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Attica Ledger Press (Newspaper) - May 10, 1912, Attica, Indiana The Attica Check Book is easier and far safer to carry than a Wallet filled with currency Silver or Gold. It adds dignity to your transactions and gives much satisfaction checks Are of no value except to the person in whose favor drawn. Can you afford to keep your Money at Home or in your pocket when you can have without expense a Check Book on this Strong Bank Farmers amp merchants state Bank capital and surplus $90,000 rims now time to have your buggy fixed up for the summer probably the old rubber tires Are worn out and if they Are you should have a set of Quot the Best make to replace the old ones. That s the Only kind i sell. At this shop we also do buggy repairing of All kinds and we can paint an old buggy or an Auto to make it look Good As when new. The Price Well Well make that right too. Come in and let s talk it Over. W. M. Robinson Fisher Arbogast co. Shop upstairs. It full of honors and wonderful triumphs of its Long cosy quering Tours of the continent and presented on a scale it of colossal magnitude and lavish expenditure never known before in this country. The Travelino amusement sensation of the Day. 20 clowns 50 leapers 100 acrobats Kentucky horses grand free Street to a. M. Brimming Over with mirth and of Joy. Newtown. The following students of the eighth Rade that took the examination april 20th passed Ruth aydel5tt, Mariechen Bessie Simms Emma Clawson Edna Riffle Anna Mart Lexie Warren Carl Gray t. M. Meeker and Harold Shultz. Miss Marie Coen received the Honor of making the highest average in the class her average being 911. All the students at Mellott who took the examination at the same time passed making Good averages. The commencement exercises for the common school graduates will be held in Attica june 1st. Or. And mrs. Richard Rennick were Given a Surprise sunday morning when their children grandchildren and Many other relatives entered their Home with baskets of Good things to eat. This Surprise had been planned for some time and was very successfully carried out. The Day was very much enjoyed by All present. Mesdames Jared Frankenfield j. Kissick Joseph Harris d. M. Walker John Dagger Laura Mcclure w. P. Robins and Samuel Ogle went from Here to new Richmond. Tuesday where they attended the District convention of the pythian Sisters. Charles Hunnings was Given a Surprise monday evening at his Home in the ease part of town. The occasion was for his forty eighth birthday. The Surprise was in every Way a Success and All enjoyed themselves very much. Mesdames t. J. Brown and j. R. Chester were calling on mrs. John inborn near Mellott saturday. Mrs. Tii Orn has been sick tor about six weeks and altho she is slowly improving she is still quite ill. A number of Young people irom Here went to Wingate saturday night to see the play Quot Why Smitn left Home Quot which was Given by the High school students of that place. All say the play was tine. Misses Leolia Black and Freda sink spent a part of the week at Camden attending the Baptist state sunday school and b. Y. P. U., Cox Ventin which is in session their now. Ben Martin and Fern Dodge and misses Eva Dodge and Leah Hudson , game Between Wabash and Earlham at Crawfordsville saturday. Mrs. S. T. Randolph and son Allen t. E. Martin a k. Ingalls Charles Bacon will Nuss Earl Shuler and Beni Martin were in Attica on business monday. Mrs. C. and Little daughter Dottie who have been visiting Walter Crane and family the past week returned to their Home in Danville 111., monday. Mrs. Susan Haas accompanied mrs. Charles Reeves to her Home in Indiana poli Sathe last of the Eek where she will visit for a few Days. Robert Cedars and wife of Terre haute Are Here this week the guests of or. Cedar s sister mrs. Charles Hunning. John Davidson it adj wife of Hillsboro spent saturday and sunday with William sink and family West of town. Miss Lula Jones of Indianapolis came saturday to Sperd a few Days with her father Newman Jones. Miss Carrie Smith of Wingate visited with her i sister mrs. Everette Kay sunday. John Gebhart and wife spent sunday with John Thorn and wife near Mellott. Mibs Grace Riffle visited friends in Morocco the Latt of the week. T. Jbrown trans Aclid business in Covington saturday. Miss Grace Mckinney was in Indianapolis Friday. 