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Attica Ledger Press (Newspaper) - January 8, 1915, Attica, Indiana Attica Ledger press Ross Brothers publisher Attica Indiana. Friday. January 8, 1915. Established 1851�?lp. Vol. 3, no. 15gasoline explosion wrecks Covington cleaning Plant striking of new court House clock Calls proprietor to the door and thus doubtless saved his life. The Vickery dry cleaning establishment on the West Side of the Square at Covington blew up wednesday afternoon at 3 0u o clock and the proprietor Chauncey Vickery had a narrow escape from being killed. In the fire which followed the explosion the building was almost totally destroyed. The cause of the explosion is not definitely known altho it was due to the gasoline used in cleaning operations. The new clock in the courthouse Tower had just been put into operation that afternoon and was striking three o clock. The Novelty of this caused or. Vickery to pause in his work and step to the Side do r to look up at the j clock. Just then the explosion came j and he was hurled out into the Alley in spite of the fact that he is a big fat Man and it took considerable Force to move him. His hair and clothes were singed but he was not seriously Hurt. His assistant had left the building a few minutes before and was at the courthouse at the time. When the explosion occurred the court room was crowded with Quot people in attendance at the ceremonies incident to the dedication of the memorial clock in the courthouse Tower. The City marshal was standing at the door and with great presence of mind he closed the big doors and he and Vav. H. Thompson held them shut thus averting a panic. Had the frightened crowd been permitted to Rush from the room doubtless Many would have been injured in the narrow winding stairways which Lead from the court room to the Street. Russell new Lii the new Deputy auditor was on the Street not far away and saw the explosion. The void be sounded like a Cannon and his first thought was that someone was firing a Salute in Celebration of the installation of the clock. He look up in time to see the roof of the bunding in the air and the burst of flames and dense Black smoke which came from the wreck building. The Structure was a Small Frame one and the explosion set fire to its entire Interi r. The Volunteer firemen hurried Ai it Taratus to the scene and fought the flames hard but the building was ruined. The loss was a bouts a Good balance. In retiring from the office of trustee of Logan township Jan. 1st l g Ling Gin turned Over to his successor Laurance Miller a Cash balance of $7,647.46. This is More than the entire expenditures of the office last year these being $6,313 46. The expenditures were divided among the funds As follows general township fund $1246 7. It Road fund $12bu. 11 special school $1310 43 tuition 20 dog fund $87.50 Library fund $2611.47. A balance of $7668.1� was carried Over from 1913 to last year so that there has always been plenty of Money on hands to meet any requirements. In spite of this col. Riggin has been extremely economical and has thus been enabled to keep the tax Levy Down to the lowest in the county. The township rate last year was 77c on the $100, the next lowest to it being Davis which had a Levy of 98c.court House clock dedicated. The c Uri House clock presented to Fountain county and the City of Covington i by . Homer Sewell As a memorial to her husband was dedicated wednesday afternoon with appropriate ceremonies. Attorney court Dice made the presentation speech speaking for . Sewell and the gift we acct ptts by w. A Wright for the county and mayor my George for the City. At the conclusion of the i pet cats a Monifi it tee of business Meti direst Tui . Sewell a Large bouquet of r or 3. The clock i a a be h t i Day clock with hour i d half h or strike. Its i i s Are feet 3 in he across and the court Houst be i us. D As a striking Mary l. Edmonds dead. Local news. Mrs. Sophia Lyons who has been visiting her sons Gus and Albert and families in this City want to Hoopes ton. 111., wednesday for a visit with relatives. Mrs. Albert Lyons and Martin Munson of Riverside accompanied her As far As Oxford and spent the Day with Charles Shipps and wife. Boswell a in the throes of another Harriet Redman captures lion s share of Pony votes wins prize Pony Rig with Strong Lead having More than one fourth of All the votes to her credit. The Pony voting contest which has been conducted by ten Attica merchants revival the presbyterian Church having for the past three months ended sat the Lead this time. The evangelist is or. Snook and he is assisted by an Irish Singer from Washington d. C. For some reason Boswell seems to be extra Good picking for evangelists and somebody pulls Oft a Good revival there every