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Attica Ledger Press Newspaper Archives Oct 31 1913, Page 16

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Attica Ledger Press (Newspaper) - October 31, 1913, Attica, Indiana The Attica news. Sunday evening at the clerk s office in Covington Robert , of this City a Quot a mrs. Abbie Boatman living near a>1psworth, were United in marriage by Rev. Strecker pastor of the meth dist Church. The Bride is an a comp i Chr woman and is the daughter of William Glover of Veedersburg. The Groom came Here from Oxford Over a year ago and for the past several months has been employed at Thornton s garage As chauffeur and is an industrious Young Man. They will go to Hou keeping on the Bride s farm near Aylesworth. The body of Roy Creamer son of or. And mrs Gus Creamer who live near Carbondale and who died in Alberque que new Mexico saturday wms brought Back to his Home tuesday for burial. He had been a patient sufferer with tuberculosis and went to new Mexico some time ago for his health the funeral was conduct d wednesday afternoon from the methodist Church in Rainsville interment was made in the Rainsville cemetery. Frank berth 4rt, the Stone Mason who hns teen a Fino As a pub clerk in the pcs it Effiee has been appointed to a clerkship to fill the vacancy Maine a by the resignation of miss re h Boord who was m Igried sunday to Earl rib in n. Or. Berth it is a demo rat but g t his appointment thru the civil service having taken the examination last Spring. Or and mrs. John Kerr living near Winthrop entertained the following at dinner sunday. Or and mrs Pete Auu a d or and mrs. De Smalley of Kickapoo or. And mrs. Alfred Milf Igan and son Lee a. D Misa Mary Wiliams of this City and their daughter mrs Arthur Milligan and her husband of Carey iii. Or and mrs. Arthur Milligan of near Carey. Iii., who Are visiting mrs. Millig a s parents John Kerr and wife near Winthrop were Pue its Over night of or. And mrs. Alfred and or. And mrs. Robert Milligan. Or Millig a returned Home today but mrs Milligan will for a longer visit. Or. And mrs. J a a Hunter of Crew Ford vile were guests Over night tuesday of or. And mrs Sherman Dwig Gens. Or Hunter came Over to be How the Borst Bros new building was Progress Iner he Benir a roofing con trac Quot or and has the contract for putting on the roof if that building. Loyal 0�bnrn&Quot. Who has been working for the Wabash at Detroit mich., came Home saturday for a visit with his parents. Frank Osborne and wife. Several men on the Road were Laid off on account of work being Slack but Loyal thinks business will pick up in about a month mrs. Margaret huddle who lives South of Attica about two Miles is re Mode org i or h me to the amount of about %2 000 she is a Dir a two rooms and is g ing to put in full modern in prov men s. John Fewry has the contract fat a the work. Mrs Rivair Haun and miss Lois Beas Ley. Of Williams it were guests of Attica friends Friday. Mis b Asey spent the summer with relatives i Wil Iamb Nurt and left sunday for her Home in Oklahoma. Mrs. S d. Messner entert Minerl this afternoon in Honor of mrs c k Wright of Tynion City who is a guest at her Home a Bree course luncheon a served and the afternoon was spent at euchre. Mis tary Sheridan a student at Purdue University sent sunday with her Parent James Sheridan and wife her brother James who is working in Champaign also spent sunday at Home mrs. H. L. Corbin left saturday for her Home in Tulsa okla alter several weeks visit Vith her Mother mrs. Ida Phelps of Newtown and her sister mrs. Raymond runnings of this City. Otis Van tress of it. Victory Ohio visited his parents Mark Van tress and wife this week. He went up to Pine Villa a thursday for a visit with rela Nivea. Hia father accompanied him. Or and mrs. Robert winks and two daughters were guests sunday of or and mrs j. W. Sutton of Williamsport and Herd the by Rev. Wilmer of Cincinnati their former pastor. Farr Butler of Williamsport who is at st Elizabeth Hospital in Lafayette taking trea ment for one of his ears is getting alone nicely and will be Able to return heme in a few Days. Mrs Pifrce Haines who has been visiting relatives in Davis township returned tuesday to her Home in Danville 111. Her sister mrs. Robert Sayers