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Attica Ledger Press Newspaper Archives May 28 1915, Page 1

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Attica Ledger Press (Newspaper) - May 28, 1915, Attica, Indiana Tips 1attica Ledger press Ross Brothers , Indiana. Friday May 28, 1915. Esta bushed 1851�?lp. Vol. 3, no. 35eller Slippery As Bob Green Pine Village forger takes desperate Chance and from window of a fast train on his Way to Attica later develop events indicate that the total of his forgeries will amount to near three 1 Housand dollars. Americus Buckel or the Pine Village Man who Jumpt his court Bond in Warren county recently and failed to appear in court to answer to a charge of forging than. Pearson s name to a Sale note was captured on a farm 20 Miles from Detroit Friday but escaped that night while being brought to Williamsport by Clair Rhode Mem Ber of the Pine Village horse thief detective association. They were aboard Wabash passenger train no. 3 the time. was about 1 0u a. M. When a ller ask the officer s permission to go to the toilet. This was granted him and when he did not return in a few minutes the officer went after him but found that he had Jumpt from the train. The escape occurred in the Vicinity of Clymers and no clue to the Man s whereabouts hns since been found. Investigation showed that Eiler had lock the door then raised the window climbed out and swung off thai moving train. Eller i Tho Man who came to this City Atter in hair Beer Rele Ait under Stum Bond and Soi j a team of Muu ii Quot a Marlatt Quot using the Ikey he received to Makhi gets Ca Quot. Aaron Larch of Tab Heki the m a to eur. The team an i As Eoin Ashi. Efi of i a a Hijra to a a i too c of . W. The on c to Hurt l superintendent a. Xvi to s ,. Cd a a Ai m itt Arete perversion of memorial Day. In Waynetown three fraternal orders will unite with the citizens in observing memorial Day. To our mind this is a perversion of the Day which was set apart and dedicated As a time to Honor dead veterans of the civil War. has always seemed out of place to eee people decorate the Graves of their dead upon that Day As if to drag them in Public notice to which they were not entitled. This has come to be such i a custom that has resulted in making j very near impossible to secure enough j Flowers the Graves of the veterans i while scores of other Graves Are Heap de High with Flowers. Possibly those who do had not thought of this phase i of the practice but the decoration of any other grave than that of a Soldier j on memorial Day detracts just that much from the prominence and Honor intended the grand army of men whose patriotism and sacrifice saved the Union from disruption and made possible this great american nation whose Freedom and privileges we enjoy i today. I decorate the Graves of your dead if you please to but do any other Day of the year rather than next sunday j that is the soldiers Day and As such should be kept sacred to becomes machine Salesman 1 James a. Newman proprietor of the Attica shoe repair co., has secured a position As travelling representative j a Boston shoe machinery manufacturing company and will leave Attica monday . Paul Minn to take his work. His territory will include All of Northwestern Canada West of Winnipeg and a part of the Northwestern tier of states in this country. He is More or less familiar with tha Terri tory. Having spent several years in i and knowing the country As he does considers a very Rich Field. Mrs. Quot Newman has been in . Paul the past