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TIIE FAIRRIOUNT NEWS BOYS IN CAMP HAVE GOOD TIME CE N O FAREWELL SURPRISE GIVEN TO UVA DAY Young Fan-mount Lady Soon to Leave For Mission Field Recipient of Many Tokens of Esteem Members of the M. E. church planned and carried out a very pleasant The Oiffffe Between a Year Ago and NOW Military Life at Camp Knox Not Half Bad According to Reports From Fairmounters A letter received from Sergt. E. M. Pernod, of the 138th ambulance com pany, now in camp at Camp Knox, surprise Wednesday evening on Miss i Year Affo Now ,' Kentucky, brings the information that Ura Day, who sails for China Sep- j all of the Grant county boys, and es- tember 15, where she. will engage in t pecially the Fairmount boys, are get-! missionary work for a number of ting along all right, and "feeling just years. The company met at the M. ! fine, thank yovtf Bob Wtnslow is E. church and went in a body to the ' now company technician, and Paul borne of Miss Day where they took Winslow makes a most ornate kitchen ber completely by surprise. By way j polica. Ellis Gift has been styled the of showing their love and esteem "doll baby" of the camp, with his they presented Miss Day. with a half smile for everyone and, besides, says dozen silver tea spoons, butter knife , Pernod, Gift is some stenographer, and sugar shell. They also presented Ronald Zike, full of funny stories, is her with $20 in money. An addition-! always in an argument, the one he de- al gift of a half dozen silver knives lights most "in baing whether a Ford and forks was presented to Miss Day has ball bearings in the cam shaft, by Mr. and Mrs. Tony Payne. Dur- My office will be closed August 21st to 28th, inclusive, while attending Lyceum at the Palmer School of Chiropractic, Davenport, Iowa. This Lyceum is a post graduate course of lectures and clinic work. I am picking up new ideas and methods. I will return better prepared to serve you with the latest and best in Chiropractic from its home, where it was born and developed. 55c 10c 25c 25c 17c 15c 30c 40c $1.50 50c 30c Best Sheeting $1.10 Brown Muslin 34c. Bleached Muslin 38c Percale : 50c Dress Ginghams, Toile Du Nord 50c Apron Gingham 35c Outttng Flannel . 45c Feather Ticking 60c Table Oil Cloth 65c Overalls $2.75 Ladies Silk Hose 75c Misses' Fine Ribbed Hose 50c . Vi Fowler, acting as second cook of the ing the evening light refreshments company, didn't quite get all of the were served. Those present were boys in the hospital, but did get there Rev. C. B. Sweeney and family, A. F. himself. He is taking his nourish- Dreyer and family, M. L. Bartling ment in small medicine glasses, ac- and family, Tony Payne and family, cording to the sergeant. First Lieu- Mr. and Mrs. Will Parrill and son The above shows only a few of the many reductions in our Dry Goods Department. New merchandise coming daily. If quality counts come in and let us show you some of our Fall Merchandise. i I G. D. McAttee, D. C. Chiropractor tenant Russell Dale has been having Noel, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Huston and his troubles. Between keeping order son Glen, Mrs. Everett Parker and in the company he has been having daughter Mary, Mrs. Erne Kimes and trouble getting his "gang into a well daughter Martelle, Mrs. Mattie Langs- '. drilled outfit, but is succeeding in don, Mrs. Glen Gift and son Robert, I fine shape. Mrs. Emma Miller, Mrs. O. E. Cur-Boxing, base ball and picture shows leess, Mr. and -Mrs. C. L. Salyers, Mrs. ! every afternoon and evening afford Mont Brown, Mrs. Will Brown, Mrs. j ample pastime. The boys all have Fred Pearson, Mrs. Lou Kimes, Mrs. plenty to eat, good quarters in which Doyte Holliday, Mrs. Mittank, Miss to sleep and receive treatment that Wanda Mittank, Miss Mary Bryant, makes them feel thoroughly "at Mrs. Mattie Buchanart, Miss Lucia home." They expect to leave camp :Parrill, Mrs. Elsie Traster, Mrs. Guy next Sunday. j Green, Mrs. Mary Henley, Miss Mar- igaret Wells, Mrs. Mattie Dern, Mrs. The Bee Hive Cash Store I If Quality Counts Try STAR BRAND W. Tobin is visiting in Fow- Mrs. J. lerton. Will Jones, Mrs. Samuel Leer, Mrs. Alice Ramsey, Miss Ruth Bevington, and Mrs. J. J. Fred, of Eaton. Misses Ethel Gaddis and Mattie Thayer, of High Point, N. C, are visiting Marcus Gaddis and family. Have An Individual Suit Don't Be a Duplicate Mis Ida Lewis assisted in the Bee AMOMA CLASS GIRLS OF Hive grocery Wednesday afternoon. BAPTIST CHURCH ENTERTAINED I The Amoma Girls Class of the Bap- Vic Selby, R. W. Kircher and Lew tist church, taught by Mrs. John Bit- Mrs. Gladys Wilson and baby, Mary Frances, of Indianapolis, are the guasts of Mrs. Idella Boggess and family. Mrs. E. E. Wiliams and daughter, Dorothy of Kokomo spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kinzie and family. Look and Save Money Our Big Saturday Specials Best Yellow Spring Corn, rer can 10c Large can Dessert Peaches, per can 22c Large can Apricots, per can 25c Largecan Milk : 9c Best ready to use Pumpkin, per can 5c Flour, 24 pound sack .98c Lover's Red Kidney Beans, per can-. . 