The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on August 22, 1921 · Page 3
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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 3

Fairmount, Indiana
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Monday, August 22, 1921
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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS It Will Pay You to Trade With These Fair moiuunt's Trade Leaders Spend Your Money With People Who Save You Money ESSE-MT ssas mm Ladies $1.00 Silk Men's 75c Silk Children's 35c Hose for Real Wear Where Do You? Mjsssm: V HOSIERY? I SHOULD SAY! Real Merchandise This Bank will give you service in business. The November County Tax Receipts are now in our bank so our customers can pay them now. 4 Interest Paid on Time Deposits 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 v - v Ladies 5Cc Mercerized Men's 15c up HOLLINGSWORTH SHOE CO. CORSETS I have just added a full line of BON TON CORSETS to my stock and also continue the complete line of PARISIANA CORSETS. Come in and be fitted with a Corbet that will be a pleasure to wear. Mrs. Ella Patterson Art Store ' Established j-i S93 i. thi clbsst rank in nururoM neiwr rnoMrr? LOCAL AND PERSONAL Mill street continues in the lead as Mrs. W. C. Lamm, who has been far as buildinjr improvement is con- : visiting irtemis m Amwy, nas return ed home. cerned. Dr. D. M. Woollen is adding' a fine roomy porch to hir, pre oerty at ; 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 1 Joe Scott of Indianapolis was the I puest of Mrs. Nellie Buck and Miss ' Lillian Dunbar Tuesday night. First and Mill ;?trtet, which is rapid ly nearing compteti m feoio.h Jay During August is making Rugs and Wall Paper at one-half the price they were during 1920. Low Prices on all Furniture Thursday, Mrs. Cora Powell and daughter Annette, entertained out-of-town guests returning fr-om a motor trip through Michigan, to their home at Lafayett?, as follows: Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Coffell, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wenrer, Misses Edith Wenner, Hazel and Helen Runkle. Mrs. Edith Bevington has returned from Lawton, Mich., where she was the guest of her daughters, Mrs. June Ramsey and Mrs. Edward Guinnup Mrs. Bevington aiso made the acquaintance of her two new grandsons born recently to Mrs. Ramsey, and ', Mrs. Guinnup. Phone t2 124 South Main Street. s pure ana The Home of Good Coal bought basis of Kreusch's Ice Cream whole some WATCHES. CLOCKS CHINA L. E. MONTGOMERY "Your Jeweler" and is good food for the sick and afflicted. For sale only by Heat Unity, llu Jacket, Rex, Ajax, Beaver Fork, The Pride of Kentucky. Your business solicited, C. C. BROWN, Fairmount FAIRMOUNT, INDIANA Next to P. O. Phone 144 Busing & Company JEWELRY CUT GLASS Ever Eat Fall Fertilizer Where? Here? , PRICES LOWER. Get our Prices before you buy. Order early. B. L. Allred Electric Shop BATTERY SERVICE AND REPAIRS FarmersProtect Your Stock ANTI-FLY XV. 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 Juicy Steaks Fine Chops Best of Everything in the Line of MEATS Community Meat Market KELLY & SON Phone 275 Phone 275 We repair Starting Motors and Generators; also Ignition work. THERE IS ONLY ONE WAY TO ACCUMULATE WEALTH ACETYLENE WELDING LOCAL AND PERSONAL FIX IT General Repair Shop Bring It In We Will C L. Petnberton Miss Annabel!? Povv-H of Converse, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McClintiek, of arrived Friday !)? ; shirr visit with'; Indianapolis, are guesfs of Rev. G V. Mrs. Porter A-l-;a J Zike and family. There is one place in your home town where you can save 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, $50,000. Old Reliable Hard- eware and Stoves. Everything in the Line Dal Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bertaux and their J Mrs. H. B. Lewis went to Fairmount house p:u3?t, Mrs. Frank Botte, of i Monday to see her young: prandson, Maumee, O., spent Sunday in Upland j Richard Lee Horner, who was born to where they were puests of Mr. and j Mr. and Mrs. John Horner on Aug. 11. Mrs. Chester Hunt. Amboy Independent. Tony M. Payne, Assistant Cashier Earl Morris, Assistant Cshier. W. F. Morris, President R. A. Morris, Cashier. olden rites of the church, the younR couple marrying themselves. on The Lowering of Tax?s and The Thirteenth Amendment w-hieh will be voted on September 6. Mrs. Gibson I LITTLE RIDGE NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Glen A. Harrold entertained the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Jones. Little Ridge prayer meeting was bald Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Moon, Mrs. Aunt Mary Elliott has improved ! BACK CREEK was entertained at the home of Mrs. W. W. Ware. