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Attica Ledger Press (Newspaper) - January 15, 1915, Attica, Indiana Ross Brothers publisher Attica Indiana. Friday. January 15, 1915. Establish a 1851�?l.-p. Vol. 3, so. 16local option election next fight against saloons to be renewed in three in preparation at the Hub and county seat will be filed for february session and elections will be held in March Attica Drys will follow suit a month later. Hardly does the smoke of one election get settled and the expenses of it paid until another appears on the horizon. This time it is local option elec Lions. Under the Proctor Law Saloon elections cannot be held oftener than every two years and this term will Boon have past for the saloons in foun Tain county. The lust election in veed ers burp and Covington was held March 3, 1913 and at that time the former spent wet and the latter dry jut re Tersini their condition for the preceding two years. The result was close at both places and it is already assured that both will have another try at the question in March. A petition is being circulated by the wets in the county seat and the Drys Are preparing to circulate one in the Hub. In the latter City the present condition Are said to greatly favor the ousting of the saloons while in Covington the business men and citizens generally Rit e of w 11 pleased with the two years without saloons that the dry forces anticipate an easy Victory. The i i be ii cd for i action at the i stir Sriry session of the . In Atti Quot the list election was held Marcel a an i a v ther cannot be held before in Larcil 2 the this year. Al Tho no petitions hive been started t already been determined that an i election who be held at As Early a Date As possible. The Niaj Sriry Here for the Baloon the Luc a Tinie was b-1 but con ii tons now Are far different and the growth in anti Saloon senti Jent is so great that leaders among the Drys believe these figures can be reversed this Prii burned to death. I i an Over fulgence i the flowing bowl Caine rear Cau ing another death in Attica Friday morning when Adam Hotfelter. An pm of the National car Coupler Coin Pany a Quot id Nutly set fir to clothing and was frightfully burned before he was and the flames . The Accident d at the Rooming House Over the Pearlman junk Yard where the Man been making Home. He hid been a raking heavily thursday night and renew d attack a upon the of a be Early Friday morning. Between c not Quot o clock the Landlady heard a count Nuton in room and called Eleck Parlman and others from the junk Yard Belf w. They broke into the room and of it Willt d with smoke i and afire in several places. A few buckets of water a Kencht the . But it was not Uhitil the windows had been c it Sci the room partially i cleared of smoke Liat Chi injured Man i was found Yir g or tie lion or Wilh clothing a Artia by Bun tip of and still afire. Water was . On him to put out the tire a l l r. Finney was summoned a to in Jorisen. The eur id of i , Arm Lia a neck and fact w. Re lazily but the Burns w re d m a Hkin by ing so i i Marci a 1v that it re i birthed the a incr of the head on what or. Ii in y Ciao a riia r it Jurist As at ail Vikt Loc,., a a cat ii rut oing t j the ii it h 1 a a a Whir. Hgt was l cat d Ali r in Oor a for a r. A Jun he a taken to Lafa Ella May r o., and Placer re the a Fortura of mud Quot h Home Here for a no Rei Atit i a. l y the Parenti of or. L Ori i Nur she assumed the i pity of Cariner for Hirn. I Kunc a How the Aci. Rit of Cruz Ria will never diet it to i it Nas Adaobi s it membrane is idiot Ltd in. According to a at a err t t s lie Farrin the. Lamp across the Roop Vii. I it but those we i were it ii the Cerie Early believe that he Kropt Tjit a Irti i. Henry tall a to Otterbein. Tuesday for i i it a i h brother inlaw William Irr v. To Iii suffering from a stroke of Par Iysis which he received a few Days before. In return he will visit another brother in Law Martin Munson who lives near of mrs. Beers. After suffering for some time with a complication of diseases mrs. Martha Beers died sunday morning at s 45 at her Home on