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The Fairmount News from Fairmount, Indiana · Page 8

Fairmount, Indiana
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Thursday, September 1, 1921
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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS James T. Hill and family spent j last weak on the lakes in northern I Big Year Ahead In Local Schools (Continued from Page One) Indiana. Released Today September Victor Records Mrs. Henry Barbar and daughter Lena Norman attended Old Folks Day at Marion Tuesday. You The list is "especially good. Don't fail to hear "I'll Take Mrs. Wm. Weirauch and little son have gone to Indianapolis for a visit with Mrs. Austin Brunson. 1 1 CI Hazel E. Jonas, Muncie Normal, Indianapolis Teachers College. Grade III. iMarie Lyons, Indiana State Normal. Grade IV. South Building Georgia Richardson, University of Mississippi. Grade V. John Horner, Marion Normal. Paul Bundy and Mrs. Florence Bartholomew attended the .Morris reunion at Summitville Sunday. SB? 5 Two more days of the greatest shoe sale ever held in Grant County. , Choice of any man's shoe in our store. Mrs. Lena Norman arrived last Wednesday after an extended visit atj ths home of Frank Alcorn at Gifford, Grade VI. 111. j j Mrs. Florence Thos. E. Helm of Keystone, Ind.,tained Saturday Bartholomew enter-Mr. and Mrs. Sher- and sons Hubert Clar- spent Saturday and Sunday at the ; man Broyles 00 home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Barber,. Snce and Ralph, of Gaston, and Mr. Home Again, Kathleen." Also the new oriental fox trot, "San." Dance Records Na-Jo, fox trot The Benson Orchestra of Chicago. San, oriental fox trot The Benson Orchestra of Chicago. In My Tippy Canoe, waltz Hackel-Berge Orchestra. Where the Lazy Mississippi Flows, waltz Hackel-Berge Orchestra. Vamping Rose, fox trot All Star Trio and Orchestra. You're the Sweetest Girl, fox trot Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra. Popular Songs I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen Henry Burr and Peerless Quartet. When the Corn is Waving, Annie Dear Henry Burr and Peerless Quartet. Emaline Vernon Dalhart- You Made Me Forget How to Cry Henry Burr. Stand Up and Sing for Your Father, an old-time tune Billy Murray andx American Quartet. I Wonder Where My Sweet Daddy's Gone Aileen Stanley. A New Rodeheaver Record All the Way to Calvary Homer Rodeheaver. Where the Gates Swing Outward Never Asher-Rodeheaver. Red Seal Records Learn to Smile (from "The O'Brien Girl") John" McCormick. Souvenir Fritz Kreisler. Liebestraum, a Dream of Love Olga Samaroff. Rakoczy Hungarian March Toscanini and LaScala Orchestra. on Vine street. , and Mrs. Harry Davis and children, Billie and Lewis of Alexandria. Mrs. Florence Bartholomew will go to Elwood Saturday to be the over Sunday guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Davis. The Bee Hive Cash Store There will be a call?d meeting of the O. E. S., Friday evening September 2, for special work. It is urged that all members be prescrt. FOR SALE Mr. and Mrs. William Briles and I Arnold Barrick was a business vis family entertained at Sunday dinner j Fr?e burning white ash chestnut and i itor at Marion and Jonesboro Satur- j i ay. egg size anthracite coal on track ' this week. Price $14 per ton off of car. A. A. Ulrey & Co., Phone 46. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hamilton and son Rolland, of Summitvilte, and Mr. and Mts. Lemuel Dickerson and children Thelma and Harold, of Have An Individual Suit Don't Be a Duplicate j Mrs. Addii Winslow was in Jones-i boro Tuesday the guest of Mrs. Tay-! lor. THE PIONEER DRUG STORE The Rexall Store Xen H. Edwards, Manager I FOR SALE OR RENT One 10 acre; lot and one 12 1-2 acre lot. House and barn on each. Danny Thomas. ! FOR SALE BIG TYPE We havea ! Dr. Lawrence Shaughnessy, who has been recuperating his heath after ; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kelley called ' on Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Barrick Sat-i urday evening. a S2vere illness ai me nome oi nis March gilts not ! few February and registered at $20. The the rr se are ! parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Shaughnessy, returned to his home in Chica-v'edncsday. Dr. Shaughnessy has fullv recovered John Siegal and family and Mrs. Susan Vetor spent the week end with Mrs. Sarah States at Wabash. strong deep bodied kind, from litters of 8 to 10. All stock double immuned. Jos. M. Davis & Son, Fairmount, phone 2831 Black. there as a time he Tailor made clothes ccst more. That is not true We x ill tit J ca. Your clothes reflect uur individuality. American Caimers for fall. "Our repcusibilitj is your guarsrrtec." 