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ratliff and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Stookey and son Glen Allen, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Harvey and sort M"yron and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. 'A III 4 (Too Late for Thursday) Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wright and children, who have been visiting the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Wright, returned to Oskaloosa, Iowa, last Monday where Mr. Harvey is engaged as teacher for the coming year. Miss Ruth Seale, of Fairmount, is J. W. Caldwell leader. Rev. Mrs. Nellie Davis occupied, very much in the past week. The Grant county W. C. T. U. executives met at the home of Mrs. Delia Kirkpatrick Wednesday, includ Mrs. Nellie Buck and Miss Lillian Dunbar, entertained in their home as guests at dinner Thursday, Mrs. Ici Chamberlain and son Roland, of Detroit, Mich., Naoma and Joseph Scott of Indianapolis, Ora Elkins of Jonesboro, Mr. James Lewis, Benjamia, Margaret and Isabelle Lewis, Mrs. Monroe Cecil and Mrs. Maria Scott of Whitely attended the annual picnic i of the Pure Swine Breeders associ-i (Too Late for Thursday) ! Marcus Winslow motored with 5 Emery Adams t St. Joseph, M1ch.,j Friday to spend a few days vacation, ? Wednesday evening prayer meeting j was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ing the county officers, county super- intendents and local presidents. The! session lasted all day. A pot-luck j ..... a this irv the pulpit of Little Ridge church last Sabbath. Miss Hilda Harvey went to Newcastle Thursday to attend the wedding of Miss Mama Johnson and Thomas R. Barr, who were married in the Friends church Thursday, the marriage service being according to the aA-aaM.i ation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lin Wilson last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Harvey visited thir daughter, Mrs. Paul Krider, at Fort Wayne from Saturday to dinner was served at the noon hour. The purpose of the meeting was to make arrangements for the county fall visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. RatlifF. MVs. Dc?nny Winslow and Arthur Wlnslow visited the former's daughter, Mrs. Marian Jefferies at Newcastle last Monday. Mrs. Winslow William Kirk pa trick. Jeanette Edwards spent the weekend with Gladys Taggart of Radley. It always pays to adve; fa xfc ; Fairmount Ntws. convention which is to be held at the The W. C T. U. women met with; remained over for trie week. Second Friends church in South Marion Sept. 21 and 22. The forenoon Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ratliff, who have been attending the Yearly Meeting at Richmond, returned home Monday evening. great success at Odie Kterstead's sale Monday, making a profit of nearly twenty dollars on their lunch. Ronald Shaw of Marion Normal tpent Wednesday night with Paul Barkdull. k Alt TVmaree is staying with her Howard ' Marshall, of Oskaloosa, Iowa, is being entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ratliff Mrs. Hiram Harvey, Mrs. W. W. Ware and Mrs. J. B. Whitely attended the county W. C T. U. Executive which was held at the home of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Whitely, who program was a devotion and praise1 service. Mrs. Veda Bateman of India, who now resides at Jonesboro, will give a missionary lecture at Back Creek church Sunday evening. She has given one lecture there, hut it was such have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mart Trader and Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon 0 ncle Mr. Virgil Riatt and family ol William Kirkpatrick Wednesday. a spk?ndid talk they want her to re Class No. 5 of the Little Rid re Sun John Edwards spent Saturday night ?...r mt) Pant Kewcom of turn with another message day-school taught by Miss Margaret Moon held a picnic at Matter Park at Marion Thursday. Wright at Rockford, O., and Mrs. Louisa Brady at Riley, O and relatives near Liberty, Ind., and also attended the Yearly Meeting at Richmond, returned home last Monday nlsht. Mr. and Ura. W. R. Harvey have been recent gveats at the home cf Mr. 3rs. Paul Krider at Pott TJayn t&i tlr. and Erf. tlirt , Tri,' r at vUhaw4ai W RALPH C COTTOELL SPECIALIST ON THE FITTING 'OF GLASSZS : OArzz: .... Edna Minntek, Harold Southern and George Caul of Anderson spent Saturday night and Sunday with Grant BarkS and famfiy. Wednesday evening the Little Ridge ITarion. Mrs. Frank Gift of Dunkirk spent the week-end with her daughter. Mrs. CIrs. Peart "Well of Tort Wayne, rent a' tew txy with her parents, Breeder association veocrsKf e4 at V the LiUi tiise etasdi. Ta Zfrs. iTatti Cbaoiu at JzstZxT anJ TTer yea act-tMsw yesterday t 6-1 HilA ZZ5 tl U3 Cta tUrt It. 1 Albert fJOtrt of DscjMDk tps:

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