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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 18, 1910, Atlantic, Iowa
Id november 1910 w statement the uie of his in the Campaign for the port wednesdays Dally pastor of the of Christ made the following today that those who have so ily urged me to become a Candi for the position of Post master Lithot misunderstand my Posl i in matter i deem it my duty my position entirely Clear to first of All i can not but be pleased because of the spin bub Friendship that caused the of Atlantic and Vicinity think of my name in this connection nor can i be insensible fact that these friends have the very goodness of their a hearts sought to do me Honor in thus presenting my to say that i appreciate to the full kill Good words said by both the Jaily papers and the people of our Little City would be stating the Case would not be human did we feel our hearts grow warm at these expressions of Good will and coming As they have from every part of the with All due appreciation new justices elected in the county v f list of the peace officers of the county in each of the townships from thursdays Dally the following la the list of new justices and constables named in Case county at the recent election Justice of the straight John Frank Bear Grove Jacob Warne Constable Joe Joe Marsh Floyd Brighton Pelzer Anton Cass Camp Hank Edna Smith and Gerlach constables John Franklin township Ritt Charles Sherrett con George Grant Mill Wheatley Fred Grove former Atlantic Man is named for the Senate yet after tue most careful and prayerful consideration we have concluded that we ought not to allow our name to be used As a candidate for As to my reasons i would that last and All the time i am a of the and As such l am naturally in favor of every moral Agency for the Good of our while All right minded per sons must recognize the need of a change in the present management the yet i can not but feel i Wield Voul Dibe of infinitely More value As moral Force if exerted in my pres capacity As minister in charge of than it would if entered moral one though it As a minister of the gospel i pledge ago to devote my life the service of my god and to the if spiritual uplift of the people and to Lincoln Eagan John Moore Noble kist Herman Holcli pleasant Frank Van con Van Pomosa Toepfer t Union Thompson Eugene Pierce Victoria Watt Devorc Frank Washington Bailey constables John Mulu Scase commented on Register and Leader some thing to Bay about cart county Case the Register and Leader of Des Moines prints the following interest ing editorial Lafayette Young Lafayette Young publisher of Trio m nines form Erly editor and owner of the anything that would militate against this service would make me happens Chur to my while it is True that few men could be insensible to the salary and the Honor of the position yet personal mention bit of local information Short items picked up by re porters for the daily Tele graph in Day s rounds talk Avith wednesdays daily Holmes of Beira was in the City spend the miss Georgia Byrne of Lewis was in the City spending the Voorhees spent the Day Here with Frank Johnson and children returned this afternoon to their Home in after spending the past few Days at Trie Home of and 1 from thursdays daily Dora june went to sva nut 1 this where she will visit j with Dooley went to Casey Liis afternoon to visit with her son in Elmer Pellott and Leslie Smith returned from Council where she has been spending a few Days with her Smiley left this morning by from thursdays daily a Btl tank cask evidently a new Era dawned in politics in Cass the Republican county chairman found himself at the end of the Campaign with on hand and unix instead of following the time honoured custom to pass Over matters better left he returned the balance on hand to the pro one of the Cass county new spa the Atlantic professes amazement and says frankly the news confesses that it does not understand this kind of it also finds in the proceeding doubt As to the chairman efficiency it contends that he should have blown it All in accordance with uni Versal itis not any wonder that the news along with practical Simula looking on Bigeye and open with astonishment while this Money was being Iowa political history Doest record an other Case like As far As at least not very Many of in come and outgo have a very Peculiar Way of just balancing each other in Campaign its one of the tricks of the Trade to make it do replied one county chairman once upon a time to an inquisitive Young reporter who asked him about the strangeness of Large crowd a the Butler i help family John Butler and Wirt a recipient of Many Beautiful presents yesterday from wednesdays a Large company including 100 neighbors and free Nils and Tives called upon John Butler of wife in by Mona township afternoon and helped this worthy couple celebrate their Golden Ding there were Many handsome presents and Butler enjoyed the Day As of the great events of their they wish the Telegraph to extend Thalji thanks to every person who was there or sent word and to assure the friends that they enjoyed Day the Telegraph acknowledges Seipt of samples of the cake yesterday and wants to express self As very much in favor of Golden wedding we wish might come postmaster seems Well satisfied prom wednesdays daily postmaster Williams is still at work with his petitions and hat secured a Large number of he is deeply interested in the he forts to get out candidates against him and said this morning he feel any Republican of Atlantic has s right to be a candidate if he concerning the candidacy of ref postmaster Williams said i have a High personal regard for this hustling conscientious Young Minifay he has done a great Deal of in Atlantic and his work entitles to the admiration of his but what else can be expected in As to has Success with theae Days of Reform it is getting Williams said this morning More and More so that Only honest men feel fully at Home in the political sinner Shower at Massena girl friends of Bride to be Honor miss Minnie sinner am getting Many i am Cen Tauly grateful to the people of t Community who Are giving i have had Many up the office and ask for an Unity to sign my i am mighty grateful to those people who have assured me and Gaylord for Greenfield whore he will at prom mondays daily Charlotte same time the minister of the aged 83 six months and ten gospel virtually pledges died at the Home of her Daugh be becomes a to a life Minnie Adams cos Kim voluntary and to the Estreet saturday evening at chewing of worldly i can not old age was the Muse of her feel that seeking of prominent been signs of at eighth and Walnut Are the proud parents of a nine Poung baby miss Jenkins of who died saturday Illas been velting at the Home of Al Petit and left this morning for her tend to piano business during the thorny of Dos Minos is in they take no Stock in the made