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Attica Ledger Press (Newspaper) - December 22, 1911, Attica, Indiana Mattica Ledger press $1.00 per Yea Attica. Indiana. Friday. December 22, 1911. Established 1851 no. 12 i 1 West Lebanon Auto Man skip Rhodes will share aunt s Fortune. James n. And w. C. Rhode who live a c. Muse departs for parts unknown a year Chatterton were in the City wed leaving Obi rations to the amount j mesday on their Way Home from Ken of $8.000 or $10,000 behind Tucky where they had been to attend the funeral of an aunt mrs. Jane Benge j. C. Muse the West Lebanon Auto go Gerof their Mother mrs. Lucy Rhode Mobil a Man of whom or. A. C. Holley resided until her death in Pine bought the racing car which he now Village. Mrs. Benge was reputed in will Loate in East St. Louis Attica Bridge co. Chooses Illinois City for new Home and purchases six acre building site there. I six pairs of men s Lisle thread Hose will be Skeleton at love feast pack in a nicely decorated Box and j a guaranteed for six months. Price $1.50. Room for democratic chairman or. Drives about the City and country Haa disappeared from former Home leaving a Large and angry crowd of creditors behind Hirn. He has not been seen in West Lebanon since thanksgiving Day but As he went to Craw the neighbourhood where she lived to be very Rich her Fortune being estimated at suit in you but or. says that As nearly As could be gotten at it will not exceed $40,000. The property will go to her Sisters children the nephews Fordsville then for a visit with wife s nieces each getting one ninth of the people the fact that he did not intend Tate. Most of them Are already to return did not come out until a few pretty Well fit but it will not be an Days ago. Unwelcome Christmas present never the mrs. Muse declares that her husband j Jug Tyg however that by the Leftt replace Whert they were stopping use the Kentucky lawyers get thru and announced that he was going Down Hefe will tit be a great Deal to town and would be Back soon she As Divide among the heirs. A relative of the Rhodes whom the sets this is the last she saw or heard of . It developed that eighteen or Twenty prominent Cit Izeris of West Lebanon and Vicini y have signed notes with Muse and Are now confronted with the Stern fact of Stiving them to pay. Brothers met for the first time on this trip owns a Hatchet which is generally credited with having belonged to Daniel Boone. The they visited is that in which the famous frontiersman one Lanier who is a allege to have sign j up a. Time and the history of the de a note As St county Lor Muse states j i a claim plausible at least that he did not signature to i a few at it a Large tree there was the instrument an.1 that name is a blown Down and this exposed the hat forgery. O tier losses Are placed at 1 to and it is i i. Ajr regate will a a a and $ia,0 i. Wil be a j. John. Who is caught for from la and u estimated that to reach Between n the Leavic in son of Johnson $2,900. W. W Fletcher Louii -. Chet which had been concealed in a hollow Fork a few feet from the ground. The growth of the tree in the passing i years had hidden it from View. On its i handle were carved the initials d. B. I and this together with its ancient a it Rane of Sloan j Parance convinced the natives that it West Lebanon and genuine relic of the revered the late Henry 1 u a Sher who died dec. Daniel. The Story sounded Good to 7th, were All Sacui i a for about a to i Jujj Ujj he tried to buy the Hatchet but the fellow that owned it would t sell for love or Money and kept it care a Ach while i it a. L anyway will have $a0< to pay. Crawford county commissioner i. Aiso caught for several Hundred Dollar. A or. Freeman of the firm of Lynch amp Freeman of Indianapolis or. Ear Hart of Lafayette representing the Standard Oil co., and a Man named Mccomb of Mulberry a brother in Law of Muse were in West Lebanon last week trying to get the affairs of Muse straightened out. They found one second hand automobile and a few other articles was All that Muse left behind. So far nothing was found that would pay As much As one cent on the Dollar and it appears that it was a i Enuine clean up on the part of the former garage Man. When Muse was in business there he had the Confidence of the Community and people Are at a loss to know How it is that he became so badly involved. Some of creditors Are anxious to prosecute and it is stated that an Effort will be made to apprehend Muse and Wing Back to face the list of creditors especially those who claim that their signatures Are attach to notes which they never authorized. The affair has caused considerable excitement thru out that part of Warren county. _ _ Attica is doing her share. Partial reports received at the Headquarters in Indianapolis indicate that the Sale of red Cross Christmas seals amounts to practically one for every inhabitant of the towns where the seals Are being sold. A number of the smaller towns have already sold More than one Seal per capita and while some of the