The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on August 8, 1921 · Page 3
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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 3

Fairmount, Indiana
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Monday, August 8, 1921
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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS It Will Pay You to Trade With These Spend Your Money With People Who Save You Money FairmoMmt's Trade Leaders 1 TX- t.f Ladies $1.00 Silk Men's 75c Silk Children's 35c Hose for Real Wear hmzBU tf.saa rrs vi t -i m lli Fts y&1 Sr..,, R3 ' 711 5 HOSIERY? I SHOULD SAY! Real Merchandise 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. Where Do You? Keep Your Car Why not keep it in a modern garage where you have an individual stall, free air, water, and access to an up-to-date repair shop? It will pay you to investigate our facilities for storage. Get our prices and save money. - . Fairmount Garage 219 East Washington Street Phone 352 Ladies 50c Mercerized Men's 15c up HOLLINGSWORTH SHOE CO. ONLY SFM ORGANDIES and VOILES OF THOSE LEFT ORGANDIES, $1 a yard; VOILES, 35c a yard. New line of Yarn for Crocheted Hats. fs; THE OLDEST BANK IN SOUTHERN GRANT COUNTT t ;1 MRS. ELLA PATTERSON ART STORE t LOCAL AND PERSONAL Buy Only The Best Miss Merla Smith was in Marion, Friday. Miss Florence Neal went to Marion today. Miss Addie Leach returned Friday from a short visit with friends in Gaston. William MeCormick and family and ' Leonard Montgomery, who with a party from Marion, have been en-j joying: an outing; at Lake Tippecanoe, I will arrive home todav. DOWN PRICES Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets. ; Rugs in Abundance.. Linoleum, Congolum and goods in great volume. Isaiah Jay U. S. Tires jnve 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 Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Stout entertained Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Stout at Sunday dinner. I The high school orchestra was en- i tertained Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Wilburn, their ' son Leslie being a member of the orchestra. The evening was devoted to music and refreshments were served bv the host and hostess. Mrs. Charles Lambeur has been assisting- at the Cloverleaf Creamery station, during- the absence of Mrs. MeCormick. Phone 62 124 South Main Street. CHINA All coal bought on the basis of The Home of Good Coal Heat Unitv. Blue Jacket, Rex, Ajax, I Y WATCHES, CLOCKS L. E. MONTGOMERY "Your Jeweler" FAIRMOUNT, INDIANA Beaver Fork, The Pride of Kentucky. Your business solicited, C. C. BROWN, Fairmount JEWELRY CUT GLASS 1 Stock Farmers Protect Your Ever Eat MOON EAT SHOP Where? i rC HI fP And Cool Things to Eat and A LUUL lLLL, Drink. Come and See. Ph0neloi440" Busing & Company Hipc T Flour, best Kansas Flour SI. 23 Special price per bbl. Red Seal Lye, 13c, 2 for 2"o I & G. and Kirk's Flake White Soap, 2 bars, 13c, 4 for 23c Lenncx, Gnna and Green White 5c Taggarts Cakes and Crackers at Right Irices. Car Bran, Middlings and Flour due at lower price; Tankav. Meal, Salt, Oyster Shell and etc., on hand. ..Highest prices paid for Poultry. BAILING WIRE Phone 275 KELLY & SON Phone 275 ANTI-FLY Will Do It Here? , B. 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. O'MARA L. Aflred Electric Shop BATTERY SERVICE AND REPAIRS We repair Starting Motors and Generators; also Ignition work. J Juicy Steak? Fine Chops THERE IS ONLY ONE WAY TO ACCUMULATE WEAL TH Best of Everything in the Line of MEATS Community Meat Market WE ACETYLENE WELDING LOCAL AND PERSONAL ,Y"7" IT" General Repair F IZV I 1 Shop Bring It In We Will w ha let er Bank ac- There is one place in your home town where you can -av von ran cnrp frnm vour earnings. The Fairmount StaJ? Mrs cepts any amount on deposit. 4 per cent -paid, on tin? d 'jMisits. Ora Couch is spending a few C L. Pem n Joshua Cox and Malissa Hiatt, of Richland, Iowa, are the guests of th.3 countrv with Mrs. Tom days in Couch. F?th Cox and faniilv. r I FAIRMOUNT STATE BAN CAPITAL. SCLPLFS AND PROFITS, $3UKK. Old Reliable Hardware and Stoves. Everything in the Line w Me Miss Anna Delph. of the local post- j Mr. and Mrs. John Dare and Ho-office force, together with her sister, , ward Tetrick, of Fairmount, visited Miss Minnie Delph, of Gary, left Sun- ( from Thursday to Monday with V. L. day for an outing of about a week at-j Tetrick and family. Carthage Citi-Rome City. zen. Tony M. Payne, Assi-iuC Cashier Earl Morris, Assistant -iUhie.r. W. F. Morris, President R. A. Morr:s, Cashier. Sunday insted of froing to Sunday skcol I slips off with Chuck & went a Slat's Diary tained Tuesday for dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Compton and daughter, Julia E., of Gas City, and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn A. Harrold. Mr and Mrs. Jnny Winslow and swimminjr & when I got home ma ast Mrs. Hiram Harvey had charge of the morning service at Little Ridge church last Sabbath. A. E. Ratliff, Harvey Wright, and the Misses Pauline and Eurah Rat- Mr. and Mrs. Mart Trader ajif family of Rockford, 0., havet been cent guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. 