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Attica Ledger Press (Newspaper) - October 6, 1911, Attica, Indiana A Bank Book do you know of a single prosperous Man who does not carry one Call today and get one make a Small Deposit and you will step higher and feel More like a Man when you go Home to your supper. The Quot Deposit habit Quot will grow on you to such an extent that you can soon buy an interest in some paying Enterprise and be Independent. If you will ask our cashier about it he will Start you off right. Do it Central National Bank Jesse Martin president o. S. Clark vice president w. B. Schermerhorm cashier safety Deposit boxes for rent take care of the Stock Winter is approaching and the owner of Stock who does not care for it in the cold weather is not deserving of the Stock. The time has come when your chickens and other Stock find poor picking in the Yards. Treat them right by buying wholesome food for them and they will repay you in service and product. Any kind of Stock food can be furnished by theattice feed Exchange. 0. Enoch furniture Rohlfing amp Colvert Fum iture upholstering undertake nor store phone 200 residence phone 51robt. A. Butler the old reliable auctioneer Williamsport ind. Telephone 206 Quot the Man who always makes Good Quot Twenty five Yean experience in conducting farm and Stock sales and aug ions of merchandise personal property real estate and residence properties. Over 2,500 satisfied customers in a territory extend g from Fowler to new sort and from Lafayette to right now to read the Ledger press especially our ads. We will Back up every thing we say and have what we advertise. We make Quality our motto no Mattex How he the Price of material gets we will still put the Best in our goods. Try our Quot Home made Quot bread the Quality loaf the bread with a Home made s bakery pure White Lead linseed Oil paint and paint brushes if every kind Halle drunk store Utor Fate Moisef wet Livic. A wid inc of Fai Towt to the people of vent Ulm end Foon Terai Eoo ties took Pelee on to Hnidey so tember 28, 1911, it the Eoo try Home of or. And in. Peter Goewey near Gesme when their Only daughter Mabel waa United in marriage to Fred c. Latourrette of Covington. At 8 00 p. M. The Lueata to the number of seventy five had assembled in the parlor and immediately Misa Coral Johnson began the rendition of the Mendelssohn wedding March. The Bride and Groom descended the Broad staircase and took their position beneath a canopy of Smilax and Fern and then the minister. Rev. Frank p. Smith a Cousin of the Bride spoke the impressive words of the ring ceremony which United representatives of two of the Foremost families of Vermilion and Fountain counties. During the ceremony miss Johnson rendered very prettily Quot to a wild after the vows had been spoken the principals received the Hearty congratulations of those present after which the guests were conducted to the dining room where an elegant two course dinner was served by a Danville caterer. The Bride was Beautiful in a wedding gown of White Chiffon cloth Over White Satin made High waisted and in train and trimmed in Ball fringes and Pearl trimmings. She wore a White veil fastened with a Wreath of Smilax and a White Rose. She carried a Large bouquet of White roses. Many useful and Beautiful presents were received by the Bride and Groom. The Bride is a Young woman of unusual ability. She is a Brilliant conversationalist and a talented musician. For several years she has taught in the schools of Vermilion county and As a teacher she was highly successful. She was a student at Indiana University. The Groom is a Young Man of Fine character and ability. He is the son of capt. And mrs. Schuyler Latourrette persons prominent in Fountain county affairs. He is a competent Farmer having completed the course at Purdue University. He resides with his father on the old Homestead and he has a cozy Home prepared for his Bride near the ancestral Home. The Young couple went to Dayton Ohio to accompany Home the Mother of the Groom who was seriously injured at that place nearly a month ago. The guests from a distance were Rev. And mrs. Frank p. Smith of Madison ind., or. And mrs. Charles Mars or. And mrs. Will Cossey or. And mrs. William Wolter of Danville 111., or. And mrs. James gouty of Foster ind mrs. Harry Lowe and son of Clinton ind. Or. And mrs. H. S. Johnston Cayuga ind. Or. And mrs. Stewart Carwile mrs. Mary h. Conover or. And mra. John Latourrette mrs. George Latourrette or. And mrs. William Hain or. And mrs. Robert Bodine or. And mrs. Charles