larger cities May fall below this Mark it is thought that the average will be at least one for each resident of the cities and towns conducting a Sale. Attica has undertaken the Sale of 10,01 1 seals and the Little stickers Are being sold and used by the Hundred daily. The monday club has maintained an Agency in the Post office Oil Gay this week and few packages have gone out thru the mails without the Little red and Green seals attach. The or Der forbidding their use on the front of letters and packages has been rescinded but they should not be placed on the same Corner As the postage Stamps. The announcement of the fully wrap up and lock in trunk for fear that Jim or some other covetous souvenir Hunter would steal it from . Wabash in receivers hands indebtedness of Railroad forces the company into receivership to protect its creditors. The Wabash Railroad is in the hands of receivers. This action came As a result of the attempts at reorganization of the company that have been in Progress for the past two or three weeks and is causing much comment in Railroad circles. The Westinghouse air Brake co. Filed the application which brought about the appointment the Legal action taking place monday in the United states circuit court at St. Louis. Judge e. B. Anderson of Indianapolis was presiding and appointed f. J. Delano president of the Wabash Edward b. Prior until recently a director and w. A Bixby As receivers. Their Bond was fit at $300,000 each the appointment of receivers for the Wabash is the sequence of the appointment in new York about two weeks ago at a meeting of directors of a com Mittee to re adjust the finances of the Road which for several months past had been the subject of grave concern to the Road s various Security holders. The receivership is said to be of entirely Friendly nature and to have been the outcome of the committee s deliberations As to the Best possible Way of placing the Wabash on its feet. The company s last annual report for the fiscal year ending june 80, showed a deficit of $403,000 under the requirements necessary to pay the company s total interest , but arrangements were made by the directors at that time to provide the Money for the july 1st payment. The monthly earnings reported by the company have shown a steady fal Litja of and it seemed inevitable in Wall Street opinion that Steps would have to be taken to rehabilitate the company unless its earnings improved. The management has been hampered in the operation of the Road according to statements of its representatives by the fact that Insuik Ici ent funds were Selling the great main ten est number in proportion to the Popula up. After spending a week in St. Louis and neighbouring cities looking about for the Advant vitreous location far the new Home far the Attica Bridge co., George and fed Quot Urtis finally decided Timatea to St. Louis offered the Best advantage and made the initial move toward the removal of their Plant from Attica to that City by purchasing a six acre site to was secured in fact one was pc Icalia declined the managers of the company Leing the commercial. I b that Iney prefix rred to remain inde it obligation. To the City. That y a it Civ Ltd a warm Welcome from he o club the Banks and a a i i a i ii i Ess men. Ana Are highly f ii with the in Spect. It Wili thai y of our to know that Hasl is. I Quot .li.-, which just the River from Louis is he third air it St cite in Iii Iris j with a p Putin of it Bein Cut ranked Only by Chicago and be iria. It i growing rapidly having Dou Ltd its population each of the a St two i Cades. It i. A Theroi. Uio darn City ii of Hustle pin a will at Ord the i Bridge Coin i in Limp o p it Stu Ity to i expand As much As it an. It j and the Basing Point from which Frei it rates Are compel. D a for All of the territory West and Sou h 1 of there which made it particularly attractive for the Bridge works. Thi. Will not alter the plans of the com Patio j As announced thru the Ledger pres. J two a it eks ago. They will continue to operate the Plant Here As usual until i next fall As it will take that Long to j erect the necessary buildings and get i read to move. None of the plans Are work out As yet and this will take con j Sid Erable time As it is the intention to plan the buildings so As to permit of the expansion of the Plant and arrange the equipment so that the largest possible amount of work can be turned out. The buildings Wili be of steel and the framework will be All fabricated Here and ship to East St. Louin read to erect. No changes will be made in the Plant Here until the new buildings Are completed when the entire equipment will be loaded on the cars with derricks and All ship at once. Preach sunday one is a Jesse Miller shoe co. Frank Feuerstein who is a student at Ann Arbor Mick is Here to spend i the holidays with parents George Feuerstein and wife that Kev w k. A a galls will at the Kob Roy m. Quot to Church evening at t it prob if t Over invited to attend. Or. And mrs. A. 3. Peacock will leave Friday for Chicago to spend Christmas with mrs. Bertha d. Hay and mrs. W. W. Deweese miss Edna Shields of Tab and Vern in Ervin of Alvin hi., were married in Danville tuesday a will reside on a farm near Tab. Mrs. Rosa Polk went to Oxford Friday fora visit with bar Mother mrs. Francis Steimel and a r sister. Mrs. 11. N Bertrand. A or. And mrs. H. L. Kramer have re is j turned from Joplin mo., where they t. I a 1 been Teir son . A will Kramer. My Kirk Dot of hard Wood Lum morale a d inc at j. Wesley Whicker in . Or. And mrs. Rex san Eler housewarming at mud Lavia. Invitations were issued this week by and mrs. H. L. Kramer or. And mrs. R. B. Kramer and or. And mrs. Will Krimer for a housewarming reception and Ball at mud Lavia on wed that the county chairman.