three attending her sister who is ill. And . And the two Daugh ters who will leave with their father monday a will take their residence there. Or. Newman will retain his shop in Alica and has priced c. Fol Cher. Who recently Altio i Bruni \ i Derst Quot org in charge As . Or. I sch the to Quot. The. City to a Quot Chirt with Quot Rush a Jen Start i Quot in l has in dui g very fast a w re changes in teaching Force. The Sci Ami d Cir just Vinsin Sci ii a Stacie Seal o n in i Vyvy a Ltd i or. Tic i Nduati id ass \ As the a or Itiat tic so Diode Lias yet Jiro dui and the Sinai . this week indicate that there has Lieen Lui Ilia Only loud Iid d Ine and Only a few a i a failed l a to the sin i be 1 in Giadys. By pleased with results was Sujit. Mullinnix and the Sidi ind Stmard that the Entile Tench ii Felce was the ii a. Isi in next year and most of then Hae info anally Aici Ted the off cd. I Wii Ines Ilien of the his Sid idol of Cully a Al l a ii i tons in 1 i a i cities did is a l in la 1 do that k will Mit return. I in in , Iio i is j suede an. Ice Inalie of i or Donn tics Ltd be. Has announced her intention to let ii e a Roni Ai ill to take i. M. I. A. a i he a ill to Lii. Menu a Quot or i Shuw who be. I a i Oei the k a 1 e r e t e this your Willii cd . Will he retained in Bluit j Osi Tiou net year. Altho is Lei stood that he will Liae her name in e that Tinie. Thine Ai Enow l l Teir Ier . Yed in the he Al ii Scho d Ami g. 0. P. Love feast. I s. True i. the Nominationi-., Fen a on the be ludic a 1�?�c�?� in tiie Kintli District. And Hon. Ide Viry. ,uindida1e the Arney Leneral on the same ticket in a rebuild inn to a East we like Uay l Etui. Ruite-1 state Senater v. Sher . Olliie i a the a Vinci Ial Jenke. Ii a a hire in l Enthis Jia tie Nie Tiu to Quot a Quot i a a. Be pm in the i ii in of i eau Itie be 1.1. The Hau Juet met eau Imide and Nuu relied a a i l by the till Al. There Ether r Keie Quot Quot. Luwill unite in memorial. Class of 147 in h tiie i Eveo robbed his Lete tie i to Lam. F of h l is the att use in suede or. Kli to if All of w Hom w Ere . . In Ilei Lieut except t. Iiall.i\\a&-. red i n. E1 1 the of m. A l ers. a be. W Wilher Hannan and &Quot.uiit. 1 Aito Mary Haas \ t to. ,.,., let Avi. A a cd 1. M Insa. j fit a m a i., a of 1 a m. Or. La s. Me ,. 11a.-, i ,-. M Quot to h r 1 i . R .a.h,s. Graduates record class _. To Ltd \ ii Tor Allnut. Mari ii to. I Ehia 1 county graduating exercises held in Ravine Park. Good crowd attends in spite of the threatening weather one a a a a a. Am a Quot Are a v. I a Quot quote. I luuk. A. Ndoc Iuliu. A Quot a , Hutu ret 1,. A r s. A a a if s a u-., a i a. Ltd a Quot r. a Quot Quot Imti Quot to Whu i a a .Lau,.-. Ii Eilas Mad a ii A. A. 1 a t in a me a m mill.-, . Vau ii ii a Watunan, Arr in 11 a 1. Let a a Llu a. A Ckliym. R. In leu. Or 11, e. her.. Hanyu. I a Liziie Thaul 1 .u a a Auli a. a. . Wiik 1 a u . A a a f a 11. A m a a 1 Long i recession of Raudales in Cap Quot Quot a Quot . I. Mai. A a a to a . A a i. -7, and proves interesting Parker. Tuu . . Day i of. Feature. A address by to lid. Ilem. R Tavier no .1 in of id a a a f. Ii. Kuhns. A Llu. Fere. M, i. Ver a i. L d i. Am a. I. Fri h Idip. .1. L . A a a a a 1 a iia v w to i. U k i a. Khz. A Quot a. Id i a Quot ,. / sh., Al I Kat d 1., quote. A a a a Quot. A a Twenty six Young people Given diplomas Friday . . Washburn of . Made address on unusual theme musical Nuht Tsofi the Pronini cd to the 1. I i lit f of the a Quot tuis Iofi and of f.rijoy- my ii a meat of 1 a Gnu. U f Laii to Lam in tis e in Xerva respect and the pro r a ii . A t thru exp try a j.Laa-\vliii the first if a ofra.i is a i in la a \ f. 1. T Rabat a a out wac. Loim . A pm raw wind in. A i ill m a a f a i a j. A i Lui de Kil Xuy i a a is i la Atria Quot a. Idea a Bea Laa. T. hmm 1 aim -. U to Quot i a a d a la.