THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS Common Diseases Mrs." "J. B. Whiteley. Worries Mr. A. E. Ratliff. Overeating Rev. Hiram Harvey. The Consumption and Waste of FOWLERTON DEPARTMENT Mrs. Minnie Crecraft, Reporter of said William P. VanArsdall; and that I have duly qualified as such receiver. All persons interested must govern themselves accordingly. Dated this 14th. day of February, 1922. OTTIS. WILBERN, Receiver. CHAS. T. PARKER, Attorney. Feb. 16-23 March 2-9. Rates to the State of Indiana J. B. , Whiteley. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Leach and ;"Leach, where Mrs. Leach has been familv. Mrs. Jennie Leach and Miss HACKLEMAN ill lor several days. Ovid Reeder from near Jonesboro was a business caller here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gibson and Mr. and Mrs. Will Stage, mother and farnilv and Mrs. Mary Roberts of children, Mrs. Vern Hilton and sons . - - i i j - a i v n of J. N. Gibson, wife and daughter Pauline. . Mr. and Mrs. Warren Wilson and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Dora Haisley. Mrs. Sam Kimes is convalescing after a painful operation on her nose last Monday. Lova Moon returned home Monday from Muncie after two weeks stay with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Powers and son Vaughn, spent S.unday with Elmer Comer and family. Mrs. Nettie Edington spent Tuesday with her mother, Mrs. Sarah Ty-gart. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Banister moved Tuesday to the Elmer Comer farm. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leer were Sunday guests of the latters sister, Mr. and Mrs. Will Odell of Marion. Mr. and Mfrs. Pearl Eiber are the proud parents of a baby girl born recently, named Betty Louise. Mr. and Mrs. Al Glesner and children of Maple Run spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Eddingrton. Garland and Frank, took dinner Sun las City, were bunday visitors at Ellen Hancock, attended the wedding: of Xiss Sarah E. Scott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Scott of near Matthews and Ora Thompson at the home of the bride Sunday evening; at six o'clock. About thirty guests being present- The ring ceremony being used, the pastor of the M. E. church at Matthews officiating. An elaborate supper being served immediately after the ceremony. will be considered within itself whether embracing one or both items. Board of Trustees of the Town of Fairmount, Ind., by W. HORTON RIBBLE, Pres. Attest: JOHN R. LITTLE, Clerk. Feb: 9-16-23 March 2-9-16 NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 3797. Notice is hereby given to the creditors, heirs and legatees of William F. Bell, deceased, to appear in the Grant Circuit Court, held at Maiion, Indiana, on the 10th day of March 1922, and show couse, if any, why the FINAL SETLLEMENT ACCOUNTS with the estate of said decedent should not be approved; and said heirs are notified to then and there make proof of heirship and receive their distributive shares. WITNESS, the Clerk of said Court, this 15th day of February 1922. S. A. CONELLY, Clerk of Grant Circuit Court. Feb. 20-27-March-6 day with Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Peterson near Marion. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Lawson are moving this week to a farm near the home of Ed Stagemoller and family. Elder Crow of Kentucky, who has been in a Marion sanitarium since January, spent Saturday night at th i West Liberty. home of Mr. and Mrs. John Leach. Mrs. Wilson Elliot, Paul and Vergal I Grant Lindley spent last week with NOTICE TO BIDDERS Air Lift Pumping Equipment and Concrete Reservoir for the Town of Fairmount, Indiana Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be received for furnishing f. o. b. cars Fairmount, Indiana, including the services of a skilled Erecting Engineer, for the following pumping equipment and reservoir: ITEM NO. I. Three Air-Lift Pumps with Well Tops and Well Top Fittingp. One Air Receiver and Accessories. One Air Compressor and Electric Motor. Discharge and Air Line Piping for Wells. ITEM NO. II. 