- among no a Day evening dec. 27lh. The affair the Demour it. May not be altogether be Given in , of the Williams guilty of assault arouses opposition and Row is imminent. Open Pii of a the new additions to the hotel and promises to be the biggest social event Ever held there. The . Which were told of in details in these columns two weeks ago. Are now practically completed. The Ball will be held in the spacious music room which with its Beautiful decorations and artistic lighting will make an Ideal ballroom one Hundred and seventy five invitations were issued about a Hundred of them being local and the others from neighbouring cities a d Chicago. Ii Ouis Are guest of Lack e. Tiry will Ren it in until after Veir s i silk guaranteed Hose Lor women pack in nicely a Quot coated Box. Price 7.&Quot>o the pair Jesse Muler Shie co. T. Field Zeigler is on the sick list. Boose thirst leads to crime has. Coffeen and j. J. Penrod forge to finance a drunk and get in bad. Settled and May yet it veloce into a Lively Little scrap is apparent from the fact that last week several Day after Tom Dotson s Boom had been launch and arrangements made for ratification Iove Fea to at v Eldersburg the Kingman Star came out with a Well groomed Boom for James a. Copeland. Of Kirkman for the place. Jim is now county commissioner from District and is closely in touch with affairs in the courthouse and the Coati Tysean politicians. His ability As a campaigner is evidenced by Success at the p it Lis and this Hirn a wide acquaint Ance in every in Cir to of the county which would be very v Ila Able to a county chairman. It is urged Agni St Mayer Dotson by Nie of fellow democrats that he is not Accica Interi with the lir out the county and cannot meet them s i Well. The editor it i the Star is a Democrat but he care Turiy i ignores the Dot Welsh Boom and after setting Forth Sonu new conditions that will Resu t Iron the new t corrupt i Law and pointing out the re it a regents for a Good chairman says Quot a Large in her of democrats in Fountain county have already cast about for a Man who would be accept j bruised and injured being com Able to All democrats of the county and up he up a Twenty two Days in a i at the same time bring conservatism j Hospital. I Clear thought and Energy into the and _ i minist Raisun of All the details connected i Poole gets life sentence i with the p sit Ion those who have seriously considered the matter and Benton county Farmer found guilty sawing Arnil 1 t f Ltd East Tion of the cities is causing great rivalry thru out the state. Thus far ment. The company s total bonded debt Cayuga seems to be in the Lead having now amounts to Over $114,000, and sold four Stamps for each of its thous and inhabitants and being confident of Selling that Many More. Attica is not far behind with her three for each inhabitant and with the proper amount of Hustle this City stands a Chance of getting one of the six vacuum cleaners which were offered As , for the City school building. Rev. Geo. F. Keniston who was formerly superintendent of the Public schools of Attica and afterwards entered the ministry has accepted a Call to the second presbyterian Church at Crawfordsville or. Keniston was a very popular and successful teacher and has Many friends in this City. Mrs. James Eacret of Independence visited with friends in this City tuesday. Is one of the heaviest per mile of any Railroad in the country. The Good folks out at Beulah Chapel extend a Hearty invitation to All the residents of that neighbourhood to attend the Christmas entertainment to be Given in the Church Friday night. After the entertainment is Over the ladies of the Church will serve oysters and a Happy social hour will be spent together. There is no charge fur the entertainment Solon Brier writes to Call attention to a minor error in the Story of the Settle ment of famous mule Case. The defendant or. Mankey compromised by Payag $50 and court costs instead of the difference in the buying and Selling local news. Farm for Sale 184 acres adjoining Stone Bluff Indiana. Extra Well improved Good Wells tenant House Good soil Market Railroad elevator school Church All near by. Price is g. L. Mcconnell West Lebanon ind mrs. P. T. Courtney and Little son of Chicago came monday for a visit with her sister mrs. Fred Sauer. They went to West Lebanon wednesday and spent the Day with mrs. Courtney s parents or. And mrs. Sellars. Mrs. Eldon Grimes of Pine Village was in the City tuesday Enro Ute to Henning 111., to attend the wedding of miss Nellie Allen. While in the City she was the guest of Rev. U. S. Ferguson and wife. If you want the Best meats of All kinds remember that you can get them at the old stand where everything is sanitary and handled right j i also buy country meat and rabbits. A j b. F. Stephens. 