Bright or. And mrs. Marx Herzog or. And mrs. Charles Walter Anna Walter mrs. Rachel Graham of Covington ind. Or. And mrs. George Cooper Maroa 111. And or. And mrs. W. C. Wait. Or. Of Newport ind. Tsvor Casutt Wimbe tried. The sensational divorce suit filed a ome time ago against Geo. M. Hoover the Well known Richland township f Anner Haa not been aet for trial the complaint make serious charges against or. Hooser and besides asking for the divorce plaintiff de maids $20,000 Alimony. Jones and Murphy of Craw Cordaville represent the plaintiff and Hon. C. M. Mccabe is looking after the defendant s interest. Once it was thought that a Compromise would be effected but it is now stated that this is out of the question and that the Case will come to trial and is certain to be hotly Herald. Select seed Corn now. Experts Are advising Farmers to pick their next season s seed Corn now and save it from Frost which destroys the life of the seed. Farmers Are advised to go into the Fields and choose the ears that Are the most mature that Are placed about the right Hight from the ground on the stalk and that grow two or More to the Bill. Hang the ears where they 4re in no danger of being frosted and there is plenty of air circulating. Figure on about fifteen ears to the acre and select twice that amount to be Safe. Hunt Ling season dosed. The summer Hunting season Elk it sed last monday oct. Is and for More than a month till , in fact it will be unlawful for Hoosier sportsmen to scour the Woods and Fields in Pursuit of game. In the info Erveng period however what a said to be one of the largest supplies of rabbits the Wabash Valley has known for years will be going thru the last stage in its development. Rabbits according to the reports Are to Betouni in almost unprecedented numbers and Quail Are to be seen in almost equal abundance. The unusually dry Spring and the consequent Lack of death in Young rabbits thru drowning has caused the lar of Supply of rabbits according to Hunters while the game preserves according to others Are already getting in their Ood work in distributing the Quail in larger numbers. _ miss Minnie Parker was called to Worchester Ohio tuesday morning by a Telegram bringing news of the death of her father s Only brother Harvey Parker who died monday aged about seventy years. As to registration. The new registration Law past by the last legislature applies Only to general elections held thru out the state and those of cities of Over 15,000 population. Local option elections or those held at any other time than that of the general election do not demand any registration. The first registration under the Law will begin next year on dates in May september and october not yet selected by the county commissioners. Covington girl weds ranch Man. The news of the marriage of miss Anna Nebeker daughter of or. And mrs. Lewis Nebeker of Covington to Arthur mitc Liell of Osceola. Iowa was received at the county seat saturday and created no Little Surprise in social circles there. The couple was married at Bowman n. D., sept. 27th and Only a few of the immediate friends were present. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. Lewis Nebeker of Covington. For the past eight years she has been interested in millinery work but decided to take a season s vacation this fall and visit mrs. J. R. Gentry near Bowman n. Soon after her arrival she met or. Mitchell a prominent Young ranch Man and Farmer. The Brief acquaintance soon ripened into love and an interesting Romance followed Cul mating in their Happy marriage. Or. And mrs. Mitchell will make their Home on a North Dakota Homestead near Bowman. Local news. A couple of wandering italians with a 3-year-old grizzly Bear were in the City tuesday afternoon and entertained crowds on the Street with the antics of the animal. The Bear walked on his Hind feet went thru the evolutions of the military Drill and showed almost As intelligence As his masters. Freed s trained dog and Pony show exhibited Friday night on the City Mill to a crowd that exhausted the seating capacity of the tent and placed standing room at a Premium. The crowd was largely composed of youngsters and was an enthusiastic one. Raymond v. Davis and miss Blanche Buck of near Independence were married sunday sept. 23d, at the Home of Rev. Geo. W. Switzer in Lafayette. After visiting a few Days at Huntington they took up their residence on a farm near Independence. The wedding of Clyde Titus a former Well known Williamsport boy now a successful undertaker in Indianapolis is announced to occur within