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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 9, 1909, Atlantic, Iowa Milton Buckman visited with her Al Elgh of at lactic the last part of last and Al Emigh came Down to spend sunday with her Par and Milieu miss Francis Casey returned on thursday to her Home from a two visit in South Dakota with George Kle brith and arts two Tom and Patrick Dell Burnham went to Chicago monday evening in charge of two Carload of Driggs has been elected sen of the school Board of in dependent District of Pearl Arrasmith has gone to Sher Idan for a Short me expects to be gone about three Frybort rails Dowl to attend the fun Era of Bort Ted Sothman shelled Corn for Martin Anna Herstell has been on the sick list but is quite bit better it this Tillie Gerlach expect to pave Cor kill spell next miss Laura Sundermann is quite Tho Young ladies Aid society Mot at Henry Sot Henns thursday miss Kucla Lechner had n Light Sun stroke thursday John who works in spent the fourth at his Home near Edwards went to Council fluffs saturday in his automobile expecting to return Home tuesday bringing his the rain of monday night put a Stop to Allau and he had to leave his John Huckins made a trip to Des Moines with five carloads of hogs on Friday Griswold had the hardest rain monday night that it has had for most of the cellars Are filling with the several Dairs last a feel with friends in Nick welter of Atlantic Xmas an Over sunday the guest of Abe Slomins and the lightning last tuesday and wednesday did considerable damage to the Bell Telephone line Northwest of Spearce lost a valuable horse last sear was a business visit or to Omaha several Days the fore part of this Bert Carter came near getting spending to visit an aunt at geared Saunders and his Duthie of Denver Ana drowned in the Lake at Lewis last several caves have basement Barber shop has had two and a half feet water in Baxter of Atlantic was Griswold Bennie one of the american went to Anita sat urday to spend the fourth with his Sopha who has been vis return d to her Home in Lewis monday of miss Lela Miller went will Ler to stay a Tew miss Agnes a trained who has been nursing the 1c inon Thold child of Jim Malcoln and returned to Atlantic Mon Jay Jim who makes his Home Grant living three Miles South of is lying quit Jriek with Grandfather Murer was taken to the Hospital in Atlantic on a stretch he is very feeble with old age and complicated Ellen Stabler has returned from a weeks visit at the Home of her Glen 2 12 Miles West of Fred Olenhaus and Arthur Sid aed went to Omaha saturday morn ing in the formers Pearl Arrasmith accompanied her husband As far As Omaha tues Day on his Western Jack Lawson returned Home saturday morning from Omaha with Ner Little whom she had for the dast three weeks under treatment for her Turk was taken to Omaha monday afternoon to the where she will lie Given medical and May have to under go an Herschel Clovis and wife returned to thir Home in red Oak tuesday miss Nettie the trained who has been visiting for a few weeks at her Home in Anita re Turne to Griswold Mitchell was in Bradyville a part of the past week visiting friends and and clause Ritz of Atlan tic visited a part of the past week their children in this Dodge was called to Fiocone by a Telegram announcing the serious illness of a who is an employee of the Railroad at that Fred Dohl left tuesday morning join his wife at there she went to spend the fourth her Frank Newlan and family depart 6d thursday on a pleasure trip to and other Points the Massena miss Mable herring of Colorado was a guest at the Home of Hogan several Days of last Phil Smith and Ray Pawley of at lactic were Massena visitors last and Frank Joyce were Atlantic visitors last George Pigg has returned from a trip to Art Millan returned saturday from a trip to his Clark accompanied him and will visit relatives in this Vicinity for a James Johnson of Farragut arrived saturday and spent several Days with friends in this Newton of Bridgewater was in town on Bessie Harris of Kansas City is visiting at the Home of her Par and Tom and Al Cheney of cum Berland came Over in their Auto Sun Day and spent the Day with Johnson of Council Bluffs was a guest at the Home of his and other friends several Days this Hogan has returned from a three weeks Western the marriage of miss Flossie a Cher and Yarger occurred last week at and Logan were visitors in Atlantic and Lewis Satur Day and flying the trip in their new Reo touring Elliston of Des Moines is in town