Washington Street. Since october she had been confined to her Home most of the time having been away Only once. Mrs. Beers Maiden name was Martha Abbott. She was a daughter of Isaac and Betsy Abbott and was born in Dearborn county this state aug. 9, 1832. On july 9, 1852 she was married to or. Charles Humphrey of Starke county and two children were born to them mrs. Mary wheat with whom she made her Home and a daughter who died in infancy. Or. Humphrey died in 185g and the following year Eho was married to Rev. M. E. Jones at Knox ind to this Union six children were born William m. Jones of Ash ton s d. Miss Lovena Jonee of Danville 111. Ida m. Jones who died at the age of four years Hiram Jones of Stone Bluit Isaac a. Jones of this City and John t. Jones of Hutchison kans. Six years ago mrs. Beers with her daughter mrs. Wheat came to this City to make their Home and have resided Here since. She was a Good Mother a True Christian woman and j will be greatly missed by All that knew her. When a Young woman she United i with the methodist Church and always remained a faithful member. For it seven years she was superintendent j and Steward of the Forest Chapel j Church a hich was then located three Miles Southwest of Rob r a and was always present with the of a few sundays. After cunning t this City she became a member of the methodist foreign Mission j Ary society and the i Ible class. Last summer she was made a life member i of the society. During All her sufferings she was patient and never murmured and the last few Days when her Suff it ring i. Were almost unbearable so still wore the same smile that she had ail during life. Her son Mark Jones of Ashton. S a Quot re ill october by Mother s ill less and had been at her bedside since thai Tine helping care for her besi cies the Chilo Ren she is survived by one sister and three Brothers mrs. Lizzie c. H in com of St. Cloud. Firm. William to Roe Abbott of Ashland. Ore. John a. Abbott a lawyer in los Angeles Calif. And Mark Abbott j i veg in Minnesota. I tie funeral St vices were j tvs May morning at ten o clock from the first i methodist Church Ives. W. F Mck Zie having charge. A feature of the was the singing of a number of mrs. Leers favorite Yinn 1 a h quartet con Ose i of mrs t. Eed z Igler mrs i. Creep mrs. Let Hildebrand and c. Lewis Ireen. As the c it in was being taken from if Church or. Crew n sang.x. Are my cod to thee Quot the pallbearers were w. N. Fost. A a. I. Creen S. Orr George Stafford e e a and . A Harry. The burial was at Beulah cemetery j and the funeral cortege was made up entirely of automobiles. The c off a a Auto Hearse was used and other cars conveyed the pallbearers relatives and friends. I the following rela Ives were present from outside the City Charles Lara j More of Knox. Ind c. L. Wheat and family of Decatur Iii Mark Jones. Of Ashton. S. I Himan Jones and family and cd Mclarnand granddaughter of store Piu Anil or. And mrs i James Quot Lawson of Shawnee organize Church at Winthrop. Rev Hirran n. Vanvorhis of 8t in of the or Church at Oxford who been to inducting a Unis Ion at w i Throp announces a of evangelistic Ting g vol May night ,.tinui g wove. Eks Onger. A a of that f Lof of that coh Muiry Refe Tiv tie Oid Chii i building and Lii -. fire. In held to Rynn in Quot a Coli Gregario. The old Church rep find a d it i i expected to h Ai Quot. Tul i event it renovated to be u i d i quoth i. Few Days i he in a in r a i Oum a Rte in ing us a. Al Cov. .-.g the two weeks d a e i cot i in we Corne to All Servi removed in operation. L r. .1, a Quot ii a Osif of will Whit s Elt Lialis to Day. 1 Ai Illy a i Hor a under a tre when an Over aging limb i Rusht at a a Small Twig struck him in the a i. 1> p nitrated the Cirr Quot a but he did a it a Aliz Quot the scrip use a of the in airy Uhitil several Days after Waid when severe level opt. It Coti tinted to grow until there was Dai Ger of a in diff action of the other by and the operation was deemed advise Lyle. The sight of the injured eve had been destroyed in the original injury. Or. A. C. Holley assisted in the news. J. Wesley Whicker was in