The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on August 15, 1921 · Page 3
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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 3

Fairmount, Indiana
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Monday, August 15, 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 F&Irmoumit's Tirade Leaders Ladies $ 1 .00 Silk Men's 75c Silk Children's 35c Hose for Real Wear HOSIERY? I SHOULD SAY! Real Merchandise Why shouldn't you? Do not sacrifice security for smalt profit. If you were sick you would call a doctor a good one. If you were making a will you would consult a lawyer -a capable one. When you are banking choose the best, the most prompt and efficient one. 4 per cent interest paid on time deposits and you need not tie up your money for one year. Where Do You? Keep Your Car Why not keep it in a modern garage wfcere 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 Ladies' 50c Mercerized Men's 15c up HOLLINGSWORTH SHOE CO. mm mmmm V' ' ' ':.',,... -,.,, - " .. ,1 CORSKTS I have just added a full line of BON TON CORSETS to my stock and also continue the complete line of 1WIUSIANA CORSETS. Come in and be fitted w ith a Corset that will be a pleasure to wear. Mrs. Ella Patterson Art Store f THE CIDEST BANK IN SOUTHERN GRANT COUMTYl I Phone 352 LOCAL AND PERSONAL J. E. Jones, of Kokomo, was in Fair- i i mount Wednesday. Miss D-ottie Howell, of Marion, spent Thursday with Miss Ruby Why-brew. Miss Rea Meyers, of Marion, was the over night guest of Miss Bonnie Kimes Thursday. Miss Martha Little is substituting . as clerk in The Bee Hive Cash store today. Buy Only The Best U. S. Tires pive the mileagre; 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 ' Isaiah 'eJsiy During August is making Rugs and Wall Paper at one-half the price they were during 1920. Low Prices on all Furniture Mr. and Mrs. John Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Nic Brookshsre attended the Muncie Fair Thursday. Lester H. Showalter and family of East Washington street, haw? moved to Marion. Mr. Showalter has been employed by the Indiana General Service Company for some time. Allen Cochran and family, of Jonesboro. have moved into the Showalter On account of the rain Thursday the Mill township farmers' picnic was postponed until Thursday, Aug. 18. The Fairmount bar.d has been engaged to furnish the music for this picnic. 124 South Main Street. Phone 62 CHINA WATCHES, CLOCKS K ffiAl DI 4fE AndCool Things to Eat and t VUUL T LrtVL, Di trink. Come and See. The Home of Good Coal A" J?01, K? .v-rw w rn the basis of Heat Unity. Blue Jacket, Rex. Ajax, Beaver Fork, The Pride of Kentuckv. Your business solicited, C. C. BROWN, Fairmount L. E. MONTGOMERY "Your Jeweler' FAIRMOUNT. INDIANA Next to P. O. Phone 144 Busing & Company CUT GLASS JEWELRY TITT T MOON Ever Eat weerer sehaj Here? , Farmers Protect Your Stock ANTI-FLY 8St 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 Fall Fertilizer " PRICES LOWER. Get our Prices before you buy. Order early. Phone 275 KELLY & SON Phone 275 THERE IS ONLY ONE WAY TO ACCUMULATE WEALTH B. L. Allred Electric Shop BATTERY SERVICE AND REPAIRS We repair Starting Motors and Generators; also Ignition work. Juicy Steaks Fine Chops Best of Everything in the Line of MEATS Community Meat Market ACETYLENE WELDING LOCAL AND PERSONAL FIX IT Bring It In We Will General Repair Shop O. L. Pemberton There is one place in your home town where you can sae whatever you can spare from your earnings. The Fairmount Stale Bank accepts any amount on deposit. 4 per cent paid on time deposits. FAIRMOUNT STATE BANK CAPITAL, SULPLUS AND PROFITS, $30,000. Miss Lillian Rhoads has accepted a position as stenographer for the Snider Preserve company. Miss Louise Shoffner came over from Marion Friday evening to visit with her sister. Miss Clarice Shoffner, of Greensburp, at the home of Miss Mary Seright. Mrs. J. P. O'Shaughnessy entertained Mrs. Sarah Foster of Middle-town at 12 o'clock dinner Thursday. The Sunday school class of girls of the Friends church taught by Mrs. Leonard Little enjoyed a picnic supper at the home, of Isaac Moon Wednesday evening. , Old Retiable Hard. eware and Stoves. Everything in the Line Dal Tony M. Payne, Cashier Earl Morris, Assistant Chier. W. P. Morris, President R. A. Morris, Cashier. Fred Jones, Gregory Dale, Murray! Were you out-of-town yesterday?. Call Main 265 and tell them about it. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Moon and Mrs. ; John R. Littk attended the fair at Muncie Thursday. LOCAL BREVITIES and Phillip Holliday hava returned from a jolly camping trip on the r Milton Powers, decorator, 118 S. Bartley St, says: "My kidneys were weakened by an operation and I suffered a great deal with my back. I didn't know what it was V De fre-from backaches. My kidneys refused to act. I used Doan's Kidney Pills Miss Margaret Pierson has been making a visit with friends in banks of Wild Cat. They were under the direction of an uncle of Murray and Phillip Holliday. Mrs. Tamer Adams-Brewer spent Friday at Matthews with her daugh-1 ter, Mrs. Virgil Ritter. MISS SHOFFNER HONOR GUEST AT PARTY. The Sunday school class of the M. E. church taught by Mrs. Mattie Langsdon was entertained Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Mort Seright in honor of Miss Clarice Shoffner, of Greensburg, who is a former member of the class. Those present to enjoy the hospitality of Mrs. Seright and daughter. Miss Mary So right, were May Salyers, Treva Parker, Bertha Haworth, Hasel Rush, Vada Downing, from H. W. Hahne's Drug Store and Miss Arlie Frost was the guest of Miss Merle Smith Friday while en-route from Marion, to Newcastle. The Fairmount band has besn en WET WASH CHEAP AND QUICK NEW CITY LAUNDRY J. L. Conrad, Agent they regulated my kidneys and rid me of the bachaches. I am glad to recommend Doan's. Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Mrs. C D. Morrison and daughter, Mabel, of Indianapolis; Mrs. John Heavelin, of Fairmount, and Mrs. Lester Frarier and daughter, Martha Nelle, were guests of the family of R. M. Yelvington, Tuesday. Summit-ville News. gaged to play all day for the fair which will be given by the Monroe township unit on August 81. j Mr. and Mrs. John Dare, Mrs. Will v 0 Taylor, son Junior and daughter Iva Louise, and Mrs. William Weirauch asotored to Marion Friday afternoon. Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Powers had. Foster-Milburn Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey and Miss Maty Spicer. of Indianapolis, were the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bess Winslow, Ruth Weaver, Alice Ramsey, Martha Bevington, Lavena Smiley, Mrs. Charles Smiley, Mrs. Walter Downing, Mrs. H. K. Winslow and Mrs. Mattie Langsdon. Lewis Caskey. Among the real estate transfers published this week Is the following: Isaac R. Goodacre to Charlie U Good-acre lot 3 & 4 Nixon Winslows 1st add to Fairmount, $2,500- yvi l luaWJ-1 anjsjrsjusjiii nwrfr 1 najr ajyoagsHisHiaw u u m HiwMnisiiMiMiir7iiii .n in ialajrsrrn-rss Emory Adams, Lew Caskey and E. P. Linville, rural mail carriers have been enjoying a vacation. -Tren Brewer has been acting as substitute for Mr. Adams, Mrs. Caskey for Mr. Caskey and Orange Prine for Mr. Unville. si - i Dr. and Mrs. S. T. Rlrsbee have fi NT moved to Marion for future residence. Dr. Rigsbee will be associated in the Mrs. Mattie Payne, entertained as dental business with Dr. Uthank. KEEP THIS KIDNEYS WELL. Health ts Worth Saving, and Some Fairaosmt People Know How to Save It. Manv Fairmount neonle take their guests at her country home south of Fmirmotmt, Thursday, Mrs. Chas S. S. j j Mrs. Mary HolHngt worth will re White of Indianapolis, and Mis. J. R. lurn to Deer Creek the first of this Wilson. lives in their hands by instating the kidneys when they knov thtse organs William A. Millet, passed away Thursday morning at the home of his daughter, Mrs. John Treoa. Mr. taller suffered an acute attack of illness that busted less than a week, tie was a wJl known farmer and rested for years In the Fowlerton nCir.rlMuwt week after a visit with Mort- MoK lings worth and Mrs. Isahetle Payne. Mrs. Hollinpsworth is a life kif resident of Fairmount having ttrJt all Mrs. W. W. Watkins and ton, of need heln. ' Weak ki!Tm are respon RALPH C GOTTEiELL S?dc4ALIST ON Ti2 FiTTIKC C7 C0 L!arfia TtiAl Cdin3 Lekevill, Mrs. Lena CJoud and daugh "her years here with the reception of sible for a vast atnocnt of suCertncf and ill health slightest dUy is danserovs. Use Dean's Ktiney PiUs a retaer that has he!3td themra tear, of Fort Worth. Te., Mrs. Henry Perrault, of Caa and Mrs.. Mark Atbertson and its of a.rion were ll eests it tin. TVirtata Lewis The funeral services were eondxeted fi&ay sltetttooft front FbwUxtea ehtttch cl kxsisl as fcdt fe seven. Her home was in the s third house that was Hilt in Fsimonnt a4 It a the eontr Lcr Dr. tf ktKry ttT-sma. Cra Is a rr-

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