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February 9, 1922

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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS Rev. Stephen Scott, who has been ill for the past week with the prevailing! epidemic, is slowly improving. GRANT FOWLERTON DEPARTMENT Mrs. Minnie Crecraft, Reporter NOTICE Having purchased the Robert Smith grocery on North Main and Sixth Sts.. I wish to announce to the people of Fairmount, that I will sell for cash on a very low margin of p- ofit, giving you the very best prices that money and experience will procure. Give me a trial order and be convinced. LEROY SIIRONTZ. Elevator Company Meets visiting her mother, Mrs. Flora Hav-The Fowlerton Elevator & Feed ens this week, company held its annual meeting Miss Mary Compton, teacher of Monday afternoon at the Fowlerton Leachburg school, spent Monday eve-school building. Reports and election ning with Mr. and Mrs. Win. Craw STEWARDSHIP MEETING AT BAPTIST CHURCH The stewardship meeting of the Baptist church last Sunday was one of the best meetings .held in the church in some time, both in point of attendance and interest. Misses Vera George, Louise Odell, Messrs Delbert Harris, Wayne Gordon, Tuttle and Rev. Roland drove over from Anderson to assist in the meetings. Rev. Farris, pastor of the Baptist church at Alexandria and also a professor in the high school of that place gave the Stewardship sermon and Messrs Harris and Gordon talked before a splendid assemblage of the B. Y. P. U. Mr. Gordon's subject being "Steward- and family. Rev. and Mrs. Meyers left Wednes day for a few days visit with their children at Carmel, Ind. Mr. and Mlrs. Henry Deeshon took Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Atkinson. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Richards are moving the latter part of this week to the Wm. Carpenter property on the east side of the park. Rev. Everett Mills of Summitville Irene Payne spent Sunday after- noon wiin .rtiice i-iitue. Berniece Robertson is back in school after missing a few days with tonsili-tis. Zella Lewis is back in school this week. Victor Payne and his mother, Mrs. James Payne, have the influenza. George Fowler assisted Zimiri Os-born butcher Tuesday. Zola Little is back in school after two weeks absence. Mildred Addison, the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Addison, is on the sick list. Mrs. Ina Whybrew and daughters attended church at Harmony last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Billie Richards of near Afatthews entertained Miss Alice and j tavnes. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Little and daughter and their oo-Tinany, Mr. John Wor-reU of Pjyille, Ind., spent Saturday afternoon n Marion. Mr. and Mrs. James Payne took Sunday dinner with Henry Yarber and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Rosco Rich and family attended the funeral of Mrs. Rich's grandmother. Mrs. caoe or near jua- rion Wednesday. I WAR MOTHERS iMKRT I will move in a short time to the pro- Bessie Whybrew at dinner last perty vacated by Clyde Richards. day. Cecil Couch, who has been a patient ' George Fowler is staying at Jomes WITH MRS. ADDIE WINSLOW I every thing worthy to grace a festive -j-g War Mothers met Monday eve- ' board of this kind, including a large . , A, , . ... TTT nrJwu,,, ,i nf0in;nT oio-fct r-nnH- of omcers being the principle business features of the meeting. I he board of directors were elected as follows: John W. Hinielick, L. P. Simons, M. M. Beast n. Wick O. Leach, J. A. Hol-loway, J. E. Leach and D. C. Dulirnr. The board of directors will meet Wednesday afternoon and elect officers for the ensuing year. Community Auction Sale, Fowlerton, Feb. 16. 1922. Watch for large ad in Monday's issue. Meetings Combined. Prayer service and the regular monthly business meeting was held Tuesday night at the M. P. church. Mrs. Henry Owens will open her home to the mothers and children of the Fowlerton Cradle Roll Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock, with Mrs. Frank Brewer as leader. tMirs. Earl Dulingi who has been seriously ill for the past two weeks with a throat infection and asthma, remains in a critical condition. She is now suffering with heart and nervous trouble. Mrs. Duling's mother from West Virginia, came Friday to make an indefinite stay. Mrs. Holland Nottingham is on the sick list this week. i J. W. Jones took Sunday dinner with C. R. Partridge and family. School Notes A large percent of children who have been out of school for several