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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 4, 1910, Atlantic, Iowa
The Friday november 4 to up in smoke at Masse afire Tai Itka Zimmt Bow gasoline restaurant Man lights lamp and gasoline that had leaked 8 on fire 1 sve business buildings went up in flames at this place this the Blaze started at 6 Oclock in Rich Edwards cd buds came Down Early and lighted kerosene he did not notice that gasoline had leaked during the might from a gasoline As soon As he lighted a match the gasoline exploded and the place was at once Fondl Hancsin very Good shape visit to Noble township progressives Send Back word that they Are for the whole Republican ticket from wednesdays daily Captain Bert Moun Forsyth and treasurer Worthing went Down into Noble yesterday to look Over the progressive they a Large number of republicans regardless of faction and found them almost solidly lined up for the straight Republican in the whole trip they found one re publican Whei was the least hit web tha fellow thought he might possibly scratch the ticket n one of the most encouraging signs of the trip was the visit with that Loyal Republican worker Fritz sae Fritz came out with the glad a mass of the following dest kind of a Welcome and announce buildings were destroyed de that he is for the Republican tick owned by Lof is not Only going to vote t himself but urge All his variety a friends to vote it being a Good tru Blue Republican sae Misch is not easily sidetracked b the hopeful democrats this i looks Liko the Republican Wil part of the goods wore Barber Holiday the Barber shop buildings Are owned by the William along swimmingly if the stand Pat townships will do As Well As the Rose Morehouse millinery building owned by Bene the buildings Are All a total Brick mild Long owned by next to the restaurant was the local fire department made a to Stop the Progress of the Republican candidate for legislature from Cass county progressive marriage licenses from saturdays daily i Emily grlsmold58 from tuesdays daily Meda Marie 24 Conley of Anita is dead lived Here 30 years ago death comes evening at the Home of her daughter in Here from tuesdays Dally word received Here this inborn no to the effect that for thirty years of resident of had died last she was sixty one years of she died at Tho Homo of her daughter by a daughter of Cecil of the remains will arrive Here tomorrow morning on the local at funeral services will be held at the Cecil Home on South Chestnut Street Cloch in Tho Conley and and Cecil will accompany the remains Back conveys death was clue to an Accident which occurred four years ago at her Home at struck her head against the Metal Point of a hanging lamp and a Bloo tumor she was taken to Omaha for an operation but Tho physicians advised against fearing that such a move would prove it was sail at the time that Conley would not live More than two probably three months ago and Conley went to Minneapolis to stay with their Conley was formerly a Resi Lient of Atlantic having moved Here the they fought against con Glde Rable the morning air was cold and All of property burned is Well the loss is about shops have into the Sample rooms of the Homan variety store has moved into a building owned by Sam twin ing and the millinery store is moved into the Downey Hogan i in tie had a Coal 1 Limo Telegraph will give returns at the opera open House to Tkv Rhyons next tuesday evening results will be thrown on canvass v i Hal Egbert will use Stere Opl r Titan machine to throw re turns on screen x from tuesdays Dally the daily Telegraph has arranged for giving the election next tuesday evening at the Atlan tic House has been hired and arrangements made for Complete returns rom the District county As Well As the elec Tion in other bulletins will t received at the earliest posse by moment and flashed on a Greet which will be placed across the to accommodate the returns extra Telephone facilities have been arranged a competent corps of reporters will be present at the opera House to tabulate the returns so that they May be Given not Only in detail As they arrive but by totals As rapidly As they can be figured Verj person in Atlantic or Cass county interested in the election May get the telegraphs returns free of the opera House will be kept open until a late hour if necessary be cause of any close further particulars will be announced later p Republican candidate Nious vote in the primary Hogan for the state legislature from Cass he in this if Inay be sub our of that the Mem oar list this part of the he has been a resident of receive letter from Tom Wallace from fid Daya Dally Ross Wallace received a letter from his father states Consul Thomas Wallace this is the first information that has been received since and Wallace sailed for they Are both the letter was mailed from Thomas and stated that they expect to arrive at Martinique lust sat Wallace Shore to divorce Case at Gates John Heiken charges her husband with cruel and in human treatment John of a station on the Atlantic Northern Southern rail Road North of has filed a suit Here for absolute it is asserted that the couple have agreed upon Heiken charges cruel and inhuman treat the trouble in the family started several years ago been kept up Ever the couple have been married for thirty Heiken is said to be Worth her petition month for the entire Republican tick the people Are convinced that i n has been working hard for a i has every township in the Anita for the past thirty Stella i county and is Strong in every Sec Conley was a sister of claims she gets Alimony Hogan has not been selfish he Malce a Momber of in his Campaign but has licked in the legislature and give this Magni acid helped the other Caiu Dawon Focient county the representation the Republican ticket at every Opo which it merits in to he has spoken in several j Gan is a Man who does lie places in the county and proved that 1 is a genuine he will a com be will make an Able Man in the leg plish Good for his Home he is a successful business he has Good is a Hustler Man with All his interests in Cass and his friends expect him to re his Home is at Massena cello a majority on where he received almost a unan selection Walter i Smith election certain see no Chance to lose Merit from the county and District j the straight Republican ticket will mean a big boost for judge the is personally very he has never been of lie Baa been rec cognized by the Legal profession following two severe opera also a former resident who now resides at Vedane died in Omaha wife of Farmer Here had been in Omaha to be operated upon and the result of operation was fatal from fridays daily wife of a Farmer residing about nine Miles South of Atlantic on route at at Immanuel Hospital in to accurate and As Early As they can possibly be make your plans to be the guest of t the daily Telegraph next evening