The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on August 1, 1921 · Page 3
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August 1, 1921

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 3

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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS It Will Pay You to Trade With These Spend Your Money With People Who Save You Money eadlers raQie Ladies $1.00 Silk Men's 75c Silk Children's 35c Hose for Real Wear TEMME SPRINGS IN STOCK FOR ALL CARS ErTi UzhLfSA V LZ3 r1 'foGraafesfAssefafflksBaniL-Zl HOSIERY? I SHOULD SAY! Real Merchandise it Many people in this community do not know except in a general way the many advantages a Savings Bank Account affords its customers in the way of service. A better acquaintance with our system will convince you, our service is the best for any legitimate purpose you may have in mind. Come in and talk it over. We install all springs purchased here without additional charge, and guarantee them against defects in material and workmanship for one year. Ladies 5Cc Mercerized Men's 15c up 1 fyv-yrywnfTOT?-? Wt?(k,,'Pv ,mpmm,, l??r. HOLLINGSWORTH SHOE CO. Fairmount Garage 219 East Washington Street Phone 352 otIOCK ORGANDIES and VOILES ORGANDIES, $1 a yard; VOILES, 35c a yard. New line of Yarn for Crocheted Hats. MRS. ELLA PATTERSON ART STORE iV ' 1 ttt yiPtai dam rv in suu i ninn ukhh i tvun i LOCAL AND PERSONAL O. E. ' Mbnahan has arrived from Akron, O., to spend his vacation at his home here. Miss Merle Smith will assist the local postoffice force, while iMiss Anna Delph is absent on her vacation. DOWN PRICES Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets. Rugs in Abundance. Linoleum, Congolum and goods in great volume. 1f nr:ti: - ji. mr Buy Only The Best U. S. Tires give the mileage; they are quality Tires for sane tire users. They will take you farther and save you more money than other tires. We also handle a full line of all kinds of automobile accessories. When in need of such come and see us. J. C. ALBERTSON Mrs. Rose Delph has returned from Marion, where she was the giest of her daughter, Mrs. Grover Radamaker. iViis. imam unnuie, 01 morgan- twn, W. Va., arrived Saturday for a ! visit with Mrs. Esom Smith and j family. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Lindsav enter Miss Frances Nolder left Saturday for Toledo, O., where she will make an extended visit with her aunt, Mrs. tained at dinner Friday the following guests : Ab Jon?s and family, of ; William Naylor. Swayzee, Mrs. Layton Lindsay, of i oio.h Jay 0 Pittsburgh, Pa., Ray Drips, of Pittsburgh, Pa., William Ivaneck of Pittsburgh, Pa., and Mrs. Emma Lindsay. Bennie Gray, employed at Kokomo, made a brief visit at his home here last week. Phone 62 124 South Main Street. WATCHES, CLOCKS CHIN V L. E. MONTGOMERY "Your Jeweler" The Home of Good Coal nA'' r'baM Heat Unity. Blue Jacket, Rex, Ajax. Beaver Fork, The Pride of Kentuckv. Your business solicited, C. C. BROWN, Fairmount FAIRMOUNT, INDIANA CUT GLASS JEWELRY aL Where? MOON EAT SHOP ArOni DI ifE AndCool Things to Eat and tUUL rLAtE Drink. Come and See. phonetoi44 Busing & Company Big T Flour, best Kansas Flour $1.2.) Soecial price per bbl. Red Seal Lye. 13c, 2 for 25c 1 & G. and Kirk's Flake White Soap, 2 bars. 13c, 4 for 25c Lennox, Gnna and Green White 5c Taggarts Cakes and Crackers at Right Prices. Car Bran, Middlings and Flour due at lower price; Tankage. OH Meal, Salt, Oyster Shell and etc., on hand. . .Highest. prices paid for Poultry. BAILING W IRE Phone 275 KELLY & SON Phone 275 THERE IS ONLY ONE WAY TO ACCUMULATE WEALTH B. L. Allred Electric Shop BATTERY SERVICE AND REPAIRS FarmersProtect Your Stock ANTI-FLY Eft For spraying use Insecticide, contains Arsenate of Lead, Paris Green and Tuber Tonic, and will destroy all insects injurious to trees and vines. Your drug needs supplied by P. H. Q'MAPA Juicy Steaks Fine Chops Beit of Everything in the Line of MEATS Community Meat Market We repair Starting Motors and Generators; also Ignition work. ACETYLENE WELDING LOCAL AND PERSONAL FIX IT Gun Repair Shop Bring It In We Will C. L,. Pemberton There is one place in your home town where you can save whatever you can spare from your earnings. The Fairmount State Bank accepts any amount on deposit. 4 per cent paid on time deposits. FAIRMOUNT STATE BANK CAPITAL. SULPLUS AND PROFITS, $50,000. Miss Myrtle Smith and Miss Jessie Sark, of Bluffton, are here for a visit with Misses Merle Smith and Bobbie Weyler. Misses Harriett Monahan, Mary Rigsbee and Edna Gregg, who have Charles Ribble is making improvements on his residence property on South Walnut street, including a new rcof. Miss Minnie Delph arrived from Old Reliable Hard- eware and Stoves. Everything in the Line J.W.Dal Tony M. Payne, Assistant Cashier. Earl Morris, Assistant Cshier. been. attending Indiana University at , Gary, Saturday to spend her vacation Bloomington, have arrived home for j with her mother, Mrs. Rose Delph and their summer vacation. i family. W. F. Morris, President R. A. Morris, Cashier. action of my kidneys was lrregulaf- RESULTS TELL j and annoyed me especially at night- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keifer and daughter, Esther, have returned to their home in East Brady, Pa., after FOWLERTON LOCAL BREVITIES COUNTY LINE There Can Be No Doubt About The JH1L a visit with friends in Fairmount. Mr. and Mrs. Nolder Underwood and j 1 Sol Key is seriously ill at his home Indianapolis, R. A. Morris was in Friday and Saturday. A friend advised Doan's Kidney Pur and I bought some from 0'Maras: Drug Store. They were just what I needed and soon rid me of the back aches and regulated my kidneys .? Price, 60c, at all dealers; Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get. son, of Little Ridge, called on W. W. j at this place. Results in Fairmount Results tell the tale. All doubt is removed. The testimony of a l airmount citi- Guy Curtis and wife returned Fri sen can be easily investigated. Ask Mr. and Mrs. Bert Briles and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Roberts, motored to McCullough Park, Muncie, Sunday. They also visited Gaston, Eaton, Hartford City and other points. day from an outing at Lake Tippe your neighbor. What better proof canoe. can be had? Doan's Kidney Pills tha same that Mr. Smith son had. Foster-Milburn Co. Mfv.. RuffalA. N. Y. Advertisement .Mrs. John Himelick and children were shopping in Marion, Tuesday. Mrs. Isaac Key is visiting her daughter at Muncie this week. Mr. and Mrs, Harlie Allen and children of Spencer, are visting relatives at this place this week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Corn and son. Payne and family Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Richards, had has their guests Sunday, Zella Haiel-baker and wife, Nolder Underwood and. wife and son, Mrs. Bessie Couch and family, Frank Payne, wife and eon, Miss Gladys Payne, Afternoon callers were W. W. Payne Mr. and Mrs. Tine Harrold and family of Up Fred Smith son, 622 E. Washington St., Fairmount, says: "My kidneys Thsre will be a mothers meeting at the home of Mrs. M. W. Hunt, Friday at 2:30 p. m. All are invited. were out of order and I had a duV Amnfiff tK T-n1 9tat transfers Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McEvoy entertained the following1 guests at Sanday dinners Mr. and Mrs. Arch McEvoy of Pittsburgh, Pa., Jay McEvoy, of Danville, 111., and Mrs. Ruth Hale, of Marion. aching across the small of my back that made it hard for me to do any stooping or lifting. Mornings, especially I was lama and stiff. The published this week is the f blowing: Myra Baldwin to Ted L. Reeves et ux, lot 1, Nixon Rush's 1st Fairmount,, $1200. RusseL Mrs. Anna Hayden and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Roberts called on friends in Union City, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lora Hayden and Kenneth Benson, of Winchester, was the guest of friends in Fairmount Saturday and Sunday. land. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Richards visited Mr. and Mrs. Abb Couch and family Sunday. The Woman's Missionary society of Miss Martha Ratliff, who has been attending White's Institute near Wa the Christian church will meet with Mrs. J. F. Ainsworth on South Main street Wednesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. An interesting program has been arranged and a full attendance is desired. bash, is home for her vacation. children visited in Fairmount, Sundiy. Mrs. Bell Kirkwood a well-known resident of this community died at her home near Matthews, Sunday night. Mrs. Kirkwood has been tn poor health for a number of weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brown were in Marion Monday- evening. Julian Mayer was in Marion Tues Mis Martha Couch entertained Friday, Miss Laura Brown, of Fairmount and Miss Rhoda Helms of near Fow-lerton. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Couch and family were in Muncie Monday. Miss Add Richards spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Holliday. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Carmony were Mrs. Angeline Kilgore, of PL tsa bet and Mrs. Corena Fuller, of Alex-' andria, were the guests of Mrs. Emma Miller Saturday and Sunday. day. HALFKI C OOTH1ELL 7ZC2ALDT C:i TTI2 nTTLTC3 ;? GLATCZ3 Mrs. Arthur Jones win be hostess to the Women's Missionary Society of the M. P. church Wedaeaiay, Aug. 3. This will be an all day isUa?. A program has been arratd consisting of vocal and mttnsaestal rnvste and aa address by tCr. Fred De"S7erd. Dv7tiy ta fctvib4 t attJ, ktf fe3 it;t rZ&jiz tin arUcUs W. Frank Davis, who for more than twenty-five years has journeyed to a cottage he owns near Traverse City, Mkk, to ofetaia reltet from tea? fev crJl frost comta, Is prtiri to Ixzrzz' tcrlrarJ fa irtry ttr Mrs. C Sprung, of Hkhtaond wX3 be spending Oie next two months at Mackinaw City, Mich and wast the Fairmount Mews to ftaw her Csring her eoram ia KzfJi in ixZzt thst may kt? la fct xZS Cj ri ef de Hon frr.ry. the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Car-tntmy and family cf near Lake Wane Sir. and Mr. D. E- Richards and mm, spent Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Jarnes nwelt Itrx Ec-! C -th c-.l ton. of Fair- ti. xt. v. r-i ti fcy.

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