days have returned to their school work this week. Clarkson Holloway visited school Wednesday afternoon. Verniece Lees spent Tuesday night with Hazel Holloway. School was held last Saturday to help make up some days missed during the holllday season. Dora Lee Crecraft spent Tuesday night with Gladys Lees. Geo. Allen, who has been ill with diphtheria is able to be out again. Myron and Frank Partridge spent Sunday with Herbert and Howard Leach. Local and Personal Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Partridge and Mrs. Meyers called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Duling Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Partridge were Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Craw. Mrs. Ruth 'Murray and daughter Francis visited her sister, Mrs. Harley Holmes Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Ethel Reeder of Marion is t ' At Quarterly Meeting at the Gr3nt church Rev. E. T. Howe of Indianapolis will preach Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning. Paul Winslow, son of Mr. and M-'a. Kiah Winslow of East WashinrKn stieet, who has been ill for some time, shows some improvement. An opt ration on the lungs removing the puss giave much relief and he has continued to steadily improve ever since. He and his parents wish to -.- Vnd thanks to the War Mntliprs for tlio foo it-5. ful floral offering, sent him FOR SALE FOR SALE A good two wheel auto trailer. See E. H. Parker. FOR S.ALE One wood sawing outfit; complete, engine and saw. M. K. Voorhis. We have a car load of Swift's 60 tankage on track. A. A. Ulrey & Co. We carry a full line of Clover Seeds at reasonable prices. A. A. Ulery & Co. FOR SALE For Rent, For Sale, No Hunting cards for sale at The News office. HIRAM, Hitch the gray hosses up; just got to have some Blue Jacket coal. Brown sells it. FOR SALE One folding sulky, in good shape. 735 South Walnut St. Fresh car load medium salt in barrels, hundred pound bags and 50 pound blocks. A. A. Ulrey & Co. Community sale at Howell's Barn on West Washington street, Feb. 22. 1 See J. C. Dean or Lew Caskey. FOR RENT FOR RENT Farm, 40 acres, about 3 2 miles east of Fairmount on Washington street. Phone 163 or 151. Ed Ml. Hollingsworth, Exec. ( WANTED WANTED To rent unfurnished rooms suitable for light housekeeping. Inquire at The News office. Bring your eggs. Am ready to run a hatch. Sallie Hollingtsworth. WANTED Young women and men to learn stenography or salesmanship at home. Big demand. Typewriter furnished. Free employment service. Write for free literature on course you prefer. FEDERAL EXTENSION UNIVERSITY. Champaign, Illinois. WANTED TO HEAR All the latest news. Apply The News office or 'phone 265. MISCELLANEOUS LOST Music stand, between Second and Sixth streets on Vine. Charles KpR.lpr. Phonfi 207-2 Red. We have a car load of Chestnut size hard coal for chicken brooders. A. A. Ulrey & Co. in the Marion hospital for several days has been brought to his mother's home to stay for a short time, while he is gaining! strength before going to his home east of Summitville. Elder N. L. Ford visited Abner's Creek church near Indianapolis Saturday and Sunday. The automatic tomato peelers which were used during the canning season last year were crated at the close of ; the pack and were shipped east Mon- j day. . f.,. o kc;n. tr!n to Matthews Tuesday. j Mr. John S.teelman of Fairmount j took dinner with Dallas Atkinson and I familv Thursdav 1 Mark Norton has returned home from a business trip to Ohio. j. o. Duling has been quit ill at his home for several days. Mr. and Mrs. John Leach spent iJCani SPCIH Sunday afternoon with Jake Leach and 1 family. Mrs. Wm. Murrav visited her mother, Mrs. Wheaton at the home of j Mr. Woollen at Fairmount Wednes- day. ! Mr. Geo. Bannister returned home Fairmount for a Vow davs. j near Mr. and Mrs. Noal Whittaker of DunVirk. were Sunday evening callers on Mr. and Mrs. Oren Kirkwood. Miss Mattie Deeren who has been in Gas City for the past two months , . 1 .irs. vjpo. nosers, wno nas oeen bed fast for several weeks suffered a relapse Sunday. However, she is thought to be better at this writing. Mrs. Amanda Todd, who has been ill for several weeks was not so well last Wednesday evening. Mrs. Todd was moved to her son's home in Hart- ford Citv. Mrs. Todd stood the trip i fine and reports say she is getting, along nicely now. Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Atkinson, Mrs. Murray, Mrs. Etta McCoy and Mrs. Carrie Kimes called on Mrs. Wm. rvav and son Herbert, Tuesday afternoon. Lutle Herbert Craw, who has been ill the past two weeks is again better. Mrs. Jacob Hiatt is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hiatt of Gary, are visiting relatives in this vicinity. Ice cream and cake will be served at the M. E. church Tuesday night, Everybody is invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ferning and family spent Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Hollowell. The Willing Workers are planning to meet Saturday evening with Miss rem litus. ! : , j ; ' NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS E. B. COUCH DENTIST Rooms over Hahne Drug Store Offie tacra: if 3?.?.P m.; 1 fcs DR. C. L. FE1MTON Dentist X-RAY Rooms over Postcffice Hoars 8 lo 11:30 a. m. 1 to 5 p. a AUCTION EE R STOCK SALES A SPECIALTY. Call at my expense, Phone 2. on. 19 Fowlerton. C. W. DICKERSON Rubber Stamps. When needing anything in the Rubber Stamp line see us. FAIRMOUNT NEWS. Eyes Tested, (ilaes Fitted by JStiite Uejrifttered O I TOM ET 1 1 1 STS Dr. C. C. FARIS and Dr. EMIL FARIS Exclusively Optical jJrori Chiropractors McAtee and McAtee Fairmount Office Hours: Summitville 2 to 5 ard Tuesday, Thura- 7 to 8 p. m. day and Saturday Phone 280 ' 8 to 11 a. m. a grade of Butter will be made - fa Frankfort, Ind. cr ym ti ml 13 3 ii i li s i ship of our talents" while Mr. Harris . -PWh U1 Ane oiewiui"p x nuan ces, or giving a tenth. I here was also organized a Stewardship Lea- gue of Members. FATHER AND SON CELEBRATE BIRTHDAYS. Within two days of each other, Dr. D. M. Woollen and his young son Timothy have birthdays, and their friends and neighbors in order to celebrate these events planned and car- rie(j out a surprise on them Friday - , . k Th pupates broue-ht baskets from which they produced "-uimoj "" .vw.ww..6 les. Ihose present were Mr. ana Mrs. Palmer Ice, Mr. and Mrs. Barna-by Bogue, Mrs. J. P. Seale, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ray, Mrs. Lay ton Is older, Doris and Wola TrTTM c TfntVi -TnconVi AT stmia . w, - , and William Seale, Frances and James Nolder, Miss Pauline bcott and Mrs. Jane Oldfield. FARMER IS FOUND DEAD IN HIS BED Funeral services for George Loer, who was found dead in bed Tuesday morning at his home, one mile east and one and one-half miles south of Herbst, were held at 10 o'clock this morning at the residence, with Elder C. I. Goble in charge. Burial was made at the Swayzee I. O. O. F. cemetery. Mr. Loer, who was 78 years of age, had been in poor health for some time, but had improved within the last few days. When his wife attempted to wake him at an early hour Tuesday morning she discovered he had passed away. Besides the wife, he is survived by two sons, John Loer, residing, on the home place, and Henry Loer, of Fairbanks, Alaska, and a half-brother, J. B. Loer, of Bridgeport, 111. Harry Favors is confined home with sickness. to his Mrs. Sam Leer is spending several davs with htr sister at Miami. Ruth and Martelle Caskey are out Qf school this week on account of the flU- The several patients at the Lloyd ( Campbell home are showing much j improvement. j Mrs. b. W. Jonnson 01 Lynn, ina., i spending the week witn ner sister Mrs. Clarence Tutorow. ! Mrs. Paul LaRue and son Paul, who have been ill for some time with in-, fluenza, are able to sit up. Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Lewis and JjeQ Moon were dinner pUests . - . j tic-- Wn. ward Knipple m Marion. I Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Adams of I wVi?to "Pio-nn- Mirh came Mondav to 1 ". - -e .... M A M Carl McCombs Mn Adams drove on to Indianapolis for a day. O. TL Scott, whose condition has ; . . A l ! I Deen very serious continues 10 snow j ; slight improvement. Yesterday and today he seems to have more strength that he has yet Baa. The body of Sylvester Oldfield was ! brought here Wednesday irom Koko- . mo for burial. A daughter, Mrs. Nor- ; mac Runyan and "husband accompamea i the body here and burial was made in Park cemetery. Funeral services were held prior to coming to Farr-mount in the home at Kokomo. Mr. Oldfield lived at one time south c.f town near Summitville. There .was good attendance of the ; members of the Ladies Aid society of Uh M. E. church which met Wednes- day afternon at the home of Mrs. George Shields on West Washington street. At the business session plans were made to purchase table linen for the tables at the church and during the social session light refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tutorow entertained at Sunday dinner Jn honor of the latters sister Mrs." S. W. Johnson, the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Chester Brewer and son Virgil, Mr. John Eaton and daughters Lallie and Gladys at Summitvillte, and Miss Goldie Brewer. Afternoon callers ; were Mr. and Mrs. Burl Brewer and on wy"; nd Mr- ir"s- Arthur brewer and daughter Marie. i i ! ! 