The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on August 29, 1921 · Page 2
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August 29, 1921

The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 2

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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS Pl r at ' knew when they could safely choke I lit rUlf ninilflt llPWC measures of reform, and when thW mv, lunmuuni ntlta must to public f wling and pass k. A. FRIENDS SEND CLOTHING A good time is being planned for TO PEOPLE OF RUSSIA. tall former school mates of East Thursday, August 25, was tb.3 time ' Branch, Old Liberty, Lake, Grant and appointed for the crathering of ladies l No. 5 schools. -The affair is to be in M H H M at the Friends church in the interest PuM'shed on Mondays and Thursdays A. S. ROBERTS, Editor and Publisher. Minnie McLucas Roberts, Associate. ; new laws They had a gift for pick- inr out lieutenants who could control the voting population in their own j localities. In those times most peo- pie voted the straight party tickets. ; The election was won by the party j that did the most thorough work in tba nature of a basket dinner, or picnic, and is to be held in the Frank Kirkwood grove on Labor Day, Sept. 5. All former students are urged to be present and make this a great day, bringing well filled baskets. of the American Friends Relief Board for the sufferng peopte of Russia and Poland. The meeting was well attended tan second hand clothing valued at $175 was packed and M We wish to announce to our trade that we have TELEPHONES Office: Main 265 Res, Black S82-1 getting out its own vote. just installed a new Tunpar Rto ru, : All "the boss had to do to elect his 'crate?, nd s?nt to, Philadelphia where ndidates. was to mak? sure that all j lt 11 bf rt of a ah Ti SUBSCRIPTION RATES. i Within Indiana. ! caiu1 M ment to be sent soon to the countries fit; also a complete equipment for rebuilding Batteries. This is the result of the many requests and inquiries of a large number of our customers One year $2.00 the local workers were on the job of Six months 1.25 1 securing a full vote of the party ad- H H designated. In the shipment sent out from Fairmount it is interesting to note that there were 65 complete "lv .i , w.s - - -. - . . v ! herents. Lven it there was some. (Outside Indiana.) I , ,. . . which it is stated une year 53.WJ . babv outfit of Si-c month.! UR5 extra thorough organization worki .. - ' that a thousand are needed by the Three months -SH) , was rut in. with liberal handouts for j people in the devastated countries. the Ail suDsenpuens payame str:ctiy , manufacturing- enthusiasm, re- i 4 along this line. Our customers can now avail 4 themselves of this valuable service and with real H battery experts behind us we can guarantee ab-solute satisfaction. We can furnish you with a 4 new B. and G. Battery of extra high quality if you 4 need a new one. A 2-year guarantee with each H Battery. M m advance; paper discountmued at 1 , .... , expiration of subscription time un- ?u!ar t:cket TOttU a less renewal is received prior to ex- The whole system rested on effici- Mis. Roscoe Landrum and sister, ' Iona Prickett of Converse, were the nawvu jnv viv ,v,..i. - , . ; , f- , 1,., rf l.val l.a.ir Tbps looal leaders of local leaders. " 1 i last week. ac vrtn.i--Ias5 matter sit . i n;i i I Entered ' - - . . - --- -l IM. h i! I I 1 I J4 It Hi 17 11 1 1 I I ) U I 1 1 V 111 ; Eyes Tested, Glasses Fitted by State Keoristered OPTOMETKISTS Dr. C. C. FARIS and Dr. EMIL FARIS the postoiTice at Fairmount. Ind., un-' ... . , ,n-, . , . . . o, t public jobs, or letting them nave a; der the Act of Congress of March 8,u"'"- J'-' Vl , f - . ig-o ; chance to get elected to minor omces. At the present time popular educa- M H Mrs. lola Ingles of near isummit-ville entertained at a birthday dinner Wednesday Aug. 24, Mrs. Elta Tom- E. 0. Ellis Auto Supply Co. h Tir. Arrftoripc Oil r : tion has developed, people read the TWO SPOTS. i j,-f? linson, Mrs. Dessie Roberts, Mr. and .... - ., - n(vrsnaiKr! more. While the city roiKs are going to , ' . In Hildrth and son Donald. Exclusively Optical , . , ; cult to rouna up me voters 01 an; shows, the country people are a dlarioTi iestabhshed machine. Ihe bosses have I 3uti Side Stntar !--ti-;np f-o-or-pT-aiir.jr for rivio ton. Mr. and Mrs. iNoah Ingles and . r .-. u V...c. n.;n -t Gasoline, Vulcanizing W. V. Fowler, Mgr. Phone 226 and industrial improvement. Which. pecii ar.A r;r vft; T.ric industrial improvement. Which "'- still i oe toieratea. .Many politicians will be ahead in 10 years? The people who find fau't . j win out by their gift of smooth talk . 1 . , 1 - . 1 . . 1 5 rather than by achievement, but the ! y earnestly with their home town, are . . tendencv is to select men who have itna!iv- rr; mip nnc? tn.ir. linger no 1 useful service. In consti condition will do anv work on any r"5"enierea tuencies where there are many ignor- ; I public improvemer.t movement. The country boy does not always wear as late a stvle hat as the city ant voters, bosses of the old time ' typ3 may still flourish, but they do not have the extended power they used to swing. o . but there is more filling in- fellows, side it. E. B. COUCH DENTIST F Rooms over Hahne Drug Store Office hours: 8 to 11:30 a. m.; 1 to & AUCTIONEER STOCK SALES A SPECIALTY. Call at my expense, Phone 2. on. THE OPPORTUNITY OF CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING. WASH CHEAP AND QUICK NEW CITY LAUNDRY J. L. Conrad, Agent LOCAL BREVITIES Since the prices of all kinds of j Lower Prices on Ameri can Steel and Wire Fence All No. 9 Full Gauge, 48 inch 69c Per Rod Full line of Regular Farm, Hog and Poultry Fence. Four Point Hog Barb Wire Fairmount Lumber Co. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Taylor were Marion visitors Saturday. merchandise went up, the possibilities of classified advertising for filling the needs of the ordinary family have enormously increased. When all kinds of merchandise were sold at the moderat? prices p re- Mrs. M. H. Cox who has been does not improve. C. W. DICKERSON many families prevailing, viousiy world make little effort to dispose of o!d articles of furniture and house spent S. M. DR. C. L. FENTON Dentist X-RAY Joe Lathan, of Indianapolis, Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Lathan. FRANK RELFE AUCTIONEER FARM AND STOCK SALES A SPECIALTY Phone 1921, Route 9, Marion, Indiana Call us at our expenae Rooms over Postoffice Mr. and Mrs. C J. Murphy and son Charles, of Indianapolis, spent Sun-dav with Mr. and Mrs. Will Jones. H m oars to lluiu a. m. l to & p. Miss Selma Denny, of Kentland, who has been the guest of Mrs. Mat-t:e Langsdon, returned home Friday. Mrs. Ida Heck, Mrs. Roy Heck and daughter, and Mrs. Sam Kimes were the guests of Mrs. John Dare Friday. hold us?. If they had an old rug or j chair or stove that they had no further use for. the amounts that could be realized for it were not large. Commonly they made little effort to sell it. A great many people were prejuicd against second hand articles. Since the prices on everything went cp, the demar.d for second hand stuff has tremendously increased. If a person puts an advertisement of a used rug for sale in a newspaper, he may g?t answers by the dozen. A great many people who feel unable to pay the prices asked for new stuff, are all the time looking at the newspaper ads to see who is offering som? used articles for sale. Also people frequently insert want advertisements indicating that they want this or that article. This ha made it possible for families to sell for good prices a great deal of merchandise that otherwise they would have given away or which would have been eaten up by moths in their attics. Most pec pi? have Wjfoeini youa coincne jrfAfc dorani Bert Wells and sons Clifford and Dewey of Fairland, spent a part of last week with Mr. Wells' sister, Mrs. Sallie Favors. to E'eascDim, winai is Aeae to The Home Missionary Society of , the M. E. church will meet at thr? i chrrch Thursday afternoon. A full attendance is desired. ! Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Morris, of Ma- j rion. were gvts of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Gift Sunday while enroute to Sam- mitville where they attended the j Morris family reunion. j There will be a W. C. T. U. social held Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock ut tht- home of Mrs, Will Jones on ently maintained quality first standards with certain economy for the tire buyer. They have established 92 Factory Branches all over the country. Perfecting U. S. distribution so that you get a fresh, live tire every time you buy a U. S. Tire. So when a man once decides on U. S. Tires he knows what he stuff of that kind that has substantial value. A good second hand article that has wear in it, will bring every cent it is worth, if you take pains to tell people about it. Consequently the classified advertising columns of The News have become a kind of exchange, which hundreds of people examine in each issue to see what can be bought and what can be sold. This provides ready cash for a great many articles that formerly would have been regarded as unsalable. THK next time a friend comes to you all excited about some wonderful tire bargain 7 ask him how much value he ought to get for each dollar of tire money. It's astonishing that any car owner today should not know all the tire service he 13 entitled to. Nor how to check up between the economy of par quality on one hand and big discounts, surplus stocks, discontinued lines and retreads on the other. Henley avenue. Special music has been 'arranged for this entertainment and every body is invibed to be pres- Si) 9 SilS' ent. It is requested tnat me guesis bring a penny for each year of their life, the proceeds to be used in W. C. T. U work. is getting in -service- In support of Mr. and Mrs. William Spence entertained at dinner Sunday at their home on South Penn street, the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. John Frame of Marion, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Spence and son Tony and daughter Lucile and Mr. Worth Relfe of near Fairmount, and Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Whitesides of this city. The occasion was in honor of Miss Frame's and Wrilliam Spence's birthdays also of Mr. and Mrs. William Spence's wedding anniversary. I THE -BOSS" SYSTEM. One of the most distinctive characteristics of our political life 20 years ago, was the so called 'boss" system. It does not seem to be so powerful now. At least less is heard about it. There was a time when in many states and cities, the political action of each such unit would be pretty well in the hands of a single man. These people were marvellously skillful in political leadership. They ment he gets the pledged word and reputation of the largest and most successful tire concern in the world. A sound reason for the fact For two years U. S. Tire makers have been telling the American people all about tires. They have laid open the tire business from every angle. They have always led the fight for better The U. S. CHAIN TREAD On of th few tires of which it may be said that they deliver economy year in and year out and tire after tire. tnat you see more U. S. Tires on more cars than ever this year. tires. They have consist New Fall Millinery "Tom fef a fi-eaft. A'tc (ire everx titnm jrm barm U. S. Tire." We wish to announce to the ladies of Fair-mount that we have the smartest of New Fall Styles. Wonderfully clever shapes and patterns. Snappy creations at popular prices. We cordially invite you to look over our stock. Umitedl Status J. C ALBERTSON, Fairmount, Ind. FOWLERTON GARAGE, Fowlerton, Ind. PRATTS GARAGE, Matthews, Ind. CHAS. W. DAVIS, Pt. Isabel, Ind. W. H. MARKLE, Rigdon, Ind. CLUNK & KAUFMAN Summitville, Indiana

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