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Atlantic Telegraph (Newspaper) - June 17, 1910, Atlantic, Iowa Causes no to jump m t Iff j 1 1 j j Fuso Cass county Best june 1910 f per Fol Fol Bridge family thrown into River murie8 Are not severe Ammon oar driven Baxter throws of rear seat into the troublesome Baxter and baby and i is Hattie Baxter Are buffering to from severe bruises and cuts by being thrown from the rear seat of their Mason when the latter jumped from the High approach to the Olive Street Bridge last Ernest Safford who was Al so in the rear seat jumped before 7the car stopped and escaped f Stafford and Frank Daly were in front they were nearing the Bridge Over the troublesome on the Road leading from Olive Street when the Accident a buggy whose occupants were not recognized by the Baxters came up at the time and going in the same Baxter turned the car to the right and the buggy at first turned to the but either because the horse became unmanageable or because of just before the car reached the the buggy ran into the left front wheel of the this turned the car sharply to the right and it jumped Cue track and ran Down into the when the car struck the mud in the bed of the it was stopped so suddenly As to throw the occupants of the rear seat Over the length of the entire car and into the Stafford and miss hat tie Baxter received severe bruises and cuts from Drift Wood lying in in addition to the Shock the unexpected the baby As completely immersed in but was Baxter badly bruised about the lower part of the body and received a num Ber of minor miss Baxter is Cut and bruised on the left Side of the quite a deep Gash is Cut on the Side of her Baxter and Daly in the front seat were not thrown but received a wetting in rescuing the Block and family who came up in their new car recently Pur chased assisted the Baxters and Ike Block them to town in the they went to Campbells office where All necessary attention was Given glasses and a brooch were lost some time during the eve the noted traveler looms upon the horizon of Home shores raised before meeting Bio meeting at Noble Ross conducts successful rail Road meeting at Center school House last night at the big Railroad meeting at Center school House in Noble town1 ship last night was raised be fore the meeting came to big crowd was in attendance am sentiment was strongly in favor of the Extension of the the meeting was conducted by Ross who has been in the Vicin Ity for some Little time in the interests of the de Campbell and Clyde Campbell of this City attended the meeting and each spoke briefly stating his reasons for believing that the Extension should be put hulls nominated Atlantic people at Sligo Sentinel mentions former Well residents of lids City More teachers enrol additional list of Normal students enrolled since the telegraphs list avus compiled below is the list of those who have enrolled at the Normal Institute since the first list published in the Telegraph was compiled Shade Ella Baker Flora nottie stud put claim was a i Lull committee meets to chairman w Cuykendall has a fire was Early this morning Loroni input Atlantic Man receives Telephone Call this Moi aug telling of he Ivy loss from tuesdays daily at four Oclock this Cuykendall received a Tell y Tonkinson panne Shock progressives re progressives get state convention Flemings statement the last Issue of the Sligo sen Tinel has been handed to a Tele graph reporter by Bert Butler of this City and it contains interesting mention of several former Atlantic people now living in that the Sentinel says formerly of this accompanied by her was taken to Chicago last saturday Man turned Down canvass of election returns of Deputy auditors startling facts Hull is for Congress in the seventh District of three Days after the primary elec after he had received the con Volence of friends and after letter Usu telegrams of congratulation he Ueen heaped upon his judge it was yesterday Learned that Captain Hull is a Nom Inee for the the discovery was made late Yea Truay afternoon by Depty to Katy auditors Frank Miller and Marlon who Are preparing the offi Cial count of votes for the canvass of the county of supervisory which takes place on next although the republicans denied Captain Hull the privilege of being a candidate for election to Congre the prohibitionists of the county Nave thrust the Honor upon him by a vote twice As heavy As that of hit nearest competitor by 50 cent the official count shows that Hull received two votes for the in Camp township and in in Tho fourth precinct of the fifth while Hadder and Mitchell received Only the prohibitionists he but Are Good i am not a Des june Sive republicans will control the state convention of August 3 by not far from 200 said Robert chairman of the Dolli now called Hamill town of Roseland changed and at lactic boy honoured Hamill of this City has receiver word from Gail Hamill that the town where Gail has been Liv ins and which has been called Rose land is hereafter by government or Der to be called this is a new Honor in the Hamill Poe fourth of july Nice sum raised among business men in very Short Lime by men appointed Yhouse Call from fore Atlantic mily Man of his Canning factory at sue ii Druied him that an your before Trueie had been a lire in the stables resulting in a four Lou Saul Dollar twelve mules burned with a value of Una ail tue Grain Aud stable supplies were a total lobs being Iii the amount up 10 one is Loose about the country and can be Briix mules were gotten four of them returning to their barns aug the other two running away fro a Peculiar feature of was the fact that Cuykendall did not know that the mules were Tharp told him us that he had them insured for a Short time ago and had sent him the upon Cuykendall found the the stables and Sheds which were rented by the Canning were burned to the Cuykendall left at noon to Day in his touring car for Shenan Doah to take an inventory of the committee Cuykendall Ida Rupp Edna Rupp Fleming exhibited a Large Roll of letters and telegrams from every of the these Are the the claim is Anna Ahrens Gladys Mac smrt Maggie Belle mar1 documents on which Garet Bell Caudle Huck he ins Lou Briscoe cufflbei1 have heard from every Hedges county in irom Good and re Morrow Minnie wilds at1 liable sources and we know what Salome Brandt Jena we Are talking about when we make Nie Ward Florence Barthe it is not a Bluff and a Rosella at Lake but it is the genuine Alpha stauffer we have waited until we know for further treatment of her she is reported no an ice Cream social will be Given at