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Attica Ledger Press (Newspaper) - May 14, 1915, Attica, Indiana Tee Attica Ledger press Ross Brothers pub. Attica Indiana Friday. May 14, 1915. Established 1851-l.-p. Vol 3, no. .33 Attica boy wins laurels and two Gold medals As a Singer Orson Curtis formerly of this City covered himself with glory in High school meet where 25 schools participated. No matter where they go North or suit he Attica ways be depended upon to make Rayl. Mordecai Rayl a former Well known resident of Warren township died tuesday afternoon at Home in Elston where he was proprietor of a general store. His death resulted from a stroke of paralysis which came upon three weeks before. His death has an East West sad feature in connection in boys can Al j daughter mrs. Mont Goodwine of Talbot past away last week and was out Knowles. Owing ,. ,.til -4.1, to condition. Her husband was also what line it is they tackle either. X u r l Gnu a f in a was not told of her death until the latest example of this is Orson l a j f r re after she had been buried. Curtis the son of George c. Curtis who moved from this City to East St. Louis last year. List week he captured two Gold it dds Ani carried away first honors in the Southern Illinois intellectual and athletic meet at Carbon Dale. One of the medals was won for or. Rayl was born in Warren county on february 7, 1868. He was married on August 28, 1890, to Mary e. May of Warren county and children were born to them three of whom with the widow survive Bertha Elsie singing in a boys quartet and the soloist the a brother j Ames Rayl resides South East of Pine Village and he also has $7,500 damage suit settled out of court at a discount Hub Bootlegger fined. Mayor Tom Dotson surprised both Quot wet Quot and Quot dry Quot friends the other Case of James Davis and son is. Fred i Day when he assets a Fine of $5u and Robinson compromised wednesday for less than three Hundred dollars. The damage Euit filed against Fred Robinson by James Davis and Eon Raymond in which they ask damages sentenced to jail for 30 Days the first Bootlegger caught there after the saloons closed. The fellow was f rank Thompson and boldness of operation must have been inspired by the ten year old lad crushed by popularizing Mcdonald Park. Shawnee Mound boy May be log while Hunting rabbits the Tennis court for which the Young the governor of California men of the City collected a fund of of Shawnee nearly a Hundred dollars last week is Wilbur f. Chandler a of forum Brothers. Slated for ube National Freemont Mcclure township killed at Knowles saw Mill last sunday morning. Now under construction in Mcdonald Park and promies to became a very popular resort when it is finish. The work is being done Thorold and the ,.a very sad Accident resulting in the thought that the Cuy administration ten Vear old lad occurred removed and a being replaced sunday Forenoon at Knowles saw Mill. Quot Quot to from the i to the total amount of $7,5 was com i on the Beeker Brown place South of Bunek Plant when mix with saloons in Veedersburg closed vhf does in l a i ,., Fnnnk de and roed Down Thi Nack promised out of court wednesday and to Newcastle Church. About 10 o0 o clock i Rui to own mis pack. Day or last week and their passing was ,., into a Verv hard will be dismiss by agreement. The a. A c. To sunday morning a number of boys of very quiet. By saturday Thompson us u a permanent As Cement exact amount accepted was not made i a a a. A a a a a. The neighbourhood were playing about known by the parties to the Case it it of Quot Quot Mil when a dog that As with j a. Side by ule and led up a per u guards of son with half pints and started to Ped i wire netting. It feet High pack surface As two it Yula Tion is understood to have been Between $250 and i die the stuff out among former fre that were piled in the Yard. The boys this is the suit in which or. Davis i a enters of the barroom. He happen Quot scattered sought to recover damages for injuries de to encounter one fellow who object endeavouring to locate which resulted to son Raymond i de to paying for a half pint and or ,.to. ,.v.,.,when the latter was badly burned last wanted it for a Quarter. They argued i Freemont Mcclure. A other for work As a lot. The july with fireworks which a companion he matter for a minutes and talk Jud Tes graded on a scale of drug loudly that a passerby heard them son of 9, the next contestant be Mcgahan of a Tore. The question of whether or not i and told night marshal Sherer. He ath a heavy saw log. From the to. ,. A near Greenhill and mrs. Hans lev. Of i or. Robinson was responsible for what arrested Thompson and caught a apparent that a Fountain and a few benches the Pine. There were nine boys in the pre Imi the boy had stoop Down to look under will come to he a Verv p h car nary con est m the morning and and a party to the original Sale was one it in the