-. Was be leu . . Are Neth \ Quot . Kulii . A id a. a m. pm to. C of d sri I id t he ill in to �1. \. ,.1.1 Fuji Hamm. Mal cd 1 Gnu aude fifth. U aug cd t in l 1. Aim i there or Tim i ,1 i f Hillh Eek , of r i a. a i the Laiu . In be autism i. A 1 a Quot in. 1rivici la in , Sofii a �.�.h.u-. A to entertain a . E of Thea Etta Ilaa 1\. I 1 a a of. A a niger Ial Dull. Reali i Itiat ,u., i a to Quot of .�?�1,1 the to Wak.Lau i . Miu the time Oil tie stret, a d l till a cd i in i of the 11. D a a Royal. For l l of i Uliuli Luai i. Of 1in Kirl the Ruif l a. . Via Ilung Kii. Of e . F with Lla Ai a. U -. Feu a a. . The Gnu la the l a Lankiu Quot to e r a a a cuts. I to on i Eidal if. Lown Tiki Koval. a. A a Viaud largest Hoosier wheat Field. A i . K.u.-. A. 7 Aeau la ,ii,-. Fly Tiuis of Quot k a a Ihk Ilei w. I ii Ai. A r. Us a a a Kkt la a of a Mer r l. R 01 Elk the d. Fyk v. I Alf. \ Quot w a Kiki m i k a . f. Ela m k 1. \ i m. Bei jul Freu 1, Kui y Davis family in thrilling accede Tama r in stub in. a �m.1 a a k Fla i. Vun a a Quot. . K a i sett. A a. I i a. A. U not cd. M oth m Ciuta. Car i ifr.-.-u F tic j Lulu the a �ui3 Chi and is disc. D to of ivc a the cd ifuatticans Cross Sands to Mystic shrine. Attica we Wei represented brith in number and the character of i s re resent Tivus i in the la e class of a on that was taken the hot Sands to Mecca and admitted to the Mystic shrine Indianapolis Friday a night. The class was the largest Ever received in the state one time there being candidates. The Attica of roup included mayor lived Fred s. Purnell Chas. J. Haller Milton Harmon Carl Rice and Jack Haas of Kramer. Or. Frank Holmes an old Attica boy was the manager in chief of the great function and on every hand there was evidence of his ability and of the great popularity in which he is held in the capital City. He showed his loyalty to his boyhood Home by presenting mayor Reed to the great assemblage As Quot the Man who has been mayor of Attica 23 this introduction brought a Salvo of applause which almost forced or. Reed to make a speech but he escaped by acknowledging the Honor with one of Bis Cheste Fieldian attic an dead. After an of Beveral months duration with a complication of Dieases, Jesse Barcklow firm of Middleton Barcklow Arai wife of Lafayette died the Home of his parents saturday night. He born in this City july i a 18 j3 and moved with his to Lafayette several years ago. Or. J5arck-Jow was a grandson of James Mosier of this City. He is survived by his parents and one sister mrs. Anthony Stehle who also lives in Lafayette. Rev. A. K. Briggs pastor of the West Side methodist Church conducted the funeral which was held tuesday morning 10 o clock. Interment was made in Springvale cemetery. F. Ral car T ii Juth my. Niu. V f in car a Ratu ,1 i Vili or Or. In Viu j cd r the kit i our a aiding iric a i and or. I Avi their j a or Ivan Ami i miss deaf i imprisoned in i a. ice Minond -. Lev a -. A Tura d a a in a or. A Quot. .13 n a a a laugh a. Toj a. A do John Scheidler and Sisters misses Anna and Freda of Greensburg Are ests of their brother in this City. Hind Thern Arai he and will i hurried j their Sci if and to the or a prise of All found after they had been gotten out that All had Esca