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Attica Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - September 23, 1920, Attica, Indiana V the weather cooler tonight probably showers on daily newspaper in Fountain and Warren counties Trimm member United press special service Trya wanted in the Tribune volume no. 9 Attica Indiana thursday september 23, 1920 number 171 married 69 years plan Are ratio my ats mrs. James Turner of West Point wedded six tears before civil War Many applications before state Pardon Board sixty five years of Happy married life should be marked by a Celebration or. And mrs. James Turner residents of West Point believe. So they Are planning to hold open House in Honor of their sixty fifth anniversary on monday september 27. Or. And mrs. Turner will Greet their friends who May visit them during the afternoon and in the evening will give a dinner which will be attended by their relatives. Or. Turner is 88 and his wife is 80 years old but despite their age they Are in fairly Good health and maintain a Lively interest in the interests of the Community. Or Turner was born in Pickaway county Ohio March 30, 1832. He came to Indiana from Ohio when he quot Vas a Young Man and began farming in Tippelt Anoe county. For the last Twenty six years he has resided in West Point. He was married september 27, 1855, at new Buffalo mich., to miss Elizabeth Noilla Emerson o Wayne township. Eight children four boys and four girls were born to or. And mrs. Turner. Six children survive two having died at an Early age Charles Benjamin and Emory Turner and mrs. Matilda z. Nelson All reside in West Point. Two other daughters mrs. W h. Schech and mrs. Charles Coran live in Benedict Nebraska and Verona North Dakota respectively. Both or. And mrs. Turner Are members of the methodist episcopal Church. Moose legionary notice the meeting of the Moose legionary will be held thursday evening instead of Friday this week. Every member is expected to be present As very important business must be transacted. Ella Wisert s. R. �1� i when you want taxi service or when you need Gas 01l i Auto Supples i ugustus Bros i garage i phone 305 Black Indianapolis september 20.�?eight life Wermers were among thirty six applicants who appealed for clemency before the state Pardon Board which opened its meeting Here today. Among the life terms asking for Pardon Are Pelligrino Turchi Clinton county sentenced november 1910, and Garfield Bohall Jackson county sentenced december 1910. The other applicants included Raymond Heck Shelby county two to Twenty one years for perjury Virgil Hunt Clinton county one to fourteen years larceny Joseph Houser Huntington county forgery Hoyt Eakins Vanderburgh county one to fourteen years grand larceny Jesse Wolf Shelby county two to Twenty years grand larceny Hobart Hubbell Morgan county ten to Twenty years for burglary Merl Yocum wills county Ray Hays Lake county two to fourteen years for burglary Ernest Hill Lake county two to fourteen years robbery Lloyd Hagg Dekalb county Petit larceny Donald a. Stanley Bartholomew county two to Twenty one years for aiding prisoners to escape Walter Shivley Wells county ten to Twenty years for burglary John Huston Vanderburgh county life termer and Donald l. Storm Lake county. The Case of Herbert Holley of Huntington county who was sentenced to serve from two to fourteen years will be reopened. The Board will be in session four Days. Ruling is give on Der making the end of a perfect Day the Federal prohibition commissioner sends out interpretation of Law jurors for september term grand jurors Oliver Bantz Troy township Daniel m. Strader Mill Creek township Freeman Dice Van Buren township Charles Marlatt Wabash township John Hushaw Logan township Ira Bennett Richland township. Pet jurors Charles Colvert Logan township Clarence Duncan Davis James t. Beasley Shawnee James Carwile Troy Robert r. Smith Wabash Neman Marlatt Richland j. W. Foster Shawnee Clayton Ingersoll Cain William m. Ratcliff. Mill Creek b. W. Alward Jackson Joseph t. Dice Van Buren Charles Mitchell Fulton. Fractured wrist George bless clerk at the Model shoe store had the misfortune to fracture one of the Bones in his right wrist wednesday afternoon. The Accident happened while he was cranking a Ford car for mrs. Nels Olson. Meeting Rost a one the meeting of the Standard bearers which was announced for Friday afternoon has been postponed. Cad s taxi line. City taxi and Auto livery. Baggage transferred. Phone i 1vkfim.ps impaired vision makes a nervous irritable child. Help your kiddie by helping his eyes. It is Only a question of Correct glasses or service provides just that kind. Oman c. Deselms optometry it there has been some misunderstanding on the part of the Public with reference to the manufacture of non intoxicating cider and fruit juices exclusively for use in the Home. Judge Charles j. Orbison Federal prohibition director for Indiana is sending out the ruling of the Federal prohibition commission with reference to such manufacture. As it is of general