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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 15, 1910, Atlantic, Iowa Cass county Best july 1910 per thai death of Abbott scoured this morning Monorail now being used in new York City for passenger st Ell known woman who had been sick so Long died at this Friday from wednesdays Bally Frank Abbott who bad been ill some died at i morning at her Home fifth and Olive the end came peace fully and just following a period of several hours when the husband and other relatives had begun to Hope for the recovery of the probably no women Ever enjoyed More undivided affection on the part of her relatives and friends and neighbors and the course of her illness has been intently watched for several yesterday morning the patient seemed to be improving and during the entire Day new Hope of recovery be came apparent with each succeed ing this condition continued until late in the it was not until after Midnight that a spell came in which the patient passed quietly into that Bleep that does Apt Frank Abbotts loss in the death of his Young wife is Felt deeply by All his relatives and neighbors and the two were happily mar ried at december 1901 and the Joy of that Christmas wedding seemed permanently fixed upon the Abbott sickness alone had been the Only thing to mar the happiness of almost ten Yean of married Abbott was operated upon at the Hospital Bere last Spring and she really never recovered from this there were often times she seemed to understand that her happiness was to on one occasion went with her husband to the cemetery and told him that it was her desire to be burled again Abbott had noted at times her Lack of interest in the new Home which they have been Abbott had said that it was All but she feared she would never have the Chance she coveted to enjoy this impression of impending though it did not cause seemed to be fixed in the mind of Abbott for several when she was taken Down with the typhoid which has been wasting her strength for Sev eral weeks she had Small Hope of getting everything that possibly could have been done to save her was and Abbott herself did not resign herself to death with out making a hard fight to Abbott was formerly Anna Christensen of daughter 01 a highly respected Farmer and Mem Ber of a family composed of seven Sisters and a brother besides deceased was born near Marne in 18t8 on the 18th Day of november and would have been 32 years of age this coming the surviving brother and Sisters Are Henry Clayton Ingraham of Texas Bene dict of Iowa who had been Here attending her sister of Ernest Miller of Dinah and Elizabeth Christensen living at Homo and Peter Christensen of the Only and John Abbott of Council Bluffs have been la the City several John is Franks brother and has done a great Deal to com fort the sorrowing Man n his Abbott was so much better yesterday that John planned to go borne but afterwards decided to remain another funeral services will be held Fri Day at at the Home conducted by the Porter of the Baptist a message was forwarded today to another brother Franks and he May be present to attend the All of the other Bayta of car and track of Monorail while Germany bus had a Short Monorail system in use for some the first practical Road in the United hns just been completed in new York City the first Public trial resulted in a much to the disappointment of August Belmont and other mall Lonngre but the failure wag due to a break in the Power students of transportation problems Dee i that within the next Zemra Monorail roads will in All parts of the United states for both passenger and freight change at the Conrad shoe Stoe Brothers get the Stock Miller Conrad to retire and leave the business management to his Brothers Frank and Hal in the very near future the con Rad shoe store will be spoken of As Conrad Brothers As the two Brothers Frank and Hal have Pur chased the entire Stock and Mallei Conrad after several years As head of the business will the business will run along the same As it has been for a number of years this shoe business was established in 1874 by the father of the two boys who now Are taking the first Stock was at the location where the Foley Collins store now in 1882 the building now occupied by the store erected on the sight where a fire had Swep out the entire Block of Frame build the store has since been known As the Conrad shoe store with exception of a Short period when passenger Baloon ims explode and five Are killed Fate seems to strike Avia Tion hard fatal accidents come Vert fast failures and accidents of past week a distinct blow to Navi gation through the bulletin Rheinish july third Accident to aviators within a week occurred Here today resulting in the loss of the dirigible Baloon which Erb Losch recently refitted for passenger the Baloon was destroyed in mid air by the explosion of a benzine tank which caused the car to catch fire and fall to the the car was imbedded in the inventor Oscar Erb Losch and a Crew of four experienced air travellers were in stantly their bodies were Stock was in the hands of another i torn and mangled beyond recount Nian who did not succeed and turned the Stock Back to the elder con