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Attica Ledger Press (Newspaper) - October 31, 1913, Attica, Indiana The Attica Ledger press. Of a olme Rich or poor it �6 a i o. On of Eli sex Fra Pernee n cd Ila every old Man is the Ripon. D fruit of Iri your or Days. A Roan does not of run. Old Over night. Age creep upon i and if extravagance is stealing away our or Ney at a ii i Realini away our capacity for work and preparing for us a Etsol Ite old at a if you wih to be Corii portable you begin up ting a a your Money now then when old age comes you can fall Hack upon the Mon a i of banked when you were younger. Do your banking with is. We pay four percent Intel st on savings accounts. And v merchants state and Oscar Carlson solicits your support for councilman at Large in the City election november 4th i am Selling the same jewelry for less Money and better jewelry for the same Money than you can buy elsewhere. This is not a Mere statement it is a fact. Why is it a fact because i am satisfied with a lets profit because i w ant a Large and Busy business and 1 Ean Only have it by Selling you Good jewelry at a Lees Price than such jewelry has Ever before been sold for. 1 Fack you to Stop and see my store and see what Beautiful and Good jewelry 1 can sell you at a popular Price. Note a few of my prices. Real watches now on Sale for $1.50 fully guaranteed. These Are not clock watches but real watches. Fine watches reliable enough for the Railroad Man at $10 to $30. Fine Opal set solid Gold Rines october birthstones at $3.00 up. We have some Fine opals at $10 to $15that others would ask you fifty percent More for. Fine stationery none better at 25 cents. Others ask much More. Try a Box and be convinced. Our motto the Best goods efficient service and Low c. Deselms jeweler optician watch your health figs Senna with Cascara the Ideal laxative for children amp grown ups like and 25ccrigler s drug store local news. Friday evening at the Home of or. And mrs. Gus Lief who live East of the City a very pleasant Surprise was Given mrs. Lief s father George Wolfe in Honor of his 8gih birthday. About 44 relatives and friends gathered at the Lief Home. Mrs. Lief s brother Fred and wife of Hamburg Iowa were visiting them and his parents George Wolfe and wife were aet to spend the evening there mrs. Wolfe was told of the Surprise and when they arrived at the Lief Home or Wolfe was much surprised at the crowd and when told it was his birthday joined in and enjoyed the evening As much As any one. Among the relatives present were or. And mrs. Will Light of this j City de Dan and will Wolfe and families mrs. John fix of Tab and or. And mrs. Fred Wolfe of Hamburg Iowa. Mesdames Emory Hoover. J. M. Hixon m. T. Case j. W. Harrison and miss Kate Finney returned Home sat urday evening from Stockwell where they had attended the 38th annual meeting of the Lafayette District to 1 men s foreign missionary society. Mrs. Hoover being a Delegate from the society of this City. Eighty delegates were present and it was a very interesting session. Mrs. J. M. Hixon was elected president succeeding mrs. A. W. Wood who has held that office for three years. Battle ground was chosen As the place for the meeting next year. A or. And mrs. Hugh Reed received word Friday that their son Ralph who has a position with the Pierce Arrow Auto roof Kansas City had met with an Accident. He got his hand caught in the Spring of a Victrola and lost the end of the thumb of his right hand and had the first Finger on the same hand Cut to the Bone at the first joint. He also received a Cut on his left hand Between the wrist and thumb that required five stitches to close. Ralph s Many Attica friends Are sorry to hear of his misfortune. John Hoagland who lives East of Stone Bluff was in the City saturday and took advantage of the Opportunity to extend his subscription to the Ledger press for another year. Altho 76 years of age he works regularly and this year tended 20 acres of Corn which he recently husky Cut and Shock with his own hands. He says that when he quits work somebody will have to Telephone for the undertaker so we should t be surprised to see him live to be a Hundred re. Miss Hazel Lewis formerly living near Veedersburg died at the Home of her Mother in Danville 111., Friday evening. Miss Lewis had been ill since june with a complication of diseases and had been a patient in st Elizabeth j Hospital seven weeks before her death. The funeral services were conducted in Danville sunday and burial was made in Mound cemetery near Covington. She is survived by her Mother four Brothers and one sister. Five thousand men and boys wanted at our clothing department to test out our reliable All Wool clothing. No better sold in any City at the Price Kuppenheimer s pure Wool Capps pure Wool j. Frank Mcdermond s pure Wool and at the same time you Are. Buying from a firm who you have known for years and who s guarantee is absolutely Good. Every pair of shoes that you buy for Man woman or child at j. Frank Mcdermond s is absolutely guaranteed in every particular. If any go wrong from the