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Attica Ledger Press (Newspaper) - October 31, 1913, Attica, Indiana The Attica Ledger press. Local news. Or. And mrs. Lewis Hiner of Shasta Retreat calif., Are guests of her parents or. And mrs. O. S. Clark or. Hiner will return about the first of december but mrs. Hiner will remain until after the holidays. Mrs. Lawrence Oliver and Little son of Veedersburg came tuesday for a visit with her parents or. And mrs George Brown and to attend the funeral of mrs. John Duncan. On account of the death of the husband of one of the members of the Fideli ters that club postponed its halloween affair which was to be held at the colonnade last night. Or. And mrs. John Brennan and son a Kay of Salem 111who have been guests of his sister Nelle Brennan went to Brazil saturday afternoon for a visit with relatives. Mrs. Roy Ewan and children returned saturday from a visit with her sister mrs. Will Silladay of Brazil. Her sister accompanied her Home returning that afternoon. Or. And mrs. Bert Burlington formerly residents of Attica and who went from Here to Lafayette have moved to Indianapolis where they will make their Home. Mrs. Aaron Walton who has been visiting her son in Stone Buff came up tuesday morning and spent the week with her , mrs. Roy Zentmire. Mrs. Arthur Johnson returned tuesday to her Home in Indianapolis after a visit with mrs Gustava Sabel and daughter Anna and other relatives. Frank Chizum or. O a. Carson Mel Marshall Guy Bales and John Mitchem was in Covington saturday As witness to the Joy Jamison trial. Mrs. Margaret Schlosser and sister mrs. Harry san p e e pertained or. And mrs. G. A. Eldridge and will Fin frock and wife at dinner monday. Miss Anna Sabel entertained the j. F. M. Club evening in Honor of mrs Arthur Johnson of Indianapolis who was Here visiting relatives. Bruce Baker who is attending Louisville medical College at Louisville byways called Home Friday by the of his brother Jesse Baker. Mrs. Charles d. Frosty left saturday morning for her Home in Des Moines Iowa after a visit with her sister mrs. Will Clapham. Mrs. Belle Hurtt returned to her Home in Veedersburg saturday afternoon after a visit with her sister mrs. Henry Borst and family. Miss Edith Johnson was a sunday guest of her Uncle Axtel Westring and family who live on the Clapham farm East of the City. Mrs. Lula Peck and two children and miss Mary Springman spent sunday in Williamsport the guests of a. W. Harper and family. Wanted married couple to work on farm or would consider Middle aged woman As House keeper. Inquire at this office. In Joe Allen who travels for the Globe tailoring co., of Cincinnati visited this week with his parents Dave Allen and wife. Mrs. Carrie Mickle returned to Veedersburg tuesday afternoon after a visit with her Mother in Law mrs. Maggie Mickle. Mrs. George Johnson mrs. John Holthouse and mrs. Lavina Smalley spent tuesday with friends at Kickapoo. Mrs. C. K. Wright of Inion City was a guest this week of or. And mrs. S. D. Messner. Harry Thomas of Lafayette was a guest of Attica friends sunday. R Are still in the shoe business but we have moved to More convenient quarters next door to the old room and we Are still Selling Good shoes for the whole family at the right Price. We fit the pocketbook As Well As the feet. Winter and cold weather will soon be upon us and you will need Good warm footwear for yourself and family get it than at j. Frank Mcdermond s. Come in and let us show you. And there is no better place to ladies Sil kid English last a shoe that has the style and that fits the Arch it s a Beauty Low Heel recede toe gun Metal tan lace boys youth s and Little gent s school shoes that Wear and give satisfaction for the Price gun Metal Patent Colt and tan Button at $1.75, $2, $2.25 and $2.50 men s walk Over straight lace Empire last Low Heel and recede toe in Patent try a o Wjk Colt gun Metal and tan at. Of Oli men a