City court Mavor prompt became ing place for the Young folks of that i the daughter of Mark m we la Rind mov of 0 or the jury to determine and was con a a Asl Quot i Quot and Gav a i Quot time in h i Lar 1 a Quot 7 expected to get a Chance to a ing in the oth sides were Days in jail to Ponder Over the evil of instantly. His 1,.year-old. Ven Over wholly to the by . How i nil a is Reserve. Finals. When he did and won first a it ear a or. Kill Nad pro j it was estimated that was i brother was in the group and he ver Arlt i the club could do himself was Burn place Delight was Only by Praetor of the general store at listen a cart Hook and by almost superhuman i a a. ,. I it would Cost i<2.jn or More to defend from this it would appear that the air no. T supt Numan a thing mor practical at this tur. Strength lifted the log so that the than to provide a few swings and before the civil War simple f i aground Yevics Thatte so that m de from this Vici Ity to netting. It feet High and sour. To steel posts will be erected at each end. At the i Uncil meeting monday night the City was ask to pro Viii a drinking Fountain in the Park and the matter was referred to the water superintendent for an it tiny ate of the cot i with these courts in Mcdonald Park progressive Cim Ventini it a . Or. Go idler s Mother and the Mother of the forum Brothers War sifters Inlove of part of the a Cut. It should not he i the pioneers we settled on the old chair by progressive Kepueli cans of state. Wilbur f. Chandler of Fresno. Calif., a Cousin of Mark of. Korum Arl brother of the Community East of 11, is now recognize As of f of the leaders in Californi i and regarded As an certain nominee for the govern ship on the Protr restive Republic in ticket. He is a. Intimate frien i Ard ardent support of Lov. Hiram Johnsn. A i w. The progressive candidate for vice president with in and figured prominently in the National conventions of that year it will be recalled that he visited cousins East of this City before he returned to Home after the Surprise. He Sang Quot the Arrow and since last february and made Many the song Quot by Longfellow As set to friends both in Lafayette and the when the uncertainty of Good league at the Hub Pansuti and the fast a Village where he action was taken into consideration has made its presence Felt and hat simple Plav your Short funeral services were held at would be Veedersburg is going to be really the residence in Elston Tours Ray morn music by Louisiana were so proud of Orson that the choir director of the Church which the curtises attend had song As a Solo sunday evening. His performance was so that the Large audience broke enthusiastic applause even Tho it was at the regular Church service. Up to this time the lad had not even lion a member. F Thi High Scho Muic class Siut the o Lre Tor insisted tha he it once. Aside from Tiree Iiri vate lessons Orson got All r a i Iai in to Public school in Ami when this was explained to those a it o a Niju ired where he trait Iii they run Relod greatly a. Predicted or. At Uinins a r . Be c a net at Carl it ind de Twenty u h schools of that part of Tho rat. Artici rated. Kasl. S. Louis won i in their Eileeta Cor test and a the athletic thus winning the r -. Ictor i i r Llie school. It is n"8 pern Ance i two Gold medals Quot a i the to win and Conse a he is one of the heroes of the school. In of i Riemvis and schoolmates Here that Ledger a Ress Exter is Hearty congratulations and Hopes that he May become Amous enough to get songs into the Victr uld some of these files suit. Howard Holder who went from Attica in january to take a position As superintendent in the Merom factory of the Tishomingo tie and Stone Colas filed suit in the circuit court at Sullivan to foreclose a Mechanic s Lien that company and the Sullivan it Crete tie and store co. Being named As de Pendents. Howard sometime ago retired from position but to press reports from Sullivan he As superintendent was named As one of. The dec Denis in a suit filed by thirty employees of the company. In the suit i services were held at he Veedersburg is going better for or. Libinson to pay this i Quot Jay Quot from now on. Him sing the ing at o clock and at Clu o clock Money to the lad than to expend it in the remains were taken to Talbot Over ligation. And upon this basis the matter was settled. Attorney f. A. Pur it. Life the Lake lie Western Railroad. Final services were held at Talbot and represented or. Robinson and . Interment was made in Locust a Rove Mccabe was or. Dums s lawyer cemetery. I Fowler merchant a drug victim. Mrs. Ann e. Russell. A mrs. Ann a ii Ussel of to Torney Chas. E Whissell and or. L. A. Rus Eil of Hoopeston hi., died at the Preb Titian Hospital in Chicago sat urday , we re the had gone for an Rati Ltd. She Bec Nie Ili Wim c spending the a inter in Florida. She a 7 years of Aye and Vas a i Ativo of Warren county Heen i in in the Vicinity