Indianapolis saturday and sunday looking after Legal business and interests of the Lime Industry on Shawnee Creek. Monday he returned to Lafayette and spent the Day at the Purdue Short course advertising the Lime there. The scientists at Purdue Are showing or. Whicker and associates in the Lime business every Courtesy and aiding them in getting their product before the Farmers of this part of the state for they realize better than anybody else the great Benefit it will be to the soil of this Section. The current Issue of the free methodist reports that Rev. J. B. Lutz District elder is ill at Home in it. Carmel 111., and the prayers of the Church Are ask in behalf. He contracted a heavy cold that settled on lungs and As a result illness bordered on pneumonia fever. Rev. S. , who reports the Case adds that letters of cheer from the Brethren would be greatly appreciated. Information received by mrs m. A. Mater of this City who is or. Lutz s Mother is to the effect that he is now convalescing. The body of mrs. Viola Battrell a former resident of Newtown was brought Back to that place from Indianapolis Friday and buried at Newtown after appropriate memorial , conducted by Rev. Stanfield in the Baptist Church. Mrs. Battrell died at the. Home of her daughter mrs. Chas. Drake in Indianapolis who is the last of the eight children reared by mrs. Battrell and her husband Michael Battrell. The latter died about six j ears ago. Sunday is educational Day in the Christian Church and elder Jackman will take for topic Quot Christian the building at Bloomington used to further Church work among the students of the state University was burned Christmas and a special offering is to be taken in All of the churches to Aid in replacing it. Sunday evening the elder will conduct an evangelistic and at 2 30 in the afternoon will preach at Independence members of the Eastern Star Are looking Forward to a Good time monday night when they expect to initiate seven new members. The grand worthy Matron is to be present and in her Honor a b Niquet is to be spread in the bar get Hall. The candidates for initiation Are or. And mrs. Thornt Workinger or. Acid mrs. S. 1 Meis Ner or. And mrs. Jas. A. Ceiling Ai d Moe Hirsch. Mrs Fanny Schultz and mrs. E e. Browning Etc Eivid a Telegram the is Day Morring of the death of their is Terni Law mrs. Lourinda Dazey in Wellington i. Mrs. Dazey was the widow of Jacob Dazey and was past t i Vears of age. The funeral will be held sunday. On account of sickness mrs. Schultz and mrs. Browning will be u Able to attend the funeral. The pastor. Rev. W. H. Haynes rep its that both attendance and interest in the revival in Progress at the free Metho ii to Church Are increasing. Services each evening sex refit saturday at 7 in. I r aching both morning and evening sunday. A general invitation to All is extended by the pastor and Conr relation. Cornu r congressman Duncan Mckinley of Alifornia who made the Only Republican speech made in Attica during the late in Leann Ness died in cent at borne. Let a ill last fall and c Une to Attica Furtun Moores Ville where he had been taking treat Merf a sanitarium. Wioliam Rii i a returned tues May to Hgt Ane Iii Marion after a visit with Pire its. Lohn Oizer wife in Titis City. He was called to Pine Village i riday by thed thou Sib ter in Law mr.-. Wei Iran Kelley. Mr.-. A Quot. W. Or German of Danville. Iii., spent Weir a say with Attica Fri Ais and Alt a did the meeting it of the Priscilla club of Whu h she a Merber at the hone of Quot mrs. I i Gene Sci raid Vav ill err Imons r turned Friday from Chis him minn., when he a Een i i Iii daughter mrs. James height since May. Or Etna nor s makes Home with son Lew in Thi City. The annual meeting of Stockho Ders of the National car Coupler co., was held Iii Tii Cago wednesday and All the of Lii ers were reelected for another year. J. W. Harrison s. E. Doster and attorney c r. Milford were in from this i Ity. La pm Ovid Stalford Cek Bratch 21st Iii Tai May yesterday and entertained a number of gentlemen friends in the veiling at the Home of a parents a or. And mrs. George Stafford. The