10 2 i Beatrice the Little daughter of or. J and mrs. Lawrence Mcdonald who has j been sick for the past week is not in j proving very rapidly. She is now threatened with pneumonia. Or. And mrs. Guy Wheeler came tuesday from Terre haute to visit until after Christmas with or. And mrs. J Roy Zentmire. Mrs. Wheeler and mrs. Zentmire Are Sisters Dan at olt and wife left Boswell wednesday for England ark., and after a visit there will proceed on to hot Springs. They expect to spend several weeks on the trip. Carlton Mcfayden who is attending St. John s military school at Delafield wise., came Home wednesday to spend j the Holiday vacation with Mother mrs. Mary Mcfayden. You can t Offord for one minute to miss the great closing out Sale of toys and some items in Fine China and Bric a Brac at Mcdermond s the real Christmas store. The Fideli ters met wednesday afternoon with mrs. Victor Levor. The annual Quot grab bag Quot took place at this meeting. A Lovely luncheon was ser de. Ivan Plaut who has a position with the american cutlery co., of Chicago will come saturday to spend Christmas with Mother mrs. Jennie Plaut. Rev. George s. Lutz of new Salem n. D. Arrived Here last week and will remain the rest of Tjie Winter with relatives in Davis township. Mrs. Horace Hetfield is still very ill at the Home of her Smi in Law Thomas i red on by their desire for a prolonged drunk Charlea 7/. Coffeen and Joseph j. Penrod uttered several fraudulent checks on last thursday succeeded in cashing two of them and after spending the proceeds in the saloons of Attica and Danville were run Down by officers of the Law. They were arrested in Danville and brought Back to this City tried sat a Day before mayor Reed in the City court. The evidence produced was sufficient to indicate their guilt and the mayor bound them Over to the circuit court Ifor trial. They were taken to Covington saturday and Are now in the county jail with the certainty of a prison sentence before them. The checks were both past by Coffeen one for $10.00 at Jesse Miller s shoe store and another for $10 50 at Anton Schmid s Saloon they attempted to pass another at Eviston s Candy factory but or. Eviston was suspicious and declined. The checks were All written by Penrod on Farmers amp merchants state Bank Blanks and were Sig Ned in own name he had no Money in the Bank and had not had. He made the checks to Coffeen and the latter endorsed them when they were cashed. At the trial saturday Coffeen and Penrod both admitted that they carefully weighed it have concluded that James a. Copeland. Present com missioner would be a very suitable and i of Lucent Democrat to fill the position. He has the Energy push and Clever headed Ness to make an excellent organizer and party Leader in the very important Campaign of 1912.&Quot this had no sooner appeared than a Covington correspondent who is in pretty close touch with political affairs around the courthouse and is himself a Democrat sent a Story to one of the Danville daily papers which indicates that there is the making of a warm scrap just under the surface waiting to break Forth. After commenting favourably on the action of the Veedersburg democrats he says Quot it is said that there is some slight opposition against this move on the part of the democrats in Van Buren but most of it comes from persons outside of there whose True purpose might be hard for them to explain to the party and last week an Independent newspaper in which political dope is paid for at so much per Square Inch published an article which had the appearance of coming from the pen of a Covington writer and Doc has it that the article will appear in this week s Issue of a local paper that is not in Accord with the Van Buren movement. Quot it would seem to a person on the outside politically but one on the in were hobos with no regular abiding place. Coffeen is a plasterer by Trade information that the rank and is the son of Seth Coffeen a Well known contracting plasterer who lived in Attica. Pine Village Kramer and Oxford and has work in All the smaller towns in this Vicinity. This City. Charles is a and drifted into Attica last january j escapes Penitentiary but Wili pay largest Fine Ever Soest in Fountain county. The sensational suit in which e Williams a wealthy Farmer of the Vicinity of Yeddo this county. Was charged with assault up n it year old illegitimate daughter ended t n thursday morning when the jury after debating the Iju Stion f a 20 hours brought in a verdict finding Quot guilty of