interest it is herewith published in full Section 29 of title 11 of the National prohibition act provides that the penalties imposed in the act against the manufacture of liquor without a permit shall not apply to a person for manufacturing Noni Toxi Cating cider and fruit juices exclusively for use in his Home but such cider and fruit juices shall not be sold or delivered except to persons having permits to manufacture vinegar. The Bureau s interpretation of the foregoing provision is As follows any person May without permit and without giving Bond manufacture no intoxicating cider and fruit juices and in so doing he May take his apples or fruits to a custom Mill and have them made into cider and fruit juices. After such no intoxicating cider and fruit juices Are made they must be used exclusively in the Home and when so used the phrase no intoxicating Means no intoxicating in fact and not necessarily less than one half of one per cent of alcohol As provided in Section 1, of title 11, of said act. Quot or if the person making such cider and fruit juices desires to do so he May 1 sell such cider and fruit juices at any time to persons having permits to make vinegar this he May do under the provision of said Section 29. 2 if he preserves such cider and fruit juices at the time they Are made he May sell same to the Public in general quot this he May do under the provisions of Section 4, of title 11, of said act. 3 or he May sell said cider and other fruit juices so Long As they contain less than one half of one per cent of alcohol but the purchasers thereof cannot use or possess the same after they contain More than Oue half of one per cent of alcohol this he May do under the provisions of Section 1 and 3, of title 11 of said act. The cider in the Home May be allowed to turn to vinegar if the owner desires provided he adds no sugar or other fermentable substances to the cider or fruit juices to increase the alcoholic Content thereof Inas Ucli As such practice is held to constitute a Mash fit for distillation within the provision of Section 3282. Revised statutes he May sell said vinegar to any one who May desire to Purchase it this he May do under the provisions of Section 4, of title 11, of said act. Quot this regulation is not intended to cover the commercial use of cider and fruit juices but merely the use of the Large audience sees shrine auction More than 3,000 persons gather at Richmond of. A. Holmes is director Richmond ind., september 18.�? More than 3,000 persons composed the audience in the coliseum last night that witnessed a spectacular Oriental production staged by the Nobles of the order of the Mystic shrine As the final event of a Celebration in Honor of the zem zem club Here. F., a. Holmes of Murat Temple Indianapolis was the director of the production which eclipsed anything that Richmond Ever had seen before in the Way of gorgeous costumes and general splendor the entire ground floor of the coliseum was used the audience filling the terraced seats which flank the floor and the upper galleries. The High officers of the shrines received an enthusiastic Welcome As they appeared in the various marching delegations from Murat and Mizpah temples. The drills of the patrols and the Gatling gun team from Murat Temple As Well As vocal numbers by the chanters from Murat were All Well received. The production last night marked the Climax or a Day of festivities which will live Long in the memory of Richmond citizens. The shrines received the full Freedom of the City and they exercised their privileges in Many and devious ways All to the enjoyment of the people in general. Fau footwear our fall line of footwear is now ready for your inspection consisting of All the new patterns and materials for Street and dress Wear. Beautiful Black or Brown kid or Brown Calfskin boots with military libels for Street Wear suede or Pat. In Louis libels for dress. See the new quot Brogue oxfords made of dark Rich Cordovan calf Wing tips military heels for Street Wear. Ask to see our quot growing girls shoes quot a made especially for children wearing women s sizes yet having that childish appearance quot Arch preserver shoes quot a the feel is so different. you Reyes changed there is a slow but constant change in every persons vision. Glasses that fitted you perfectly a few years ago Are probably entirely unsuited to the needs of your eyes today. Every person who wears glasses should have their eyes examined at least every two years. Call and sec us and let us find out whether you re wearing the proper lenses. If a change of lenses is necessary Well furnish them promptly and reasonably. We guarantee a Forrest fitting and absolute satisfaction in every . L Sanders spinal adjustments Remore tie cause of Attica Richland township schools open with intermingled expressions of Joy and of sorrow the children of Richland township again entered school on monday september 13th. The school session on that Day lasted Only until noon the pupils being kept in Bounds just Long enough to be registered and