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THE PAintSOtJNT NCT3 FOWLERTON DEPARTMENT Mrs. Minnie Crecraft, Reporter chance now to go out in these little groups. The regular discipline that children get in a gofcd campis a wonderful thing for them. It is also a great economy of human effort. Parents otherwise spend a large part of their time straightening out their roaming youngsters, who are butting into all kinds of trouble in their effort to have a good time. But a few camp leaders will take this same bunch of children, train them in orderly ways, and get them in the habit of obedience. Children enjoy so hugely their experiences in the swimming pool and around the camp fire, that they will be amenable to discipline rather than be sent home. So the problem of conduct is solved, mischief is avoided, health giving pursuits are enjoyed, high ideals are stimulated. Guaranteed Tire Repairs We guarantee the workmanship and materials we put in your tires. . Your old tires, repaired by us, can be depended upon for long, trouble-free serrice. " We use the best methods and the best material. Bring in your worn casings for free inspection. We will help you get every penny's worth of mileage there is in them. Visit us today before you forget about it. The Fairntount News Published on Mondays and Thursdays A . S. ROBERTS, Editor and Publisher, tlinnie Mc Lucas Roberts, Associate. rELEPHONES gffiggl SUBSCRIPTION RATES. (Within Indiana.) One year $2.00 Six months .................. 1.25 Three months . . .75 (Outside Indiana.) One year $3.00 Six months ..1.65 Three months .90 All subscriptions payable strictly In advance; paper discountinued at expiration of subscription time unless renewal is received prior to expiration date. Entered as second-class matter at the postoffice at Fairmount, Ind., under the Act of Congress of March 8, 1879. W. C T. U. Executive Meeting. Mrs. Lennie Dickerson will attend the Grant county W. C. T. U executive's meeting to be held all day Wednesday at the home of Delia Kirk-patrick, south of Jonesboro. Dinner will be served and plans made for a county convention. Local and Personal Mr. and Mrs. Charley Leach with Mary Dodd and Marilla Powers motored to Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Eases' near Swaysee, where they spent last Tuesday visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Eases sister, Jane Collins and Mr. Lew and Will Morgan called in the afternoon to visit ""with them. Mrs. Lucinda Osborn, who has been staying with L. W. Richards near Matthews .visited relatives and friends x X H H H H H H H H H M E. 0. Ellis Auto Supply Co. Tires, Accessories, Oils, Gasoline, Vulcanizing W. V. Fowler, Mgr. IIIIIirilTIITIIIIIIITTTYYYT TWO SPOTS. In the country all the young mn are calling for overalls, while in the city the demand is for golf breeches. The people who have been finding fault with the farmer because he does not keep accurate books, will probably kick very hard when his accounts show that he needs higher prices. After throwing away clothes because they are a little out of style, the city folks complain that the farmers exactions makes it impossible for them to pay their debts. FINANCING MARKETING PROPOSITIONS. Joseph Hirsch, chairman of the Registered Notes Recommended for Savings and Trust Funds. Principal and Earned Interest Payable on demand. Payable through any bank or trust company. Denominations, $50.00, $100.00, $500.00. $1000.00 Write for Descriptive Circulars We buy and sell Stocks, Phone 226 Bonds and Reliable Securities. on. nn I Trvi J J UNION SECURITIES Merchants Bank Building Indianapolis Funeral Service. The funeral service of Wm. A. Miller, who passed away last Tuesday morning at the home of his daughter in Fairmount, Mrs. Carrie Treon, was conducted at the Fowlerton M. P. church Friday afternoon, Rev. James Rector of Gaston in charge. Burial was made in I. O. O. F. cemetery, Matthews. Harmony Church Service. The Lebanon association composing four churches namely, Mt. Carmel, Fortvilte, Taylor's Creek, Swaysee, Harmony, Matthews and the Fowlerton Primitive Baptist church will meet next Friday, Saturday andSun-day, Aug. 19-20-21, with Harmony church. All day services will be held each day. Many churches and other associations will be represented and a laree number of ministers ere expected to be present from sister j churches of surrounding counties and states. The interested public is incited to attend. Birthday Dinner. Quite a number of relatives and friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Kimbrough near Dunkirk, Sunday, Aug 14, in honor of Mr. Kimbrough's 70th birthday. Mrs. Kimbrough and son and daughter had every thing in readineess to receive their guests in the grove near their home. Tables and seats had been placed and swings for the children. A sumptious dinner was served at the noon hour and the day thoroughly enjoyed by the following guests: John T. Kimbrough, Zac Kimbrough, Mis? Allie and Miss Maud Kimbrough of near Fairmount, Mrs. Ann Kimbrough and son Walter near Radley, Mr. and Mrs. George Kimbrough and soi.s Charles and Winifred and daughter "Rebecca of Marion, Mrs. Thomas Luckv and son George, also of Marion. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Kimbrough and grandchildren Evelyn and Wilbur Gor rell of near Fowlerton, Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Bosley and sons Stewart and James. Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart of Fairmount, Mrs. Mary Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Will Stewart and daughter Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Engle and sons Billy and Donald, Mr. and Mrs. James Carter of Alexandria, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Howell of near Upland. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Swain of near Hartford City, Mrs. J. M. Wright and daughters Margarett; and Lucille of Jonesboro, Mr. Dickenson of Marion, and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Kimbrough and daughter Bernice and son Clark. Music was furnished in the evening bv Mr. and Mrs. Will Stewart and daughter Dorothy, who play the hotn, violin and piano. Missionary Social and Business Meeting a Succvss. The Fowlerton Missionary Society held their annual social mA business meeting Wednesday all day at the home of Mrs. Tura Jone?, north of town. A sumptious dinner was served a l the noon hour under the big maples in the front yard. A business meeting followed the dinner in which an election of officers for the coming year took place, an interesting program was rendered, first a musical recital by Miss Florence Domes pupils, the" Ladies Quartet sang ad Mrs. DeWeerd addressed the meeting, her centered thoughts and .themes being along W, C T. U. and missionary wrk. Her address was very instructive and was highly appreciated by all who were fortunate enough to hear her. The Ladies Quartet aeain sang and the meeting ad km mod to meet again on Sept. 6, at the home of Mrs. Charley Leach. Lerh and Lewis Reunion. Many of the Leach and Lewis families gathered in the Fowlerton Park Sunday, Aug. 14, and spent the forenoon in greeting and making and renewing acquaintances. A long table was spread with a wonderful dinner where a hundred and fifty or more relatives and friends gathered and soon put the finishing touches to. In the afternoon a short program was rendered. Rev. Perry Leach of Larwill, gave the principal address. Music was furnished by the Ladies Quartet, A short business meeting followed the program and new officers were installed for the ensuing year. Some of the out of town guests who were present at the reunion were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Covalt of Lafountaine, Mr. and Mrs. Drue Tuttle of Docatur. Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kooken of Lima, O., Mr. and Mrs. James Daniels of Indianapolis, Rev. and Mrs. P. B. Leach of Larwill, Mr. and iMrs. John D. Osborn of Carthage, Alex Lindsey of Marion, John Scott and family of Upland, Mrs. G. N. Berry of Marion, Claud Leach and family of Gaston, James and Dick McCreery and Walter Janny also of Gaston. Wm. Stanley and Lcm Tront of Muncie. Ora Thompson of Upland and Wilson Leach of Hartford City and many others from Summltville, Fairmount and Matthews. In registering the names and addresses of the Leach and Lewis families, fifty-seven names f the heads of the families were registered and this is only a few of the many more who should have been present on the occasion. - Uaurice Warner, President i!l!llllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!llllllllllllllllllllllllllliii'inillllllllllllllllllll cultural commission, urged in a rec-j1 improvements at moder- ent address that bankers should give j at cot- more help to farmers in getting their s tm draws business from marketing propoe?on on a sound distance, winch makes the town basis. He felt that the prices recelv-l- Bore long real estate heed bv the producer are in no way pro- ;8 "re luMe. anyone that portionate to those paid bv the con-js house r iness sumer. He felt that a more economic- Sr incm nd Prs of al system of distributing farm pro- Fr s ducts is absolutely essential and that, e general prosperity. Every-bankers must use their business and j Jf benefits. financial skill in helping the farmers! Now beginning of all that ex-rut it over ' pansion was very frequently found " j simply in the resolution of the mer- THE CO-OPERATIVE MOVEMENT, chants to give that community a The movement for handling farm j PP thoroughly up to date retail products through co-operative market- But the merchants can not do ing associations is making rapid pro- jthis thing a lone They must have gross. Yet it is so enormous a pro- the help of all the