this called Here by the illness of her Wood miss Marie Emig went to Spring last where she will visit her Manford Weaver of Cumberland was n town visitor on mar and Moorehouse returned sat urday from their trip to Lake Harry who has been work ing near Atlantic come to Massena celebrate and visit relatives for a new George spies shipped hogs to Chi Cago on on account of the rain and the the program for the Celebration on monday was practically abandon Clignett of Cumberland de Vered the oration at the town 3nly one Ball game was played and t was possible to exhibit Only a Small part of the Johnson and his Force of men Are busily engaged Between showers in the erection of a Large barn for Ernest five Miles Northwest of word has been received of the Scholl of Anita visited to Fenda in Perry last and Lewis Martin son came from the first of the week to visit Galiot the Bear Grove school Board met at the of last week and t6 install the new directors and to attend any other business if Alghi come up at their annual meeting Martins and there were Only three schools in the township provided with will join elks Bluffs Bisti 1 5 Linderman and Henry Frank 4re Tach sporting a new five Passen Ger Swiss Bessie Marten of Atlantic is at Martens this week miss Mary who has been for car j6oine tuesday and expects to Sta miss Gertie Hample and mis Mary Leehner Are spending this Heek with their there was not a very Large Crown at the dance Given at Henry Soth inns tuesday evening on account of the rain but those who were then report a Fine John Debue has been helping Dolch plow a number of friends of miss Tillie staid Gerlach spent sunday Daniel Borth and his Daugh Lena Gotche and Inhofe was a business visitor i Atlantic Friday last miss Ada Johnson returned Home Friday from where she had Eon attending pollocks Burn is completed and ready to receive his Hay con Mathies and Harrison returned from Council Bluffs last Lane remained by the bedside of her Uncle Dan who is no Gene Pierce lost his coach stallion last the horse in some Way got his foot Over the tie strap and threw himself hurting his Casey has purchased the Pollock Stock of goods and rented the building in which it is he took Possession Johnson and his Force of men Are busily engaged Between showers in the erection of a Large barn for Ernest d Miles Northwest of Howell traded for a new Auto last week which to will use on his mail Durham has improved his property in the West part of town with a porch on the Wylie had his barn removed last week from the lot in the West part of town to his 10 acre property on the South Side of the miss Maud Wilson of Carson in visiting at the Home of her Frank bookkeeper in the Cumberland savings departed last week for an extended visit to his old Home in Ford of Creston was in town last Weir and children left last week for their Home in ports death of who was for a number of years a resident of Cass his last residence Here being in Bear Grove he was an old Soldier and a highly respected the funeral service was held at the Home of his Daugh Etta our at aver Henry Metcalf is very ill with diabetes and there is but Little Hope of his Axline was so unfortunate As to dislocate her ankle tuesday morn Campbell was called and made the necessary John Woods and wife and Mother were guests of Hooks family monday Crozier of Marion visited with her last mrs Newcomb Wildman and Chil Dren of Guthrie sister of John after a pleasant visit returned Home tally and wife were quests at the Scarlett Home monday and Ray o gris Wold visited Anita friends Over the pegu and daughter went to Seattle tuesday pegu accompanied them As far is Boatright and strange of father and sister of came on a visit last Blakesley and Evangeline and Gale came the first of Otto week to visit Anita major went to Ottumwa tuesday to attend the state association of misses harsh and teachers in the Anita were visiting friends in town Over the and Williard Miller have returned Home from a visit to friends in Fayette of Walnut was in town monday on saudi users and her Scholl and do were in Corning tuesday to vis it relatives miss Lulu who has been visiting Here for a smarts for her Honre at John Pines children came Home to spend the misses Lena and Flora Young e by Haa sold hug farm at came Home saturday from Des the Center to his where they Are attending the consideration summer to spend the fourth near 100 per Halsey thinking of locating in ladles Aid society will meet with Denne thursday of this1 the Little daughter of and set stained a fall last week injuring