Given the quot lists of supplies needed for the year s work. Tho enrolment was about the same As that of last year showing increases in some rooms and slight decreases in others. The Mellott school registered 175 pupils the Newtown school 203. Forty entered the High school at Mellott against 38 at Newtown. The following is the list of instructors Mellott Everett Ogle superintendent assisted in the High school by mrs. Esther Pevler and Arvilla Crumley Carson Smith eighth Grade Kate Dinwiddie seventh Grade Marie Ritenour fifth and sixth grades Edith Simmons third and fourth grades fee Richardson first and second grades. Newtown a. D. Fouts superintendent assisted in the High school by c. M. Bear and Edith Prentice mrs Nora Smith seventh and eighth grades miss Hallie Stockdale fifth and sixth grades Sylvia Babb fourth Grade Leolia Black second and third grades Beulah Hadley first. W. O. Shumaker manual training and agriculture Nellie Pointer music and Art and Lavera Shultz Domestic science Divide their time Between Mellott and Newtown Moring to Cli Lagro the family of Julius Prucker of Kramer left wednesday for Chicago to make their Home. Or. Prucker was for Many years masseuse at mud Lavia Springs after the hotel was destroyed by fire he found employment in Chicago. I Ottee to democratic women the democratic women s club will meet at the committee rooms next wednesday evening As 7 30, september 29th, instead of in the afternoon. ------1 same As applied to the Home and As provision is made in Section 30 of title 11 of said registered shoot the Attica gun club held a registered shoot wednesday afternoon on the huddle farm South of town. Twenty nine shooters took part in the shoot. There were two professional shooters present or. Cadwal Lader of Decatur 111., representing the Peters Cartridge company and James Heimer representing the Remington company. Cadwallader made a record of 145 out of a possible 150 shots. Heimer quot 144 out of a possible 150. Charles Peck of Remington made the highest score among the Amateur shooters making a score of 144 out of a possible 150. Or Wolfard of Danville made second score of 142. Many were present from the neighbouring towns of India in and Elizabeth Ludlow Mary Elizabeth Ludlow daughter of 2\mos and Hannah Smith Ludlow was born in Warren county Ohio january Twenty second eighteen Hundred forty nine. At the age of seven years she moved with her parents to Indiana and located near Veedersburg in the Osborn s Prairie neighbourhood. With the exception of two years residence in the state of Washington the remainder of her life has been spent in Montgomery and Fountain counties. She United with the Osborn s Prairie Christian Church at an Early age and has remained a member of that denomination All her life having her membership at the time of her death in the Christian Church at Wingate. She was always Active in All the departments of Church life faithful in attendance to All its services whenever physically Able. She was a life member of the woman s Board of Home missions of the Christian Church. For the past seven years she has made her Home with her daughter mrs. I. L. Mcknight and during that time has attended Church services for the most part at the Newtown presbyterian Church. On december 23, 1868, she was United in marriage to Samuel s. Sheaffer. To this Union were born seven children five of whom is Irvine her. A daughter mrs. Edith Green of Garber Oklahoma a son Ludlow of Yakima Washington and mrs. I. L. Mcknight mrs. Harry Greenburg and Lawrence l. Sheaffer of this locality for about four years after her husband s death she continued to live in Wingate where they resided at the time of his death but when her youngest son left Home to enter College she made her Home with her daughter until her death. During her last sickness which covered a period of eight months and was attended with great suffering she exhibited a spirit of patience characteristic of her life. Though it was apparent from the first that she was no match for the affliction which Laid its relentless hand upon her she contended against its ravages with every atom of or strength and will. Always expressing however her readiness to answer the final summons when it came. On the morning of september 15 she passed from this life into the life beyond aged seventy one years seven months and Twenty three Days. Besides the children she leaves two Brothers Charles Ludlow of Hills Boro ind., and Sherman Ludlow of Mcminnville Oregon seventeen grandchildren and a Host of relatives who will greatly miss her companionship. Little Ford los oths follow Price cutting by seats Boe Buck Mont gomex Ward a co. Of 25 feb cent special to the Tribune Chicago september 23.�?Price cuts of from ten to Twenty percent on Many lines of merchandise was shown in the new catalogues of Sears Roebuck and co. And Montgomery Ward and co., reductions effective immediately al allowing fiord s Price cutting on his cars furniture is Cut Twenty five per cent. Other reductions were made on Cotton Staples and men s and women s clothing. Armed Auto Bajt dits hold up u. S. Mail truck South Bend september 23.