fault of the shoe we will give you a Brand new pair free of charge. We were the first shoe store in Attica to do this and our guarantee is Good. John Hock went to Indianapolis monday afternoon As a Lay Delegate from the methodist Church of this City to the convention of methodist men which was held there this week. Mrs. Hock accompanied him and visited with her sister mrs. Hanson and or. And mrs. Edgar Webb and children. Mrs. Walter Mathis who suffered a severely sprained ankle a few Days ago when making a hurried exit from a cab in this City when the team started to run away has recovered from the injuries sufficiently to be taken to her Home in Williamsport. Prof. A. B. Milford of Crawfordsville was in Attica saturday visiting his Brothers Frank and Robert Mil Ford. Prof. Milford was compelled to give up his work at Wabash College several weeks ago on account of poor health. Or. And mrs. John l. Duncan of Wingate were guests sunday of mrs. Duncan s sister mrs. J. M. Hixon and family. Or. Duncan returned sunday evening mrs. Duncan remained and spent part of the week Here. Miss Ida Webb returned Home monday afternoon from Indianapolis where she had attended last week the annual meeting of the state federation of woman s clubs she representing the monday club. Prepare now for Christmas. Buy your stamped pieces crashes d. M. C. And losses of All kinds at j. Frank Mcdermond s. Don t forget this. Our stocks Are Complete. Or. And mrs. Louis Pfauth returned the latter part of the week to their Home in Sawyer mich., after a visit with their daughter Freda Pfauth. The custom tailored Man be in to better be cause his clothes Are made to order a but he has them made to measure because he knows that thus Only can he secure garments that will both tit and befit him. Kahn tailored clothes $20. To $45 made up to your individual measurements from fabrics selected by you Are custom tailored to the Kings taste. There is nothing lacking. There is an air about them that sets a Man apart from the Ordinary Dresser and Stamps him a Leader of fashion. It will pay you to bring your clothing needs Here this fall for Here Only can you get Kahn Tail ored clothes. Nailer the Hatter miss mar Quita Mcdermond spent saturday and sunday in Lafayet the guest of miss Jennie we buy All kinds of junk and pay the highest Price As Well As hides lets Wool tallow rags rubber and paper dead animals taken care of free of charge. Pearlman phone 342 Arthur e. Yount lawyer and notary office Over Haller s drug store. East. No. 2 daily limited.12 24 a m no. 28 daily limited.6 02 a in a amp 64 daily except sunday local.7 48 a d to. 6 daily local.11 49 re no. 4 daily limited.1 44 p m no. 60 daily except sunday local.7 07 i As West. No. 8 daily limited. 1 42 a it no. 61 daily except sunday local,.7 00 a m no. 9 Dally limited.7 48 a m no. Dally limited.4 02 p v no. 68 daily except sunday local.6 46 p b no. 6 daily limited. .8 28 p b Covington Branch. It a Attica.8.-00 a m and 4 06 p m Arri covlnston.8 50 a. M. And 4 46 p m lasted covinston.10 60 a. M. And 460 p m 4ritm Attica.11 40 a m and 6 46 p m c. W. Greenman. A ent South. N�.i01 Dally Ozmit no. My a Weikl North. No. No Dally ampt sondar.8 5s a a now 164 local fkr in lit. U4s�.b or. And mrs. Charles Deselms of Ma-1 Nila p. I., who Are in this country vis iting relatives will leave Wichita i kans., nov. 20th for Indiana. They ex-1 pet to spend a month visiting relatives in the Eastern part of the state and will reach Attica a few Days before Christmas. They will remain Here in i til sometime in january and from Here will Start for their Home in Manila Goin by the Way of Europe so when they reach Home they will have Complete ii a tour around the world. They will be joined Here by mrs. Deselms father j. W. Gass of Wichita and he will accompany them to Manila. On the thirty ninth wedding anniversary of or. And mrs. J. A. Sims of Pine Village their daughter Phi Sia and Ray Ogborn were United in marriage. The Bride an accomplish Young lady and highly respected in the Community where she is known. The Groom is the son of or. And mrs. J l. Ogborn and operates a Butcher shop in the Village. The ceremony was read by Rev. W. F. Hole pastor of the Christian Church. Friday evening at the Home of or. And mrs. J. Frank Mcdermond their daughter Anna Marie entertained abour seventy Young people at a halloween party. They were All mask and it took some time for the Little hostess to distinguish each one. The evening was spent in games and contests of different kinds and was much enjoyed by the Young folks. Refreshments were served. Mrs. J. W. Mcmullen of Pine Village was the guest at the Home of Henry Yarbrough monday night. Mrs. Mcmullen is an aunt of mrs. John Pearson who lives East of Attica and had been called to her Home on account of the illness of mrs. Pearson. Her condition was somewhat improved so mrs. Mcmullen went Home tuesday morning. Or. And mrs. Gilbert Atlee Eldridge returned to their Home tuesday afternoon after a visit since saturday with his cousins mrs. Margaret Schlosser mrs. Harry Sample and mrs. Will Fin frock. Or. Eldridge