Winter. Or. And . Jacob Andrew entertained at dinner new year s. Those present were or. And . C. A. Barr . Mary Barr and r. C. Bert Schin of Winthrop or. And . John Andrew and grandchildren Jacob and Eva Crane and . Juliet love. Carleton Mcfayden left wednesday for Delafield wis., to resume his studies at St. John s military school after spending his vacation with his Mother . C. P. Shewey and grandmother . A. A. Greenwood. Miss Buda Bowen teacher at the Nave school reports the following pupils neither absent nor tardy during the month of december Charles and Paul Nave Lee Wilkerson Eldon Washburn Georgia and Melvin Auter. Owing to the cold weather the plasterers have been unable to finish the new Block at Newtown. In consequence of this j. A. Coining does not expect to be Able to open his new store there before february 1st. Mrs. Louise Peck and two daughters and Bister miss Mary Springman were guests new year s Day of their sister . A. W. Harper and family in Williamsport. Or. And . John Peterson returned to their Home in Fowler tuesday morning after a visit with their daughter . Charles Raatz and son de Peterson and family. Miss Pauline Riggs who is taking a course in music in Indianapolis and who spent the Holiday vacation with her parents l. W. Riggs and wife returned to Indianapolis wednesday. Miss Elizabeth Dwyer spent Friday with friends in Danville 111. She went from there to Charleston Iii., for a visit with her sister . Everett Johnson. Mrs. Ivan Godwin returned tuesday to her Home in Chicago after a several weeks visit in this City. Her Mother . De Lippold sr., accompanied her Home for a visit. Or. And . Ray Ireland who came Here sunday from Boise Idaho have gone to housekeeping in apartments i Over the Post office. Or. And . James Hunter of Williamsport will leave next week for Florida where they will spend the remainder of the Winter. Or. And . Joe Weineman and the latter s brother Henry returned the j latter part of the week from a visit with relatives in Tell City. Gladys daughter of or. And . Clint Jacobson was operated on monday for the removal of her tonsils and adenoids. Miss Elizabeth Dodson returned saturday to her Home in Templeton after a visit with her uncles will and Harry Ross and families. Edward Martin who has been working in new Orleans arrived Home tuesday evening for a visit with his parents o. A. Martin and wife. Urday night after More than eight million votes had been deposited in the boxes. Altho there were More than a Hundred of the contestants the official count revealed that More than one fourth of the entire votes had been secured by Harriet Redman the five year old daughter of Pete Redman and wife of the Palm restaurant her vote being 2,266,751. The votes were counted by h. C. Martin Edco hell l. G. Martin and Chester Daugherty who devoted Over two Days to the task finishing the count evening. The official count is Given in detail below Harriet Redman.2.26,6,751 Nellie May tabb.911,876 Don tinsman.744,315 Harold Ross 734,i�00 Charles davis.351,795 Irene julian.266,590 Gwendolyne kramer197,1115 Floy winks .194,095 Velma Florey .179,040 Harold wilber.16s,075 Marjorie jacobson.174,.90 Forrest lippold161,240 margaretbaldwin.1 4,3< 5 Lucile lape157,400 Harry Westring. 6.,235 Opal gaylor35.42 1 Chaa. ,250 George a. Lyons78,235 Mary duffield24,1 so Duane Mccord.3< .345 Isabelle johnson2s,240 Esther Alice green.26,5 5 fifth Lenore ,515 Max Hittle 9,250 j. C. Beckett9.5 55 Zeta May shidler.105,995 Charles crigler.15,955 jewel dwyer6,5u7 Dolly hoover18,215 Everett brown.29,005 Marjorie l-iiley.95.o7n Francis hunt>1,855 Leonard johnson12,725 Claude houts37,460 Orville funk6,755 Evelyn Campbell .4,6.50 Freddie .5ti5 a. Leroy richardson12,575 Neva keller10,240 Hester bishop.42,46 i Wilma Lemon. In,575 Clarence fenters61,2, a a i Joseph Robins i7,565 j. Allen foster22.ssu Marie Leebaw. 5 ,4i 5 Ruth oleson97,240 a Albert crone4s,755 Duane short.127,675 Leona Brier Kic 430 Jas. Doran.4,560 we. Slaughter6,210 Clovide kumkle12,500 Bonnie ,855 Frank hann2ii,460 we. Perigo30,460 Frank koedam.3, Donald foster47,580 Archie pugh.1.400 Bruce cunningham.22,895 d. Niccum.2, to Laura hatton.9,560 Fred purnell5 Lee whitehall.125 about 40 contestants had Small number of votes each. Tickets voted Blank �?8,21 0. New work for mothers club. The m others club is undertaking some will Thompson of Michigan City very practical work in an Effort to fill a was a guest this week of his Mother definite need. A couple of committee . Mary Thompson and sister j meetings have been held this week and 1 the plan As work out contemplates Maurice Mckinzie returned to Crown Semi monthly meetings of the club at Point Sui Day after a visit with his the school House which will partake of mar it l air a . The Mot her of m re act erred died a