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Attica Ledger Press (Newspaper) - January 29, 1915, Attica, Indiana Tkv Attica Ledger press Ross Brothers publishers Hub gets 1916 poultry show local poultry association to hold next exhibit in been held in Attica Ever since its origin 6 years ago veeder Stturr men Are c Hosen As officers for in Siuiok Quot far and s it Irit of friendliness and Ooper action is shown after six exhibitions held consecutively in Thi City the next annual of How of the Fountain and Warren poultry association will beheld in . This was decided at the annual business Meetin i of the association held f riday in the Cut mine racial club Ruom. There were present c Only a Dez a of to Sev Enty Eit it men who Hei i tickets this Star but the ripens ent the a Tum it that the show Hui i to to vet Der but for la want unania Majuri. Some of the a inhers had bet i made assert of this before the Mettis k blur it was Communia it Cit it the of Robt is of the h u b to u m a e r c i a i c u i m11 e y a r. In f 111 y t it i j k the matter up Ai d sent a Dele Atin of members Sori e of it re Vic inns of the Quot Hen fever Quot and some of when were not to present an ii citation to the association on behalf of the Quot City and the club i postmaster cd i Litton was the in he was ably seconded by Elmer Clover i. N. Kerr and s. I5ack Irwi \ they assurer ii the in it it a place would be Pri video for the exp ibo and that Sutlick it membership tickets would be sold in and around Veedersburg to defray the expenses. A he association is a rather Loose one Ana As a Matt Trof fact undergoes a Complete reorganization every v a. Both in membership and a Deicers. In vie i of the fact that the i a. Show is to be held in Veedersburg it was teen d beet that All the Otic ers for the coming year should be Cho ser. From Veedersburg and the e Vicinity. When this was agreed to the Veedersburg men nominated men whom they thought would be the Best available to manage the show and the members of the association promptly elected them. The new of ricers Are i. N. A or preside it w. F. Clark of Aylesw Curth vice pcs ident Ivi Haiton Secretary. Forest Reed As stat t Secretary Suvieri in Dent John a. Nel assistant superintendent Frei i Arham Elmer Clover 0. P. Warren and Judi Herrira u Tive . Al Iio Iii and a it in Jack of Stone Butle s. Hobart of Kiili Ransport Chas. T. Jacol son and will Covert of Attica. H. W. Duncan of Kingman and s. Mack Law a of Veedersburg constitute the b a l of directors. The new president. Or fatten is known thru out four Tain county As a local politician anti Joist master of the Hub but on the Side he is a Chicken fancier and has been in the game several years having a Long string of prize ribbons and cups to his credit. It is Safe to say that in his hands the show will be in Safe keeping and that it will come Back to us in 1917 better than Ever. The 1�o1g show closed p riday night at 9 30 and by saturday evening the Hall Wae emptied of Birds. It was agreed by those who can adequately judge that the show is the Best yet held in the High Quality of the Stock exhibited and this is very Gratifying As it indicates the part the How is playing in educating the breeders of the Vicinity to produce better stuff. Nearly All the exhibits originated from within the two counties and judge Whittaker complimented the How on that fact. It made a better showing by far he said than the Ordinary show in a City of this size Quot the class of Birds you have Here he said can go into any show and be among the winners Quot i r of. Chapin who in charge of the i Purdue exhibit. Al of spoke Iri sir Rolar vein. A Iii that her Eli Raj itt Feidt l a Hov that had so Liti Quot of k the exhibits. The Iii of to iat bar i i Ilford was ii Etlor probate at Liliian it put it it this a Eek big i Quot acco fir i v. I Quot 1 the rebut of or it in a Hir Aid the y. It. I i. Are not Public it or. And Wii a Haurno i who live on roof Quot i to out of hot Bein we e in Tanca wed a a Day. The Ledger press will be a regular weekly visitor in their Home both army and Navy. Persuaded by ids Mother. Harry Smith Mckisi Zie years of age re siding n a Veedersburg enter d sergeant Dick Smith s recruiting of i e at Danville 111., saturday and gave himself up an army deserter. With the unfolding of his confession Mckinzie brought to Light probably one of the strangest cases in the history of the army and Navy. Mckinzie enlisted in the Navy at Terre haute. He served two years in the service As a Seaman then