1 Mr. ar.d Mrs. L M. Buller had as M Michigan Davis & FOR SALE Se-d wheat, Amber recleaned. J. M. on, Phone 2831 Black. MISS, KIRKPATR1CK BRIDE OF G RATTAN E. CLARK. The beautiful country home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kirkpatrick near Buller, Estelle their guests S.ursday, B. L. Misses Rose Anderson and Buller. Summitville, was the seen? of a pretty FOR SALE Best Kentucky coal that wedding Sunday afternoon, Aug. 2S,j can be got. Prices right. Oscar Kimes came over from ' Mrs. Fred Loy, Fairmount, Ind. Vn T:'Sr Pvonir- and took ' when Miss Eva Marie Kirkpatrick be-' supper with her mother, Mrs 1 W:nslcw. por.y, buggy, Call 201 or 20. Ad.iie came the bride of Grattan L,. Llark. - ot n r .-aaie r OR SALE Shetland I Preceeaing the ceremor.v. Miss . , , r i- j ..t . u, harness and saddle. Reta Trader sansr Because and I , t Ribble Bros. (OF COURSE) TAILORS PEOPLE Love You was accom-Miss Lucile Truly." She the piano by FOR RENT on 1- : .i" r. v v. i, panied . ! Heart of ) !.,,,,,,., , , - . . . Haisiev, who also played ? will be held the annual business meet- - the Rose. I :ng at winch time there will b? e'.ee ' tion of church officers. To th strains of Lohengren's Wed- j ding March, played by Miss Trader. ; FOR RENT Five room house corner Second and Walnut, three and a half blocks. ?ast of interurban station. Electric lights, gas, 'water, all modern conveniences. Prone 187 or 165. jthe bridal party winded its ways j down the stairs to an arch bedecked j j with sinilax and lattice work of green ! Rev. Wilhelm at the preaching ser-: vice to be held in thj Baptist church Friday evening at 7:o0 o'clock will take for his subject "Eternal Life. I Can we lose it?" Mrs. Mrs. ,1vc P.v.:t-.?on called on WANTED and white ribbons, lhe hall was , banked w:th f .rns, asters, verbenas , . ' i - - - t. u i , i WANTED and ivv. wrreh formeu a backrriound ? -Washing to do. Mrs. Zena Barrick, South Barclay street. Miss Pel ma spent the ukl; Mr. ad Mrs. Rufus Green. Miss Estella Buller entertained at I will offer at Public Auction at my residence, first house north of school house, Main street, Fowlerton, Ind., on Tuesday, September 6th 3 HORSES Consisting of cne 2-year old draft filly, weight about 1200 lbs., broke to work; one 9-year old brood mare, good worker in nJl 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. 907S53; one Jersey cow, 6-year old, giving three gallons milk per day; ona Holstein cow, 7-year old, giving about three gallons milk per day; one Shorthorn cow, 5-year old, giving about three gallons of milk per day; one Shorthorn cow, 5-year old, giving about fiur gallons milk per day; seven yearling heifers mostly hisj;h-grade Shorthorn breed; eight grade Shorthorn -yearling "steers, ail good ones; one high-grade yearling Shorthorn bull. 23 HOGS One 2-year old spotted Poland male; two 2-year old purebred Duroc sows, duo to farrow Oct. 1; 2 Big Type Gilts, due to farrow by day of sale; 18 head of feeding Shoats, w?ight 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 vest of C & O station, Fowlerton, Ind. 7 TONS HAY Four tens of mixod hay in barn; three tons clover hay in barn. FARM IMPLEMENTS One Johnston mower; ona sulky hay rake; one 8-dise, two-horse grain drill; one cornplanter complete; one 2-horse Evans potato planter; two good cultivators, Deere and Oliver; cne 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 manura spreader; one double set work harness; one set of buggy harness; one tank heater and other articles. t 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. for the arch. The Rev Havens proceeded the ' bridal party. Next came little Miss 1 t o'clock dinner Thursday in honor of Miss Glavs Iiv. ier is the Miss R;se Anderson of Muncie, Mr. i Evelyn Clark, who carried a basket -eek with her s:tvr at Summitvill J and Mrs. L. M. Bull sr. Bert Kelley . cf pink rose buds, containing the i rings. She was followed by Thomas FARM LOANS If you want to borrow money on your farm, see O. R. Scott. Fairmount, Ind. LOST LOST OR TAKEN From machine near Wesleyan church, two weeks ar.