the Home of miss Mabel four and on half Miles Southwest of on saturday evening june 11 for the Benefit of the Rock Ridge sunday cordially Harkins has a Nice and telling of his shoe real estate transfers june 1910 Luther Burris to Carrie Burris we lot 1 blk 5 mods add Frank Gillespie it Al to Dora Martin we lot 3 and w 15 it lot 4 Elk 26 Mary Allanson and h to Cass it 27 77 34 used for Allanson Al Al to Casa county ne4 ne4 28 77 used for Highway Enger Thompson Etal to an new e Thompson we nw4 nw4 4and net ne4 5 75 Fanye stauffer Grade Bessie Bell Elsie the committee appointed to make a j canvass to secure funds for the Independence Day Celebration rals de very Short the committee is Only working a damages and Mai arrangement for continuing the work at the fac composed of Nebe and they did not go out but expect to put in quite a Little time yet in Sotic Illing and the amount still plans now Are being made in re Gard to the the idea is to five something going on All Day from nine Oclock until late at this can Aid it a Bah game ulv tie one it the Altura Cioloni and a big Stein display it a reworks will come As a Matte by the balance of the yet unplanned theve i talk of having the firemen an exhibition run and this be the Farmers in the Vicinity have already assured the company Tea they will assist in the work of the factory As fast As their own work is out of the with their assist Ance the work of the season will g on until More teams Are secured the loss comes at an Inopportune time since the prospects for a rec Ord pack Are excellent this this factory will Start pack about the Middle of two weeks earlier than the factory the origin of the fire is not it is supposed to have been started by some tramp who slept in the Metz Minnie Heinke Mayme Smith Gwendolen Bell Viretta Lillie Rudig Mary Nichols Anna Wood Ward Jessie Jones Cumber Hazel Heath Mary Conway Anna Krauth Thompson at Nora Harris Ruby Harris Clara Kelley Grade Emma Lena Young min Nie Mabel White Grace Helen Mailander Irma Muriel Thompson Minnie Wilford Albright will Roy Grade Mildred Moore Anna Hess addle May Lucke Jeanette Hulda Heinke exactly the situation before we put Forward any claims As to the ability of the progressives to control the state we waited to hear first hand and directly from the men who Many of them have been ice to give the facts As to Condi ions in their counties and others Lave written specifically and wired facts concerning the situation in heir counties and the canvass made of the delegates elected to the county conventions last Therp is no guess work about Viva Zeta Viola Cochran Clara Boose Atlan Zeta Storer Ruth Lam marriage a Denum anita1 Ethel Grace heal estate Transfer june Jones sol to Goot pasture we se4 swi 21 Woodward and of to Traup Charles smother to Mary smother 17 of 23 of ne4 w2 be4 we will have not far from 201 majority in the before the polls and certainly before the votes for the 000 or delegates elected t county conventions had been count Tho Stan Pat claim tit stand patters would control the con vent Lou by 150 was put out for pub Lic consumption evidently by Pear everywhere in the we waited to investigate after Tho delegates to the county conventions had been elected and were the result is apparent from these letters and we will have 200 majority in state oven senator Cummins will be the probable chairman of the state con be Bvernon june Al Bert Beebe and miss Zola Vernon vere United in marriage at the Homo of the brides parents in promptly at 5 they took their place at the South end of the parlor where Knoll said Tho few words which made them Hus band and there were thirty seven guests the Bride was neatly gowned in a dress of White embroidery Floun cing and insertion while the Groom wore the conventional the Bride is the oldest daughter of and Ralph Vernon o the last school years she has had charge of the intermediate department of the Wiota Public the Groom is partner in the Beebe livery and Beebe will be at Home to their friends in candidate for any the prohibitionists no Date for nomination to the office of congressman and Captain Hull is Tho Legal nominee and May for Tho office in the general election in no vember if he cares All he will have to do to get a place on the bal lot at the general election is to cast aside the of republicanism and affiliate with the or according to county auditor i there were no the office in the seventh District Side from those that were cast la palk several prominent attorneys Aroot the opinion that in spite of Tho fact that Hull was a candidate on the Republican ticket and solicited the Republican vote at the primary he is the Legal nominee of the prohibition party and can his name placed on the ballot if to cares to do Captain Hull was last night apprised of the Honor that has been conferred upon he gasped for breath and whats that when he was congratulated and Ibi formed that he was the nominee for King to give address will give an address on the the essential qualifications Tot successful address is Given especially for the teachers All patrons and citizens Are cordially there will be no charge for King requested us to say that the address will Navy one it will not be too special music will be arranged for the occasion and the add rom will be Given thursday evening at at the Are also without Council Bluffs people in the fix As the Atlantic contractor Nelson and family left last evening for where they i visit at different Points for about f Grace trailer of Marne is in the City spending the Day with Bosley pleased appreciates the Confidence replied in him by his Many friends i Tell you i am pleased at the vote Given me in the primary said William Bossley tre next Shelc of Cass county this i have lived in this county thirty seven years and have never cast a vote in any other county in my it is Al More pleasing to to to have such a Fine vote because i know that people knew me and slut vote Blind i am also pleased at the clean nature of the i am grate tul to the other candidates for the generous and gentlemanly treat ment that i Council Bluffs papers of Day Tell of trouble experienced there because of the failure of Illinois factories to provide Brick to the paving part of Obs there have been abandoned til material can be supervisors in session the Board of supervisors Are it session today engaged in canvassing the returns of the primary no changes were made up to late this reason of arrived in the City this noon for a visit at the Home of Sarsfield and Oransky returned Taftaf from a business trip to Dei

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