the Conrad Brothers will eur Job the Confidence of their business associates and friends and the Good Trade at this store will of course the motor Neath the buried itself be Hundred and fifty million to be As five Hundred in a local Church Are to Twenty five which is the exact number estimated for uie work of one one american missionary in a Gen the above bulletin tells of the fourth serious Accident to airships fatal Accident inside of a two or ship designed to make daily Tours in Germany a distance of about Oliree denominations the Telegraph certainly wish Weaks ago count zeppelins Passene is the Brothers Mallei Conrad has not decided As to hit future he has been talking some of going into business in seat he stated however this morning that he is unable to announce plans he is a first last business a Man Well posted on All current not Only in connection with his own Trade and bus iness but along a great Many other his friends will expect to hear of his continued Success wherever to either Are save possibly Here or will the sister in and the other sister in to whom were for warded this Abbott was a member of the moral auxiliary to the modern Woodmen of Gutch to Issue Deh to Johnson rumours Are confirmed clip Inion wrestler wants to take up the 1rize fighting game with the coloured Man Frank according to a Tele Gram from Humboldt today is not fooling about the reported Challenge to Jack Johnson for a fight about a year Gotch is the wrestling Champion of the world and thinks that by getting into the boxing for about a year he can trim up in the heavyweight fisticuffs Gotch has the Speed and science for wrestling but whether he can make Good As a fighter is an entirely Dif Ferent he is in Earnest How and wants his Challenge so i Miles per Day went bad and lodged in the tree tops of a the car was ruined and the Twenty passengers escaped with their Only three Days ago the famous French j woman aviator Madame la Broche foil and was yesterday news came of the death of Charles Stuart Rolls the English the Accident today puts a terrible Climax on this Chain of fatalities resulting from experiments with air and will doubtless put a Damper on the heaven speeding program for a All of those killed were experienced argonauts supposed to be Able to handle their machines under almost any and his support every the task to Flo Hundred members of the Church in in order to reach their share of the unreached in this generation one Young Man in Twenty years and three dollars a head each year for his is the equitable division this does not look like bankrupting any Iowa congregation or like the dream of a visionary but shows plainly that christs command to go into All the world and preach the gospel to every creature can easily be obeyed la this it is an easy task where there is the will to perform if it were compelled by government it would not to missed Twenty times As much was done on the average for every Man woman and child of the whole population of the North during the civil in Point of Money and the tithe of the income of the would leave enough Over from All local expenses and All the regular Benevolence to take the responsibility entirely off any other undertaking the missionary there is no dirt flies in Bear Grove South Extension work be Gin tomorrow morning thirty teams on Way Hebe today machinery arrived yesterday morn meeting of the old Board this evening from mondays Dally the first actual grading work on the Atlantic Northern and Railroad Between Atlantic and vol Lisca will Start up tomorrow morning in Bear Grove a member of Trio grading contracting firm of Shugart and Barnes Brothers of Des Monics arrived in the City to Day ready to go according to his he advised Judd and Ross that he had wired his Foreman at Neola to Start thirty teams with men and scrapers Neola this morning and they will arrive Here this even ing and be sent Down in Bear Grove township to begin the line will probably be worked toward Atlantic by one gang and toward Vil Lisca by we Are Here for business and will get right into the Field said a meeting of the old Board of the Atlantic Northern and Southern will be held the final Windup of the meet of South Extension Ali old Bard and Atlantic citizens was most the fifty men from the South Extension territory represent More than in they gave the people pres ent to understand that if at the expiration of a few months an honest showing is made that More Money is needed it will be these men spoke so fairly what they easily converted the old Board to be Lieve in their intense interest in the new those who spoke Carl von Motz Dies in South american Home cablegram is received in lactic today remains Inez Louis von were the following Abe of Villisca Mahew and John Bennett of Washington Anderson of Jacksosn twp John Norcross of Douglass township David Vedder and Andrew Wahlund merchants of Grant John Gourley of Washington Sam Weaver of Bear Grove twp Daft Sothman of Noble twp and Hulley of Atlantic who owns farm Laud along the proposed new Griswold woman takes Poison by mistake to threat of no but where there is Faith and gratitude and obedience to t can and it ought to be literally millions in India and the Philippines Are