accompanied her. Miss Eleanor Mcdonald entertained about sixty friends thursday evening at a halloween party at her Home on South Perry Street. Mrs. George w. Combs of Springfield Ohio is the guest of her two aunts mrs e. E. Browning and mrs. Fanny Schultz. Or. And mrs. Edmund Oteham were Guist sover sunday of mrs. Oteman s sister mrs de Snouwaert and family of West print. Lermond Mckinzie who is attending Purdue University spent sunday with his parents Harry Mckinzie and wife at Kickapoo. Wilmer Carlson went to East st. Louis wednesday for a visit with the Attica Colony of the East st. Louis Bridge co. Mrs. I a. Judy and mrs. Fred Robinson went to Indianapolis wednesday. Rex Judy took them Over in one of the Judy cars. Saturday november first the last Day of our most wonderful nine cent Sale. Thousands of people have been astonished at what they could buy at Mcdermond nine cents. Many items that arrived late will be added and placed on Sale saturday in the basement Section. Better . Frank Mcdermond Attica. This is truly a wonderful store for a City the size of Attica. Do you realize that it is the largest store in Fountain Warren Benton Tippecanoe Montgomery and Park counties it has been built upon Good business principles reliable merchandise and splendid service. Our fall fashion week will open saturday november first and continue through next week to saturday november eighth when we will have on display each week and from two to three o clock p. M. Each Day on live models everything to Wear for Man woman boy or girl. Come and see our men women boys and girls attire that this store is Able to . Frank Mcdermond Attica. For women s cloaks suits dresses hats shoes furnishings for men s suits overcoats Mackinaw hats shoes furnishings for boys and girls about the same. During our fashion show everything will be offered that s Good and Worth wearing for Man woman and child at very attractive prices. Mcd please remember there s no better place anywhere to buy furniture carpets rugs linoleum shoes pianos sewing machines stoves and everything to Wear and to furnish the Home than at the big progressive accommodating department store of Frank Mcdermond get Independence your Best girl and attend the halloween Ball Friday evening. There will be Good music and Good order and the refreshments will be served by Banes the restaurant Man. I agitate the sidewalk question. The weather will be bad pretty soon and the work can t be done. Let us get Busy and keep the Little children from tramping in the mud. Chas. Collyer of Williamsport was a tuesday visitor in our place. Chas. Would like to become a citizen of our Village but he is unable to find a vacant House. Banes the restaurant Man will take care of your entries for the Corn show. Select your Corn Quot taters Quot and Quot Sich Quot and have your entries made and be ready. The entry books for the Corn show to be held in Independence nov. 15th, a ill close at noon on the Day the show s held. It n t fail to get in on time. We. Reynolds who has been con ined to his Home for the past few Days by sickness is slowly improving. Or. Jones is the attending physical mrs. Lem Martin moved this week to Illiam Pori where i he will Maue her future Home having bought the Claude Long property in that place. Eldo Michaels wife and son of Williamsport a it re guests Over sunday i it of j. G heist Man and wife mrs. Michaels parents. Earl and James Stacker and their wives were sunday guests of the for mer s father and Mother James Stacker Orand wife. A. G. Broadie Ben Bush and Flyn Russell of Willii import were non the out of Tov a callers in cur Village saturday. The work on the Whistler building has ceased for a Short time Owine to a de a in getting material on hand. The glad workers of the Chi tian Church met at the Home of mrs. J. G Heischman thursday afternoon. We. Cowgirl and his Mother of Williamsport were upsets saturday of Frank Cowgill and family. Fred Holtz and Elwood Anderson and Farr Ilies were visitors near our Village sunday afternoon. Harry Darling and family of Williamsport a Ere sunday guests of Abe Marlatt and family. There was a social dance at the country Home of de Lippold near Winthrop saturday evening Independence is a Good town but it Nee a some sidewalks and a few Street lights. Bring