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Attica Ledger Press (Newspaper) - May 10, 1912, Attica, Indiana The Attica Ledger press a Why not a first class refrigerator a you insist on cleanliness in your foodstuffs then Why not have a refrigerator with the Vallej in Ore piece Reade of one piece porcelain and round j Corners finished i White As Snow with Drain pipe and trap of solid brass in fact the Leonard i cleanable has 10 Walls to save the ice. We also handle the Star and Northern Light White enamelled refrigerators at prices it will pay you to investigate. Look at our window for the Best refrigerator Madej. A. Goffi no furniture piano funeral directors a Rohlfing amp Colver dealers in furniture for the Kitchen dining room sitting room bedroom parlor Library music room or Hall. Undertakers Attica ind. Quality did it. During april we made and sold 4,308 loaves of bread More than we did the same month last year. We Are confident that Quality did it and Are determined to keep our bread up to the highest possible Standard. When you eat our bread you eat nothing but pure wholesome delicious nutritious food. Phone 360yocom s bakery things move along so rapidly nowadays that people who say Quot it can t be done Quot Are always beg it erupted by somebody doing it. Moral adjustments of the spine remove the cause of disease Leiber and Myers Home office new Emsing , ind. Consultation free 8a.mtoll . Mondays wednesdays and fridays each week at hotel Attica. To Abs a Isaa Esumi a \ m every farm should be equipped with a silo to secure the largest income it is possible to obtain from the amount of land cultivated. When purchasing a Sio the Best will always prove cheapest in the end t i Refore place your order for a Challenge silo take no substitute you will then get the Best on the Market and one that will last a life time. They Are made of selected material and by special machinery which makes All joints perfect and absolutely air tight therefore the feed is kept in the Best possible condition. Special catalogue sent on application. Challenge company r 11 River Street Batavia. Illinois 3klocal news. The Nev Cement sidewalk in front of the Farmers and merchants state Bank was put Down this week Joe Clark who has built More sidewalks than any other Man in Attica wielding the trowel. The walk replaced one of the old walks of Limestone flagstones of which a few still remain about the City. When this Stone pavement was Laid about 40 years ago it was thought to be something elegant but last week when it was desired to remove it the contractor endeavoured to give away the Large stones which were eight feet Long and from 3 to 5 feet wide but nobody cared for them and they were broken up with a Sledge Hammer and carted away. Among those that attended the funeral of Henry Schlosser monday were mrs. Or. Mclean and will Craig of Danville 111., or. Frank newcomer and wife of Frankfort or. And mrs. Chas. Hickman r. P. And Dick Sample of Lafayette James Frey of Indianapolis Charles Mccabe of Crawfordsville j Ohn e. Briggs Abe Donovan mrs. John Schlosser and daughters Rissa and mrs. Or. Swank of Williamsport or. And mrs. Watson and m. A. Mcdonald and family of West Lebanon Leroy Sanders de Meyer James Allen Robert Kerr a. T. And v. E. Liven Good and Tom Rinn and sister Margaret of Covington. Fletcher w. Boyd postmaster at Covington has been appointed and has accepted the position of Secretary and treasurer of the Covington Light and water company and is now in charge of the affairs of the company. This was the place held by the late Hannibal c. Yount. Or Boyd says he will undertake to carry out the business on the same lines As his predecessor. Or. Boyd is an excellent business Man and expects to have the affairs of the company in proper shape to turn the Plant Over to the City at the expiration of the Twenty year franchise. The Fountain Trust company has been appointed administrator of the estate of the late Hannibal c. Yount. Judge Lewis was named As attorney for the company. The combination to or Yount s Safe could not be found and an expert was sent for. He arrived saturday morning and the big Safe was opened and the private and business papers turned Over to the executors of the estate. Charles Curley Miller of Covington received a sentence of from one to seven years in the state s prison at Michigan City by judge Schoonover for failure to support his wife and children. The Young Man had been before the court before on the charge of non support and had been varned what he might expect if he did not provide for his family. Rev. Will Hedges and family have moved from Covington to Colorado where or. Hedges has accepted the pastor ship of a Christian Church for the coming year. His health had been failing for some time and the change of climate is expected to materially Benefit him and also Bis wife. After spending a few Days in Attica will Sharp left monday morning for Michigan. After attending to some business matters there he will go on to Moorestown n. J., his boyhood Home where he expects to make his Headquarters with relatives the remainder of