Satu i. A a a i. Irne of tier daughter in i a . De ref t is was past it a Hanii was Knap Fri to every a a a Vicini sit it it had b. In h. R to Quot. I 1 it it r Piirto of her life. I e a a. Was it id mor d a r a 1 a or. Of he unit. D f t thir r to Beir g in Chart Quot i a a a. E. I Uriah was a Iii Deperio 1 Vert cd. 1 a was t a Quot widow of Amati a ii t -. Who i d a Turrif or of yers at 1 be. H l it n survive her a we. J. 1 Sot i i Frnk e to a Oahu i and Lurlla of be de cd. Parents. Rev. And . W. E. Mckinzie. Or. Ai d . Lewis Niccum returned Home the 1-Itler part of the wet k from a visit with relatives in Mier ind. Or. And Robert Butler of Willie , were guests of i by i Millie an acid wife. Miss Violet so Ciao has returned to her h me in Daryville Iii., after a visit with Attica friends. Gardner Martin of Polis spent the a to Kei a with his parents h c Martin and wife the Kii g s heralds will meet with their Irasid in Julia Martin monday Jari. 11th, after school. Mrs e. E i it or is Cor Val Sci after in j wet is sex ius Illi Ess with Ery Tipe us Hirl s he id of Lafyette was a Guy it Friday of his sit Ier c Harle,-pe.rl . Harry sch Anzen Gerlai to the f to elites it one Sivay afternoon. In or m a Lafaytt to visit r sur in the nature of sewing circles. The idea is to undertake to see that the school the poorer Homes of the City Are comfortably Clad. There an Good second hand clothing available and the club proposes instead of bestowing this to work in connection with the schools to pick it it the individual cases and see that they Are supplied with warm clothing in Good repair and suited to the individual needs. P or this pure. Be it will be necessary to make Over Many garments or even to use the material in making wholly new articles. And this the Molt is expect to do the next me links of the club will be held a 15 hand All members should be present the meeting will be it id in the his school room and it n invitation is extent de l to nil to attend and As -i8t, whether members of the Organiza to Ion or not. Or and Lyal Osborn returned to thir Home in Detroit yesterday after two wet is visit with relatives . Osborn w a formerly miss Louisi 1. Brown of this news the m. L. Claypool music Colas rented the residence on fifth Street next North from Carlson s Blacksmith shop and will fit it up for a music store. The lease on the Zeigler room which has been occupied for the past year expires feb. Is and it is the intention of the company to reduce its Stock and move to the new location at that time. John Carlson will remain in charge As manager. Miss Elizabeth Oakley was taken to St. Eliz Ibeth Hospital in Lafayette thursday and on saturday will submit to an operation for appendicitis. Mis. Oakley has been teaching at steam Corner and miss Gladys Greenman of Danville 111., will have charge of her school until she in Able to resume her work. While Riding the bumpers on the big four near Fowler James Riley. In unemployed electrician claiming Iowa As his Home fell Between the cars Early Friday morning and came near Bettr a killed. His Scalp was nearly torn Olf and his head badly Hurt. He was taken to the Benton county poor farm Quot to be cared for until he recovers. Miss Pearl Duvall a sister of Ben Duvall of this City is lying at the Point of death at her Home in Lafayette. She has been in poor health for a Lon i time but recently was stricken with paralysis and her passing is expected at any time. She spent some time at the Home of her brother in this City last year and made a number of friends. The present Day club meets with . Effie Byers at Jackson and Mcdonald streets monday afternoon. This is a recent addition to the women s clubs of the City and has been organized with the intention of taking up the study of Indiana history. There Are twelve members. Mrs. James Whitehead is president and miss Cordelia Haller Secretary. The infant daughter of or. And . Leroy Grube of Indianapolis died h i Day and was brought to this City saturday and interment was made in the Riverside cemetery. Mrs. Grube is a granddaughter of or. And . Henry Tayler who live South of the City. George Curtis of East s Louis was in Attica on business wednesday and visited Hii it Mother. T. Courtis and , . Jesse Miller. He came up to attend the Bridge letting at Covington thursday. Mrs. Guy Martin and daughter. Mary Margaret left saturday for their Home in Wheeling w. A. Having spent the holidays with Sam Robison Ami wife l. G. Martin and wife and other relatives. Or. And Joseph Mccord of near Pine Village were in Attica tuesday Enro Ute to Lilbourn Tofor a visit with their sons j. E and r. A. Mccord and daughter. Miss Ella Mccord. Or. And . L. A. Boiling moved thursday from the Clark property on main Street to the Hughes House on Perry Street vacated by or. And . 