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THE FAIRtlOUNT MCTCJ Tni- STILL HOLD ANCIENT COURT FOWLERTON DEPARTMENT fortune of having his leg broken 'hei parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Do-: while playing on the school ground heity, Thursday. I some time ago, is able to walk with I Mr. and Mrs. Harmon .Moon and I the aid of crutches. (family spent Sunday with Mrs. Flora Mrs. Fred Pearson of Fairmount, ! Kellar. Iwas a visitor Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Winford Thomas and Harry Winan and children. Mrs. son Roeer spent Sunday with the pearson js a tor rf Mrs. Winan, ; former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Byron deceased, and will take Walter For- i Thomas of Marion. est, the young son of Mr. Winan, to Mr. and Mrs. Non Whybrew and her home, while Miss Ellabelle is in 'children of Roseburg, spent Sunday Indianapolis as a delegate at the Na- I with the former's parents. Rev. and jtional Sunday school convention. ' Mrs. Norton Whybrew, Misses Jennie Miss Winan will return home on Mon- Cohort, Mildred Scott, (day. Mrs. Bertha Moon called on Mrs. Mrs. Mary Hsruesty, who recent- Anna Haisley Thursday afternoon. l returned home here from near; Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Garner and . ... . . , :f r' l.rtn , lS.n mating t the . M. church beginning on Thurs- day evening. Mrs. John Caskey and children, Dorothy Lou and Gene of Naugatuck, Conn., are here the guests of Mrs. Mattie Caskey west rf town. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Starr and daughter, Ruth Ellen, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Munsell and son Lawrence, of nderson and Merrell and Russel Steelman of Kokomo, were Sunday-guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Atkinson. Also Mrs. Sarah Carpenter, Mrs. Atkinson's mother, who will spend the week with her daughter. Mrs. S. B. Leach. Mrs. O. G. Lind- ley, Mrs. Charles ri.lffp and Thelma Craig, Mrs. Part- Staeenvller. visited At, r.i $t,iJi tli a Marian h.xtnitnl Fridav i i j ! ' . ' Logiansport, where she had spent the Esther JVIae were quests of Mr. and winter with a sister, is now visiting J Mrs. Gene Nelson east of Marion Sun-at the home of her daughter. lday. A six-inch water well has just been Rev. and Mrs. Morton Whybrew, completed for the Fowlerton packing , son Walter, Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard comnanv at their riant here. It has Davis and daughters. Elexis and J Frances, Miss Edna Prine, Messrs 1 Roscoe Whybrew, Eldridge Garner, been accepted by the firm as a splen- did well which is nire than two-hun- dred feet deer inis is mc inira.KHfy jcott, attenaea naccuiureate at Mrs. Adaline Atkinson and chil-' dren Oren and Lavone, drove to the home of her brother, Oscar Carpenter, and family, Thursday. Mr. Carper.- ter lives on the Madison-Grant coun-ud ty line, several mile swest rf here. old east The members of the W. M. church well, the other two being failures. Barbery Lou, the little eight-months daughter of Mr. aad Mrs. Purn Brewer is seriously ill at their home of town, suffering from stomach bowel tiruble. The chief topic among housewifes in this community is house cleaning, I the continued cold, rainv weather. i Several pardons have been planted in the past few days, while there are mane whi.h have hot ytt bee; nloweJ ' ! I ' ! are papering and cleaning their this being the main work at the p resell urvh preparatory for the ten days ; ent time which has been delayed by vtvnl whirr, js st neriuled in the next i few days. j Clarence, voung son of Mr. and Mrs. James Bowers, who had the mis-j ' NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS ;'tral City College, Neb., saying he had H been invited to return for the third year at that place, but owing to pro- B ACK CREEK Tl !i : Mrs. Pearson Surprised On Rirthday Anniversary. Mrs. Ralph Pearson was pleasantly surprise! at her home Sunday, when several friends and relatives walked in with well filled baskets, this being Mrs. Tearsons 25th birthday anniversary. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Peter Pearson, parents ot Ralph Teat-son; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gibson, Farents of" Mrs. Pearson, of near lackleman; Mr. and Mrs. John Kel-ley of Lsfontaine. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davis and baby of Haekleman. Miss Pauline Gibson and Warren riaisley. Mrs. Pearson received many beautiful presents given by her friends, which she highly appreciated, iii the afternoon nve gallons of ice cream and cake were enjoyed. Mrs. Pearson was completely surprised having no knowledge of the affair. All enjoyed the day to the fullest returning: to their respective homes late in the evening. Miss Winan Hostess At Picnic Party. Miss Ellabelle Winan entertained a picnic party of pi.iX friends on the lawn at her lvune Sunday. Those present xcero Doris King of Marion, Viola Compten of Joneoro. Lora Prown of Fairovunt, Iacy Smith, Lucile Richards, Gladys Miller, Laey Lt&ch and R. i Itelms. After dinner, which was served on the lawn, the party drove to the woods and jsratnTT-ed an abundance of wild flowers of which some of them were taken in large Ivquets to sick friends. The girls enjoyed a real picnic, the weather being perfect for the occasion. Church Notes. Lacy Smith pave a report Sunday on primary work from the Sunday school convention held at Jonesbcro last week. An interesting meeting was held in onvM;,n with thi:dron wevk. at tht M. P. church Sunday afternoon. Several interesting topics were discussed by those present. Cradle Roll meeting will be held at M. P. parsonage Friday afternoon. Rev. Rhodes of Fairmount, will speak Every mother is urged to attend whether Cradle RoH mother or not. The Huntington quartette furnished, music at U. B. trhurch Sunday momir.g. As smu? of their musical instrument;! vvi-e oroken thev could not plav, but sar.c several selections. The V. F. M. S. met at the home of Mrs. Minnie Ivoach Wednesday afternoon. No program was given, but the time was devoted t business. Laev Loach and Lacy Smith gave a splendid report from the Rraneh meetirg held at - Indianapolis last week. t.ocal and Personal Mr. and Mrs. Will Murray were nists Sum'av at the home of the lat- ters sister, Mrs. Harley Holmes. ! Mrs. Mariah Mitchiner visittnl her sister, Mrs. Bash Payne in Fairmount Sundav. . , Mr. "and Mrs. S. I Key and chil- .l-v, x-isit Marion relatives Sunday. Miss Frances Murray was a guest at Sunday dinner at the home of Miss Marv Deeren. -Misses Floixnce and Fern Dome, Labelic Wins:; .id Mary Compton. called on Mrs. Lena Dickerson Sundav afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Dukerson and children visited Summitville Sun- ' v 1 ' . i ; ; ; The many friends of Eddie Tattison assume his duties in Chicago Univer-were grieved to hear of his sudden ' sity again this year, death, which occurred at his home j Miss Alphonseua Panis has return-Sundav morning. Death was due to I ed to her home after spending! last Mood poison, interment as made! week with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Harrold. in Parii cemetery Wednesday morn- Mrs. S. J. Smith and daughter, Miss ine. Achsa visited Mr. and Mrs. J. B. hvro Edwards, who recently -e- Whiteley last Wednesday night. vious plans refused the offer and will 'Martha and William Seale are spending the week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ratliff. HACKLEMAN Miss Mae Kemmer of Auburn, was an over Sunday guest nf her parents Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kemmer. Mr. and Mrs. Will McMaster of Herbst. called on Mr. and Mrs. Richard DeDecker Sunday afternoon. Jesse Rrookshire was one among he voun neonle of the academy, that went to Vermillipn Grove last week. Miss Pauline Scott of Fairmount spent Sunday night with Mary Moon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCombs of Fairmount called on Mr. and Mrs. Paul McCombs and J. T. McCombs Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Mariah Neal is spending a few dav? with her son Wilson Neal and family. Farmers are working almost night . ! Judicial Tribunal Established Sven Hundred Years Ago in England Never Abolished. Among the courts of ancient origin In Great Britain a most Interesting ine still exists at Bristol, the last one remaining of the Pied Poudre courts which were established more than 700 years ago at places where large fairs were held, lasting very often for more than a fortnight, and attended by foreigners. The courts were provided, especially if the fair was at a seaport town, to deal with differences of opinion which were likely to arise between people who could not understand each other's speech. The stranger. In such a case, would iiud himself In a sorry plight. Courts were therefore established