Attica Ledger Press in Attica, Indiana 23 Nov 1911
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Attica Ledger Press (Newspaper) - November 23, 1911, Attica, Indiana
Pupp the clothes that make the Man Are the clothes that become him that fit so Well they seem a part of him however Long they Wear we handle that kind of men s suits and to convince you of their superiority we invite you to visit our store before buying your season s Man that makes the clothes that leads our line Long before Roosevelt made his business motto the Square Deal and in All our dealings with him we be Loun Capps 100 percent pure Wool clothing As Good As Gold in getting and holding customers this year we be Laid in a big Stock of these comfortable and Classy looking fabrics the Capps concern weaves its own cloth which accounts for the remarkably Low Price at which we can offer the goods to you our profit on each Capps Sale is Small but our gain is pleased customers and increasing custom is big enough to make our most profitable line step in tomorrow and see allot our lines the Capps is Only one we re out to please you All we ask is the . Frank Mcdermon the House of Quality. Sole agents Capps clothing Cappi 100%. Clothing a a Capps 100% pure Wool clothes this overcoat of pure Wool s15.00, others.s5 to s20 this suit of pure Wool s15, others.<5 to tz2jbo the soft scratch Felt hat 82, others.$1 to $3 the Derby scratch Felt hat s3, others.s2 the walk Over shoes Bright or Dull leathers.s4 men s and boys Union suits.50c to s3 men s and boys hats and caps.25c to s3 men s and boys Peg style pants.50c to s5 men s and boys stiff and soft hats is to s3 men s and boys dress and work shirts.45o to s1.50 men s and boys depend on sox.10c to 50c men s and boys knit silk ties.25c to 50c men s and boys sweater Coats.25c to s3 men s and boys storm Collar Coats. .s1.50 to s30 men s and boys Flannelette gowns.50c to s1.25 men s and boys double stitch overalls.45c to tsp men s and boys kid gloves.81 to 81 men s and boys collars Pat Button holes 15c, 2 for 25c men s and boys warm knit mufflers.25c to s3 men s and boys Sli Pons and slickers.$2.50 to 810 men s and boys Cra Venette Coats.85 to 815 men s and boys scotch overcoats.86.50 to 822.50 men s and boys walk Over shoes.83 to 85 men s and boys solid leather shoes.81.75 to 83it pays you men and boys to Trade at the progressive department store of j. Frank Mcdermond. A men s store As Well As a women s store. Buy now for Christmas. Aylesworth and Vicinity. Newcastle ladies met at the Home of mrs. Ben Brown tuesday and arranged the menu of the thanksgiving feast. A special pre Gram is arranged for the occasion which will be the Celebration of the pilgrims first thanksgiving in new England. Many will be arrayed in Puritan costumes and a prize will be Given for the Best. Everybody for Miles around is planning to attend. A Large and appreciative audience heard Rev. Baily at Union Church sunday morning. A series of revival meetings win begin at this Church. Wednesday evening nov. 29. Every one is invited to attend As Good sermons and Good music Are assured. Or. Devoss who has lived on j. C. Claypool s farm a Long time bought a House and lot in Stone Bluff recently and moved this week. Naomi the Little daughter of or. And mrs. W. F. Clarke is recovering from a serious illness of about two weeks. Or. And mrs. Freeman Knowles attended the revival services at Stone Bluff sunday evening. Mrs. Grant Shaffer returned to her Home at Brook monday after a Short visit Here with friends. Mrs. Tom Purdue and mrs. Frank Helms and daughter miss Fern were in Attica monday. Frank Campbell and family entertained Sherman Strader and family at dinner on sunday Rev. Baily and or. And mrs. Fred Rice were guests of i. Z. Helm s sunday. Elmer Strader and family entertained lon head and family at dinner sunday. Rev. Dudley is meeting with great Success in his revival meeting at Stone Bluff. Rev. M. K. Richardson greeted old friends in this Vicinity the first of the week. Mesdames Mary and Irma Brown were in Attica the first of the week. Or. And mrs. Lon head were in Lafayette tuesday evening. Harley Dunbar was in Attica on business tuesday. Ross Gilmore who last week purchased the Bowling Alley has taken up one Alley to make room for Billard and Pool tables which he is having moved Down from the room overhead where they have been located. Mrs. Thomas Blackburn became suddenly ill at her Home monday night and for a time was