|Years:||1908 1909 1910 – 1911 – 1912 1913 1914|
Significant events from 1911.
- 5th - 10 men gather at a rooming house at 425 E. Kirkwood Avenue and form the Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity.
- Bedford Products Company, a new stone company, is incorporated by G.W. Bollenbacher. The company holds 35 acres of stone land east of Ellettsville. Initial directors are: George Bollenbacher, Carlisle Bollenbacher, Carrol Beck, and James Wampler.
- Plans are announced for two new buildings on 6th Street. Mefford & Walker plan to replace the Globe Clothing store with a nwe building, while the Henry & Kerr Bakery owners plan a new building to replace the Wonderland Theatre.
Judge James B. Wilson rules for the city in a case where a building is alleged to be in the right-of-way of 3rd Street. The city had begun to pave the street and filed suit to have a building owned by George P. Campbell at the Walnut Street intersection removed.
Willie Hoadley, 13-year-old son of J. W. Hoadley, breaks through the ice while skating at the Monon Lake on the west edge of town. His 12-year-old cousin Paul Hoadley, son of Bert C. Hoadley drowns in the rescue attempt.