1. S. Judy. The Junior class of the Williamsport High school put on an Amateur play at the Hall in Rainsville Friday night and were greeted with a Good crowd. Miss Gene Jones of Brazil who has been working in the millinery department at the Mcdermond store returned to her Home monday evening j. Frank Mcdermond continues to improve in the sanitarium at Mooresville and expects to remain for a couple of weeks Lonj or. Mrs. Marie Miller who has been a guest of her Cousin. Miss Eliza Auter returned monday to her Home in Kirk i Patrick ind. A . Bun Watkins and daughter Edith returned from Lafayette saturday j where they had visited Bert Jennings and wife. I miss Mary Hagely returned to free a land Park saturday to a Esufe her school work after a visit with it r sister John d Pearson. Mir ses Anna Sabel inne and Ether Lyons spent new year s Day with their aunt Martin Muns m and family at Riverside. I or. And . Will Buckley and to children spent the week end i h his sister . J. A Hirst it urn i i o Ivet Iii. Miss Madge Taylor returned Home monday from Danville. Ill White she had Lieen a Kuest of miss Alma King. I . Joe Conner and d Iii her h Len. Were guests this week it a e Ijah Stewart in Hoo Eston Iii a game with Covington is scheduled by the a �1. S b islet 0 lil team for tonight it the his school gym Harles Simmons and daughter i left Friday for a visit with relative. In Peru and Denver ind miss Tura Eads. Of hennesokla., i a guest of her Cousin . Jirvis 1 and . Fry s farm Home burned at a loss of five thousand flames broke out on roof and chained Cood headway before being discovered by the neighbors. A Large farm Home of George Fry two and a half Miles South of Rainsville. Was destroyed by fire monday Forenoon. The fire is supposed to have originated in a defective flue As it was burning fiercely in the roof near a Chimney when discovered. Minor Crone. Of this City mail Carrier on route 5, saw the fire Long before he reach the place. About the same time it was seen by neighbors who telephoned to the Fry h me and told them that their House was on fire. All the family was inside the House at the time wholly unaware that anything was the matter. The flames had secured such a Start that it was utterly impossible to do anything toward saving the House and Only a part of the thins were rescued from the lower floor. Neighbors hurried to the scene but the fire spread so rapidly that the whole Structure was soon a huge mass of roaring flames. The House was a Large two Story Structure of modern Type and was erected Only a few years ago. The loss is estimated in the neighbourhood of s5, and there was but $2,50 i insurance�?$500 of this being on the contents and the remainder on the Independence woman dead. Death claimed a Well known resident of Independence Early monday morning when . Nancy sever a widow of the late David sever passed to her last rest. Her last Days were spent at the Home of her daughter. Mrs. Andrew i Swaim and she had been in failing health for several months. She Lack but a month of being 77 years of age and was one of the old residents of that Community. She was a sister to e h. Murlatt. Of this City Jay Marlatt. Of Williamsport. Mrs Sam Cole of this lace a sister. She has but two children Swaim at whose Home she died and John sever of Lan try n. D. She was born feb 4, Isis. Mrs sever was highly respected by a wide Acon Otance and the respect in which she was held was shown by the attendance at her funeral which was held at 11 60 o clock wednesday with burial following in the Independence cemetery. Rev. A w. Jackman. Of this City conducted the a Large party. Vav. Zigler her daughter Martha and . D. Robison entertained a number of friends saturday afternoon at a euchre party at the Robison Home in Perry Street. About eighty five were present. Six handed euchre was played and the prizes Sterling Silver spoons were awarded to . W. B. Schermerhorn . O. C de seems . John Weber . Lur Ance Miller and . Max Schwartz. The Booby prizes were Given to . R. B Kramer . Charles Meharry . So. Messner . H c. Martin . Ora Milligan and Dan Haller. Among the out of town guests were . Will Hildebrand of Monta Vista colo., miss Anna Hebblethwaite. Of Evanston miss Alice Wooley of Glen Coe miss May Hayes of Dwight miss Josephine Jones of Danville 111., miss Esther Detchon of Crawfordsville . Reed Brady of Escanaba mich., and the misses Reid of seeks divorce. Harley Stucker son of John Stucker the wealthy Shawnee township Farmer has filed a suit for divorce from his wife Myrtle Stucker. The comic Saint sets out the fact that the Plain of was married to the defendant in t. X is in july 190s and separated sept. 9. .911. This separation was Blu Krhut Abner the plaintiff avers because the defendant absolutely refused to return to ii Diana with