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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - July 1, 1910, Atlantic, Iowa I j Best july 1910 wheel Over barn loses its place Southwick has Potrac vlou8 escape great time in Auto race Atlantic close up in enal time for half mile track one of the strangest automobile accidents and at the same time one of the most wonderful escapes from death by a Driver in the history of automobile racing was seen today 1 when the Ford Model t car driven by Southwick of the Atlantic Auto in its fourteenth Lap in the ten mile free for All threw an outer wheel on the East turn Clear Over the huge barn which stands 100 Yards away to the Driver Southwick with great presence of mind kept control of the machine and thanks to the great Speed a which the machine was running and the fact that on the turn the track is inclined several degrees to the kept upright unit was slowed Down sufficiently to remove the possibility of danger ran it out to the Sid where it waa out of the Way of the cars in the the acc Den course lost the car its place in at the time of the Accident the was occupying second place Firestone driven by Rick Lead from the first and holding it thl was the same car which won the 1 mile free for All yesterday and to Day was extended to the limit t beat the from the Start o race up to the time of the Ace Dent which put the Ford out the race Between South and Mark Johnson in his mod mrs Bruce died at Home tuesday at brute held from Home Ose funeral is afternoon George came Here preach funeral to was honoured woman Brief history of some of the import was hot Lap Lap Hung together Nelv ale to get the Lai before Ford the wheel it Drew away from the Bulck that time was a Quarter of a Lap of its the Firestone car turned the ten Miles in while the time of the Bulck which won second Money was this in i wonderfully fast time and but of the presence of the professions would have been a very Nice track for tie local in the five Miles touring car Rar the car driven by Ricken and owned by Mike Conway was first Over the Buick owned by Williams and driven by Thi Mechanic at the Johnson the Winner gained about one Lap the five in the five mile race for motor the Indiana Cycle won Over Pierce meet results in loss the meet will result in a loss to the Atlantic jockey total expenses were and the Tant features in her event Ful life from tuesdays Bruce who died at yesterday after a Long Battle against the ravages of tuberculosis a woman who though preeminently gifted by nature to take leading part in society and other circles was nevertheless never so Happy As when she was Blessing tier own Home with her kindly pres she has at All time been closely connected with the career of her Husbard state senator Bruce and the senator upon Many occasions has stated that it was a privilege to him to Tell of the Many ways in which Bis gifted wife has been in a Large sense responsible for his successes in formerly miss Luella was born at White House new july 31st her parents were Peter and Hannah she was mar ried to Bruce 1882 at Bruce was the Mother of four children Clarence of this Anita Bruce who in and miss Edna Bruce who la now at Bruce was a member of the congregational Church at about five years ago she be funeral of a Lindley Many relatives Are Here Spelman of the congregational Church preaches cons of Church pall bearers from tuesdays Dally David find Ely was Laid to rest at the Atlantic cemetery this after noon after very impressive services at three Oclock Cumberland Man loses foot result of bad several houses struck by other news from the City of Cumberland i 1 at the Home and later at the the Luella Vorhees Bruce late wife of state senator James Bruce of this e Ity came a member of Church of Christ Lon the Mother scientists at the deceased took an Active part simple yet eloquent words of the funeral was remarkable for the Large number of those who were present As not Only were All her own personal friends and those of the family but a Large number came who were Only actuated by the desire to testify their respect arid regard for the Sweet and Christian womanhood for which Bruce the pall Bercis for of Anita Anita j Swan and l Campbell of this the honorary pallbearers were Petite and i wis notes receipts failed to come up to amount by the this Noble the lightning struck the Corn crib of Henry Schaff and did come Little Louis Rathkamp and fam ily spent sunday with Shrader and the Noble Center will hold a sunday school picnic at the Dick Lemuel a Grove on the 4th of everybody invited to John Tanner died at his Home Friday and was buried the funeral was preached the lutheran Church and internment made in the Weirch miss Nellie Pelzer is on the Slok list at this writing at the Home of her brother inlaw Fred Noble Center held their cell id ens Day exercises last it was