of where Winthrop is now Locatti. She was tie widow of Lemiuel Russ re. Who Dii. D tip in y ars ago. Robert Bates of Fowler a member of til firm of i ates i. Anderson hardware dealers was taken to Indianapolis in the Hope that he May to there of the drug . Lib Tes was Terril y injury Haimut the acc years Alto. When Auto in it i Ile turned Over on Hirn Back being broken. The physic Ian s at the time gave morphine to allay tiie pain and it work in to the Tel Quot it that it formed a habit. Since the new Feil ral Law has Trone i Ito t i act. Prohibiting the Sale of for Many e irs they Liv county Illinois but sine Liti a i been residents of opes on. In addition to the two sons mentioned Ltd of whom Are Well known in Attica and in \ Village Lone of them having married there and the other practise in Medicine the re several years. Mrs. Russell is survived by eight lir others and Sisters r. Vav. Hickman what lives near win Throp i Eter Hickman of Hartley or Lois the drug Pat still pursued by ill Luck. The ill Luck which has Seemel to Lur isue Elmer a Rodgers former editor i and publisher of the Warren Republic j i can is still at heels. After leaving Williamsport he went to Warsaw ind.,and a few Days ago lie a id two i Young daughters were a ured there in an automobile , or. Lodgers and two Dauk hers. 11 with aged ten and Hattie twelve it it Riding in a i Quot Ord Whon he drove to near a i pm Bank Keiit Antl the car Iver tur de Aid roiled Down the Steep let a a. I he two girls were pinioned be ath the car or. Pot Gers was Alyle t l Iree Hinn Seli i and urged on by the Gro ins of the daughters he managed to lift the car up Suzic gently to get them from be-1 m ath it. One of their Quot is is injured i mothers who do not cure to have their was extinct when the Little Hittle one Roo far from Home As fellow was found so Coroner Holly was i Park could spend Many Happy and investigation reveal hours there. The Southwest Corner. F de the facts As related. Mrs. Velma Stakley. Watson Handley. For a a 11, wat on Hind n Quot a in about a Quot cock it t of ii. N it hot a m no a or Chin Dit n n i e arc u f r.fh p e do i has Saif Rcd a great. Feared that he might j Jujj i h id been Hurt internally. The latest reports received by Friet vis at Williams port. Indicate that they Are both re covering nicely. Deal and it was c, some desperate act. Is a pitiable Cuie and he has the sympathy of Many i Man unbalanced. John w. Line a Young Farmer living near Marshfield. Disappeared from Home and several Days later was local web. James of St. Augustine Eia. In St. Louis where he waa wander mrs. Sarah Smalley of St. Petersburg. Ing about and acting so strangely that Eia Charles. Of ,. Mrs. Mary he a take into Cdo y by the p lice. Little of Greencastle mrs. David he was brought to Williams he it and j the Park would be an i Cali j something of this sort and Wou i in the Iii retest interfere wit ii that Quot i o o clock monday evening mrs. Nis courts Quot Elma. Stakley widow of Jacob Vriley Stakley died at the Indiana Tate soldiers Home at Lafavette. Sphere she had been Makinia her Home Ince gut. Hafi been of Fering with cancer the Pat two yearn Ati 1 that disease with co Iudica tons Ari Iii from it a the Cau a of her death. I h a w,-.s held at the Home Aid tiie body was Murieil ther beside that of her husband a. Who Deil in february. Mrs. Stakley was the Dauich or of a Quot wis Towne was i to in. No in most of her Lif Quot was pent i Trici. She is survived by two sons. Carl Holtz and Clayton Stakley both residents of this City. George Twne of Danville Iii., is her brother. Their Mother. Mrs. Lewis Towne died last january. 1 for net ten by Roberta Ter. Near shown Mou d. The family ii and there Wilbur was reared years Aio he went to i no embark in the business fruits. Up Cihir con Grans. Perez anti later when for retd for about it a i i and a Rai ing h. F>r.,s- Pic Rtin y the r. Iker led Oil a dds he g a a Fiir tur a. He a a re wis Verv ear. V Ade i where in Ruth t h a Nigre hot the an 1 h a faithful a c i hath. Ire a i pub but a Vur Quot Ibi Rinc to Unni h it d a was b., a a a re h Dot an 1 i Day it or. Day. In Ter k and a r u ,. R s or Lia idl i Quot the he spent ins brother of a Al with the Quot a. R with Beai rite and the t or and by i a it James Handley last year. Iest in la Jevc Narumi 1 by ther the Youit i in i Quot i survived by he aimed Mother and a i Trier Linroth r. . Who 1. Still at Home. Arra Genu its for the funeral have not to been com Quot Lett i. the arrival of Walter Handley but it is prob afternoon i a Alan to an 1 we re a a it a a a twin by. Who r t. Giant i of r i in a w h i in while w to i f we died in Riloff missions. In. I a rat with a the i an Chr. Srna Luy of Sheldon Iii. And Libert Hickman of Cissna Park 111. Mrs. Russell was an aunt of mrs. Will col Vert of this City and mrs. Mel Akers of Pine \ Village. Declared insane by a commission cached to investigate