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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 6, 1910, Atlantic, Iowa V t May Cass county Best per 7ba1 from Anita Many items of it Early morning View of As it in the Eastern news of week r jul latest news from that Busy Little town presented by special correspondent Henry Brown proved into the Thomas residence in the East part of town this Andrew Mohne moved tuesday to the Jerry Karnes property in the Northeast part of the High school base Ball team went to Cumberland last Friday and played a game of 7 to 1 in favor of x the City schools observed Arbor Day last Friday wit suitable exercises and each Grade planted a tree on the school Henry Bangham who was run Over by a Wagon wheel last week is reported As getting but it will be some time before he la Able to walk without who was visiting her sister Jenkins and other rela Tives returned Home to Shl Cago last the misses Bowden who were the guests of Shugg and wife left Anita wednesday they will visit a few Days in new York City and then sail for they have made Many friends in Anita wishes go with them to their foreign the first band concert was give i on main Street tuesday Thomas of Marne was in Anita part it last week looking at tier business the ladies cemetery association met last saturday and commenced making preparations or their an Nual dinner on memorial i Rush Benedict of Shelby was in up for for state Obi Asam Hais thas been on the for the vast week and unable to look after her millinery the school Board have elected new teachers to fill vacancies made by misses Harburg and Dunn of at the music teachers place is still the 500 club who have met every Friday evening during the win Ter for social enjoyment had their april meeting at the Home of and Voorhees last Friday a Fine dinner was served by the lady members and the bus bans were jubilant Over the Carey came Home from Wisconsin sunday morning and Carey and son Harry Wear a More prom due own writes regular letter interest in North West part of the Monty John Trodt returned Home Mon Day morning from Hancock where he spent saturday and sunday with his brother and Sisters Harrison of Anita visited a few Days Here last Floyd Buckley was a Walnut Visi Tor sunday Maude trailer was an Atlan tic caller saturday Harrison and Winters drove to Avoca trailer returned Home sat urday morning from Chicago where Lewis notes of interest re Ulab weekly letter personal mention of people aae he went with de trailer and Pok enjoin the illustration was prepared under the direction of 1rofessor Henry Norris Kussell of Princeton University at the request of the scientific valleys Ccu Iet is shown As it will appear in new York on May 2 at 5 Oclock in the the comets closest approach to us comes on May when it is but Miles for a few Days following this it will be splendidly visible in the evening and then it will fade gradually As it recedes from the illustration shows better Tymn Uny verbal description where to look for the Comet in the Eastern morning the Moon and Venus Are shown in the positions which they will occupy about May 1 when on the the Comet can be seen to the Best at in earlier Date Venus was higher in the ski compared with the there was less i rouble then from but the Comet did not Rise so Earl about 4 a i on april 15 As against 3 the later the comets brightness when it in the evening ski about May 20 will be sufficient to Render any loud in diagram ii will Only be Ful to look toward the West half an hour or More inform the Comet which it does at on the 015 on the 1st and on the after which i will be clearly visible until after 10 j went to Nebraska monday on Busi Ness miss Dos brew was called Home wednesday on account of the death of her father Hiram Disbrow of Mullins spent sunday evening with Jesse Coats of s visiting at the Winters and Ellis Winters and daughter Anderson were shopping n Atlantic Smith and Nels Nelson were Atlantic callers wed miss Elva Mathies was an Atlantic visitor misses Vera Sankey and Minnie Cissna of Walnut were Marne Cal lers miss Effle Allen was an Atlantic caller miss Jessie Sifford returned to her Home in Hancock thursday after a few Days visit Here with her Friend Lena Hughes Rube Schmidt Sun Day in Walnut with Howard was an Atlantic caller miss Elma Wood and Harry me Theny spent sunday with her brother Chas Wood hear Alfred Long was Art Atlantic Cal Ler Scybert was in Atlantic on business miss Minnie Barlow returned to near that Little and Freemal went to Hamlin wednesday to tit it miss Priscilla Davis returned her Home thursday afternoon and Davis de to their Home in Chicago mesday evening having spent a few Days with relatives Theo Woodward went to ret Oak thursday on mrs de Askew and baby de to their Home in Valley Junction Friday after a pleasant visit her father Hopley and Chris Graham was an tic caller miss Maude Lewis returned Hove from Council Bluffs thursday mrs Cartwright was an lactic caller and Yetf and sunny countenance during her than they did prof and Parker and miss Alto Haish the seniors of the High school wednes Day evening at a six Oclock Harry Faulkner entertained a company of ladles tuesday after noon and also a similar entertain meet thursday born to Fri and Elmer porch april a twelve Pound and Peter Robinson who came from Nebraska ten Days Wilburn and family have found their visit saddened by the sickness and death of their nine months old baby the remains were inter red in Evergreen cemetery last Turner of Denver came tuesday to visit Anita friends the cemetery has Purchase four loads of gravel for the driveways cemetery which makes a great blood is expected Home on thursday of this week after a very pleasant visit with her two sons in the men who Are demonstrating the goal Oil burners for the Ordinary Cook and heating stoves in the Gate Are meeting with a great Many have Given orders and been w if Lew expensive than Coal and to much Huff we in town on to visit their son Glen and and Keihl returned Home monday and grandma Hunt will re main for a longer visit with