The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on August 22, 1921 · Page 4
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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 4

Fairmount, Indiana
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Monday, August 22, 1921
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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS Miss Mildred Lyons assisted in Mrs. Ella Patterson's art store. 1 Miss Leora Bogue left today for j Winona Lake to attend Bibla Confer ence and Song Directors Conference. Miss Leeona Wright, of Indianapolis, sang at the Friends church Sunday morning. Miss Wright is soloist at Roberts Park M. E. ehurch at In- INDIANA FAIIIR SIX FULL DYS September 5-10 Day and Evening Features I dianapolis, and is a former Fairmount resident. Sugar 5c PomemI WITH OTHER GOODS Purchase amounting to $ 5.0 0 10 pounds Cor.. . .$ .SO Purchase amounting to $10.0 0 25 pounds !or $1.25 Purchase amounting to $15.0 0 35 pounds for. .$1.75 Purchase amounting to $20.00 50 pounds for $2 50 Purchase amountir t $25.0 0 60 pounds for. ... .$3.00 Purchase amounting to $30.0 0 75 pounds for. ...$3.73 Purchase amounting to $35.0 0 85 pounds for $4.25 Purchase amounting to $40.00 100 pounds for $5.00 Purchase amounting to $13.00 110 pounds for $5.30 Purchase amounting to $COO0 125 pounds for $6.23 Purchases my be mad in any or all departments, Simply take your sales chocks of purchases made on any one day to the grocery depart ment and get the sugar you want at 5c a pou-id in ar.y of the above amounts. (Sujrar, flour or meats not included in your purchase) NEW MANAGEMENT FOR ROYAL THEATRE J. E. Swaim of North Manchester Takes Charge Already Has Three Other Houses The Royal Theatre changed hands Saturday, Mrs. Barreut having disposed of her lease to J. E. Swaim of North Manchester, who took possession Saturday evening, expecting to open the house for the evening show. Failure of expected films to arrive, however, caused a disappointment in this. Mr. Swaim operates two motion picture houses in North Manchester and one in Silver Lake, and with the j Fairmount house adds the fourth to ! his chain of houses. Mr. Swaim ex- j pects to have the house open at least three nights a week, and possibly , more should he find that the patronage justifies. Controlling the four houses he will be able to book the latest films at all times and assures Fairmount picture lovers the best at all times. It is understood that in the near future some improvements in the house will be made. Jacob W. Davis and nephew, Verlin Winters, have returned from Minneso-to, where they were the guests of George Ice. Mr. Davis and Mr. Winters made the trip going and coming in an automobile. Cowboy and Cowgirl Champions. High Wire Performers. Passenger Airplane Flights. Johnny Jones Midway Shows. Arena Shows of Live Stock. Women's Fall Style Show by Living Models. Better Babies' Contest. Concerts by Purdue, All-Ameri can and Newsboys' Bands. Auto Show of 1922' Models. Tractor Shows. 50 Acres of Machinery. Twenty Harness Races. Auto Polo Games. Outdoor Vaudeville. Murat Temple Chanters. Mrs. Nelson and four sons, of Atlantic, Iowa, who have b?en spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Nelson, left Thursday morning for Richmond where they will visit friends before returning to their home. nfl. Qfl. Marion iLPU&tLUM Indiana Two Big Night Shows r Rene Jones and family, Fred Jones and Bob Jones motored to Morris-town Sunday where they were, guests of Paul Wolf and family. Miss Orpha Jones who has been visiting in Morris-town, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Will Lamb spent Sun- Mrs. J. O. James and children have returned home after a visit with Amboy relatives. 