boys and youths High top lace shoes for Winter Wear Are the thing. We have them in Black and tan at prices from $2.50 in youth s $3.50 in boys amp $5 in men s they Are shoes that Wear too. Misses and children s shoes for school or dress Wear that Are second to none. They will surely please you and your children prices from in Childs to in High tops in misses you will soon need Good Arctic and rubbers to keep your feet warm and dry for this Winter and we Are Able to give you the Best for your Money in this line. Also Don t fail to get your Arctic rubber boots and rubbers at j. Frank Mcdermond s. Frank Mcdermond j m mrs. Clint Jacobson and daughter Gladys returned Home Friday from a visit with mrs. Julia Swanson of Chicago. Mrs. Richard Doty who has been visiting relatives in Morocco for two weeks returned Home Friday afternoon. Miss Helen Hall student in Hli Nois University at Champaign spent sunday with relatives and friends in this City. Mrs. Henry Loeb or. Returned Home sunday afternoon from a visit with her sop Lawrence and wife of Chicago. Or. And mrs. Frank Messner of Williamsport were guests sunday of her parents Theodore Young and wife. Misses Roberta Branham and Abigail Baker of Indianapolis came Friday for a visit with miss Ruth Stafford. Dewey Gustus spent sunday in Lafayette with his brother Charles. Fred s. Furnell was in Covington saturday on Legal business. Artistic Walls at Small Cost you Don t have to spend a Fortune to decorate your Walls and ceilings in the latest and most artistic Way. You can do so economically with i this sanitary durable Flat Oil finish comes in 24 soft and velvety colors. Pee gee Flat Oatt is washable and retains its original Beauty and brightness for years to Book to Peaslee Gaulbert co., inc., Louisville Kentucky for beautifully illustrated Book Quot modern method of finishing mrs. Carrie Mickle returned Home monday from a visit with her Mother mrs. Mary Rowan in Veedersburg. Or. And mrs. Lewis Gerrity of near Rainsville were guests Friday of her parents Frank Pearl and wife. Miss Flora Hildebrandt returned Friday from a visit with relatives in Springfield 111., and st. Louis. The ladies Aid society of the swedish Luthern Church will meet this afternoon with mrs. Alfred Linn. Miss Grace Warrick returned saturday to her Home in Stone Bluff after a visit with friends in this City. Hugh Sheridan went to Brazil tuesday afternoon for a visit with his daughter mrs. Will Salladay. Mrs. Gordon Warstler of Indianapolis has returned to her Home after a visit with mrs. Rex Cooke. Or. And mrs. Clarence Howery of this City went to Penfield 111., Friday for a visit with relatives. Buy it today. You wont be disappointed. Ravine Park co fee per la. 30c.�?hock amp Rucker. Wilbert Allen of Louisville ky., was a guest Over sunday of his parents Dave Allen and wife. Mrs. George Butler went to Chicago monday for a visit with her daughter mrs Percival Cutler. Mrs. Steeley Mcmahon of Pine Village visited Over night monday with relatives in this City. A. P. Nave returned monday to it. Victory Ohio after visiting Over sunday with his family. Miss Lucile Kammerling of Indianapolis s a guest of her Cousin mrs. Edward Reidlinger. Miss Lena Bevera spent sunday with her parents r. M. Bever and wife near Aylesworth. George Johnson of Danville 111., visited saturday Anid sunday with relatives in this City. Mrs. Ray Allen went to Winthrop tuesday morning for a visit with Henry Allen and family. George Sims of Memphis tenn., came thursday for a visit with his wife and daughters. J. Frank Mcdermond jr., and Rex Judy were in Covington on business saturday. Rev. Father oberholtz was in Decatur ind., Friday to attend the funeral of a priest. Mrs. William Woodhull and daughter Gladys were Danville visitors saturday. Mrs. John Weber entertained the Kettle drum club monday afternoon. Home seekers rates via the Wabash r. R. To various Western Points excellent equipment and direct