Jil injury. The former brought the party to this City and then took or. Davis Home. The top of the car was Brokett and torn the steering wheel broken oif and the fenders Bent but otherwise Little damage was . Gilbert Mcdonald dead. Mrs. Flora Mcdonald wife of superintendent Gilbert Mcdonald of the City Light and water Plant died shortly after Midnight last night after an illness of 11 weeks. She was years of age and was a daughter of mrs. Ellen Black of Newtown. She was an excellent woman and the whole City will sympathize with supt. Mcdonald and his family in the loss that has come to them. In addition to the husband leaves four children Flora Eleanor Catherine and Gilbert and four others have proceeded her in death. The Furi eral will probably be held sunday. Ii Tony glutting has been promoted by j the Wells Gargu go and leaves a saturday afternoon a. Wayne j where on Monray he will begin work As j clerk the Dlice maintained by the j company in Wahah depot. Tony a induitfious and faithful and his friends predict that this a but the of a series of advancements that will i ensue. A. E. Lipton will succeed hit i in the Dlice Here Maurice Yahrou a will take tip Jon s place As night Man j and Limbert Forte will drive the Wagon. Miss Louella centring entertained misses Emma Glawson of Newtown Dessie Talbott and Ada counts of Bethel and Mary Reynolds Mabel Ellis and Ella buckles of this City a slumber party the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Axtel westering saturday night. M u , m -. ,i y Isle my or or in. Ruiu Ink r by Frickm id i., Lucman in Thein of a Al 1 a Quot be Heine a ail he . �?�.�. Ii make their Hume inti Day. a he Are . In Oie a Kut \ is Mir Del with the Ull comments i a 1 1 to i a o n of a r a. To &-0 Timeir l friends join wish Ine Plieni i Lippy Hiya on the Mincer to Kin a a a w hich they Ai e tune Parkin so mass meeting. A a its iu.-. Jul in the Teia of Tutti iry of Ikumi w do in tie Ltd Rit i sum i a Enin a 7 1.&Quot of the will i no or ices a v i. T a other Idini Duth if . U i c be a i be Quot i la ,. To .�?�, i Tail a. W. Kkt ,of to m in ah. F If . . Of a i m Al 1 a kit Quot i . F Hru 1. M 1. A. W. J ii. Uni >1, -�.�. A a Ike a. Lila to a a i. U i Quot Iio i name net. I a e. 1 l d k e 1. A 1 m a a. I u,."i Only in Trio their i a a i.,-. A a a i univ ilsim.i, did Eliil. I j. 0 tie. is to maintain Niela. Al a Quot a in Ali ill result in Ila of the Lii Haws so that Faie Ait Victory the not uulli� Hoot leg is a a i l ooh ,. is. Mies Gervaise Bertrand of near Oxford a spending the week with her aunt mrs. Rosa Polk. I a Quot. I Lui Tau. U i v and a. A Lati to be Ai i \. Iua. A i. ices till Rem a i a to re i e h a s a Celuia Rei h the a a e to a . Use e idua1e Ami the. Llee that in Tiea Tion Hov to i Only in a cry a a Mhz arsons to win f inc. Ith a Hidi Sidi ool one has on cilia no in of i in. I Holle i training one in ilk a Jineal f to the of tin Aii l Enid and firm a them to pursue their .stu.& ther in spite of All s. Fire its w Ere i Deil Toto Kereji their Ohki in school ill 0--. The Chiss of a.iu.utes he . I As the m Ait. . Kim stain Quinty Proda. this Cir speak of Colle a a Tiou be a i out a . Two Ais More to Nur preut Hil shool to a i1 n Euy l get Kiel Eji a 1k to Mimi cd. Clui Tieti i Dit ski 1 i f Rem i m i m a ind . A til a of Jiu a i e Tor i. Nat i Ali a in.Lau. A a. T Jiu Ili. H Kp� to a Kiu or Everial minute. I .i. Ai. I til eau . S re Ltd a a a a Fiat s i ii ans to ii Aii ii i Lea of in Iiley a i Hur i m the 1. T i r i of -. his a a Mei the in the in As no sm-.