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THE FAIRMOUNT NEWS Mart Parker visited the state fair! Mrs. Fred Vedder and daughter EOPLE Monday. Vivian, who have spent the summer with Mrs. Vedder's father, J. W. Dale, have returned to their home; in Chica- Have An Individual Suit Don't Be a Duplicate Miss Nora Allen was in Monday to attend the state fair. I 2 for the price of 1 o over in Mr. and Mrs. Ora C. Couch and son Billie spent Sunday in Redkey. William Ochsy stopped Miss Margaret Langan spent the week-end in Marion with relatives. Fairmount one night last week while Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Wright, of Matthews, were Fairmount visitors Tuesday. Mrs. Alice Coggill, of Montezuma, is visiting Mrs. M. A. Hiatt and other friends. enroute from a motor trip through : the east to his home in Texas, for a j visit with Mr1 and Mrs. Reuben Fritz. ' Mr. Ochey was a boyhood friend of Mr. Fritz in Columbus, O. 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. Miss Audrea Jones is assisting in the Mayflower Market during. Miss Riggs' absence. Mrs. Ora Couch and son Billie were in Marion Sunday, the guests of Mrs. Ella Buchtet. We are showing a complete assortment of outing flannels, fleecing, cretonnes and batting for comforts. The price we are making on this class of merchandise will enable you to make two comforts for what one would have cost you a year ago. See our comfort size bats, extra quality, $1.00 per roll. N. C, sister, R. K. Tally, of Greensboro, is here for a visit with his Mrs. J. H. Parker. Miss Merle Carter spent last week in Kokomo visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. J Mrs. Hester Purviance attended the annual all day missionary meeting, at the Salem Second Baptist church, eight miles north of Marion, last Wednesday. Mrs. Purviance conduct-er tha singing throughout the day and favored the audience with a beautiful solo." E. Jones. There will be a meeting of the War Mothers Monday, Sept. 12, at the home of Mrs. Listenfelt. Mrs. Martha Morris of Pendleton has been visiting her son, Robert Morris and family. Ribble Bros. (OF COURSE) . TAILORS Miss Lois Rawlings of Hartford City was the guest of Miss Wanda John Howell, who suffered a stroke of paralysis several weeks ago mains in a serious condition. re- ! Mittank and Miss Marie Henley over Sunday. The Bee Hive Cash Store Big Reduction On All Leather Shoes STAR BRAND George, the six year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Porter Adkinson was taken seriously ill Saturday of last week and was rushed to the Grant county hospital where he immediately submitted to an operation for appendicitis. His condition was found to be critical, the surgeon stating that th'3 appendix was ruptured previous to the operation. Latest reports as to his condition, hoVever, were Alliance, parents, Mrs. W. D. Barnett, of Neb., is the guest of her Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. William McCormick and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Moon were in Muncie Monday to take in the Hagen-back shows. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Payne, of Winchester have been making a short visit with the former's mother, Mrs. Lydia Payne Dern. Mrs. Dern leaves today for the State Soldiers' Home at Lafayette where she will spend the winter. V Manning Smith and son Manning:, Jr., of Philadelphia, Pa., arrived Saturday for a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Hiatt. Mrs. Maria Scott received word that an 8 1-2 pound son had been born to Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Scott at Indianapolis Monday. n Dr. E. F. Jones, wif z and baby, of Hammond, came Sunday for a week's visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Jones. Miss Velma Briles has resigned her position in the Citizen's State Bank to take a position in the office at thv2 high school. Robert Lock was removed to the Miss Mildred Ellingwood has gone to Everle, la., where she will hava eharjre of the music and domestic science of tha city school. i Grant county hospital the latt?r part of last week and