hit that his business failed in Texas and that he found it necessary to move Back to Indiana where he could get work on his her s farm a d make a living. He did return t a the parental roof but the wife Rem it ined in la Lone Star Sta e with their two Chil Iiren where she con Ines to reside the t or it Stucker is Harley s third wife he havin been m a tried twice but fore he is 21 ears of age. His Sec ind wife secured a divorce from Hun a few Vears Aye on a ver sen i Ai ional co incl lint which at rated my. H attention at i he time or. And list Carer Are ii Rcd and Happy try u ends is a a h i St Day of he Ody a i that Day a Tine b 4 y h in was a in to or and a6e m Harry. Of stun be Moi ird the flirt occurred a the Home hopi no in Lafayette and he Little Fello v hns been named Lee cart a or d Meharry hav. married nerdy fifteen years h d this a their first visit from the Stork local news. The flying Squadron the great anti Saloon movement headed by j. P rank Hanly held a three Day Campaign in Danvie 111this week and have crystallized the rapidly growing sentiment there against the saloons so that the commercial news recognized As favourable to the liquor interests declared editorially yesterday that the liquor question will be the Paramount Issue in the approaching City election. It has already entered into the Illinois legislature and caused a new line up in which political lines have been cast to winds. Verily the Days of John Barleycorn Are numbered. While on his Way to Danville wednesday Charley Rhode saw an unusual Autch Mobile wreck near the state line West of Covington. A family from Gessie. Ind., were Enro Ute to Danville in a Ford when their car struck an unusual Slick place in the Road skidded off the embankment and turned Over alighting in the ditch on is top. In the party was a Man and his wife and Little son but neither received a scratch altho the top was wreck and the Windshield smashed. The woman s glasses were not even Knock off and the engine continued to run until the gasoline was shut off. D. R. Thornton took his daughter Eva to Indianapolis wednesday and arranged for her to begin the study i of vocal music at the Indianapolis conservatory of music. Miss Eva has a voice of unusual Beauty and Quality and her friends look Forward to a successful musical career for her. The conservatory is located Only a Short distance from Shortridge High school and she will continue her regular school work there at the same time. She is a Sophomore in the local hike school and her voice will be greatly missed in the his school chorus. In a letter received this week by . Will Colvert from . Jac h fms former Attica who Are now located in Omak washers. Fink seeds greeting to her old friends in this City. They Are very nicely located in Omak. Which is a growing new town in the heart of the Apple country and Are erecting a Nice modern residence which they expect to move into Early next i Morith. The weather there around Christ nits co gtd Alico there was but Little Snow. In a letter to Robt Milligan r. C. Smalley writing from St. Petersburg Fia pays the Lederer press a warm j c Meliment. The Smalley have been readers of the Ledger and the Ledger press for three generations and r c. I declares they would not attempt to Ket p House without it. The Smalley family was among the prominent Resi i dents in Attica in the Days when it was but a Strag Kylii g Village and their inter est in it has endured to this Day. I m. O Gant who last week purchased i the Newlin grocery his rented i Frank Merrick s House on Columbia i Street and expects to move to this City at once. He sold his general store at Stone Bluff to Ben Clawson and spent the first part of this week invoicing and completing the Transfer. He and . Gant were in Attica tuesday and they Are looking Forward wih interest to taking up their residence Here. Frank h. Erickson has brought suit in the circuit court at Lafayette for a divorce from his wife Emma m Erick son. He alleged that she deserted him and was later found guilty of bigamy in a court at . Mrs. Erickson married l j f Arrell without first having obtained a divorce from Erickson but was released under suspended sentence by judge Berry. Misses elea air Orr Martha z Igler Raynore Harris and Etther Detchon of Crawfordsville. Or. And . Charles Mccabe of Willim port or. Waddell of Rossville m Judy Milton Harman and Flo gtd Toston t Icik supper at mud Lavia vied in Sty evening and attended the dance there miss e Hel Bradshaw of this City who past a successful civil service examination last a i and Early this de cell or was to Quot red an Apponi fitment As a is Tant mar it a in a Trover ment 8-Hool on and Fox i dim Reser Viii a at Straud okla Honda declined the i it a. Miss bad Haw in Fri Empl Yee in i he l Der p. Is i it p. Anfir