deserted. Whilo he was being sought As a Navy deserter he went to fort Slocum new York Ami under the name of John Smith enlisted in the army. He served i one year and five months in company in third Field artillery and was Sta i tio aed at fort Sami Houston Texas j while at fort Sam Houston he told i the officers that he had deserted from the Navy. They did not believe him. He sent to a town one Day on a it Mission. He never returned to the army but went to port Loyal s Cand gave Hinl Elf up to the naval authorities. He was court articled and sentenced to the naval disciplinary Barracks at port Royal. After free years in the Barracks he was released in Gebru try 2i, in l. He disc Iceni orally discharged from the Imp. But the Conidia Der at the Barracks of Mckisi a ter during Unpi oiment that he be accepted for , m u h 0reieas.-d a free n ugh wanted Arian. Lie bad la ired Bri self Svith the Navy under the name of pc Krizic but he was a def Errer in in the army known As Ion. Smith. He re Urt de to his Home and Mother 1 \ Eldersburg a year ago. He con fest first to his Mother. She pleaded wih him to give himself up to the army. While his two name May have save j him from future to Uble he nevertheless decide d to give himself up Mckinzie was taken to Jellerson Horracks wednesday by sergeant Smith of Danville the first of the week he wid face a set Ecial c Urt martial and it is Thot he will be Given a severe sentence regardless of the fact that he gave himself up. I the High school lyceum course. Damron. The Potter with his h cure on Quot the evolution of a piece of Clay Quot a leased All who heard it Friday night in the High school auditorium. His talk was interesting being witty instructive and philosophical by turn sit was the work of hat ids however that was most interesting for As he talk he deftly turned out a half dozen or More pieces of excellent pottery Pete diced in the regulation Way on a pot ter s wheel. After the lecture a Large number of the audience Cro Adeti about his Lay out on the platform Ami a Ltd Hin with ans concert org his w Erk Ai d pottery in Gei eral this lecture constituted the second number of the High school lyceum course. The third number Wili be Given next thursday night feb Ith and will be a concert presenter by three Young ladies who style themselves the Musi a Cal entertainers. The of Ronnel of the musical enter Tii Iners is follows Edith Hockerson violinist and pianist Fay Ingram so Prano Reader and pianist Ethel a arten contralto Reader and pianist. I i in >.ebraska, where miss Hockerson is Best known she is called the Quot child violinist. Quot at the age of fourteen she i gave Complete violin recitals in Lincoln absolutely astonishing All musicians i i there is nothing effeminate or weak j about her playing. Her tone is really j j Superior in breadth and firmness Toj most men players. Miss Hockerson comes from a musical family. Her Eister is a splendid i pianist and her younger brother plays i i the violin remarkably Well. Hermoth i or is a teacher of the piano. I miss Garten is not Only an a com Plint Singer but has a voice of great i sympathy. She has rare gift As a Reader. She has appeared on Redpath Chaut Aucius during one entire season i and scored big successes everywhere. Miss Marten has plenty of ent Husia in great ambition and wonderful Powers in appearance she is Dot cidely strik Fig is natural and Pokh. Cited in her work. Miss bees in Karsas City. Her talents were Lirt Hon in her work with the k i y my local Ai in Drar Ristic dub. This Ciui n made a. Of More it a Hund refi ism Lifty a Quot of. Hin a in Rel and or. To of in a Hehiy Voie h a if r a. . C. A h a. B m i Liro in a dil it 0i a. H i a d h. Part id adv Margar t a a nor. Lii 1 tilt .sr,,&Quot la i l Row i in Quot i h. S a id the i if Rok to Quot Mill. Jum the. Russell Newlin of Quot Ovington visited Over siriday with Attica , Indiana Friday. January 29, 1915 established is51-l.