1 ! j ! II 1! !i HACK LEM AN j 'I ! ning at me nome 01 ineir wai muun er. Mrs. Addie Winslow on South 1 Main street and held an interesting meeting. During the routine before the club it was decided to send potted ; lanfc to the homes of the members ' , . 1 1 1 v, , v , wnere mere was sickness aim un ur following morning these beautiful offerings gladdened many a home. In before the . addition to the business club there was given a good program, 1 several very interesting papers being read by the members. During the social hour everyone engaged in a, 'candy heart hunt, Miss Mbrtha Wins- j low, a guest at the meeting, coming: Gff victorious and winning the prize, L- ht refreshments were served and . valentines civen as favors, ihose triven as favors. present were Mesdames Bevington, McEvoy, Langsdon, Ramsey, Ricks, Listenfelt, Pace, Turner, Draper, Buck, Scott, Lyons, Cassel, Stephens, Ilollinnsworth. Gambriel, Mrs. Addie Winslow and Miss Martha Winslow. FORMER FAIRMOUNTER DIES IN KANSAS. Word has been received here of the death of Mrs. Lydia Morris Arnold, well known to most of the pioneers still living in Fairmount and Fair- mount township, at her home in Ot- tawa, Kan., Jan 16. She was the daughter of Nathan Morris and moved away from Fairmount more than fifty years ago. Since her marriage to Isaac Arnold, she has lived in Mis- souri, Kansas ana UKianoma. i.yaia , Morris was born in 1844 on a farm J called the Sammy Dillon place near j Back Creek where she attended school, t Later she was a teacher in the schools in Fairmount township. For years j MJrs. Arnold was active in work as a teacher among the Indians, in Sunday school associations, in Women s ; Christian Temperance Union matters,! in suffra-e organizations and other , l'nes of endeavor 3 ving to do with the betterment of civic and social conditions. She w?.s Ih" aunt of Edgnr M. Baldwin. Mrs. Ed Hollingsworth and Mrs. William F. Kirkpatrick. ,.. -irs- nnur uranaamour 01 andria is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bertaux LETTER LIST 111 cue postoffice Letters remaining r ttie weeK ending February 4, vo&t, , . .n.-..-. which if not called for in two weeks win oe sen-, uj me u;au leiir I'liice M'ss Mary Kaber. Mrs. Esther J. Morris. Miss Lucile Richards. W. P. VAN ARSDALL, P. M. NOTICE TO BIDDERS Air Lift Pumping Equipment and Concrete Reservoir for the Town of Fairmount, Indiana XT: ; v v, v i, 1. o. b. cars Fairmoxmt, Indiana, in- the services of a skilled Erect ing iigineer, for the following pumping equipment and reservoir: ITEM NO. I. Three Air-Lift Pumps with Well rn . t - 10PS an.a. "J?11 P rangp. One Air Receiver and Accessories. One Air Compressor and Electrie Motor. Discharge and Air Line Piping for Wells. TTEM NO. IL One Concrete Reservoir. According to plans and specifications now on file in the Town Clerk's Office for the improvement of the present Water Works System of the Town of Fairmount, Indiana, as herein given, bids will be received by the Board of Trustees until the hour of 7:30 p. m., March 20th, 1922, at which time the bids will be opened and pub-lically read, after which the bids will be considered and the award made as early as practicable. Bidders may submit bids on either item I. or on item II, separately, or bn both items and each separate bid will be considered within itself whether embracing one or both items. Board of Trustees of the Town of Fairmount, Ind.. by mm m v- Mnf HHttlT 'W W Attest: JOHN R. LITTLE, Clerk. Feb. D-1G-23 Khrch 2-9-16 j Mr. and Mrs. Lem Herron and Mr. j UnH Tt-C Wmllno oolliul rry 1 w ' ..wv. vcw. v11 Ti, and Mrs. Orville Lawson Sunday af-j ternoon. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Bob Moon and family entertained at dinner Sunday Mr. and j 'rs. Dwiarht Osborn and children,! Mrs. Emma Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. J John Moon and babv and Art T.nrK I Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. : PauLMCombs. j Air. ana Mrs. L-ie-htfoot snpnt. rar the week with Mr. and MTs. Cash Dickey. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Bannister spent Saturday and Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Bannister. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Neal, Mr. and Mrs. Paul McCombs and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Powers were callers at the home of Mr. and M"rs. Everett Moon Satur day eveningi. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Comer and Profitable Dairying requires a few things besides good cows, comfortable barns, silo, plenty of the right kind of feed, and that properly-rationed. It needs also A CONSTANT, EVEN OUTLET, the year round, one that insures a fair market value for Butterfat, in whatever quantities produced, one that will I 11 IP 11 ; NEW MULBERRY IL Anderson Mittank is on the sick list. ! Mr. and Mrs. Emery Carter and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Richards were in; Muncie Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Oram was in Jonesboro Saturday. ; Willie Mitank is able to set up at- ter being down three weeks with rheu- j matism. Miss Pauline Davis was the guest Sunday of Hazel Waymire. Liberty Hamilton and daughter Myrtle were in Matthews Monday. Mrs. Oscar Lewis of Matthews was the guest of her mother, Mrs. Will Duling baiuiuay night and Sunday. The Kingsley W. C. T. U. will hold their next meeting) with Mrs. Cyrus Davis, Feb. 8, with Mrs. Pearl Richards as leader. Mrs. Earl Duling is a little better at this writing. Bruce, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Kelly, has been sick for a few days. Mrs. Vergie Duling was in Marion Saturday. William Corn and son Russell were the guests of Doxey Miller and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Urshel Kimes and son Thomas, were the guests of Lewis Harrison and family Sunday. Mrs. Osmer Kiby is on the sick list. Willie Robins is visiting his father in the south part of the state for a few days. John Carter is out of school on ac- count of sickness. ..... uras rt uiiams is mck wuh j iujj- i move south of Matthews the last of the month. tv, ?o-,tVi crruAo w nd irirls had a debate Friday eveningy tv.iiu T7iViot-h i rTi on tht t J sick list for a few days. . .. - . RIGDON 1L Misses Edith Fleener and Lois Leachman, Messrs Lowell Coahran, Russel Brown, Muriel Comer, spent S'undav and Sunday evening! visiting Miss Lenna McClintock. Miss Edna Davis spent the weekend visiting John Lee and family. An Epworth League was organized Sunday evening by the young people of the M. E. church-Mrs. Gertrude Dickey is on the sick list. Clair and Lawrence McTuman of Indianapolis, spent Sunday visiting their mother, Mrs. Judith McTuman. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Jackson called n Mr and Ws. John Jackson Sunday; Mrs. Kate Hueston spent Sun-t with Mrs. Jane Bayless who has been in very poor hc&th.I j I i ' conserve the quality, so that wJE m c T J.S' JohniHds will be received for furnishing Rybolt and family from it that will bring the highest market prices. Schlosser's Cream Route System irarajni rated when the Schlosser Brothers business wras founded more than 37 years ago, and consistently maintained all these years, has proven to be the only System ever used or now being used , that accomplishes these results. See our Route Collector, District Supervisor, or drop a postal to the Home Office. "We want to tell you more of the benefits of Schlosser's Cream Route System. Sunday afternoon Mlss Lova Moon spent Friday after- noon with Mrs. Irene McCombs. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Gibson and! daughter Paulino win miPsU S..r,rlr-tr I e i : . a i i . iur umn?r ai me nome oi Mr. ana r Mrs. Harley Plank. Miss Mae Kemmer spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kemmer. Mrs. Peariie Eiber and children are spending the week with her parents at Summitville. Mr. and Mrs. Lige Kerlin and children and Mrs. Eva Martin of Kokomo, spent Monday and Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Florea. Mr. and iMVs. Sam Kimes and daughter Mary Agnes, were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. James S.heedy. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Love and baby near Rigdon spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Neal. Miss Thehna Gibson who has been quite ill for several days is some better now. Mrs. Nettie Eddington, Mrs. Pearl Davis, Mrs. Waymire and Mrs. Eli Eddington called on Mr. and Sirs. Walter Gibson Monday afternoon. They have all been sick with the flu. ' AND THEN, a De Laval Separator is necessary to make your cows profitable. New low prices now in effect. Ask your local De Laval Agent or our Route Collector about a De Laval Separator. SCHLOSSER BROTHERS Cream Buyers Since 1884 Home Office

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