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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 10, 1910, Atlantic, Iowa June Ion the Telegraph from City to country it is a Long Way from the City to the yet a Bell Telephone eliminates the it keeps All embers of the family United and puts the City Dweller in immediate communication with relatives in the Bell Telephone unites thousands of and villages so that your Telephone is the Center of the 4 Given formaldehyde for Mineral water travelling Man Dies Accident j i stae j he then to Iuler who bottle was miss Abele came although this of i cupid but a Lew by thu bottle marked Hunyadi water con time Morton was exhibiting All the symptoms us lie was frothing it the his Muscles were in a stale of alternate tension and his head was Shak ing and it was pleading desperately for Weidner ran to his Ollice for who to lined Poison and Man Dies us a cult of the kirov Iowa Telephone its of news from Brayton any local happenings weekly review of the news in and around neigh boyhood Jacobsen of spent thursday night Ira sunday where she has been for the past Ralph will make his Home in town in the future after living on his farm for Many he recently purchased the residence North of the drug store owned by miss Arlene Bartlett was taken into the Rebekah Lodge Here last miss Vivian Bartlett and will Nelson closed their schools in Oak Jens Nielsen has recovered fairly Kimballton with his Neld township last Friday will Shultz is entertaining from his recent Peterson and family her son Willie Anderson of i of Bowen went to Des Anderson Koob took Minnie were sunday visitors at the Moines last tuesday to again under i go Freeman and daughter daughter of Eli Hausen to the were shopping in Atlantic lactic Hospital monday where she Between trains last Peter Christensen of operation performed on her 1 and Larsen was shopping in Atlantic Between trains Exira son passed a few Days the christens ii Home West of Hansen spent last there has been a new Oil station i wednesday with friends in j started the Cedar rap iils Mike Sorensen and miss Laura Oil erected a building and Amos Lelson were quietly married in aug Chamberlain Given charge of Jubon last they will make Williams of Atlantic was a heir Home on the formers farm East j business caller Here last i mrs Hans dryer and Fred Raymond Wagner of Anita is vis Petersen attended the funeral of the coroners jury returned a verdict of death by a deadly Poison accidentally administer a Call Over the Long distance Telephone from Louisville Keni Tucky for Coroner Jensen was received this afternoon from the relatives of the dead they identified the Man by name and description and stilted that instructions in re Gard to the disposal of the re Mains will be sent immediately by a return ticket to Council Bluffs was found in the clothes of the Morton is said to have a wife in Council Bluffs but no word has been received from proprietor of the Moore drug store said this afternoon i have no knowl Edge As to How the formaldehyde came to be in the Mineral water bottle and placed with the other it is possible that it was purchased for Dis infecting purposes during the outbreak of Scarlet fever about six weeks ago and was returned by the it might then in some accidental Way have become mixed with the bottles of Mineral this is the Only Way in which the Poison could have gotten into a Miner Al water Morton of Council travelling representative for the mens Outing shoes be Mise a factory wanted to dispose of them bought a line of Micik Outing shoos at a Low these arc first class goods of soft with Chrome solos and they Are regular value Ami will give extreme they Are the easiest shoes that you can buy for Wear Nve Are Selling them no the re Lucid Price of wee them i our South window Conrad shoe Hud been called by Moore then before either doctor arrive Morion had walked into the rear part of like store where he racked by Graham attempted to use a stomach but Morton jaws were set Fust and this was impossible Weidner came Back and the two physicians made a hypodermic injection of but by this i paralysis of the the fatal result of formaldehyde i had become Well before making the injection the physicians had Laid the deceased on the floor on a hastily improvised bed and raised his head and it was thus that he just As he was the hallway mail equipment representing lie Burr Mitic and pneumatic mail now in use on the Hock is innit and recently adopted by the depart offer a limited amount of its shares for Sale for a Short the he edit order of the Postol Lico department requiring railroads to equip with tin automatic device for the Exchange of mails from moving has caused All the railroads of lie country to Lake Steps in that an investment lit this time in these shares will net 24 per cent per and is us Safe us u inne it for full inor Mutini address the railway mail equipment Toom postal Ima came tense when attorney Good a water is the mechanical antidote Speed asked was the Cork in the for this asked whether having returned to his inc game As irom his administered came quickly Over to the in response to the Call which had been left there by j after Coroner gels i the but Sears replied it was a different the attorney was again voicing mediately would have saved the life of the dead he said it might have saved his Schavland of this City was Tania county attorney goodspeed and sheriff Duval were summoned and preparations for the inquest were immediately the deceased exhibits a Reddish discoloration in the Region g relatives at the Koob Home Rasmussen in this i Hamlin Hallock went to therm Opo Amos Anderson went to Exira monday on