Farmers Messenger in Atlantic, Iowa
2 Jan 1908

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2 Jan 1908

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Farmers Messenger (Newspaper) - January 2, 1908, Atlantic, Iowa January 19o8 new 34 Xiv we you All a Happy and prosperous new year the marriage Gregord month of makes a record for weddings Seldom equalled in the report of the county clerk is now being made up for the year and an interesting feature will be a com Parison of the marriages of the year with that of the preceding while the Eum total of 1907 shows a slight de crease in the number of marriages Over the year it is not the fault of the month of As that month made a record Seldom equalled by any Mouth in the history of the and bad every month in shown the in crease that december the years record would have far surpassed that of As it the number of marriages in 1907 were less than in id the latter there was a total of 177 licenses issued while Ifor the year Juet closed there Revti but the month of showed total licenses 5 of watch were on the 24ib Lor Christ Mas while december 1906 showed but 10 4 of which were issued on for Christmas the percentage of minors United in marriage during the year just passed was somewhat larger than for the year a to Tal of seven minors concerned in marriage licenses last year As opposed to but four the year two Licensee were issued the last Day of the dying August an Derson and Livaie Christensen and Fred Pieper and Amy Woite being the interested the weddings Dur ing the past week since our last were especially eight Cere monies not mentioned lust being and most of them were on the were Goldie Beaver of Anita and a thur Baugh Amof who were married Nellie Clay ton and Woodward of Mas who were december Jessie of Cumberland and Fred Davis of mar ried Mary Masteller Thompson of a Magarrell and Owen Carey of Cumber Louise Matthies and Bines of and Adolph Goodman and Estella Leigan of near All whom on Christmas Aad Cheater and Arlie Miller of who were married last this is a record i stand for some time Inthey matrimonial Market of a Forl one week and his does not include All the marriages performed the week All the Young have Many friends in and and Farmers messenger joins in wishing them a and prosperous wedded for rest a movement is on foot among same o Che progressive business men of at lactic to establish a rest room for peo pie coming from other towns and the country who come Here to the idea is one that has been tried with great Success in other and has proven a to the Trad ing bringing Many people from other places to do their the plan is to rent a ground floor room some place convenient to the business Center of furnish it with easy couches and everything com keep a Man or woman in charge of the place at All pro vide a place for checking keep newspapers and periodicals on hard at All times and Miike it a general place of rest As the name when a Farmer and Bis wife comes to they will then have a place they can go and while the other does the and it will be a place for friends from out of town to meet and the idea is a Good one and it would no doubt prove we Hope to see the move encouraged and such a room established in the near cars into Kimballton Board of directors of the s Railroad entertained by people of Kimballton new years will Long be remembered by the people of Kimball Tod As an important period a the his tory of that hustling Little upon that Day the first train to enter the town made its was a special the and carried the Board directors of the the people of Kimballton bad prepared for their com and served an elaborate dinner to the visitors and the employees who had helped construct to Road to that there were several speeches made by representatives of the Road and prominent citizens of Kim Baltod and the Best of Good feeling the company from Here went up in a special and it was the first train that had run Over the full length of the though some freight had been hauled into Elk the Road is not entirely though in such Shupe As to permit of cars running into the town of Kin nearly All the Money sary for of the last 50 per cent of the Stock subscriptions is be ing brought to the and in a Short time the Road will be an actual working in the development of this part of the when finally completed it a proposed by the people of Kimballton and Atlantic to bold a grand Celebration and Jolliffi cation meeting in Honor of the the worn of organizing the company and building the 18 Miles of Road in a Little Over a year is something out the Ordinary nod it 11 great upon the business ability and progressiveness of the Board of increase capital Stock Corn Sells Farmers who have Core to sell year Are certainly if the prices paid at Public Sale for this most essential product of the farm any the local dealers Are paying but 42 cents per yet the Price paid at sales where Corn has been offered is much higher than that the highest prices yet noted this season was secured by auctioneer John of recently at the e ale of when he Eold 305 Busbee of Corn at 54 cents per Iowa Trust Anc savings Bank now has paid up capital of to its an important meeting of the Stock holders of the Iowa Trust and saving Bank was held in the rooms of the Bank on new years at which All the Stock was represented either in person or by the business of the Bank for the last year was gone Over thoroughly and showed conditions to be much better Baa Ever with the volume of to Ana action 9 greatly in creased and the patrons of the Bank apparently Wall satisfied with the treats meat accorded them by the courteous and efficient corps of the financial standing of the Bank us shown by the last statement and advertise ment in this Issue of the messenger with the increased business of the Bank and the ire of the Stockhold ers the strongest financial Stib ution in Casa it Yves voted unanimously to increase the up capital of the Bank from to they