assault and butt by and fixing punishment at Rine and two months in Theca Junta jail. The verdict sure ised most of the attendants at the trial As it was the general that sufficient guilt had been proven to insure Williams a term in the Penitentiary. The Fine altho the l Irti St Ever As Sest in Fountain county is not a heavy punishment up it nth defendant who is Well list a ii can pay it without feeling it the failure of Wiliiams to g upon the stand in own defense a s taken by Many As an admission of put and no other construction could be place Tel upon the course pursue by attorney. oven As the judge a i unified that a verdict had been Racht be convened court and the defendant. It it Hirt by after i u clock when ams re i i i id Williams received to with evil sent Relief. There were three charges he incest assault i h in it to commit rape and assault and Lattery. Some of the jurors were for hindi Hun on t in Grav r charge Cut a come Tomiz a was n Fly agreed Upo i. The Williams trial occupied the. Attention of the circuit court at Covington since monday morning when it a resumed after been suddenly postponed on the preceding thursday by the illness of attorney Mccabe. A a 7 t i. The prosecution rested its Case at la 30 Johna. Poole the Benton county Farmer who for the past five weeks has a or Kumsun been on anal in the Tipp Anoe circuit a a a court for the Kil Hng of farmhand. Zoi Williams the prosecuting witness Joe Kemper was found Silty of a he last witness heard was John Smith Der m the first degree monday night i a Giri who had become and life Manson i i a Dij necessary for the Jurij ment. The jury was out nearly six j of be Uken to Bis room in the hotel and hours a took eleven ballots before evidence there the verdict was determined upon. Poole those who had been following the showed Hittle interest when the verdict trial were somewhat mystified by the asks for s5,000 damages. Fred. S. Purnell. As attorney for put Ank fair has filed suit in the Wir Ren circuit court against h. G. Chandler and Clinton Tyr asking damages for injuries received by a Cave in in a gravel pit near Marshfield last summer. Chandler and Tyler were Ravel Road i Ijac ors and f air was working for then. The complaint Ali egts that it. S i the of Emp Oyt Quot a thit there was no danger that fair into the pit where he was caught by a Cave in and came near losing like. As it was he received a i was other and sent to state Penitentiary for life. Was read and there was no it Morsta Tion of any kind. On tuesday the condemned Man was brought into court again and sentence was past upon following which he made a Little speech to the sea ii crowd in the court room in which he persisted in innocence and declared the world had been against for years and he had known nothing but hard work and trouble. His attorney and officers who have been in close touch with during the trial express the belief that he is now insane whether he was at the time of the murder or not. And believe that he will not survive Long. He was taken to Michigan City immediately after he was sentenced tuesday and entered upon prison term. Course pursued by the attorney for the defense. When the state had rested its Case attorney Mccabe who a representing Williams called first fitness without any preliminary state Mentz As to what he expected to Prore or the line that the defense would take. But few witnesses were introduced for the defense Richard May and mrs. Bessie Chi Kress. Who lived at the Home of Zola Williams . Henry Smith and cared for testified that the girl was taught to re Irani Williams As her father and that be bad frequently visited at the Smith Home and was kindly received there. Mrs. Bessie Childress also swore that Zola had told her that she had not told the truth in the preliminary hearing in Justice s court. The proceedings in Levi it cation. Strip turn a l Kei station and file of democrats Are agreed that to have the county chairman any place but in Van Buren township would be a big Blunder and since they have the family has their opinion As to whom it isto be lived in St. Louis for several years Al App Quot a opposition was sprung Tho a married daughter now resides in j democratic ,n Neer do Well a selfish end. K. Ciu fion Quot the writer is not a politician but from St. Louis. He has been in the watched the game for i years thinks that he knows dope and i i c j o t f a. A i Justice court were Tow by roes sunday school Christmas program. Keziar. J. P. Who conducted the inquiry. Christmas program of the Presby-1 the wife of the defendant with Terian sunday school to be Given in whom he recently affected a re Concilia the Church saturday evening at Siertk no. Price of the team As was stated last Purdue in Shawnee township and her week. Death is expected daily. Vicinity Ever since altho he has i work but Little living the life of a to i to most of the time and sleeping at the i Light Plant in Box cars or anywhere else that he could. He husky Corn for a Short time for Miles and Black on i the Hughes farm and