so that complaints from those who were staying In the city for the fair or passing through without making any long stay, could he dealt with, and were called Courts of Tied Poudre or Dusty Feet from the dusty feet of the traveling bagmen and peddlers whom It was Intended to help. In time Pled Poudre became Pye Powder court, and under that name was held once again In Bristol this autumn for a fortnight. The Recorder presided. The court was opened In accordance with ancient custom in the market place wlklch adjoins the Guildhall for convenience. Although the Dumber of complaints were few the court remained sitting for the full 14 days as It had done century after century. Thither the dusty feet can turn of those who feel they have a grievance, sure that attention will be given to their plaint. WILD GAME IS INCREASING Measures That Have Been Instituted for Their Protection Have Had Excellent Results. Under the protecting care of th bureau of biological survey. United States Department of Agriculture, big game on government reservatlous has multiplied fast. The nnlmal census shows .0S buffalo on such reservations now, as compared with 207 nve years ago; W elk, us compared with !'J antelope, as compared with 40, and so on. Care of the birds progressed materially during the year through posting and defining boundaries of many of the bird refuges, the planting of grain to provide food and cover, establishment of new reservations, provision of additional warden service at certain reservations, and Increased mimlier of patrol boats. Its administration of the migratory bird treaty act, which prohibits the ahootlng of migratory birds on their flight north In the spring, and contains restrictions as to the manner in which they may be hunted during the open seasons, and of the I.aoey act, whlvh regulates Interstate shipments of wild animals and game, resulted in the apprehension of nearly 1.000 alleged violators of th federal game laws and the securing of more than r0 convictions In which fines were ussessed ranging from $1 to $o00 each. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTRIX No. 4049. Notice is herby given, That the un-lersigned has been appointed Execu trix of the estate of Margaret James, deceased, late of Fairmount Township, Grant County, Indiana. S,aid Estate is suposed to be solvent. MARGARET HENLEY, Executrix CIIAS. T. PARKER Attorney April 27-May 4-11. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR No. 3978 Notice is hereby given, That the undersigned has been apointed executor of the estate of Effie Fankboner, deceased, late of Fairmount Township, Grant Cpunty, Indiana. Said Estate is supposed to be solvent. OZRO, G. FANBONER, Administrator CHAS T. PARKER, Atorney. April 27 May 4-11. DR. C. L. FENTON Dentist X-RAY Rooms over Postoffice Ifours: 8 to 11:30 a. m., 1 to 5 p. m. FOR SALE FOR SALE Marion f.nce. Price right. Oscar Loy & Son. FOR SALE Virginia Crystal Black Ash Coal. Loy & Son. FOR SALE Cultured buttermilk and cottage cheese at Cloverleaf Cream station. FOR SALE Eggs for hatching. Fishel's Direct. $1.50 for 15. Mrs. S. P. Roberts. FOR SALE Good seven repm house, good condition; lot 66x132; drilled well, electric lights; No. 126 Railroad street, near high school, Fairmount, Ind. Price for quick sale, only $850. Address Wellington Holmes, Marion, Ind. FOR SALE Good wprk mare. Phone 1103. WANTED WANTED House cleaning to do. Mrs. Del Smith, opposite the Grist mill. FOR SIDEWALK repairing see Otto Pettiford. LOST LOST Mpnday evening, April 25, at fire, G. C. I. A. Declamatory Contest medal. Finder return to News office. MISCELLANEOUS Will begin Music Class last week o May. All pupils wishing to start then, please call 1192 Red, after May 18. Mrs. J. F. Harbison, S. Walnut street, Fairmount, Ind. FOR QUICK AUTO service, longi or short drives, see or phono W. G. Moon, 601 South Walnut street. Fairmount. NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 3181. Notice is hereby given to the creditors, heirs and legatees of Mary Mar-ley, Deceased, to appear in the Grant Circuit Court, held at Marion, Indiana, on the 19th day of Mhy, 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 to then and there make proof of heirship and receive their distributive shares. WITNESS, the Clerk of said Court, this 24 day of April 1922. S. A. CONNELLY, Clerk of Grant Circuit Court. April 27-May 4-11. Eyes Tested, (i lasses Fitted by