Attica Ledger Press in Attica, Indiana 23 Nov 1911
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Attica Ledger Press (Newspaper) - November 23, 1911, Attica, Indiana
Blue shoes the highest Type of footwear c More study More painstaking care and More skill Are expended in the designing of Selz Royal Blue shoes than any other shoe in the world. Every desirable Quality found in other shoes is accentuated in the Selz Royal Blue shoes in a superlative degree. They Are More than the Best. They Are the Best of the Best. T if you really want the shoe that stands for the highest ideals the shoe that is classier More elegant than the finest shoe you have Ever seen the shoe that is going to show your foot at its Best you want Selz Royal Blue shoes. So profuse is the style variety that no matter what costume you Are sure to find a Selz Royal Blue shoe to harmonize with it perfectly As if made to order All the smartest novelties of the season in leather and fabrics Are to be had in Selz amp cos Selz Royal Blue store How about rubbers Selz guaranteed rubbers . P. Nave wins horse suit. Charles Milford and a. P. Nave won a suit in the appellate court saturday that establishes a Point of Law that will be of interest to breeders of the state. The suit was begun about three years ago and has dragged along until this time awaiting the time until the court could reach it. When or. Nave was importing and Selling Percheron horses at Walnut Grove farm he sold to a Man named Powell of Miami county a Percheron stallion. The Bill of Sale As is customary included a contract warranting the fecundity of the horse to the extent of fifty percent and providing that in Case Hallet amp Davis pianos is the Price of the Best piano too High the fundamental principle of Hallet amp Dayis construction is and always has been to make the Best possible piano yet the world has moved since the first Hallet amp Davis was made in 1839, and our High manufacturing science to Day does much to keep the Cost of these Superior instruments Down so that one of these pianos is within reach of the average music Lover. Consider the Price of the Semi colonial Model known As style a $365. Where else can you get such value As this the highest Grade of pianos first we have the finest piano factory in the world every modern labor saving device secondly we have been making pianos since 1839, and these years have taught the science As nothing else could thirdly an ample capital allows us to buy All materials in Money saving quantities. We feel our 72-year record our endorsements by the great artists speak for themselves. What we think music lovers want to know is that they can afford a Hallet amp Davis piano. Come and see the new designs of these a Agni Focient pianos. Old pianos taken in Exchange. Buy a piano for Muj and enjoy the music All along Winter evenings or if no one plays the old one Trade it in on a Quot virtuoso Quot Hallet amp Davis. Piano benches music cabinets. He failed to measure up to this Standard the purchaser was privileged to return the animal within a specified time in Good health and receive therefor another stallion of equal value. A few months after the Purchase the horse died while in Possession of the purchaser and he refused to pay the notes alleging that it had been demonstrated that the horse did not come up to the guaranteed Standard. The Miami circuit court found for the purchaser holding that Law protected the purchaser against barrenness and the contract did not preclude the purchaser claiming any other Protection to which he was entitled aside from a the contract. The appellate court reversed the Miami court setting Forth in its opinion that Quot one who purchases a horse for Breeding purposes upon definite contract of warranty and providing what purchaser shall do to Avail himself of warranty must follow the terms of the contract or pay the notes executed in payment for the stallion. 2 the contract and warranty providing for Relief does not exclude other Relief. 3 contracts Are construed As against the one contracting when there is ambiguity. 4 when a contract and warranty for the Sale of a stallion provided that the Relief in Case the stallion was not prolific should be that the purchaser should return him and receive another stallion but the stallion died in Possession of the purchaser he could not set up the barrenness of the stallion in answer to a suit on the notes. The contract being certain and definite must raise Lemons. Floyd Gustus who recently resigned his position As chauffeur for the Indiana Springs co. And went to Kissimmee Fla. Has sent to his brother Charles a Bunch of Lemons which Are on display among the Fountain county products in the Central National Bank window. Wilbur Gustus an elder brother has been Down there for two or three years and the boys have been putting their savings into a piece of land there which they bought with the intention of ultimately making it their Home. The Lemons sent were gathered from a Grove on a farm adjoining the place which the boys own and show the possibilities of their land. They Are planting the land in Lemon Trees and in time expect to be Able to hand Lemons of their own raising to anyone they choose to. J. A. Coffin broken Side Rod injures fireman. While the train was running at the rate of forty five Miles an hour the Side Rod on the right hand Side of the engine pulling Wabash train no. 50, the accommodation from the West due Here at 7 34 p. M., broke near West Point monday evening script the right Side j of the engine demolished the cab and injured Albert sties the fireman. The Engineer escape injury but he