'iS.. Stucky Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Harvey and Mr. and Mrs J. B. Whiteley. Mr. and Mrs. Ru3sel Harvey ar daughter Idrds, and son visits me for the Sunday skool paper. I A WOMAN'S BACK The Advice of This Fairmount Woman Is of Certain Value Many a woman's back has many aches and pains. Oftimes 'tis the kidneys' fault. Mrs. W. W. Ware visited the former's By Ross Farquhar Friday -a man cum to are house this evning & wanted to sell pa a dissided to say nothing witch was all I sed for 10 minutes about. & that ! wassent all she done. . ! Monday John B. is in bad with his j wife, she was down town a shopping liff, returned Monday from the young ' daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Jeffer latter's uncle, Frank j the latter .sister, Mr. and Wrs. Friends conference, held in Richmond. ies and th thing to put on the Henry Safftrd, near, Alexandria, Tues- That's why Doan's Kidney Pills are so effective. ! Dare. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. W. VVnro lurjsa 2nd handc?d ford & A - M 1 P- Artl i Stuckey and day. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer he sed it wood & caned mm up on me um j Mjmy Fairmount women know this Cum on down & we will go take m!M yotff neighbor movie & he not reconizzing her talk; , , , , , u . , .j. .. u n;t i Read what one has to say about it make it run a lots faster- & etc. & It sea i am airaue -j nj " wood save on Reta Trader, of Fairmount and Mr. and Mrs. J. B Whiteley, attended church last Sabbath at Sycamore, in Howard county. A number from this place attended the joint W. C. T. U. meeting of the Aarori Worth and Little Ridge unions. A musical arid missionary program ' Miss Vidsi Wright attended a as prty in Ohio, last week e&5. Prayer meeting was rwia1 &t Thursday, evening at th home of tin -Rev. and Mis.' Hiram Harvey wilk Mr. Harvey Wright as , leader. He- brew 6th chapter. son Glenn Allen, attended the Baker's reunion at Warren, last Sabbath. Rev. and Mrs. Hiram Harvey, Mr and, Mrs. Russel Haivey and childre visited iMr. Elwood Townsend and daughters at Conner's Mill northwest of Marion, last Sabbath afternoon. his " gasalene and when he sed that down town & she might ketch me. Tuesday trent to visit ant Emmy. When I cum there she sed Now you can go to yure room & changa close. "1 pa sed Is that so vettl. in that case I Mrs. Murl Nelson, 315 N. Vine St., says: "I know there is nothing better for kidney complaint than Doan's Kidney Pills. I have used them for attacks of kidney trouble and a severe aching across the small of my back. The action of my kidneys was irregular, too. Doan's soon relieved the backaches and other signs of kidney Mary witch was the. hired girl win was rendered. Miss Irene Thompson of show you the way. I sed Never mind Radley and Miss Bernice Ellingwood f . M showing me the way I gess I no how to change my close without no hired will take 2 f them; witch he did. ; pi is goings to go way tomorro for the hay f evw. - -v Sat. as pa has of the community, receiving the honors in the musical contest. Miss Thompson receiving the medal. Wednesday Art Bates wants to be ; all dealers. . Don't - n. s s i u-v otnrW i rice ouc, at Mr and Mrs. Denny Winslow en went away now ma tertained last Saturday afternon, Mrs. anattimy. Mr. Gillem says its no use s.mpty V , u f. ' .f accepted a invita tion of an nother to go to college when you can get to j "an s iv aney rins tne m mai a bathein beech ! Mrs' Nelson had- Foster-Milburn Cynthia Winslow, Mrs. Lou Kelsay and Webster Winslow, of Fairmount, and Wm. Jones and sister, Mrs. Mote, of West Milton, O. The Rev. and Mrs. TTirlri t in trnbble o-. unaio, n. x . va vcrtise- woman to acompny her to the . Zoo -witch is composed of all kinds of ani v w v w j ment. mals like zebrays & elefants & hipa swipeing sum jam f oi Jake & me; camping out in th back lot. but I ) mannigenl' to trubble witch in- tamusses& boy oonstricktors A other articles to numeros to be wirth men-ton ing. & I seen the Stork. I stood H LITTLE RIDGE RALPH C COTTRELL SPECIALIST ON THE FITTING OF GLASSES 409 Marion National Bank Building MARION, INDIANA Phone 24G , Cusdaya by Appointed creased by self respeck a good eeL John Rose, of Upland, wera guests Saturday night. Mr, and Mrs. Glenn A. Harrold were guests for Sunday dinner at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and lira. George Jones. Xr. and lira. J. B. Whiteley enter- Inf ront of his cage for a long time Rev. Hiram Harvey occupied the rmlnit at Fairmount Friends church but he never reconired me. Sum times I wonder if they issent a lot of S. N. Karn, of Tippecanoe City, O., was the over Sanday guest of his sister. Urs. Esa Pearsoa. last Sabbath monte?. Storks besides this L A

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