home folks and the ject and one requiring so much capi-lPP who live in the nearby country tal, for complete organitation, that it ' Um Pf is not surprising that it will takeiuce in the market town, must also years to work it out. j Uke hold and helP- It is a movement that has had to j The help that is needed Is very encounter obstacles, and at the start simple. It costs nothing, in fact it certain prejudices. These difficulties , is profitable as it goes along. All are illustrated by the experience of s that is called for is simply to support certain tobacco growers in a leading your own home stores, and help your center for that staple, in their efforts merchants in their effort to make to organize such an associaeion. The ; Fairmount a bigger trading center growers of that section has suffered ' and to spread prosperity throughout much b?cause of unreasonably low the community. Your trade either prices, and the business had become helps build up Fairmount or it helps very unprofitable. At first the co- ? build up other and distant places that cperative project aroused much en- do not care a whoop about your pros-thusiasm. j perity. Which shall it be ? When it appeared that all the crops j - of the various growers would have to j CARD OF THANKS, be delivered over to a central ware-; We express to our neighbors and house, and there graded by an expert j friends our sincere thanks for their employed by the proposed association " niany kindnesses extended to us dur-the enthusiasm of the growers began jmg the sickness and death of our to cool off. This expert wou'd have father. We greatly appreciate the to be paid an amount that looked large ? kindness of the physician, the K?auti-to these hard headed farmers. It!ful floral offerings, the excellent mu-was not very much for each . member, j sfe at the funeral, the tender and com-but it was more than most of the i forting sermon of Rev. E. B. Megen-farmers were then getting. .Th?y.tty, and All the many considerations here a couple of days last week, she was a guest of Mrs. Charley Leach Wednesday night. Mrs. Caroline Duling, who has been in Fairmount for several days attended the missionary meeting held at Arthur Jones Wednesday. Mrs. Lament Brown, also of Fairmount was present at this meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Payne motored to North Webster where they spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Payne. They returned to spend Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Leach and Miss Lacy Leach accompanied them to their home in Muncie for a few days visit, Mrs. Cordia Daniels of Indianapolis who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Mary Roberts, for several days returned to her home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Dickerson and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles Malone of Fairmount Monday. Wm. Mason and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elge Richards and Mrs. Elisabeth Thorn attended Mr. and Mrs. Odie Kierstead's sale, west of Fair-mount Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ker-stead plan to move to Fowlerton soon in the home with Mrs. Thorn. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Leach took supper Monday evening with John Leach and family after supper Mr. and Mrs. Fred SMahony and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Leach and family came in and a watermelon feast was enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. Drue Tuttle returned to their home in Decatur, Mich., Tuesday. Mrs. R. H. Dickerson still remains very low. She became much worse last Sunday and laid in a semi-conscious state most all day and reports today sa she is no better. Mrs. Ollie Mann ts staying with her brother James Corn this week and taking treatments of a Marion doctor. Mrs. Margaret Corn, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Jarvis accompanied Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Newly to Swaysee Sunday where they attended Baptist church service. Mrs. Caroline Duling accompanied Rev. and Mrs. Perry Leach to their home in Larwill for an indefinite visit Tuesday. Mrs. Mollie Roberts, Mr. Lee Roberts and family of Fairmount, Mr. and Mrs. Wiek O. Leach and daughter Haeel, Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts of Matthews and Mrs. Petty of Upland were Sunday afternoon and evening callers of Mrs. J. A. Mann. Mr. L. P. Simons' accompanied Rev. Elmer Meyers and wife to the M. P. conference to be held at Greenfield, Ind.. this vr-k. Mr. and Mrs. John Leeach snent Tuesday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. l t F. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Leach, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Leach called on L. W. Rirhard and wife Harvev Rich ards and wife near Matthews Sunday evening. Mrs. Evelyn Clark of Lafount&in will stay with Mrs. L. P. Simons and together will attend the Baptist ser vices at Harmony church the later part of this week. Miss Doras King of Marion snent .iturday night and Sunday with Miss Elsa Leese of this place. Mr. and Mrs. L. Cordrey of Sara toga is visiting friends at this place Mr. Fred Curtis and familv have moved their household from Elwood t the oropertv owned by Manford PMloutt at this place. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Key were an Sweetser Sunday. Glen Collett who has heen employ ed at Varina. Iowa; returned home Friday mommer. Mrs. Will Ballard of near Marion was inj town Fridav. Miss Merlie Hayden visited relatives in fairmount. the tt week.. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Witt and children who were called to Fairmount last week to the bedside of Mrs. Witt's father. Wililam Miller, returned to their home Sunday at Lebanon. LETTER LIST Letters remaining in the postoffice for the week ending August 16th, 1921 which if not called for in two weeks will be sent to the d?ad letter office: Miley Bawson. Master James Baird. Elmer Patterson. W. P. VAN ARSDALL; P. M. The Fairmount band played for a farmers picnic near Jonesboro Wednesday. ft Earl Allen, Cashier Interest Paid QaThaQ Deposits 4 ' I Home Town Business Developing a Trade Center If you get a group of energetic merchants working to build up trade in a town, that town is almost sure to advance. It is such a convenience to have good stores inyour home city, that people consider it in choosing their place of residence. Many towns that lack desirable attractions have yet been able to grow because they had such good stores. People would say that there were features about these communities that they did not like. But the good enterprising stores helped them to save on the cost of living, and it was a satisfaction to get dependable and attractive merchandise and secure the shown us by the Community. LYDIA P. FULLER. MARY J. FULLER. LOUIDA B. ALDRICIL Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simon, left to day for Tippecanoe Lake, where they will enjoy a few days outing. Mrs, Phin Ratliff is substituting as clerk at the John Flanagan dry goods store during the absence of Elm Payne. Mr. Chas. Brown enter- 2" as guests at their home Sahir H3T evening at dinner Rev and Mrs. &rt Leach. Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Butler, John Doherety and Miss Florence Cox returned home Monday after a week stay in Michigan. Mrs. Miles Rush of Rigdon and Rush Matthews of Bardstown, Ky were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Wilson tn Marion Wednesday. Joe Lewis, who for the tvast few weeks has been the guest of his father James Lewis, ami sisters in this city, i2ft on Monday, for Albany, Ga. R. L. Whltson was tn Fairmount this week looking after some matters per-taining to the lSOi annual meeting called Old Folk Day which wTJ be held tn Marion at &atte Park, Ac?. S3. Krs. Grbr EosUy and Krs Nettie Cuck of Fairaoent, have fceta B Is here and those contemplat- g 1 ing having Public Sales will g H do well to consult us before g 1 placing their printing order. jj The right kind of Printing at U g the right kind of prices. g 1 The Fairinnioiuiiniit I News could not stand it to see anyone mak-; ing money out of them Then the objection was made that such an agent or expert would not be impartial in his work in sorting and grading th i several crops. Individual f growers feared they would not be treated as their neighbors. They could not be persuaded to pool their issues. Consequently they' let the movement drop. Most of the farmers of Grant county have got beyond these unprogres-sive ideas. They have learned that to put farming on a basis like other! busineess, they must unite for com - mon action and trust that other people are as honest as they are. It is that spirit that Is revolutionitng the agrt-l cultural Industry of our splendid state. , 0 BOY AND GIRL CAMPS. Parents began to real lie some years ago that their children were spending their summer vacations in a very idle way. Country children may find enough to do around their homes, but the town child has no suitable summer occupation. Many bright school teachers con- j ceived the Idea, that they could build j up a new form of activity for boys and girls, by Assembling them in camps tn re mole places where they costd learn to swim and acquire other useful arts, be under food discipline, study s litUe If their school work jratted for It, and make progress in fed! reliance Tfce stnaraer camp movement a petli f.rU to peca el wealth and euny ? Cese csr.rs Aft run in a covers Southern Grant County and to reach the farmers of Southern Grant no better medium can be used than th Fairmount Ncvs. FOWLERTON BANE Go)innie m H Tal; .A Una. Aem2 h Oxabit MONEY TALKS. What tfees It say? 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