also to set aside a fund of for the purpose of Selling and trading in real estate this will make one of the Best batiks in this part of the reliability of the Bank and the backing it has in the stockholders and directors is easily seen when the Fol lowing list of directors Are the directors constitute some of the wealth Iest men in this pact of the state and Are As follows vice pres vice cashier Ful Casbier Board o w Nels James Cuy Charles this represents a financial responsibility of much Over the Bank is prepared to take care of All customers and with the increased capital will be better than Ever pre pared to look after the wants of its growing list of a the old year 1907 passed out of exr i Teace tuesday night at Midnight Aid we Are now entering on a new the dying of the old year was celebrated by various social functions All Over the and of Baa decided to make the new year More profitable lean the we wish All Bur readers and friends a most Happy new Wayne Myers of Nobleton Eliphas leased the 80acre farm owned by Hie Mother dear Griswold and will keep Ball there next our poultry department Anna correspondence upon any subject 5 interest to poultry raisers All questions Wilt to promptly answered through the columns of Farmers feed for laying this question is often asked in a Good feed for laying hens in win the evening meal should consist of whole or cracked and morning meal of wheat or some prefer a hot Mash instead of Grain for the morning made by mixing equal parts of Corn ground Corn and seasoned with a Little Cay Enne Pepper or ground Ginger and mix with warm water or skimmed dont make the Mash Sloppy but add just enough water or milk to moisten in and feed about a quart to twelve Sut Dower spell Kaffir Corn and Rye Are All Good for too much Corn causes the hens to get fat and makes them and they set around too you should try to make the ration of the laying hens in Winter As near As possible like they obtain when running free in the vegetables such As carrots and onions Are an excellent diet for laying As onions is a great tonic for feeding the Winter layers is one of the Points which is commonly you May have the Best laying strains of and if their feed int carefully selected gather Many eggs during the Winter put plenty of water on the floor of your Ben House so As to give your hens plenty of exorcise scratching Lor some thing to eat to keep them in a healthy see also that their houses and dropping boards Are kept unusually clean and that they have plenty of fresh air Ted clean As the win Ter a oaths is a he life of a Ben As they Are Apt to develop Larking about nine tenths of All diseases of poultry Origi Nate from Smithy the old saying is that Lazy people never make a in the Bee business there is no place around the Honey farm for the same to the poultry there is no room Aromnd the poultry for Lazy peo ple and Lazy be Active and keep your Birds Oyster shells aed Lime should ship plated in no person can successfully feed a flock of whether for meat or erg Udle Sti they have a idea Toal consist ency demanded by the fowl in the building up of the body work or in the production of the the must first be then rations of the feed stuff eat be a study of the composition of the body and feathers of a fowl shows clearly that they of and the ration feed must contain the ingredients that will sup ply sour Uraik and Buttermilk Are feeds Tor Lay ing when possible be fed As Excell any other feed stuff that will satisfactorily take their p i wheat is the food Par excellence for the laying there Are Many Dif Ferent kinds of seeds around the farm Ebay could be used to Good advantage in the feeding of the laying a Little advice on if you have something to buy or Exchange Tell what you have to say through some Good and Busi Ness cannot help but come to you sooner or in writing your advertise ment Tell the truth and if you cant think of anything repeat a you will not Only be known by your advertising but by the Way you Back it to jest dealings and Good Stock keep on talking for show your Birds if you have them and win the then make Pourad dance to their the principal foundation in advertising is to display it to Tell the Merit of to be original in what you say and to Tell it to your customers in the same Way As if you were talking to them face to never mind How your and looks to the other fellow if it brings you keep right on in the same Way and dont get off the track As Long As it leads to you cant run your business successfully on years i know of people who refuse to advertise and depend on their winnings to do their they have won a reputation at various shows and fore and expected that Ukia would sell their Stock for All time and again others bred the same Stock and did advertising and the time came when the former ceased to sell and the purchasers went to the one who did the if you should buy a Choice of fowls and then Board up the Yard in which they Are kept so no one could see it be foolish of that is exactly what a Man does who Hastine Birds to dispose of but refuses to then do not expect your and to do wonders for you in one Day As it takes time to build up a Good Trade but when once built up keep it there by advertising and pleas ing your customers if of course there who never were pleased but meet them half Way and then some and when you have done your duty that is All that could be expected Stop advertising during the Dull months but push your business with All your might when the is taking a rest you do your it is always Best to answer every inquiry received whether you have the Stock or eggs inquired for or you May have it at some future time and it might be possible to secure their it is poor Busi Ness to pay out your Good Money Ter then spoil your and by a poorly written reply and on paper of poor have a printed letter it gives Confidence in your Busi Ness to is not necessary to Tell the people that your Stock is the Best on is stale and