-p. Vol. 3, no. Informer Attica Man suicides John Fowler shoots himself at his Home in once in business at Veedersburg and later in Attica made a Fortune in trading and a Rev despondent when he Felt 1 Liat it was slipping from him. John h. Fowler who is known in at Tica As the senior partner in the lorm of Fowler amp Rusk that for some time operated the hardware store now owned by rever amp co. In this City last sunday committed suicide in his Home at Danville. Financial worry and disappointment Over the fact that he had in recent years made a series of unprofitable investments Are believed to have Pri a noted the act. The tragedy occurred immediately after the sundly Dink r. the table he went shortly after Iva a to the bathroom i iced the end of a revolver ii his Mouth and fired a Bullet into his brain death resulting Hilf an hour later. Or. was born in the North East Corner of Cain township near Waynetown and the son of c. M. Fowler a prominent Farmer of that Vicinity in other years. He was noted As a keen trader and made a number of very successful 80 that he accumulated a Fortune estimated at a i Jou for a time he was located at Veedersburg in the hardware and business and is reputed to have done Well there from Veedersburg he went to Darlington thence to new Iii hmong and about ten years ago to Danville where he engaged in the real estate business. There several of his ventures proved failures and he concluded to abandon real estate and return to hardware in which he had before been very successful. In partnership with Bert Rusk of Wayne town he came to Attica bought the Gay store and operated it for a Timie. They failed to make Good however and finally the store was traded of for some land. It is a Iid that this venture added several Hundred to or. Prowler s losses. He had never removed his family to Attica from Danville so he returned the later City Atid presently entered the feed . g Over his losses and his failure to make Money As he he in other years is b. Sieved to have Over balanced his mind. Or fowl r is survived by his wife seven cd Ihlen and several Brothers and Sisters. The Bokiy was taken to Vav Tyne town tuesday ail buried in the masonic Ceme Erv mrs. Margaret Schoonover has crossed the shining bar wife of the ii known Jurist on leaving a heritage of memories behind. Mrs. Margaret Schoonover i e of Hon. Isaac Schoonover judge of the Fountain circuit court died Friday of a ter noon at 2 3u o clock at St. Eliz Ibeth i Hospital in Danville 111. Or death was caused by cancer and Ehehard been i a in the Hospital a a Nee thir is i giving. Her illness dates Back several months but her indomitable will Power prevented her from giving up to the ravages of the disease until late in november. Mrs. Schoonover was the daughter of the late or. And mrs. John b y. Agy her father being one of the Hiest settlers of Fountain county and at one time a of the county j the family lived near Attica and forty i six years ago or. And mrs. i were married at Kiili Ransport. Judge Schoonover at that time was a Strug gling Young attorney and it was the j Wise counsel of his wife together with his ability that made him one of the Forest just jurists of the state. Mrs. Schoor Over received her education in the schools of Fountain coun y was a woman of Many attainments. She was Well versed in literature a i Leader in i Cal society. Mrs Schoor Over was one of the m it St beloved women in Covington and foun Tain county. So was of a charitable Tia Ture and her efforts led her to Many Homes that were in distress she never t old of her kind , Lut the in need sought a r Aid and advice and death is a severe blog to the Noor of Ovington. The greater part of her life was spent in Attica and Here like Wise her Beautiful character will be Ever cherished in the memory of those i who knew her. She was always cheerful an i her sunny disposition made the darkest hour seem Bright. Mrs. Schoonover was a member of the methodist e is Copal Church and was a True Christian woman. She was Ano a member of the Eastern Star the woman s re Lief corps and the binary Board of Ovington. Her death came in a deep sleep and her bedside was surrounded by her loved ones when the end came. She is survived by her husband. Hon Isaac Schoonover judge of the circuit court one son. Albert Schoonover United states District attorney located at los Angeles calif., and two grandchildren Mason and Hansel Schoonover. She also leaves a Nephew. Judge Manford Schoonover. Of the court of appeals a Carnet kans. The body was taken to Covington from Danville i riday night and the funeral service was held at the Home there monday Forenoon at Blo o clock. A very Large crowd was in attendance including about Twenty live from this cite the service was conducted by Rev. E Vav. Strecker pastor of the meth dist Church at Ovington. Immediately after the service the body was brought to Attica on the Wabash Branch Road arriving Here at noon. The funeral a Rry was met at the depot by Hearse and carriages and went direct to River Stiie cemetery where interment was statewide prohibition Temperance forces will ask new Law of Indiana league to Lead in the fight to banish booze Temperance sentiment so Strong thru out tie state Liat league feels arranged in beginning l ight again considerable Surprise was occasioned thru out the state by the announcement of anti Saloon leaders that a state wide prohibition Bill would be introduced i i the present Legi lature and a determined Light made for its passage. The Annoura ement came Follo ing the annual of the Hoard of Trust. Is of tie league in ird Iai Apolis 1-ist u Elk. A la Oil of Letu is h is been out a ver the Tite by league Oli Idal calling for the a thit uni vigorous support of Al of p.