at the opera House and will not regret a Good lots of minute and the first life of Elizabeth Mcfadden of Mark from wednesdays daily Mary Elizabeth Mcfadden born near and 1910 at being 6s five months three Days of on april 1866 she was mar ried to David to Union seven children were born of whom six Are still living to mourn the loss of William Odell mall the letter Wallace charges am Tillat stayed on the boat because of the been y republicans do not expect state As a lawyer of great and has behind regular major i if the state mid especially the i the r ties except in Shelby county a handsome majority it is admitted will be announced Clara both of from fridays Dally the judges chances Are much j Vedane was formerly Mary Oscar and Austin Mafud Deli that the election of Walter i j better than if some of the democrats and her father is a resident i of will Bickett and tense the boat upon which the wallaces sailed struck me Tat i end it the recent cuban and were not affected by the storm though most of the passengers were made very sea there Ninny friends will be glad to hear that Consul and Wallace had a Mcfadden was born 1872 Ujj remains will arrive in Allan died at the age of seven those j ninth District gives the entire ticket j tic in the funeral services living Are Elizabeth Bickett Smith is certain is Force Steil by elected or the Republican maj of she is survived by three Fred Mcfadden of Wilton two astute political a Tessers of this Josities Cut naturally there j Sisters and one step children who also Call her Moth with bodily ease will of the it is generally up in the december term of Heiken has retained Boorman of Atlantic As tier Ford advertisement Issue will be found the an Janoud lenient of tue Atlantic Automo company concerning the popu Lar Ford automobile for will pay every Farmer in the coun try to read this and and see what the Price of a Ford for 1910 is going to the Atlantic Auto company is thoroughly reliable company and Are always read with interest by Earl Bookhart has position at College from Dally Earl the successful music teacher in this and other places Southwest has been engaged by the blk Horn College to take charge of its piano his work begins next u he jury gives woman heart Balm a Lux 2 and judging that for which uhe sued was really More heart Balm ceded that Smith will carry Watt Mie hib Home Cerully great lawyers in the United Walker of i Westercamp of Rry Pattii states who aspire to appointment to j August of Chris land Elmer Mcfadden of b by supreme judge dec inv thulin of the surviving j so portly after to Weir this sends Linin out uus endorsement of stand patters j children Are and into tie do Hurlet in such a position progressives in the state and a jail living at Vedane was that it in practically impossible Hui Damott endorsement of the in forty one years of and was a overcome the the Only county tire ticket will do him no harm at j member of the methodist regarded As in i doubt by the Republic can leaders is Shelby county tiie j Mills county May be depended up Home of Cleveland the in Harrison county she was born in she came to this country with her parents when years of they than he condition of Lier feelings tie Cutic Mccleveland haa8ome to settled in Cass county where the in Dorl tort a carried the county for Bonixe tue men at ass Ouirt i father is ill Tho Mother boil in handed Federal jury Here today Solace miss Ella Bay of Merom with a verdict for breach of James san a leading banker of South was the reluctant two weddings at Christian parsonage succeeds in inspiring his College Clas ses As he docs his local work he will great help to the leaves All to hit wife from fridays daily two weddings at Tho Christian parsonage this week prove the popu Larity of muck with the Young people of the these wed dings were reported to the Telegraph the Day they occurred but Tho Rush of business in this office thu week has caused a Large nimber of ii Ewe items to get on wednesday afternoon Anderson of son of the merchant there miss Stella Oathoudt to this City and secured the couple then went to the Home of Mack where quietly Ollice for which he mile u run and there is no doubt that Home Pride win Cut considerable figure in the it is generally conceded that he May Curry the county his the republicans do not in tend to give up until the returns Are All the largest possible majority which it in Cleve May be Able to net though the claim the county by Tito to it they should Curry it by Roo it is hard to conceive How Walter Smith can he Defeated us he would easily overcome that majority in and counties there is admittedly a close Rico i Audubon county but it in to Valley against the can dilute but this has county precincts Are Strong for the republicans in cuss is expected to give judge Smith about cd lived that Smith will carry Tiro county by a handsome Utah re surprised the Smith forces at the primary and it is counted i Republican column at Lair in going Republican on the congressional ticket by not less than and Montgomery is there May be some slight reduction of this majority because of the local troubles in the but it is thought duct most of these matters ulivo blown real estate transfers october 1910 bibs Lowell and to Forshay Wil lot blk u add october 1010 John Brink and wife to Packard we lots 11 and 12 blk d k Yudil Atlantic Susan Ferguson to Maud Liv Ingston we 8 acres w Side of e 87 88 acres of nw4 21 75 Anderson sol to an Derson lot 3 blk 1 november 1910 hobbies music at opera House orchestra is engaged hobble has some Fine new music and his orchestra is making hit in the City hobbles which plays at the opera House Lias been engaged for next tuesday evening to Tiluy while the people of Case county Are getting the Krupps election this or Chestra in popular in tint City an will rive its choicest the Telegraph has arranged Tor Complete and District returns which will be thrown on a screen at the opera the returns will be free to the House will by warm and a Large number of peo ple can be there is no and Mufu Ducu came to Iowa and have made their Home in the Vicinity of Ever forty years of her life were tuna Biven to1 the development of our great Mcfadden was a consistent and being a faithful member of Dolst Church at Here was a Christian say is sufficient children Rise up and cull her the funeral services were ducted at the Church at by her former pastor of jt3w interment in the Atlantic Ronald Mckee Dies of Scarlet fever from wednesdays Dally Kowald Sou of sheriff William died last Euing after an illness of two wee of Scarlet the led Only weeks ago and i he Home is left without the Taco of a owing tothe of the illness the funeral was out doors this afternoon at 4 the friends were not per o look lit the Ami Mother were Given a special it to go to the cemetery ing the maj and blk lit to be the tele1 sympathize with to
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