250 horses. People. The Dublin Grays. The Black marvelous Eddys monarchs Suprema in tab amusement troupe and 200 other great menagerie containing wild animals from every country. Three band of music. Royal roman hippodrome Many times the biggest and most bewildering production Ever in America. Most stupendously stirring spectacle that human eyes Ever witnessed. De Mccabe and wife took charge of the Farmer s restaurant saturday morning and reopened it for business. Charles be moved tuesday from the Johnson property on Union Street to Williamsport. Ray Hickman has been sick for several Days with chills and is also having trouble with his Back. Thornton Beymer who works at the car Coupler at Attica spent sunday with Home folks. Miss Pearl Hickman was entertained at dinner last sunday by miss Tina Clark. Mrs. J. S. Ennis was in Attica wed Pes Day on business. Kramer. Mud Lavia won from the Rainsville base Ball team sunday 9 to 6. The Lavia band boys furnished the music. This the first time they had appeared in their new uniforms. Charley White returned saturday from an extended stay in Chicago where he has been attending a school of barbering. Mrs. Albert Carlson and children of Jud Yville Are spending the week with her Mother airs. Lida Berky. Mrs. Elwood Simmerman and son Nelson returned saturday from a week s visit with relatives at Peru. George Cameron is improving very rapidly since he has been taking the Baths at Lavia. Air. And mrs. Arch Hartz returned saturday from Peru where they have been living. Or. And mrs. Harry Calton of Terre haute Are visiting relatives Here a few Days. Coming Wren Brothers Texas Stock co. Monday and tuesday May 13th and 14th. Mrs. Arthur Songer is spending a few Days with relatives at Perrysville. Mrs. Anna Caminitti spent a few Days with relatives in Logansport. Joe Rice returned bunday from a business trip to Indianapolis. Fred Allenduff made a business trip to Williamsport monday. Wade Hudson returned tuesday from a visit in Chicago. Walter Ruark spent monday evening in Pence. Homer Mccarty was in Williamsport monday. _ National clerk to wed. Invitations have been issued for the wedding of Ralph Fisher chief clerk at the National car Coupler Plant and miss honour spore of Minerva Ohio. The marriage will be celebrated at the Home of the Rev. P. H. Welsh i Merin Canton. The couple will leave immediately for a Little trip thru Cleveland and Over to North Manchester ind., where they will spend a few Days with or. Fisher s relatives that being his Home town. Upon their return to this City they Willij begin housekeeping As soon As they can get Possession of the House they have in View and furnish it ready for occupancy. Or. Fish Eif has been in Attica for nearly two. Years now and has won the regard of his employers by Industry and ability. In addition he has made a Large number of friends who will gladly Welcome his Bride to the City. Fountain tuesday May 7th was the birthday of mrs. George Hickman and in the afternoon Ehe entertained the ladies of the Christian Church and other friends and a Jolly Good time was had by All As mrs. Hickman is a splendid entertainer. A dish of Beans was placed on a stand in the Center of the parlor and the ladies Given a knife Jard aet to carry All the Beans each one could on the knife to the dining room the one carrying the most would win a prize. Mrs. P. A. Shafer won the prize a can of kidney Beans mrs. Booby prize a handkerchief. Mrs. Hickman received presents and Post cards. Last thursday evening May 2, at the Home of thet Bride s grandparents or. And mrs. A. J. Alkire miss Goldie Watts daughter of John w. Watts was United in marriage to Charles Kalor son of or. And mrs. Kalor. Rev. . Harvey officiating. They Are both estimable Yourg people and Start in life with a Prospect of a Bright and Happy future Fand All their friends extend congratulations. Will Watts and his Bride who spent a few Days visiting relatives at Indianapolis following their wedding Disist week returned to this place saturday evening expecting to make their Home Here for the summer. W. E. Jackson and wife and son Earl of old Kentuck spent sunday with George Hickman and family. Mrs. John Ennis and children spent sunday with Mies Olive Ennis. Real estate transfers. R. M. Campbell amp of. To p. S. Lind ley it al Frac. Cates $250.00. George t. Holder to Mamie r. Holder lots 1-2-3-4 g. Add Attica 1300.00. Millard Klaiber and wife to Etta m. Strouse n. J lot 8 h. Add Attica $650.00 Michael Kraft and wife to John b. Gray lot 57 s. Amp t. Add Attica $475.00. J. H. Smith to America Smith 62 a. Jackson to. $1.00 Mark Inlow amp of. To Jos. E. Reath and wife Frac Yeddo $1000.00. Mary marquess to Mission Board Christian