Hoosier club was entertained wednesday afternoon at the Home of mrs. J. M. show on next week sixth annual exhibit to be held in City Hall january 18-22.prospects Are Good for one of the Best shows yet held eleven handsome Silver cups Are offered As special lectures will be a practical feature. I local Chicken fanciers and promoters j of the Fountain and Warren poultry j show Are enthusiastic Over the Prospect for the sixth annual exhibition of the j association which is to be held in the City Hall next week. The interest i shown by poultry breeders in neighbor i ing cities and in the surrounding coun try indicates that there will be a Large number of entries and that the Quality j of the exhibits will be some of the Fine i est Ever seen in this City. The City i Hall which was it Curtly repainted in i Side is now in better condition than for years and will thus make a better set i Ting for the show than it yet had. The show lasts from monday until Friday. The first Day will be largely i Given Over to the placing of exhibits i and there will be Little for the visitor to see until tuesday. Will Clouse is to be superintendent again this year and he will be assisted by Axtel Westring. The other officers of the association Quot. Are e. S. Hobart president w. F. Clark vice president cans. T. Jacob son Secretary and the directors Are Norma Bartlett Clarence Johnson John Lynch s s. Strader Earl Hamil Axtel Westring and l5. F. R to in addition to the regular Cash premiums of $1 no for first and out for second on All varieties of land and water recognized by tue american Standard of perfection a number of very attractive special prizes Are offered. Eleven Silver f Quot of Hiest the handsomest the association Ever a put up Are to be a varied. Chief of i these is the Large $3i Loving cd first a offered last year and won by i Alloway i Sisters of Shawn e township for the Best cockerel in Fountain and Warren counties. Under the rules the cup is i to by awarded annually u Itil won three times by one exhibitor the ten oth r cups Are valued at each and Are l Ifred for the Best Bird i in the , Asiatic English and j Medit Teranen classes the largest number of entries two it r Best barred Rock pens one for the Best display of i water fowl and another for the Best a showing of turkeys. These cups Are on display in the window at Schwartz s store. A new feature this seas n is Large sweepstakes ribbons one each for the Best cock cockerel Hen and Pullet in the show. Fifteen of the j it Cal breeders also Olfer special premiums of egg settings. The judge this year is d. D. Whit taker who is widely known thru out this Section of the country As a High a class judge. The score method will be used. Two features in connection with the i in i show Prim Iise to be of great practical value. These Are the lecture and demonstration by a it or Enta Tives of the Purdue poultry Dejia Rupent. The lecture will be illustrated with lantern slides and will show go d and b of Iriel ods of poultry culture an give Tiar of the secrets of poultry Rai ing. The proper a. To kill Atal Iress a for l a ill hot Aiti a Racli \ Ai in i to Gilt the Hou Eagle son exit a vice or. Defiling Honing Ai tru ii a i owls for the task John Kell Dies at Veedersburg. John Keil Fah it r of v ins. Keil of City died monday afternoon at be edits org Afler a to la Liness with cancer i he Lum r >1 v. A held Wei Ines Day after no it Iii. Or. Vidi was a native of Pei Isy Ivari i but pm. To this Al an Tarl age to a orig in Shawnee township. A it ung Man he went to Veedersburg had lived there Ever since. I. Was married three limes. Chas Kell being child. He was twin married after that and lec ame the father of six Chi Karen All of when Are living but one. Or. I Kell Eor of age. Duane was awarded the toy automobile Given away by the metropolitan tuesday night. He had 4s,-0 1 1 votes while nearest competitor Mary Hirsch had blit2. 