-o, gray and rose shawl. Return to Mrs. Harly Fritz and receive reward. I and Leonard Montgomery. Mr. snd Mrs. Arnold Barrick are ; -vsi-;rg Mrs. R:r:cks sister, Mrs.; Ass Lorean Wricht of P. K -arns, best man, and Miss Ada- Hartford S Wrw-llen Ki-i.'mai. who woro R:;l:fr r t City and George Taylor were married ;.ot orcandie anJ carr:pa a 5a:uraav nicnt. at tne nome oi me nuiet of nink roses. ar.d .ir. i nomas rveiiev ana ; icrmer s sister at essicK, r.ev. unor: ? , , . T. , , , . ., , , . j The bride and grom came last. I The bride was dressed in white Geor MISCELLANEOUS o.iuchtcr Dcra Florence, attended the j Taylor is the daughter of Mr. and P. oster reunio"! r,t Riverside park at Mrs. Elwoi Wrirrht formerly of this F iton last ve. place. gette Crpe and wore a veil of white si'k net. Her shower bobqiit was of white roses. The double ring ceremony was used. After the ceremony the bridal par-y was seated in the Unninr room, TO BIG MEETING W. G. Moon will run his auto taxi to Alexandria Sunday for all who wish to attend the Cadla-Hite tabernacle meeting there that day. WATCH WATCH where brick ice cream, angel food and t TYPEWRITERS, Clean ?d, ri-jaired. devils food cake were served. The sold. Ribbons, supplies. W rite, phone, call, Arnold's Typewriter Shop, Phone 1586. Next to Lyric Theatre downstairs. Marion. Ind., Were Making Room For Fall Goods Prices On Piesent Stcck Greatly Reduced MOW THE SPOTS THE SPOTS BUY CANNED GOODS FOR WINTER USE color scheme of pink and white was carried cut in the table decorations, Hen beautiful in asters and fern baskets. The f-llovrinsr guests wer. present: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Kirkpatrick, fa-then and mother of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Clark, father and mother of th3 srrom. Ethel Kirkpatrick, Delia Kirkpatrick, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kirkpatrick, Mrs. Tomlinson, Mr. and Mrs. William Kirkpatrick, Mrs. Floy Osborn, Mr. and Mrs. Harrold Clark and family, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Clark and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Compton and family, Mrs. Oscar Trader, Miss Reta Trader, Miss Lucile Haisley, Miss Adaline Woollen and Thomas P. Kearns. The bride is a graduate of Fair-mount academy and the Thomas Normal Training school of Detroit, Mich. Shs taught in a girls school in Washington, D. C, and was formerly an We're offering some special bargains in the line of canned goods. an4 our prices otj staple groceries are as tow, as quality of goods will warrant. Y-a not only get tfce best of prices bat the best of goods here. We will hold a ONE DAY special sale of Canned Fruits for future delivery either October or November on SATURDAY, September -10 When orders will be taken for canned fruits for delivery as stated. These goods are of the finest quality, canned right where the fruit grows, and retaining all of the original sweetness and flavor. By placing your order during this ONE DAY sale you will be able to stock up for your winter's needs at prices that cannot be duplicated now and far below prices that will maintain later on. You will save dollars by giving us your order on Saturday, September 10, and these days Dollars are worth savingIt's a necessity, in fact. Don't forget the date. Watch for further particulars next week. JUST A FEW PRICES AS A REMINDER. Salmon 1 Full Cream Cheese 30e Jar Rings, 24 for 13 Quart Mascr Jars, per dozen $1.00 Pint Mason Jars, per doxen 90c Peanut Batter 15e Bread, 2 loaves for 15c .Shredded Wheat, 2 for 25c Graham Crackers, per novnd 16c Bulk Tea, per pound ... 35c Flour ." 1.00 Fancy Celery, T 5c and 8c App'es 4 peunds for ....... 25c Fig Bars ...I - 20c New Raisins, per pound - 30c instructor of Domestic Science in the Fairmount academy. The groom is a prosperous young farmer of Madison county. They will reside on a farm near Summitville. i I Apparently proverty-stricken, save for the blushing bride at his elbow, the newly made bridegroom asked the magistrate the charges for having tied ths nuptial knot. The judge, regarding him with sympathy and compassion, said, "Two dollars and a half, friend." PHONE ORDERS GIVEN CAREFUL ATTENTION The Mayflower The swain extracted a roll that ' would have taxed the contractile ; The Quality (Grocery Bert Briles Proprietor : muscles of a mule's throat. The eyss . of the judge bulged, but he thought! quickly and added the single word,! Bob Lindsay, Prop. Phone 11 i "Each." it

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