Church lot 133 0. P. Portland Reuben Lough to we. I. Lough lot 8 Fairview add Hillsboro $400.00. J. J. Franklin to John Tamlyn it or blk 92 v. Add Covington $400.00. F. M. Hildebrand amp wife to Flora e. Hildebrand it lot 1 blk 7 Attica $1.00 Mary c. Stevenson to Geo. A. Johnson n. J. Lots 97-98 resurvey Attica $1400. A _ the Dairy ind mistry. Indiana milks about 666,000 Dairy cows valued at $27,000,000 and the total value of the product from these cows is estimated at $36,000,000. The Dairy Industry in Indiana ranks second in value with the leading farm crops being exceeded Only by the value of the Corn crop. Among the live Stock industries of the state the value of the Dairy Industry again ranks very High and second Only to the horse Industry. House cleaning necessities. Dus Toline for sweeping without raising dust. Liquid veneer for dusting Robey s furniture polish and Dustless dust cloths. After you get your House All cleaned up then buy a new piece of furniture or a piano and add to the enjoyment of the . A. Coffing. Notice stockmen. I am now permanently located in Attica for the practise of veterinary Medicine surgery and dentistry with office at the Reece livery barn of Dean Reece d. V. M. For rent. The new store room beneath the Redman Hall at Riverside. The room is x60 feet and is a Good business location. Inq tire of Newt Wheatley at Riverside. 81-2 local news. The Judy amp keys Ford Agency in this City is Selling automobiles rapidly these Days seven having been placed the first three Days of this week. The purchasers were Guy Kerr of Newtown Clarence Johnson of Marshfield John Mccandlish of Attica r. R. 5, Thornton s Auto livery of this City and b. F. Blind of Pine Village. The last car was sold thru a sub Agency at the Village and the sub Agency at West Lebanon also sold two monday both touring cars. This makes 27 new Fords the local Agency has sold this season. Attic ans who visit Chicago need not be surprised when they find Barney Foster behind the counter in the Dearborn checking station. Recently he concluded that he had gone to school Long enough and was old enough to strike out and earn a livelihood for himself. Accordingly he pack his grip left Michigan University going direct to Chicago where a for end had already secured for him the Job in the station. Joe twi is Fred Purnell and Oscar Carlson All have the Bungalow fever and Are busily engaged in poring Over books of plans and studying out the details of the Homes they Hope to build this year. Fred has a Choice location just South of Frank Macoughtry s residence and Joe is figuring on building in Ravine Park addition. Mrs. E. A Bidwell went to Indianapolis monday to remain until Friday with her sister mrs. Nettie Dunn who is expected to return Home with her for a visit Here. J. W. Harrison expects to Start work on the construction of the pattern storage addition to the National Plant with in the next thirty Days. Fred Borst who has been working in Shelbyville 111. Returned Home tuesday. He is undecided yet whether he will return or not. Mrs. William Randall and son Arnold were the guests of mrs. Wesly Sutton of Marshfield wednesday mesdames Tomb and Wilbur Barr of Warren county were Attica visitors wednesday. Miss Vesta Sawyer went to Winthrop wednesday for a visit with miss Effie Wantland. Miss Calla Sims went to Chicago saturday for a visit with her sister mrs. Jack Craig. Ben Poole and de Marlatt were Down from Lafayette sunday to see their girls. A Henry Zoeckler returned to Chicago monday after a two weeks visit with relatives. Ben Martin and Charles Bacon of Newtown were in the City on business monday. Wallace Wade editor of the Mellott Herald was in the City on business monday. Levi s. Levor the Veteran tobacco merchant celebrated his 64th birthday sunday. Miss Anna Spangler went to Shelby Ville iii., saturday for a visit with her father. Jere Hall and daughter Bonnie of near Aylesworth were Attica visitors Friday. John Spangler returned to Shelbyville 111., wednesday after a visit with his family. Mrs. Harry Vandeventer entertained the Kettle drum club thursday afternoon. Roy Hatton spent sunday with his Mother mrs. John Hatton of Williamsport. Mrs. Harry Ferguson of near Williamsport was an Attica visitor monday. L. E. French wife and daughter Clara were Lafayette visitors Friday. S. N. Hinton of near Winthrop was in the City on business tuesday. Miss Ida Greenwood will entertain the monday club monday afternoon. Mrs. John Hushaw of near Beulah was shopping in the City tuesday. Wilford Weigle of