a three weeks monday on j the ladies Aid met with there will be childrens Day Arnold last week and the next Pises in the Bray ton Baptist Church sunday Frank Freeman left for Aberdeen meeting will be with miss Opal can non at the Hallock lick Orbrady Cigar company of Omaha was a victim of a fatal rain take on the part of Horace Sears at j the Moore drug company store at an Early hour this Morton walked into the store and asked for Hunyadi water a Well known Miner Al he took the drink and gulped it Down hurriedly because of the nauseating character of the the clerk had Given him formal was summoned Anu the remains the ii Ostion in the minds of All replying to questions by were taken to the undertaking rooms ent when he asked How was it that county attorney he stated that of the Osborne furniture store j the Peculiar pungent odor of formal ton was a travelling Salesman of Row de Hyde was not detected by you Mccord Brady tobacco company of when you poured it out Sears me stated the decreases replied it takes some few minutes had just been assigned to this Terrt this odor to penetrate the air so tory by the company by which be to become is himself employed that he Lii response to Sears to with him to meet the tra Deim of the neck and the Back of the head stated that As soon As Morton ques his he said he was Wal finc the inquest was held at Oclock Tion As to what he had Given him for him at the depot this Mort Bias Sam Hoffman and i caused him to pick up the bottle the intention the i Tain Mullins composed the lend smell of it he immediate stated that he Sears was called in j by detected that he had Given him iof the Park responses to questions by county at the wrong but did not recon a staying in regal Tomey he stated that he Nize what it he said i failed to bring him depot is a registered pharmacist and As of it and merely thought that i had i while he was waiting such is employed at the Moore drug j Given him something i Ihen j reached him that a Man had the attorney asked at what i went for a doctor suddenly and when he was describe time did the deceased come into the proprietor of to he found that the dealt the Moore drug store was then Calle Man was the one for whom he his test Lemony Corro bated that going up to the it he was then requested by the on by he stated that in Bis j he at once i Deitte county attorney to set Forth in his Only a very Short Hinl Sears replied at about eight Oclock this own words the events leading up i to the death of the Man lying in the Val elapsed before Weidner a Schavland stated that Rived on the scene and but a minute lived in Council Bluffs and that he Mineral water and within a few min utes Morton was a he taken to Osborne undertaking shop i where an inquest was held this morning by Coroner the clerk cannot be blamed for adjoining Sears said in effect later Graham Moore was a married the deceased came into the store estimated that about ten minutes1 Elliott proprietor of the part for a Glass of Hunyadi elapsed Between the drinking of the hotel said to a Telegraph Repon Tor i took a bottle bearing the Poison and the death of today the deceased came into the Label of this Brand of water from the usual compartment in which it is the attorney aske1 what is i hotel yesterday and your knowledge As to How the for asked him if he desired dinner and Ralph Hawks of Exira was Here tuesday where he will file on on business Bis claim he Drew sometime miss Letta Smith returned to her i Home in Harlan tuesday after close Grove City ing her school Friday at the Oakfield Hyatt who has been farm ing in Nebraska is Back to Grove City and Koob and son Ros and expects to remain about two Coe spent a Short time in Anita Sunj Hyatt had an attack of blood Poison while out West and is miss Mary Curry of Atlantic is a guest with Pearl at Hallock Home this the lame tuesday night was the fiftieth birthday of Acker and about miss Clara Bendixen of Omaha of is trends went to remind the error for the bottle he used was i out the snal aldehyde came into the bottle Lai he said i am going East bleed Hunyadi water Moore and will not be Back till the labelled Hynal it looked like Hunyada it was cold and bad lost a great Deal of the pungent odor which accompanies formaldehyde when Morton went into the store shortly after eight Oclock this morning and asked for a Glass of Hunyadi pharm was standing near the soda Fountain and opened the Compart ment used to contain this Mineral about three i took the bottle exhibited Here from three bottles lying there for the reason that it showed that it had been while the remaining two were sealed i noticed nothing unusual in the liquid i poured in color it was identical with the Mineral asked whether he distinguished any thing unusual in the door of the liquid Sears stated i did Sears attitude during the examine the tragedy of which he had been visiting friends i him of the the Grove scno01 closed last the in Hoegh and Pagaard j came Home from pcs Molnes mon1 Day where they have been on the afternoon they All took their news suppers and went Over to Cooks Timber and had a the term just closed has been prosperous one to the pupils and a term which their miss should be Mike Sorensen bought Jens Jen Sens horses and implements on his Jensen expects to go to Elkhorn to Marlon Jenkins and Vivian of Ulitt Fri out of three bottles of the demonstrated deep sorrow at water resting he selected one which showed by its appearance that it had been from this he poured the usual Quantity of the about three ounces and mor on drained it at one As soon be lowered the Glass from his lips be turned to Sears and said1 Bartlett were shoppers in Atlantic the Farmers