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Attica Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - March 31, 1920, Attica, IndianaA Utica has one of the largest steel plants in the country Llie National car Coupler works s the weather thursday increasing cloudiness in the North portion. Vilma boost for amp Eaton Attica volume no. 9attica, Indiana wednesday March 31, 1920 number 23highwdyman robs t Ghl store checks a gtd Money to Amol get of $400 taken from the Cash be sister Bloomingdale March 29.�? the general store of d. E. Wood of this place was entered by a Lone highwayman at 8 30 o clock tonight and the Cash Register was robbed of checks and Money to the amount of $400. The proprietor and three citizens were in the store when the Man entered. He wore a mask on his face and ordered the men to throw up their hands. When the proprietor failed to obey the command two shots were fired in rapid succession and the Man continued to make his Way to the Cash Register. Keeping his gun on the captives he opened the Cash Register and rifled it of All the Money checks and Stamps. He then backed out of the store after ordering the men not to follow. Reaching the sidewalk he ran to the first isomer where an accomplice awaited in a Ford automobile which was running and the pair started North at a High rate of Speed. The alarm was Given and a posse started in Pursuit and at the same time sheriff Thomps in. Of Rockville was notified. The Telephone was used and the authorities of surrounding cities and towns wore notified but at a late hour no clue had been discovered. The highwayman was describe eff As a Man weighing 160 pounds five meet eight or nine inches tall and wore a leather Cap. Parties who saw the men making their get away noticed the Ford machine was not working very Well and with several High powered machines in Pursuit there was Hope of overtaking the not sufficient Tippecanoe county Road superintendent quits his Job Frank s. Moore for three years Highway superintendent in Tippecanoe county has resigned his position because the salary it pays is not sufficient to enable him to provide necessities for his family. Quot even a Public officer can not be expected to work for less than it costs him to live Quot said or. Moore when he tendered his resignation to the county commissioners saturday. The commissioners adopted a Resolution regretting or. Moore s retire a nent and thanking him for service rendered. The office pays $5 a Day which according to or. Moore is less than workingmen who dig gravel for the country roads receive for their labor. He will return to his former position with the Lafayette engineering company As construction Engineer the company being engaged in m manufacturing garage cranes and Concrete mixers As Well As Bridge contracting. James Vanderkleed a Farmer and thrasher Man who has had experience in Road building and maintenance will succeed him As county Highway superintendent. Notice to in. A. In a the ladies Circle of the A. R. Will meet Friday evening april 2nd, there will be four candidates and a Good attendance is desired. A picnic lunch will be served after the meeting. 24-2t Belle Hurtt Sec. Y easter silk and voile dresses skirts Coats suits blouses at Mcdermond s. See the aluminium pyrex Granite Ware dishes nearly everything for every Day use in Mcdermond s basement dinner or. And mrs. Marion j. Allenduff Ai d daughter entertained at a family dinner sunday at their Home in Roberts in Honor of or. And mrs. Joe al Duff and daughter Nellie who Are Scon to leave for their Home in Montana. Those present for dinner were mrs. H. S. Sanders and daughters misses Pearl and Margaret of Roanoke and brother Joe Cobb of log sport or. And mrs. We. Cobb. Or. And mrs. Abe Beadle and two children or. And mrs. Ray Talbot and three children of near Attica or. And ivies. Arch Alenduff and son or. And mrs. Frank Pearl and three children or. John Alenduff miss Elizabeth of Odell and or. Elmer Cobb of near Riverside. Or. And mrs. Henry Wei Gle and son mrs. Mary Farrel mrs. M iry Roberts mrs. Owen Butcher a d miss Blanche Gibson called in the afternoon. A ii enjoyed a Good up the big for wreck two Crews of men working night and Day at sugar Creek the work of Clearing the debris from the Creek bed at the Point of