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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 11, 1910, Atlantic, Iowa
Cass county Best March Price per Kab Rock Island towns lose Northern route for Good roads 18 endorsed j of the lib state Road will however come in Here from extra instead of from Wiota and Anita i to the Telegraph Des March Rock Island towns lost out at the Good roads caucus held this morning the Northern route through dal out Hole and Audubon counties was Given the official the Rock Island town representatives assert that some Sharp politics was worked on they say that the matter was not brought to a focus until the Southern route Dele Gates had nearly All gone out to Din prominent representatives of the Southern route said late this afternoon that Here will be two Roada if the convention proper formally endorses the result of the heated Cau Cus held this we have the Money in sight and will build a Road from de Soto to Atlantic said Frank Mains of Menlo the we were not Given a fair show at the the Northern route men sprung the debate after most of our delegates had left the room and gone to the caucus was purposely made late we believe to pull off this ruse on Atlantic gets Road it was definitely decided that at Antic is to get the Good Road even the Northern route was Selec the Road which wll probably be the official one will run from Des Moines West to Adel thence to red Field and Panora and along the line mapped out from out Hole to prom extra the id will shoot South to Atlantic acid thence in a Western and South Ern direction to Council weeks is chairman weeks was chosen chairman the caucus which convened at a few minutes before 12 Eichinger of the Des Moines capital made there was some general talking among the delegates and some formed the impression the meeting would not Convene until after dinner and attorney Moore of Guthrie Center presented the claims of the Northern route Bunch and moved that the Northern route be made the official Frank Mains of Menlo made a spirited reply and charged that there an Effort to Railroad a he moved to Amend by declaring in interesting news gathered from Over the county tit Uil Emit of Peom and Ottar happen legs of interest for tin past Woik told by our newsy letter from Rowold from Telegraph writer Many local happenings of interest to the readers of this newspaper amour Ulrych and wife departed tuesday morning for their new Baa been looking after business Ruby were Avoca callers wednes interests Here returned to his Home tuesday i Mccullough was in Walnut James Boyler and Grinnell of business made a business trip to Des Moines John Krambeck was in Walnut tuesday i on business James Boyler went Down to trailer was in Walnut Dexter for a visit with relatives and wednesday getting some dental latest news by Telegraph specials to this papa Al the very latest news bulletin of to tie hour of going to press Masse Nahas Booster club meeting held on monday work Del Burnham went to Sidney to Garland returned to her attend the funeral of his mothering j Home in Harlan saturday after a Days with her Law tuesday West and Meredith few Friend made a business trip to Kansas Grossman and Margaret Home in Texas where they will tuesday and expect to be absent Nelson were Atlantic callers Satur reason was in Atlantic on Frye a suicide special to the Telegraph March Ira Frye a prominent move on a farm for the coming Beveral Fred Burnham went Down to his farm in the Southern part of Iowa he has business business and Reich returned to Henry Morford of who came Home to attend his parents Golden wedding and remained g w Johnson is moving a House their Home monday from Exira after later on account of his mothers of the jots Ile bought in the North sickness and death returned to his Home John Brown the past has been quite 111 Phil Griffith has been talking of visiting a few and John Krambeck Atlantic callers Harry Rothkop returned Home went Down to Des wednesday from Omaha where he part of Griswold where he is going to build a Beautiful Homo facing the Scott Moines on a business trip had been visiting relatives moving to Massena As his father mrs Peebles and her Niece the funeral services of Hinton were Allan Knudson were held in the North who has a harness shop there is very much in need of help there being o much Cyrus Vanmeter has been very ill at Bis Home in the North West mass tic visitors at the Home of and Side Church and preached by Roy Hedges Schley tuesday there will be a neck tie social Mains were taken to Elk Horn and there at the parsonage at Wax Friday to rest beside his father in the lilt i part of the City for the past ten Days evening of this week under the a Elk Horn 1 to Fiat in i spices of the j by Vico i Lluc Joe Bratten has moved on the old Stennett farm one and one half of the Evan the ladies Are to make two neck Wear one and Miles South of town for the Comins j sea the other in an envelope which be sold to the highest George Forsyth went to Omaha tuesday afternoon to attend cloves was an Over sunday visitor at the Home of his son cloves and family of red miss x Hla showers went to Juriss Alvena Remien of spent sunday with her Par Olaf Remien and Elma Wood was an Atlan tic caller Fred Grodt was in Walnut on the two will he partners for sup everyone invited to j business Henry Donohoe has moved on to is was Alnut be the old Home place and