in a serious condition. Or. And mrs. A l. Kramer went to Chicago sunday to remain for a month or so. They will make a trip to Joblin to. And then return to their Home at mud Lavia to participate in the holi Lay festivities there. Presents Are being Laid away every Day for delivery chrismas. Better choose while our Stock is . A. j. Frank Mcdermond went to Chi mrs. Carl Mentzer is ill at her Home Cage tuesday on a buying trip. With ini Lamarion of the spine. West Point. Revival services began at the West Point methodist Church sunday evening. The pastor. Rev. L. D. Dudd recognizing the value of advertising circulated hand Bills announcing the meeting and that his subject would be the immediate needs of West Point and surrounding Community. A Large congregation assembled and the meetings were auspiciously launched. The Sermon was a Plain matter of fact heart to heart talk upon existing conditions compared with what they should be and what they might become thru United Effort upon the part of our citizens. The meetings will be continued indefinitely and it is hoped much Good will result from them. Tuesday evening at the Home of John Fridley and wife of the Wea miss Mara Debra who makes her Home with them was pleasantly surprised by about fifty neighbors and friends calling in a body to remind her of the passing of her birthday. The number we hesitate to state altho miss Debra blushing by admits Twenty five oysters ice Cream and cake were served. Mrs. We. Lancaster and daughter mrs. Harry Witt have returned to West Point for residence. They occupy the Lancaster property recently vacated by c. V Peterson and family who have moved to their farm on the Wea. Mrs. A. C. Mccorkle of Lafayette department inspector of the ladies of the g. A. R., is expected Here saturday to inspect capt. Kiser Circle no 31. Meeting begins promptly at 2 00 . And a full attendance is desired. Milton Weaver of Brookston was a recent guest of her Sisters mrs. Chalk and mrs. Jackson and other relatives in this Vicinity. Joseph Kennel and wife of Shade land attended Church services Here on sunday evening. Mrs. John Wagoner and son of Lafayette visited Over sunday with j. F. Martin and wife. Mrs. Elizabeth Kiser visited during the week with Lafayette friends. For the a Nuary blk my or cute Macb to a a burial the Pilar. Vegt la a ure you of our a Laveere i4ppreemti0/�o. We offer our Cuto Aero a total in but the be it 0btv�1a j4ble, a rss the give full service Aore. Gooby thit a to by the punch her it Levy priced a a Low la a Cort later to with qui4llty. A surely it la a eco Ioway for you to own Perch ii Idle be hi4vl/tg >4ll the be que a Ali tie. At All times the Zeigler a Tore Good a Lues a at a Row for thi mgt it a Able brew a we offer Matiy Rev a Viluer West Point r. 37. The Weaver Brothers Are losing their hogs with the dreadful disease that is raging among the hogs. Samuel is a heavier loser than his brother Virgis and he has had to Burn As Many As 25 or 30 at one time. Among those that were in Lafayette saturday were Henry Nelson or. And mrs. J. E. Marks j. F. Marks Earl and Guy Lister Alonzo Taylor and or. And mrs. Clyde Griffin. Or. And mrs. Leroy likens returned to their Home at Delphi saturday after staying with the former s father about two months. Or. And mrs. Alvie Wells and mrs. Anna Snider were in Star City saturday. Mrs. Alvie Wells called on mrs. Samuel Weaver Friday afternoon. Cloyd Wagner spent sunday with his father Erastus Wagner. Samuel wearer was in Lafayette thursday on business. Napkins 1 dozen Linen White napkins.81.25 Nice Large mercerized napkins 1 Doz.81.50 our napkins Are All special Quality also special patterns amp Correct size Doz. 81.50 to 89 we show a big Choice line of damask with napkins to match and separate linens and napkins. Towering and towels Plain Huck crash towels for fancy embroidery towels a Yard.15c to 25c figured Huck crash special value yd.35c extra Fine All Linen figured Huck crashes a Yard.65c Glass towering Yard.8i, 10, 12lc special value crash for roller towels cd. 12jc towels we Are special on this line of merchandise. Always have been known for our pretty towels Cotton Huck towels hemmed each.12io All Linen guest towels.20c extra size Linen Huck towels hemmed a he stitched 35e value each .25c Huck and damask towels he stitched embroidered patterns in special designs for initials.50c, 75o, 81, up to 82.50 All towels Are Large and the assortment of patterns and prices make them attractive