THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS T Mrs. Edith Bevington was in Jones- j f boro Sunday. Have An Individual Suit Don't Be a Duplicate Mrs. Harry Dennkk, of Greenfield, is visiting friends and 'relatives here. A Long" Timei! Miss Emma Slacher, of Sellersburg, j is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. ; Drever. L. D. Hasting, of Ravenna, O., is the guest of his sister, Mrs. J. R. Bus- . ing and other, relatives. j There was a time when Tailor made clothes cost more. That is not true now We will fit you. Your clothes will reflect your individuality. American Cassimers for fall, $28.00 and $30.00. "Our responsibility is your guarantee." m Mrs. Estella Hueston and daughter Dolly attended the Holloway reunion held in Blackford county Sunday. It will be a long time before you get the opportunity to buy as good a shoe for $5.00 as we are offering you for that price. Get busy and get a pair before they are all gone. THE TRUE STORY OF ASPIRIN ASPIRIN is a useful chemical, being prescribed constantly by skilled physicians for treatment of rheumatic affections, neuralgia, colds and certain types of fever. ASPIRIN U, D. Co. Tablets are made by the United Drug Co,, Boston, whose agents are theJRexall Stores everywhere. The chemical used is always of the very highest grade and the tablets may, therefore, be depended upon with confidence to yield the maximum of beneficial results that may be expected from the use of Aspirin. Fraudulently made Aspirin Tablets were put on the market by a Brooklyn concern. This has been exploited by one concern for the purpose of discrediting all tablets of Aspirin made by others. The public should know that we, as reputable druggists, have never handled any but Aspirin of the highest grade. The Aspirin patent expired in 1917 and any one can now make Aspirin and sell it under that name. Our customers may depend upon it that Aspirin U. D. Co. sold at Rexall Stores only is everything that the most careful, most discriminating and skillful physician could demand. THE PIONEER DRUG STORE I Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Ratliff, Mr. and Mrs. Phin Ratliff and John Macy, of j Hopewell, attended a family reunion at the home of Joel Ratliff near Sway- zee Sunday. Ribble Bros. (OP COURSE) TAILORS Miss Gail Day, who was here to make a short visit with her sister, Miss Uva Day, prior to her departure for the Orient, has returned to Akron, ! Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roberts are in Gaston for the week. The Bee Hive Cash Store f j Boyd Cox, wiie and daughter Uvot-i ta, returned to their home at Elkhart Saturay after spending a week with Bessie Whybrew, living near Fair mount, has returned from a week's visit in Matthews. the former's parents, M. H. Cox and wife. Mrs. Charles Goodacre has gone to Talbot where she is the guest of her son Cecil Goodacre. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Morris entertained the former's moth?r, brother and sister S.unday as follows: Mrs. Martha Morris, Will Morris and family, of Pendleton, and Mrs. Elizabeth Lantz and children. uy Cement Now The Rexall Store Xen H. Edwards, Manager Miss Mary Ratliff has bean visiting in Converse, the guest of Misses Lizzie Arnold and Anna Yoars. Mrs. Paul Taylor and children of Miss Mary Carter, Miss Ruth Car-Warran, are visiting R. P. Lindsey ter and Marvin Carter of Warren are Edward McGraw and family of near Point Isabel spent Wednesday evening with fr-i.tids in Fairmount. Portland Cement in Paper and family and other relatives. guests of R. P Lindsey and family. Fr.xt Zike and family of Montpe- I lier were the over Sunday guests of j i Mr. and Mrs. John Ball, of Elwood, j Mr. and Mrs. Barklay Lancaster , are visiting Mrs. Wesley Clark and ( of Carmel visited Fairmount friends family. j over the week-end. Frank Zike and family and other The Women's Home Missionary society of the M. E. church will hold its regular monthly meeting in the Epworth League room at the church Thursday afternoon at 2:30. This will bo dues paying time, and all members are urged to be present. H?len and Jo. Johnson arrived Friday from Yarbo Lindo, Cal., to spend the winter with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Webster Winslow. While here they will taka up their studies in the public school. 