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February 23, 1922

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 3

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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS FOWLERTON DEPARTMENT Mrs. Minnie Crecraft, Reporter PUBLIC STOCK SA J IP Hogs, Cattle and -llblu Horses Joint Session Jones in Upland Saturday afternoon. The Fowlerton W. C. T. U. and Mis- I Mrs. Nellie Pearson spent Sunday 1 sionarv Societv of the M. P. church night and Monday with her daughter,! met in a joint session at the home of : Mrs. Bob Davis in Hackleman. i Mrs. Nevin Raber Thursday after- j Harry Winan was in Fairmount on J noon. Meetingi was opened by sing- j business Monday. i intr "Welcome for Me," Mrs. Ollie Miss Elsie Lees was afternoon j Duline read the ninetv-first Psalm. ! guest of Miss Mary Duling Sunday. ; Academy Sales Pavilion s. Dickerson jMiss .lia lJelle Winan wa s a bun-i prayers offered by Mrs. PUBLIC SALE! We will sell at Public Auction on the Nannie R. Shirk farm, 2 miles east and 5H miles north of Ehvood, 1 mile west and 1 miles south of Rigdon, 2 miles east and XA mile 'south of Leisure. Sale will be held in a heated hog barn. Tuesday, February 28th Sale commencing 10:00 a. m. 50 S. P. SOWS Pure bred Spotted Poland China sows and gilts; bred to farrow in Mhreh and first part of April. 100 FEEDING SHOATS All pure bred Spotted Poland Chinas. A chance for farmers to buy pure bred hogs at farmers' prices. Lunch Served on Grounds. TERMS Three, six and nine months time, anyway to suit, purchaser riving note that bank will accept with 6 per cent, interest from date of sale. 4 per cent, discount for cash. No property to; be removed until tei-ms of sale are complied with. WILES & SHIRK Bert Leisure, Lee Drawhorn, Auctioneers W. E. Clymer, Clerk O ATI TDHAV TT Tl day dinner guest of Miss Anna Smith. Thelma Retz, Frances, Doyte and 1 John Barrett are back in school after j being out for several weeks on ac-, count of diphtheria. i Mrs. Flora Havens and daughter : and Mrs. Cury, roll-call answered by ouotations from Frances E. WTillard, Mrs. Iva Caskey gave an excellent reading entitled. "In Memory of a Great Life": Mrs. Hattie Meyers sang "Give Back My Boy," Mrs. Ada-line Atkinson recited "How Still She 10:30 a. m. Mrs. Edith Murray visited Mrs. Lena stands," Mrs. Myrtle Mohaney read Dickerson Tuesday afternoon. 1 ances E. Willard as written bv Mrs.Efnc rirht. Mrs. Elsie Jones, "France: It P Lady lit tenrv Somerset. The Union Mrs. Lyda Leach. Miss Delia Jones . voted two dollars for the memorial land Mrs. Ruth Murrav met at the fund. Tli? meeting was then rriven home of Mrs. Lena Dickerson Wei-' 4 HEAD OF HORSES Two good work mares, one seven and one nine years old; two 2-year-old colts. COWS One Holstine, giving good flow of milk, with calf by side; one registered Shorthorn cow, fresh soon; one registered Shorthorn male, seven months old; eight head of summer calves and five head of young calves. HOGS Forty-five head of sows; consisting of 35 head of pure bred Durocs from the best blood lines of the breed; si Spotted Poland pure bred; one Duroc male "Jack's Orion Fancy." A lot of feeding shoats. TERMS OF SALE Six months time with 7rr interest. ESS ov?- to Mrs. Delia Duline, superintendent of Mite Box offerinar. "The Lord Leadeth Me" was read by Mrs. Eisie Jones, recitation "Thank Offering Boxes" by Mrs .Tura Jones, "Her Best Gift" was read by Miss Fern Dome. Mite Boxes were opened and found to contain the sum of $17. Delicious refreshments of fruit salad and cake were served by the hostess to thirty-three meinbers and visitors present. BIG COMMUNITY A. E. RATLIFF & SO Aoct Sa ion e AUCTIONEERS Col. Col. II. D. Wilson. Lunch Served Purl Dean, Col. Frank Relfe, Col. R. A. Jones, Lin Wilson, Clerk nesday afternoon to plan for the I lunh at Fred Mahoney's sale. j Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davis were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. j Oren Kirkwood. afternoon guests j were Mr. and Mrs. Holland