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Attica Ledger Press (Newspaper) - October 6, 1911, Attica, Indiana A garments for warmth Lee Avoca led6eb-p�Ts8 Alu Thim a Cwm we Are showing a big assortment of Golf Coats just the thing for Cool mornings and evenings. In All colors at i to $5.00. Also a big line of Wool shirts in both Light weight or heavy with either the new relax Collar or the regulation turn Down Collar. A vide Range of colors at All prices at from $ i to s3.50. Don t forget to see our line of samples if you Are in need of a suit or overcoat. We can fit you right and save you some the Hatter dai.1� trip Iwai we teak cog pm pm oed sett c elect your fall and Winter knit under Wear a a re fury. Make sure that it possesses comforts Wain the Wear. Be doubly certain that it will fit your body Smoot Faly perfectly without bulk. Athena underwear for women misses and children is made in firmly knitted elastic fabrics that do away with wrinkles under the Corset a great cause of discomfort in the Ordinary underwear. Athena underwear fits the figure with the smoothness of a silk stocking. It insures Comfort without bulk dainties a with Wear ability. Here Are some of its special merits a patented seat that gives extra room where room is most needed. A special stay that prevents the garment bom stretching Over the shoulder. An elastic Cut that holds the a Leeve in i Ace and keeps it from slip no up ont Hearm. Trim Ndang put on in an improved Way giving exquisite dainties a thai is not lessened by washing. In All shapes and fabrics at Price you usually pay. Try Athena for the children. A perfect fit for All Ages from two to sixteen w. Zeigler Attica s Here baby spegnete.10b a told s rompers.25 4i Inch ribbon a Pelt or water jugs 18�, t4�, use White and Biak sewing and Basting . E. Bankhart a a uses tic have you hone shod of an Sci cart r Hurmond . A a Tow r Misti met my �mh.4inaw. Igl a it Lino. Lie Hole Friday. October 6. 1911.among the do Robes. In View of the fast that the pastor is in attendance at the annual Confer Mckeand there will be no preaching service at the methodist Church Sun it Day evening that evening has been chosen As the Date of the annual opening of tiie mite boxes of the mothers jewels and Home guards the two juvenile branches of the Home missionary society in the m. E. Church. The occasion is always to Rich Forward to with a great Deal of interest by the Little Folk and they have prepared the following program which All Are invited to come out and hear program rallying cry after Salute sons. Quot oar Stan and stripes Quot prayer Quot the Hospital Bishop Kelsey Quot our Mosier Quot the Allen Quot Lone the and Irene faster Quot the japanese Kelsey Quot an ail the year Curtis Quot thank god for the Smith Quot two Little Campbell Marie Mcdemmond Quot the utile Mission Reed Quot summon the wee Hardy an everyday Potts Quot utile men and Reed Quot a queer queer Foster Quot Hal s Potts Quot the put Way limited express Quot. Mary Ellen Martin Home missionary Battle hymn Quot. Jesse Pun Bianca elder a. W. Jackman of the Chris Tain Church is a regular old fashioned circuit rider and covers More territory than any other preacher in this locality sunday morning he preaches at Williamsport at 10 30, then again at pleasant View in Jordan township at 2-0 and at Attica at 7 30 in the evening. On alternate sundays he preaches at Independence instead of pleasant View thus serving four congregations. In spite of this he finds time to raise Chick ens and Ether forms of trouble on his Little farm in the Southeast Corner of the City and to take a very Active interest in the affairs of the prohibition party. Rev. S. H. Lewis who resided for years in Attica was returned to his pastorate in Danville by the recent free methodist conference. Rev. U. S. Ferguson the new pastor of the free methodist Church in this City moved into the parsonage Here tuesday and announces his first service for sunday evening beginning at 7 30 o clock. Or. Ferguson comes Here from Henning 111., but is Well acquainted in this Vicinity Bis wife being a former Pine Village girl the dais her of Rev. N. S. Ogbomo. The Williamsport churches were considerably strengthened by the recent Unini evangelistic meetings there and in consequence Are adding to their membership. On wednesday evening the presbyterian Church heu a reception for its new members at which an excellent program was Given and refreshments were served. The methodists of Williamsport Are hoping and expecting that Rev. A. C. Northrop will be returned As their preacher for another year. He has made a Good pastor and has Many warm friends there. Rev. C. W. Postill left tuesday for Terre haute to attend the annual conference and there will be no preaching at the methodist Church sunday either morning of evening. Mrs. Postill did not accompany him remaining at Home to care for her parents or. And mrs. Richan Daon who make their Home with them. The services