to All linens bleach table damask fair Width and Quality Yard.25c extra Grade Unble acht damask wide and heavy Yard.50o we Are showing at 81 per Yard 72-Inch bleach damask splendid patterns extra Good Quality and really $1.25 Grade. We show better grades of Quality linens a Yard.,.81.50 to 81.50 Linen table cloths made up. 2j Yard length pattern Complete damask at.83.98 to $6.50 3 to 3i Yard patterns with napkins 1 dozen.812.50 to 820separate Linen pieces tray cloths several sizes.25o to 50c Side Board runners he stitched Plain center.65o to 81 sideboard runners drawn work hand made.81.50 to 83.98 lunch cloths 1 cd in yes in cd. Square size. Plain and fancy damask hemmed and hemstitched.81, 81.50, 82, 84.50 round pieces for table centers and table cloths.r.75c to 86.50 we suggest for your thanksgiving wardrobe gloves kid gloves pair.$1 to 81.50 kid gloves 16-Button, All colors pair.83.50 fabric gloves pair.25c, 50c, 75c ties and neckwear silk Windsor ties.25c Satin fringed ties bran new.50c fancy ribbon Jabot and roses.25o to 50c lace collars for jackets and cloaks.81 to 85 Frilles lace and embroidery.25c to 755 Irish Point lace jabots.98o to 81.50 handkerchiefs children s handkerchiefs. In to 10c ladies handkerchiefs.5c, to 25c to 50o up men s handkerchiefs.5c to 25c up hand bags a new line.50o to 810 beaded bags.82.50 to 812.50 knit mufflers.50c we sell the reversible kind. Chiffon silk and crepe scarfs new line 50c, 85 silk shawls and head scarfs special patterns Long fringe. .89 and 810.00 silk hose.81.50 to 82.50 we sell Kayser silk stockings. Umbrellas for every one. Children s.50c to 81.25 women s.50c to 810 men s.81.00 to 84.50 see the India a new Small Roll umbrella with a wide have a big store full of big and Little articles at prices that Appe Alto the close and considerate Low prices on cloaks suits skirts waists and furs for thanksgiving Quot Charles w. Zeigler Attica ind. East Liberty. The funeral of Alfred Gamble and his Little grandson was largely attended and was the Saddest and most unusual thing that has happened in this part of the country for Many a Day. Mrs. Theodore Harper was called to her Mother s Home Northeast of win Throp last saturday on account of the serious illness of that lady but by sunday morning mrs. Hinton was greatly improved. Or. And mrs. James Cline entertained last monday evening in Honor of their daughter Frances seventh birth Day. The evening was very pleasantly spent with music and Taffy pulling. Or. And mrs. James Cline and two daughters and or. And mrs. James Fetterling and their son Edward and Erwine Fetterling visited or. And mrs. Lewis rattle last sunday. Leroy Kingery who is attending High school in Williamsport spent sunday at the Home of his parents or. And mrs. Walter Kingery near win Throp. Miss Genevieve Herrick who is teaching at the Cline school West of Winthrop two Miles spent sunday at her Home near Williamsport. We. Woods or. And or. And David Mulkins visited Robert Martin and family last sunday. Or. And mrs. Frank Anderson were in Attica on business saturday. Thomas d. Mulkins was in Williamsport on business saturday. Carl h. Milan of Indianapolis a member of state Library commission was in the City Friday inspecting the Public Library. He found much to commend and nothing to criticize. Talk about rocking chairs we have them in All the latest finishes styles and prices right too. A a. A. Coffing. Solid Comfort in underwear for men who Wear my using Union suits to those who have used my using suits and have Learned by experience to appreciate the Comfort and satisfaction derived from wearing them it is useless to talk of buying any other kind to the sceptical who still Wear what was Good enough years ago we would say get enlightened and make a change and you will wonder How you Ever got along before you commenced to underclothes yourself the my using Wear Way. Here Are some of the advantages of my using Wear garments. They fit Well every part of the body is covered All the Tinie. No lower garment to slip Down or upper garment to work up. They Are easier to put on and off than two piece suits and form an Ideal foundation for Well fitting clothes. Union suits Are comfortable Only when perfect fitting. That s where my using Wear comes in. My using Union suits Are always perfect fitting and the fit of a my using garment won t Wash out. There is a right size for you. Jome and try the Hatter
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