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Attica Ledger Press (Newspaper) - March 28, 1913, Attica, Indiana The Attica Ledger press e Why not buy of John and Jake you will get just As Good goods at a lower Price than you can get elsewhere and you will be sub serving your own interests and it is always Good business to do that. Try a sack of our u. R. M. Hard wheat flour a 49-lb. Sack.$1.35 we have a blended Tea. Blended a Man who knows How none better in the cup per pound.35o a Good Rio Coffee per pound.25e 3 boxes Best Corn flake.25o 3 boxes of Best White oats.25o Good can of peas for.10c a splendid Maple and Corn syrup big bottle.25o a no. 1 table peach per can.20o a Good yellow table peach per can.12ho Eastern sugar per sack 25 pounds.81.40 a splendid sugar Corn 3 cans for.25o bring us your produce. We will pay you the highest Market prices for it. Hock amp Rucker j local news. A1 Robinson the Veteran drug clerk at the Robinson drug store was the victim of a very successful Surprise party Friday night at his Home. The affair was Given in Celebration of his 60th birthday and in deference to his modesty the folks made All the arrangements without telling him of it. When he reached Home for supper he found a crowd of his relatives and friends waiting for him and they gave him a merry reception that soon overcame his Surprise. A Fine supper was served and this was followed a Happy social hour. Omar Thompson son of w. A. Thompson of this City is erecting a Fine hotel in san Diego calif., where he has made his Home for a number of years and is prospering. The hotel will be four stories in he Echt and one Hundred feet Square and will contain ninth six guest rooms. The exterior will be of White enamelled Brick. Mrs. W. A. Thompson and her son and daughter Charles and miss Jessie who Are spending the Winter in san Diego with Omar Are All getting great Benefit to their health from the st?.y there. Rev Borden b. Kessler a former pastor of the methodist Church at Veedersburg and Well known thru out the Central part of the county has been selected As temporary head of the department of history at Depauw University. He is at present pastor of st. Paul s Church at Lafayette and will retain that position his connection with the University being such that it will not interfere for the present. Ray Watkins and wife were in Danville sunday visiting mrs. Watkin s parents or. And mrs. John Robbins who recently moved there from this City. Miss Margaret Wagner and Chas. A. Cobb were married Rev. John a. Ayling in Fowler March 15th, the Bride is the eldest daughter of or. And mrs. John Wagner and was born and reared near Pine Village Althofer parents moved two or three years ago to Danville ind. Or. Cobb is the Only son of Thos. Cobb and wife and is one of the Best known Young men of the Village. The marriage came As a Surprise to their friends but has the approbation of All nevertheless. The couple will reside in the Village. Miss Elizabeth Allen entertained the mum Alpha girls at a six of clock dinner monday evening. This probably will be the last time that she will be the hostess to the club As she is to leave shortly for East st. Louis where she goes with the office Force of the Attica Bridge company. She is a very popular member of the younger social set in this City and her friends sincerely regret to see her leave George Glover and wife of Veedersburg Are the proud parents of a son which the Stork left there Early thursday morning. The Mother and son Are doing nicely. As this is the Only Nephew of mrs. Robt. Campbell s Side of the House she took the first train she could get to Veedersburg thursday morning to see the Young Enterprise. B. F. Rodrick of Morocco has bought and shipped from that town this season Over $25,000 Worth of raw furs. That sounds like a Leaf from an old time Pioneer Book but it is a Clear cold statement of present Day fact and goes to prove that Indiana is not so far from Pioneer Days As Many would have us to believe. There Are plenty wild animals in some sections of the state yet. Saturday was a Fine trading Day in the City and the stores and shops All had a thriving business. The weather was not propitious for the Sale of easter stuff yet the excellent showings of Spring merchandise which our merchants Are displaying attracted Many buyers in spite of the earliness of the season. A half dozen Attica Young folks went to the Home of or. And mrs. John Kerr near Winthrop on saturday evening to participate in a party Given to celebrate the 17th birthday of miss Dorothy Kerr who is a student in Attica High school. About thirty guests were present and a very merry evening Wes spent All. Mrs. Henry Weigle visited her husband in st Vincent s Hospital at Indianapolis sunday and reports Henry As convalescing nicely following the operation which he underwent there last week. James Mcknight who is a brother in Law of or. Weigle accompanied mrs. Weigle to Indianapolis. The Winter Bridge club met at the Home of or. And mrs. Of s. Clark monday evening and was most delightfully entertained. The proximity of easter suggested a novel idea for prizes the two players making the highest scores each being awarded a pretty Basket containing a dozen fresh eggs. The Rainy weather of this week brought the Maple syrup season abruptly to a close and All of the Camps have Bee n closed Down. The weather was so unfavourable thru out that the output w As far Short of an average crop. The Camp on d. B. Foster s place yielded Only about 150 Gallons of syrup. Rev. And mrs. C. A Postill who were called to Renssalaer last week the serious condition of