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z THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS $ a u 51 BLACK AND GOLD LOCAL BREVITIES end of a 34 to 23 score. This wag the first time this season Greentown has been defeated on the Greentown floor. The Fairnvount team played real ball the second half, completely out WINS AND LOSES TAKES GAME FROM GREENTOWN ftfr RPlvr npri? .tkii AFTER BEING DEFEATED AT SUMMITVILLE Sickness Knocks Out Reguar Line-up J , ' WARREN DEFEATED BY THE QUAKERS ACADEMY "FIGHTING FIVE" TLE PUTS UP A STRONG BATTl AND WINS Huntington County Aggregation D?" j fat.4 n Itanrl FoUCht Contest 00 Academy Floor Here Friday Night Academy Now in Fine Shape to Whip Marion. The Warren high school basket ball Million By WINIFRED DUNBAR. Copyright, 1821, WMWrn NpPr union "I wish you to encourage young Benton In his attentions, Nellie," spoke John Andrews to his daughter. Nellie did not reply in words, but her face flushed ami her head drooped. The word of John Andrews was law tthln bis family circle and even his wife rarely dared to gainsay him. Mrs. Andrews lookeu very solemn. She did not attempt to repress an opinion, however. "Joel Benton dropped In to see me at the ofliee yesterday," pursued Mr. Andrews in like way. his usual precise "lie intimated his sen classing their opponents. Neither team dkl much in the first half, th ;soore beimti 12 L 9 m favor of tair- mount. In all eleven fouls were call- cd on the local team, while not a single one was called on Greentown. Hollingsworth Pavno Freeman Forwards Lircle Local Basket Shooters Finding The Black ana uoia quintet piayed Themselves Unable to Get an Edge much better bsket ball than on the on the Nortti Madison County previous evening, showing more near-Husky Lads. ly eir sual style of play and team work. Plavi rf rf th rriri without F. IT. S. Si Greentown 23 team was match tor tne .caatmy j tho s?rvice of three regulars and all Fighting- Five" Friday night on the without two of the regulars, local floor as the Quakers ran away. ... . nd teams of lawyer-land Forwards McCoy Centers Abel!, Wyman Guards Johnson Guards Olfather Pkkard Williams F;eM goals Hollingsworth, C Olfath- e, Payne 5, Johnson 2, Lircle 3, Freeman 5. Foul goals Greentown, cut of 12. .. . . Wednesday night the locals journey Marion for a game with Marion high. A couple of stiff practices are booked before that time and it is re- ported that several charges in the lineup may be made unless some of i the rerrilars show up much better i than recently. At any rate Fair- j mount high will be represented in the j coming game by a group that will 1 tl-' ments toward you, Nellie. He was urged on to It, he explained, because a bit of rare good fortune, as he ox-pressed It. had come his way. As you know, he ntid his assistant at, his store. Rolfe Wilson, are related to the j wealthy Jared Jones of IMttston. The old millionaire has never paid any attention to them. Yesterday Benton re- it-r,.l n l.-ittaw on.t n .Ir'trf- fill 111111 from Mr. Jones. It notified Mm that j he might consider this royal gift as j an Indication that he was figuring on finding an acceptable heir to his enor- mous fortune." "That Is news. Indeed." murmured the marveling Mrs. Andrews. "So. Nellie." concluded her father, "there must he no more of this foolishness with Rolfe Wilson. The heir to a million Is not to be picked up every day." "Oh, mother!" cried Nellie, rushing to the side of Mrs. Andrews and burying her tear-stained face In her lap. "There Is Indeed go question of choice between Holfe and Mr. Benton!" ald Nellie forcibly. "Mr. Benton Inherited the business he owns. Poor liolfe gave up every dollar of hls rightful inheritance to pay the old debts of his father." "It was n noble sacrifice, dear," spoe .Mrs. auu rows. i "He has irono to work liko a man and he is s all there Is to Mr. Benton's j i I l . Mrs. Rene Jones is reported on the sick list. Mrs. R. P. Lindsay was in Marion Monday. Mrs. Harrtey Thomas spent the week end with an uncle in Hartford City. D. M. Hedrick is playing the piano this week for the Mayflower Grocery. Mrs. Hort Ribble returned home from Pennville, Ind., Friday, after a visit with her mother, who is ill. Mrs. Blanch Horine and son Wright .Mrs. Dwight Wadsworth were in Marion on business Saturday after- noon. A. J. Weyler and Chas. Fowler, who are students at the University of Illinois. wni arrive in Fairmount this . . . i.i.