20Act Hippodrome (In Coliseum) Livestock parades, Purdue Band and Murat Temple Chanters, Circus and Vaudeville Aerial and Ground Acrobatics, Society Horse Show, Auto Polo. Siege of Dardanelles (Race Track Infisld) Mightiest Naval Tragedy of the World War Failure of English and French Fleets to capture Constantinople a Lavish Spectacle and Superb Fireworks Displays. viaj t ivii i viaviTrg lit. i ai iuiu Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Nelson are en-fprtainintr their dauehter. Mrs. W. D. Have An Individual Suit Don't Be a Duplicate Mrs. Dave Jones and son Fred spent Thursday in Marion. Mrs. uari rayne nas returned trom j Barnett who arrived last week from Gaston where she was the guest of New York for a couple of weeks' visit Robert Slipley and family. Miss Nellie Jenkins and son Donald vsited relatives in Rushville this week. before returning to her home in Des Moines, Iowa. Mrs. Walter Todd and family of Marion are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Gus Hartman in this city. Miss Indus Pierce and Miss Addie Leach spent S.unday with friends in Matthews. Special Six Auto Races, Sept. 10 Indiana Speedway and other speed kings in thrilling contests for dirt track championships. Take a Vacation Trip to the Indiana Fair. Special low rates on steam railroads. Thomas Grant, President Wm. M. Jones, Financial Sec'y I. Newt. Brown, Recording Sec'y. Mrs. W. II. Parrill entertained a small company Thursday evening at her home on Henley avenue. A motor trtn. refreshments. ?tc. contributed There w a time when Tailor made clothes cost more. That fes not true now. We will fit you. Tour clothes ill reflect ycur individuality. American Cassimers for fall, $28.00 and $30.00. toOur responsibility is your f iiaranttt.'' O. E. Curless and family and Mrs. Emma Curless visited relatives in Swayeee Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Blackman of , to the pleasure of the guests who were Marion, Mr. ami Mrs. S. E. Baker of j ag foilows: Mrs. Ed Winslow, Miss Muncie, will spend this week at North L;Hian Dunbar and Mrs. Icie Chamber-Webster Lakes. j lain aml son Rolland, of Detroit, Mich. ! Mrs. Elmer; Jay, who underwent an operation several weeks ago, continues to improve. When you want to go to or from the camp grounds, or anywhere else, phone W. G. Moon, he will come after you and bring you back. Fare to camp ground, 15 cents. Mrs. J . Li. Conrad anil miss Loona , Mrg MaHa Scott entertained at Day returned home Friday evening ( ainner Fridav at her home on First after a five day visit with the former's amJ Vim? 5tr.ets the following guests: son, Roy Day in Chicago 1 Mrg Icie Chamberlain and son Roland ' ! of Detroit, Mrs. Monroe Cecil, Mrs. Mrs. Clyde Ritchie, Evelyn and Nellie Buck, Miss Lillian Dunbar and Everett Ritchie heard Dr. Rader, the Ray. guck noted chemist from Chicago, at the Ribble Bros. (OF COURSE) TAILORS Mrs. Jane Abrams of Beuna Vista, is tbe guest of her sister, Mrs. Sadie Jenkinsand family. Prof and Mrs. Otto Hamilton have returned home after an outing spent at the lakes in northern Indiana'. Mrs. Sarah Haines and son Will Haines were in Marion Sunday where they attended the Shields Reunion which was held in Matter Park. Alexandria tabernacle Tuesday. FOR SALE Word has been received here that E0PLE FOR SALE Pure strain Jersey bulls and cows. Write, J. F. Tomlinson, Sleepy Hollow Farm, Logansport, Indiana. ' Miss Ladoris Fran2, daughter of Mr. Mrs. W. A. Flemmer and grand- and Mrs John FranK who reslde in sons Robert and Ronton Jay, of near the state of Mississ:ppi, passed away Mier, arrived in Fairmount Thursday TuesjaV Aug. 16. death being due to to visit the boys' mother, Mrs. Nellie tuberculosis. The Franz family form-a-v- ! erly resided in Fairmount and Miss Ladoris has many friends here who Mr. and Mrs. Claud Wood, of Chicago, are spending a couple of weeks with friends and relatives in Fair-mount and Jonesboro. ! FOR SALE Best Kentucky coal that right. Oscar can be got. Prices Loy, Fairmount, Ind. Miss Clarice Shoflfnrr, of Greens- will grieve to hear of her death. C. L. Salvers ard f:mily spent : hurjr, Missess Bess Winslow, Mary Boyd Cox, wife and daughter Uvet-ta, of Elkhart, were over Sunday guests of the former's parents, M. H. Cox and wife. Sundnv in Dunkirk, the guests of Seright and Vada Downing comprised Tony M. Payre, of the Fairmount GUAl'EirFOU SALE Call at Edgar M. Baldwin's residence, West 2nd., . rt nuu ran " -trn.-...! state bank, who several weeks ago i home of Miss Lavena Smiley. underwent a serious operation in the Grant county hospital, and who since friends. Mrs. J. J. Frvi has returned to her tome in E.