the big four wreck sunday afternoon preparatory to putting in a temporary Bridge is being pushed with All Speed but it will be several Days before trains will be running out of Crawfordsville. Because of the twisted mass of steel in the Creek bed the work is naturally slow but two wrecking trains Are at work on the Job one at each Side of the Span. Until the damage is repaired big four trains arc routed from feeders Hurt via Linden Over the Cloverleaf and to crib Fordsville Over the Monon hundreds of sightseers have visited the scene of the oppor Canty mrs. Lenonia e. Rice has directed us to sell her residences and vacant property. Also property Corner main and Union streets. Residences Are offered for less than half the present Cost of building. Dl8tf Nave amp Johnson Isth exclusive from engine cause fire an alarm of fire on tuesday evening at 5 15 called the fire department to the South end of town where the flames were rapidly spreading Over the Home of Lloyd Kirts on Union Street. It is thought that Sparks from the engine on the c. Amp e. I. Passenger train going South at 4 42 had set fire to the roof of the building. The fire was discovered by some of the men coming from work at the car Coupler Plant they organized a bucket brigade and kept the fire under control until the fire laddies got there. The roof was entirely burned off the Story and a half Frame Structure. Most of the household goods was gotten out safely. Or. Kirts estimates his loss on the House at $150 and on his House hold goods at $50, which was covered by insurance. one witness tit e married once More if it is any relation to the Auto no bile we have it. We have the most Complete line of automobile accessories in Attica. Come and see us. We will appreciate your business. W. Amp c. Ford double Arm Shock absorbers $3.25 per set Hassler Ford Shock absorbers $19.85 per set. I Hartford Ford Shock absorbers $20.00 per set. Charles t. Mcdermond amp co. Successors Quot to Rhode Hushaw co. Attica ind. Reuben Nance of Newtown and miss Bessie g., Stephens of Mellott were married in Urbana Illinois saturday but the ceremony was not Legal. According to the county clerk of Champaign county. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. C. C. Long pastor of the first Baptist Church. When the return was made to the county clerk monday it was found that there was Only one witness to the ceremony. Under the Illinois Law two witnesses Are necessary it is said to make the ceremony Legal. Or. Nance is a and apron Sale the methodist ladies Cap and apron Sale will be held saturday afternoon in the City Hall. Sale will begin at 2 00 o clock. An easter supper will be served fron9 5 00 o clock on. D22-5t stylish millinery hats veils laces and neckwear for easter at Mcdermond s. Let us have your dead horses and amp sons Tankage i Plant. Fords for Sale 1918 touring card Mountable rims oversize tires newly painted Good condition mechanically and 1919 Ford Sedan at Gustus Bros. Garage Attica Indiana. Is a Small a torn but lis a Swcap a Larson it marshal Nolan directed it Rupert Hughes ote it-.hicodorcroosevdlcndor.9ed in Larry Garso produced a super Lisman picture a the crowds every City Nilhas Broten Ritis cvciy\7heicj Messner tonight Steinbaugh s closing out Sale going big use chloroform iii Hillsboro robbery thieves enter country Home of Jack Brown take $18 and make get away thieves entered the country Home of Jack Brown Northeast of Hillsboro a few nights ago and after Chlor forming or. And mrs. Brown stole $18 and escaped. Mrs. Brown was very ill for a few hours from the effects of the chloroform. One Dollar was found in the Yard of the Brown Home where it was dropped by the thieves. The Golden links the Golden link Mission band will meet with Frances Ann Jones thursday 4 00 p. M., at the Home of mrs. Frank Merrick. All those who have neglected to turn in the Penny investment Money and mite boxes Are requested to do so it this meeting. Let All the members come with a scripture Versoi this is the program to be Given scripture lesson Ermil Boyer. Recitation Mamie Peterson. Music Lenore Peck. Story Quot Moon face Quot Katherine col Vert. Liand prayer. Society mrs. Russel Bridge will entertain the brides club on Friday afternoon. The Art history club met tuesday evening with miss Alice Green. A historical paper on Louis Xvi was read by miss Jennie reunion a family reunion was held at the Iione of or. And mrs. Harrison Kellogg in Newtown sunday in Honor of the reverend and mrs. Illiam Mcknight who leave saturday in route to Tokyo Japan. Mrs. Mcknight is the youngest daughter of or. And mrs. Kellogg and the reverend or. Mcknight the son of Charles Mcknight who formerly resided on a farm in this Vicinity. 