rented his trains tuesday farm to Lorey who formerly t near the Wax Lewis the Farmers wi10 had Corn in the lips Man of Atlantic was fluid Are now going from Sun Rise r an Over sunday sunday visitor with unto Park gathering the Golden Atlantic visited saturday at the his family and returned to his work Spring work will open in i Tjon Ernecl in Atlantic a Joe where and Oscar Sarsfield of and family of business men and Farmers get to Gether in Good Strong local in response to a called meeting for the purpose of discussing the desirability of an organization for the boosting of the the citizens of Massena congregated in mass last monday and As a result of this deliberation an organization was formed and named the Mas Sena Good roads and improvement club thirty six of the business men signed the membership Roll the first evening and a number have been added the fact that there is a member ship fee makes it evident that every member is a live one and the enthusiasm displayed by each one pres ent at the meeting is a criterion of the results that the club will be Able to another meet ing will be held Friday night at which time bylaws will be adopted and committees of the different sections of the work will be and Ezra Porter of a have returned to their Home after a visit with relatives and friends in town and the Post office is now established in its new quarters in the recently vacated by Frank and Joe Curry of path physician Here hanged himself in a vacant store room this the room was beneath the ments in which Frye and his were living and Frye was the first to find the Frye was a son of m Frye who was Erly manager of the Frye hotel am big bottling works in Colfax family is Well known throughout to bal the Mabray Case special to the Telegraph Council March Mabray intimated Here during trial of his Case today that he might plead guilty in the event he could be assured that All indictments say one against him would he stated that he didst expect spend the balance of his life in jail and Felt that he had really suffered punishment enough the of the Council Bluffs Politi Cian was put Over to the next of court on account of the illness miss Marlon Forsyth has been a guest at the Harry i Jolley Home Nebraska for the past week and returned to her Home in this City tuesday after Walnut spent sunday at the Remien Pierson went to he is making his Larey has accepted the Posi Tion As clod Hopper for for Syth for the coming i miss Bertha Remien of Des Moines spent sunday at the Remein i Fred Kramback was in Omaha saturday to see his brother Claus Etna were guests of and John Casey several Days of last miss of Council a is assisting Harwood in run on Cleveland Bank special to the Telegraph March run on the society for a Cal continued throughout Tat entire there was a line of pos tors moving slowly All the every Book presented was at once and the depositors paid is no the show at the new opera House who in the no8pital there and was Best had the misfortune of breaking her Arm thursday and she is now getting along As monday evening was a Good one operate on for blood Well As could be Bennie mute dam was an Over sunday visitor at the Home of his turn to Griswold again the House and the attendance was if the Prince of Sweden should re Mother in Noble Henry Rathkamp the i would not hold All that would at the new will Side in grinding there will be a declamatory con miss Rathkamp is assist Sherdine who went to test in grip old on Friday night Allguer aunt Rathkamp in Griswold favor of two loudly for fair he shouted there was her House considerable of a word War Between Moore and upon a vote the amendment was lost and the motion to make the Northern route official the temporary organization was Jade the executive committee members present were John Foster of Guthrie de Delahoyde of Audubon and Thornburg of the other county executive committee Mem Bers did not Lafe Young chairman late Young editor of the Des Moines capital was chairman of the meetings held governor Carroll delivered an address in which he advocated a county Engineer for each county As a new it was decided to name a committee to draft a Bill to be presented to the general the committee is composed of the Fol lowing men i first Sec Ond Raymond third Cedar palls fourth senator Henry West Union fifth marshal Hown sixth prank Ottumwa seventh j a Knoxville eighth George mount Ayr ninth District John Guthrie Center tenth District Henry Jeffer ilium eleventh senator Sioux i committee will undoubtedly report in the county Engin Plai and in favor of extending Powers find duties of the state a with Hulley to be operated 18th Between the on returned Home the last part of and Anita this promises Andrew Carl Rothe and the week As they did not think an to be one of the Best contests Ever Lold Peterman have been helping operation would be any Benefit to held in the each school Peter Stolley the past week at car has some excellent Talent and there Penter w0rk Northeast of has been a great rivalry Between de Berk started for North a the k0ta monday where he expects to Joe the Light Plant spend this the Rural route men did not go out saturday on account of the bad condition of the Cline Bickett of South Dakota who have been Here visiting j old time friends and relatives were the guests of and John Morton Fred Wells the House mover of Lewis has been Down moving a Large building for Wyman