is an Impe Raon Ater and gave an entertainment at the presbyterian Church monday evening. Or f. We. Duncan who has had charge of the National car Coupler band for the past three years has resigned his position at the factory and moved his family to Indianapolis. The National band has disbanded and in All probability will not reorganize again this Winter. The following from Here saw Lillian Russell at the Dryfus theatre in Lafayette thursday evening of last week or. And mrs. Herbert Braden. Misses Laura Sims Inez Davis Gladys Green Man and Lial Brant j. Frank Mcdermond or. And Roy Harrison. The town Board of Fowler is still at sea As to what to do to compel the pub is quot. Vice co., to give that City bet r Light and water service. The mers association has b come interested in the matter and is proding the Council along. Or. And mrs. Homer Brown entertained at a family dinner sunday the following or and mrs. Cyrus Brown or. And mrs. Everett Hoover or. And mrs. George Brown and children and or. And mrs Ezra Zeigler and children of Covington. Remember men and boys that there is no better place to buy clothing shoes and everything to Wear than at j. Frank Mcdermond s big store. We will clean and press you suits free of charge and you Are sure of getting first class work. Miss Inez Davis of near Jud Yville entertained the following girls at a House party from Friday until sunday evening. Misses Buda Bowen Elizabeth Oakley Cannie Myers and Bernice Hartz. The girls had a most enjoyable time. Or. And mrs. C. C. Thompson who live near Bethel and or. And mrs. James Beasley were guests of or. And mrs. Lincoln Odell in Dayton sunday. Mrs. Beasley is a sister of or. Odell. They made the trip in or. Thompson s car. Anna Louise Little daughter of or. And mrs. T. W. Kelsey entertained forty five of her Little classmates Friday afternoon at the kindergarten the occasion being her sixth birthday. Revival services Are being held this week at the Bethel Church East of the City the services having started sunday. Rev. Riley is conducting the services. Miss Eleanor Orr left monday morning for Chicago to resume her studies at miss Loring s school. Her father accompanied her returning Home tuesday. Mrs. Anna Tullis Hutton of Monti cello was Here saturday to attend the funeral of the Little son of or. And mrs. Edward Marlatt of Lafayette. Mrs. C. L. Oakley returned sunday afternoon to her Home in Decatur 111., after a few Days visit with her parents or. And mrs. De Truhart. Or. And mrs. Williaimin Roe Hack returned saturday to their Home in Hillsdale after a visit with their daughter mrs. John Jones. Miss Edith Williams was a guest Over night Friday and saturday of misses Nelle and Dorothy Kerr near Are too valuable to throw away Bette Start a Bank account today we not Only except your Deposit keep your Money safely and Render every possible Acconio Dation that the Best Bank on Earth can Render but we take care of your valuable papers in our safety Deposit boxes for .$1.50 per year and give you our assistance in your business transactions free of $50,000 an surplus Over $40,000 Jesse Martin president . Clark vice pres. Vav. B. Schermerhorn adding machine latest adder but $35. See our exhibit ask for 10 Days trial Here is a now Price on a competent adder. On a machine that is rapid full size and infallible. The very latest machine built by men who know in one of the largest Metal working shops. It is an individual adder to be placed on one s desk close to one s books and papers. To take the place of the Central machine re Quirini skilled operators. It is also intended for offices and stores where costly machines Are a luxury. The Price is due to utter simplicity and to our enormous output. Seven keys do All the work. Each copied number a shown up for checking before the addition is made. The machine will add subtract and multiply. With very Sli Siht practice anyone can compute a Hundred figures a minute. And the machine never makes mistakes. Countless offices Large and smal Are getting from these machines the highest class of service. Now we make this offer so everywhere May learn what this machine moans to them. Ten Days test we will gladly place in in any Tivice one american for a ten Day s test. There will be no obligation and Ohio rfcs will be prepaid. Compare it with any non Listi r even the costliest. Let any one use it. Sec if Iny a i Chine can serve better than this. Just Send this Coupon and we quot 11 machine. The please Send us an american for ten Days free trial. Name Street adress City state addin i machine manufactured and guaranteed by american can company Chicago ill. Sold in Attica by h. D. Purviance electric hard to set but we have plenty in Stock we were Lucky and got m a a a cod Supply of Mill feed before it became so scarce and Are now supplying our old customers As Well As Many new ones. The feed we sell has made a reputation for itself and those who try it usually become regular customers. We would like to have you try it if you Are not already using Bros flour peed Cement Coal

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