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Attica Ledger Press (Newspaper) - October 31, 1913, Attica, Indiana The Attica Ledger press. % women misses children is tailored to without stretching How Many women would accept a Tai ored suit which depends for its fit Over the bust and the hips upon the elasticity of its plate rials yet there Are scores of brands of knit underwear which depend almost entirely upon the elasticity of the fabric for a semblance of Shap Liness. Athena under ear on the contrary is Cut to fit tailored to fit and actually and truthfully does fit without stretching. The features combined for the first time in Athena underwear All contribute to its tailored perfection the Patent fitted seat the most notable improvement Ever made in underwear designing being so shaped that it clings snugly to the figure in any posture. The three cornered gusset relieves the Strain at the thigh giving greater and longer Wear. The perfected shoulder stay keeps the garment from stretching Down Over the shoulder and holds the sleeve in place. The fitted shoulder and sleeve give the natural form to the bust and the proper tapering to the Back. The extra elastic cuff holds the sleeve in place and keeps it from slipping up on the Arm. Shaping and sizing giving Athena garments the actual body lines and proportions and affording sizes that will fit with tailored precision. \ you can buy Athena at the Price you have been paying for Ordinary under Wear. Made in thirty eight fabrics comprising sheer Light a eight Lisle and 5 Cotton Light weight Wool heavy weight Cotton fleeced and a fleece heavy weight Wool silk and Wool. Twenty eight distinctive shapes. Attica s air put Athena underwear Don t buy furs until you see our line. We have Arobia guaranteed furs and priced exceptionally Low. Fur sets Range in Price from. $7.50 to $40 we have by far the Best coat styles for ladies misses and kiddies. Ladies and misses Coats priced from $5 to $35 Junior Coats 13, 15, 17 year sizes $5 to $16.50 children s Coats.$2.50 to $10 Zeigler s gives the Best values Attica s style store the Farmers and merchants state a Bank a a a state Bank at Attica in the state of Indiana at like close of its business on oct. 21, 1913. Resources Loans and discounts.$494,488.77 overdrafts. 1,465.89 u. S. Bonds. 12,800.00 other Bonds and securities. 25,010.00 banking House. 30,000.00 furniture and fixtures. 11,640.30 other real estate. 14,197.03 due from Banks and Trust companies.$111,602.49 Cash on hand. 24,059.18 v Cash .135,871.44 Cash items. 209.77 current expenses. 783.49 building account. 250.00 total resources.$726,506.92 liabilities capital Stock paid 72,000.00 surplus. 28,800.00 discount Exchange and interest. 3,763.26 dividends unpaid. 850.00 demand deposits. $233,701.99 demand certificates.25,146.62 a Osit ii9n sink time certificates. 356,470.07 deposits.620,38l7u due to Banks and Trust . 5,063.07 j reserved for taxes. 711.91 total liabilities.$726,506.92 state of Indiana Fountain county is i b. S. Orr cashier of the Farmers and merchants state Bank of Attica Indiana do solemnly swear that the above statement is True. B. S. Orr cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 25th Day of october 1913. Peal my corny a Sion expires juin 17, i iii it. Louis l. Johnson notary Public assets Over $700,000, capital and surplus Over $100,000. We invite your business. United states depository for postal savings funds. Mrs. Julia f. Martin. The death summons came rather unexpectedly to mrs. Julia Martin monday Eveni a at her Home on Brady Street. When her daughter. Miss Elma Martin who lived with her Mother went Home from her duties at the Mcdermond store there was no Light in the House and her suspicions were a quickly aroused. Soon As stepping into the House Elma called her to her and she answered her from the bedroom where she had gone to lie Down sometime in the afternoon. Upon learning her condition a physician was i summoned and medical Aid was Render of a everything possible was done for her Relief but in spite of the efforts of relatives and friends the end came i about 9 00 o clock that night. Julia Farrelly Mathews daughter of Thomas and Catherine Mathew in was Horn sept 10,1835, in Kells county meath Ireland. At the Aoe of ten Vears she came with her Parons to this country and made their first Home in tron y. From there the family moved to Tippecanoe county residing near is Fayette she relieved her education at mrs Goodwin s boarding school maintained by the friends near West Point. After completing her course she tau Ehfe school at pleasant Hill now Wingate al=0 several Terma in Tippecanoe and Warren county. November 7, 1857 she was United in marriage to Jesse Edward Martin of Odell fit the old Borum Homes Ead. To this Union were b rns Ven children two of whom did in i fancy the Quot a Urivi go quotes Are miss Elma Marti Quot o. A. Martin a a h. B Martin of attire . J. W Brissey of Muncie. And mrs p. R. Thmpson of Bethel she is a ion survived by a Pister mrs Anna Debow of Asbury Park new Jersey. Mrs. Martin was a member of the Presb of it rain chuch until Hor de ath. Oct. 27. 