facing toward the Cross and awaiting instruction in the Way of life while Korea and Japan stretch out their hands toward the Itro Uii Tuktuk corrosive Riihl Imchit for n headache Tablet Griswold american this morning while attending her household living near the seized with an attack of headache and As she had been in tie habit of using headache she went to the cupboard and took what she sup posed was a headache How it proved to be a Tablet used for Hor mis take she told her who happened to be at Tho Hoim mediately phoned for a and in less than Flo Mintus and Lully responded they gave her and at the hour of going to press Tia woman is much though n not out of remains will be brought former citizen who left Here represent Deere plow Dies suddenly from mondays daily a cablegram to brother Law from Buenes South which arrived this morning tells of the death there of Carl von better known Here As Charles at his Home in thai City the news was munic ated at once to von Motl and was a great Shock to her As she had Only recently had word that her husband would leave Buenos Airell july 15 to return to ing wound up his busness in America for the Carl von Motz was born 1857 at he came to Casa county in 1871 and with his parents on a farm Nea he was married june 1883 to miss Ida Heiken and have four children they Are Frank von who Elj return to Atlantic his father and returned last thursday from South America states that when he left his father was in usual health except a slight touch of deceased was manager for All Branch houses in South America Fqy the Dee Mansur his is employed under he left lactic about eight years worked for a time for belief and travelled out of Atlantic for Tbs International Harvester he in the City last August Burlij of his son Clarence von besides the immediate to survive him other surviving lives Are a brother Louis von of and a Ilita Amelia Hausen of big Spring a a former resident of this von Motz had his family wet la him in South America for three years and they lived at to it will probably a month Bat fore the remains reach they will doubtless be sent by Serpool the most direct route for Pav Senger von Motz was a member of the masonic the ancient order of United workmen a Knight and the commercial at Lanett the family resides at 1209 Chest nut announcement about the funeral will be made when the remains arrive but the family Etc pet to have a service at the House and to Bury the body by the it the laymen missionary motto feasible contributed by the possibility and plausibility of of evangelizing the whole world in this As is undertaken by the laymen missionary move is no where More apparent than by reducing the Una Rukiya to terms of the local Ali interdenominational committee estimates that one missionary is required for every Twenty Flo thous and inhabitants to be and assigned the largest division to the methodist Epla Copal one Hundred and fifty reduced to its lowest three ill Lam methodists Are to a v doctors Cut off Taylors Arm operation at Hospital Iruk manufacturer loses left an Vito to free victim blood poisoning manager of the at lactic Brick and tile company lost left Arm yesterday afternoon by amputation at the City the Arm was Cut off by the doctors close up to the so Nilder As Taylor was caught in a hoisting machine at the Plant a couple of Days ago and his Arm drawn into Trio while no Bones were broken the Gash Cut in the Arm was a ugly one and the Doctore were Quick to notice blood the Camilla Hamil dead from mondays daily and Hamill of this City have received a Telegram from announcing the death there of Camilla Schindel Hamil who passed away at Midnight saturday she had been in a very critical condition for Many Mouths with cancer of the in Sho underwent four opera in the Hospital in Omaha in less than two Hamil was the wife of Gall and Schyndel of Omaha accompanied Gall with her nine weeks ago so that the woman might spend her last Days in her old Home in father came to Omaha to return with she spent a week with and Hamil Here during the Early part of she was then on her return trip to from Mary land where she had been his son Clarence in the at Antiq Atlantic people will deeply regret the sad information contained this Bailey Bald this morning he was with me for a number years and enjoyed the Complete Confidence of the people Iii the store and my i talked with von Motz Only this Morni ing and she had not Learned then of the All Atlantic people who knew Charlie As we called bin will deeply regret to hear this von Motz was of sturdy Man he developed into a go Al business Man and represented Large interests in South America enjoying the utmost Confidence of the Large concerns with whom he was patient in still in a serious condition a couple of his dentist sign out wednesdays daily de graduate of the dental College of Iowa City has Huff out his Shingle in Atlantic and if ready to receive patients in his flee Over Nebes Hupp a graduate of the Atlantic High school class of he is Well belongs to an estimable and with his Many friends if this City will be Able to build up it Good Hupp has de hard n preparation for Bis work and is interested in his

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