her hip to such an extent As to need medical Aid and they have since been giving her osteopathic Lyndeman and Henry pranks have purchased new Reo automobiles and were celebrating in Lewis Satur Day in the Rainy weather of this week has caused the Farmers to take a they can Nelt Fier Lay by Corn nor make and Van Conn and Daugh Ter of Southern spent tha fourth in this Vicinity with friends and Conn being a Sis Ter of the late Ezra de Brown has bought old Mcfarland place from Tony resale at per the Atlantic Elk represented by two tonal conclave of the will be held in los item Delegate of the local with their miss Ella Wilson came Home from Omaha misses Anna Henderson and Grace Dittman were in Atlantic there were no services in the congregational Church last sunday owing to the quarantine in the pastors miss Esden Ferguson of Atlantic is visiting at the Home of and and Trumbull and children were guests of Godfrey returning Home to Adaar on Bessie Brown Nelson and children came Down from Bray ton saturday to visit her Robinson was in Omaha last Frank Cotton is enjoying a visit from her and a who came to her Home last who has been for the past few months holding Down a claim in South came Home last week for a James of Omaha came thursday afternoon to visit her Sis Fred Tedrick of who at one time was proprietor of the Rey nolds and his two daughters Are visiting old friends in miss Leila ferryman of Atlantic is Here visiting her and Otto Casey and son of Avoca came sunday evening and Are guests at the Home of his Moth the Little son of Campbell and about one year died wednesday last and was buried in Evergreen Carey of Massena traded his farm in Lincoln township for a Stock of goods in Stone went to Minneapolis the latter part of the Max son of and will Turner of was taken very sick last week at the Home of with catarrhal Lewis Jennie Jones and daughter Anna came in from Des Moines on wednesday afternoon for a months visit with friends miss Maude Glass returned to her Home in Atlantic wednesday morn ing after a Short visit with Otis miss Ann Disbrow returned Home from Omaha thursday to spend a few Days with her and Park Theo Woodward and baby were Atlantic callers Otis Hardenbergh was an at lactic caller Eliott and daughter Lulu were callers in Griswold wednesday afternoon Between John Roush came up from Griswold wednesday to visit her miss Georgia Byrne was an Atlan tic caller and John Bates and daughter Elsie came in from Boone Friday to visit a few Days with friends they returned Home monday John Behling and Laura myrth came Down from Wiota Fri Day afternoon to spend the fourth with her and d they returned Home sunday Woodward was a caller in Griswold Friday afternoon be tween Woodward returned Home from his Colorado trip monday Myers returned Home from Wiota Friday after a pleasant visit with her John Bohl ing and miss Margaret faster from near Griswold has been spending a few Days with her miss Edna Guy Weaver went to Des Moines monday for afew Days visit Gable went to Council Bluffs Friday on Willie Carl Burnside and Earl Carson went to Anita sunday to spend the they returned Home tuesday and Zeke went to Exira to visit they returned Home tuesday misses Georgia and Effie Byrne entertained a few Young people at their Home monday miss Matie Fulton of Atlantic spent sunday with miss Alice Dis Washington Center Walter Johnson purchased a horse from his father one Day this Grulke lost a cow struck by John Johnsons baby has been on the sick list the past week but is bet Ter at this Tom mag Rall of Omaha is visiting his Fred Draeger visited rela Tives at Avoca Over miss Jane Fulton is visiting her brother Ike and Corn blowing is nearing comple Tion in this compan led by his wife Dau miss Marie left this morning Hodgkin and wite this morning in Cou Flici they will join the elks from Iowa to form the Iowa delegation when the Iowa elks reach Cou Bluffs they will be enter talked the Lodge there and at noon Day will Board their convention they will have tie fifty fourth regiment band the Iowa elks will Wear the costume adopted by the Davenport Lodge at the Dubuque meeting two weeks the White and purple Coats with White cuffs and a three hour Stop will be made at Colorado Springs to visit the Home of Rush grand exalted at Salt Lake City they will visit the Salt Beach where each Elk will be required to take a they will go to the mormon Tabernacle where they will listen to an Organ other entertainments have been arranged Enro Ute to los the Iowa elks Are almost a for of Lej for grand exalted he