for sunday oct 8th at the presbyterian Church Are As follows sunday school at 9 30, brotherhood Bible class led by the pastor at , preaching service at 10 45, subject Quot heart evening preaching service at 7 90 subject Quot character building Quot prayer service each thursday evening at 7 30. The Public is cd dually invited to All the services of the Church. Rev. T. W. Stewart will go to Sullivan ind., monday As a Delate from the Crawfordsville presbytery to the meeting of the Synod of . The w. F. M. Society of the meth Odist Church will meet with mrs. F. Golvin tuesday oct 10th a 2-j30 p. topic is Quot an out Loo. Over the year Quot and the four wii program will be Given. Najma red Quot Elm of mind up mics to maid mrs. J. Malv Quot Ftp . H. Sebson Rhom social Fiat Fois. Min claim Franth ant attained a Nam hero Kmic to mends at her Home in Davis to up on thursday her goes to miss Malen Mecusker of Ranvilla. The women s Forelli missionary Soei aty of the presbyterian a Faure will meat tuesday of Tamoyo at 2 80 at the Hoida of mrs. D. A Reed. The k. Of is Wol initiate two candidates into the first degree at their regular meeting tonight. Friday. Mrs. C. J. Finney win eater in her sunday school class at her Home saturday afternoon. The Eucher club met with mrs. Win Mapham wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Will Finfrock entertained the Young crowd club this afternoon. Mrs. Will Odle and daughter of Kramer were guests of relatives Here this week. do thai yet Quot in. D. A by toy Solo Jin. T. Pm Zeisl ,.Jin.t.p.onsml mrs. Flew want Beato Raolji. Fuik me Daimond Haa been Tea beat Mem a of beat Plaza to boy 4?j Gooda Andes Poete of i Good for there Manyour special for saturday a Good heavy 12-Qaart galvanized pail for 13 cents on each succeeding saturday hereafter we will have an important and useful article to you on special Sale. Watch our and for our saturday specials. We Are having special sales every Day on our stoves. Have you seen our Junior Oaks they Are handsome Well made and heavy. The body is not the Ordinary Sheet Iron but 14 gauge boiler steel. They have lever handle latches the doors fit tight and and have screw dampers. They Are fuel savers and the Price is As Good As the Quality. Watch for our saturday specials they will astonish hardware reason there is a reason Why our Trade is increasing instead of decreasing. If you Are one of our Hundred of customers you know the reason but if you Are not you can learn it by trading with us. We sell nearly everything to eat and make prompt amp so phone 60sid Gony Goddard of vae denims in Stone Biff sat Day. Or. And or. Smith Hoagland were Attica i Ritoch saturday. In. Tom Meco and miss Rick att of Covington Are visiting mra. Frank Crane this week. Or. Porlar of Veedersburg agent for the Baker remedy company was in town Friday. Winified Babb rent to Attica on business Friday. Win Colvert of Attica was in town thursday. Fred Parham of Veedersburg was in Stone Bluff saturday. Will Hoagland went to Attica saturday. Mrs. Frank Campbell was a Covington visitor Friday. Or. And mrs. William Stone who attended the aviation meet at Danville the first of the week returned Home saturday. Mrs. Elmer lease entertained saturday afternoon in Honor of her daughter. Lucile. Bliss Helen Foster of Roy Roy pent sunday with friends Here. Mim Hester Goddard of Lofayette is visiting l. A. Goddard and family this week. Goldie Dunbar of Ayles Rorth was in Stone Bluff sunday. Mrs. Charles Stearman is visiting her brother in Cleveland o. Roy and Wil Finkl Babb called on har ley Dunbar at Aylesworth sunday. Or. And mrs. Hopkins of Wellington ind., Are Here to attend the funeral of Huldah Stone. Tom Stone of Colorado was called Here by the death of his Mother mrs. Haldah Stone. Vernon Babb of Mellott was in Stone Bluff monday. Miss Helen Timmons of Veedersburg was a guest of her sister mrs. Sam. Campbell saturday. Miss Roxie Zick of Rob Roy spent sunday with her parents Ben and Elmer Clearwater our popular carpenters Are building a combined smoke and milk House for Newton Borum. Chord Byers Robert Sayers and Mark Borum were at mud Lavia sunday visiting friends who Are taking mud Baths at the Springs from Illnois. Thomas Plummer and wife who have been visiting relatives i Union county for three weeks past have just returned Home. Isaac n. Coffman a Blacksmith and Wood Mechanic from Montmorenci who has had 25 years expert ice at his Trade is now permanently located at Odell. George Hawthorne and Rev. A. B. Hotchkiss Are attending the conference of the methodist Church now in session at Terre haute. Charles w. Carter hardware merchant of Wingate formerly of Davis township and son of James f. Carter has gone to Mich Iiran a few Days for the Benefit of Bis health. William Swadley was kicked in the face by a horse Wule going into the stable last week. He was painfully injured but is now slowly mend shoes very promptly and we always mend them Well we