mrs. Postill s sister mrs. C. M. Paxton returned Home Friday evening. Mrs. Paxton is suffering with blood poisoning but her condition showed some improvement when Rev. Ai d mrs. Postill left. Miss Laura Sims went to Chicago monday morning for a visit with her Sisters mrs. Jack Craig and mrs. Donald Deverter. She will remain with her sister mrs. Deverter until her husband who was operated on in a Hospital there last week is Strong enough to be brought Home. Mrs. Alex Urquhart entertained a number of Little girls saturday afternoon at an easter party for her daughter Ruth. An egg Hunt and easter games were the pastimes for the afternoon after which refreshments were served. A most delightful time was enjoyed All. Mrs. Mae Smith who lives near st one Bluff and who underwent a severe operation at st. Elizabeth s Hospital in Danville about three weeks Ajo is reported to be recovering steadily and expects to soon return Home. Mrs Smith had been suffering from a tumor. John Travis who in other years was Foreman of the old Ledger broke away from his work of teaching the deaf and dumb boys in the state school at Indianapolis How to print and came Back to Attica saturday to spend easter. Will Mcdermond and wife were guests of their daughter mrs. Earl Davis in Danville last sunday. J. C. Phipps who established the Ideal restaurant in the Odd Fellows building a few months ago and sold it to j. D. Kellam has taken Back the restaurant and is now operating it. Since he left Here or. Phipps has been conducting the hotel in West Lebanon. The elevator at Earl Park Over in Benton county owned the Wilson amp Barr company and destroyed some time ago fire will be rebuilt this Spring. The new building will not be As Large As the old one which had a capacity of 100,000 bushels. A Large number of attic ans who Are inter ested in the new Lodge of Moose that was recently organized in Danville Are planning to attend the carnival which the organization is holding there. It began lost night and will continue the remainder of the week. Mrs Harry d. Purviance and Little son Charles returned sunday from Chicago where they had visited a couple of weeks with mrs Lauren Case. The latter returned Home with them and will remain for a visit with friends and relatives Here. Hiram Jones the other one of the firm of Jones Bros was up from Stone Bluff tuesday. He operates a store and a Grain elevator at Stone Bluff and now has taken the Agency for the Reo automobiles for that Section. Mrs. Will Foster who went to Sterling last week for a visit with her parents or. And mrs b. F. Crane has returned Home and until her Home which was partly destroyed fire is repaired will live with mrs. Foster. Levi Short and family have left Pine Village for Rocky Ford colo., where they will make their Hong provided the climate agrees with mrs. Short s health in the interest of which the change was made. We Carroll a clothing merchant is said to be slated for appointment As postmaster for Otterbein the appointment is expected to be made soon As the present incumbent s term has expired. Dan Smith who Over a month ago was trampled on and injured a horse which he had bought at a Sale was in the City monday morning for the first time since the Accident. Miss Bessie Mcnett returned monday to Danville to resume her studies at Brown s business College after a week s visit with her father Jasper Mcnett of Warren county. Earl Daugherty who has a position with the Bower Oil tanlfe., at fort Wayne came Down Satui ral afternoon and visited Over sunday or. And mrs. Carl Mentzer. Charles Brant of Covington has signed up to play Ball with a North Dakota team this season and his friends confidently predict that he will make Good As a professional. Miss Myrtle la to came Home from Indianapolis for a visit with her parents at Roberts. Miss Lutz is taking a course in Domestic science in a school at Indianapolis miss Buda Bowen went to Indianapolis saturday for a few Days visit with her Cousin mrs. Everett Hannah e the fifth the result of 26 years experience in motor car building $1195 fully equip it costs a certain amount to build a car that pleases a Man when he buys it. Every maker finds that Cost essential. It costs about one fifth More to please that Man five years after. In Reo the fifth that Cost is added. In buying a car in 1913 Here Are some things to look for. them judge How the car is built How up to Date it is. And judge them if the maker gives you the Best he knows. Cars at close prices Are rarely built like this. Hidden parts Are very often skimped. New things Are omitted because of the Cost. But buyers of new cars should see that they get them. Your Delight in a car depends on it. So do safety and Comfort and Low Cost of Upkeep. Made with 2 and 5-passenger bodies. Call for a demonstration. Big tires 34x4. Big brakes 14 Inch. Left Side drive. Center control. Demountable rims. 15 roller bearings. 