2o Miss Nellie Driggs, who was here to make a visit with Miss Uva Day, has returned to her home in 5 t PER BARREL Miss May Kemmer came home Saturday from Auburn for a short stay with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kemmer. Fairmount Lumber Co. Universal Week August 29th to September 3rd The Royal Theatre Fairmount Mr. and Mir. H. R Wright, of Matthews, and Mr. and Mrs. Rlph Wnght of Laurel were Sanj.i,- j-uests of Mr. and Mrs. Ora Couch. Miss Frances Jones, who has been touring the East arrived homo Satur-, day night. Miss Jones stopped "over j at LaPorte where her sisters, Lucile 1 and Pauline, and her brother, Fred, were the guests of Dr. Ben Jones and family. Fivd Jones submitted to an operation for the removal of his tonsils Friday morning, the operation being performed by Dr. Ben Jones and he is getting along in fine shape. Misses Lucile and Par'ine accompanied their sist?r home to Fairmount. Mr. ard !r. Charles York spent i Mrs. Hugh Dee Pope, who has been Sunday in Fort Wayne. . visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zike. returned to her home at Misses 1 FUcgs and Irene John Conrad and Miss Leonie Day attended the Conrad reunion at Zions-ville Sunday. Miss Day remained for a brief visit. Manitau Lake Friday afternoon. Sh? who will make a short visit with her. . . ,, , , , was accompanied bv her brothers evcn-.nsr to Mrs. Ella Buchtel at ... . . was accompanied by her brothers, i' e Grant c r ty hospital. E. O. Hedrkk and" Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McClintick Mr. an Mrs. Arch McEvoy, after spending the ve?k with Mrs. J. J. McEvoy, returned to Marion where she is visiting her mother. d iuchtovs G'r.;'ys f.r.d Ruth and son : of Indianapolis, who have been visit-E'.ir.iT are Vre frc-r.1 Pittsburgh, Pa., i ing relatives here and attending the f;r a visit w.th t: e former's nephew. Wesl cyan camp meeting, returned R. P. Lind?ty ar,.i family. j home Friday. Friday Tuesday Miss Gene Tressler of Boston, Mass., was in Fairmount Monday in the interest of Home and Foreign Missionary work. The Snday school class taught by ! Mrs. Glen McAtee of the M. E. : church were entertained at the home ' of Louis Henley and wife Friday night. Thos assisting Mrs. Henley, Were Mrs. James Watt, Mrs. John Rush, Mrs. Ida Osborn The follow- j inr persons were present: Mr. and j Mrs. John Marine, Mr. and Mrs. j Frank White, Rev. Sweeney and wife, j James Watt and wife, Mrs. Frank ; ! Plank and daughters Barbara and 1 Thursday Saturday Paul Stewart, chemist for the Service Oil company is enjoying a two weeks' vacation which he is spending with his parents in Elwood. Three Day Special Sale NEXT week: Thursday, Friday and Saturday Next Week is Paramount Week Maxine. Mrs. Edith Bevington, Mrs. ! Omelvena, Mrs. Osborn and daugh- I ter Edna, Mrs. Ed Bilbe? of Warren. I Misses Lydia Fuller, Mary Fuller, Haiel Rush. Marie Henley, John Rush, Lewis Caskey returned Sunday from Salem whers he was acting as starter of the harness races held there in connection with the county and wife. Refreshments were served. l fair. The annual Harvey reunion was IPtuilbli held Friday on the campus of the Twenty per cent discount on all Royal Society goods. One lot $2.50 Parisiana Corsets, front lace, at $1.98. Corsets fitted without extra charge. This sale will be limited to three day. Come in early. Fairmount academy. The me?ting j was lare-ely attended and was a most enjoyable one. I will offer at Public Auction at my residence, first house north of school house, Main street, Fowlerton, Ind., on Tuesday, September 6th The Phi Delta Kapas held an en joyable dance in Telbax hall Thurs FOR SALK day evening There was a nice com pany present, among the number several couples from Marion. FOR SALE Best Kentucky coal that can be got. Prices right. Oscar Ley, Fairmount, Ind. MRS. ELLA PATTERSON 1 ART STORE Among the real estate transfers published this week is the following: FOR SALE An electric washer. Phone 86. Henry Kepler to Jacob C. Kepler. Und. 1-2 lot 2, Wm. C. Winston's 1st add. out lots Fairmount, $300. LOST 3 r LOST Lavellier and chain Saturday night. Finder return to The News