at lactic this and Williams of Atlantic were Wiota visitors Knoll returned Home from Moines saturday and whited visited on sunday at the will George Cornell was in Underwood a few Days last Voorhees of Anita was a Wiota caller George and Mae Are visiting in Atlantic this and Metz were sex Ira visitors Nels Johnson of Anita was in this City on business a became the possessor of a new buggy last week which he purchased of Soren Andersen was calling on friends in Audubon and Miller drove to Atlantic in their Auto wednesday evening and Harry Miller who had been attending the races came Home with Henry Hansen moved his House hold goods to Exira tuesday where he will reside in the Luttie Freeman was visiting at the will Woodard Home in Atlantic Friday and and Jenkins have As their guests this week and Jones of rising they made the trip from Nebraska by a Henry Hansen spent a few hours with friends in Brayton Sun Lewis Hansen and Little girl came in from Mingo thursday to visit her parents Jones and misses Lucy Belle Macomber Priscilla Davis and Laura and Ruth Woodward attended a reception in Griswold thursday afternoon at the Home of Reinig in Honor of misses Holland and sneer of Des miss Hazel Linn returned Horat from Adair Friday afternoon after a pleasant visit with relatives Temple and Harry re turned Home from a Short visit with relatives in Atlantic Friday after will Weaver and children came in from Fri Day morning to visit her Abe Krise and Clara Mcanery came in from Council Bluffs saturday afternoon to Vlist relatives and friends Eshe returned Home monday after Elston returned Home from Logan Friday afternoon after a pleasant visit with Powers came Home from Des Moines sunday and spent his annual two weeks vacation at the parental Kathleen Freeman was the guest of friends in Exira the greater part of last Hazel Hardman spent a few Days in Atlantic at the Home of her Siss Ter Pluma Freeman was an Atlantic shopper train of Audubon was look ing after business matters in Bray ton Lillian Knudsen who is working in Omaha came Home to celebrate the was called to Omaha on business Ray Leanord of Omaha is a guest at the Freeman Arthur Max Bendixen and Arthur Hansen came Home from Omaha sunday to spend the quite a number of our citizens at tended the races in Atlantic last and Pluma Freeman left thursday evening for where they will spent several weeks with Dick Powers went to Elk Horn the fourth to play with the at that Clyde May of Gray is a guest at the Home of her parents and Tom Arthur far Guan of Audubon was a Brayton business caller one Day last now occupying the Henry Hansen having moved there last misses hattie1 Hunt and Elsie Donahoe were at lactic callers miss Vava Boggs came in from Des Moines saturday evening to vis it her Friend Edith she re turned Home tuesday Fletcher and Sis Ter Amanda Miller were Atlantic caller Walter Grovsnor came in from Des Moines tuesday to visit his Uncle Cotton and he re turned tuesday Carson and children j Griswold miss Eva Lowman from the South part of tie township has been visit ing at the Home of George Groshong and Lloyd Miller and baby of at lactic arrived in Griswold Friday afternoon on a visit to the John Miller Alvin Siley was an Elliott caller saturday on Rodgers and family went to Atlantic sunday afternoon to visit relatives and spend the 4th Dodge and his granddaughter miss Elizabeth Woodruff were called to Boone saturday by a message announcing the death of the Doc tors George Dodge was called there Over a week ago he had been in poor health for a Long Mary Blane died monday night at her Home on second this was a Shock to Many of her friends Sas she had not been sick very Long being confined to her bed but a Factor wife and Huby went to red Oak monday to take in the big Griswold was a quiet place the 4th As those who did not go to red Lak to the big show went to Atlan tic or miss Lillian Knoke went to at lactic sunday afternoon to spend the fourth with her friends Naoma and Gladys Lindeman of that miss Anna Deer of Council Bluffs arrived in Griswold saturday after noon to visit with her her Mother is in rather poor health at miss Sophia showers went to Lew is saturday to take charge of her Brothers restaurant while he and his wife went to Pierce departed thursday for Illin ois where they will spend a week or ten Days visit Wyman lost a fun horse thursday after about five Days sick he was