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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 29, 1910, Atlantic, Iowa Paper of Cass county Cass county Best july per its Are Usy making up their platform Sullivan in opening speech is temporary chairman Issue causes 8mb today some Porter not in line with option Plank Republican administration denounced and regular demo planks Are put up wednesdays Dally special to the Telegraph july Porter will be required to stand up on a platform opposed to his per Sonal views on the liquor question and to defend that the platform making has been going on since 3 Oclock the liquor Plank has been framed up and decided it will be for High License and local option As the Only solution of the Saloon ques it will declare that the ques Tion of Saloon or no Saloon should be decided by vote of the Munici i will not defend that kind of a declared general Weaver this he declared it would mean defeat to the Porter did not appear on the scene until this morning and he took no part in the fight for the it is that his friends will try to prevent any Plank on the liquor the next thing which is bothering the platform makers is the Cosson while the candidate for at Torney general desires a Plank condemning the Law it has been decide evil to be on tie Otner the platform will declare for the recall of municipal officers by a of the it has decided platform will declare in a anew eng the primary Law to the expense As much As pos sible in regard to it will be Strong for Reform in reorganizing of the Railroad commission in Iowa and will condemn Law passed by con Moines mini opens the flew orcs at Ottumwa convention this morals in july Jerry Sullivan of Des Moines As temporary chairman of the demo cratic state convention in session Here today Madea thrilling address in which he condemned the present financial and economic conditions in America and Laid it All to the re publican he held Theodore Roosevelt up to ridicule and depreciated his branding him As the Foremost imperialist in the world the Republican he said stands for Protection of property rights As against human rights and he maintained that democracy is the Only Hope of the and labor ing Relief from the presen political situation must i by a unison of the South and the Middle West in a struggle against the manufacturing interests of he East and the mining interests of the democracy he said stands for removal of imperialism in the Phillip Ines and Porto revision of the removal of the tax on the Neces Saries of Economy in expenditure of Public election of United states senators by direct making wealth of the nation Bear its share of the Sullivan denounced the work of the last United states branding the postal savings Bank Law As a Gigantic and arraign ing the Payne Aldrich Tareb Law nominee of the democrats of Iowa for governorship Claude Porter of Centerville latest news from Anita oar feed loses out in Ohio today insurgent candidate for governor to beaten by the regular in the state convention special july Republican state convention Here to Warren Harding was nominated for Garfield insurgent candidate for governor saw his finish withdrew from the hardings nomination came on the second neither of the three candidates being Able to win on the run had a runaway special to the july bad away Accident occurred Here this Andrew Nelsons team runaway and his boy was thrown out and the boy was Able to go to the doctors the team ran for Over a half mile out of town Griffith of this City and and Quint went to last evening to attend meetings being conducted there by evangelist Minerva Mckee formerly operator at Anna was married last May to Andrew trimmer of Anita wedding was not generally j known in Anita and their Many friends wish them complimented the Iowa insurgent republicans for standing with the democrats in the support of human rights As he termed their he fur ther condemned the administration for ignoring he petition of Porto Rico to elect one House of its legislative body and for denying to the philippine islands Liberty such As has been accorded concerning Theodore Roosevelt he said this Man who did so much on paper and so Little in is appealed to to save the he has just returned from his triumphant tour in Central he said to eng land How it shall Rule to the Pope How he should conduct his Domestic to the american woman How she shall rear her fam and now he is asked to pull the present administration out of the democracy will hot suffer for thing Theodore he has Many elements that Are admirable but he stands today the Foremost imperialist in the world and wishes to guide men with the not from the heart believes More in a standing army of than a standing Rainy of Independent men believes that a mighty that has almost bankrupt the is of More Utility for civilization than peace of All from Telegraph writes Faay local happenings of interest to the readers of this newspaper Gillet of is visiting her Crane who had a leg broken some time ago is now Able to be Down miss Rose Aduris of Atlantic was a guest of the Pittman family last Brown and Holton Hud business in Des Moines the last of last Frank Robertson of Omaha who was visiting her sister Frank Patterson of Berea returned to the City Friday Mcdermott was up from Lota Friday looking after business Charles Mcdermott and wife took the train for the Western coast last Friday they will visit in Idaho and misses Lena and Flora Young re turned last saturday from David Duthil and daughter were guests at the Home of Fred Dittmann and family last sunday and attended the meetings at the Volle on business last Clyde East and wife and baby re turned from Audubon last week and he has been looking after some Busi Ness matters for a few one of the old veterans in Anita was very lir fast week with stomach and Bowel trouble but is much improved at this the base Ball team from Fonta Nelle came Over last thursday and played with the Anita business the score was two to one in favor of Freeman deeming who has been suffering with a bad Case of blood poisoning for some weeks is Able to be Down town on crutches and will soon be Able to be at work was a visitor at Menlo John and her personal and local items people that gome and go daily chronicle of Brief items of in Terest about Home people from wednesdays daily Rowe went to Valley Junction this morning on Paulk of Harlan was in the City for the George of Lota spent the Day in the City with Beth Neer of was in the City spending the Day with de Diimig left this afternoon for Adair where she will visit with miss Gertie Killen of Wiota was in the City spending the Day with Alice Galvin of Walnut was in the City spending the Day with Nettie Wakefield went to where she will a isl with friends for several you know that Shrock Grulke Sells Straw hats of All this years Mabel Neer of a in the City this morning on her a to where she will visit with and Willett of gris Wold were in the City this morning on their Way to where they go to visit with miss Cordia Wilson of