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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 6, 1910, Atlantic, Iowa M More limn any other 29 per Chat and Nick sent that these figures represent not factory output or deliveries to but individual purchases by Iowa also leads All makes registered in Iowa during Here Are 229 Maxwell 50 77 Auburn 40 Cadillac 67 36 no More than 25 of any other make were regal 34 Velie 33 27 coming Back to fix up his political fences Model t f o r d Atlantic delivery All equipment included Ford Exten Sion Auton Faux brass gas1 lamps and 3 Oil tubular Horn and kit of 4 20 5passenger Tourin g All Vanadium oar with a 100 Inch wheel the first automobile made in Detroit was a Ford the first car Barney Oldfield Ever drove the first american to establish worlds records the first two Cylinder opposed motor made in America o the first four Cylinder car made in America was a the first six Cylinder car made in America the first runabout the first four Cylinder touring car Selling the first car with Magneto embodied in motor the first car made of Vanadium is the Only Large manufacturer of a Loop red car that is not paying any Combine a when you Buya Foed Caroti Payfor an automobile not one cent for tribe Ftp r making cars a Ford with Ford factory facilities could Mafe As Good a car As Ford at ifs Bike com nation or association should demand a Royalty on every car and dictate the manufacturers policy in an Effort to control the automobile bus Atlantic Des Monics Dakota and Canada lands we have for Sale lands in South Dakota 915 to per North Dakota land from to per land to per l balance in five anybody with to cac Purchase a Quarter Section of excursion rates for round trip to Canada to North and South any Point in Case Oapl and 8kb us con Way Smith Bell phone 18jt v ctr Muston phone is l Smith votes with insurgents interest in Bill coax Mineral water natures frys Colas Mineral cures kidney urinary diseases and stomach shipped Only by Fry owners of the Fry Spring col write for Booklet Fry Iowa Albert Johnson has returned from he went to look after his Tow by ble farm North that the buildings were pret Thywell covered by insurance but Johnson will have to stand a lose of Between and on a Quantity of Grain was j j Walnut people Here Bixby and a number of other Good roads enthusiasts from Wai nut were in the City this afternoon make arrangements with the at lactic club to cooperate la Putton the state dragged Road in Condilo and to discuss matters in connection with the coming of the off Clareath finding car for the hidden tour about provision of the Bill As presented May readers said tonight they hoped to be Railroad legislation and would do All they could to get but they believed it doubtful if the regular readers would let it go through Sim ply because As the Bill is being shaped up the railroads do not want it and therefore the regular leaders will be pressed to sidetrack it is known that some of the sen ate leaders Are urging that the Bill be they say Safe legs action cannot be had at this time and t would be better to not have a prominent Railroad attorney said today that As the Bill has been shaped the railroads did not want afternoon in the House judge Walter who has been lining up with the Cannon forces regularly on the Railroad Bill and amendments joined with those who voted to strike out Section 7 of the this is the traffic agreement Surprise was caused when judge Smith voted As he opinion is widely divided tonight whether there will be any Railroad legislation the belief grows stronger that if the leaders can arrange it they will let the measure die in con Ference or linger there until next talk is heard that in View of the fact that the House and Senate Are Cut from under the thumb of the leaders the postal savings Bill will probably not be passed and that the whole administration legislative the Home of pianos Chickering Vose Howard Lester everything musical Sheet music string phonographs piano players also Best sewing machines programme is in a v j 4 v judge Walter Smith our ninth District congressman w to is to hurry Home before the clone of the congressional session to look after his political fences in ninth advices from Washington state that the judge is in Fine condition and ready for the h e will probably be Back in Council Bluffs sometime next week and will devote the remainder of the until june 7 looking after his Camp Alan the above picture is one of Dave Shuter is Back from West returned monday night has interesting Story to Teu of the tand values in the state of Nebraska Dave Shuter returned last Mon Day night from where he was looking Over his land in and while there 160 acre improved farm to George who with his brother de Al ready owned 1120 the Berg boy shave made Good Money on the lands they bought in Perkins county and consider their investments absolutely sure and Souter reports everything on the in that they having had several Good Rains this and a 36 hour rain this Sun Day and the wheat is up in Good shape and looking and the Farmers Are ready to begin Plant and Joyce entertained a few friends eat a very formal dinner yesterday in Honor Gall Hammill of South Dakota and miss Edith Agger of a Gerstorff they go to Omaha today spend a few Days with and r they will resume their Lour of Friday for South miss Abs of to spend several months in the wild and wooly West Sorenson of Harlan who pm been visiting at the Home of Crota Aat live four of taken suddenly 111 last night an4 in a critical a remarkable by fasting he seems to have covered from diabetes and Brights disease May ing they had Only a Light and full crop of the county is growing by leaps and three new elevators of 000 Bushel now going Lei a residing at 468 fifth after an illness of Ifft eral months is again falling his very ship in the Dubuque will have almost a the of his illness the recovery 1 form a tale that a new opera county College and High several other buildings to be erected this besides a Large number of Good Resi new Cement walks have been put in All Over and the is remarkable to Early last november Nam risk began to he lost flesh rapidly and later was compelled to give lit his the doctors diagnosed his Case As a combination of Tes and Brights such a combination is exceptionally the specific for one malady Hastead then Smiley music Little City looks trim and there is every Prospect for Grant making one of the Best towns in a radius of 100 As they have a very Large territory to draw and a Fertile country Back it Davo says land prices Are advancing and buyers Oming every Day who know a Good Hong when the see and grab on o some of that Good Rich and before pressed with the future prospects for his country that he has postponed his going and will try and get the people in this part of Iowa to go out and see for them the Best in firs class land to be had he says he will prove this f the people will Only give him a or Shuter has sold Over acres of these lands in the barred Plymouth Roek eggs m for for hot Are from prise winning Kurda of laying Tow 111 to from hens and 70 pullets to the month of la of extra who was recently operated upon at the Hospital Here for appendicitis is about to re turn to her the Progress of the the usual treatment for either diabetes or Brights disease we not available and gradually failing the patients condition reached to Point where the physicians in charge announced nothing More could be done for the end was await matter of friends of the sick among themed Evans of this urged Dave is so i that the no food method be it was a last a sort of grasping a drowning Man at a Nimrick entered upon a total Abst Lance from food for ten describing his experiences during his period Nimrick declare4 he craving for food was Manifest Only during the first two or three later he seemed to get out of the habit of eating and to nerf practically nothing for past four and every buyer has made Good Money on his investment he advises those who intend buying land this season to go out and look Over Ferkins he fore they and urges them to go As land bought now will make a Good Advance Falli he has something else to say about these lands in a half Page and in this a look it read it Over care others have made Money on these Corn Belt Nebraska Why not you the Telegraph along about the tenth Day he o again crave food and he started upon a Light there waa by particular hardship in connection with the at the conclusion of the Al though he Felt better than of had for his physician made a thorough examination but failed to find a Trace of kidney both maladies had left the patient and it has been by a month since he quit the there has been no recurrence of the Nimrick Promisee shortly to be in As Good health he

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