the present month. The Bride to be is an Indianapolis girl. James i. Marlatt wife and baby returned on tuesday to their Home at Lafayette after a few Days visit in Attica. They were accompanied by . Marlatt and wife who visited the son s family for a Short time. Notice to hrs creditors Etc. In the matter of the estate of William Beadle deceased s in the Fountain circuit court september term 1911. Notice is hereby Given that Cora a. Beadle As administer matrix of the estate of William Beadle deceased has presented and filed his account and vouchers in final settlement of said estate and that the same will come up for examination and action of said court on the 28th Day of october 1911, at which time All heirs creditors or lathes of said estate Are required to appear in said court and show cause if any there be Why said account and vouchers should not be approved. And the heirs of said estate Are also required at the time and place aforesaid to appear and make proof of their Heirship. Cora a. Beadle adm. J. W. Whicker atty. For adm. Non resident notice. The state of Indiana. Fountain county. In the Fountain circuit court september term. 1911. Ella o Brien 1 is. Complaint no. 2314 John Hoover it a f now comes the plaintiff by Charles r. Hilford her attorney and files her complaint herein to Wrether with an affidavit of a competent person that said defendants Carrie Limbrick Oscar a. Hoover and Hoover his wife her Kiven name being unknown and Jennie Hawkins Are not residents of the state of Indiana that said action is for debt and foreclosure of Mort Raee and that said non resident defendants Are necessary parties thereto. Notice is therefore hereby Given said defendants last named that unless they be and appear on the 9th Day of november 1911. The same being the 58th judicial Day of the present term of the Fountain circuit court begun and Holden on the 1st monday of september a. 1911. At the court House in Covington in said county and answer or demur to said complaint the same will be heard and determined in their absence. Witness my name and the Seal of said court affixed at Covington this 14th Day of september a. A. 1911. Seal of said court Leroy Sanders. Clerk j. S. Nave. C. R. Milford Attys for Piff. 16-3 Survey has bests. The engineering firm of Palmer amp co., of Philadelphia which has been retained to Survey and investigate the proposed interurban line from Crawfordsville to Danville via Kingman has set its surveyors at work and within a few months it will be known author timely who or or not the Kingman Bubble was a a Asi ble project or merely an ill advised venture. The contract for the surveys and expert investigation amounts to $2,Soo and this has been contributed by towns and citizens Altig the route. Two routes will be investigated one Crosing the River at perrys Ville and the other at Cayuga. Veetter Start preach bar weds. Rev. O. W. Mcgago Sheythe popular preacher real estate Man and former mayor of veeder Boig was married sept loth to miss Myrtle Inlow of Veedersburg. Angoon Tenent of the wedding was not made Imell Utt week and it was an immense Surprise to residents of the Hob. Or. Mcgaughe has been married before and see red a Horree from his former wife Only last year. The couple will will Colvert t. M. Meeker and George m. Foster were in Noblesville tuesday and wednesday As de lib tes to the annual meeting of the National horse thief association. Forrest Livengood a student in the Indiana University at Bloomington and a son of Hon. V. E. Livengood of Covington has been admitted to the Fountain county bar. An Indianapolis judge has decided that gum Slot machines Are gambling devices. The judge must have drop his Penny into a machine that failed to work. Mrs. Caroline Klingensmith of Chicago came saturday for an extended visit with her Sisters. Mesdames Horace Brant Joe Jaynes and John Smith. County commissioner James Cope land and wife of Kingman Are rejoicing Over the birth of a baby daughter which occurred sept. 25th. Frank Shawcross of West Lebanon has purchased a 320-acre farm in Colorado and will move to it next Spring. The j. F. M. Club met wednesday evening with mrs. John Carlson at her Home on Monroe Street. Sam Meadows of Tab and Lafe Mullen of Walnut Grove were in Attica tuesday in their Auto. Miss Helen Mccusker of Danville was the guest of friends in this City the first of the week. Rev. Hoagland of Greencastle was in the City Between trains saturday. The Ravine Park club was entertained monday night by or. And mrs. Frank Bomhart. Frank Richardson spent last week in Danville