State Registered OPTOMETRISTS Dr. C. C. FARIS and Dr. EMIL FARIS Exclusively Optical South Side Square Marion E. B. COUCH DENTIST 1 Rooms over Hahne Drug Store Office hours: 8 to 11:30 a. m., 1 to 5 PIANO TUNING VOICING. ACTION REr.TII.ATTVfl D. M. HEADRICK 410 No. Main St. FAIRMOUNT Charges reasonable Drop a card and I will call, city or country. Phone 225. i'ftttd day to get the soil ready for jplantine corn ami other products. J Mr and Mr? Roh ravis and family I and Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Gibson, and' -i"on association ot lorn- daughter Pauline, attended a birth-! nicc- is sponsoring this exposition day dinner on Mrs. Ralph Pearson at 'and sincerely appreciating the many Fowlerton last Sunday. ! pood friends which the merchants Mr. and Mrs. Charles Florea and v,i,., .-.: j children -ere guests of friends in Ko. j hae. throughout their traV area, are komo last Sunday. isaKing an effort not only to dloplpy Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Comer enter-'their wares, but also to give their tained for Sunday dinner, Mr. and ' quests a gjala time, interesting, m-Mrs. J. N. Comer near Greentown, . , . . Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sleeth of Somcr'l t .Ut.,n? "n1 mup'"f. nd to th.s set, Mr. Jenett and Mr. Bailey sf , cnd' have engaged the best musi-Manilla, Ind. jcal talent for band and orchestra con- Mr. and Mrs. Orville Lawson and ceits. well known vocalists fnr cno.nl the Friends church Sunday night Cletis Carmony spent Saturday nig,ht and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Carmony. Rev. and Mrs. Morton Whybrew were Sunday guests of Rev. and Mrs. Adelbert Wood at Fairmount. , . a. u. meis wun Mrs. warren Wilson Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Lee Carmony called on Mr. and Mrs. Otto Carmony and daughter Wilma Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Blanchard Davis and (daughter Elexis were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett CVek near S,ummit- ville Sunday. Carl Mart spent Saturday and Sunday with Miles Wilson. Jennie Cohort, Frances Davis, Mildred Scott. Howard Hockett. Riley Scott attended the L. T. L Sunday. Mrs. Rosa Harris will lead prayer meeting this evening. Mrs. Clara Holloway and children spent Sunday evening with Eva Doh-erty and children. Marion to Give Big Exposition Industrial and Commercial Show to be Staged Under Auspices of Association of Commerce Saturday, May 20th, will be an im portant day for Marion and Grant county, for the doors of the Great Marion Industrial and Commercial exposition will then open for the display of "Made in Marion" products, and the thousand and one articles of merchandise offered fr sale by her Tnerchants. But commerce does not alone fill the minds and energies of our people, and there are also to he dismayed the interesting and attractive exhibits of the schools, the charitable organizations, and th various civic bodies, thus exhibiting . . .. . . unvi-i .me iwi me niyriaa activities of this J'?y city and the rich and 0105 t v, sperous territory which surrounds our newest art, wonderful wircle?s demonstrations. Through the courtesy of The Observer Company of Marion, aenal wires and outfit will be installed and alternoon and evening whenever the sa" conditions will permit, omcerts and c lher entertainments will be pick, ed up from Pittsburg, Detroit, Chita go, and perhaps such far away places las Schenectady, New York and Ai- a da Fashion shows displaying) the latest models in suits, dresses, wraps, millinery, and shoes are always in teresting to the women folks, and hoth time-savimr and r.rofithl.v fnr i,. . . . r ., . att ex envu iiliri Tttl t.licjr V III MC preat variety of contrasting colors and styles. Hardware and implement displays will be interesting to the men, and everyone will enjoy the auto and electrical displays, and the unusually complete exhibits of building material and plans. For the prospective builder this opportunity to inspect materials and get prices will be a great ccn-veneince. The exposition will open Saturday afternoon at 1:00 o'cVock with appropriate exercises which will take place about 2:30. The very reasonable ad- mittance cnarge 01 iuc is merely rtv M v tertainments, etc Except for Sunday May 21st, doors will open to the public on week days from 1:00 p. m., until 10:30 p. m., and on Saturday, the 27th, the last day, from 10:00 a. m., to 