-s sm. wild c wild to Tialii without later a one 1 the chorus the ii Plomas Ocie . .1 a. A Fiven Eoo a Ciu Ivity of so leads i Little Attica girls efm i ook Helen be or a eral Dixie Yan Lune , j Vail is , Ceta May Scheidler nera Byers and Katherine Colvert. Another by the local news the i run be ii of the sufi. Renae Ai swedish Futh c Hureh was had in this a in monday and tuesday. Rcv. A. F , formerly a past in Here delivered a Tine Sermon monday , a did Ais Rev. Wester Ierg of i , ilk in. The evening. Rev. In Nelson of Rankin and Rev. Fryckman of Gibson City had charge of the services tuesday. Rev. was accompanied by his wife and daughter Ruth. its meeting monday night the City Council discuss the first draft of a new to Alec ordinance prepared by the City attorney the regulation of vehicles of All kinds on the streets of the City. The ordinance includes some very stringent regulations and after some i discussion was ordered printed that j councilman might have an Opportunity to study its provisions in detail before the next meeting. Or. And mrs. Robt. Milligan left tuesday Kansas where they expect to spend a month or so visiting relatives and friends including two of or. Mil Ligan s Brothers one of whom resides Baldwin and the other Edna. In addition to these the Milligans will visit in Kansas City Coffeyville and Little River and May go on to Denver colo., if the spirit moves them and they Are not tired of visiting by the time other plans Are carried out c. L. Steinburg the Well known Kingman Clothier has rented the Beas room formerly occupied by Chag. Loeb and to a and will open a clothing and furnishing store there Early month. Everett Hannah yesterday bought the Workinger Art store and took immediate Possession. Or. Workinger intends to spend the summer recuperating his health but has not completed his plans. Miss Bernice schermerhorn is spending the week with friends in Chicago. Miss Wilson of Terre haute is Here visiting her sister mrs. Okie Jeffers. Will distributes Large Fortune. W. A f m of a att. R of Stt util in i my Quot. I ilk m -. D. Had. In j i in my the. I .-stilt.miu a Viu. We tit. R of alarm e Efko l in Kina Muty allot Iiili, ."x.-. Tuii l our i Bluit is in to i the will the i eld the p i Ai i .-.ju. To. A will to Hien i Rauk fat. , w Hoar the principal a A Diri. Jul r til w f flow jul auses wer i Kyt in i to that Frel Yter inf a Imundi of kit of l anon to Tutaj a . Tery. A Quot to w. To. Lulue Mancari . Of to k.,.,f-. Kre Tieu of to .-e.i. To s 1. .11. 1,1 iia i in i lieu of a , . Rit a i l a i . of. 1 a to Quot Fth i a a to Quot of l a w of .le,., a. To1,.t l a a ik&Quot. the. I i1 Ofa ii E. Ai a u f to e a r of Maui a �?�,.-l tie Pri in ure of of. Fri. A. Quot tirs to Frk 1ii. F. A Precoda i a i a. _ Ai u..-.i m rho was i ,. a U&&.&Gtl .-Che,-.tra.hub Drys win Victory. I k v 1 ii a Quot Al Quot a. Ait. A i to mu.la\ treat.& an i a Lieut Iole me Ehric Niu in til Muic ro. of the i Lionel by mrs. Let Amfoy, of Kenton. Ohio we i a c harming scotch Story. Mrs. Mccoy and her husband Are guests the sanitarium this week. She has been 011 the Chautauqua platform and was out several seasons the Redpath Bureau. In Ikea u., a link a Velett to ii ii Tea i of Ltd Lor 1 rec but h Nettei Wipt. To. Ent. To theties this sort of act i Rei painful the Lili of a Li. k neglected this and time Doin past. The use thus had to standing in court and the wets attorney Noah Teegarden himself moved to dismiss the action

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