Office. r Mrs. Frank Coahran and children of Crawfordsville are making a pro tracted stay in Fairmount on account of the illness of her mother, Mrs. William G. Lam of North Main street. LOST An Eversharp pencil, gold finish and engraved. On black gross-grain ribbon Reward at Bee Hire Cash Store. WANTED Mr. and Mrs. William L. Henley have left for St. Petersburg, Fla., to be eons for eipht or nine months. ! WANTED To buy old paper and 3 HORSES Consisting of one 2-year old draft filly, weight about 1200 lbs., broke to work; one 9-year old brood mare, good worker in all harness; one 5-year old gelding, general purpose, good worker in all harness. 21 CATTLE One 2-year old registered Shorthorn bull, name, Max-walton, No. 907855; one Jersey cow, 6-year old, giving three gallons milk per day; one Holstein cow, 7-year old, giving about three gallons milk pes day; one Shorthorn cow, 5-year old, giving about three gallons of milk per day; one Shorthorn cow, 5-year old, giving about four gallons milk per day; seven yearling heifers mostly high-grade horthorn breed; eight grade Shorthorn yearling steers, all good cnes; one high-grade yearling Shorthorn bull. 23 HOGS One 2-year old spotted Poland male; two 2-year old purebred Duroc sows, due to farrow Oct. 1; 2 Big Type Gilts, due to farrow by day of sale; 18 head of feeding Shoats, weight 100 to 125 lbs. 13 SHEEP 12 Ewes, from one to six years old; one buck Lamb. CORN 500 bushels of good yellow corn; 18 acre corn in fields, just west of C & O station, Fowlerton, Ind. 7 TONS HAY Four tons of mixed hay in barn; three tons clover hay in barn. FARM IMPLEMENTS One Johnston mower; one sulky hay rake; one 8-disc, two-horse grain drill; one corn planter complete; one 2-horse Evans potato planter; two good cultivators, Deere and Oliver; one riding Oliver No. 11 breaking plow; one steel frame spike tooth harrow; one Osborn disc? and tandem; one farm wagon; one good rubber tired buggy; one Durham bearing land roller; one Twentieth Century manure spreader; one double set work harness; one set of buggy harness; one tank heater and other articles. TERMS Made known day of sale. Lunch by Ladies Missionary Society of M. P. church. CHAS. E. LEACH, Prop. FRANK RELFE'and CLAYTON DICKERSON, .Auctioneers. EARL ALLEN, Clerk. rags. Deliver to junk yard or call Phone 187. Lee Halperin. Mr. Henley has entered into a contract for the erection of a number of large apartment houses there this winter. Sugar Sc Pound WITH OTHER GOODS " Purctae amounting to S 5.8 0 10 pounds Tor.. . .50 Purchase atnonrting to $ 10.0 0 25 pounds for $1.23 Purchase atnoanting to $15.0 0 35 pounds for $t.T5 Pnra-e amounting to $20.00 50 pounds for. . . . .$2 50 Purchase a mount in? to $25.0 0 60 pounds for $3.00 PurrJiase amounting to $30.0 0 T5 pounds for. ...$3.75 Purchase amoanting to $35.00 83 pounds for..... $4.25 Purthss amount in to $40.40 100 pounds for .$5.C0 Purchase amounting to $45.00 110 pounds f or . . . . . $3.50 Purchase amoenUng to $T0 125 pounds for ..$6.25 Purchases my be made in any or all departments, Simply take your sales checks of purchases made on any one day to the grocery department and get the sugar ym want st 5c pou-id in any of the above amounts. (5ug?.r, flour r meats not included in your purchase WANTED Washing to do. Mrs. Zena Barrick, South Barclay street. AGENTS WANTED Elmo and Velma, young daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sommers submitted to operations Thursday for adenoids and the removal of their tonsils. 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 retail Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hueston and daughter Dolly, of North Main street entertained at Sunday dinner for the former's sister, Mrs. Edith Repsher ing the genuine J. R. Watkins Pro- j ducts including Watkins Cocoanutj Oil Shampoo, Garda Face Powder,' TU jvww Vra-. Marion Fruit Drinks and over 137 other; and daughter Flora, of Elkhart, Mr. and Mrs. Wyatt McGormick and lOJUJijlLvlMil iJHUUUKG Indiana products. Write today for free sample and particulars. The J. R. Watkins Co., 67, Winona, Minn. ! daughter Shirly and Kenneth Hues-i ton. Afternoon callers were Mr. and JjMrs. Deter Hueston.
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