Anita sunday afternoon As Sammy Kar nes was driving along main Street his horse became frightened and he was thrown out of the buggy to the Cement sidewalk and his leg was badly Hurt but no Bones adar attended his Shugg will deliver the class Sermon in the Church May mass Nellie Walker of Atlantic is in the City this week drilling the cast in the class Bob for the High the juniors will give a recep Tion to the seniors and teachers the Home of earning Brown at Berea next Friday the ladles Aid society of the congregational Church will give an entertainment at the Church Friday Beck Home near Elk miss pm Ted wednesday a will stay there for a few weeks and thursday at will stay there for a few weeks to help her sister with her House hold Floyd Green purchased an Auto Mobile Days last Mccaustland traded horse for an automobile last and a Anderson were sunday visitors at Spry Home Floyd Green put up a Supply tank for Hansen last and Chris Hansen spent lessens Home near sunday at Christy Nelsons new barn is nearly Chris Hansen has been hauling posts from he bought 400 red Cedar posts from the Oreen Bay lumber an Edson spent sunday at the oat Huldt the club meets thursday at the Home of mrs Ambrose Pel Lett the parents of Milford of arrived Here week for an extended Milford went Down a weeks ago to care for them on their journey Fred Warren has a Large new barn nearly completed to take the place of the one that burned a few weeks Elmer Pellett of Casey is a guest at the Home of who needed May an interesting program has been admission 26c and White is visiting his daughter in Avoca this George boat lbt of Stuart came Over for visit with Homer Boatright and fatally and her Many Anita friends and Frank Hutch non who has been employed in the major drug store for the past has gone to his claim in South Dakota where he will improve there Dayan Friday eve Ming of this week farming of i w41k lecture on her Home in Walnut sunday after working Here for a few weeks of Henry Zemien and miss Ida Krambeck were married in Atlantic they will make their Home in Des and Mark Anderson took dinner at the Winters miss Hattie Sanney was a Walnut last visitor jars a very Allen has blood poisoning couple of his hand miss Ogden of Des Moines gave a lecture at the Church Sun Day i Rothkop and wife Are visit g in miss Nina Christensen visitor on sunday with her sister a Bott in Baird was in Atlantic on and Woodward took dinner with Phillips and wife last the event being Phillips Birtye Clarence Hedges returned to her Home in Atlantic miss Rosella who he Berry spent sunday with ice Mother in f and Lawton re turned Home from England thurs Day having spent the past year visiting relatives Fletcher was an caller of miss Edna who teaches the Liberty Corner Day with her parents in Parks and daughter Ruth were Atlantic callers misses Lorene Weaver and Albright spent saturday and sunday with friends in the Junior class entertained class of 1910 at the Home of Marsh thursday a Pleat ant time is reported by All Jane Woodward and Ter Lenore returned Home from Ralph and Edna Fritz of Marne were visiting at the Becker Home Derby was an Atlantic Call Bliss Becker the census enumerate a Tor says he enjoyed the work and and swell were Allan found everyone ready and willing to tic callers saturday answer the file papers today Boyle who has been Temperance in the he come highly recon mend cat an Gates news Boose and wife had Busi Ness calling them to Atlantic one Day last Jens Anderson celebrated her birthday last sunday Martin Boose Isth Happy owner of a new top a number of Farmers around in this Vicinity have commenced Plant ing John Helken is building an addition to his implement p Christensen in on the sick list Thea Anton Andersen la recovering after his Heleb and Otto Welgh made a horse Trade five mile to Tomb some of the Young people Havi been of May nights was in r Des moine8 City is very much disappointed at the result which has been made known the following filed papers the auditors office today John Lary of Massena for clerk of Massena twp Republican Pelzer of trustees from Noble Republican Hermar Melsior Springs thursday miss Francis Funk was an tic called and Peters of Bear Grove were in town to visit friends a few Days Kettering came in Alabama saturday to visit her Stites inlaw will James and children River saturday to visit her Fathel 2 Joe fudge of Atlantic was a Ler Here saturday Between and Richard Kiehl an her Mother went to Anita saturday morning and visited Over sunday the Home of her son Macomber went to saturday to spend Day with his daughter there he went to the Northern of the state on Woodward was a Buffo Ness caller in Griswold monday aft Ter noon bet Nee who has bet seriously is better at this Macomber returned Des trustee Victoria the Des Moines news today democratic Downey of wishes a United press report to the committeeman from Mas effect that the unofficial report on Bena twp Norris Cumberland the population of Des Moines is trustee for Union twp other unofficial figures Are Lota assessor for Franklin Duval for inert on the Republican ticket Minneapolis Transfer new York May 1910 the Des Moines commercial club George Lary it Al to Nettie is said to be quite disappointed As Reynolds we se4 sw4 30 74 that City expected population ofu4000 or More As h is the gain is piecing to Mckee close in ten the unofficial reports indicate that the country of Elf gained 4 we lot 12 blk 19 Atlantic Van Camp and wife to d lot 14 blk 7 f from a visit with her daughter aft Grinnell monday afternoon miss Anna Disbrow of Omaha it visiting her Mother Park die and g Cotton went to Marne monday on business miss Priscilla Davis went to a monday she Home wednesday John Morton of Griswold item wednesday with miss Hannah Calder of Omaha is visiting her sister l Watson went to Anita Day on business and returned Host Cotton was an Atlantic Cal Ler John boiling and daughter Laura myrth departed tuesday for their new Home in Montana hot sister Laura Woodward a com her As As miss

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