Nottingh i h?m. j Mr. and Mrs. Alva Dickerson of , near Fairmount visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elge Richards Thurs- j dnv. j Mrs. Efe WnVht visited her son ; Fred Wright in Fairmount Tuesday j mrrht. Mr. nd Mrs. E. W. Leach of Gas- j ton called on VK and Mrs. George '. Bannistor Sunday evening. Mrs. S. B. Lench who has ben very ! V for coveral days is thought to be I imnrovin now. W. D. Nottingham spent Sunday in j HrnHnson. ! Mis GaV Smih was in Fairmount Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. James Scoft moved thr'r househoM roods to a farm west of Tr'-rrr--,ount Saturdav. j Miss Onf 1 Key '"ft Wednesday to mqVn h"" home h her annt, Mrs. j rah Newton -vest of Fairmovnt. ; She will enter Marion Business Col- I !o' soon. j Mrs Wm. Jarvis. Mrs. Abe Smith, j tre. Myrtl" Roberta and M'. Anna 1 TTor-.Vr. ralVd on Mrs. Mfnnie Ban- i rpc-fnr Thnrcdnv aftemoo". M- S. D. Key was a Marion visitor Wednesday. . Entertained Miss Louise Yarbrouch entertained a number of her school friends at her home Wednesday evening. Games were played and refreshments of ice cream and candy were served to the following guests: Miss Ruth Lloyd, Merle Hayden. Vernice Lees, Harold, Margaret and Charles Mahoney, Herbert, Helen -and Louise Leach, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mahoney, Louise and Mrs. Mary Yarbrough. At the Howell Barn on West Washington Street FAIRMOUNT, SATURDAY, FEB. 25 Commencing at 1 o'clock P. M, the following property: Sunday Services Elder L. C. Ragon returned to his home in Indianapolis Sunday evening after conducting services here Saturday afternoon and Sunday mornin?. A good attendence was present both Sale! Public days. Next Saturday and Sunday will be the reru!ar preachinn service days for the Primitive Baptist church. tlder L. l. Lroole ot fcwayzee win have charge of the meeting. A public invitation is extended to all. We, the undersigned, will offer at public sale on the John Frost farm, one mile east and one-half mile south of Fairmount, on Tuesday, February 28th the following property, sale to begin at 10 o'clock a. m. HORSES One pair black geldings, weight about 1500 pounds. The Community Sale which was held here last Thursday afternoon proved to be a decided success, the sum amounting to S2.130. 25. FOR RENT 40-aere farm, about 3J miles east of Fairmount. Phone 161 or 151. Ed M. ITollingsworth, Executor. Local and Personal Society among the ancient Chinese E!cVr N. L. Ford was called to i tribal. Koanoke, inn., where he cono.uctea at was funeral service Sunday afternoon. j Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davis and ! 9 HEAD HORSES AND MULES One sorrel mare, 5-years-old, weight 1,300 pounds; sound and a good worker. One 5-year-old Roadster. One 6-year-old black gelding, weight 1,100 pounds. One sorrel mare, weight 1.400, sound and a good worker. One team of smooth mouth horses, gpod workers. One team of 2-year-old mules. One 12-year-old general purpose horse, a good worker. COW One Holstein cow, 3-years-old. gives 2 gallons of; milk a day, be fresh in May, a No. 1 cow. POULTRY Two dozen White Leghorn hens. MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES One new Primrose cream separator. One lot of new shoes, ranging firm 3to 5H, misses, these are new shoes. One heavy log wagon. One farm wagon. One Sunburst base burner. One bunch of grain bag;?. Brand new 12-foot farm gate. New galvanized individual hog trough. One set heavy harness. AUTOMOBILES One Maxwell touringi car, in good mechanical condition and running order. One 7-passenger McFarland six cylinder, in A-l condition. AUTOMOBILE ACCESSORIES, to be sold at Sheriff's Sale Consisting of 2 bicycle tires, one motorcycle tire, 28x3; blow out patches, cement, etc.. 2 storage batteries, 1 lot of oil, one lot of spark plugs, 2 mirrors, and other articles too numerous to mention. This is a good time for farmers to get their spark plugs for their tractors for the coming season. TERMS Ten dollars and under cash in hand, over $10 six months credit