of this Vicinity have commenced blowing although Peter Johnson went to to visit for a Short Jorgensen of Kimballton was at the Viggo Rasmussen at Tlle a4rdome saturday night from the Corn is Small yet owing to the cold weather and Lack of warm Rains a Good Many attended the show a guest Home Here last Chris Grau was called to Hamlin by the death of her Rasmussen Nielsen and Peter Hoegh were called to Omaha on business r v John Hansen who is taking a in a Hospital in Lin making a weeks visit among relatives Hazel 0111 of Exira was calling friends last Andiew longhand family of Anifa weve wednesday visitors at the dict Gie Mensen and child Ren were calling on friends in Harall miss Jessie Herbert is visiting at the Laartz Edna Black of Cumberland is visiting her Frank while coming from town last Friday evening the horse of Randolph Stone became fright ened at an Auto and turned by Over bruising Stone about the head and rheumatism cured in Hay Detchons Relief for Elsm and neuralgia radically in one to three us Cattou upon the 19 remarkable and Effer h removes the cause and what is replied i have absolutely no registered As knowledge As to How the poisoning he said that he was a Spee Faff crime into this bottle or How the Bot Cigar for the Mccord Bray tie came to be in the receptacle for company of Omaha and would Socia Ted with Schavland the Morton spent Al least part of the Day yesterday in Mineral vere Ringle was questioned on the stand by the county in response to questions he stated that he has charge of the soda Fountain i at the Moore drug store and that he was in the store this morning at the time when the Accident his testimony was similar in Alles Iowa crop report for the week ending another Cool and dry week Piatt been added to the record of this the unwitting but at the same Enolal Points to that Given by Geason Sears in his testimony says that tents and detected the i Ace Sears and Moore and was practically a repetition of their state inputs in different the principal Point brought out was an Alipo Lute denial As to any knowledge of How the formaldehyde came into the Mineral water Graham stated that Morton was in a dying condition when he first saw he said that he gave a hypodermic injection of was the first physician he found and strychnine but that this was useless time he indicated by his manner that he Felt that the fault Lay in the fact that the formaldehyde was in the Mineral water bottle and lying in the usual receptacle for rather than in his administering the Poison in when asked As to what he did for he replied that it was Hunyadi Wathe Aas stance of the sick Sears or and that he took up the bottle stated that Lle ran at once for a Doc to show he smelled of the Contor As stated above Drw Eidner or was about l degrees below nor nah i with a decided deficiency of rain fall and less than the usual amount of while Light showers buried in nearly All sections of the state the amounts of rainfall were in sufficient to be of much Benefit except to retard the further drying of the surface replanting of com is still in Progress and the late ing is showing i fact that the were other than the when Lle Morton was already Mineral water which he had suppose in a Sears was ask he had Given theed what symptoms did the sick proprietor of the As does Man exhibit he replied he com me testified that Morton died about Tham was but on account of poor also Sears and Ringle who in also fenced to froth at Mouth employed by that there Washe was asked As to the length of time which he thought passed after some further conversation Between the Der eased and Sears in regard to Morton drank the Poison and before what he had and that he Aji Nhis he replied that in his posed that complaining about fifteen minutes in regard to the Quality of the supposing that it had pro Ahly he also stated that Morton head gone dead lost the Peculiar was shaking spasmodically and that sparkle and taste which it Baa through Durons this conversation Moore went past the two and on out in front of the store where restarted to do some All this coupled but a immediately upon detecting th0 fact that he had Given Morton he kept asking for Sears was asked what is your knowledge is to How the formaldehyde came to be in the bottle he replied i do not All at once the thought seemed to enter the mind of every Man present perhaps the a aldehyde had been in the bottle by the which puts out the cold weather and the of Cut and wire thew will not be Over 05 per cent to 75 per cent of an average the cold weather has also the growth of Corn and cultivation in Only just beginning in the Early planted Small Grain and Graham replied specially Oats has made satisfactory Progress and Aie still in Good Condi Rye is in Bloom in and Early potatoes Are in Blossom ins the Northern grass in meat own and pastures is but other Wise Iii fairly Good the soil is in exception Lity Fine tilth and a few Days of Warni weather All crops would rapidly Al though it is now too late to an average of even the most favourable fruits will be nearly a three minutes after he asked As to the effect of taken he stated that it kills by paralysis of he at Torney goodspeed asked what would be the usual and reasonable procedure in a Case of formaldehyde oils nning the usual procedure in nearly of Poison is to give an emetic immediately he was asked in your opinion would an emetic administered immediately have saved the life of the Graham said it is impossible to say Weidner in his testimony said Tat in ills opinion about ten or minutes passed Between the time he first saw the sick Man and the moment of his f

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