1 he reverend or. Mcknight is be Irig sent by the Western Indiana conference of the Christian Church As a missionary and expects to remain in Japan for a period of five years. He and his wife and baby will Sai from san Francisco april 10, and expect to reach their destination in about Nineteen Days. They will make a Short Stop at the philippine islands. The reverend or. Mcknight is a nost promising Young minister of a ing a graduate of Wabash and Princeton. Utile in school at Princeton a. Had a charge at Forest Grove Pennsylvania where he did splendid work. Relatives from Here attended the reunion held sunday in their to readers notice is hereby Given that i have purchased the Attica Agency for All newspapers and will give my custom ers the Best of service. It is my intention to make improvements in the service. On saturdays and mondays collections will be made by special collector. Pay no Carrier boy for the papers delivered. D23-4twlt f. J. att can in storm James Morrow who formerly resided in Attica and is now the owner of a drug store in Elgin Illinois suffered some loss in the storm which swept Over that City sunday. The building in which or. Morrow s store is located was badly wrecked. Or. Morrow had just left his store a Short time before the windows were blown Hack car Thomas cards were received in attic this morning announcing the Marria t of miss Ruth Whickcar and Richard Stokes Thomas which took place March 30th, at Kansas City Missouri. The Bride is the daughter if j. C Whickcar who moved from this locality to. Texas last fall. Or. And mrs. Thomas will be at Home to their friends in Lafayette after May first. Easter exercises the primary department of the methodist sunday school will meet at the City Hall thursday afternoon at 4 00 o clock to practice for the easter exercises. Birth Bee Ord or. Sullivan reports the birth of a baby boy on Friday to or. And mrs Raymond Slifer of Mound Street or. And mrs. Slifer recently moved to Attica from Independence. Of anted married Mian we have a Good opening for a mar ried Man who desires steady work. Apply at once to Singer and Fleer. 21tf miss Mary Mullinnix has been con fined to her Home this week by illness miss Mullinnix who is teaching at Kingman took sick there and was brought Home by her Mother mrs. W f. Murlun Nix last saturday. It s remarkable How people from All Over the country Are flocking into Steinbaugh s stores. There have been sales and sales but this great closing out Sale beats them All. Or. Stefan who conducts this Gigantic bargain feast says i am going to make it a red hot one for you Quot and according to the full Page and which will appear in thursday s papers this statement seems fully justified because the bargain offerings Are beyond comprehension. Now people Don t postpone buying of your easter clothes to the last minute shop Forenoon if possible we expect awful crowds the next few Days. The bargain tree hangs Ripe for you at Steinbaugh s quitting business Sale. Watch tomorrow s paper for big and. A Steinbaugh s closing out und Doug a married plan to spend several months honeymoon in Europe revival service at Christian Church the special meetings at the Christian Church continue with unabated interest. An appreciative audience was in attendance last night. The service tonight will begin at 7 30 and the theme for discussion will be Quot doctrines of come tonight with your friends and let us study this subject together. Menu for easter supper the Mel Odist ladies will serve one of their famous suppers at the City Hall in connection with their Cap and apron Sale on saturday. How is this for a 50 cent meal Cream Chicken in Pattie shells scalloped potatoes Tomato Puree egg salad Jam Rolls Coffee and pie. 24-3t miss Ruth Alberts has accepted a position As bookkeeper in the office of the Fountain produce company and went to work this