190 drop forgings electric set in dash lights. Genuine leather upholstering. A $75 Magneto a doubly heated Carburettor j a smokeless oiling system. F Jones Bros., Stone Bluff ind. J mrs. George Ryearson of this City and grandson Fred Buck of Danville 111. Went to Chatterton saturday for a visit with her daughter mrs. Roy Farmer. J. C. Dinsmore is advertising in this Issue of the Ledger press 200 bushels of Small potatoes suitable for Stock feeding and the Price is 25 cents per Bushel. Miss Freida Fowler who is teaching school at Bethel went to Veedersburg Friday afternoon and spent easter with her parents or. And mrs. J. O. Fowler. Mrs g. K. Hopkins and baby returned the latter part of last week to their Home in Chicago after a visit with her parents or. And mrs. J. E. Pugh. Mrs. Ella Larson was in the City saturday morning Enro Ute to her Home in Otterbein after a visit with or. And mrs. Raymond runnings of Newtown. Miss Marcia Hatton of Champaign 111., came Over Friday and visited Over sunday with her father Charley ration and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Hattie Slauter and son Ray of Williamsport were in the City Friday on their Way to Rob Roy where they visited Over sunday with relatives. Miss Julia Ritchey of Roberts who is a student in Indiana University at Bloomington came Home saturday to spend the easter vacation. Miss Rena Keefer returned Home Friday from Terre haute where she has been attending state Normal she having finished the term. Mrs. Lee Butler and son Chester of near Carbondale to orned sunday to their Home after a visit with her sister mrs. Margaret Griffin. Will Vandeventer who is Here visiting his sister was called to Veedersburg Friday afternoon on bus mess returning saturday Wilbert Allen of Louisville. ., came Home saturday and spent easter with his parents or. And mrs. D. S. Allen and others. Miss Wilhelmina Anderson was in Attica saturday from her Home two Miles North of the City and spent the Day with friends . E. Reynolds was called to Independence saturday the Ness of her Mother mrs. Mos Knowles. Or. And mrs. Dan about of Boswell were guests Over sunday of his parents or. And mrs. Sam Abolt near Kramer. Mrs a a. Harper and daughter Nna Louise of Williamsport spent saturday afternoon with relatives m the . And mrs. A. A. Arms have returned to their Home in Thomasboro after a visit with or. And mrs. D. F. Reed. Mack Irvin and family have moved from the county seat to Veedersburg where Mack recently purchased a drug store. George Murphy came Over saturday evening from Danville Ana spent sunday with his Mother mrs. Ellen Mur . Paul Robbins and son. Of Howard kans were guests this week of w. P. Robbins and family of . George Johnson and daughter Catherine went to Goodland saturday and visited Over sunday with relatives. Mrs Ora Bales and children returned monday morning from a visit with her sister mrs. We. Hadley of Kingman. Or. And mrs. Frank Merrick were guests sunday of their daughter mrs. Glenn Jones and family of Lafayette. George Drake went to Kingman Friday and visited Over sunday with his parents or. And mrs. D. K. Parent. Mrs. Stella Reynolds of Terre haute came u p saturday for a visit with her parents or. And mrs. Mayer Blacut. Lermond Mckenzie who is attending Purdue University came Home saturday to spend the easter vacation. Mrs. Fred Browning and Little daughter of Lafayette were guests Over sunday of mrs. E. E. Bilsland one of Covington s Well known and wealthy residents is seriously ill at hib Home there. Or. And mrs. Clint Morgan and daughter returned monday from a visit with relatives in Stone Bluff. Mrs. Hattie Foote returned monday from a visit with her sister miss Myrtle Mallory of Lafayette. Mrs Matilda Chapman has returned from a visit with relatives in Williamsport and West Lebanon. The Mellott. Telephone company is called to meet april 2d for its annual election of directors. Frank Robbins and family of Monti cello came Friday for a visit with relatives in this City. Grant Pomeroy and wife publishers of the West Lebanon Gazette were in the City saturday. Mrs. A. A. Greenwood and daughter mrs. Mary Mcfayden were Danville visitors saturday. Miss Lena Faust of Lafayette was a guest Over sunday of her sister mrs. Max Schwartz. Mrs. F. M. Nubs of Lebanon was a guest this week of her daughter mrs. James Davis. Do not allow your insurance policies and other valuable papers to Burn up. Buy a safety Deposit Box for $1.00, Are the standards of Good banking. Stability we have a paid up capital of $50,000.00, an earned Sui plus and undivided profit of Over $40,000.00 and resources of $600,000. Courtesy we have a set of painstaking and accommodating officials. Efficiency we give you Quick and accurate service. We Are a National Bank governed a Board of seven directors who Are careful and substantial business men and we Are controlled the comptroller of the currency who examines us twice a year under the strict and severe Laws of the u. S. Capital $50,000 and surplus Over $40,000 Jesse Martin president . Clark vice pres. W. B. Schermerhorn cashier a t a Good reputation is made not secret of Large and increasing practise is reputation As an experienced reliable dentist. New methods of plate work Bridge work filing extracting quot and All dental operations. A specialist in orthodontia a the regulation of children s Teeth. Or. A. L. Jennings j i revery one has a Mission our Mission is to sell the Best groceries we can at As Low a Price As is consistent with Good business principles. We Are doing that six Days out of every week and if you doubt our statement just try being one of our customers for a week. Chances Are you will be pleasantly surprised at the kind of service we give and the Quality of our Bros. Bring your country produce to us phone 209 % j it High water has been reached the Wabash but we have not reached the height of our ambition to give Attica one of the most up to Date Green houses to be found in any Small City in Indiana. We Are growing Many different kinds of Flowers and can Supply you with Cut Flowers for weddings funerals or social events. Order your hanging baskets and Flower boxes for your porch filled Early so As to have them ready As soon As the warm Days Floral co. Telephone 291 order Attica grown Flowers

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