-.i-v. .5th ro. v rxr rv j c- j.v i v mv iv i . o . latives here. Mrs. Wilson Payne received word Saturday of the death on Friday evening of her grandmother, Mrs. Nancy Stephens, which occured ' at the Stephens home in Greentown Jliss Audrea Jones of Swayzee is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Lind. sey for a few days. On Friday even, ing Miss Jones and Miss Mable Riggs were in Summitville to witness the Fairmount-Summitville basket ball game. K. G. Cooper of El wood, and N. K. Cooper of Indianaplis. were the Sun day guests of Mrs. Elsie Traster and son Byron. N. K. Cooper, who came from the west to establish his labora tory in some eastern city, has decided to locate in Indianapolis. Miss Ruth Rodders of Los Angeles, ... . 1 . I tt.i:., V.w. I in no iifs oeen wiit-uuni. W. C. T. U., , Mrs. Lulu Loveland J.hepard gave her lecture on the "Mor-li ion Menace" to a large audience at the Friends church last Friday nigjit. M.t s. Shepard, although not a Mor- ;.ion. lias lived all her life in Salt Lake ilv. thu civinnr her an oDDortunitv t- thoroughly understand the situa- tion as it is today and as it has exist. cd in the past years, The object of Mrs. Shepard's work is to interest the government in pro hibiting polygamy in our country. Mrs. Shepard was for twelve years state president of the Utah W. C. T. U. Musical numbers were given by Mrs. Mable Costian, Mrs. Fern Comp. ton, Mrs. Mary MeTurnan and Miss Sybil Kramee. YOU CANT BUin AN ADVER. iTISEMENT IN THIS PAPER. THE. NEWS IS READ THROUGH. , . , j 1 with the contest by a score of 29 to 15 The score would have been more uneven but for the fact tha$ the Academy made numerous sustitutiens and did not have the ability to connect with the draperies on their short Shot. The game was fairly well played, i burstg of speed being shown at cer- i tain stages hen some clever team work was displayed by the Quakers, who worked the ball under- the oas kcts for numerous short shots. The battle started with a rush, Fainv.ount connecting for a field goal followed by a free throw. Warren at once came back with a free throw followed by a field goal makirg the score even at 3 and. Both teams battled hard for the lead in the next two minutes when Rich of Fairmount, made a pretty shot putting r airmoum j . - ft "N A. ahead. From this time on Fairmount was never in danp?r scoring at will during the rest of the fray. The first half four.d the score 19 to 8 for Fair-mount. The second half was much like the first, the Academy starting the scor- ing with a field marker followed by a r.eat, oasKot oy v . iioimes, "amn? forward. Fwm this time on the "fighting five1" benibarded the basket at will, bu missir.g many short shots. Second string men T?re used during the latter part of the game by the Academy while Warren substituted to try to check the Academy's offense without mo:h success, the game end ing 29 to 15 in favor of Fairmour.t. All of the Academy squad played well with Rich the outstanding star by sis passes and shoctinp ability. C. Holmes cf Warren, lived up to his reputation by his good floor work and by being the bes scorer for his team. Wood at forward playing for the Ac- ademy played, a consistent game as did Scott ar, 1 Brewer, wh0 alternated between the back guard position. ' Lamm at floor guard played his usual dashing fame while McCombs was j rot at hi best seeminc to not have hit his stride