Nave returned wednesday to St. J in s military Schnol at leu Tild Wise. To resume his studies Atter up a digit the holidays with his parents a n it and wife t Vril Ive who is a fluent in i c Mio University at m Diann Rei Sand by. Mrs Fra k Torres Dauther of the late e. H next kit r. Of Covington has been Cri in .1 y ill i h dipl i i at her Honi Quot in Elpaso Tex is for eve Al Days her life Hung in the balance hut she it n w thought to be safely past the Cri is Viniss Marie glum Irig has returned to Dech or i Dafter a visit with her father John glutting and family contract for River Bridge at Covington let for $28,250 \ Vincennes firm captures the Job and will erect entire new Structure Inch using three Stone piers the contract for the new Bridge Over the Wabash River at Covington was awarded yesterday afternoon to the Vincennes Bridge co. Of \ i Cennes. The Price was for the Complete new Bridge including two new piers and one abutment this being considered a very Low Price. There were seven bids among them being the East. St. Louis Bridge co., formerly the Attica Bridge co which presented a bid a Little Over $ . The Bridge is All Stiel of a Type similar to the one at the Mouth of Shawnee Creek except that it is a Little heavier. It will have three spans and the Roadway is feet wide. The county Council appropriated s 5,- Umi for the Bridge but the Bond Issue will be for Only �30. Quot in. The appropriation was agreed upon without trouble but the Council walked on the proposition to maintain a free ferry until the Bridge was completed. An appropriation was made to run it until feb. 1, when further action will be their friends. Miss put Ertha counts and Clinton Mccullough. Well known Young people who reside a few Miles East and South of this City slip away from their friends wednesday of last week and went to Danville Iii., where they were married by Rev. M. N. English pastor of the first methodist Church. Or. And . Claude Mccauley of Shawnee Mound accompanied them and assisted in launching their matrimonial Craft. The Bride is the daughter of w. R. Courts and wife and is a popular Young woman with a Large Circle of friends in the Community East of this ciry. The Groon is a on of j. N. Mcculoh and wife who Iive on Viil schermerhorn it s farm in n Ruthern Richland and is an industrious and capable Young Farmer with a Good record. He and his Bride will establish their Home on the a schermerhorn farm . I. W. Hutchins Dies. I . J. W. Hutchins aged 71 years died at her Home in \ Eldersburg saturday following ten years of poor health. One had been confined to her i bed for two years she was a native of Kentucky. She leaves a husband and four children a Daniel. Lulu Sadie and re Bert. The funeral services were held monday morning at ten i o clock at the residence. Rev. J. P. Henson officiating. Burial was made in Rockfield cemetery. I Hutchins was the Mother of . Gilbert Crumley who was murdered at her Home in Attica october 4. 1912 _ i Attica Grain Market. 1 wheat reach the highest Mark in i the local Market this week that it has i Toucht since the Leiter Corner a number of years ago. Attica Grain men have been paying?1.25 a Bushel for it i for several Days and this has brought some in that was being held by the i Farmers. Attica elevators Are no taking pounds of Corn for a Bushel while in neighbouring places 70 pounds is required. The Price is 6jc. Oats remain firm at is and Rye is Staple at $1.0 1. I George Shultz who moved from a farm near Riverside to a Small place near Bloomington in order to be close to his sons Carl and while they were in Indiana University recently Trade d his place to John Bryant the Pii e v Blacksmith who sold his shop and intends moving to Blooming ton in the or. Shultz secured or. Bryant s residence in the Village and some vacant lots there. Or Shultz went to see them tuesday and if he is unable to sell them by March 1st will prot ably move to the \ Miliage. He Wou lil prefer to Elt it Nie Back to Fountain i aunty at to will it he ran dist Iose of the property he has Aci Jaired. His sons Are both doing Well. Carl has a position As chemist for a m my factoring company in a Hio and Archie is studying Medicine in the Indiana medical College at Indianapolis postmaster Mccoughtry stands to lose a Hundred ii dollars i r More a year on i i salary if the new Lun proposed by i master t neral Burlison goes thru since the Telephone has already been taken out As a measure of Economy Hgt hardly knows where to make any fun her adjustments so naturally he in t enthusiastic Over the proposition. Nevertheless he s a Good Democrat and if the reduction comes from a democratic Congress hell accept it without kicking the salary of the Attica office 18 now $2,400 a year

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