people Are tired of hearing it is absolutely necessary to prove it to them that they have some special in makes it an important Factor for the buyers Breed ing when you do this you Are on the right Road to Eor Sale barred Plymouth Rock Blue jacket of Standard very Fine and a Fine lot to select atone Dollar route on barred Plymouth Rock and White Wyandotte cockerel pullets Frazier Iowa Back from d11 Deputy recorder of Cass has returned from an extended visit with his son in reports plenty of Snow in the North and says that these is already the Republican being divided into two stalwarts and Progress he also a great senti ment for governor Cummins for presi Dent in that he that politics did not interest him nearly As much As farm which he reports very favourable in the part of the stale where be was markets local dealers Reip Avrut today for 45 85 43 65 70 75 Pat 25 20 60 6c Young Loc 5io 8c old 3iu Stoutenberg has sold a Bush Gerts piano to the Kuhl Harlan for Noeth county line Bowen was an Exira visitor Ena Blake is very sick Hardman was in Eldora Buston of drs Moines care up to spend the holidays with his the a clerical Friend of the from Omaha paid them a pleasant visit Holiday Alma and Rose Nelson were shop Ping in Atlantic Mcgoffin and Bornean with their husbands spent saturday in Mary Bintner did shopping at the Little Village mels Jensens new House is now and he has just had a Tel Ephone put Fred Baxter came Down from Audubon to put the new Telephone Jensens pretty new Arle Enzor is spending his Christ Mas vacation with relatives in the Olive and Eloise Brohan were presented with pretty Gold watches the pleasant Surprise com ing from their father and the Purchase was made at Nick doffing jewelry store in Many of our country people attended the Chr Mas services in the holy Trinity Church in the Church was beautifully decorated for the great an the figure of the Chris child displayed upon the altar was a very realistic reminder of the meaning of the Poe Rick and his sister spent saturday night visiting their the Theilen family and sunday morning went with these people to Church in returning to their Home sunday Binter has gone to but the trip was very exhaustive to his feeble it hardly believed he can survive though All Hope for the doffing has sold his farm near and traded his properly in Exira for a farm near Whereon he will move his family in the Early a Little baby has come to stay in the Home of Elbert Lewis these Hall and family ate Christmas dinner with Halls parents in Homer Bowen is working for James Schuyler Borhan hauled Wood to his Ralph mod Emmett Marsh had a shooting match at his place monday and the experts went Home Laden with Goose for their merry and James Borhan gave a Christmas dinner for their Sam Schapfl and family ate Christ Mas dinner with their Sam Schapfl and family ate Christ Mas dinner with the Homer Koob fam ily Scharff is enjoying her two weeks Holiday vacation visiting friends Celia Conrad was in varied Christmas Day in Audubon to a Dan ish from the she and her Beaulah will go with them to their new Home at Lambert is visiting his rela the a the shooting 50 ducks and 25 geese were obtained by the Contes Koob has been called to Fred Nick Sens again in attendance upon the child who has taken a relapse of its and Voss went to Nebraska for the holidays with Voss some very aged Bruce noon is expected Home from Klondike soon to spend the Winter will Lewis has purchased a new graph phone from rame Miller at Brayton and now his neighbors gathers in the evenings to enjoy the Roy and Vernon hat Lin came Back Here to spend the Holiday vacation with their childhood they Are looking Well and Happy and Bear evidence that their new location is agreeable and still their old time associations cling around Here mid this place they like the Imo Bowen is now living Earl reasons Ramona of is visions her relatives in the country this and scors went lobe dance in Christmas a Elward gallon his people have had no word for five years arrived suddenly at Home Christmas giving them Happy Ralph Hawkes has come borne hic ago and is now visiting Bis James his wife and child Are now living in Exira and they Are very Happy to have hint with them on Christmas Mike Noel has gone to Colfax to keep company with his sick fathering Mike Noel and Mary passed night visiting their vintner and Masching accompanied Bis cousins Home to Oakland and there Over ing bcm8 thursday Little Elmer Fowler visited the a1 in his and Matching the Oyster supper Johnson Mas John Kilworth match before of Hie surplus turkeys Schoefl and Mas dinner with e Koob and pc ing these Fine d try in that n Engineer that of these some value pocket but turned to him no try now thei some of Nick Colfax and Hal seeming i change Bah Day nit son after woe Oil Law Billy Ira Chrisl Anc Bintner feasting an Uncle of pc visiting him and Bintner family Sper feasting1 with their re an Uncle of John visiting him and ally fives grandpa Mcnally As he is quite aged he re3 grandpa and Grande and their daughter and to ters family Are visiting in1 Sykes is still band gave her a very pretty Mas present which be Drew Asl for a Lucky Archut Anderson and Mildre Lett stole quietly away to saturday last and were they returned Home and each their respective Home and knew the secret until when at the family dinner Derson announced the marriage these estimable Young people Nave lived Side by Side and kept company together for some they belong to two of the first families Here and the relatives on both sides Are pleased with the no reason la Given for their surprising the family in this manner except that they feared their extreme youth would be an Stacle in their parents Anderson is 20 and Anderson Mildred has been teaching school for two years and Arthur Baa working with his father on their file farm South of where they will live in the future has cot yet Bead

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