155. G. H. Dinsmore of Chrisman 111., visited this week with the Webb family in Warren work on new Bridge. The Vincennes fridge co. Which was Las Quot week awarded the contractor the erection of the new Bridge Over the Wabash River at Covington begun on the contract expect to push the Job As rapidly As possible while other work is s ack. It is specified in the contract that the structures to be ready for traffic by october j 1st, and if it is completed the con tractor pay All costs of maintain j ing the ferry after that Date. The new Bridge will differ from All j other Bridges along this part of the River in that the three spans will be Archt like the Bridge across Ravine Parkin this City instead of straight j Ai Are the others. Each of the spans is to be 15 feet in length. This is the plan submitted by the Central states a ride co., whose bid was next to the j lowest a Britt d. This plan provides 1 a Bridge slightly h Avier than contemplated by the plans prepared by the former county Engineer j j a Short who Drew the county s plans for the i new Structure. I the old piers and what remained of i the Bride Are to be i Zed As a part of j the contract the contractors to have the Salvage except the Short St eel spin which had Reid Loncto the Quot draw Quot in the old wooden Bridge. This will be utilized for a Bridge Over a Small Stream somewhere in the county and was reserved for that Fiu pos a. The Stone in the piers can be utilize in again Tut will All have to be torn out and rebuilt on a More solid foundation. The abutment at the West end. Which i was practically Rebii after the Lwood of l j12 will not be torn out. The heavy timbers of the Span that still remains standing ill be utilized by the Bridge company for scaffolding. The Bridge will Cost the county imly about .>2ii.i As the old Bridge was insured and the county collected about i i i from this source after the fire which destroyed the Bridge one of the Bidi lers proposed to Ert it a Bridge of reinforced Concrete for fillip and this was favored by sort. However the commission is conclude re that the Dit Fererico was too great and accepted the steel plan. The plans for the Concrete Bridge Cen a template five Arches each 111 feet will filed. The will of Henry h Slusser the Mellott Man who was four id dead in l cd dec 2hh, was probated Jan. He at i Covini Iton and disposes of an estate 1 valued at Over a Nimi. The will was a tiled l y attorney of Quot. Livengood who wet named in the As its executor and who Ualifi. D by filing Bond in the sum i t i o j. The estate consists of l ,.&Quot acres of Good Lami lying West of Mellott. A House and lot in that town and about .�?�?.net in notes and Cash. He a but two children a son and a daughter and the i farm land was divided Between them i to hold for life after which the title to i All of it will piss to or. Slusser s Only grandchild Elton Slusser who is now 2o years of age. Iti the division of land the acres where the daughter mrs. H. E. Car Penter lives goes to her. This a the Home place and Hail been owned by or. Slusser for years. The son Clarence Slusser gets the Quot a acre tract near where he lives. The difference in acres is a a a lived by the fact that the fee to both the i and so acres passes to the son s son. It will he recalled that the old gentle in in had in clothes at that tiny he was found dead nearly $ 5, i it in in notes mortgages and currency this is to be he fun Tal f of lenses e tax costs of adm Nistra Ion and a Del of it let on an unpaid Balac Quot a to cure tract of 1 i Pur Chist not Long Siru Ethi will leave a few Hundred 1 i a of tiie s Ooi a my it is of ii shared to Lally Liewen the i m it i i Daub a Loe Quot. It is Al of provided the to to Quot a Jei i it of i la Alai the hoist a i lot in Meliar to la of i mid the proceeds Divide Seq ill. There were no Beni a to other rel.iiive.-, to Public ins ii ii or t a . I the Odell and lid i bask to Ball 11 ams contested for Hen is in Itie Hail at Odrlin i High. On sturday i ight Mulberry team will Ilay ii at Iho same i ice. A Lively level opt in the sport at od.