his life. Tom Campbell returned sunday from los Angeles cal., where he spent the Winter. Mrs. Campbell and Mildred did not return with him but remained for a longer visit with the son that arrived at the Home of Tom Campbell Friday. They expect to come about june 1st. A slight scratch on the of Jacob Peters an aged resident of Covington developed into blood Poison which proved too much for his enfeebled Constitution and his death resulted monday. He was 86 years of age and had resided in Covington More than half a Century. Mrs. Rosa Polk returned tuesday from a visit with her Mother mrs. Frances Steimley who is staying with another daughter mrs. Benoit Bertrand near Pine Village. Mrs. Polk says her Mother does not improve very fast but remains about the same. Mrs. Amos Crow and children and sister mrs. Ida Kriegbaum of Hannibal mo., and brother Clarence Carlson returned monday from a visit with their brother John and family and sister mrs o. C. Seemiller and family of Chicago. Lois choir the Little daughter of Leroy choir who lives Southeast of Veedersburg accidentally drank carbolic acid saturday but was rescued from death by the Quick arrival of two doctors and the prompt application of antidotes. Mrs. Ralph Searls and Mother mrs. Gettis left saturday for Cleveland for a Short visit with relatives. Before returning Home they will also visit relatives in other parts of Ohio and Pennsylvania. They will be gone about three months. Mrs. S. C. Hanson who has been visiting her sister mrs John Hock left saturday for a Short visit in Lafayette before returning to her Home in Indianapolis. Mrs Clark Dick of near Judy Ville was shopping in the City monday. A half dozen Auto loads of pythian Sisters from Pine Village past thru Attica tuesday morning Enro Ute to new Richmond to attend the District c convention of that order which was held there that Day and evening. Or. And mrs Robert Clark of Danville 111. Came saturday for a visit with his parents or. And mrs 0. Sclark Bob went to Chicago monday on business mrs. Clark remaining Here for a longer visit. The Woods and Field were full of mushroom Hunters sunday and Many Baske Fuls of the toothsome fungi were brought Home by those who knew where to look for them and were first on the ground. Miss Lyleth Greenman was Given a delightful Surprise Friday evening at her Home on Vine Street in Honor of her nineteenth birthday. The guests numbered Twenty a luncheon was served. Mrs. Floyd Mathers who has been visiting relatives Here for the past three weeks left sunday for Converse for a visit with her Mother before returning to her Home in Wheeling w. A. Or. And mrs. A c. Starbuck who have been visiting their son Grant and wife left saturday morning for Kokomo for a visit before returning to their Home in Indianapolis. Mrs. Herbert Ellis has accepted the night operator s position at the Telephone Exchange at Hillsboro miss Cora Holycross having resigned to attend school at Marion. Clem Williams and family moved Friday from Roy Marmaduke s House on South Perry Street to a House on Taylor Street in the Northeast part of town. Mis Ethal Simons returned to her Home in Logansport sunday after a visit with Walter Bulkley and family. Mrs Guy Kerr and sister. Mrs. Rob bins and mrs. I c. Conkle of Newtown were Attica visitors monday. Or and mrs. Charles Goodacre of near Boswell spent sunday with her parents Henry Yarbrough and wife. Misses Ruth Stafford and Lois Tolve attended dance Given at the Griffith Academy in Lafayette Friday night. Rev. John Mccabe and family and or. Chandler and family of Marshfield attended the gouty meeting at the free monday night. Misses Latha and Fannie Coen were called to Delphi monday by the death of their Uncle. Rev Beech pastor of the presbyterian Church at that place George Hower who is now at Steger 111. Was in the City saturday he went to Indianapolis sunday for a visit with his daughter mrs. Everett Hanna. Mrs. Charles Mccabe of Crawfordsville was a sunday guest of or. And mrs h. A Martin and attended the funeral of Henry Schlosser monday mrs Lula Peck who has been working at the Indiana Springs co for the past two weeks took a position monday in the office of re Brier. A the White City laundry put Down a floor in its Wash room this week and made other minor improvements that will increase its efficiency. Mrs Henry Bowen returned to her Home in Danville the first of the week after visiting Here since the death of her son John Bowen. Wolfe Hirsch returned tuesday to his Home in Chicago after a week s visit with his sister mrs. Henry Loeb or. And other relatives. Or. And mrs Robert Alexander of Lafayette were guests sunday of Phillip Kullmer and daughter mrs Kathryn Martin. Or and mrs a a Lane returned to their Home in Henning 111. Tuesday after a visit with Rev a Ferguson and family j. Frank Mcdermond returned Friday from Wabash Valley sanitarium at Lafayette where he had been taking treatment or and mrs a Lewis Green of Danville 111. Spent sunday Here the guests of his parents or. And mrs a. A Green a e. Alexander chief wire inspector of the c. A Telephone co of Lafayette was in the City business monday. Mrs w. A Dinsmore entertained the Attica ladies Tea club Friday afternoon at the Hunter House at Kramer. Or and mrs a w. Ree8e went to Logansport sunday mrs. Reese Quot remaining a few Days to visit relatives there. Wilhelmina Anderson returned to her Home North of the City saturday after a week s visit with Tom Lief and wife. Misses Anna Marie Mcdermond Mary Ellen Martin and Genieve Mcconnell were Lafayette visitors saturday the Luther league of the swedish lutheran Church will meet this evening with or. And mrs a a Holm. Mrs Anna Zeigler of Wabash was a guest this week of her sister mrs Harry Stevenson East of the City. For Sale i have about fifty bushels of Good Rural new yorker potatoes for seed a a. Carlson or 2. 