1913 she was a Good Chrisann woman altho unable for the past few Quot ears to take and part in religious Dnn ies anyone who know her or was associated with her in and Way could not he in but have become inspired by her cheerful Happy and Dpi Imis tic views of life. Never did vie com Plain of the of verses and hardships in life. She was very fond of education and has Ben an Ardnt and in Pretzn inns on Dent la Hor life Takin or Aoto Venart in in lic Aff hrs before her decline iffy i al h of it a. Her or it ath a Quot a sorry it a and severe Viock to All. A Quot it a ver relatives and friends All knew she was ready and Happy to ener a h of a beyond. Jesse Baker. Jesse n., eldest son of William and Adeli a Bakr was born in Pekin oct in ls8i. He Cam it with his parents to foun Ain in 1898 he vas n married o.-. 1907 to Euie Tazier of at Tica and establish a Home in this City where or lived until of a ii lint health made it no tsp avy fish into go to the country hoping the t nut dior employment might he Bonf facial. But his physicians recognized the fact that vital organs were involved the result inevitable. Jess a made a Brave fight for his life always Hof Elul always cheerful. His physician says Helit d at least two years by sheer Force of will his death occurred on the sixth Anniversar y of his wedding oct. 23. 1913 Jesse was a Christian boy of High ideals and of Noble impulses he was a True devoted husband a Loyal son brother and Friend. He leaves to mourn his death a wife Mother three Sisters and three brother besides numerous relatives and friends. His father preceded him in death eight years ago. Or. And mrs. Henry Klover and or. And mrs. Charley Tayler of chats Worth 111. Will Tayler of Veedersburg or. And mrs mort Lucas and or. And mrs Leroy Grube of Indianapolis or. Cory Mccowin of West Lafayette mrs. Martin Munson and daughter. Miss Lizzie of Otterbein or. And mrs. Frank Eatherwood of Dayton. O All near relatives of the wife or. And mrs. Will Franklin of Cordell okla mrs. Franklin was for Merally miss Nell Baker Bruce Baker of Louisville by. Ransom Johnson and mrs. Edna Corn Uncle and Hurt of the deceased and miss Sadie Martin All of Pekin 111., were in attendance at the funeral. Card of thanks. We thank the Many friends and neighbors both in town and country who so kindly assisted by their help and sympathy in the laying away of our beloved husband son and brother who so suddenly departed from us to his heavenly Home and May god bless each one of you. Mrs. Jesse Baker mrs. Will Baker and family. Mrs. Lucinda Duncan. Mrs. Lucinda Duncan wife of John w. Duncan of Davis township died rather suddenly at her Home monday morning death resulting from an apoplectic a stroke which she suffered sunday morning. Mrs. Duncan had be n in bed Only five Days proceeding her death but her condition was not taught to be serious. She was suffering Quot rom a cold which developed into acute pneumonia. Her condition grew suddenly worse sunday and or. Finney of this City and or. Tubbs of West Point were called in consultation. An opiate had been Given her saturday in order that she might get some rest and the effects of it caused her to sleep All of saturday night. She was aroused by the family sunday but wanted to go Back to sleep and did. She was never conscious after that. Mrs. Duncan was born in England and was the daughter of or. And mrs. Cornelius Hal. Her parents died in England several years ago. Mrs. Dun Kin came to America about thirty years ago. She had been proceeded Here by her sister mrs. Mary Laxton of West Point and her brother William Hall of Springboro Ohio. At the time of her death mrs. Dunkin was 62 years old. The husband and three children Grover and Clarence Dunkin and mrs. Jesse Carlson survive. The funeral service was conducted by Rev. George w. Switzer. Of Lafayette in the Salem churchat2 00 o clock wednesday afternoon. The remains were interred in the Salem cemetery. Death of mrs. Mcdonald. Mrs. Johanna Mcdonald died wednesday night about 11 30 at her Home on North Perry Street after Long and in tense suffering. She had been in poor health for Over two years but since last april had been bed fast most of the time and her sufferings during that time had been almost unbearable but she bore them patiently and never complained her Maiden name was Johanna o Brien and she was born in Joliet iij., in 1837 and came to Indiana when but a Small girl. She has been a resident of Attica for Over sixty years and for 49 years has lived in the House where she passed away. In 1871 she was married to John Mcdonald. Mrs Mcdonald was a kind and Loving a to her and a Friend to