-. To the Iii ii a Frallic. It is pointed out in t Riese letters Thil the 1-Agu has n a it a d it a. D its efforts for Cor Titti ii i i fiction Tutsi be there is i of Chance to get institution Ai changes before lit a the think it wish to make an immediate tight statutory prohibition leaving the amendment of like Constitution to a later late. The letter c stains the statement that Quot there is no doubt that the people of the state by an overwhelming . Want prohibition this claim is based on the results of county o Dio elections held in Llo. I under that Law eighty two counties voted seventy voting dry and twelve voting wet. A total of votes were cast in the a elections jbl.1, or percent of the total it Ting dry. It is claimed by dry leaders that there has been a marked increase in dry sentiment during the five years since the county option elections. Two other measures will be pushed by the anti Saloon league one to eliminate the so called whiskey drug store and one to prohibit the shipment of from wet to dry territory within the state. Howard Holder writes from Merom that the Tishomingo tie and Stone company expects to begin manufacturing ties at the p ant there i Hin the ten Days and he is enthusiastic Over the future of the concern. That the company also contemplates a factory at Lafayette is revealed by its new Letterhead which states that factories Are located at Merom Attica and Lafavette. Official Ca wards of the 1915 t paltry Shch n Rena ii Artlett Williamsport est Cal 1st pen 1st, 2d, i and us Pullet. a i j it h.\, pm. E Colvert 1st Cal 2d Pullet. Katharine Jones. 1st Pullet in for co. Gladys Jacobson 1st Cal 1st and 2d Hen Jacob Jones 1st cock 1st, 2d and lid Pullet. it Henry l. Webb let 2d, my and Ith pen. Ami i.n-so. Perry and Washington St. Poultry Yards is Cal is 2d and 3d Pullet. Shia kit Dan Seybold icky 1st Hen. s Quot has t. Jacobson 1st, 2d candid cd is and 2d Cal 1st, 2d, 5d and 4th Hen , 2d, a and Ith Hen 1st and 2d pen 1st. 2d, i a and Ith Pullet. S. C. U Aii i Arch idl.-, is n, i cd 1st Pullet 1st. 2 1. A and pm Hen. . K . .\.. , is Cal. A ii a i i Isi i c ill Ivy . Covington 1st cd Tim. 1 to i h pull to fit Hen 2 i and cell let and a Len. C. C Quot run Ley , i . 11. W. I a i l , 1st Cal. Henry or Al. R. 1-h ii i is i a 1- teide Enderich 1st j p tilt 1 2d Hen. R. I a i in i i ii i it r. I lie a , 1st cd 2i Pena Pullet. Or. And mrs. John Jack Stone Bluit is 2d and i a Hen is f Bullet 3d Kph Cal. A exhibition j pen. Axtel Westring is 2d and of Cal. 2d and Ith Pullet 1th Hen 1st exhibition pen. B. F. Reed Veedersburg 4th exhibition pen 2d and 4th cd. A. C. I Iodko islam Quot i mrs. A. W. Jackman 3d Cal. A. Boord Stone Bluff is 2d and 3d Pullet is pen 1st Hen 1st and 2d Cal. Henry l. Webb 3d pen 4th Cal. Van Hamilton Williamsport 1st cd 3d pen 4th Pullet. Rhode islam White Rev Jas. Dawson Williamsport 1st pen 1st cd Island 2d Hen let 2d and 3d Pullet. Silvah Yam it this George Perrin 2d cd. d. J. Perrin. Rosedale 1st cd icky is pen 1st, 2d, 3d and he Hen. A lilt Jacob Jones 1st Hen. T. R Mcdonald Williamsport 2d, 3d and 4th Hen 2d pen 1st. 2d, 3d and 1th Pullet 2 1 and 3d Cal 4ih cd. U in i k i a my >1 the Koi Harry c. Leslil Fayette 1st and 2 1 Hen. 2 1 cd 2d pulk t. 2d and i Cal 2d pen. H h. Maddaus port. 1 St cd i Quot. Pen. R Ferguson Brand. 1st cd 1st, a and 4th Pullet i 1-t in. I i if i o. j i d Adamson. Brnad. Is Cal 2 1 Hen i 2 n. 2 1. a the pull . Scior i Kef . Lafayett. 1st cd. 1-t h. A 1 Pullet it n. 2d Cal. N. Iii Idin a is Oito a it. 4th cd 3d i ten. E s. Hobart Williamsport is cd is 2d, 3d and 4th Cal let and 2d Hen 1st and 2.1 pen 1st. 2d, 3d and 4th Pullet. Mrs. L. S. Christley Boswell. 