11:00 p. m. Every afternoon and evening there will be interesting musical concerts, and in the evenings special entertain, ments, comprising style shows, concerts and other features. On one afternoon of the exposition week, date to be announced later, there will be the most marvelous aerial flying trapeze performance Mr and MYs. Oren kivkwyvki fpnd ddie Barkduit. Messrs jonn r.u-Sundav cuosts of Mr. and Mrs. Mar-? varjs Albert Barkdull. Clyde Smith-cus Kirkwood rtear Matthews Sunday.' ?on Gordon Howell, Russell Lnder-( Mies Madge and Gail Smith of j xvoo4. Merle Bnwn. Fret! Thomas, Marion spent Sunday at their home ; Aisa ut am Charles Smithson. A lhV?rnt.Sraay WHh Mr' Mys'!,' -S and what perhaps will be' most Kn tddmgton. j. . . , Mr. and Mrs. Bob Moon, Lova and ' Uvresting just now, because it is Mary Moon, attended a surprise Ralph Little birthday dinner on Mrs Sunday. Mrs. Mary Hilton and Mrs. Goodwin took dinner Sunday Alice with Mrs. Wilson Elliott. tr ri,l Will Plill npar T.n5nr 'spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Ol Bannister. turned home from ! bair., who she M ght school the past winter, rave ;.n interesting ak at trc- W . C T. :. Meeting which was hel l at the rcmo . Mrs. Arthur So.nmcrs last week. Mr id Mrs. Will Klrkpatrick aid f.v iV ?pcr.t Sunday with Mr. ana Ltndloy Tvirkpatrick. Miss Sue Woo,! so W r.'n day riht a. ib Miss Evi-. 1 Howell Mr. and Mrs. Claude Meredith of Marion took dinner Sunday with Mr. ard Mrs. Alton Henley. Several from this place attended the baccalaureate services at the Friends church at Fairmuont Sunday r.icht. Prarer meeting will be held at the home "of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Turner this week. Miss Jeanette Edwards will be leader. Miss Fannie Spangjer left Satur- d.y jAV (or Mt. Ayr where she will spend m-o cimitnor with her sister, Mrs. Llr-xl Honkins. ' Mr.and MVs. Blar.ehanl Deshon and i familv entertained at dinner Sunday. e Mr. and Mrs. John T,.rn-a ,ai,;hKtt Mildre! and Miss iTi,rt, - . - . ' ' . . . . . . Mis5 t.iayds Smith voent the wook end Vivh Miss Ethel tloweil. M5" Adv'.ie Bavkdull pnasantly cn-viF.r.ea the Back Creek GVaners at 1. r h mc Wednesday evruin-t. Tbsr prose:' acix- Mr. and Mrs. Paul BarkdVI. v.;es Ella J:icksn, Coxil Bnwn. Elizabeth Henley. Alta Dem-Edna Ault Mabel Deshon Irene c.- v.. Ptbrl Howell. p-t-tu.k supoer was enjoyea r aiu 5 ,,. arid Mrs. vnaries autw, -h. Karl .Mired. Mr. Oscar A ll rod and son Donald attended the funeral of the former's brother, Mr. Frank All-red at Mt. Etna Sunday. LITTLE RIDGE Mrs. Elnora Cox of Anderson gave talk on Home Missions and Social Service at hour of worship at this place. , t 4 The quartette from the Anderson rt-5d rhnrch comtvsed of the Messrs Cox. Hurst. Sears and Stanley endered some very nne seiecviou?. . . . . 1 1 . j S. and church and were an aaaea feature to these services. Prayer meeting will be held tms nine, Thursday, at the home of Mrs. Etta Doherty, wun Mrs. Anna wmslow as leader. Mr- mrA Mrs. A. E Ratliff enter- itauietl tor apoain amnr i. and daughters v,aro- line and Elisabeth, Mr. liurst, .Mr. Stauley and Prof, cars, , Mr. and Mrs. Marion Jeffenes of New Castle, and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Andrews and family were over Sunday guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennv Winslow and attended the roth birthday ar.nivcisary of their grandmother, Mrs, Cynthia Wmslow. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Wihteley attend-od the May Day dinner last Sabbath .iiv, V,tA Ihe home of ter nether. Mrs. S, J. Smith rtf Summitville. The occasion being r1 ivj.. t 4V f.mJlv xrhl in honor of those of the rm,7 'T1 ! k.v Kit-tl-iav in the month of May. Mr. A. E. Ratliff went to Richmond Tuesday afternoon. Rev. and Mrs, Hiram Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ratliff. Mr. and Mrs, J. B. Whiteley, the Misses Pauline, Eurah and Willis Ratliff, Mr. and Mrs. Favi Anderson and daughter, Mary Ann attended the Baccalaureate at the Friends church Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs, Denny Winslow and Arthur Winslow attended the birth day dinner pf the former's mother last Sunday, given at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Webster Wmslow. - ! v;noir pracwCT! win w v -" home of Mr. and Mrs, Rene Jones Friday night. Mr. and Mrs, Mahlon Wright and u rHuK FW T1T.ltV 0t-w4 n frilnS, list ChhVth Rockford, 0? friends last Sabbath. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. WhUeley are in receipt of a letter from their son Paul U Whiteley, a teacher in Cen - Ilrle"i ii i. - Li n t NEW MULBERRY 11 1 here. . , . ; Mr. and Mrs. Kay langsaon ana tV,l-. and Man'orie and Ruth Ann Caskey drove to Fairmount Wednesday afternoon. , W. C. Smith and children. Evalyn and Carleten, were in Fairmount Monday afternoon. Members of the Wesleyan church are havirg their edifice repapered this week. .,- Mrs Will Caskev spent Wednesday with MYs. Earl Duling north of town. ,. . Mrs. Kate Duling f visiting her son Vergie familv, north of town. Mrs. Clyde Caskey, Brewer and son Lester Matthews is Duling and Mrs. were Frank Marion visitors Friday r ;iu n trv Staeemoller ot S Gas Citv is stavine- wun ner grana ' : ... . mother, Mrs. Mary Robert Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Tuttle who haveHivexi in the home with Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Leach for several montns, 1 ..-.. o!i.1.1 ,-wvls to 1 Gas City where they will make their future home, as Mr. imie is erapwj - ed in a garace in that city. , Mt. and Mrs. Ray Smith of Fair-mount called n the former's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Smith, Sunday eve-nine . , . Jimmie Ailes, who cares for an old couple near SweeUer, spent Sunday at her home here and attended services at the U. B. church of which she is a member. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ballard of near Jonesboro spent Friday evening with her mother, Mrs. Jennie Crawford. Rev. and Mrs. Everett Mills were quests at supper Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Odie Keirstead. . . Murton Glass of Wabash, visited Sundav school at the M. P. church. Mr. Glass spent his boyhood days on a farm west of tjown and is a brother to Lowry Glass, Sunday school sup erintendent of the M. P. church. Will C Smith drove to Marion Sunday afternoon with Ed Stegemoller and children, Thelma and MHldred, where they visited Mrs. Stegemoller, who is a hospital patient Although she is getting along nicely, it trill be several days before she can be removed to her home. Mrs. Mary Roberts, who has spent several months with her children in Gas O'ty, has returned to her home here and will remain during the summer. Her young granddaughter, hUte Mary Stagcmoller will stay with her. Rey. Harry Hays, a former minis- a i Uvt " Mrs. Elge Leach has been assisting her mother cleaning house this week. Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Miller call d on Laoertv Hamilton and family . . . Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Murray were the gwests of Ben Havens and family Sunday, Lxe; xey Miller and family and Anna Havden and Mrs. Alex Roberts wprt Sunday afternoon callers at the home ot Alva Dickerson and family. Andy Mann is the new pumper on the Hamilton lease. He began Monday. Opal, the lifle daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willie MUtank has been having the measles. Lloyd Duling was the guest of his sister, Mrs. Ray S,mith at Matthews Tuesday. OAK RIDGE 11 j iv..c.r .a fFr n u: end at home, Miss Cox is attending school at Indianapolis Teachers Col lege. Luella Garner, Edna Prine, Eldridge Garner, Burr Haisley, Clyde Prine attended the inter-academic contest at Vermillion Grove, Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Holloway and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Holloway and daughter Violet, Sunday aft?rn0on Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Doherty had as their Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Haisley, Mr. and iMYs, George Pmyimi sanl tatMilw Hf sw 1 a iaiuu 4'i i o iuai jr ajtilQ 1 miss Mabel Doherty or Marion, Burr Haisley won fiirst in the mile I run, and third in the 880 yard dash in the inter-academic contest at Ver- Si VACCINATE YOUR HOGS WITH THORNTOWN SERUM Strictly Throat Bled Pure and Potent Serum and virus, ako capsules and iodine, at labra-tory prices. Keep a supply on hands at all times Phone Clack 1C02. im,ir- xiW , , 'ever seen in this part of the country. m,$s Mary Catherine spent Sunday 'Wit .n v. tT t -with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. j .on th p of the roof . Tlman Cox. , ' " exposition building. J George T. Word joined his wife at! Watch for this announcement. HVD. WILSON, Rep.

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