Well attended and the program was and in the order of the Eastern Star masonic and served several terms As worthy Matron of the Lodge at she held the office of grand Esther in the grand Lodge of Iowa of the order of Eastern she also served for a year As correspond ing Secretary for the United states in the Bruce has always been very Active and prominent in Church and Church society in social circles of this City Bruce was one of the leaders in spite of the fact that delicate health con fined her a considerable she was a member and took an Active part in the our own pleasure club of this a Large number of relatives and friends from out of town will be present at the funeral in addition to the children who Are All the following Brothers will be pres ent with their families voor Hees of Voorhees of Voorhees of Anita and Voorhees of Anita her sister Twining of Des Moines and her husband and her Cousin Voorhees of Oklahoma City also Many old friends from the the Floral tributes were among the most Beautiful Ever seen in at the coffin was strewn and covered with Cut Flowers and there were Many very Beautiful Floral Bill Pelser spent sunday with Noble Wasmer and bicking from Oklahoma is with Bis Friend Susan Apple Ohlmer the of baby former Home of the bruces will be present the Bruce was a woman who had no chums but All that Iceni her loved in her death this Community has lost one of its noblest and Best woman whose influence was also exerted in the Dir Eclon of Roghe Rusness the services from wednesdays daily and Firestone wins the onto race Ford Springs a wheel has to be withdrawn and South Wick lost out la the Auto race the free for All fifteen mile Auto race at the fair grounds this afternoon ended in Victory for tie Firestone Columbus with Driver Rickenbacker of Omaha in the the race was divided into Southwick of the Atlantic Auto company with a Ford and Mark Johnson of the Johnson Auto in a Buyck being Gotch of the Atlantic Auto company with a Reo was paired with the Firestone Columbus the first pair started out for what like a pretty Johnson got the Lead and kept it gaining a Little Lap by on the Twenty fourth Lap Southwick sprung a wheel and was obliged to withdraw thus giving the Victory to Rickenbacker easily won from Gotch in his the former being an experienced racer and having a racing car the final result of the races was determined by the of interest miss Meda Conrad and Maude Painter returned Home from atlan7 tic Friday Arthur Smith came Gona thursday afternoon to visit at the Bryne Home for a Short miss Georgia Byrne went to Oak land thursday returning on misses Mary and it note Hopley and Lucy Harris the party Given by Whitney and daughter Marie of Atlantic lasts miss Hazel Lunn went to Anita tuesday evening to attend the Robert Elliott was a visitor in Atlantic tuesday Over Macomber and wife came in from a trip in the East tuesday to visit a Short time with his parents Macomber and they left for their Home in los Angeles monday accompanied by Frank who will attend school at Stanford University the coming miss Rose Ebert returned Home from Atlantic thursday Emil Greve and sister miss Grace Walter were Atlantic callers and Temple and son Harry returned Home from Atlantic Friday having spent a few Days visiting Puckett was san at lactic caller Elson went to Logan Friday morning for a Short visit with relatives miss Ida Robb and Mary living funeral was largely attended by at lactic business and professional peo ple and there was an abundance of Floral the special Floral pieces included those from the physicians of the from the old settlers and from a Host of friends and the Home from which the remains were removed to and the Home was a liter Al Bower Beautiful the music at the Church and grave was rendered by a mixed quartet composed of Wilber Deering Tom Whit ground Tom Bass and the songs at the Church were nearer my god to Home of the soul and an arrangement of the Twenty third at the grave Jesus Lover of my soul was the honorary pall bearers were the deacons the following is the list of out of town relatives present in addition those of the immediate family who arrived yesterday editor Ander Nebraska an Derson and wife of Iowa Samuel Pooley and wife of Mary Frazier of in and Anderson of in from Nebras special to the Telegraph june a serious Accident occurred three and a half Miles East of saturday afternoon when Wagner team ran Claud having some tiling done and putting in a watering place for his he had on the Wagon a steel and some after getting Home for some reason he changed team on the Load before going to when he wanted to after hitching team 2 the Wagon and starting out the rattle of the Load frightened them and they soon came too much for Claud to age and whether he jumped out off was thrown out no one seems to in such he struck this a manner As of the congregational