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March 9, 1922

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 3

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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS One of the most curious illustrations of the working of intelligence in plants is offered by the mistletoe, FOWLERTON DEPARTMENT A bicycle with wingp was recently experimented with successfully by its maker, a Frenchman, who made sev-eral short flights, the best being twelve yards at a hight of two feet- Marjorie is unable to attend school. Miss Madge Smith spent Sunday at her home here returning to Marion in the eveningv Mr. and Mrs. Will Ballard were Sunday guests at the home of the latters mother, Mrs. Jennie Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. Will Morgan are now the new operators at the local tele- phone exchange having entered their new duties the latter part of the week, Mr. ana airs. veor$re Danmsier, rhone exehamre left for Fairmount i NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF 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 of Indiana, in the above entitled action, receiver for said defendant William P. VanArsdall, and of all the property, credits, rights and effects 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. The Egyptians almost live on the products of the date palm, which supplies oil, wine, sugar, matting, palings, roofs, baskets, bags, fans and a variety of other articles. 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 Fittings?. 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 specifica Saturday, where they will reside. j place to grow. Detroit News. S. D. Key, local merchant, has been j . confined to his home by sickness for i several days. J NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL EST- The young son of Mr. and Mrs. Odie ATE BY ADMINISTRATOR. Kierstead, who had his adnoids and j tonsils removed a few days ago at i , . . j . . Marion is getting along nicely. ! undersigned. Administrator of John Crecraft, son of Mrs. Mlinnie the estate of James W. Marley, de-Crecraft Bannister, will remain here ceased, hereby rves notice that by with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. virtue Qf an order of the Grant Coun-J. G. Leach, the remainder of the . . . . school term and probably through the j C,rcuit Curt of Grant County, summer. ! Indiana it will at the hour of 10 j whose sticky berry, finding lodgment on a tree branch, throws out a tiny rootlet, which tries to pierce the bark and thus obtain a foothold. If the bark is too tough, the rootlet swings the berry over to a fresh spot, and makes another trial. In this way such a berry has been known to make five jumps in two nights and three davs. On one occasion a number of them were discovered by a botanist in the act of vainly journeying! along telegraph wire, trying to find a o'clock a. m.. Saturday the 18th day ; r v rrs a i a ? o ' R , . . Washington ; ' . cedent in and to the following des cribed real estate, in Grant County, State of Indiana, to-wit: Lots No. Five (5) and Six (6) in William C. Winslow's First addition of out lots to the town of Fairmount, in Grant County, State of Indiana. Said sale will be made subject to ! the approval of said Court, for not t less than the appraised value of said i real estate, and upon the following terms and conditions: One-half (H) ! interest, wun me privilege oi paying all cash. CITIZENS STATE BANK, Administrator iCHAS. T. PARKER. Attorney. ?Feb. 16-23 March 2-9-16. streets, Fairmount, Grant County,?1;, T , '. . , I ... . , ,T . - aiiri uiii.il cvjivi, vuci iti mic ci l yii- i . .. . vate sale, all the interest ot said de- ; ! "l V, , nio vul 7:30 n. m.. March 20th. 1922. at which itime the bids will be opened and pub- , , . . , . , - ... heal! v read, after which the bids will i . co,sidered and the award made as ! I Charles Owens and Scph Todd . c-r V on or rrinia frnm TiirV rt t" ct ' of Gas City, for the purpose of useing i v --v--fc.-i I ri a man wrrk hnrfl been cutting poles for wood rn' places sav tncy nave many cut. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Partri callers Sundav evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Caskey. Mr. and Mrs. Xen Creek of Fair- mount are guests of the latter's par- j ens, Mr. and Mrs. James Bowers. j Earl Allen and family attended Sum.nitville Christian church Sunday , of which thev are members. Summit- ; ville being their former home. I A review of the eighth grades of ; Fairmount township was held here , Saturday in Mr. Retz's room. i "I,: . : at differ- cords- , : dge were Robert Lees, a junior in hirih school, ; cash in hand, the baLtnce in six (6) came home from school at noon Mon- ' months secured by firW mortgage up-day and is threatened with pneumonia, ion said real estate, with 6 per cent Fathers Have Charge of Cradle Roll Entertainment. The fathers will have charge of the cradle roll entertainment at the M. P. church in place of the mothers as has been the custom. The memlers of the Men's Boxell Bible elass are calling at the homes of the Cradle Roll members this week, which is a part of the "Children Week." On Sunday night they will give the program as follows: Song by audience. Prayer. Song, quartet from Marion. Scripture reading. Son sr. "A Little Child Shall Lead Them." Sonpv quartet. Address of welcome to mothers. Response. Chorus song by Boxell Bible class. Talk, "In the olden time the father was the priest of the family and it should be so today." Talk. "Influence of the home on the Cradle Roll and the church." Chorus sone by Boxell Bible class. Talk, "Influence of the Cradle Roll on th home from the father's viewpoint." Talk, "Infucnce ot the v.raaie ivon on the church and christian living." ' Sotist. by quartet. Talk by pastor. Benediction. Con-, mi toe: Clyde Helms, Caskey, Clyde Partridge. Clyde Mrs. Clarence Davis Dies of Pneumonia. Mrs. Clarence Davis died at her home Monday afternoon near Jones-bo ro. after several days illness of double pneumonia. Mrs. Davis before her marriage was Miss Opal Lynch living a short distance north of town. -She leaves her husband and little three weeks old baby girl; besides her parents she leaves one sister Miss rv,,-l T vTsrli. three brothers, Clayton, Wal'er Lynch, tuner- al service have not been arranged at this writing. J " 1 Mil!paurhs Move To Greenle Farm. i Mr. and Mrs. Willard Millspaurh ? have novr-d beir household pood? to the Harry GrecnW farm, three miles j south of town, were Mr. Miiispaugn will be a tenant for Mr. Ureeniee me coming season. Re ival at l B. Church Postponed Indefinitely. The revival meeting which had been , announ.-ed to begin on Friday right j at the U. B. church with the Rev. ! Meddows of Huntington m charge, j has been ro?tr.r.ed in to sickness among the membership of the church. j VS1 anRarce h,ve ' Mr. a-dMrs - Ri Jr e naxe moveti rneir nvuti.vKi i-w"- vteorv re .nil r.n - i , . , t;cc Mrm i rs. l nee lormtuj .-.... Felt on. - - . . , i v " ". , ."V " flT,. several tiays fuufium nvn is still connnea 10 m ni" Miss Naomi Deeren is nursing Mss Versie Couch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Couch, who suffered a severe case of diptheria several weeks ago. Although the Couch home was disinfected some time ago. Miss Couch is still in a very serious condition an 1 improves very slowly. Misses Marv and Naomi Deeren entertained Sunday the following guests: Ben and Frank Brewer. Misses Pau'ine and Mary Brewer. Martha Couch. Rhoda Helms. Frances Murrav. Gladvs Miller. Clifford Car- .... j a., l-r. V. n-. . renter and Alex ueeren with the sick, also the little daughter ! ( ! ; 1 I i : j I j The MAULE SEED BOOK ! Tht wonderful n-arfe took mp you the benefit of our 4T years eipeiience w edRmen, gardener' and j fannm s,.( a ;Ovfi for it ttay. ! WJ UCUDVMltlir I 2131 Arch St. n il nE.nii unuLL. inc. pkiio e3 S,lllilii!lil!llll!lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllH You Don't Have to Buy ANYTHING I tions now on file in the Town Clerk's ! Office for the improvement of the present Water Works System of the rr,A- -T UnlaMAnni Tninnn n Vava n piven, bids will be received by the j T 1 r rT . . early as practicable. Bidders may submit bids on either item I, or on item II, separately, or on 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.. bv V. HORTON RIBBLE, Pres Attest: JOHN R. LITTLE, Clerk. Feb. 9-16-23 March 2-9-16 E. B. COUCH DENTIST Rooms over Hahne Drug Store Office hours: 8 to 11:30 a. m., 1 to 5 50 bars P. G. Soap 25 bars Luna Soap 15 bars Star Soap r contSt Chiropractors McAtee and McAtee Fairmount Office Hours: Summitvill 2 to 5 ard Tuesday, Thurs- 7. to 8 p. m. day and Saturday Phone 280 8 to 11 a. m. DR. C. L. FENTON Dentist X-RAY Rooms over Postof fice Honrs 8 to 11:30 a. n. 1 to 5 p. Eyes Tested, Glasses Fitted hy IState Registered OPTONIETUISTS Dr. C. C. FARIS and Dr. EMIL FARIS Exclusively Optical South Side Square Marion 3C P. & G. SOAP 4 bars 24c LENOX, SOAP 7 bars 25c 11 v 3.S