Enjo Faig himself at the carnival there. Mrs. S. E. Doster entertained the sons Faie Eloh on thursday afternoon. Mrs. John Carlson entertained the wednesday Nehib wednesday aft Moon. Georfe broke and wife of giving Pii were Attlen Iris tort saturday. Receiver s the Sweet summer time such Joys around us Are Flung the Saddest feel Happy and the oldest feel Young. To. A. Brand s tip on his fruits and groceries is that they Are not better than the Best but far better than the rest. The Best by test. In the Sweet june time the Birds Are a chorus of minstrels in time uplifting their Anthem in Honor of june. In summertime Winter or fall use Bryce bread the Best of All. True happiness i f understood consists alone in doing Good. We will do you Good if we sell you Uncle Sam s breakfast food and we Comfort the comfortless with the cup that comforts Tecla Coffee. And Dewey feel discouraged we do not think we do. O Dewey was the morning that Dewey first of May and Dewey was the Admiral Down in Manila ready for Winter get your Coal bin full and then let old boreas howl. He can t Hurt the family who has taken the precaution to make ready for his coming. The prediction is for a severe Winter and some prophets say an Early one. We can sell your Coal hard or soft now cheaper than you will be Able to buy it for until next year. We deliver it in your cellar or bin and make the right Price. Telephone 95, and we do the . C. Martin amp co. The old reliable dealers in Coal and lumber. Mem tymm Mumm my notice is hereby Siven that the undersigned. Charles r. Muford. Duly appointed receiver of the Western Silica company a corporation by order of the circuit court of Fountain county state of Indiana will offer at Public Sale on the premises hereinafter described All of the property of said Silica company consisting of the machinery and appliances for excavating and loading Kravel situated on said real estate and also the lease of said company held by it under and by virtue of the written contract of the owners of said land on saturday. November 4.1911 at 10 o clock in the Comins of said Day. The premises leased by said company and 11 which said Sale will take place Are situated to Shawnee township. Fountain county. State of Indiana and Are described As follows a the Southwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter Section Nineteen ti9 and fifty 50 acres off of the North end of the West half of the Northwest Quarter of Section thirty Small in township Twenty one 21 North Range seven 7 West also that part of the Southeast Quarter of the e Southeast Quarter of Section Twenty four 24 town ship Twenty one 21 North Range eight 8 West owned by the heirs of John l. Foster deceased. This Sale is duly authorized by an order of said circuit court. The terms of said Sale Are Cash. Charles r. Milford receiver. 18-3t.hydrogen peroxide notice of final settlement. In the Nutter of the estate of Mary a. Pixley deceased Fountain circuit court september term. 1911 notice is hereby Kiven that Rose d. Hardy As administer matrix of the Este of Mary a. Pixley deceased has presented and filed her accounts and vouchers in final settlement of said estate and that the same will come up for the Examina said court on the 16th Day of october 1911. At which time All heirs creditors and legatees of said Este Are required to appear in said court and show cause if any there be Why said account and vouchers should not be approved. And the heirs of said Este Are also hereby requited at the time and place aforesaid to appear and make proof of their Heirship. W3 Rose d. Vurdy administer matrix. Everybody Send for free Sample of Success Magazine amp the Natkal port the healthy vigorous Ami a Enaize american Home Magazine containing the thru Fiig Oppenheim Stone the girl of his thirty thou Saxod Quot and receive Alao our Money making agent s proposition. Punu Umont Winter flow payment for right Pir Aois. Addrow Cirrila . Success Magazine. New Quality ask your physician about the Good manufacturers and see if he does t say p. . Is the largest and Best. We sell More Parke Davis peroxide than All the cheaper makes put tour Ether it s the Best. Everybody says drug have to live and we want to help you live pleasantly and satisfactorily by Selling you the right groceries at the right prices. Better eat a Little less and have it wholesome than Gorge on unsanitary food. We sell the Good kind and sell it As Low As you can buy it anywhere in or out of Attica. If you Are in a hurry try our Quick Brothers phone 209 j

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