connections with Western lines. For particulars ask Wabash agent or write c. W. Greenman agent Attica ind. . Knickerbocker amp Danville iii. J. D. Mcnamara g. P. A. St. Louis to. Tom Crawford spent John Crawford and family sunday wit near Bethel. Money $5.00 to $ 1 we loan on household goods pianos horses cattle etc., leaving the same in your Possession. Legal rate 2 per per cent month you May be in debt on your furniture owe a grocery account a doctor Bill rent Man or owe a loan company and want More Money or better terms. Then you want to come to us to get the Money needed thus centralizing your indebtedness. Get your Bills together and pay Only in one place. We will make the payments weekly or monthly. We Are licensed and bonded under the Law of Indiana. Our agent is in Attica every tuesday and would be pleased to Call on you. Established 1d02 address All mail to Indiana loan company n. W. Cor. 3rd amp main its. Lafayette ind. Bell 824 phones Law. 418 mrs. B. S. Fannin and children who have been visiting relatives in Kentucky have returned Home or. And mrs. Will Hill and son of near Greenhill were visiting Attica friends saturday. Mrs. Ida Phelps of Newtown visited Friday with her daughter mrs. Raymond Hunnings. Mrs. Bertha Hay of Chicago is a guest this week of her sister mrs. A. S. Peacock. Miss Ella buckles visited Over sunday with miss Dessie Talbot East of the City. Richard Jacob of Hedrick was a sunday guest of or. And mrs. William White. James Beasley and Theodore Carlson spent part of the week in Indianapolis. The Art history club met tuesday evening with miss Minnie Parker. Mrs. Charles Jarvis spent monday with relatives in Pine Village. J. Wesley Whicker was in Indianapolis this week on business. Mrs. Anna Metsker spent sunday in Veedersburg. Mrs. Eleanor Baum visited in Danville Friday. Transfers of real estate. Following Are the transfers of real estate in Fountain county during the past week As shown by the official records and reported for the Ledger press by o. S. Douglass abstracted of titles and agent for five percent mortgage Loans. Covington Doris b. Merryman and Hub. To Frost r. Harden lot 89 v. Add Covington $650. Doris b. Merryman and Hub. To Lena Mcmahon it lot 163 c. 2nd add Covington $1200. Attica . Co. To Levi s. Levor lot 124 r. P. Add Attica $200. Joseph e. Martin it al to Jas. Edward Martin und 2-5 50 a. Wabash tp$800. Sophia Lindburg to Jas. Scribner real estate in Attica $8300. Etc. Buys Pine Village hardware. The m. E. Taylor hardware store at at Pine Village has been Purchase by Mel Akers and son and they already have Possession. A year or so ago or. Akers built a Nice Brick business room in the Village and it has failed to rent. As soon As shelving can be put in and the room otherwise made ready for occupancy the hardware Stock will be moved to it. The Taylor Stock sold at receiver s Sale for $941 altho it invoiced for $2600. Mrs. Lavine Alberts of Penfield 111., who has been visiting relatives in Veedersburg and Waynetown came wednesday morning for a visit with her son Jeremiah and family. Or. And mrs. Victor Levor were Danville visitors Friday. Mrs. John Thomas of Kingman was an Attica visitor Friday. Working men find it hard to get a pair of trousers that will stand enough Wear. Quot Stag Quot trousers Are made by Union workmen who appreciate the demands that will be made on Quot Stag Quot trousers. They Are made right of the right material and the Price is right. Strong unbearable seams buttons on to stay and made in All styles. If a pair of Quot Stag Quot trousers fail to satisfy absolutely we will gladly replace them without question. Do you need a pair come in today and see them. Prices 81 to $6.louis Nathan the store for men and Mother quit making them we have been doing it and Mother never made better doughnuts than we Are now making. One dozen one dime always fresh a Yocom s bakery

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