The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana on August 29, 1921 · Page 3
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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 3

Fairmount, Indiana
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Monday, August 29, 1921
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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS It Will Pay You to Trade With These Spend Your Money Witk Peonle Who ri FalrmonaM Trade Leaders Save You Money Ladies $1.00 Silk Men's 75c Silk Children's 35c Hose for Real Wear 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 Where Do You? 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. Fairrnount Garage 219 East Washington Street Ladies 50c Mercerized Men's 15c up H0LL1NGSW0RTH SHOE CO. COME IN AND SEE our unexcelled line of Unbleached Muslin for drjsees, lunch cloths, bed spreads, etc. Our new line of beads for trimming dresses will delight you." You will want to see them. Mrs. Ella Patterson Art Store vlf TH OLDEST BANK IN SOUTHERN GRANT COUMTTfl Phone 352 B LOCAL AND PERSONAL George Gilligan of near Van Buiren was calling on friends in Fairrnount Thursday morning. Mrs. Ed Warden and Carl and Lu-cile Warden of Dupoint, Ohio, are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Ritchie. 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 Mrs. Enos Harvey and sons Eli and Kenneth of near Marion w?re guests Friday night of Mrs. Harlan Mrs. A. C. Suite and daughter Beatrice of Hartford City, since Wednesday, have been guests of the former's sister, Mrs. W. J. Lewis. Isaiah Jay's Fine Line of Rugs, Linoleums, over-stuffed Davenports, Chairs Goods at LOW PRICES Read Isaiah 31:15 Air Planes, and Nathan 2:4 Automobiles. Then come see me. j Haisley, west of Fairrnount. Property on South Factory street W. E. Dudley, of Charleston, lit, will begin a protracted meeting in The Church of Christ at Rigdon on Sunday morning August 28, to continue for two weeks with services each night. There will be no services during the day. 1 owned by the lata Mary Nottingham i has been purchased by Clinton Wins-low and will be moved this week to his farm located one mile east of j town where it will ba used as a ten- jant house. 124 South Main Street. Phone 62 CHINA If ILJ is pure and ivreuscn s ice recim wholes o me The Home of Good Coal t?oal . b?ugh nn the basis of Heat Unity. Elu? Jacket, Rex, Ajax. Beaver Fork, The Pride of Kentucky. Your business solicited, C. C. BROWN, Fairrnount WATCHES, CLOCKS L. E. MONTGOMERY "Your Jeweler" FAIRMOUNT, INDIANA JEWELRY and is good food for the sick and afflicted. For sale only by Next to P. O. Phone 144 Busing & Company CUT GLASS Ever Eat MOON EAT S HOP Where? Here? ? FLOUR Some Real Prices in Quantities See Us Before You Buy B. L. Allred Electric Shop SCHOOL DAYS ARE HERE And We Have the Supplies Our store will be headquarters for all school supplies, ink, tablets and everything your child needs for his school work. Don't forget we are also able to supply every need in the drug and medicine line. Come in. Glad to see you. P. H. O'MARA Juicy Steaks Fine Chops Best of Everything in the Line of MEATS Community Meat Market KELLY & SON BATTERY SERVICE AND- REPAIRS Phone 275 275 ph Feed, Seeds, Groceries and Produce We repair Starting Motors and Genera tors; also Ignition work. THERE IS ONLY ONE WAY TO ACCUMULATE WEALTH ACETYLENE WELDING LOCAL AND PERSONAL PjQ YY General Repair Bring It In We Will C Lr. Pemberton Miss Emma Davis has gone to In- Mr and Mrs- Ed Kimes and Mr. and dianapolis for a week's visit with i Elbert Kimes returned home friends. I from Chicago Saturday evening. There is one place in your home town where you can save whatever you can spare from your earnings.- The Fairrnount State Bank accepts any amount on deposit. 4 per cent paid on time deposits. FAIRMOUNT STATE BANK CAPITAL, SULPLUS AND PROFITS, $50,009. Ml Old Reliable Hard-ware and Stoves. LJ Everything in the Mr. and Mrs. Annias Smith entertained as quests at tb?ir country home Friday, Mrs. A. C. Suite and Dal Miss Hazel McCormick, who is in training in the Elkhart hospital is spending her vacation with fri?nds and relatives in Jonesboro, Fairrnount and Summitville. VfVf Tony M. Payne, Assistant Cashier Earl Morris, Assistant Cshier. daughter Beatrice of Hartford City, W. F. Morris, President R. A. Morris, Cashier. UUOllliV Line and Mrs. W. J. Lewis of Fairrnount. FUNDS, i Working balance at end of free in passage and then again they were scanty and contained sediment- ESTIMATE OF TUITION TO BE RAISED NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF TAX LEVIES. In the Matter of Determining- the ; 621.61 year a date of hearing' in this county. Dat?d August 26, 1921. School Town of Fairrnount J. J. McEVOY, President. OTTIS WILBERN, Sec. J. C. ALBERTSON, Trea. t8JJ!?W!a eXpeMirareS 83 Total $3621.61 BRACE UP! Do you feel old be'fors your time? Is your back bent and stiff? Do you suffer urinary disorders? Don't despairprofit by Fairrnount experiences. Fairrnount people rscommend Doan's Kidney Pills. Ask your neigh j v ; J j Less balance at end of this Working balance at end Doan's Kidney Pills gave me relief.'" After fourteen years, Mr. Fritch said: "I use Doan3 Kidney Pills whenever my back or kidneys trouble me and thev alwavs rive me re- 321.61 year " of year 6275.00 bor. Here's a Fairrnount resident's- Total $32200.00 Less estimated revenue & balance: Revenue not derived from tax' 8500.00 Balance at end of this year 7200.00 lief." ,l Price 66a, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same th-Mr. Fritch had. Foster-Millura Co., Mfrs., Buffalo, N.,Y. Tax Rates for Certain Purposes by the School Town of Fairrnount, Grant County Indiana. Before the Board of School Trustees. Notice is herebjr given the taxpayers of the school town of Fairrnount, Grant County, Indiana, that the proper legal officers of said municipality, at their regular meeting place, on the 8th day of September, 1921, will consider the following budget: S.PECIAL SCHOOL FUND. BUDTJET ESTIMATE FOR SPECI-..AL SCHOOL LEVY, SEPT. 1921 ani,tors $1800.00 3000.00 Power, hght, gas 480.00 Administration 3800.00 statement. Samuel Fritch, 504 N. Main St., says: "I wrenched my back and this brought on kidney trouble. I had Total Deductions 15700.00 Amount to be raised by taxation $3300.00 PROPOSED LEVIES , Estimated net taxable property 1921 $2,200,000.00 Net taxable property in .1920 $2,456,570.00 Fund On Polls. Proerty. Amount. Spe. School $1.00 60c $13200.00 Tuition - .25 75c 16500.00 School Eqip. .... 5c 1100.00 Bond 15c 3300.00 Rev. and Mrs. J. F. Harbison left Saturday for Winona, where they will spend a week, before taking up their evangelstic work for the fajl and winter. They will team with Rev. and Mrs. Bennett in the Bennett and Harbison Evangelistic company, their first meeting being at Harrison, 111., beginning Sept. 4. Their second meeting will be at Bismark, 111., after which they will go to Wichita, Kan. severe Dacicacnes ana pains in my Amount to be raised, by taxation $16500.00 SCHOOL EQUIPMENT FUND. (Last year County Auditor failed to put a levy of 10c in this fund on the Tax Duplicates. This accounts for a raise in the Special School Fund this loins. I had headaches and my kidneys didn't seem, to act properly. The kidney secretions were sometimes too D. J. Riggs and family spent tb week end with relatives ia Warren. 1 Office pay roll 400 on I year aa School Equipment bills had to Totals $1.25 $1.55, $34100.00 COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF TAXES 1918 1919 1920 1921 Other dates are pending and they expect to have a full schedule for the entire season. ot tne tpecaai ocnooi Laboratory Supplies . . . . t . . 500.00 j be paid out Library on no Fund.l jJanitbVs Supplies 250.00 ! Equipment of schools $600.00 Fund Levy Levy Levy Levy Printing 300.00 j Estimate of School Equipment fund , Spec Sch $5639 $8122 $12282 $13200 Insurance 18424 61500 300.00 I to be raised Tuition 3686 7927 Medical Inspection 100.00 Estimated Expenditures as n left off 1100 2456 3300 none none above . . f 5WJ.UO Soh Equip 709 419 Bond none 384 Vocational none 384 Working balance at end of Repairs & Improvements 800.00 School Furniture & Fix. . . t . 200.00 General School Supplies .... 200.00 Miscellaneous 500.00 year .561.58 LETTER LIST - Letters remaining in the postoffice for the week ending August 23, 1921, which if not called for in two weeks will be sen to the dead letter office: C. H. McDonald. E. C. Rowland Co. Mr. W. D. Sowash. W. W. Wilson. Minnie Turner. W. P. VAN ARSDALL, P. M. Total $1161.68 Totals $10034 $17236 $33162f $34100 Taxpayers appearing shall have the right to be heard thereon After the tax levies have been determined, RALPH C. COTTRELL Less balance at end of this Total Special School $12830.00 "Working Balance end of year. .370.00 year 61.68 Amount necessary to be SPECIALIST ON THE FITTING OF GLASSES 409 Marion National Dank Building raised by tax $13200.00 TUITION FUND ten. or more taxpayers feeling themselves aggrieved by such levies, may appeal to the State Board of Tax Commissioners for further and final action thereon, by filing! a petition therefor with th" County Auditor not later than the fourth Monday of September, and the State Board will fix Pav of Teachers $25875.00 Amount to bs raise! by taxation $1100.00 BOND FUND Amount necessary for interest $3000.00 Estimate of Bond Fund to be raised: Expenditures as above. $3000 .00 . - Pay of School Transfers 50.00 MARION, INDIANA Sundays by Appointmcr Did you have company last week? Main 265 will be glad to haar all about it. Better call now. Fhcnc 243 Total Tuition Fund .$25925.00

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