submitted to an operation for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith hae returned home from Boyn? City, Mich., after spending three weeks with relatives and friends. You can save money on your winter's supply of Fruits, it you buy NOW. Native Fruits Injured by Frosts and Drouth, Scarce, Inferior, High-Priced Keen, alert, close-buying women will be interested jn these facts Frost and Drouth combined have made the fruit crop in this section almost a complete failure, The latest Government forecasts for this section, indicate the smallest crop of the principal fruits ever predicted. Von Gettys of Hartford City was the gu?st of his cousins, Mrs. Louella Mittank and Mrs. Louis Henley Wednesday and Thursday. j National Paramount Week At Royal Theatre Thursday "The Wild Goose" A masterful Cosmopolitan production taken from the book by Gjuverneur Morris. Through storm and cold and danger even unto death, the wild goose clings to its mate. Like the wild goose that knows but one mate this man chose her from aM her sex as his wife and then through disgrace and treachery even unto death, he stood, fought for her, won her back, Also Paths Review. Admission 10c and 25c FridaV Wm. S. Hart Imagine Bill Hart fresh ; IU Ptff.:.-" from the lumber camp, m John retticoats landed plumb in the tangle of a ladies lingerie. Imagine Bill Hart as a detective, lover, fighter, man all through, and that's only part of the fun and appeal in this big smashing picture. Also Comedy. Admission 10c and 20c, Mrs. Amanda Hiatt, of Hartford Citv, and Mrs. Alice Thomas spent the Ira Dean, wife and son Robert, of Muncie, aftsr spending a few days with Mr. Dean's parents, 'Mr. H. Cox and wife, have returned home. the we-sk end at Russiaville, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eli Rich. Mrs. Ella Buchtel, who submitted to an operation recently for stomach trouble, is r?ported much better and is expected home this week. Rev. Mildred B. Allen recently clos;.?d a very successful revival meeting: at Milroy, Ind., under auspicies of the M. E. church. yield These conditions are so general that the prospective in the United States is less than for many years. Mrs. Gladys Wilson and dau?ht?r Mar Frances have returned to their home in Indianapolis after visiting Mrs. Idella Bojrjress and family. Lew Caskey, Emory Adams and Billie Borry returned Monday evening from Indianapolis. While there they were state fair visitors. Saturday Douglas Mac Le a n in Mrs. William Jones and children went to Indianapolis Wedn?sday to attend the State fair. Mr. Jones is treasurer of th State Fair "Chickens" Taken from the Saturdry Evening Post story "Yancona Yillies."' The story is a bright comedy dealing with a young man from the city who goes to the country to raise chickens. Also Comedy. Admission 10c and 25c. William Myers and wife, Milton Myers and wife, Mr. Jordan and Miss Grace Coder of Russiaville, wer? the quests of Geo. Powers and family Sunday. Howard Stewart, of Terre Haute, who has been visiting- his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jam?s Stewart and Mrs. H. F. Presnall, returned home Saturday morning. Rev. H. T. Arnold and family moved Friday to their new home at Mt. Etna. Rev. Arnold taknp up h;s work in the Wesleyan church at that place Sunday. News Want Ads. Bring Quick Results. Instead of depending on home-grown fruits, very scarce in quantity and inferior in quality, buy "PERFECT" Canned Fruits. They will cost you less now than later. Prices will undoubtedly be considerably higher. "PERFECT" Canned Fruits represent the choicest California vari t:es. They are packed in extra heavy syrup and the taste and flavor are exceptionally good. You can economize in many ways, by buying a winter's supply of "PERFECT" Canned Fruits now. Special Demonstration Saturday, September 10 We have arranged to make Saturday, Sept. 10, a "PERFECT DAY." We will demonstrate "PERFECT" Canned Fruits, Be sure to attend this demonstration and eat some of this delicious fruit. And while you are here don't fail to place your order for a good supply. Mrs. Lea McTurnan and son