was forced to abandon the splintered cab and seek safety in the Gangway Between the engine and tender. The revolving Rod made it impossible for Engineer Preston to reach the lever and the locomotive dash on uncontrolled until it was cheeked by the plunging Rod. Fireman sties jumped when the Rod came crashing thru the cab and was Folind a Quarter of a mile West of the Point where the train was Stop. His head was Cut and his Back badly Hurt. Passenger train no. 5 Stop at West Point and took the injured fireman to the Hospital at Danville iii. His injuries Are new in cookery. The latest discovery in Domestic science is the remarkable new system of cooking brought out by m. Nicholas Soyer of London England known As Quot cooking in paper it is claimed that the system is labor saving doing away with the washing of pots and pans that it keeps the smell of cooking from pervading the House that it makes every dish More Savory and nutritious than is possible with the pot and pan system of cooking that it is economical the food weighing practically the same when drawn from As when put in the oven that it makes possible hygienic cooking utensils being employed and that it Means quicker cooking lower fuel Bills As a consequence and because of better cooking better divorce from Bird Man. Albert Sanders the Jackson township Man who has a worse Case of aviation fever than j. Frank Mcdermond or. And George p. N. Sadler combined has been made the defendant in a divorce suit filed by his wife Daisy Sanders. Albert is a poultry Man and on his farm in Jackson township raises More poultry than any other resident of Fountain county. Since he got the desire into his head to be a real Birdman he has spent much of his time at an aviation school and has neglected both his wife and his chickens the complaint that she has filed setting Forth that he has frequently left upon her the whole responsibility of feeding and caring for Over three thousand fowls. The couple married nine yes is ago and until Albert developed the desire to be a High flier they got along very Well. Mrs. Joe Larkin of Independence was shopping in the City fruits and vegetables. The Winter storage question on the farm admits of considerable difference of opinion judging from the practise in use. There has in recent years originated very positive objections to storing fruits and vegetables in cellars under living rooms owing to the tendency to irregular temperature and the disease contaminating influence of the decaying vegetables fruits Etc. This however will admit of Mueh improvement and remedial measures depending upon the Tures for the basement or cellar when building. The cellar does not necessarily have to be a dark Damp Illy ventilated place suited to the Breeding of All kinds of germ disease. The cellar House of any kind should be a dry we 11-ventilated, airy apartment of cemented floors Walls and ceiling. The cellar should be divided into apartments for the storage of the different classes of perishable articles separate and the introduction of fresh air so arranged As to admit much or Little so the temper nature of the various rooms May enjoy just such degrees of heat or cold As the demands of the articles stored prove very serious. Charles Shipps and b. J. Parker of Oxford who were Hurt nearly Ludepen Dence thee weeks ago when or. Shipps automobile overturned with them while of their Way to Black Rock Are recovering from their injuries altho neither has been Able to leave his Home until this week. For a time it was feared that Charley would lose the sight of one of his eyes but within the last ten Days the vision has cleared and this danger is now past. Or. Parker s injuries were More serious than thought at first but fortunately will not leave him permanently crippled in any . Assn. At Veedersburg. A new building and loan association is being organized in the Hub. The articles of incorporation have been sent to the Secretary of state and As soon As they ere acted upon and returned the officers will be elected. N. Tea Garten has been the Active Man in the organization while several Good citizens have been selected As directors. The Post office will be open Only from 8. 00 to 10 00 a. On thanksgiving Day in order that the postal employees May All have a Chance to enjoy their thanksgiving dinners to the utmost. The Rural carriers will make no deliveries. In the City there will be one delivery and collection in the Forenoon but none in the afternoon. M the knit underwear you buy for fall and Winter must make it possible for you to Wear the prevailing fashions in outer dress with Grace and at the same time give you the necessary Comfort and underpin Warfor women misses and children is sized and shaped perfectly. It fits easily yet snugly to the wrinkling under the Corset. It is designed to meet All fashion requirements to give Comfort without bulk dainties a with Wear ability. Made in shapes and fabrics to suit the personal tastes of every woman. At the Price you usually pay. Athena underwear for children is specially designed to fit the body of the growing child. It gives Comfort and Wear Charles w. Zeigle thanksgiving concerto the National military ban program March Vwashington overture poet and trombone Solo Garden of roses. Dempsey amp Schmid or. J. G. Bader Bohemian Mazurka la Zingara. A. Ganne vocal Solo. Land of Snyder or. Rodgers reverie hearts and , m. Tobani Waltz Jolly Fellows whistling . Vollstedt Bass Solo. Old Black . J. Masten or. E. Weatherford grand selection by m. C. Meyrelles from Jakobowski s comic opera grand March finale a
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