12 l-2c Good bulk Coffee... .. 14c Good package Coffee 19c Corn Flakes . 10c Large Cookies, per dozen 9c All Scrap Tobacco, 3 for 25c Fly Powder, 2 for 15c Catsup 14c Fresh Chocolate Candy, per pound 19c White Laundry Soap, 6 for 25c Brown Laundry Soap, 7 for 25c Best Imperial Tea 29c Fruits of all kinds at Low Prices " Al Underwood Grocery Just South of Band Stand Caskey are attending the North Man- tner, was entertained at the home of Chester fair today. J Miss Hazel Thompson, last Friday evening, Mrs. Mabel Cudworth has gone to . The regular business session was Indianapolis to spend a few days with held, after which the evening was her sister, Mrs. Austin Brunson. j carried out, as an old fashioned school, 'which was very unique, as planned by C. C. Hackney and family and Miss Thompson spelling and ciphering Lowell Wood joined a picnic crowd matches, reading, etc., as subjects of from Marion and spent Sunday on the day. The old dinner pail lunch Deer Creek. jwas served. Thoso enjoying this .. . splendid evening were, Mrs. John Bit- Mrs. Than Wvlie and daughter tner Til,y and Maude Corbin, Mabel There wa a time when Tailor -made clothes cost more. That is not true new. We will fit ycu. Your clothes will reflect jour individuality. American Cassimers for fall, $28.00 and $30.00. "Our responsibility is your guarantee.' The Rev. Elwood Davis is seriously ill at his home on West First street. Rev. Davis is an aged minister of the Friends church. Louise of Bloomington, are guests of and Florence Ackerman, Elsie Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Beasley and fami ly this week. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Carey and children James and Mary Helen, and Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ware near Windfall. Susan Miller, Millie Coahran, Bobbie Weyler, Leonall Reeve, Gladys Hodges, Lillian Dunbar, Gladys and Unics Ribble Bros. (OF COURSE) TAILORS ... tTrj Thrawl of Elwood, Mrs. Ed Shore Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Lundgren and ir . i w iMiu uaugiilci luainieii viia muiiii Ackerman and son Johnny Mrs. Veda Bateman and two chil- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Castledine of Chicago, are the guest of Mrs. Lund-gren's sister, Mrs. Anna Lillibridge. Jdren, Veda Thana and John Henry, of EOPLE V3SS3X Bombay, India, Mrs. Thana Wylie and daughter Louise, of Blooriington, Ind., and Miss Zola Bsasley were guests Friday of Mrs. Edgar M. Baldwin. MRS. ELLA BUCHTEL UNDERGOES OPERATION. Mrs. Ella Buchtel submitted to an operation Tuesday for stomach trouble with which she has been afflicted Mrs. Addie Winslow entertained the following guests Wednesday: Mrs. and Milton Rich, Mrs. Lowry Glass Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Winslow. KN 0V for some time. By means of a hundred the and News Want Ads. Bring Quick Results. operation more than C. W. Haugh drove Oz Wilson to Anderson Monday night to catch a train for Detroit. Mr. Wilson will motor home from Detroit an his new machine which he purchased through Mr. Haugh. C. W. Haufrh. made a trip to Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Winslow and fifty gall stones were removed and Mrs. Addie Winslow motored to War- - the valve leading to the stomach which ren and Huntington this week where was found closed was opened up. Mrs. they visited! friends and relatives. Buchtel came out of th3 operation in fine shape and is gaining daily. Her Hallie Hamilton, athletic coach at , brother, Elmer Holloway, ofJCnights-Fairmount academy last year, has town and Mrs. Ora Couch were with accepted a similar position with the her during the operation. Mrs. Lea Me.Turr.an and Miss Rena f ritch were in Marion Monday. WATCH WATCH Mrs. C. W. llaugh has gone to Peru where she :s the guest of Mrs. J. E. Mattox. Bridgeport, 111., high school. Mrs. Will Kirkpatrick entertained Wednesday the following guests: Mrs. Julia Overman, Mrs. Esther Barney, Mrs. Dean Havens, Mrs. J. W. Whit-taker and Mrs. Helen Loop, of Marion, and Mrs. Myron Weaver and children of Terre Haute. Miss Myrtle Leach was the guest The Right Thing at The Right Time The W. C. T. U. will meet Friday of Miss Addie Saturday night, afternoon with Mrs. Jessie Haisley 1 Hiss Pearl V'ofdon, of Summitville, s the guest ct Miss Rena Fritch last S,unday. Mr. and !Mrs. A. J. in orris oi Hiiwooa were in Fairmount Wednesday after on West Washington street. A cordial invitation is extended to every one. I noon. Miss Clarice Shoffner was the honor guest at a picnic party which naQ flln TSl kC?rl o 'I ha narfv mnf. Arthur Sommtrs and family motor- THE SPOTS THE SPOTS Mr. and Mrs. Claude Carey and ' Mr- nd Mrs- wm Wile of Marion, children James and Mary Helen and were Sunday guests of Mrs. Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs. James Phillins snent 1 ogue. . .rY , . VT j aic jored to Matter Park, Marion, to soend siting friends ard relatives. the day and included the following: " ; Mrs. Charles Smiley, Miss Lavena -Hr. and Mrs. S. F. Kinzie enter- F,-niley, Mrs. Mort Serlght, Miss Mary ttt'ned at dinner Sunday about thirty Seright, Mrs. Walter Downing, Miss fHends and relatives from New Wav-. Vada Downing, Miss Bess Winslow Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ware Miss Naoma Scott of Indianapolis, of Windfall. ; spent ' Monday night as the guest of Brusch of Miss Lillian Dunbar. dy. Walton, Kckomo and Elwood. land Miss Shoffner. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jonesboro, Miss Turner of Marion, Miss Harriett Meyers, John Lindsey Mr. and Mrs. John Cranfield of Rockford, O., were calling on friends and Wilson Payne are enjoying an outing at Tippecanoe Lake this week..in Fairmount Wednesday. Suagsiir 5c Ponamid Mr. and Mrs. John Cranfill stopped in Fairmount Wednesday on their way from Jackson, Mich., to their home at Rockford, O. Mr. and Mrs. Cranfill are former residents of Fairmount. 500 Doxen Extra Heavy Can Rubbers, 7c, per doz. Pint Tin Cans, doz. 50c Quart Tin Cans, doz. 60c Some More Specials That Should Interest You Four Rose Blackberries, per dozen $3.25 Bartlett Pears, per dozen $3.00 Extra Large Rolls Toilet Paper, 3 rolls for 25c Astor's Vanilla and Lemon 25c No. 3 can delicious Sweet Potatoes 20c Extra fancy Dry Peaches . 22c Prunes, per pound, 12 l-2c to 20c Real Cider Vinegar, per gallon 40c Pepper, per pound 25c Tea, per pound 35c Are You Buying Canned Fruit? Try Curs. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Garrison and daughters, Ora and Gertrude and son Everett, of Wabash, spent Sunday with Mrs. Leroy Brookshire. Miss Marcile Brookshire accompanied them home for a short visit. WITH OTHER GOODS Purchase amounting to $ 5.0 0 10 pounds or 25 pounds lor., Mrs. William Weirauch, of South Walnut street, has received word that a baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Austin Brunson at-Indianapolis at the . . .50 ...$L25 ...$1.75 ...MRO ...$3.00 ...$3.75 Purchase amounting to $10.0 ( Purchase amounting to $15.0 ( Purchase amounting to $20.0 ( Purchase amounting to $25.0 ( Purchase amounting to $30.0 ( 35 pounds for'. , 50 pounds for. , 60 pounds for. 75 pounds for. Walter W. Rush and family entertained at dinner Thursday Will A. Beasley and family and their house guests, Mrs. Veda Bateman and children, of Bombay, India, and Mrs. Thana Wylie and daughter, of Bloomington, also Mrs. Edgar M. Baldwin. j Deaconess hospital Tuesday morning. Mrs. Brunson was formerly Miss Ma-J deline Weirauch of this city. Purchase amounting to $35.0 0 85 pounds for $4.25 Purchase amounting to $10.00 100 pounds for $5.00 Purchase amounting to $15.00 110 pounds for $5.50 Purchase amounting to $?0.00 125 pounds for. ... .$6.25 Purchases may be made in any or all departments. Simply take your sales checks of purchases made on any ore day to the grocery department and get the sugar you want at 5c a pourid in any of the above amount?. (Sugar, flour tr meats not included in your purchase) We have choice Bananas at from 20c per dozen up. Extfa good Celery at 5c a bunch. Fine Apples. The best Watermelons. When in Fairmount drop in and look around. Ernest L. Baker, Jr of this city went to Indianapolis this morning, where he will be" the guest of his father E. L. Baker, Sr., and other relatives in the city the remainder of the week. ITS FLAT AGAIN All punctare and blow out trouble solved by using RID-EEZEE, with a ten year guarantee. See - Marvin Wallace For Full Particulars S10 S. Walnut Street : ; The- Mayflower on Boston Store -SI Indiana Mr. Pearson and daughters, Mrs. Ella Patterson and Mrs. Ida Heck are spending the week in Chicago. While in Chicago Mrs. Patterson will visit the art stores and add materially to Phone 1 1 Bob Lindsay, Prop. J her stock for her art store here.