3d Hen. i. K is Clarence Johnson is 2d, 3d and 4th Hen 1st and 2d Cal 1st and 2d pen 1st, 2d, 3d and 4th Pullet. b. F. Morgan Independence 1st, 2d and 4th Cal. 1st cd 1st and 2d Pullet 2d Hen. Otto May Independence 1st and 3d Hen 2d cd. Ira g. Meharry Wingate 3d and 4th Pullet 3 Cal 3d cd 1th Hen. To freon Rhi to a keys mrs. Guy Waldrip is and 2d Cal is Pullet 2d Hen. Mrs. Isora Strader Aylesworth is cd is Hen. White Tikky Geo. Miller Williamsport 1st ski is Pullet. I skin Otto May Independence 1st and 2d Dkl 1st and 2d Pullet. A ii mrs. V Erlie Blue Williamsport 1st Drake 2.1 Hen. Sri. A i i Isi Hood tone plus Quot �?.>30 Saver cup for tie to co. Kerel in the show reared in f i i and Warren counties. Score 1 i i e. S. Hob Iri Wil iams sort Ilver a up for be to i is Ilay in the Veniene an Clas a Illow in Sisters Stone Buir Silver Hijji for desc Dilt Pluy in i Lii Glish class. Mrs. Jhn j4ck, a it is Vorih Silver Cut for Largi St of entries. Chas j , Attica Best Dis Lay in Thi Asi Itic class Arch Idle Attica Best display in the Mediterranean passes anti lobby Bill. The Divis i by Bill which had the end a rec ment of c. Vernor la to and which was Ned a c Lucus Tiea ure after two i accuses of the democrats were Hekl. A is in til Louse after top by a vote get of to the . Representatives Harris. Of Daviess Cou it \ an Horr it of Indiana Harbor Atid Dau Toherty of Bei ton a d Warren coun ies oppose. D the measure. Is a numb is a Ere absent and Spaker Daelldiil note vote the Bill prov drs the it All hired must Register with the Secretary of state explaining All business at Hance and after his has been legalised he will the receive a certificate to indicate he had tilled the provisions of the Law. Treasurers of terms employ ing lobbyists wiil be compelled to present expense accounts to the state at the or d of each year showing in what manner said hns spent Morey. The Biz Mea ure or Viding for the direct election o.t the county . F Scho is. Was he of ast i Quot. The . After a a g by a Date he a vote of t to 23 in Thea n Ite two Bills were give. Lif c it rid Quot a it of i Ard a n. Riey wer. T a i a pro Midi g for priv the in Era of Rsons i lying f c at in i Dis a is and to it i mat e ciry i a c. .,1 Cia a Man will speak Here to a is t. Jip it r ii be us Day in rouf the Quot s of a n Ric i it Wili be a. A vol the me he is Church Haiduc i a the Suai a and the no h or . To that hour or. K. C . The state attorney for saij.,n Hague will speak. Or. A i it Jnai Arden Quot and Able temper arc Ade c it id by known As a speaker. at this when Thi at Leisi Aturo is soon to wrestle with a Bill to prohibit the m Inu facture and Sale of Lii for the state and when Attica is to have an election to d termite whether or the Shail a it main Here another two years it seems most of i Quot arture to have the i it n Koneru 1 by an a e speaker. Never in the history of civilization has there been such a determined and United Elfort on the part of medical science Sci d and politic &Quot.1 reformers and business of kers to drive booze from the land. It is commonly agreed that this enemy of Mankind is to be banished. All interested in the movement Are invited to hear or. Mint n at the methodist Church sunday furniture store sold. M. Boord the Well known furniture dealer of Covington has disposed of his furniture Stock and the Sartre Brick building where the bus iness has be t n conducted for several years. The new proprietors Are w. B. Lorr Irner and f h. Block practical furniture of Anderson ind thru the a Al or. Boon comes into Possession of 122 acres of land in Jackson county Impi Ana. Or. Boord has been in the furniture and undertaking business Iti Covington since and is ree-ogrl7. D As one of the City s most enter rising business men. He will continue in the undertaking business and will not move away from Covington. He is a brother of mrs. Chas w. Zeigler mrs e irl Rubison and Sam Boord of this City. Or. Lorrimer one of the members of the new term will come to Covington to look after and manage the store taking full Possession As soon As the in Voce is caused death. The body of mrs. Robert Tyrell who died suddenly sunday afternoon at the Home of her daughter mrs. Lemuel Street in Hoopeston 111., was brought to this City tuesday afternoon and interment was made in Highland cemetery at Williamsport. Mrs. Tyrell was the Mother of mrs. Peter Redman of this City. She and her husband who Are also residents of Hoopeston had gone to the Home of their daughter to spend the afternoon. Or. Tyrell is a cripple and had to be wheeled in a chair. The trip proved to much for mrs. Tyrell and she died shortly after reaching her daughter s Home heart trouble being Given As the cause of her death. Mrs. Tyrell was an native of a Hio and Waso years of age besides the husband she is survived by two d fighters three sons two Sisters or s m the funeral was conducted tue May morning from the Christi i Muir ii stoic the Folio ving Reu ices acc tin if a d the b Illy a re or. An i or it Robert and of. A a .