Bis sanity. He was sent to the state Hospital at Indianapolis for treatment he in said to be a Young Man of excellent habits devoted the funeral was Hehl at Hoopeston to Bis wife and child and Case is a acid notable in that the very sad one cortege Consi Ted of sixty two Automo Biles headed by a motor Earse. Safely gets dispatcher s Job. Kuhn will make address. W. A. Safely recently secured a Lav the Rev. Thomas h. Kuhn. A minis air from work in Iowa and with i Ter and Well known Public speaker has wife went to Atascadero California i been chosen by the committee to make with the intention of a finding the the Ardress on the occasion of the coun summer on a vacation there what re he to common school graduation in Ravine Able that it will be held the had what be thought a soft t map Park May 27th. Or. Kuhn is a Mem Ingin the band at a popular a Hing Ber of the state Board of Public a miss Ethel l . Daut her or. Beach. He had Hardin got Sef led Down i counts and is a political speaker of some Ard . J in Labaw. Of Nar to business when he was c Ifred 1 note. He also makes a specially of Bull. And Alfred m. Crowell. On of commencement addresses and has also mrs. R. M. Crowell of a a been retained for the Covington High married May it by Rev. H. L. Bacley. The Bride has been u successful teacher in the Quot Shawnee town will Bender of Davis township was. Hip schools for a number of years. The Groom is a Painter. Two want divorce. Flora Krause thru her 4th at Meharry s Grove. Arrangements Are being made for an Wolfi time fourth of july Celebration to be held at Meharry s Grove. The which he has filed or. Holder asks has topic grounds were establish for a judgment for $3 o for labor and a Hus j Trio tic purposes about in when Abra trials . Cruel treatment Ham Lincoln was first elected president or. Holder was Here for a Short time i a failure to provide Are alleged As i a Quot of the United states. Several govern last week visiting relatives before he a rounds for the Legal separation. She United states senators and one returned to Danville and took up work Zygg a the her Mother in Shawnee vice president have address Large As for the c. Amp e. I. In elite of All the i township and her husband is in Michi Semb Lages there during the past fifty 4.u�?z in i years. Several committees on speak Harry e Bartlett is also asking for i is. Quot usic decoration entertainment a Severance of the ties that bind comforts and privileges Are Busy at work in an Effort to make the gathering a great Success. Vicissitudes the Tishomingo co. Has encountered he still thinks that the Concrete tie is a practical proposition and will ultimately prove to be a Good thing. He made a number of them when he was in charge of the Merom factory and he declares that it is almost impossible to break one of them. The Day he retired he received an order for 100 of the ties that were to be tried out in practical use on a Railroad. Or. Holder agrees with the consensus of opinion that or. Cozart is crooked and robbed the stockholders. The present managers he asserts Are without Money and it is that combined with Cozart s record in the courts that has put the company on the visitors at alumni banquet. The High school alumni held a business meeting monday evening and the cited to have the Mayi i la. They also dec Ideal not to invite and have none but Mern birr present at the banquet. The a Rice of tickets will be the same As usual a Quot. An the r business meeting will be held monday evening in the merchants club r of at 7 110 and any members who Obj it to these Are a it to be present to discuss the matter Nadine Jacobson entertained a number of her Little friends wednesday afternoon at the kindergarten in Honor of her sixth birthday. In marriage to Mary e. Bartlett Jud Yville on statutory grounds. Of so one that will be rear Odud in Attica May 27th a Job As dispatcher fur the Rock Island at Des Moines and he included to Niass up the band vacation Beach school graduation and All and take it. Quot everything is line in California Quot he says Quot but. A i a ,.11, in Attica tuesday on business there s no place like Good old Lova. I in View of the fact that Iowa is so much like Indiana that one can hardly j Tell them apart old friends in to Tica will forgive this apparent Dis j loyalty. At any rate they re glad to know that he s making Good. J. Frank m Dermond store celebrates 25th anniversary till ple Tore above simis the Gradi Iati a that Palici paced in the Cornu Noemi it i a it in this City june 1, 11 12 As the appeared marching thru the streets on their Way to Liavine Park a acre they a late address by p. P. Claxon u. S. of education. An Ltd Chas. A. Greathouse superintendent of Jiu Blic instruction of Indiana. The Caps and gowns worn on that occasion were Black but those now used Are Cadet Gray. There will be about 17.5 graduates for the commencement to be held in this City May 27th.Shawnee