with approved security, note drawing 6 per cent, interest from date. COME AND MAKE YOUR DOLLARS GO FURTHER BY BUYING AT THIS SALE ALBERT MORRIS, Auctioneers and Managers. FAIRMOUNT STATE BANK, Clerk. family of Hackleman spnt Sunday is, JVl. ..g&&gSVKArifJK3A'ag Special Offerings! with Mr. and 3Irs. Pete Pearson. j Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Partridge were j guests of Mr. and Mrs. Essyl Thorn ' of Gaston Friday. j Mr. snd Mrs. Oscar Jones had as j heir Sunday dinner guests. Mr. and t Mrs. Verle Couch, J. W. Jones and ' Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Partridge. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jarvis had as J heir Sundav dinner sruests. Mr. and ( CATTLE One Guernsey and Shorthorn, 3-years-oM, be fresh March 15. One Shorthorn, be fresh March 25. One Jersey and Shorthorn, be fiesh about April 15, is giving 2 gallons of milk A day. Two 4-year-olds to be fresh by March 15. One full blooded Jersey, be fresh May 1, giving one and one-half gpllons o milk a day. One Jersey heifer, registered, about 7-months old, weight about 600. HOGS Four brood sows, good ones; 25 head of feeders weighing from 100 to 180 pounds; 15 head of fall pigs weighing about 40 pounds. GRAIN From one to rive hundred bushels of corn; from 75 to 90 bushels of Silverman seed oats. FARM IMPLEMENTS One International Corn Planter, and a quantity of other farm implements and tools, and a number of horse col At The A. E. RATLIFF & SON PUBLIC STOCK SALE Academy Pavillion, Saturday, Feb. 25. 1 Gang Plow,. 1 Cultivator.. 1 Harrow,. 2 Set Work Harness and numerous other articles.. . Mrs. John F. Newby and children, Mr. and Mrs. John Leach and Elder Raffon of Indianapolis. Mrs. Margatet Corn took Sunday dinner with Mrs. Martha Ford. Mr. and M-s. Clvde Partridp-,? visited Mrs. Partridge's uncle, Mr. Wash lars and harness. Also good stoim bugjgy. TERMS All sums of 10 and under, cash in hand; a credit of six months will be given on all sums over $10, purchaser giving note with approved security, bearing 8 per cent, interest from date. PUT RI C SALE! Lunch will be served on the grounds. LEE WOOD and BURR LEACH COL. FRANK RELFE, Auctioneer PALMER ICE, Clerk. 0 PUBLIC I, the ur. 1-rrsirrned, will sell at public auction at my farm located i ?rton and four miles east of Fairmount on on STOCK SALE Eig'h'h st. oct reai, on Saturday, February 25th Commencing at 10 o'clock, the following described property: Saie IRtuilblio We, the undersigned, will sell at public auction, on the Newt Allen farm, better known as the John George farm, 2& miles east, 2li miles south, of Fairmount; 2H miles noi-th, 2H miles east of Summitville; miles south of Fowlerton; 5 miles west of Matthews, on Monday, February 27th the Following property, sale to begin at 10 o'clock a. m. 9 HORSES One bay mare, 8 -years-old, weight 1600, sound and good worker. One roan mare, 8-years-old, weight 1600 pounds, sound and a good worker. One roan mare colt, coming 2-years-old, a good one. One driving mare with plenty of speed. One span of coming 3-year-old mare mules, two 2-year-old colts, good ones. One driving horse, 4-years-old, broke. 4 HEAD OF CATTLE One Jersey cow, 5-years-old, be fresh in a few days, extra good one. One 3-year-old cow, will be fresh about March 15. One 5-year-old cow, giving! 3 gallons of milk per day. One 2-year-old cow giving 2 gallons of milk per day. I. the undersigned, will offer for sale at public auction cn my farm, 5 miles east of Fairmount, on the Eighth street road, and one and one-half miles northeast of Fowlerton, on Wednesday, March 1st the following property, sale starting at 10:30 a. m. 4 HEAD HORSES; 5 HEAD MULES One team black geldings, 7 and 8 years old, weighing 3,200 pounds; extra good workers. One dun mare, 6 years old, weight, 1,400 pounds; a good worker. One bay mare, 5 years old, weight about 1,350; a good worker. One span black horse mules, 4 years old; green broke. One span of grey and bay horse mules, green broke. One brown mare mule, green broks. 