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- Willard and Lesh Norton, ex-ser-1 his sister, Mrs. James Scott near vice boys, spent several days last ! Weaver. week with their aunt, Mrs. Willard Mr. and Mrs. Alva Heuston and Dickerson. Willard, the younger of j Miss Minnie Caskey of Kokomo, the boys, told of interesting trips j were called here Thursday by the while in training. And was one of death of their grandfather, Mr. At-the many soldiers who was sent as kins. escorts with bodies of soldiers from , Mrs. Ray Langsdon can boast of over-seas. Young Norton escorted j having the first young chickens of the the body of a young Indian soldier to season in this community to be hatch- Eilliott spent Sunday with Mrs. Mary Hilton. Mr. and Mrs. Will Dill moved Tuesday to a farm near Leisure. Mr. and Mrs. Ramsey Wood will take possession of the farm vacated by Dill's. Nora Harrold had her tonsils removed last Monday. Mr. and MVs. Wilson Neal and son John Wilson spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Paul McCombs. Mr. and Mrs. Will McMaster of Herbst, spent Sunday with Mrs. Emma Harrold. i Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kimes of Fair- NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF Oklahoma, where he attended tne ed by hens. m Lunch was served by the W omen s funeral, which he says was unique every detail. Foreign Missionary society of the M. P. church at the Glen Duling sale YOU CANT BURY AN ADVERTISEMENT IN THIS PAPER. TUB NEWS IS READ THROUGH. Elder Goble of Swayzee, preached -Wednesday. RECEIVER State of Indiana, County of Grant In the Grant Circuit Court, February Term 1922. Universal Portland Cement Company, A Corporation vs. William P. VanArsdall. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed by the Circuit Court of Grant county, state Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Partridge and mount, spent Sunday with Mr. and boys Frank and Myron, were raests x, cf v;c Saturday afternoon also Sunday morningj at the local Primitive Baptist church. Elder Goble and Elder Watson of Russiaville. each serving Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Verlie Couch ; - . 0 , ... and John Jones, father of mesdames ' Mary n sPent Sunday niSht th fWh nd Partridge. t Mary Haisley. The MAULE Ic'fiBKi SEED BOOK IT laES ilically read, after which the bids will Miss Mae Kemmer of Auburn was a week-end guest of her parents, Mr. The entire family of Will Caskey, including' Mrs. Caskev and six chil half time at this church. Miss Clessie Bowers entertained several young people at her home here Saturday evening. Those present be-in p- Misses Alma Brewer. Lucille dren have been influenza victims. iand Mrs. Alfred Kemmer. of Indiana, in the above entitled ac be considered and the award made as early as practicable. Bidders may submit bids on either item I, or on item II, separately, or Thin wonderful turn you the tw-tu-tit at oor 45 y?arw ftippnerw a nelrmen. parU'iie-- au farmer. Srnrt a posta fur it ttniilu. WM. HENRY MAULE, Inc. M-s. Mattie Caskey on the farm west ! daueter Beatrice of Fowlerton and i tion, receiver for said defendant William P. VanArsdall, and of all the property, credits, rights and effects Ruth . of town i on both items and each separate bid Richards. Mary Arnett, Opal (Warren Haisley were guests Sunday and Gladvs Lewis. Anna Smith. Elsie Hiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiy Miss Gail Smith has returned home after snendine the week end with her sister Miss Madge at Marian. Mrs. Clyde Caskey and daughter Marjorie and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Smith were Jonesboro visitors Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Newby, Mrs. Margaret Com and Mrs. Will Jarvis, were callers Saturday eveniner of Mrs. Lees, Lacy Leach. Francis Murray, Mary and" Naomi Deeren and Velma Bennett. Messrs Alex Deeren. Jim Couch, Fav .Richards, Mark Norton, Horace Smith. Clarkson Holloway, Paul Royal. Clayton Todd. McKinley Simons, Frank Brewer, Edward Reed, Lora:r.e Woodruff and Wayne Pyle. Refreshments were served. Music n A the i Heer Leach. MS and games being the feature of evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Langsdon and son John, were dinner e-uests oi .ur. Friends and relatives of the Caskey anj rMs. Will Smith and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Homer and two ' family from this vicinity attended : funeral services of Mr. Atkins, aged father of Mrs. Caskey, which were children were visitors Saturday at , the home of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Dul- j inrv Mrs. S- R. Leach, who has been seriously ill at her home south of j town is somewhat improved at this I writing. Vireil Duling has been on the sick , held fmm the Mstie Caskey home, two miles west of here Friday afternoon at 1 :30. The pastor of the Fair-mount Christian - church having charsre o the services. A quarte from the M. P. church here, composed of Rev. and Mrs. Elmer Myers and i ijst the past few davs. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lanesdon. furnish- ed music with Mrs. Ralph Pearson at , NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS Remember, you are offering to sell in a few hours the property that may have cost you years of toil you cannot afford to skimp on advertising. the piano. Mrs. Will Caskey sang; a olo. Two sons from Hutchinson, Kans., and a niece, Miss Frankie Rush of South Bend were present for tri funeral. Burial was made at the it NEW MULBERRY ilL Harmony cemetery, near Matthews on the Caskey lot. Miss Carrie and Ray Kibbey were called to Jeffersonville on the account of the death of a relative. Clyde Morr.- jnd family attended church at Fowienon Sunday. Mrs. Mark Richards and Mrs. Urschel Kimes were in Marion "" School Notes. The final examinations of the eighth erade punils will be held here on March 18. All pupils in the class are much elated with the prospect of passim. Charles Llovd will hold the ex amination. Next Saturday all eighth j Miss Mvrtle Hamilton was the and Mrs. John Reasoner grade classes in Fairmount township guest of Mr, will hold a general review. I he : Wednesday. seventh grade will also take examina- j Mr. and Mrs. Pa MrVicker were tion on geography and physology the guests of the latter's parents, some time in ApriL Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Littler Wednes- Thelraa Retz was absent from day. school Tuesday on account of sick- Mrs. Limon Carter entertained the ness. ; Kineslev W. C. T. U. Friday. Carl Leach is confined to his home Rev. Meadows of Huntington, pas-north of town suffering from in- , tor of the United Brethren church at fiunza. Fowlerton, will begin a series of The four children of Mr. and Mrs. meetings at that place Friday March Will Caskey are out of school owing, io, the male quartet of the Hunting-to sickness. i ton college will be present to enter- The Ralph Barrett children are tarn the audience with their singling. M A Big Crowd Means More Bidders and More Bidders g 1 Mean Better Prices For Your Property g I YOU HAVE ONLY ONE CHANCE Bear in mind that all your goods are going to be sold in ONE day, and on that i H day depends whether you make or lose perhaps several hundred dollars. A few E dollars expense is absolutely nothing at all compared with the importance of j Advertising your sale RIGHT. E B You Cannot Take Chances on Skimping Your Advertising jj 1 Helpful Sale- Suggestions 1 Carter was in Marion Wed- ! Miry were at nesday. Artie and Doxey Miller Marion on business Friday, back in school after beine quarantined on account of diphtheria which appeared in their home several weeks ago. Marjorie Caskey was out of school Monday afternoon, she being on the sick list-Local and Personal H LITTLE RIDGE it . Miss Lacy Leach entertained tne ; t tt;, tj nm-wntUl Vio following young people at dinner pujpit"at this piace last Sabbath. Sunday: Misses Elsie Lees Ellen community are con- Hancock, Wilma Leach and Jim vale5cing. Mrs. Russel Harvey, who Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Atkinson en- ha arhftis Jftr SZ tertained several friends and relatives Jl? aW the Sunday, the following being guest j hoe by f ce , at dinner: Mrs. Sarah Carpenter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Haisley, who mother of the latter and her young j have been living m tne tenant nouse on the J. E. Mart farm moveu iu grandson Lawrence of Anderson, Mrs. Ollie Brown and children of Muncie, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carpenter and , Clifford from west of Fairmount. Mr. and Mrs. John Pyle are preparing to move their household g;3ods to Summitville, their former home. Ml-. Pyle has been a tenant on the George Felton farm south of town, the last two years, but failure of the Fowlerton Packing Co, to rent the farm this year being the cause of the family vacating, as Mr. Pyle has been in the employe of this firm for Fairmount Monday. Mr. and Mrs, Mahlon Wright, who have been living near Rockford. O., for the past three years moved Wednesday to the Mrs. John Harvey farm east of Radley. Mrs. Denny Winslow who went to New Castle a week ago last Saturday to visit her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Jefferies, took ill with the flu upon her arrival there. Mr. Winslow went down on the following Monday to help care for her, return- with anything you may have to sell and be able to see and explain good points to bidders. THE CLERK Should be a plain and rapid writer, well known in the community where the sale is to be held, accurate in figures, and .'personally agreeable. He should also be familiar with the financial condition of bidders, so that he may be able to give advice along) this line. TERMS OF SALE . This depends on the time and other conditions. After harvest time is usually the most