Avoca came Down this afternoon for a few Days visit at the Home of Alfred miss Mayme Barrett left this afternoon for where she i remain for about two weeks visiting with miss of was u the City this morn in on her Way to where Sha will vis it with Mcdade and wife son left this morning for Here will remain Farr Al jut two weeks visiting with miss Gertrude Sullivan of Afton was in the City today on her Way to she gets after herhusbandw1th an injunction Graham makes it hot for him enjoins Atud also attaches efpeot1 from wednesdays Dally wife declares that husband been cruel to her and that he is a booze fighter the Lull in the clerk office at the court House this afternoon cause of the terrible heat was broken a divorce proceeding the ideation of which include an attachment against the personal facts of the alleged erring and also an injunction against Hulsi taking the child away from the Young the Petitioner to the Case is Amy Ellen wife of Graham and ties couple reside in Grant township near the City of the Young woman says that she married Harry Back in March a year ago and thai the knot was tied in they then moved to a farm near Anita and according to the petition Harry has been cruel to her and she fears to live with him she Sayf also that Graham is quite a Drinker and she wants to be Nally divorced from Jufen Green of this dlr let court Bat granted an injunction Graham from taking his baby girl away until after the divorce Case Tel he has also granted a writ of attachment against personal prop erty of this act is Sam to have been taken by the wife for fear that Graham would grab up of Little girl and personal effects the Audubon she will visit with thrown from horse july son of Gene Pierce and out Riding saturday thrown from his horse and pretty badly it was at i first thought he was badly Hurt but i by sunday he was reported As get no along nicely and no Bones were but of first examination it was though he was Hurt it after a nights rest he was muck traction engine Breaks on Hill Accident on eighth Between Chest nut Street and Walnut this afternoon from wednesdays daily a traction engine belonging to Mayberry broke Down on the Hill Between Chestnut Street and Walnut streets of eighth this noon and the separator which it was the tender and Engineer All ran Back wards into the the separa Tor was badly banged up and the tender wrecked and the balance of the machinery was More or less fortunately no one was injured in the the loss will be heavy on the owners of machinery As it Means loss of Busi Ness As Well As damage to the a an Effort to pull the wreck out with the Asphalt steam roller Tayl in of visited last week with his brother Taylor of this Macklin went to ear Hiam monday Conley was taken very ill saturday she does not improve and her friends Are very anxious about Campbell has been ill for the past few Days Butis now improve Dan some was an Adair visitor on sons and a Niece from Davenport who had been visiting them started or an Auto trip to the Cavern part of the state thursday Reed Wen with them As chaff eur and will be gone about two dolts has been on the sick list but is Able to be Down to the City this the evangelistic meeting in the big tent on the school grounds Are increasing in the Union of the sunday schools last sunday was a production of much a number of Young people signified their willingness to accept Christ and to be helpers in the Christian the entire Day filled with interest and the tent could not accommodate he Large crowd at visited Lewis Roscoe Clark it Antis for several Days Gill of Exira was in the City this morning on her Way Home from where she Las been visiting for the past three Oeffinger of Olio Lias been in the City the past week visiting at the Home of left last night for her Hupp and daughter car Rie expect to leave this evening for where they will visit for several weeks at Hupps old Hupp will go in a Short time and will join them Marker is in the City visiting with his and he wll go from Here to he is doing Chautauqua work for the Redpath com obituary of later Harris from tuesdays Dally Lester Eugene Harris was born at the Harris Homestead in Plymou Cass and came to his by death at july being eighteen Elev Al Mouths and four Days old at tolf time of his he spent entire life on the farm Home of it Jujj he leaves to mourn his sudden Home his parents and three and two Viz miss a Ira and Leo Lester was a Good boy and Laid Broad and deep the foundation for Noble and useful obedient and he Mads himself an invaluable member of the now stricken was gentlemanly and he loved Home and All its Dutiful and faithful to his and beautifully affectionate to Brothers and his loss is Verf keenly As a boy he had an unusual est in the affairs of the farm and we knew and loved him of Atlantic at the Cotton Home buys new Jackson oar or void if and miss Van Slynko was on the sick list last she is much bet Ter at this Guy Swartz boy is recovering slowly from a severe Conley received a car Load of peaches from Texas last week he sold at per Nate Mcvey sold his residence on the Corner of third and Maple Street to j the consideration was Twentyfive Hundred they will move to Atlantic to occupy a residence recently purchased Caulfield of came last week to visit her Daugh de Barker entertained a few Young ladies at her Home last wednesday the Mitt of the evening was a Dainty luncheon was served and a very pleasant time was enjoyed by All Fred Phillips came in form Stan Friday evening to visit his Phillips and wife he returned sunday Harris was an Atlantic caller Coe and son David re turned Home thursday evening from an extended visit with relatives at Bluey miss Ethel Donohoe was an Atlan tic visitor atthe Home of missed a miss Vesta Perkins returned Here from a Short visit with friends in Hydes new Brick Wagon Henry Pohnke and family wife and of left this morning for their Home after a Days visit with his brother they Are just returning from a trip to the Pacific Terbush and her daughter Law of who has been visiting at the Home of and left this morning for where they will spend the Hattle Wilson and daughter Mabel of who have been in the City for the past several Days visiting their Many left this morning for Missouri Val where they will visit for a few Days before returning to their Wilson was a teacher in the school Here for a number of years being located at the East Side build the closed a Deal yesterday of the Purchase of the vacant lot Elm Street Between which is the common experience of Tho Many neighbors and you but friends among whom he has lived and in Public and private his conduct was thoroughly Manly and the funeral services were held the Buck Creek of which the deceased had been a regular the service was conducted by Hohensheldt of assisted by Smith schedule of train to red tax the following is the schedule of the special train to red Oak August wednesdays Dally 4 coaches going Atlantic Griswold of Stennett red Oak tic returning red Oak

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