sunday school convention. The annual convention of the sunday schools of Shawnee township was held sunday afternoon at Beulah Church and proved very successful. The program consisted of addresses by mrs. Frank Nave on Quot missions and children in the sunday school Quot Rev. Chas. Howard on Quot the relation of the sunday school to the pastor s work Quot remarks by county Secretary Mcknight instrumental music by misses Irene Galloway and Hazel Marlatt and songs by the Fountain male quartet. As officers for 1915 Elba e. Brown was chosen president George m. Foster vice president and miss Linda tee Clark Secretary. The attendance was Good and the interest shown was an inspiration to the make poor farm self supporting. According to the Covington Republican the present superintendent of the county poor farm Frank Hull is ambitious to make the farm self supporting and to raise on the Dace practically everything needed by the 1j inmates of j the institution. The vegetable and truck gardens this year Are larger than j Ever before and even tobacco is being i planted to Sav the county some sex i Fitense. As economically As the inmates of the place Are supported it would a Lear that it ought to be easily possible to make the 27r.-acre farm yield enough by the Aid of the inmates to More than balance accounts at the end of the year. Thus far it has never done this and if supt. Hull can do it he is to be commended. It. that Ellie Iii n 1111 e. Deriv ailed. The Bix Iii Earl ii t is i i. F Lii a a Iii Der it la Quot be i a o k a Lle Muco If tie which i it been carried Oil Nie la i a ills i .1. W. Or had Laid the i for is ill a Small was and from a i b i Hood j. Frank had Licen Iii innately associated Ith so that it it Ould truly be said that he was reared in the Bil Pliess. A Poi Lii it death of i t Mathei in 1-m� the sole of Iier ship j and Mariag Emerit passt d to and it j has been life Werk to developed tiie j l Siuess handed Down to from a j Worth Sii c and to the name of melt tool i ,-1 idea. Hom wr1 for Miles in \. Iair Tiou f 1 Mil Attica. Iii the. Ter n f a 11 it Ryti lie h be a i in b he.-, a. .\1 1. Him 1 1 it a t 1, a 1 i e1. 1 a. Ltd 1 \ a a a a. M i i Chance for Loca by per stent Cara Tiari Sund in Choc Reachert an aerie Quot cd that of an of e of the City even to a in a Orrei Atli is. At s twin cd lol a i j a in att nmn a methodist 171, the u it. 1 117, the Presby Teri u. -7, the fre methodist. And the s. N h Luther an Quot. This has a total of Quot i get whom probably one third including of tigers and teacher Are a inlets. Thus it a Peiris that Only children Are in att Fidanc Tho there Are Childr to Between the Ages of six an i no to Tica. And yet there Are a half mis tonary societies in Utica Colbet ing to St and to . H Iii other fit reign lands 1new theater opened the orpheum., the new moving Elc Ture House launch under the m of Chase Mcdermond Oner de wednesday evening and Attra Ted a Large crowd which was highly pleased with the new theater. The room has been very attractively decorated and is seated with2m Plush upholstered chairs arranged in three sections with three chairs to each Row. This is a Welcome innovation As it permits Thoie who leave during the Progress of the How to get out without tramping Over the feet of others in the same Row. The mechanical Etsu piment is the latest improved and brings out everything there is in the film. The machine will the operated by Harry Kittle miss Betty Murphy will preside at the ticket Tolice and the music will be furnish by miss Rufh Vanreed and will Tinsman. But Iii in ii business has from a Small Wilry oeds Storo to a depart edit set Rof depart Ilu ii w i in ii Ili eludes. By at Lull Oft he an ii i i a a m r Mali Ermiel is mailing out thin Isabel of Cin ulars this i of a by Sale Begaii Aisig in new front. Wallace Haworth monday began work on the improvements to be made in the Sterling building now the Home of the f Ord Agency for p Mountain and Warren counties. The lower part of the front is being torn out and is to be replaced with plate Glass windows that will give the building a More modern i appearance and will permit a View into j the show rooms and Ollic of the Agency. There will be two Large want Iowa each feet wid in front and one at the South Side la feet. The of per part will be tilled with prismatic Art Glass and after they Are compile Ted be a will be Hung a i that residents will Carce y Kiima the place when the Alt rations Are a an plated the entire build Iii 1 t i lie painted if manager keys Etle on what Coler he wants to paint unsound mind. Melvina Ellis wife of Tom Elliis. Of this City has been declared a person of unsound mind and will be taken to the Central Hospital for the insane at Indianapolis for treatment. She is thirty five years old and a Little Over a year ago was stricken with paralysis which affected her mind

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