lightning tears off toe another Freak of fluid reported from Shenandoah june accounting for the freaks of Light they Are during the rain and Thunder storm a Bolt descended into the Kitchen of Cross on East Cross was standing near the it struck the inside of her right crossed Over to the Little toe and injured it so that it had he amputated and the two next toes stitched up but the sole of the shoe and the sole of the foot were not the Bolt then passed through the making two Small other damage was Cross will be Laid up two and she suf break his leg just above the the Bone protruding Down his shoe and into the the shoe having to Cut from the Weaver was at once and when examined found it would be impossible to save the foot m amputated it above the break and at last reports the patient was ing As Well As could be expected but in doomed to go on one foot the balance of his life which is a sad fair for one so Engle is enjoying a if it from one of her Slesers a Clark who lives in this Vicinity was blessed with q much needed rain saturday evening which did thousands of Worth of Good to growing Brown and wife Are ing Over the Alval of a new girl aft their Home one Day the wind Mill on John Edwardf farm three Miles South of town struck by during storm saturday evening and so tired great but miraculous she made a the earthly remains of the late Bruce were Laid to rest this afternoon in the mausoleum the Atlantic throughout the services the Occa Sion was noticeable Tor its solemnity and the Large number of those who bad gathered to pay their last to the the Noble woman who had been to then them and from her dear ones listened in rapt attention to the Firestone made 15 Miles in in min utes and 63 seconds and the Bulck in 2i minutes and 52 the Firestone and Buick did not make a race against each the ten mile Auto race was declared off for Lack of one Dollar wifi Start the right track it tic that Ston went to Anita tuesday evening to attend the misses Eva Baker and Ruth Par sons went to Atlantic Friday morn ing to attend the convention held they returned Home sunday and Jones were Atlantic callers miss Ida Robb returned Home from Anita Friday misses Laura and Laura Woodward were callers in Griswold saturday afternoon Between Rowley returned Home from Atlantic Friday having completed his work at the John Roush of Atlantic was a caller Here saturday afternoon Between Leslie Smith came in from Cedar Falls Friday afternoon and is vis iting at the Harris miss Elsie Donohoe and Ruth Woodward were Atlantic callers on w Iowa tbu0t ban Edna Grove Neary and family visited Mccarthy the first part of the and Frank Dotson and children visited Dotson father near Grant there was an ice Cream social Given by the Reno Church at the Home of Heath Friday eve a Good Many from Down this Way attended the dance in Cumber land Friday the ladies Aid society met at the Home of John Caywood and John Purdum of Cumberland visited at Ruck mans and Albert Peterman celebrated their Twenty fifth wed Ding anniversary june and Briscoe visited at the Home of Mcneary last and John Saunders were Griswold visitors they went Over in their newly damaged As to require a new Benedict and wife and Ada Johnson left monday i for a months Outing i the where they will visit p Colorado Monte Nkum la Junta and other places of Shepperd had a valuable horse killed by lightning during storm saturday Willis the lightning Rod of Atlantic was Down in this vice Elf to one Day last week seeking some one who needed Claude is one of the hustling Young men of this Vicinity and bad1 he not met with this Accident would soon be numbered among the Protr porous Farmers of Cass Lucas and elder Helgi Nett of the Christian Church went As delegates to the state sunday school convention which had been in session at that Wohrer is having a lot of tiling done on his farm West of Barnes and Cue Are doing the Starr and daughter Lowell were Atlantic callers Uon bru8hy Point Paul Booth has been on the sick list the past week but is better at this we Are having summer in Good is leery of Atlantic spent some Days at the Mcdermott Home this and Fred Toepher visited sunday at Lewis with Toepher Wiota and Reid of tic visited wednesday with Chas sue ret was Lautic and Cooms what have been Vul atm Here from South Dakota Lect Friday for a at Patton and children of Atlantic visited saturday and Day at the s Foster and Fred ii Tuchen Baeff were Atlantic callers Keller waa a Dat Moines caller saturday Aud sunda7t Jones of Atlantic last week with Stoodt Terbush visited tuesday at the Home of Art Cooms and Dillon were in Omaha Ona Malone was an Atlantic Ler miss Graham of Atlantic waa Fyk Lota Vallur Hoepner of Casey was Wiota on business Vine Foster returned Day from a visit at Malone of adar the City yesterday attending big june race

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