32-2 w. B. Reed and h. D. Purviance were in Covington tuesday on business \ time to think of housecleaning i this store is without a doubt Headquarters for everything to replenish and furnish the Home Complete. If you need a new Rug Here or there or new fancy and Dainty curtains to brighten up the room or a piece of comfortable furniture keep this store in mind. The store that it pays you to patronize. This Beautiful brass bed is polished or Dull finish guaranteed not to wobble Well Worth $20.00, our Price $15.00 Don t fail to see the White enamelled Beds at $2,75, $3, $3.75, $4.75 and up. We can certainly please you at Mcdermond s. Among the High class pianos of these Days Are shown very Many cheap and desirable pianos. It behoves you to be very careful when you buy a piano. We sell pianos of Many years of Good standing such As Baldwin Ellington. Valley Gem Hamilton Starck and Monarch Ard i am sure i can absolutely save you Money As i i it a the Only merchant in this part of the state who buys the pianos direct cutting out the jobber s and the agent s profits and expenses. I have Brand new pianos at $160, $190 $225, $27.n, $325 and the Baldwin at $375. Ivusic benches scarfs and covers everything free of charge the sewing machine of known value know the world Over lor la Serguio a autless. New he he copyrighted 1906, by Hooder mfg. Co i Only wish you could see our Large line of Kitchen cabinets we sell the Hoosier and Mcdougal As Well As a number of other styles that we Start in at $3.98 to the Fine enamel lined at $25 and $30. Don t think of buying a Kitchen Cabinet before seeing those at Mcdermond . Frank Mono Attica our bargain basement of i \ i 4 mrs. Be Barnhart and children returned saturday from a two weeks visit with relatives in Decatur mrs. John Harmon returned tuesday to her Home near Pine Village after a Short visit with friends Here or and mrs Lewis Gerrity of near Rainsville spent tuesday with her Mother mrs Frank Pearl wanted family washings to do. Work guaranteed satisfactory. Inquire at the Ledger press office 31-32 George Boothroyd and wife and Kooch Wilson and wife visited Friday with friends in Newtown. Wendell gift and Cecil Dickey students at Purdue University were guests sunday of Roy Harrison. Mrs Jesse Swank and daughter. Ruby of West Lebanon were shopping in the City tuesday miss Carrie Hengstler returned monday from a visit with Gus Clemens and family of Lafayette misses Mary Mullinnix and Lemma Thompson spent sunday with Beatrice North near Odell. Mrs we Eberly went to Pine Village tuesday for a visit with relatives. Mrs William Odle and mrs. Fred Thompson of Kramer were shopping in the City Friday. Mrs George Butler of car Boisdale visited tuesday with her sister mrs Helena Briggs. Miss Mae Shigley returned Friday from a visit with relatives in Brookston and Lafayette. Or. And mrs Joe Hixon and son returned monday from a visit Witk relatives in Mecca. Miss Ethel Martin went to Decatur iii Friday for a visit with her brother Lee and wife or and mrs. W. A Haworth of Mecca Are guests of their son Wallace and family. Miss lloy Dimeling of Frankton visited with relatives in the City sunday and monday. Geo. Murphy came Over from Danville sunday for a Brief visit with his Mother and Sisters. Chase Mcdermond went to Indianapolis Friday for a visit with his brother Edgar. James of Hoover of Veedersburg was in the City on business Friday. Wendell Williams of Williamsport was in the City on business tuesday. Films developed free if you buy the film of us and give us an order for one picture from each exposure we will developed it free. Picture on paper or Post card 4x5 or postcard size. All films developed same Day left Here. Omar c. Deselms cameras films and photographic supplies Attica Indian from every Point of View my using underwear is satisfactory its easy on your pocketbook because of its durability Wash ability and original Low Cost it is pleasant to feel to touch and to. Wear next to the skin because of its Fine Quality it actually improves in appearance after each trip to the laundry. It is a splendid foundation for stylish dress because it fits the form perfectly it is realy the Best in underwear or the demand for my using Wear would not increase so rapidly each season suits $1 too to $3�00�haller the Hatter

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