been endorsed by Over 200 to and the Iowa elks will spend to time in los Angeles in boosting he for the highest position in the the local Lodge does care reveal instructions which a been Given their Mabel Bradley hur1 severely Cut by Cabinet falling Fred Rennig and children Are spending a few Days and in Griswold visiting five mile Grove the family of Sam Crane spent the fourth at the club meets with Joyce thursday of this who has been visit ing his re turned to his Home in red Oak sat and signal of Omaha spent the fourth at the Home of signals and Frank borne Are rejoicing Over an addition to their family of a thirteen Pound which arrived last Bliss and Laura Becker were vis iting at the Home of Wood near Wiota miss Ethel and Deborah Milford returned tuesday from red where they had been for a Short vis it with Fred Warren and will accompanied by those fourth at Stark Swiger shipped a Carload of cattle to Omaha last about forty of the residents of the Grove gathered at the Boise of sour grapes my attention has been to an editorial appearing in the evening news of saturday in which the edit or of that paper hurls denunciation at the Telegraph for printing the Cir Cular issued by the opposition in the Railroad tax he utters a pessimistic a Matlon to the effect that the news would not have printed the circular and indulges in no Little self granulation because he escaped the horrible Ignominy the printing of the opposition statement would i wish to state that the opposition circular was not printed by the Dally which has maintained As Loyal and consistent a stand for the tax proposition throughout the entire Campaign As the the circular was printed to the Telegraph i am in the Job printing business and have already established a reputation for reliable and Quick work and it was for that reason that these people came to me to have this circular printed and it was for the same that the promoters of the Southern Extension came to me the evening before the election to have me print a circular in answer to the one issued by the knowing that they could go to sleep that night with the knowledge that the circulars would be ready for them Bright and Early the next for As they the work in both cases brought to me and the news was asked to do that it what the news would have done in regard to the opposition circular had it been asked to print it is a matter of to some we have our Opin Ion about i make this statement simply to remind the Public that the daily Telegraph in no Way compromised itself in the matter for it had nothing to do with read the fable of the Fox and the the Telegraph in opening Chuvy Cabinet pulled Over upon inflicting Nasty cuts the fourteen year daughter of 12jj Birch had a narrow Escaje from a serious injury be morning As it Hurt her very the girl had to a bedroom in the House to pro some article or other which kept in a tall and heavy Cabinet Glass the door did not Spond readily to her efforts to open and she jerked it in such a As j bring the Cabinet Over on her her beneath it and n top of Couch standing facing the As she i face was driven through the glad and was terribly Cut and scratch the worst Cut being on the taking five stitches to close the there was no member of the family in the House at the time of the Accident and it was several minutes before she could predicament known an was Relea miss Mabel was rendered deaf several years ago by a attack Job of Scarlet fever and has but be Cental returned from the school for the at Council their wives were who enjoyed the land suit started a new suit filed in theoflice of the clerk of the District court is the petition of Edwin Pettit bringing suit against Ward Mcafferty and Emily Mcafferty with regard to the title of some land near miss Bertha Grodt was in Atlantic on business saturday a second 4th of july Accident is son of burned his left Arm quite seriously on monday evening while hogs brought top Price As an example of what Farmer is coming to in the Way of a Sale of hogs made this morning by Chester Gould is in Gould marketed the hogs him the handsome Prospect efforts Are being made by the i merchants Greys to arrange a game with Avoca at the local Park for thursday and with the gun club of Omaha for sunday Raa cements have not been definitely concluded for either of i Fains of head or any pain stopped in 20 my nuts mra with shoo i Pink pain tall formula on by All Fine 250 acre Grain 1 and Stock farm two Miles from Atlantic Well Good Fine you bargain Call or

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