who will have two new houses made from it to and Ike Honnold re turned from Shelby sunday after noon where they have been visiting and Del Burnham was called to Sidney by a message announcing the death of her Mother and Joe Fry and Little son were guests at the Ocon Nell Home and clime Rickett re has rheumatism and has to go on he thinks if the weather he will get Marne letter the Giali correspondent tells doings in that thriving Little City Frank West was an Atlantic caller tuesday Willie Woods was visiting with trends in Atlantic Harry Fleming of Atlantic was spending saturday and sunday with is friends James trailer and wife returned to de with heir Home saturday evening from turned to their Home in South Dakota sunday and Emigh of Atlantic were Over sunday visitors at the Home of her Bert Wyman met with a painful Accident by getting his head Cut open by a Timber falling from Well Frank Wyman shipped his car of farm implements and household effects to South Dakota and prank and wife started tuesday morning Truman Charley Smith and de pie Sou were Atlantic visitors Alexander made a business trip to Atlantic Lou Cocklin was an Atlantic vis her Lewis of Des Moine i Herman Rothe and Fred Rothe and wife and Carl Rothe and wife took dinner at their parents and Rothe Fred Osterman near gris Wold has been sick the past of Earl Alexander from North of Atlantic is visiting relatives this week near Chris Hende Schiedt and her children started saturday for spen North John Miller and family and Edwin Muller and wife spent sunday with and will Perg and i Ralph Sce Amish and family visit his evangelistic Sanford of Des Moines gave an interesting address at the Church sunday she spoke in the interest of the woman Home missionary society and will Mckee moved to Atlantic last miss Lulu Snelson has accepted a position with a drug firm in cres Willard Collman has gone to Des Moises to work for the herring Auto will Denham of Pine Grove will erect a new House this hoods Little Cleo while playing in a watering trough Mon Day fell and broke his sustain ing a severe fracture of the Oldfield of Mitchellville in visiting her and Walter Ragan of Wiota has moved into the Foucheck he will work for the Fullerton Bowen has returned from Taft club officers special to the Telegraph Des March 10 d formerly governor of Iowa was elected president of big Taft club formed last Bryan of Creston was named rotary and Homer a Miller of Moines treasurer it is planned of continue the Campaign throughout clubs will be organized practically every business trip to Wapello Ross Comer who has been work in Roosevelt starts Home special to the Telegraph March Roosevelt is expected Here Roosevelt and his draughts of Ethel will be Here to Greet they will Start lately for ing at red Oak is visiting at Home of his the Emi Pelzer and wife Sun Harlan where they had been with miss Emma Olsen spent sunday with her parents at Elk trailer was an Atlantic Aller Graham was an Atlantic Cal or Jake Taylor was in Atlantic Fri Day Between Mcafee returned Home sat urday from Lorah where she had Henry had a slight attack of John Schuler and family spent sunday with his Mother Henry and Blen visiting a few Simonton of Atlan tic visited her brother sey Mour and prank Ury were at lactic visitors returned Home from Manilla where she had been visiting her sister Mccarlson Winters was an Atlantic Louis Rathkamp visited sunday afternoon with and Fred George Rose and wife visited Over sunday with Lyman Sunder Man and Andrew Rothe went to Cumber land and transacted Lewis miss Ethel Myers came Home from Cedar Falls thursday afternoon to attend the Frank Macomber returned Home from his business trip to the Northern part of Tho state Friday of Macomber and de Phillips were callers Fri will Joyce and baby came Down from Atlantic Friday after noon to visit her parents Battersby and John Bohling and sister Reed in Washington special to the March Thomas banker of is Here working Agai att the postal savings Bank of visited Secretary Wilson today presented a Long petition to Gressman Jamison protesting against the woman burned to death special to the Telegraph state March Demange age 86 poured Kero end on a fire today which she thought was the explosion resulted la her death and her son Ernest attempted to save her was badly caller Winters and Dau Jocmer tiled Tho will locate Here the Adel Trainer and who has been corresponding with Carl Secretary of tin pair association after Coral in Here und looking Over the situation decided to bring his string of horse to Atlantic this season end so no Laura Woodward spent sunday with friends in pcs Perry Disbrow returned Home from an extended business trip in Wyoming Friday Morgan was an Atlantic Cal Ler Dow Telma came ill Beatrice tuesday to visit her sister he returned to Liis Hoiu saturday and Baker came Down from Audubon thursday afternoon to attend the bake Sheet they returned Home Fri Day poorhouse Burns special to the Telegraph Long poor House at this place Al burned today and one of the met death in a ghastly of Vlf others seriously twelve five Are killed special to the Telegraph March fifty foot Brick Wall left standing after a fire two weeks ago fell this Mornia and buried Twenty workmen five dead bodies have been re covered and seven Are so terribly injured that it is feared some will i i
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