specialty. Fovlerton, Ind. f TO) H Commencing Monday, March 13th, to Saturday Afternoon, March 18th f 4th Premium $1.00 Doll. 5th Premium 90c Doll. 6th Premium 50c Doll. NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS Welcome to One Guess in Contest FREE! g J. P. Gardener of Gas Citv, was the 1 ;uriday euest of his daughter, Mrs. , Henry Owens and family. MVs. Fmnk Brewer received a let- tor from her voung son Elliott, who in training at Fort Thomas, Ky., which contained a picture of her boy; m uniform. j Mr arul Mr? Win Craw ad chil- ' drpn were Sunday guests of Mr. and ; Mrs. Jmes Carroll at Gas City, par- i er.ts of Mrs. Craw. M?5es Marv Duling and Sarah each srent the week end with the ; former's aunt, Mrs. Will Moss at Ma- j rjon. Mr. James Blair of the Grant npiphborhood was a guest of Mrs. i Rene jrewer Thursday. j FA Sm5th and George Ailes, car- I porter!5 are rcmodeling the house of Mason, on his farm south of j Naomi or Grandma Deeren. as j . her my frioT,ds. who makes her home with her son. i 1T , r Huen Deeren, has been seriously ill j owinr-, to her advanced age her re- j coverv is considered doubhtful. Clayton UicKerson ana lamuy guests of Summitville relatives Satur day and Sunday. j Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kirkwood took ' Sundav dinner with their son, Oren and wife. t Mr. and Mrs. Willard Dickerson and Mrs. O. G. Lindlev, were callers Sundav afternoon at the home of Mr. and ! M-s. S. B. Loach. Mrs. Iach. who t has been seriously ill for some time is slowlv recovering. i Harry Winan is reported better af-tor being numbered with the sick folk for several days. Oren Kirkwood is able to be up af- tcr being confined to his bed for sev cold. -1 Mrs. Kimes mother, Mrs. Sarah j? Mart, living in Fairmount. Mr. and Mrs. Fav Anderson had as their guests Sunday the latter's sis- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Groyer Hasting and son Edgar and daughter Opal, of El- WOOu. vvron Harvev attended the basket ball tournament at Marion last Saturdav. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wrignt were guests Sundav of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs." Everett Covalt of the countv line. J. B. Whiteley and Fay Anderson attended the Howell and Carmony sale Wednesday, north of Fowlerton. Mrs; Frank Wright entertained her Sundav school class at her home last SatiTrHsV Keiresnments oi pop cum ! and canay were serveu laris narvey, nun-mc x l . . , ...... fred Brewer. Henrv Paras and tiar-rold and Delmus Markle. When certain of the Pilgrims were captured and taken to Canada, a num ' torical tradition says they lived upon "ground nuts." Since their return journey was made during winter months, the ground must have been frozen, and the nuts very hard to secure. Real ground nuts have a rich, sweet flavor much like cocoanut, but the nuts of the dwarf ginseng! are not so good. The nuts of the dwarf ginseng grow on the ends of slender white stems, imbedded in the dam earthroold. The stems are fragile, and break easily, making it necessary to dig lor nearly every nut. About the last of April, the flowers of the.dw.arf ginseng usually appear. They are very pretty, resembling tiny stars with clusters of fine white points gjeaming above circles of dull green leaves. These green leaves are very sensitive, and have an odd way of wilting when they are handled. Christian Science Monitor. 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His- .SB LUNA SOAP 6 bars 25c a a 1 1 STAR SOAP 4 bars 24 c a nw v-k . n nr i m m 1 A Few Thines You Can Buy at J. A. Mayer'-EgB& m mr a r a w. m m MLAisand hakuwakl. nest nam iracic maae ai ouc a root. rinaowuia$$, an sizes. tiring your 8ash and we will put glass in for yeu. Can .give you any size. Contract work a LITTLE KIUtiE Rev. Hiram Harvey occupied the pulnit at this place last Sabbath. Prayer meeting will be held Thurs-dav evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Caldwell with Mr. Denny Window as leader. St. John 9th chanter will be the topic of the lesson. Mr. A. E. Ratliff went to West Milton. O- Tuesdav morning to attend th funeral of the Rev. John Kittrell ' held at that rlace. Rev. Kittxedd was wll known throughout this community and Fairmount, having; conducted revival services at both places. Mrs. Denny Winslow returned from New Castle Monday evening. Afr. and Mrs, J. B. Whiteley entertained Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Wright for Sunday dinner. 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