James left Tuesday to join Mr. McTurnan in S3 Mr. and Mrs. Guy Curtis, who have been spending- the summer with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lucas, have rtrm-ed to their home in Passa Grande, Mont. Indianapolis. Mrs. McTurnan and James will remain for a week's visit Leaders That Can't j Miss LMllan Dunbar substituted as clerk in the postoffiee n?ws stand last week during the absence of Miss Leonie Day who was visiting at Zicnsville and Indianapolis. Be Beat in the capital city. Mrs. Louella .Mittank- and Miss Wanda entertained at 6 o'clock dinner Wednesday, Von Gettys and Miss Esther Rawlings of Hartford City, Louis Henley, wife and Miss Marie Henley. WATCH WATCH Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith and children and Mrs. Susannah Scott wera the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. rthur Throckmorton at their country home near Fairmount. Warren W. Garrison, who has be3n attending the summer term of school at the Indiana State Normal, at r-Terre Haute, returned home Friday 8 10 Lbs. 69c evening. On Monday he went to Marion, where he will teach manual training in the Marion high school this year. Mrs. P. M. Stubbs and son Lyle, have returned to their home in f?t. Louis aftr an extended visit with Mrs. Stubbs mother, Mrs. W. F. Davis of South Mill street. Bert Brile 'The Quality Grocery" Distributor for Fairmount and Vicinity for THE SPOTS THE SPOTS 'PERFECT" Goods. Miss Mildred Ellingwood and Mrs. W. LaVay Fancher went to Chicago last week where Mrs. Fancher is spending a few days with her husband who is attending Chicago University. A surprise dinner in honor of her birthday was given Sunday for Mrs. Wm. Wells at her home in North Summitville. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. Wayn Heavilin and son Robert; Mrs. Gertrude Leer and Miss Margaret Wells, of Fairmount, and Mrs. James Hunt and children, Homer and Bessie. Summitville News. Mrs. L. E. Tignor, after a month's visit with her daughter, Mrs. L. E. Nolder, left Sunday for Toledo, O., where she will visit relatives before returning to her home at Parkersburg, W. Va. Miami Comunitty Best of Flour, Per Sack, 85 Cents And Then, Here Are a Few More Best Meal, per. sack 10c Old Reliable Coffee, per pound . 29c Tea, per pound 3c Post Toasties, large size 17c Kidney Beans, two cans for 25c Red Beans, two cans for 19c Olio, per pound 28c Two Pound can Common Sense Baking Powder. 1 .25c Peanut Butter 15c Vinegar Cider, per gallon.. 40c Salmon. lOc, 15c, 25c Large Sack of Salt . $1.25 - BANANAS, PUMPKINS, PEACHES . F A D Miss Floy Huston is home after a summer spent in chautauqua work, her trip taking her through a number of western states. Miss Huston leaves Monday for Greencastle where she will enter DePauw University, taking up a musical course which will embrace piano and pipe organ. Miss Huston also contemplates taking up other work which will depend upon the time she will have for such studies. The News is in receipt of a communication from Rev. J. Frank Harbison who states that he and Mrs. Harbison are in another meeting at Harristown. 111., and that things' are looking vgood for an interesting time. They are just west of Decatur about eight miles and he finds Hlinois a picture of prosperity. C R. Small, who has been spending the summer at Lake Junaluska, N. C, writes The News that he expects to be back to his home in Greenville, N. C by Sept. 1. He states that while up in the mountains they fared sumptuously, spiritually and intellectually and physically reveling in the Converse, Indiana SepL 13, 14, 15, 16 Good Racing Free Attractions Good Music Big Time Come On Over LETTER LIST Letters remaining in the postoffiee for the week ending September 3, 1921 which if not called for in two weeks will be sen: to the dead letter office: Geo. T. Bertrand. Miley Bowson. Burt S. Leopold. Mrs. Jim Powers. Miss Maggie Wiethoff. Miss Mattie Thayer (2) W. P. VAN ARSDALL, P. M. The M&yffloweir Phone 11 Dob Lindsay, Prop. beauties of Datura and a climate that i was ideal for even a northern Hoosier. Mr. Small was formerly of this place.