during the present sea- 1 son. Cecil and Lewis, who substitut- ed during the latter part of the game, j also played well. Just before the close of the prime, Cecil, was injured I and may be out of the game for a few ; days, bet should be back in the harness j by next Friday right when the "Fight- ing Five will journey to Pendleton to battle with the strcnp Pendleton five. v ; Chicago is here to spend the Christ-" continued Nellie. mas holidays with her sister, Mrs. T. bnshievs "T hope love will find a way. dear." Krouskup. after which she will re-Mrs. Andrew said simply and Nel.'io turn to California where she will felt hoored even by her p.r sym- . fmi?h hpr school wofk pathy. i Almost rtml,n,j.!jr wilh the Q AUDIENCE HEARS enshing of the draft i.ontoti walked . into the sto he owned. I LLC TURK ON MORMON ISM. "I'm cidnc to take a spell f rest. Under the auspices of Fairmount FOR SALE FOR SALE Purdue ExperimeitSti- station recommends the following balanced ration dry mash feed for self feeders: 100 lbs tankage, 300 lbs. bran and middlings, 100 lbs. oil meal, 100 lbs, corn meal, making 600 lbs for $12.00. For 150 chickeis feed 3 quarts of wheat and 3 quartg of oats in the morning and 16 quarts of shelled corn at night. A. A. Ulery & Co. FOR S.ALE One storm bUigyy, giood aa new. D. M. Woollen. FOR SALE 7-room house, good location and uf good repair, reasonable. Inquire at ?23 E. Second. FOUND FOUND Pair leather gauntlet gloves Owner can have by proving property and paying) for adv. The News Office. MISCELLANEOUS FOR CUSTOM BUTCH GRING Clayton Elsworth, Phone 1711. call FOR QUICK Auto service call W G Mon, 601 South Walnut street. Thone 382-2 rings on Red, NEWSPAPER GANG TO HAVE BIG FEED. The Grant County Press Club will have a big meeting, including a banquet on next Thursday evening at the Winters Cafe in Marion, and an invitation has been extended to all of the newspaper men and their wives in the county to attend. The meeting was to have been held on last Thursday evening, but because of the absence of several of the members of the cUib from home the date was changed. One of the matters of business tn be disposed of will be the annual election of officers. A TWICE-TOLD TALE Good news boars repeating, and when it is. con fi mod after a long lapse of time, even if we hesitated to believe it at first hearing, we feel secure iu accepting its truth now. The follow, ing experience of a Fairm0unt woman is confirmed after nine years: Mrs. Iiouisa Kimes, 6th and Vine Sts., says: "I was having nervous VW and my back ached My kid- we weak' l' Iu Kinney Pills and they gjiv usea Doan's e me com plete relief in every way. Another memoor 01 tne iamwy nag aiso ue t .1 ' 1 1 1 Doan's with benefit." (Statement giv. en July f, 1912.) On November 22, 1920, Mrs. Kimes added: "If I have any signs of my kidneys being out of order, a short use of Doan's is sure to give quick relief." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Kimes had. Foster-Milburn Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Advertisement. SMC S32S One set of tugi Fairmount high school lost hard fought games to Summitville's first and second teams at Summitvile Fn- day night. The Summitville first team won 25 to 19 and the second team won in a pame that grew qu.te '...,., tfvritiiKt bv 21 to 18 fn he first team Summitville off to a start and soon the jtooJ - tw2. By that time the lccays boc.an to tighten up and soon the score stood 7 to (?. A minute lat- er Summitville added another from tv, i!.t roakim? the score 9 to 6 for i . - - - the first half. Summitville again -got off to a good ctsvf tbo socond half and added four field goals before Fairmount was able to connect. Late :.n the half the stood Summitville 25, Fair- nit tt and the locals seemed hope, mov y jv beaten. However, Hollings. worth got loose for tw0 field goals and Fame added several fouls, bringing the local score up to 