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abandoned baby even better article - VOLUME XVI f, No. 604. mmm FOUND BY Had Been...
VOLUME XVI f, No. 604. mmm FOUND BY Had Been Left on Floor of Station Spring Lake Park and Cared for by Neighbor. NOW IN CARE OF THE SHERIFF bnv babv. thought to be al mt four weeks old. was found where it had been abandoned in the station at the row. r muss- muss- j Spring Lake rarlr. WrdneMl w:i it in g unction, ay eV"- eV"- Illllg i,l)01lt t) O CiOCii l lU UD , can Jessup.aml Paul Fisbury. They notified notified Mrs. Mack Warn-in. Warn-in. Warn-in. who lives close by, and she cared fur the little one and notified Sheriff Mulvihill that she would brine tli" baby to him. i The baby was lyirg on the floor of the station, winch has no fire, and a small bundle of clothing :'t its side; also a ladies' handkerchief with the letter "S" embroidere.t in one eorner. The little sown is edged with pink nnd the blanket around t he baby was white with a pink border. Everyone who has seen the little one is in love ' with it. and several have off. red to adopt the child. Mr. Mulvihill has placed him in charge of Mrs. llattie Merrida, who gave him a bath and varm clothing. Master William Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Johnson, is supplying the baby with a wardrobe from his baby clothes. If there is any trace of who abandoned abandoned the child it has not been given out. The sheriff fe. Is assured that it he had been notified and had gone to the place he could have run down the parties, as he believes they were in hiding close by. Sheriff Mulvihill announces that anyone wishing to make the boy 'baby that was found a Christmas present can leave it at the jail. Mack War-rum War-rum War-rum made up a purse of J.W) tirs morn in g for it. . . , , , . i . r-i r-i r-i BABY TOO at WILL BE FINE PLACE Kinder Making Extensive Improvements Improvements to Garage. C. E. C. E. Kinder has common,, ed improvements improvements on his garage building oiv Fast Main street, which, when completed, completed, will make it one of the very finest places of the kind in Greenfield, Greenfield, and compare favorably with anv garage and automobile accessory stoit, anywhere in a county seat town. The Main street front is to be new and modern, with display windows, and affording large space for the display display and storage of accessories. The room for years occupied as Ha- Ha- yens' V- V- Co. harness shop is being thrown into the main sales room and changes made throughout the big building. Mrs. Fdgar Oldham, of Charlottesville, Charlottesville, spent the day visiting Mr. and Mrs. Robert Oldham. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Tapscott are the guests of relatives in Cambridge City. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gant and their daughter. Miss Kathryn. spent the day in Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hannah, of New Castle, will visit Mrs. Agnes Hannah Christmas Day. Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Saint will spend Christmas with relatives in- in- Indianpo-lis. Indianpo-lis. Indianpo-lis. Mrs. Edgar VanCleve and daughter IIYS S. Camp furlough. i weeks spend with day days died from four-w f in a lived has days 'ms-pital ile New for sec-same, given night. staying I Mat-; tix. . Mrs. 1 week 1 made for

Clipped from The Daily Reporter24 Dec 1919, WedPage 1

The Daily Reporter (Greenfield, Indiana)24 Dec 1919, WedPage 1
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