in your entries for the Corn How to be held in Independence nov. 15th. Mrs. John Mckinzie of near Winthrop was a Lafayette visitor sunday. Between farming and running a store Arnett Mcferren is reasonably Busy. Nilo Stafford after spending a week at Home has gone on the Road again. Dan Waymire was in Attica monday looking after his farming interests. Join the boosters club and let s make Independence a better town. The infant child of we. Hinton was buried Here last Friday. Chas. Davis and we. Timmons were Attica visitors monday. Fred Buck made a business trip to Logansport saturday. John w. James was on the sick list the first of the week. Billy Mills made a business trip to Attica last Friday. Or. Michaels was on the sick list the first of the week. The Corn show the Corn How to be held in Independence nov. 15th, is to be o be of the leading features of the season and people of the Community Are looking Forward to it with great pleasure and anticipate that the attendance will be Good. The premiums have been arranged for and Are Given below but the literary part of the program is not yet completed. The speakers Hon. J. Wesley Whicker of Attica Ard e. E Rodgers Edi or of the Warren re publican of Williamsport have been engaged. Or. Whicker will speak in the afternoon and or. Rodgers in the evening. These gentlemen will also act As judges. All entries must be made and in place by 9 o clock saturday morn info nov. 15th, and none can be removed until the judges have awarded the premiums. The following premiums will be awarded to those who have the Best exhibits. Walter Whistler a first Premium $1.00, exhibit of 6 of the Best apples. Any variety second Premium 50cents, exhibit of 6 of the Best apples any variety. Tto re Premium 25 cents exhibit of 6 of the second Best apples any variety. Stacker and Marlott a first Premium 25 pounds daily bread fit or for one Peck of Best win sap apples second Pren cum 3 pounds Premium soda crr Akers fori Peck Best Black Oats. C Arence Dawson �?50 cents for the Best Pound it butter. George Munson a first Premium $1 00 for the Best Peck of re any variety. Second Premium 3 pounds of g0 id Cioffee for 12 ears of the Best Whitec in. Third Premium 12 bars soap for the largest head of cabbage. Or. I Cheis a first Premium 50 cents for the largest to quash any variety. St cond Premium 50 cents for the smallest dozen Hen amp Gas. Lon Woodruff �?50 cents for the largest pumpkin on exhibition. John Heischman a first Premium 1 Case red kidney Beans 1 Peck of red 01.ions. Second Premium pair of ladies sandals for the Best per Trimes Golden apples. Third Premium a Nice pair of ladies gloves to any girl under 1> years old for the beat Pound of butter made by herself. Or. Junes a first Premium $1.00 for Best 12 of yellow Dent Corn. Second Premium 50 lor Best one half Peck of red russian Oats. Arnett Mcferron a first Premium 1 Case Sweet Corn for the Best Peck of potatoes any variety. Second Premium 10 pounds Giau plated sugar of the Best loaf of Home made bread third Premium 1 Box faraway Wax fur the dust quart of canned peaches. Smith Anu Gray a iii st Premium $1.uu Lur 12 ears of Best speckled Corn second Premium 50 cents for Peck of Best turnips any variety. The Corn show association will give $1.00 Lur the heaviest Dosen of Hen of Fefes de Banes �?1st Premium $2 00 for be amp to Peck of White Corn shelled Sec Onu Premium $1.75 fur one halt Peck Best while Oats. Third Premium $1.25 lor 1 dozen heaviest Duck eggs. Central National Bank Attica �?$2 00 Cash for Best 12 ears of Corn any variety raised by a boy under 15 years old. J. Frank Mcdermond Attica a first Premium $2 50 ladies shoes for the bet to White cake made and baked by girls under 16 years Oid. Second Premium $1.00urebs Ubirt fori pack Best mix Oais. Third Premium $1.00 pair of kid gloves for the Best Peck of White . Russ bros., Attica a a years sub scrip tin 10 the Ledger press for the nearest perfect ear of Corn any color or variety. Rules entries will Cluse saturday morning at 8 o clock. All entries made must be in place by 9 o clock saturday nov. 15th. No exhibits will be allowed to be removed until premiums Are Ali ted and the evenings program is Over. No Emry fee will be charged. Contest open to Benton Warren and Fountain counties. Entries