�?two armed Auto bandits held up the Driver of the u. S. Mail truck As it was leaving the new York Central station Early today and took two locked pouches containing registered mail. It is believed the sacks contained approximately five thousand dollars. The bandits drove along Side of the truck and forced the Driver to abandon it. They drove to a secluded spot and searched the sacks. Dynamite bomb found by new York policeman new York september 23.�?a dynamite bomb with lighted fuse was discovered in the Wash room of an elevated railway station today by a policeman who extinguished fuse. The police found that the bomb contained enough dynamite to blow up the whole neighbourhood. Millerand elected president of France Versailles september 23.�?without serious opposition Premier Alexandre Millerand was elected president of France today by the National Assembly succeeding Paul Deschanel who resigned because of ill health. 0. Lewis Green was in Indianapolis wednesday looking after Legal business. Phone Black 10 is your child naturally Thrifty. Thrifty Homes build a Thrifty nation and they cannot be created Over night they can Only become so through education the proper training of the children for Thrifty children will make Thrifty grown ups. Teach Thrift in the Home and in the school. Encourage your child to open a savings account in this Bank in his or her name. Do it now any amount accepted. Jesse Martin pres. O. S. Clark vice pres. W. B. Schermerhorn cashier our capital and surplus is $120,000.00 is Kirner . A Unk Wuh it pm w service r Central National fire wreck does $75,000 Damag Covington Man gets storm of death news called to Frankfort where he attended the funeral of his sister Henry Ferling of Covington arrived Home wednesday morning to find that his wife mrs. Margaret Ferling was dead. While at Frankfort Ferling was notified that a brother had died in Washington state As a result of being hit by an interurban car. Mrs. Ferling was 78 years old and was a Pioneer resident of Fountain county. The Rexall tote in Attica the report on the Rexall Straw vote As taken at the Robinson drug store stood As follows last night Harding ________________________182 Cox ____________________________84 hardings lead___________________98to�iy Messner a in it every woman learns a Thomas h. Ince prozac loii the Story of a girl who lived for pleasure and married a parlor Clown then the sad awakenings the quot a ther Man quot a the greater love the burning struggle that gives this girl a soul. A picture that goes to the heart of love and marriage Ana meets the problem with open eyes. Milton Sills Theodore Roberts and Irving Cummings in the big supporting cast. Enid Bennett in a vivid emotional role that is Dice rent from any other she has played. See it tomorrow Elaine Hammerstein a in quot greater than Fame quot fire destroyed ten car loads of merchandise valued at More than $75,000 Early wednesday in a freight wreck on the Monon Railroad at Lee a Small station North of Lafayette. A southbound extra was on its Way to Lafayette when a drawbar pulled out and resulted in a Pil Jip. A blazing journal on one of the cars set fire to the inflammable contents of it and the flames soon spread to the entire wreck. The merchandise destroyed included flour feed tractors and lumber. Sex Lafayette fire chief badly Hurt by Auto c. Mose Johnston former chief of the Lafayette fire department was severely injured wednesday at 10 o clock when he was struck by an automobile. Or. Johnston sustained a fracture of the right leg Between the knee and the ankle and a dislocated left shoulder. He was also painfully bruised about the head and shoulders. The Impact of the Accident threw the injured Man into the air and As he descended his body struck across the fender of the machine. He was taken to a Hospital. Lutheran Church notice Rev. A. P. Westerburg of Paxton 111, vice pastor of the swedish lutheran Church will conduct services in Attica sunday october Ard. The morning service will be conducted in the English language. The congregation is requested to meet on monday evening october 4, at 7 30 p. M. At the Church for a purpose of issuing a Call to a new pastor. All members Over the age of 15 Are entitled to vote. By order of the Church Board of the swedish lutheran Church. 171-12tw52-2t or. And mrs. W. P. Carmichael and daughter. Miss Katherine of st. Louis were guests the first of the week of or. And mrs. R e. Hanson. Will address the la it ies the woman s Republican club of Attica has secured the services of miss Eleanor Barker of Indianapolis who will address the work of Attica on tuesday. October 6th. The subject of the address will a quot the league of miss Barker is a lawyer and a speaker of exceptional ability. Sldary woman of this Vicinity should hear miss Barker discuss the question that is of so al importance to every american woman just at this period in american destiny

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