upon me during this canvass a and these assurances i shall of which miss Minnie sinner is forget As Long As i a gave an unique Shower in offices at the hands of the Public Down for would be out of Harmony with these was born in spirit of ministry As i Maiden name was Charlotte rde stand j happens Chur was therefore viewing the question married in on november k4 from every possible Point i am com at Germany and came to to decide that the America in settling in Chelca the candidacy offered would resided there and seriously interfere with the to Atlantic where has Sluce Teress of the course i but her was killed on the Rock Island Road while working As a Section had six than that it As it seems place my ministry on More or tit a financial and worldly True and believing of whom died in n heart and soul in the right Frank died in the three Milo Smith and baby Are the1 City looking after business mat ters and visiting with relatives in the Lewis of Walnut was from Council Bluffs visiting with in the cily urls afternoon on her Way Erh and prank Gault of Beira was in i to where she goes to visit for i Aiyer of who Dolring no greater privilege or that of devoting my life and believing As i to i can Best serve the moral in iof the City and Community in capacity of x minister of i respectfully wish to ask to drop my name in con with the Post office Candi expressing my appreciation intentions of my friends myself anew to work for the moral arid m betterment of our City in possible myself of Trie Church poetry breeders jes interested in poultry meeting at firemen 19th at 10 fleeting decide and transact other one Valley poultry surviving children Are Minnie left this morning for Des Adams of cos this where Alice will visit with Willmuri three relics the City this afternoon on her Way Toms Bee at Carroll visiting with Rel Des where she will visit for Soper returned this morning t his Home in after spend ing a few Days Here looking after business prank Porterfield leaves to night for a Southern trip which will last about ten he will be look ing after business Marsh of who has been in for the past few Days stopped in City at the Home of and returned this afternoon to her Alice Inhofe and her West of Atli and set of Colorado the funeral service will be lie i wednesday after noon at will be a Short service at the House at that Ner and at 3 Oclock a Short service at the German Luthern Church in charge of burial at at lactic j Anita people wed Here from wednesdays Dally miss Cora Henderson daughter of Henderson of and Fred by line of the same place were married Here this afternoon i at one Oclock by mayor at his the Young people re turned this afternoon to on where they will make their the Groom is employed in the Grace meat Market at they were accompanied by his by line of and the brides and her will go on to where she ill spend a few Fisher left this morning for and from there she goes to to spend a few Days who is sick at that Fisher has been in poor health for and has been failing very rapidly of miss Agnes Wolf of Audubon was in the City for the Bruit returned this afternoon from where he has been Rookin Gafter business matters for past Longnecker and mis Emma Kite of Walnut were in the City spending the Day with Thompson and Amanda were in the City spending the Day with Emma Moreland went to Lota this afternoon where she goes to visit her Hewl Ett for several was in the City this afternoon on her Way to her Scull of who has been in the City for the past few Day at the Home of her Harry and has returned Mcguire of Audi boil was in the City this afternoon on her Way to Des where she will visit friends for a few Howard is Here from where he went two years ago and located on a he is visiting with his for a few Beltz returned this afternoon from Iowa where she has been for the past several weeks visiting her Fred and Frances Davis of who have been in Griswold visiting at the Home of miss were in the City this morning on their Way Tye and miss Lillie Thayer of grew old were in the City this afternoon on her Way to Gale after spending the Day in the City with Margaret Mccuen of Colum arrived in the City the City this afternoon and will visit at the Home of and on South Olive John Dufford and Dufford went to Anita this where they will spend the Day at the Home of White China to paint finest assortment at Henshaw it Martin the Peoples store her Honor monday night at the Home of miss Meda the evening spent in piecing quilt blocks or the Bride and a very merry time the Shower called a Wash Day Shower and after refresh cents had been the door to he sitting room was thrown open disclosing to View a line Laden with Many useful a Clothespin Iron fastened on the Bride and he was Given a Basket to gather in he besides the articles on the Volch consisted of Pillow Tow a Dresser there was a tub and other articles Perrin Anil no to Wash there were twelve guests one from out miss Gertrude Bosley of being miss sin ners marriage to Frank Eblin will be solemnized wednesday at at the Catholic Voorhees gives reception at a Large number of ladies gather aft at the Voorhees residence this the occasion being an attest noon several ladies were present from Atlantic including in the near future Voorhees plans to give an afternoon at Home to with Fred Pratt was tipped out of it Art North of town the other Day s still under the doctors care Hart no fractured Bis Collar will Roberts who was Hurt n a runaway North of town last the younger ladies some guests from i Here is Champion ear of Corn from mondays Dally residing six Miles North of the City called today at the Telegraph and presented the editor with an ear of Corn measuring 131 inches in this tops off the thirteen Inch ear recently writ ten about and holds the Champion ship so file expense accounts from thursdays Dally some of the candidates who have filed their expense accounts with the county attorney 3 Fred supervisor Democrat candidate for supervisor f Mcgovern supervisor on Democrat ticket Bertha Johnson county superintendent 0 chairman of democratic county Day is still under the care of Arnold of Norwalk of a guest of Lawrence Galiher and her husband returned this morning fron the Galiher has been no in Omaha and his wife in Cefi will Curry and wife visited wife relatives in Beira Laura Dorsey Nas gone to Davet port for a will Shaake has returned South Dakota for a Short visit Umbeco Oaland miss Sparks married the nonpareil this morning contained a special f rom Avoca announcing the wedding there of of Atlantic and miss tie Sparks of this miss is the stepdaughter of the restaurant Man on Chestnut the couple went to Day before yesterday and secured a License and were married yesterday they advised the clerk m the court House that nothing must be said about the License and consequently it supposed they expected to keep the matter quiet for a
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