19, and Summit- ville fans were clearly getting worried just before the final pistol put an end to the rally. ? Pavne wa one of the chief factors in fcping the locals in the running by dropping in 9 out of 12 free throws j and also adding a field goal. Hollmgs-worth broke loose for three from the field and Olfather dropped in one. Summitville showed some flashy team work and kept up a continuous f the basket, especially in the early stages of the game. Woodruff connected tor six trom ir.e field and Price for four. n, Rl-sA- and Gold ouintct showed a lack of speed in the guard depart- ment the passing was somewhat er ratic at times, probably due in part to narrowness of the floor. Wilbern, LsRue and Olfather had f Cf th local line all week be- cause cf illness and Olfather was the crly. one ae to get back, he playing rart the game. j ineup and summary: 5; 19 Summitville 25 Price Forwards nollingsworth Williams j ivhard j rf?r Woodruff Latchaw Hoppes McMahan Forwards Centers Guards Guards - Olfather for Leer, Substitutions . . ... The secoind team game was quu? . , . , . finish. However. ! t,i? ocal secoIHl team was ahead most j . . .. Respite the fact that the! . r. trmitt(vt the Summitville 1 5.OTOm bang on almost at will or to R(jvance jn ca8?s as much a9 four j fi . ith the ball in their I r ; possesion. . .t nf the first halt the score , . r. t-nSr..,f Undine. j Fairmcvml !ed an through the second j nd clearty sbovj,M have had the ... m rdVrpe called fouls as shouu As it was Summitville L 1 t . within the last cr 3 to . i 1 t l Far.s were well pleasexl with the oer for pjCkard, Woods for Latchan, being shown in the campaign to aid showing the local aggregation made yOOT for Hoppes. Field goals Christmas Seals, which onered Mon-and it looks as though Marion will be payno 1, Hollingsworth 2, Olfather L dar. Ti e proceeds of those stamps given a real fifht when they come to ; r.rice, 4, Woodruff fi, Hoppes 1. Foul for the fijvht aoainst tuberculosis, the Academy, Dec. 30. At present payne, 9 out of 12; Latchan, 2 it ?s said the number of deaths have the dope is almrst even, Marion hav- ;.Jt r 5. H0ppes,-1 out of 2. Referee, increased at an alarminri rate and the ing defeated Greentown while in i Hale. .Grant county society proposes an in- .t. k ft! ' Public fight till the last ditch, and many of the great number of local fana who are planning t0 make the trip are predicting that Marion may meet with a surprise. , JOINT HOSPITAL FOR Tt IRF.RCOIJUS Plan to Have Four or Five Counties Join in Establishing Institution Being Considered The plan to secure a joint anti- j tuberculosis hospital, in connection j with Grant and several of the adjoin- ' ing counties, has been disclosed hi ; connection with the pendinci campaign ! for the sale of Christmas Seals, There is a widespread movement on f00t it is said, to secure a hospital in this part of the state and it has j been suggested that Grant,, Blackford, Wabash. Wells, and possibly Miami would join in the construction of the building. As the larger part of the expense would be contributed by ttrant county this being the larger county, it is said the location for the hospital would be somewhere in this county. Thirty thousand dollars was voted by the people of Grant county, for the purpose of erecting a hospital, but the appropriation has tnever been made, because of a lack of finances. However, with the movement for a joint hospital, it is said the likelihood for j the new ir.sVitu'ion is verv favorable.! In this connection, wide interest is tonsifietl eampaicn. I GREEN TOWNSHIP UNIT iFETS TUESDAY NIGHT. The Green township unit of the county agricultural association, will hold their regular monthly meeting Tuesday tiight at the M. E. church at Point Isabel. The Bowman Gibson ovehe-tr? will have complete charge " " .......v i i.. t '- Ifram The election ef officers for the com ing year win take place and other matters