week. Splendid kid gloves silk gloves Lisle and Cotton hosiery for easter at Mcdermond s. Mrs. Will Ireland of Lafayette was in Attica wednesday to visit her Mother in Law mrs. Isabell Ireland. While Here she received a message calling her to West Lebanon to the bedside of her sister mrs. John Mene fee who is very ill. Here is your Chance to buy any kind of apron you wish. Aprons from every state in the Union and some from abroad have been gathered together for this grand Cap and apron Sale of the ladies of the methodist Church next saturday. Odell m. E. Church the following services will be observed on easter sunday at the Odell m. E. Church. 10 00 a. Easter program instead of sunday school. 11 00 a. Preaching service by Rev. Edingfield of new Ross Indiana. 7 30 p. Preaching service subject Quot the burning Bush notice to american legion a Gular meeting of the american Lei ion at the Law office of to Hickma and Wiit Liall thursday even intr i poll 1. Questions of vital interest to every member to be acted upon. All Are specially requested to come. Lee Whitehall adjutant. Settlement notice persons knowing themes les indebted to the Rhode Hushaw company Are requested to see w. C. Hushaw at once. Feed of a kinds see e. H. Marlatt for All kinds of feed such As Chicken feed Chick feed cow feed and baled Hay and Straw. Phone Black 289 21-6t a. J. Martin u1 a. J. Martin the insurance and real estate Man has been confined to his Home for a week by an attack of the flu. He is now slowly recovering Charlie and Paul Thompson of Duluth minn., who Are students at Indiana University at Bloomington will spend the easter vacation in Attica with the family of w. F. Mullinnix. The Stero Ticon will be used next sunday evening at the Beulah Church both to illustrate the Sermon and also to illustrate the song Quot the holy City miss Burgess a furloughed missionary of the presbyterian Board who has been a nurse in the Hospital at Urmia Persia has been visiting miss Georgia Mckinney of Newtown miss Burgess spoke at the presbyterian Church last sunday evening. The Farmers and merchants state Bank is ready to deliver permanent Bonds of the third Liberty loan to those who surrendered temporary Bonds of this Issue to us on or before March 20th, 1920. Special to Tribune los Angeles calif., March 31.�? Mary Pickford and Douglass Fairbanks were secretly married Here on sunday night by the Rev. J. Whit comb Brougher pastor of the Temple Baptist Church. Or. And mrs. Fairbanks expect to spend several months honeymoon in Europe sailing from new York on May 19th. They were being showered by messages of congratulations from All parts of tote Western hemisphere. Or. Fairbanks announced today that both he and his Azife would appear As costars in at least one picture soon. Mcadoo named Chicago 111., March 31.�?william Gibbs Mcadoo former Secretary of the Treasury was placed in the race for the presidency with the launching of a Boom Here today by Illinois democrats. The Boom was launched on the responsibility of the Illinois come up Friday Washington March 31.�?a Resolution declaring peace Between the United states and Germany will be called up in the House on Friday. Chairman Campbell of the rules committee and chairman Porter of the foreign affairs committee said our easterners those knowing themselves indebted to the Attica Floral co. Will be doing us a great favor if they will kindly Call and Settle their accounts As soon As possible and the same will be greatly appreciated. Attica Floral new Buick car sol Pizer of the Singer amp Pizer pants factory is driving a new Buick car which he purchased last week. Miss Mae Johnson and her Mother mrs. Cicily Johnson were in Lafayette wednesday to visit the Art exhibit at the court House. The Fountain produce co. Of Attica win be open every saturday evening until further notice. Say Man do you like Good eats take notice have purchased the Arden Stock of groceries have added a Nice fresh Supply to the old Stock and am prepared to furnish you anything in the grocery line. Fruits and vegetables in season. It will pay you to investigate my Low prices. Highest prices for country produce. A. Peak it a free delivery inside City limits North Perry st. Pimmy Black 881 a Quot a
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