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Attica Ledger Press (Newspaper) - October 31, 1913, Attica, Indiana The Attica Ledger Preso. Suede leather ladies Black suede Button Boot full High toe and medium Heel. Price $3.50. Suede is the French for swedish and is a method of finishing leather or rather is the velvet finish on suede leathers. The method is supposed to have originated in Sweden. The process by which suede finish is obtained is by grinding or by Flung the flesh Side of calf or kid leather so As to produce a Nap. Saede leathers Are used a great Deal thi Sens on for women s end children s Fine shoes and we have a Nice line of these goods. We would be pleased to show you our fall style?.jesse Miller shoe co scientific foot fitter s j or. And mrs. Robison went to Chicago sunday on a Short wedding trip and when they return to Attica will go to housekeeping in a part of the mrs. A. A Greenwood residence at the Corner of Perry and Pike assessor wins tax suit. The suit against the estate of the late h c. Yount for the payment of Back taxes on Covington Light amp water co. Bonds and City warrants owned by him from 1902 to 1912, inclusive was tried before judge Schoonover. Upon the proof submit ted by county assessor Chas. Dochterman and county attorney a t. Livengood the court decided to assess the Bonds at.60 cents on the Dollar and the warrants at 75 cents on the Dollar indebtedness which Yount owed during that time. The court asked the assessor and the attn Repya for the estate to make a calculation for the amount of tax owed and report to him and he would enter a Judem it against the estate. This amount has not been figured nut yet but it will be several Hundred dollars. The it court in Marinar his judgment took into consideration the fact that All notes and mortgages a assessed at 75 percent of their value and Bank Stock also. He did not a Piipke these Bonds were As Good As notes or Bank Stock and of sussed them at 60 percent. Another similar unit is Cowpen Dinar Aera inst the state of e h Nebeker who was a partner in the Light and water Plant. Or Dochterman is to be commended for his ability in Unea thiner this Back tax his efforts a rare Rospo Nible for the pay mint of $12,000 in Hack taxes from the Sam Reed estate Alfo. Autumnal sonnets the Attica Ledger press a progressive newspaper. The Attica Ledger establisht.1851 the saturday press establist.1899 consolidated october 1.1911 publish by the Ross Brothers Harry Fen ton will g. manager entered As second class mail matter at the Post office in Attica. Indiana oct. 6. 1911. Pub Shell every Friday morning. Telephone 88. Advertising hates display per Cluren Inch 1 Issue. 15c display per column Inch 4 i.ssues12 l-2c display per column Inch yearly contract. I in local readers per line. 5c subscription rates one year.-.-.�1.00 six months a .-.-. .50 three months. .30 single copy. 5c ail Quot Sinarle wrapper Quot subscriptions and other outside our local Field must be paid in Advance and iii the discontinued promptly at time of expiration Friday oct. 31, 1913. Abe Pearson married. Abe Pearson the genial conductor in the Covington Branch of the Wabash and miss Ella m. Milford of Covington were married in Covington by Rev. H. K. Fox. The Bride is a former Attica girl but recently has made Ker Home with her grandparents in the . The marriage of miss Ruth Boord and Earl d. Robison of this City took place sunday morning at the Home of or. And mrs. Robert Clark in Danville. Rev. M. N. English pastor of first m. E. Church in Danville read the ceremony. The couple was attended by Sam Boord brother of the Bride Clair Robison brother of the Groom and master Carroll Burlington of this City. A Dainty wedding Breakf fit vas served by frs. Clark immediately following the ceremony plites Beiner placed for the members of the we Dirig party. The Bride was attired in a Beautiful tailored suit of Blue with hat and gloves to match. She is a daughter of Oliver Boord of Covington and a of mrs c. W. Zit Jer of Attica. She has been prominent in social and club life of the City and i or seven years has been a clerk in the Attica Post office this position she filled efficiently and courteously. She resigned that position last Spring to take effect oct 26 or. Robison is an Attica product having grown to manhood Here. He is an industrious and capable Young Man at present being manager of the c. J. Haller Haberdashery. He is the present Secretary of the Attica commercial club and held that position in the merchants association during the last three Yesis of its wins against Roberts. The Cape of or. Francis Jeffers of Odell against Joseph n Roberta of Davis Lown ship was decided in the circuit court tuesday in favor of the doctor. Brought suit to col pct a me of .