The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on January 23, 1922 · Page 3
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January 23, 1922

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 3

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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS THINK OF IT NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE lit Letters to the Editor IIS THIS IRAJlRr Dr. Clifton will treat ailments of the Stomach, Kidney, Liver, Bowels, Blood and Rheumatism. He agrees to treat you one mouth for 50 cents or three months for $1.00, under a positive gruarantee to give satisfaction or refund your money. If he does you no good it will cost you nothing. Go at once to your druggist and get one month's treatment of BRAZILEEN HERBS After you have given them a fair trial and are not satisfied, jrour druggist will promptly return your money. The following stores can supply you if your druggist does not have them in stock: FAIRMOUNT PIONEER DRUG STORE. SUMMITVILLE STEIN DRUG STORE. JONESBORO ROTHINGHAUS BROS. State Distributors C. B. Mann & Co., 1312 Main St., Anderson, Ind. NEW MULBERRY il Willie Mittank is not much better ai this writing. Anna, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Morman, has been on the sick list for the last week. Cyrus Davis, Harvey Richards, Doxey. Miller, and Clyde Davis, attended the farmers meeting at Marion Thursday. The Kingysley W. C. T. U. served lunch at the Jessie Oram's sale Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Urschel Kimes were in Marion Thursday. Lizzie Reeves is staying at the home of Mrs. Willie Mittank for a few days. Mrs. Martha Winters of Indianapolis, is Ihe guest of her brother, Cyrus Davis this winter. J. P. Wilson passed away at his home Monday evening about 7 o'clock after a short illness of heart trouble. Mrs. Lin Wright was the guest of Mrs. Liberty Hamihon Sunday. Limon Carter and son Emery, were buisness callers at Marion Tuesday. Cora and Carrie Kibby were in Matthews Monday. Rev. M'edows of Huntington, filled the pulpit at the United Brethren church at Fowlerton Sunday. Mrs. R. P. Lindsey made a business trip to Marion Wednesday. MORE FACTS ON TAXATION IN FAIRMOUNT. Our investigations bring us the information that properties on Main street of about the same worth, vary in appraisement five or six hundred dollar?, but all are appraised above cash value. We find that the people of this town are paying taxes on thousands of value that they do not own. It is up to the people to see that they get appraisers this year that will do more than stop on the street and guess at the value of the properties, also see that our assessment is on a par with other parts of the county. Last week the printer made us say C. C. Brown, instead of H. C. Brown, as we meant it. We would like to hear from other taxpayers too. If we are to get relief we must "hang together," or suffer seperately. The Russian Bolshevists confisti-cated the people's property at one swoop, but our Lenines are more humane, and extenuate the suffering a few years semi-annually. Other cases of extortior are: J. E. Smiley, house and lot," cash value, f 1,-200.00, tax valuation, $1,950.00; Henry Barber, cash, SS50.00, tax valuation, $1,700.00. A TAXPAYER. ito tax njy LUOEMS pilllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllW STEAM HEATING PLANT FOR MASONIC BLOCK. The Fairmount Masonic lodge has-purchased the boilers and radiators taken from the high school building during the remodeling process last summer, and will install a steam heatings plant in the business block on Main street, in which the post office is located, at an early date. Eyes Tested, (ilasses Fitted by State Registered OITOMETMSTS Dr. C. C. FARIS and Dr. EMIL FARIS clusively Optical DR. C. L. FENTON Dentist -X-RAY- Rooms over Postoffice lours 8 to 11:3C a. m. 1 to 5 p. m 3 r CUI1BKE mm Rural Roiate Subscribers 50,000 Persons Publicly Recommend Our Remedy, Some are Fairmount People Over one hundred thousand have recommended Doan's Kidney Pills, For backache, kidney, urinary ills, Fifty thousand scried testimonials, Are appearing now in public print. Some of them are Fairmount people. Some are published in Fairmount. No other remedy shows such proof. Follow this Fairmount man's example. C. H. Everhart, 303 N. Seymour St., says: "My kidneys were not acting right and I had lumbago and severe backaches that made it hard to do any stooping or lifting. The action of my kidneys was irregular, at times very free. I used Doan's Kidney Pills and they soon rid ma of the backaches 1 and put my kidneys in good condition." j Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't i simply ask for a kidney remedy get I Doan's Kidney Pills the same that !jut. Lvernart naci. r oster-3inourn o. Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Advertisem tnt. Mrs. E. H. Parker has returned from a brief visit with friends in Summitville. The Muncie Star ! I j i i to ; j a We have completed an arrangement with The Muncie Star whereby we can offer that paper to our rural route subscribers in connection with our own a very advantageous rate. We do not need to tell you about The Star. Most of you are familiar with It contains all of the general news that anyone needs, as well as news of local interest. Its market and financial page is surpassed by few papers. Changing conditions have made it possible for The Star to reduce its price to $4.00. No. 3819. Notice is hereby given to the creditors, heirs and legatees of Melissa J. Leach, Deceased, to appear in" the Grant Circuit Court, held at Marion, Indiana, on the 13th day of February 1922, and show cause, if any, why the Final Settlement Accounts with the estate of said decedent should not be approved; and said heirs are notified then and there make proof of heir ship and receive their distributive shares. WITNESS, the Clerk of said Court, this 21st day of January 1922. S. A7 CONNELLY, Clerk of Grant Circuit Court. Jan 23-30, Feb. 6. The ladies of the Home Missionary Society of the M. E. church will give ten cent social on Thursday after-j noon at the home of Mrs. John Sim-! ons on West Second street. All ladies of the church are cordially invited to attend. Did you have company last week? Main 265 will be glad to hear all about I i m m OFFER RALPH C. COTTRELL SPECIALIST ON THE FITTING OF GLASSES 409 Marion National Bank Building MARION, INDIANA For z r at it. Phone 246 menthol cough chops Jr straight GIVE QUICK RELIEF 1 $ Snid the world ver AUCTIONEER STOCK SALES A SPECIALTY. Call at my expense, Phone 2. on. 13 Fowlerton. C. W. DICKERSON Chiropractors McAtee and McAtee Fairmount Office Hours: Summitville 2 to 5 ard Tuesday, Thurs- 7 to 8 p. m. day and Saturday Phone 280 8 to 11 a. ra. 15. LUUtH DENTIST Rooms over Hahne Drug Store OffiAo rtr.ro- :.?n m.; 1 to f Sundays by Appointment f2 r Sale. Lunch Served on Grounds- EOMES TONY PAYNE, Cler o Sal COMWM The MuHicie Star ) One year AND Fairmount News $4 Former price oE the two $7.00 You Save $2.50 The undersigned wffil sell At the E. L. Kimea residence, 4 miles southwest of Fairmount 7 miles northwest of Summitville, on Wednesday, February 1st Commencing at 10 o'clock a. m., the following: described property: V This special rate applies only to rural route subscribers." The regular rate of The Star on rural routes is now $4.00, a reduction of $1.00, so that you can secure both papers for less than the former price of The Star alone. Really, you cannot afford to do without a good daily newspaper in your home, in addition to your local weekly. .HORSES AND J1ULES One pair 12-year-old mules, good ones, weighing about 240(X pounds; one bay team of mares 5 years old, -weighing about 1350; one black gelding 9 years old, weighing about 1350, all Bound. 'CATTLE One Jersey cmr coming 7 years old, a 6-gallon cow when iresh; two miliib. cows, oe fresh, and the other fresh about the last of February. HOGS Consisting of one brood sow, 2f years old, one gilt, seven shoats, weighing about 75 pounds; one brood sow and four shoats. GRAIN AND HAY Between 300 and 400 bushels of Corn; About 150 bushels of corn and a"but one ton clover hay. FARMING IMPLEMENTS One John Deere wagon, good as new; liay ladder and hog rack combined; one John Deere! disc, good "as new; -one John Deere stag plow, one Deere cultivator, one 60-tooth harrow, one sausage grinder and lard press, some steel drums, with 5 or 6.; gallons hog oil; one steel King wagon and box, heavy set breeching harness, one brooder house, one hog fountain, one Dowagiac wheat drill, one Little Dutch sulky plow, one spike tooth harrow, chicken coops, hog troughs, and other articles too numerous to mention. Send $4.50 at once Eor a year's ubscription Eor And A airmaountt ' News F Terms Made Known on Day of E. L. A. E. PURL DSAN, Apcti mn I J (.J,........ ....!. tiUtUUUtllUUllmUMlU ..j, .............. ......... V ! . I HllittimiiivflimatllMIII"iffl I 1: r- t r - -' - ' j - "III t( it:

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