�nt.--. �1., or. A flue Sarto ,1 u off a 1 or a of a. 1 1. My. A a in a Tyrel a if Thi Cit i f the a i eased. Charles Haller and sifter mis Cor Deli i Haller left we int Munung for los Angeles Cal where they will spend the remainder of the get Finfrock s Job such is the report that comes from the count y county recorder said to be pick for Oil inspector a appointment of editor Bhymer it it Ripton As state inspector presages a shake up Mong District deputies according to an anti unc ement issued from Covington w. A scar Phebe. Who on Jan. Is retired from the twice of Rico River of i i Untsain c unto being de feat ii the . Hns Assurance tha he is to succeed Vii i Finfrock As d a it if in in pet t for this District. 1 s unders Tomid thit or. I Ehrner of Tipton Aho was recently Anpo ii Teri to the Quot position of site Oil ins Ector by Iov r Ilston w a 1 no take i until March till no Ippi iitment3 would to it Ion a t until that time but fro a coving o com. The t that the g. In 1 a Quot in has the Plum air Eide his a Side f pocket. The j is con id Jred a i i.-. Ure and or. Eiri frock wis a a ii dilate for the place t it it ars that he has lost out in the Hulme. It is Aid that w. B. Gray a to retired from the Audi Tor s twice Jan. 1st. A a a to was a car dilate last ear for the Nori nation As state auditor in the Demori in convention was aug an applicant for the appointment. If or Phebus appointment has been deter tinned or. Finfrock has not yet been n Titial and he still has Hopes that the report is not tru Quot. The place p is pm .>2i o re. To a year in fees collected from the St in Drtad and other Oil companies that ship kerosene and gasoline in o the District and naturally he is desirous of retaining it As Long As possible. It s not our funeral but thru a knot Hole in the Fence it appears that if party loyalty and work for the ticket Merit any Reward at All Bill f i frock deserves to be allowed to suck the juice from this Plum a while longer. The re is not a Man in four Tain or Warren counties who his devoted More time to politics to looking after the details of party organization to making up the poll books be Ping trick of Voiers Ai d the sort of work that most men refuse to do than has Bill. A we understand it the of Tice of of is that is maintained largely to create a Bur cd of appointive political j it is to Reward the party workers sice this is True it a uld seem that Bill is entitled to More consideration. Oscar is a Good fellow and a Loyal Democrat but he has just retired fro four years. Dice holding and has t fought Blesi Atul bed in the trenches All these years without pay like will making Good record. Tel Westring is proud of the record his barred Plymouth rocks Are making this year. At Williamsport he took first on cock cockerel Hen exhibition pen. And second Pullet and third on cockerel. He also got two up Silver cups there one for the Best Breeding pen mated to produce cockerel and the Best pen mated for pullets. At Brazil 1 he won first and Sec Ted t n cockerel i second and third on Pullet and second i on pen. At the Attica show last week he carried off first second and third on cockerel second Ami fourth on Pullet i third on Hen first on exhibition pen i cockerel pen. Pullet pen and Sio Silver i cup on cockerel Breeding pen and Pullet Breeding pen. When it is taken into consideration that Plymouth rocks Are bred by More people than any other i Breed and the Competition is thus stronger or. Westring has cause to feel elated school work on exhibition. The?4, t Hexhi Iii of the work of the schools of Indiana which is to be sent to san Francisco for exhibition at the Panama exposition is on exhibition at the stale Capitol in Indianapolis pre Parat iry to being sent to the coast. It includes various dipl Lys of work Manu d tray ing glom Stiesi hence anal Art work. Coil a Quot ii from the ctr uni n and a Vijh of i the state. 1 Hotot graphs so Wii it ten a Arai int. Rior viev a of ,.inv town. Township City a h<.ol-Limu-. Are Shiv or. At d Thi depart Trio i Atticas Well a it . Man font liver Gimp sup of fun Tam county and Chas Dodson. Super intense it of Benton county and three others constitute the committee that arranged the display

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