have the most improved machinery for doing certain portions of the to try our cobbling. Bring in a pair of your old shoes and let us mend the if men s soles tacked.66c men s Solas sewed.76c Meo a heels women s soles tackad.60e women s soles sewad.,.66cfitch amp Wrigh Simie Stor Campbell s animal Atic tion Sale. In order to clean up my Stock for the season i will sell at Public auction at my place of business in Stone Bluff on Friday oct. 20th beginning at Lokk a. M. The property listed below 6 great Western manure spreaders 6 new single baggies 2 second hand single baggies 2 second hand carriages a few new farm wagons several extra Wagon Beds 4 or 5 sets heavy team harness 3 10-ft. Self dump big Hay rakes 1 new 4-h. P. Gasoline engine 116-h.-p. Rumley traction engine 110-h.-p. Burdsel traction engine 1 Saf com shredder disc harrows sulky plows com planters gang plows cultivators stoves and ranges and numerous other articles. This will be the biggest Sale and the greatest sacrifice Ever made in this part of the state. I positively will sol every article put up no reservation and about Ely no by bidding. I am putting us this stuff to sell and it will sell if i get one bid on it. This is your Opportunity so Don t miss the Sale. You Are sure to find something you want and need and this will be your Chance to get it at your own Price. Terms 10 months time will be Given on All sums Over $10, the purchaser to give note with Appal Ved Freehold Security the note drawing 8 percent interest from Date if not id when due. Five percent discount will be Allowe d for mesh on All sales entitled to Cret. All sums Ander $10 must repaid in Cash miday of Sale. Settlement must he made with the clerk before tiie property is removed. W. R. Campbell c. W. Smith auctioneer Allan Booso clerk the beat place to this part of the state to boy new fall dress Gooda a Uki and trimmings. Late it style at Popolar Priese la at j. Frank me Ormond a. Ladies $3.00 boots. Our lilies $3.00 Boob have every Diing style fit. Comport and Wear with the Price one notch lower than other stores ask for the same Quality they Are made in tan Russia. Patent Colt gun Metal and kid. Leathers Over the new and popular last and they Are All made with Goodyear Welt soles. Come in. Look them Over before you spend Joo much for other shoes Jesse Miller shoe co. Attica foot fall opening an event our fall opening is important to you a to every woman who cares to be posted on Correct fashions we Are showing in our Wool Tex line designs that include All the newest style ideas now being featured in Paris. Madam Savarie head of the Wool Tex fashion Bureau in the French Capitol keeps in continual touch with the Best works done by the French style creators. Cablegram carry the news at once to the Wool Tex factory. Wool Tex designers develop and americanize these style suggestions. The results Are Here in our fashion exposition the smartest array of women s apparel Ever shown in Attica. Let us show you this Wool Tex coat a smart Wool Tex cover up coat. The Scarf Quot throw Quot is distinctly new. No fur Scarf is needed. This Model is particularly Graceful Develt in the reds and olives favored by the younger women. We have it also in the fashionable Knickerbocker s and mixtures. Whether you buy now or later come Mand get familiar with the newest things before the regular fall Rush w. Zeigler the stole that Sells wed Exour new welding Plant we have purchased a welding Plant and will be a Reimund hereafter to repair and make As Good As new your broken Eylid Ders water Jae kete Crank and transmission cases differential hoi Iain 8 Etc. Can reunite any kind of Metal such As Copper brass Alumina a cast Iron or steel and in Many cases make it Stringer of Chi a it was before broken by reinforcing or building it. We expect to have our new Plant installed about october 10, and will have an expert operator Here at that time to demonstrate. If you have any broken pieces of machinery or any kind of castings you would like to see made As Good As new we will greatly appreciate it if you will arrange so you can see the Woric done yourself. We would like to have a variety of work for this demonstration so bring what Ever you amp Mcconnell phone 150 of 3lge knocks at verg 3 Oor he May now be reaching for your door yet Only five men out of every Hundred who reach the age of Etc a have a regular in come. The other ninety five Are depends it upon a Meagler daily wage a or their children for support. If you want to be one of the five in your Hundred the five who Are fun Anelay Independent at Arxty. Come to and ask How an account at Thea Bank will prove a material help. Once an account la opened with this blk it la air Idom closed for we give you excellent faculty Lea tor the hand nyc of your banking business. We want new by Etamae but never Loae eight of the old. Come in and see us. Farmers and Sie chants state Ank sub a cd a

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