-ton after a short visit with friends in Fairmount-. 1 " street. 'Mrs. Edgar Goodrich and son Wal- 1 ... ,, ton and daughter Jessie of Wabash, FOR SALE OR RENT Property on Morton street. Eri Rich. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Dale and little has been confined to his home on daughter, of St. Louis, are here for ley avenue, is now rapidly recovering, were the guests of the former's aunt, Mrs. Retta Crisco, Friday and Eyes Tested, Glasses Kitted by State Registered OlTOMETlilSTS Dr. C. C. FARIS and Dr. EMIL FARIS Exclusively Optical tuh Sr Hm:ar Clarion two or three weeks visiting the form- ( and last week was able to get down Raymond Craw has gone to Whiting ev's father, J. W. Dale and family, town a couple of times for a short town, where he will remain indefinite- Mr. Dale is a successful broker in St. .visit among his friends, who are de-"!y with his brother. Wilhur, who has .Louis, being engaged in the bond busi- lighted to know he will soon be his FOR SALE Young chickens. Phone FOR SALE Grapes, blue plums and apples. Milton T. Cox, Phone 2732 Red. e , , , . FOR SALE Parties wanting Rye for ecn living there for some time. old self again. r.ess. Mrs. Martha P. Wright and daughter Leora, of Indianapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. Webster Winslow, were dinner guests of Jesse Beguo and family Sunday. 1E5523P2I3E3.IE3ESS , j seed, see us before we ship out what Mr. and Mrs. Joe Elmore and we have. A. A. Ulery & Co. daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mc-; -.i r-., I m " " !'".' -f-. Call 201 or 20. J.UHU .., umk .u.. harness and saddle, ing the week-end with Mr. ana Mrs. i - . Charles Wood. FOR SALE Grapes. Phone Black 213-2. DR. C. L.FENTON Dentist X-RAY Rooms over Postoffice Hours 8 to 11:30 . m. 1 to 5 p. m Mr. and Mrs. John Dare entertained over Sunday guests as follows: Mrs. Elmer Condo and daughters Sue and FOR SALE Seven room cottage, elec trie lights, city water, sewer connections, barn, coal shed and four lots. Buildings in good repair. Price, $1500. 302 West 8th, St., phone 255 iC-me. of Gary, and Virgil Tetrick.and family, of Carthage. E. B. COUCH DENTIST -An electric washer. ! Mrs. Elsie Traster and son Byron, i spent a part of last week at the home FOR SALE-Phone 8G. WANTED cf Rev. J. J. Fred in Eaton. While there Mrs. Traster gave a talk to the W. F. M. S. at the church. WANTED Washing to do. Mrs. Zena Barrick, South Barclay street. AGENTS WANTED Louis Henley, wife and daughter Marie, entertained the following guests at dinner Sunday: Will Henley, wife and daughter Mrs. Vivian Thurston, of Chicago, III., Gaston Wood and wife and Mr. Mary Rooms over Hahne Drug Store Office hours: 8 to 11:30 a. m.; 1 to 5 AUCTIONEER STOCK SALES A SPECIALTY. Call at my expense, Phone 2. on. 19 Fowlerton. C. W. DICKERSON FRANK RELFE AUCTIONEER FARM AND STOCK SALES A SPECIALTY Phone 1921, Route 9, Marion, Indiana Call na at our expense INow What Do You Say? AGENTS WANTED We want a lady or gentleman agent to handle city trade in Fairmount and other vacant cities. This is a wonderful opportunity as you will be retailing the genuine J. R. Watkins Products including Watkins Cocoanut Oil Shampoo, Garda Face Powder, Fruit Drinks and over 137 other products. Write today for free sample and particulars. The J. R. Watkins Co., 67, Winona, Minn. THE SAMSt N TRACTOR, fully equipped, wilh governor, $650.00 belt pully and lenders, delivered to you for . Joseph and Helen Johnson the young children of Fred Johnson, formerly of this place are enroute from their home in California to Indiana. They will be the guests of friends and relatives in Fairmount and nearby places. C. W. Haurjh at Central Garage, Fairmount, Indiana IT mm 0 Commencing Wednesday, August 25 and closing Saturday Night, September 3, we will place on sale our entire line'of Men's $12.00, SI 1.00, $9.00, $8.00 Fine Shoes, at per pair This not only means a loss to us of dollars, but hundreds of them. We take our loss; still we smile. Come in and buy a pair dnd smile vith us. Has a Sale Like Thio Taken Place in Fairmount. Hi. See' Then in the Window at

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