of exhibits can be made at the restaurant parties to deliver sex Hibit sat the Hall where they will be placed in their proper place. All exhibits that Are awarded premiums become the property of the Independence Corn show association and be Gold during the evening to the highest bidder at Public auction. All other exhibits remains the property of exhibitors. For. D Buck s Ball where the show will be held will be open to the Public All Day and in the evening but the speaking will not begin until 2 o clock when j. Wesley Whicker will address the audience. The awarding of premiums will follow the address. At 7 30 in the evening e. E. Rodgers will address the people and a Short literary program will a rendered. The Public generally is invited to participate in this Corn show and we will try and give you a Good entertainment and show you a Good time. Aylesworth. Rev. Boyd will begin a series of meetings at new Castle Church ii. L Munda evening he is a noted eve one and no doubt has something Good in for All who come to hear him. Leland l Jiow Eon in Law of or and mrs. Joe remster i. Suffer r ii Quot with a severe attack of Ai p a specialist from Indianapolis has be ii called to attend the Case. John Madigan and wife of Veedersburg called on John Jack and wife the first of the week. They Are interested in Good poultry and thought it Best to place their order Early. The rapid growth of the Shawnee Telephone system necessitates assist ance. We Are informed that the supt or. Chauncy Galloway has chosen an assistant Quot for or. And mrs. Dehaven visited at their old Home near Kentuck tuesday. Mrs Maude Graham cuffing is ill at the Home of Charles Maliet the lecture at Stone Bluff tuesday evening was Well attended. Or. And mrs. Joe Cole attended Church at new Castle last sunday. Mrs. Abie Boatman was a caller at this place Friday. George Hoagland and wife spent sunday abroad. Mrs. Ben Brown was an Attica Visi a it a a Friday.  7. F. Clarke was in Veedersburg to Jar Day. E irl Brown and family were in Attica Friday. _ Roberts. Or. Frank a. Lutz and family inter trained sunday in Honor of his Mother s 73d birthday. Or. And mrs. W d. Britt and family or and mrs an Drew Hov Erton and family or and mrs. J. Fvank Brown and daughter Christine or. And mrs. Edwin Small and we. Walburn and daughter Helen were the guests. Miss Beatrice e North entertained misses la Quot a Thompson of be Hel and Helen be a of Attica at her Home from i Quot Day. Or. Solon Brier and daughter Edith of Lafayette came Down sunday to attend the funeral of their Friend or Jesse Baker. Or. George Lutz and Mother mr.-. Ira mater of Attica visited the son or f. and family sati no a and sunday. Mrs Dale Rush of Williamsport and mrs it or Ere Brown of Attica attended the funeral of mrs. John Dunn wednesday. Mrs. Lawrence Over of veeder Burg in visiting with her Mother in Law mrs. Edd Oliver of West Point this week. Miss Josie Ciarus of Williamsport visited at River Ide sunday. Or. Evertt Davis and or. Dill were Attica callers Satu . There will be give at the Riverside school a Box Friday iii it nov. 7 h. The in Reeds a i go for Library books. A Laig attendance is expected. Misses Ida a d Kazel Hysong gave a House party saturday evening. The Young people enjoyed a file time. Mrs. Taylor Cain return d Home monday from Pic qua and Dylon after visiting relatives there. Georgre Burton of we Point visited we. Hysong saturday night and sunday. Miss g Adys Bodle of Lafayette visited her Mother mrs. John Hysong sunday. Might a Ceceilia Hullihan spent sunday with miss Alma Swank of West Point. Martin Munson and h. A. Mounts were in Covington wednesday. 4 Litis shoe others $2.50 to $4.50a perfect shoe for women this is one of the Many new fall models we Are showing in the famous Selz line. They have brought out Many Beautiful styles this fall and if you were As anxious to see them As we Are to show them our store Woi old be crowded for the next month or so. We also have the new Sefz Waken past 99 for men women and children too perfectly practical modest and sensible. All sizes. Priced As Low As the Ordinary kind. See our windows for the most stylish shoes in the amp co s Royal store there d be but one shoe if everyone knew set

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