working in the Field when the Hail storm came upon he died o Flung fever in a couple of the Lewis Light Plant has purchased a Light Plant in new York costing the company Bert Rickey who has been visiting in the West arrived Home Friday morning after a very pleas ant Syi about rth in fires Feu Seeley has been in Carson and Malvern on Kimball and wife spent Sun Day at the Home of Oconnell wife and Peebles on the East John Carey and sister miss from Corning were Griswold visit ors sunday night at the Han ton Cook and family from near Carmiro spent the 4th with came Down from Wiota saturday to Cooks and Gillis Lamphire Camo in from visit her Wash Keffer and Fred Wohlenhaus has leased the von Otto hotel and took Possession Fred has traded his Home on East main Street and a House on East 4th Street to Schoonover for his farm West of town known As the George Cook miss Mildred Roush of Lewis arrived sunday afternoon to visit for a Short time at the Home of her Sis and and Rosseau and family went to Atlantic sunday for a visit with relatives Over the Robison and miss Jessie Sands were married sunday at the Home of the brides parents living Southwest of Page and miss Davis were married on monday at the Home of the brides parents and Clark Davis Over in the Northwest Mart of the Are Well known in Des Moines sunday morning to at the Woodward he returned tuesday Donahoe returned Home from her visit in Iowa City Friday Floyd Elston left Moorehead Sun Day afternoon for a two weeks visit with friends miss Georgia Byrne was a caller in Griswold miss Gladys Burkhalter return e Home from Atlantic Friday after noon on account of the closing of the summer school personal and local items people that gome and go Dally chronicle of Brief items of in Terest about Home people from wednesdays Dally Taylor of Omaha is in the City spending a few Bertha Grodt of Marne was in the City for the Metz of Omaha is in the City today on Bagley and Gaylord of Lorah was in the City spending the Day with Wohlenhaus of returned this afternoon to her Home after spending the Day in the Ellis of Lewis was in the City spending the Day returning Home this Spoo of Exira was in the City for a Short time today on her Way Home from infant child of and Hawley Lynch was Laid to rest in the Wiota cemetery this Stewart of Marne was in the City spending a part of the Day look ing after business and Sewell of Wal nut were in the City spending the Musson has returned from Des Moises where she has been for the past few Days visiting Anna Johnson of Anita itt in the City spending the Day in the City with Olive Kelloway of adar is in the City spending a few Days with and Mcvey of who have been in the City visiting at the Home of Ellis Oliphant and Fame returned this morning to their and Hughart went to Wiota this morning where they will spend the Day at the Home of Gar Willis and Welton of Adair was in the City spending the she was accompanied by miss Norma Lewis of Nellie Signell of Manning is expected in the City today from and will visit at the Home of Burke and Clure of who has been at Exira visiting with friends was in the City this morning on her Way Paulk of Harlan re turned this afternoon to her Home in after spending the Day in the City with comas left this morning for where she goes to visit for several Days with her in latest news Why i just like to see these White cigarette fiends get ill Tell you what i would i would like to see that great big Man Johnson strike a heavy blow right on the jaw of every cigarette fiend in the United i dont approve of prize fighting i wish they Cei Ved mortal blows had both re at the they ought to be nation leaves tonight for Chrystal she spoke this afternoon in the big you value your wife As much As a postage see burglary at Anita july majors walked into his drug store late saturday night and a Man under the the fellow had a bundle of stuff ready to cart away but lost it in his frantic efforts to escape through the cellar and out a basement he was not the Rock Island is through advertisements appearing in this and other newspapers a Cash prize of for the Best agricultural scene photograph forwarded to the general ticket and passenger agent in or before octo Ber the object la to publish these pictures in the Western Trail As illustrating the Advance ment in farming in this Section of the any Cass county person has right i to join in the contest you