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Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana • 9

Journal and Courier from Lafayette, Indiana • 9

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Lafayette, Indiana
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9
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I YDfrom' Attica' by J6hb I Hatt: Batfle Ground by Walters j' ROOSEVELT IN STftTEOMAI Democratic: Vice Presidential QosesThree Three Day X' 5TS A isr mv? rz Mtln texx yi ranklin depocratic nominee fhr 'vice prsldent at a meeting Sere'Tast nighty closing the firstofYa threb tourof the state '4n jthejinterests of the party Candidate' in the state campaign told his audience that issue of the league of nations as against no league of sh'ations or as against some Substitute wholly Indefinite will to the American He deplored partis and said he believed it was rapidly disappearing now that thewomen of Atnerlca have been accordejd the In afternoon addresses at the Open Vr rallies at 'Kittery Old Orchard and Biddeford 'Mr Roose velt said he had been given lTl "fllgt WARf He repeated the demands that Sen ator Harding leave the front porqh and let of' the country see iqnd bear him and praised Gov ernor sjCoX for' his Construc tive recoifd" At Kittery Mr Roosevelt was met by a number of officers from 'the Portsmottthsf navy yard and bv New Hamp shire A large crowd greeted him at Old Orchard and at the con clusion of Jiis addresst be had to force hisOwav through admirers eager to! smdee his hand' in order to reach rhirf automobile JROCKIELlf 1 Mrs? Pearl' feenefiel entertained at dinner Sunday' Mr and Mrs rank Trent Mrs' Mafic Miller of Wa bash Mr and Mrs William Trib bett of 'Delphi Mr and Mrs Stephen Bruce Harvey Bruce and Levi Groninger The Tribbett re union was held ori the school grounds Saturday and there was a good attendance George Cree and family Porter and family Mr and Mrs Arthur Little and Mrs Mattie Hawk of Burrdws attended the Cree reunion near Walton sun day The Bowman families of this 'vicinity and Delphi and Miss Agnes Kelly spent Tuesday at C0 1 lumbianpark where they greeted relatives at the Whistler reunionThe Christian congregation were all day attendants of the Burnetts ville church Sunday In the eve ning a number of the Burnettsville people motored over for the eveningAvirps At thft Inna I church Miss Dorothea Snyder visited relatives in Radnor this week Mrs? Annie Bohannon returned Sunday from in Detroit Her daughter Mrs Johp1' Harbin came home with her for a visit of two weeks Mr and Mrs Lewis Kromm" will go to Indi anapolis Sunday to visit their daughter Mrs Donald Mullendore andjatterid he state fair Charley Suiter and family of Burnettsville visited Mr and Mrs John Shuey Sunday Mrs Bertha allin and spn Lewis Alexander of Chicago came last week to attend tne Trior bett reunion Mr and Mrs Snyder Miss Dorothea Snyder Mr and Mrsj Ceorge Deel Mr and Mrs oaught0tj JV18lXITQ Raymond Snyder 'and Hinton were dinner guests Sunday of Mrf Sind Mrd John Coble John Bene del of IrjdJanapolis is here on visit to relatives Mrs San derson is Visiting in Michigan Mrs James ''Rurk went to Logans port Sunday to see her new grand son dame8 Owen Burk born to Mr and Mrs Herbert Burk Saturday Mr and Mrs William Rybqlfcqf point Isabel were Sun day' 'visitors of Mrs Lily Ray The will meet with Mrs Lewis Shuey Thursday after noon The war mothers or townshipattended the picnic DlPhLThdrsday MULBERRY Quite a delegations of our local democrats 'went to the Ham Lewis speaking rankfort Wednesday eveningMrs Peter Bryan and liei ai)dchild are here from the northern! 'part of the state visiting with relatives Mrs Rosa Ed wards Mrs Helen oster and Mrs Sina Bryan spent Sunday with Mrs Ida Peters of air Haven About 25 of Odr citizens motored to Del phi Monday to take part in the Roosevelt1 meeting Miss Elizabeth Miller has returned from EYankfoi where she has been visiting with her aunt The auxiliary of Wiednei Institute dinner at the Clendening sale south' of town On Wednesday of this week Mrs Rosa and daughter Mrs Helen osttusare here fronr Indian apolis wisiting the mother Mrs Sina Bryan Mrs Sheubeck and daughter are here from ort visiting with Mrs father Ed jt IJeters and 'other rela tives Thequietude of the east part of Mulberry for which its cit izens are noted was suddenly brok en Monday evening by the sudden outburst of shrieks yells and bom bardmentsjOf firearms by the bloods of opr town" when they had an old fashioned for and Mrs: 'Russel Seigfreidt recently married The bride and groom were not at 'liOirf'e when the' arrived but 3 he remain ed tngy came 1 the iafatetie Si NS St 'IS? ji I to be the aame man Says he gJlrleafotfrteen pbUhd MWrBWG'SofgMcMifiuiW A I ah Seek 11 lUi JOVE ivEM1ftEO AtLT XiOR fSSES aMAW TOjHE ME HERE UAT tHUJHT esu bd ARA1O rnRTiANn Mc Sept mr i ast YRAin HOUbE JUDGE wakE YOUR WIE clothfs Mtrtaw NvuTinTnP I I YOU HAVE a YwhaAM up wellleeu tn MqMEX lcxkx? 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