>11 the games Are very spirited. The Mellott Basket Bau team met de i feat Friday tight when they tackled the Wayne oven bos in their Home floor the score being to to the Mel Lott live were clearly it last having j had but Little practise while Wayne town played several stiff . The Covin Tim and Attica High school teams played a Lively game in the . Gym. Friday night the Home team win Ning by a score of Ati to 2 1. Or. John Pierce of Mason Iii., came wednesday for a visit with sister mrs. J. H of old resident. Mrs r Becca Towne for Many years a resident of Attica died thursday of last week at the Illinois Hospital for the insane at Kankakee. The body was taken to Danville and Short . Held there Friday by i v. S. H. Lewis a lifelong Friend after which it was brought to Attica. The funeral party was met at the Wabash station with carriages and taken to Bethel eem Terv five Miles Southeast of the City and the Bady buried beside the grave of her venerable husband Lewis Towne. About a year ago mrs. Towne was taken to Danville by her relatives and placed in a co Jage at 4oi� West Madison Street adjoining the Home of a relative. There last june she suddenly insane and during spells was considered dangerous. At other times her mind was Clear and she could re count Intelli Genil it events of her Early life in an interesting fashion. She could not acc int for her actions Dur ing the attacks and to prevent possible injury to her or her re natives she was removed to Kii Kake. Mrs. Towne is survive d by a son Wlter Towne of Danville Iii and a d lighter mrs j w. Stakely of Lafayette. Mrs. Towne was b in in , ind., seventy six years ago As Rbecca Holnes and at the age of Tiv removed to Attica where she resided for seventy years. She was United i i marriage in this City ii pril. A i to wis to one and the y live i together her Quot until gets 1915 Corn show. At the recent county Corn show it was decided to hold the la Quot it show in the town or i y that first ask for it and pm Bilge Sleno to it i to toward the expense of the meeting. Coving ton was the first to tile an App i cation and under the terms of the Oifer in meeting next censer will be held there. For reason no explained so far As the Ledger be a kno As Farmers and the but is Arul it irs of the Northern Pari of the county have heretofore Miketi but Lillie interest i the a meetings and of tests Ai d have hardly been represented among j the Conti Sia ,t9. At the present Lime the is no Ade Jii ate auditorium in which to hold a Inge meeting unless the High Schu ii Assembly room would prove larg , and thu it no eff i was made to secure the meeting this year. How t ver the disposition among he or n Oters is to pass it Aroud anal so it should be Tirmiz fit in the con Unity that the coun y Corn show anal meeting of the Fountain a you Ity a Fri cultural Assoc Atiim in. Decemb i mis to be held in attic band now 44 members. The i a i Oloier Bird now the in this ii arc of Indi Ira. Having 14 Plait g members. The second band organized i is May made such rapid Progress that recently the Junior and senior bands were cons ii dated with splendid results this num Ber gives Opportunity for line ins re mentation produces volume. The practices Are regularly and direct., r Weatherford h is the boys Pla ing some Vry High class music and playing it splendidly. It the present rate of Progress be maintained until next summer there is n. Spa Stii n that attic i.ill a band that will eclipse anything of the kind the City Ever had a d thit Wili add prestige to the City thru out the Wabash Valley. Or. Harrison promised new uniforms for the band in the Spring and some Fine co certs Are in pros sect for next Rural mail a. K is of generally recon a d by Quot the twelve farther.-, who Rte. Iveth a ool on . Starr a e h., a a Titis City and Kramer i j by a it i a a thai is a equal Lihi the rur in Del T r a . These Farmers their i ii t Vic. Daily a Evn i Gard Hae tie Tiene tit of rite the i a up to 1 1 p. In. Which is better than the Quot a , districts <-0 Tho City have i l to this the Quot a have one 00 Sun Fay. A a or n t end it Yed by the Patronis of i lha r City or Rural routes. Even the Milt Raintr d Liv. A an adva Tal e Ove the Rural routes in to a the Star Carrier does n. T leave the ethic h re until to. So that when run Are it the a Iva age if rnai s for we ii the Rural carriers canot dates. Andy