7 HEAD CATTLE One black Jersey cow, 9 years old, giving 2 gab Ions milk, fresh in July. One black cow, 8 years old, giving 3 gallons milk. One roan Shorthorn cow, 3 years old, be fresh April 15, good prospect. One Shorthorn and Jersey cow, 5 years old, be fresh Augf 2, giving gallons milk, extra good. One Shorthorn heifer, 2 years old, good prospect. One yearling Jersey bull, pure-bred. One 9 months old Shorthorn steer. 35 HEAD HOGS One Duroc sow, double immuned. One Duroc brood sow, thorough-bred, due to farrow March 1; double immuned. 30 head shoats, averaging 70 pounds. One Duroc male hog, with papers. One pure-blood Big Type Poland boar, 2 years old. One glt. 26 SHEEP 26 ewes, bred for yambs March 1. HORSES One gray mare coming 7 years old, weight 1400 lbs., sound and good worker; on? team black mares, coming 6 years old, sound and good workers, weight -about 2S00 lbs., these mares are half-sisters; one driving! horse, this is a real family horse; one light colored dapple grey mare, 7 years old, weight 1650, good worker; one pair mare mules, coming 2 years old. ' COWS One Jersey co.v, 6 years old, fresh Nov. 2, giving good flow milk; one Jersey , cow, 5 years old, fresh Oct, 19, giving good flow of milk; one Jersey cow, 11 'years old, fresh Dec. 6, calf by side, this is a No. 1 milk cow; one dark Jersey, 6 years old, fresh Nov. 23, a good rich milker. HOGS Consisting! of 6 brood sows, three 4-year-old full blooded Duroc sows and three 4-year-old grade sows. One sow bred to farrow in April. The rest of these sows are open. One full blooded Poland China boar, 3 years old. These hogs are all immuned. 32 pigs weighing from 50 to 60 lbs. HAY Between 4 and 5 tons of good mixed hay. 2 tons of oats straw. 100 bushels or more of oats. Some insillage. BUGGIES AND WAGONS One storm buggy, fair shape; one Turn-bull wagion with good bed, side boards and spring seat; one scoop board, one low down wagon with rack and side boards, one set new hay ladders with side boards. IMPLEMENTS One International manure spreader in good shape, one P. & O. corn planter with bean attachment, in good shape; one McCormick binder, one 2-row cultivator, one 1-row John Deere cultivator, one Osborn mower, 6-foot; one John Deere disc, one 14-inch John Deere stag breaking plow, one P. & O. 14-inch walking breaking plow, one double shovel, one wood frame harrow. HARNESS One set heavy brass mounted harness, one set medium weight harness in good shape, one set buggy harness. MISCELLANEOUS One DeLaval cream separator, No. 12 with power attachment in No. 1 shape; one Royal Ruby base burner, one 60-gjallon iron kettle with jacket, 150 feet 2-inch cable, one hay carrier for cable, 130 feet -inch hay rope, 65 feet -inch check rope, one hay fork, pullies, forks, shovels, one hog fountain, one Star storm front for buggy, one set good log bolsters, chains, halters, collars and other articles not mentioned. TERMS OF SALE Liberal terms, will be made known on day of sale. Lunch served by Gleaner's class Fowlerton M. P. church. FRED M. MAHONEY 120 HEAD OF HCSGS 60 choice Duroc and Big Type Poland China, tried sows and gilts, most of them thoroughbred; a few sows with pigs by their side. 60 head choice feeding shoats, weighing 75 to 85 pounds. All the above hogis are double immuned. These sows will farrow in March and April. HARNESS One set of brass mounted harness. TERMS Terms made known on day of sale. Ladies of Grant church will serve lunch. SEEDS 300 or more bushels of good oats. Soy Beans, Hollybrook or ( Early Brown. Clover seed, Big English. 'i Newton Allen rAKMjMfL.tMtMIS One John Deere stag breaking plow. One Oliver gang plow. One John Deere cultivator. One disc. One tandem for disc TERMS Made known on day of sale. Dwight Osborn AUCTIONEERS Col Porl Dean, Frank Retfe and Albert Morris. CLERK Robert A. Morris. Lunch served by the M. P. Missionary Society. GLEN DULING FRANK RELFE, Auctioneer EARL ALLEN, Clerk. 1 DICKERSON and RELFE, Auctioneers EARL ALLEN, Clerk. News Want Ads. Bring Quick Results.!'

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