to be decided upon will be the appointment of a committee on land appraisement, the selection of a rep- ....... ...... .. resemauve irom uie townsnip on tne nominating committee for the annual uny meeting, and the naming of a committee for the selection of names fP"ty hcr5"' h ?" ub' fitted to Sheriff Bert Fowler, for ap. t proval. MEETS HIS LIEUTENANT . FAIRMOUNT VISIT , . Harry Jamison, one of the two , ..... !.. W jj-uung men wno visitea oyron 4 raster last week while making! an overland trip in an autouobile, accidently ran across his lieutenant of war times in the person of Russell Dale. Mr. jamjson was delighted to meet "Mr. Dale and related many Interesting and thrilling events that happened while they were in France and England. He stAtes that Mr. Dale wkt one of the most daring aviators tn the corps, that he nevef to1(J and lhat he had a wonderful record over there lo his credit. Mr. Jamison was one of lhe av;ators who flew from New York City to Ban Francisco about a .year ajro M Aneim wm 111 with insiMlatOi home of Mrs. KxtiU . Fyn :. ftsctUst tl Faiztci: t;.ia . i ' I turn Greentown defeated tne Acaa- emr. The Academy defeated Warren by a large margin whne barren de - featevl Amboy by a pood score, while Marion was fairly able to nose out a victory over Amboy. 5o wnen tnese teams meet on Dec. SC, it should be on a local court, neither team at pre- tent having a decided edge. The curtain raiser which was to tiave been played between Sweetser and the reserves was canceUe1 be- eause of the failure of the Sweeper team to reach here in time. An ac- tident to the automobile in which they were coming in was given as the rea- on- Lineup and summary: Academy Warren Wilson" ho said. "Ym can run things here." "There Is that debt to the city sup- ply hov.se." suggested Holfe. "You know they are pressing for payment." "Oh, I can't bother let em wait." "But yen have plenty of money now. "Yes. and I'm going to take one good ng and enjoy It." retorted Benton fill reckJessly. "How would you like to buy me out?" "I haven't the cash." "You've got some. I know. I'll be liberal. You nww that city debt and pay me a month for six months ami the store Is yours." "I will do tlint." assented Rolfe promptly and the bargain was consummated. Lawyer Andrews tabooed Uotfe Wilson, lie proeoVd to cultivate Benton. The latter began to call nt the At.drcws homo regularly, much to the discomfort Tf poor Nellie. A to Nellie herself she tried to j give her lerstsler.t suitor to under- ! stand that her heart could never T ' his. t The months rolled away. Once In a while N'ellle met Rolfe casually. ! Once a week letters expressing their j mutual tnw passed between tliem". Rolfe was working hard. 1 "It's all up with me!" Benton j a ma red him by saying, bursting into j the store one morning early and look- 1 log the picture of dejected misery and j ruin. j "Why, what's the trouble?" Inquired Holfe. j "That .0OO. I spent most of tt. Yeterhvy I wired Uncle .lared for an- : other Installment on my fortune. He telegraphed me back 'that such a ! spendthrift didn't suit him as an heir ' and I had missed my chance." I "And what about Nellie t" Inquired Rolfe.' "Oh, that's all off now. of course." announced Benton, "t think she put me oft foreseeing what a fool I'd make of myself. After all my big Ideas and bonstfulness t'll never dare to look her In the face again." And then Rolfe Wilson felt so sorry for the poor broken-tip fellow that he offered him a one-half Interest In the little business If he would get down to earth again and work as he used to do and Benton felt as grateful as a shipwrecked mariner landed safely tn the home nest. That was. not all of 0i day Uncle Jared appeared at the little store and disclosed himself. "I think you were silly In giving away half your business to a spendthrift," he Fa Id to Holfe, "hut tt ehows you're good all through. From what t hear, I fancy you