s. Dodson , Jan. Chas. W. Rhode thursday Jan. 21st. Oscar Anderson thursday , 2.it. Court l. Crady wed., Jan. 27th. Chas. Bantz wednesday. Feb. A. Oliver and r by Talbot. Feb. 11th. Melvin hours Fri Ian feb. 12th. Carlson and Taylor feb. Loth. John Hysong Friday f be. 19th. L. T. Timmons wednesday. Feb. 24th. Asks Sio,000.00 for loss of Eye Oral Brubaker sues the National car Coupler co. For damages. Alleges sight of Eye is lost As the result of Accident suit is in reality against the insurance company that protects the National in my cases of this kind. The a ional car c u i a co. Of this City was Nanies the defer dirt in a suit asking a a Iii Oij personal damages tilt Al a a it i. The circuit court at Colington by attorneys report styling Oral Firuz Iker a former employee of the x Iii Ai Friant. The con plaint was i i i de by Eraser amp him of , 1., a lengthy d in unsent coverings veral Type written Sheet a. It arts form that Brubaker was i Jar a wide at work i the foundry it 22 i 1st. Ard As a result lost the sight in High Eye he charges tha he was i ice.1 in a i Isi Tion of extra Ordinary risk Arai As a result was it truck in the Eye with a piece of wire which pierced tie Gebiil and destroyed the sight thus greatly earning capacity As Well As causing him great suffering inconvenience. He further the u he live i in const int fear of losing this he of the o her Eye and thus becoming totally Aind. A Ith a the suit is against the Compa Yas a matter of fact it Wil i 01 be alte cled by it in i a. To pro act itself accidents 01 this a Nara ter. It carries h heavy liability in Urance and i. Effect this suit is a list the insurance company which will have to stand All Cost of fighting he Case and pay the judgement whatever it May be Tishomingo vice president Here. J about 10 Mem is of the Commer a Al club and other interested citizens ii at the c us room last right in cont Erer be with l. M. Vade in no Vic presided t of the to homing j tie and Slot r a 1 some a sea i fac Ion Opl a he Beca Iise the Pir coeds from s be Fifthe Siles of Stock Here i been Iive Ltd Loc it rom instead of being tie , As had been agreed u Ain with a s Orr to be retained Here for the Purchase of the old Bridge .a.�. I he meting last right or. Wade exp a it thit the Misander Sta Dir a had originated on account of cd inges that were made recently in the of i ers and promised the Morit y would t e returned we Hin a Day or two. Or. Or j. S. Ave and Louis Johnson were Nat u 1 committee to see that the matter was properly tier a in Accord a Cut with the agreement. Or. Wade assured the club that the would within ten Days have Iri hereto close the Eal fur the factory site and this 1-. A i far As the agreement with the goes the company is ready and anxious to Quot it it a p ant Here As soon As it can but he stated a he a if it is done at once it would tie Necess iry to provide the funds by the Sale of Stock. Of i. Revise the building Mut wait unti the protits from the Mehorn p and Are Sut Lucient to a de of til Xie tons 11 a i. Vry in h Over the and Loid of an Wilh the Quot or Quot Ilent Atid other 1 tigers of to a a Mot on re Iway at l Fayette today relative to the to or Rosilio i. In i y a Liu. K of clothing or , Rene Timber of can Huy the Best at r. Diced pric s at j. Frank Mcderm my s. A son is b in to Lay to or a a mrs Earl bup Rick at their Hoo. On South i t Rev Teet. A or. And mrs Eti Ard Marti of near Quot Erb Iii w Ere guest s Over Sura Lay of Henry tax a .i u in e Herr Quot Lark and Florence Isley were n Ani d we mesday evening by elder a Lack i in at de it Crest. Or it nil or. Pavid Hall spent sat Urdaz in William pot the Euest of Henry Waldup and i e a is. Fred Springer an visited this i t k with her Par its. Mraihi mrs. R. F. M Carty. In Frankfort. A or and mrs. James Mathers went to Otterbein wednesday to visit Mother who is seriously sick. Rev. And mrs. I. H. Riley of Newtown were in Attica tuesday on their was to i., for a visit you can buy a Good overcoat Good in every Way. For $7 98 at j. Frank Mcdermond s closing out Sale

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