there he got acquainted with Penrod a fellow of like character who claimed Lafayette As Home Mother being an inmate of the soldiers Home there. The acquaintance was renewed in the saloons of Attica monday of last week and they were to Ether for several Days. Thursday afternoon in Russell s Saloon they were drinking together and in the presence of Omar Mitchem Roy Garner Newman Russell and one or two others wrote a Check for $10.50. They offered it to Russell but he refused to Cash it and Coffeen went out and went to Schmid s Saloon where he got the Money on it. Returning to Russell s Saloon they divided the Money. The one Cash at Miller s was presented two or three hours later. In the hearing before the mayor Coffeen declared that he had been drunk for a week and could not remember clearly what had happened. He remembered Penrod giving the first Check and the details of cashing it. But claims not to remember the Miller Check Penrod swore that he had not written either of them and declared that he could not write. Martha Nal l Wilb of a Titan Solo so. Re i Itati i Kec Itati Quot Vecita Titi i olo recitation duet sont. A a dilation. Sonk no. A visit from Santa Clau Sonti no. Kno Soli can see and know what some of the actions a Day to it a two later commenting on the matter in another Danville Paer. F in which he is also correspondent the same writer says Quot some Little objection has been raised to mayor Dotson for the democratic chairmanship and it is being whispered around Here among the men who do things that if Veedersburg keeps on grumbling this City will ask for the plact and will get it too. The democrats Here can Settle on a Man in Short order and All get together and have Harmony and Veedersburg had better watch out or they will log a the Opok a Unity that is now Givon the in the meantime prepare to is for mayor Dotson s Lov feast at the Hub go merrily on. Every Democrat in the county is invited generally speaking but preparations Are being made to entertain Only about two Hundred fifty. The attendance might be larger if it were not for the fact that guests Are required to put up a Dollar a plate for Quot the eats Quot and the oratory. It is mighty hard for the average Democrat to absorb More than thirty cents Worth of oratory at one sitting and with veed-1 . Quot Sinif. Of or Givens Kersburg a dry town the Prospect is not choir any too alluring. Tuesday r Tion testified that it was upon her advise that Williams fled after the inquiry and for a time evaded arrest. Contrary to general expectation Williams himself was not put on the stand. Prosecutor Philpott made a Strong Appeal for conviction on All three counts in the affidavit urging that the state had establish the guilt of the accused and the nature of the crime was such that the severest penalty of the Law should be past upon . When the prosecutor had concluded court adjourned until wednesday morning when it was expected that attorney Charles Mccabe who represented the defendant would make an argument but be Kllc Coit it. Harvid Joaen again surprised the court and spectators co. A Ciao by declaring that he was willing to submit the Case without argument. Some time was spent in preparing the court s instructions to the jury which were lengthy and explicit As to what the Law Vesper sons Scricc. Provides. The jury retired at noon and the following musical program will after deliberating until 4 00 o clock be lev it n in the presbyterian Church at ask for further instructions. The 4 o clock sunday for the Benefit of the jury men were brought into court again Church choir. And the entire instructions read Over to Chittur them. Again retiring to their Root or. A wart it wart is .l Faul a Rio of Liari. S Milford Kathi it n Olvet t l Martin s blurt m. A it Nam Kii Hani Zyi it Rio it a is Thor winks Kinith Kish a Martha a fit riot. Sch gtd. A find t Conru la i. Ivri aul Kott r Iii la l Johnson Kola it j miss a a a i William Colv. It Caryl Kur in it a Sebo r it nth Iii. A a they spent the whole night in debating hair what Man holy \ of. J o. The matter and at i too thursday my in select inf compromised upon the verdict As Given above. Of glory Solo miss a Eilek anti pm. &Quot.ankfl. From the realms Czoik duet. Quot Hail to if Monarch who lies in a Man Ifer Quot Marston mesdames Martin and Mcfayden violin Solo. Quot ave Marie Quot Schuhert Wilhelmj Marie son Quot i Canie upon a Midnight Clear Quot Meyer i Imond mrs. Mabe Thori k Jones West i have for Sale a Fine Bunch of Early barred Plymouth re it cd cockerel a ome of them weighing eight and nine pounds each a mrs. John Jack phone Stone Bluff. P. O. \ Eldersburg. R. R. Mrs. Zimri Atkinson spent with relatives in Pine Village. I there will be work in the second degree at the k. Of p. Lodge Friday right the candidate being a prominent Young wanted a girl for general House Jroy Quot work. Apply by letter addressing j Pine line of Fai Icv Box stationery and l. N. 2, care Ledger press i sublets at Brady a t f

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