every one. She will be greatly missed by her friends in the neighbourhood where she spent so Many years. She was a member of the Catholic Church and up to the time her health Fai de was a faithful attendant. She is survived by two sons John and Lawrence Mcdonald one sister mrs Ellen Sheridan and one brother John Reardon of Denver Colo. No funeral arrangements have been made yet but will probably be held tomorrow morning. Jamison gets $40 and costs. Joy Jamison the Lafayette Young Man who drove thru Attica in an automobile one Day last Spring at about forty Miles an hour was tried in the circuit court at Covington Friday of last week and fined ?40 and Coats the costs will amount to about $60 besides his attorney s fee it will be remembered by Ledger press readers that Jamison and Max Mccollough of Williamsport were in the car at the time of the fast ride and that the automobile turned Over after it had collided with a we gon and forced a horse and Buege off the levee. Mrs. Minor Crone and mrs Dunklebarger of this i a were in the buggy and mrs. Crone suffered an injury. Recently an affidavit was filed against Jamison by or. Crone charging him with violating the state Law regarding the use of motor vehicles on the Highway. Jamison was arrested in Indianapolis by sheriff Martin and taken to Covington where the trial was held. Poland China male pigs. We have some extra Good pigs yet of the Larce Type for Sale. Of you want a Poland China with Good length and Bone we can sell you As Good ones As you will find anywhere. If Vou want this kind come and be them and we feel sure Thev will snit in. W. C. Rhode amp sons 5-6-x at Tica route 3. Phone 3 on 67 Pine vill be Indiana. The indies of the g. A. R. Will have a called meeting at the rest room in the Central Bank building 2 00 o clock p. M saturday afternoon or. And mrs. Jne Steimley visited from saturday until monday with his sis or mrs Benoit Bertrand 1y near Pine Nathan att Cathe store for men and boy overcoats phone 165 chinchillas Vicuna jerseys scotch and English weaves. 10 to $25 $1 to $2 2.50 $3.95 to $14.00 $5.00 to $10.00cravanettesblack, Gray and rain coat Gray tan and coat sail Wool boys overcoat size 3 to 17. $1.98, $2.98, $3.50, $5 up to $7.50suits, men s and boys boys Norfolk suits sizes 5 to 17.$ 1.98 up to $8.50men s suits All Wool Best makes $ 1 of $ 1 2, $ 1 5, $ 1 8, $20sweatersboys sweater Coats.50c, $1 of $1.50men s sweater Coats .50c, $1.50 up to $g.50. .50c $2.50boys warm fleeced Union suits at men s Cooper s Union suits at 5good footwear at Lov est prices. J John Reardon of Denver Colo., came and fast today called by the death of his sister mrs. Johanna Mcdonald. Reid Clark who has been working on the Charles Meharry farm near Champaign came saturday. W. V. Hutson agent for the Ohio Farmers insurance company was in Pine Village thursday on . Frank Mcdermond the men s and boy s store this enlarged department of one Large and Well lighted room in the Annex is filled from the front to the Back door with the greatest display of Good clothing that it has been our pleasure to show and that too at a most reasonable Price. Here is a great showing of clothes and All accessories that make a Man a Man and a boy a at the Bottom if you like and visit our shoe department. Jump to the other extreme and see our Well equipped hat Section showing All Advance makes. You will Stop in the furnishing department to see the exquisite shades in cravats the new patterns in shirts the sheer Well knit hosiery but first and last you will find lasting interest and satisfaction in Kuppenheimer sufi Capps and j. F. Mcd s special clothing. Nowhere else can you find values to equal these clothes in style fit workmanship f and attractiveness at similar prices. Men s Good suits. $10 to $35 men s Good overcoats.$10 to $35 men s slip-ons.$2.98 to $25 boys Good suits. .$2.98 to $8.50 boys Good overcoats. .$2.98 to $10 boys slip-ons.$1.98 to $5 men s Good shbes.$2.50 to $5 boys Good shoes.$1.50 to $3 men s and boys sweater Coats. .50c to $7.50it s to your interest to see our line of Mackinaw in the new colors Nava Joe and Indian Blanket styles $5 to $15 Nobby line of hats and Caps Good warm underwear Union and two piece suits hosiery that lasts Ujj Silver Hole proof and Wayne knit none belter the Dressy Ide s Sil Jobars ver shirts and collars in All the new styles and the pretty Quot tango Quot ties in All the wanted colors in plaids stripes and solid colors. Boys clothe see our big line of trunks suit cases grips and umbrellas gloves and All Good lines of,.,work clothes shirts and overalls. Let us take your measure for your new suit or overcoat we guarantee perfect stability of workmanship cleverness of style lines and exceptional values. Come in and see for . Frank Mcdermond attic outfitters for the whole family from head to foot

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