convenient time of payment. Sales held in the fall should have nine months' to one year's time, in the winter six or etght months; ask . the auctioneer or the bank where youi expect to dispose of your paper. As to charging interest or giving time without discounts for cash, etc., you should be governed by conditions. iner home last Saturday. Mrs. Wins- .MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES Should not be left in the corners of the yard, barn or house, or under piles of rubbish. If they are worth selling at all, fish them out, clean them up, get them ready and get every cent possible out of them. DO JUST AS YOU ADVERTISE ALWAYS Nothing can be more important. A suspicion of side-bidding will kill a sale, no matter how big the crowd. Make in an open sale and take your chances. BE SURE AND HAVE A LUNCH S.ome auctioneers refuse to cry a sale without it. A full stomach, or the prospect of one, makes a good bidder. Don't omit the hot coffee. THE AUCTIONEER Get a good auctioneer the best to be had one who is honest and reliable and whose statements can be relied upon. He must be a man familiar YOUR HORSES AND CATTLE Should be carefully groomed and made to look as well as possible. Number and tag every head. Lead it out by itself that the bidders may not have their attention diverted. HOGS AND SHEEP Should be graded if of different classes, not too many in a pen. All their surroundings clean and neat. FOWLS Should be cooped or crated, not crowded, and sold with the coops or crates. This increases bidders by furnishing them with a convenient method of taking them home. MACHINERY, BUGGIES, ETC. Should all be clean, in good repair, and so arranged that each piece can be seen by the bidders and the auctioneer can see his audience at all times. Harness should be newly cleaned and oiled and should be sold on the horses if possible. some time. The bridge building force on the low was expected to be able to return C & O.. railroad from here, consist- "m Wednesday, but report from ing of Dallas Atkinson and Perry there Tuesday saying that her daugh-Lees was called to the scene of a ; ter" was ill with the fiu, will postpone wrecK near Boston, soutn oi men- . ner coming roaeimuciy. Mr. J. B. Whiteley was a Suminit- mond, where they were detained over Sunday clearing wreckage. vil' visitor Monday. A committee was appointed by the Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Stuckey were local W. C T. U., and cradle roll de- j caliers Tuesday afternoon at the partment of the M. P. church which home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Harvey. is composed of Airs, tya cartridge, j Messrs Denny and Arthur Winslow Grace Langpdon. Ruth Murray, Addie ! j. r,aests Sunday of J. B. Atkinson and Mrs. Raber, which met Whiteley. 1 Start Advertising A. E. Ratliff and son held a stock sale at the Academy pavillion last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wright were guests Sunday of the latter's parents, Mir. and Mrs. Everett Covalt on the county line. The Little Ridge W. C. T. U. met Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rene Jones. A pot luck dinner was served at the noon hour and all enjoyed a social hour. In the afternoon a program was rendered as follows: Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Iva Caskey for the purpesr of preparing clothing for the needy in this community. Mr. John Jessup of near Indianapolis is here the guest of C E. Leach and family. Mrs. Jessup before her marriage was Miss Elizabeth Leach. Dr. Lee of Gaston, was called Monday to the home of Alex Roberts, owing to the illness of Mrs. Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. Will Morgan partly moved their household goods to the rooms at the local telephone exchange Your Sale should be advertised in The Fairmount News in plenty of time before the date of sale. Bring in your lists and let us arrange with you for thm printing of your sale bills and cards and for your advertising We will be glad to give you all the help possible. EARLY The opening exercise was in charge where they will soon take posession as Mtr. and Mrs. Bannister, present of Rene Jones, Rev. Hiram Harvey conducted the devotion, Mrs. Ella occupants will leave m a few days Doherty presiding. A Bible contest I Everybody in Southern Grant Reads THE NEWS lor tfteir home m airmount. was conducted by Mrs. Hiram Harvey. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Partridee and Rdinc Mrs. Margaret Moon. Mrs. George Bannister were Sunday Flies Mrs. Hirain Harvey, evening guests at the home of S. B. Colds Mrs. A. E. Ra'liff.
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