will know how to take care of a big store Pre bought for you at Maiden and the rest of my fortune, when I get through with It" Of course. Joel Benton got the little store as a generous gift and, of course, Rolfe got Nellie fortune ao4 bride being well worth waiting for.' Hartf Qelna, ! cant sell my history of the war.' "Why not?" "Too many people were In this war And many of them can see flaws tc nv Hstnry.Wou!sv!Ile Courier. Jkuj , ; j ; ! j ; j j I The undersigned will olfer at Public Sale on his farm, one and one-half miles south of Fairmount; one-half mile east of Union Traction Stop No. 6, and three and one-half miles north of Summitville, on, Wednesday, December 21 Commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., the following described property: SEVEN HEAD OF HORSES Consisting of one bay horse 9 yeara old, weight 1400 lbs; one bay mare 1.1 years old, weight 1300 lbs.; one bay horse 9 years old, weight 1200 lbs.; one black mare coming 7 years old, 1400, sound; one bay horse coming 6? year3 old, 1400, sound; one black horse, 4 years old, 1400, sound; one black mare,' 4 years old, 1400, sound. , HOGS Consisting of five registefd Chester White Hogs, two fall gilta, two male, one male coming 2 ySrs old; one Duroc brood sow, farrow Feb 24th; 51 feeding shoat8 weighing about 75 pounds. All double immuned. 200 BUSHELS OF CORN IN CRIB. 4 TONS OF GOOD HAY thirty seconds for a one point lead, f jut"as the final pistol sounded, Pick- S. Holmes ! dropped in a free throw tying the Ucore at 13 all. In the first overtime C Holme Bo?Wy dropped in btie from the field ! while Summitville tied 'the score at Lombard ( 15 aU from the foul line. In the third W.tbJOT,ertjme rlrmTL8 JT1 aaIaZ Wright lhe fout iine and PickaWl added one from the field while Summitville add. JMi. . . Woods Forwards fdcCombs Forwards Rich Centers Lamm ' v Guards Brewer Guards Field goats Rich 6 .UlVl'l'CVI "1 " v.. iTM Vllltc - Lineup and summary F. H. S Seconds 18 Summitville 21 Webster, WTinn Forwards HARNESS Two sets of good britchen work harness, harness. McCombs 4, bard 2. Foul prals S. Holmes 5Boseiy McCombs 1. Substitution Academy,' Cecil for Woods; Scott for Brewer, j 1 IMPLEMENTS Two farm wagons, one box bed, one flat top hay ladders, one Deering binder, 7-foot cut; one Deering mower, new; one Bain hay loader, one culitpacker, one 2-row John Deere cultivator, one 1-row John Deere cultivator, one disc with tandem, one John Deere corn planter, one Oliver sulky, two walking breaking plows, one disc wheat drill with fertiliser attachment, one harrow one storm buggy' one soy bean attachment for corn planter one Fairbanks-Morse gasoline engine good, one stone burr feed 'grinder, one corn crusher, line shafts, boxens, split wood pulleys, one mud boat, one gravel bed, three circle saws, one platform scales; one Peoria grain weigher, cross conveyor for separator, and other articles not herein mentioned. TERMS MADE KNOWN ON DAY OF SALE morns Forwards Briles, Comer Forrest, Moore Centers Johnson McCaslin Guards Kimes oung Guards - Field goats Bosley 5, Pfckard 2, Winn S, Morris 8, Forrest 2. Foul roals Bosley 1, Pickard 3, Winn 2, Clorrts 1 Moore L, The ratrmount htih school dutntet Journeyed to Greentown Saturday td-l.t and esja tici .U3t the loft Lewis for Rich, Brewer for Scott, I Rich for Lewis, Lewis for Brewer. Warren Layman for S. Holmes, Oool. ridge for WHght. Scorer, Haisley; timet, It. ttaisley; referee, Parker Fairmount. . . Fred Patterson and wife who are here from Columbus, O., for a visit with Mr. Patterson's mother, Mr. Ella Patterson, returned Saturday from EL Vincent's hospital In Indian-tpolis where Mr. Patterson submitted t a rakat cperatich for the temot Uvf kUvsrHa. - t b J Lunch served on grounds by the ladies of Grant Church. GE02GE ' STONE ' Col. Purl Dean, Auctioneer. , f lloht. A. Korris, Clerk. I V 71 X

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