Lafayette spent sunday with friends in this City. The Art history club met tuesday evening with mrs. Will Zeigler. Miss Pearl Haller entertained the l. I. W. Club monday evening. George Cowan of wave lend was in in the City on business tuesday. The Fideli ters met wednesday afternoon with mrs. Jesse Baker. Fred Boyd of Williamsport was in the City on business monday. Isaac Myers and daughter Minnie were Attica visitors monday. Mrs. John Linn entertained the j. P. M. Club wednesday evening. Will Sheidler and Gus Schmidt were Lafayette visitors sunday. D. Parnell of Hoopeston was in the City on business monday. Mrs. L. I a Wius of Williamsport spent tuesday in be City. A son was born Friday morning to or. And mrs. Will Bell. Tom Crigler made a business trip to Covington tuesday. Mrs. Otto keys visited Friday with friends in Danville. Jay Mcdermond was in Jud Yville on business Friday. Of Osiee Sims was in Lafayette on business an cakes of All kinds we solicit your orders for cakes and Rolls to entertain the members of your club or other blo Medon t make your Garden until you see our Complete assortment of Flower and Garden seeds grown by several of the Best see men in is also red White and yellow onion sets. We Are Headquarters for fresh and Staple vegetables Newlin amp son Thone 60 let us figure on your orders before you Send them out of we buy All kinds of junk and pay the highest Price As Well As hides lets Wool tallow rags rubber and paper dead animals taken care of free of charge e. Pearlman phone 342 let me shoe your horse i can Stop his interfering and forging. No horse should do either of these if properly shod and if you Are from Missouri i can show you. All that i want is the Opportunity to show you. D. Mahoney 5th Street Horseshoe sold Only by trained Gors Tieres the Spirella Corset selection and fitting done in your own Home. Boned Only with Spirella Benin. Flexible. Kueht sanitary and comfortable. Admits Freaa ent laundering or. Guaranteed one year against breakage or rust. Appointment Arran i a by Telephone or postal card. Miss Lizzie c. Simpkins 503 n. 6th st. Phone 182 read the Spirella advertisements in ladies Home journal Delineator oes Ismor new idea and Vogue. White Rose gasoline amp Coal Oil Vahi the Rose is the Best gasoline on the Market and our Wagon delivers dozens of Gallons of it every Day. We make the trip Over the City every Day and will be glad to fill any orders for either gasoline or Coal Oil. Phone orders to no. 421skelly Bros. Successors to Geo. Boothroyd osteopathy in Thomas a Huffman graduate american school of osteopathy under or. A. T. Still founder of toe science will be in Attica at Noah Weaver s residence ferry and Perry streets. Tuesday and Friday morning of each week to treat chronic diseases. Hours 7 30 a. M to 11 30 p. M. Thone 467 trustee s notice. Logan township. I will be at my office in Weber s tailor shop. 117 Morth Perry Street in Attica from 8 a. I. To 11 p. M. And from 1 p. M to 4 p. M. On tuesday thursdays and saturdays for the transaction of township business. L. A Riggin. Trustee. Or. T. W. Kelsey physician and Surj eon special attention Given to the Eye ear nose and Throat. Glasses fitted suite 1, Central National Bank build intr. Telephone 376 Brier Brothers carpenters and builders work by Day or contract. Repairing a specially. Telephone 39s if you Are sick consult Leiber and yers chiropractors at hotel Attica monday we essay and Friday from 8 . To 11 80 . Consultation or spinal analysis free. Of. Telephone office 244 residence 66 . Beckett . Physician and surgeon. Suite 6, Central Nat Bank old g. J. W. Rhodes dentist office room 7 Central Bank bldg phone 56 Fred so Purnell lawyer successor to i. E. Schoon Otei a Utica Indiana or. A. M. Sullivan pm a Simian and surgeon office Over Mcmahon amp Crigler s Drog store phone 365. A. E. Yount lawyer and notary office Over Haller s drug store in effect since dec. 3.1911 East. No.2 daily. Al 40>iii no. 28 daily .6 20 no. 64 daily except sunday.7 52 no.6daiiy. .11 49am no. 4 daily.1 46 pm no. To daily except sunday. .7 34 p m West. No. 8 daily. 1 22 am no.6daily.8 28pni no. 1 daily.2 66 p m no. 63 daily except sunday.6 40 p n no. 61 dauy.7 81 no. 9 Dally. 9h 7 Covington Branch. Leaves Attica.8.-0e and 8 40 p m so Nivea Attica.11 60 and 6 86 p m arrives govincrton.8 66 a. M. And 4 86 p m leaves covinston.10 60 a. M. And 4 40 p m. C. W. Greenizan Afflit Chicago amp Eastern Illinois ship by a my daily except a n0.26s local North. 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