value your wife As much As a postage see Hyde is sentenced will remain in jail until supreme court passes on Case Kanas july convicted of having poisoned Thomas Tho millionaire was Senten ced to life imprisonment at hard labor by judge Ralph in the criminal court Here yesterday an Appeal to the state supreme court was filed by Hydes attorneys and until it is taken up by the higher court the prisoner will remain in the county jail and Sprinkel of los Are in the City i Siling at the Home of and clue Campbell for a few ii Ausen of the Hauser cloth ing left this morning for Harlan where he goes to look after business Jones and Fannie Sauford and miss Blanch Hedges leave this evening for they will visit for aude Sosu returned afternoon to her Home in Sheri after spending the past few Days in the City with her Young and other Stigers of june who has been in the City visit ing at the Home of her Sam Shoafstall and family left this morning for her Alice Willis and Hattie Green of Des who have been in the City visiting with re turned this afternoon to their Home in Des Henry of who has been visiting with relatives at and Chrls Tensen and wife of this City left this afternoon for her Wiseman spent tuesday in Des Moines attending to business matters and visiting with Bis brother Orrin Wiseman of the plumb jewelry from Anita from Telegraph write it Many local happenings of int reel to the readers of this newspaper Sears entertained it company of lady friends Friday Ftfe Ter noon in Honor of noon of miss Grace link who was visit ing Anita friends went Home to a Antic Worthing new store ing is about completed and miss bar Dean Robinson has Leasel it and will soon move into Alfred noon came to Anita last thursday evening and during her stay was the guest of and Sears and other in she went to Atlantic Mon Day to visit Watson and in the evening started for where she will visit friends for it Short time before returning to oaf Home in Claud Hansen moved into the new residence on West main Street last Bear expects to move his store from Brayton to Anita in about it month and will occupy the Ner Hook came Home the Al flirt of the week to spend the 4th at the family the misses Gladys and a Oldie Allison of Griswold cae up m taste Allison of Griswold came lip monday morning and were the guests of ses Lena and Flora they turned Home miss Emma Mccarthy of came saturday to visit the Perry Roy Millhollen and wife and baby were up from Massena to spend the Day with his parents and celebrate the his sister miss Laurit came Home from Omaha so they a Ftp a Happy family Roy Stacey was Down from aft of monday to help Anita celebrate miss Mildred fish had two lady friends Here to spend the fourth with miss Helen Hasen of har Lan and miss Burke of de Richardson and family of cum Berland were up to visit friends Oft and Redburn of Stuart visited their son Hayes and family part of last miss Mattie Harrison visited her brother Harrison of Guthrie Center last Ben Wagner celebrated his Entee nth birthday last Lizzie Gordon Des Moines visited her brother will Kirkham and family the first of the Little miss Marie Wilbourne and Ruby Wilson who have been attend ing school for the deaf at Council Bluffs returned Home for their Sunj Mer vacation last miss Daisy Duff and Bald Cochran were married at tilt congregational parsonage wednes Day evening of last Cushman performing the Cere sol Engleman and two Little boys were visiting part of Lait week with the Oleary they went from Here to Omaha before returning Home to Des Frank filling Worth and hit brother inlaw Shepley have bought a moving picture and have been giving exhibitions in that de Fickel has been on the sick list for the past Ren Bosley of sister Cousin you value your wife As much As a postage Bee was the guest of her Fred and Hyde last Ott Carey and family made it Short with his Mother Carey lasts sunday while on their Way to their Home from Cumberland where they had been visiting his and Archie Angell met with a Peculiar Accident a bottle o pop exploded in his hands and it ment of Glass hit him in the right Eye cutting through the lower and lower part of the Eye Ball it is thought the sight will not be there were no serious Accident Here on the a wire broke while the acrobats were giving their this let the support fall on two Little people and inflicted Scalp i j i

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