$196 and an account of $139 from Rohert i and or Roberts contended that he should not be forced to pay the Elim since the service rendered him in setting a broken Collar Bone had rendered him a cripple for life. Expert evidence was introduced to show that he doctor was not responsible but or Roberts had caused the Dipti ult no removing the bandages before the fracture had time to heal the Jim a a is out several Honra but finally decided for the doctor and fit his judgment at $.325___something new for Attica. J. Frank Mcdermond is a oing to Spriner a new one next we a while his big fall open Iraq to on. And Winter Cna Quot. Suits and frs Well As other whip Rig App rpm of the latest styles and in Atria s will he of i Nav real for sure i i a models will attired in the new Weartie Ana al and the Ladis and men ran see just How the new clothes will look it will be one of the Bigg est the big store Hai Ever had. By George f. Butler the thirty first Day of october Farewell thou richest jewel of the year decking Calm nature s brow with opaline hues. And lights of autumn s scintillating hews now scattered wide upon the landscape Sere what tokens of my love for thee Are Here that soon in Winter s icy grasp will lose their Beauty whispering to my silent Muse no More their echoes of the autumn s cheer. For i have made a Garland of my thoughts to Lay upon thy icy Tomb in tears tears of mild Joy and pensive happiness remembering thee with True forget me not in fancy s Garden growing these Long years. Now lying in thy bosom still to bless. Miss lethal Larimer of Marion who a been staying in Attica for several weeks returned to her Home wednesday for a Short i it. Mis a Larimer has accepted a position at the five and ten cent store and will begin work monday morning. October Days How Sweet the Calm of still october Days and Earth is dozing after summer s toil. Above the dreamy landscape droops the Haze and shrouds the echoes of the world s turmoil. Only a single Palm from nature sounds along the Orchard and the River Shore. And by Yon acre where the Grainy Mounds proclaim the sleep of them whose toil is o or. It is the Bluebird s Carol Flung afar upon the enchanted air and in that song i seem to hear the music of a voice whose silence made the sum of mortal Joys Idle to me which Ever Sweet and Strong now rises where morn s endless glories Are. Nature s Benediction in the Alembic of this autumn air let All my thoughts be purified and life albeit the blessed hour a fugitive. Be recreate forgetful of despair. Is t not enough upon a Day so rare to feel the Benediction that doth Shrive in these soft winds the Sivit that rive the heart with passion woe and care dear nature shall thy love not cover All the wounds of Earth bid us forget thit sorrow dwells with us and learn of thee that there is Calm in following destiny trustful amid the darkness of regret Weli knowing to thy child no harm can fall the fascination of instinct h you May think you Are utterly lacking in musical instinct have not even an Quot ear for but there is a simple Way to prove that nature has endowed you with this instinct. That Way is to seat yourself in front of the the new list incisive player piano and insert the music Roll of some piece you like song Waltz March. Run it through once to get the Quot hang Quot of the simple expression buttons under your left hand and Tempo lever. Then play it again. You will be astonished fascinated thrilled. For you la find that under your instinctive guidance the music pours Forth swelling loud or subsiding to softness Rushing swiftly or slowly to calmness As your mood and fancy through your instinct dictate to your fingers. It s very easy to have Access to a virtuoso. Call at our store. Play the virtuous there to your heart s amp Davis virtuosos $575 to $650 sold on convenient terms. Will Randall and son. Mason were guests sunday of w. S. Sutton and wife in West . Mrs. Sam Reed entertained euchre club thursday afternoon. The miss Florence Stephens of Dan vile 111., and j. H. Cox of Pine Villas re were married Friday in Charleston iii by Rev. Casey pastor of the methodist . Wilson recovering. Mrs. Kooch Wilson is convalescing steadily at st. Eliz Ibeth s Hospit in in Danville and is now Well on the Way to recovery Alt Hoit will probably be three weeks or More before she will a Able to return Home. She was taken to the Hospital oct. 19th suffering with a bad hernia and was operated upon the next Day the knife being wielded by or Cousin or. George t. Jacobs. The doctor is a former Warren county boy who recently located in Danville after several years service As an Interne in a Large Hospital in Tennessee. Mss. Wilson was very near to death and the apparent Success of the operation has made her husband warm in his Praise of the doctor s skill. Paul w Illiamson has a cured quo Vadis for the Arcade next Friday and saturday. This film is in eight reels was made in Rome and is the most pretentious and expensive film Ever made. No Thimig but reserved seats will be sold for Friday and Friday night and the admission will be 25 cents. One show Only will be Given in the afternoon and two at night. Saturday there will be no reserved seats sold. Tickets will be placed on Sale wednesday at Crigler s drug store. Or. C. G. Beckett reports a baby of the usual size born to or. And mrs. Paul Desutter of near West for newmans i saturday november 8,1913at Farmers and merchants Bank building Attica. They will open up with the most up to Date clothing furnishings hats and Caps for men and boys in the state. An up to Date City store at your yours newmans clothes shop 4 41 i

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